DYD Department of Youth Development is a government department of Bangladesh responsible for the development of the youth population. DYD Published A job Circular For Bangladeshi citizens.
Jubo Unnoyon Adhidoptor Job Circular Notice On the official website of the Department of Youth Development. Department of Youth Development Job Circular Given a chance to Bangladeshi Job seeker For greate future.
The Department of Youth Development will appoint various positions. The vacant posts in the revenue sector will be temporarily assigned to five people. For this, notice has been issued to various national dailies. Interested applicants can apply in these positions depending on their qualifications.
DYD Job Circular. Jubo Unnoyon Adhidoptor Job Circular-
Eligibility to apply
At least undergraduate pass candidates can apply in the Department of Commerce from any recognized university. The candidate must be a citizen of Bangladesh.
As of general candidates should be between 30 and 18 years. In the case of Liberation War quota holders and persons with disabilities, the age should be between 18 and 32 years.
The notice states that candidates can apply by filling the online application form from the Department of Youth Development www.dyd.gov.bd. Detailed instructions for completing the form can be found on the www.test103.teletalk.com.bd/dyd/ form Teletalk Weblink.
Apply for filling the application form by clicking on the prescribed button to enter the cashier’s position. At the time of completing the form, a scanned copy of 5×5 cm size photographs, signatures and 100 TK. The Treasury invoice must be uploaded. Prior to the application, a soft copy of the JPG, JPEG or PNG format of 300×300 pixels (maximum 100 KB) and 180×70 pixels (maximum 60 KB) of the same format should be prepared.
Once the application process is successfully completed, an SMS will be sent to the candidate’s mobile phone with an application ID and password. For the examination fee, Tk 100 will have to be deposited by the Treasury invoice in favor of ‘Director General Youth Development Department, Dhaka.
Candidates from the districts who are able to apply
According to the notification, the post of Cashier of Directorate of Youth Development, Dhaka, Gazipur, Munshiganj, Chandpur, Lakshmipur, Sylhet, Moulvibazar, Manikganj, Narsingdi, Rajbari, Jamalpur, Kishorganj, Chittagong, Chittagong, Neem Sunamganj, Habiganj, Pabna, Bogra, Sirajganj, Rajbari, Naogaon, Chapainawabganj, Joypurhat, Dinajpur Pur, Gaibandha, Rangpur, Nilphamari, Kurigram, Nilphamari, Khulna, Satkhira, Jhenidah, Jessore, Meherpur, Chuadanga, Bhola district, candidates can apply. However, freedom fighters from all districts can apply for quotas, orphanage residents and physically challenged candidates.
According to the National Salary Sequence-2015, employers in this grade of 6 posts will get salaries ranging from 8000 Tk. You will also get other benefits.
The notice states that final recruitment will be made through a written and oral examination. The written test will have to be downloaded from the website. Candidates who pass the written test must submit all the academic certificates, nationality certificates, civic certificates issued by the local public representative, all certificates, including certificates. The date of the written and oral examination will be communicated by notification and on the website of the institution.
The findings revealed that the appointment of the cashier was asked the basic issues in the examination. Questions can come from Bengali, English, mathematics and common sense. In order to do well in Bengal, the grammar book of the ninth-tenth board has to be exported. In addition, to read about the life and work of literary and literary writers, you should read the BCS Bangla book of reliable publications in the market. There should be more emphasis on the grammar part of English. And for common sense, there may be questions from national and international issues. Emphasis should be placed on recent events. Must-read daily magazines and general knowledge books.
Details can be found on the Youth Development Department’s website at www.dyd.gov.bd.