Recruiters Introduction: Bangladesh is the oldest, largest and one of the oldest traditional higher education and research institutions in the subcontinent. The Dhaka University Act, passed by the Indian Legislative Assembly in 1920, commenced its activities as a residential university on 1 July 1921. The university was established on about 600 acres of land in the Ramna area of Dhaka. A large part of its primary infrastructure was built on the faculty of Dhaka College and the college building (now Curzon Hall). The institute started its educational activities with 3 faculties (arts, sciences and law), 12 departments, 60 teachers, 646 students and 3 residential halls. Under the Faculty of Arts there were 6 departments: Sanskrit and Bengali, English, Education, History, Arabic and Islamic Studies, Persian and Urdu, Philosophy and Political Economy; Under the faculties of science were physics, chemistry and mathematics; The only law department was under the Faculty of Law. Out of 648 students of 3 faculties, 36 were admitted as Dhaka (Shahidullah) Hall, 313 as Jagannath Hall and 18 as Salimullah Muslim Hall as residential and non-residential students.
As of 2011, the university has 13 faculties, 60 departments (3 proposed), 6 institutes, 39 bureaus and research centers, 1650 teachers, 33,103 students, 19 residential halls (2 under construction), 3 hostels and 248 trust funds. There are. About two-thirds of current teachers graduate from various universities in Europe, America, Asia and Australia; Many have gained international fame for their special contributions to education. Prominent economist of Bangladesh and founder of Grameen Bank, a student of this university. Mohammad Yunus was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006. Many teachers of Dhaka University are currently holding important positions in various reputed universities and educational institutions of the world. In the early years, the students and teachers of Dhaka University worked hard to maintain the high standard of education, as a result of which the institution became known as the ‘Oxford of the East’.
➧ Job Circular Publisher: Dhaka University Job Circular
➧ Job Type: BD Govt Job
➧ Job Post Name: Post name has well described in attached image.
➧ Number of Vacancies: See the job circular image attached below.
➧ Qualifications: See the job circular image below.
➧ Required Experience: See the job circular image below.
➧ Age Limit: As mentioned below.
➧ Job Source: Online newspaper & Bangladeshi national daily.
➧ Salary: As mentioned below.
➧ Job Location: Anywhere in Bangladesh.
➧ Application Procedure: Follow the below circular image.
✪ Job Published On: 19 March 2020
✪ Application Deadline: 16 and 24 March and 5 and 6 April 2020
*** Applicant must enclose his/her photograph with CV ***
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