National Curriculum and Textbook Board Jobs Circular

National Curriculum and Textbook Board commonly known as NCTB, is the apex body for developing and revising national curriculum for Pre-primary, Primary, Secondary and Higher secondary level as well as developing and refining textbooks and others teaching learning materials based on the national curriculum. NCTB is also printing and distributing Pre-primary, Primary, Secondary, Ebtedayee, Dakhil and Dakhil Vocational level textbook for the students according to the demand of ministry of Education free of cost. According to the number of publishing textbooks, it is the largest publishing house in the world. It is the largest autonomous body under the Ministry of Education. Recently National Curriculum and Textbook Board has published an appointment circular for following positions. The circular has published 08th march and application last date is 31th march. Job circular details are given below –
Post Name: Computer Operator, Office Assistant, Store Guard & Others
Organization Name: National Curriculum and Textbook Board
Number of job vacancies: 50
Type of Jobs: Full Time
Job category: government Jobs
Job Level: Entry / Mid / Top Level
Job description / Responsibilities: N/A
Educational Requirements: graduate / HSC / Diploma / SSC /Eight pass
Experience Requirements: N/A
Additional Job Requirements: see circular
Other Benefits: As per government policy
Salary: see circular
Jobs Location: Dhaka
Age limit for jobs: maximum 30/32 years
Job Posting Date: 08 Mar, 2016
Jobs Deadline: 31 Mar, 2016
Address: 69-70, Motijheel C/A Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh.
Email Address: info@nctb.gov.bd
Website Address: http://www.nctb.gov.bd/
Jobs Source: Daily Observer

eBook Source: Bangla Books PDF

National Curriculum and Textbook Board

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