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BCSIR 179 Posts Govt Job Circular 2017

BCSIR 179 Posts Govt Job Circular 2017

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BCSIR 179 Posts Govt Job Circular 2017 published on 9th January 2017.

Available Post: Total 179 posts

Posts:

-Junior Mechanic- 02 Posts

-Technician- 03 Posts

-Junior Technician- 22 Posts

-Stenotypist- 01 Posts

-Typist/ Technical Typist- 41 Posts

-Telephone Operator- 03 Posts

-Security Guard- 18 Posts

-Office Helper (MLSS)- 27 Posts

-Plumbing Helper- 03 Posts

-Electric Helper- 04 Posts

-Gardener- 06 Posts

-Lab Attendant/ PP Attendant/ Helper- 49 Posts

Eligibility Criteria: See the advertisement

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Salary & Remuneration: As per govt. scale, see the advertisement

BCSIR 179 Posts Govt Job Circular 2017

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Application Procedure: Applicants have to apply as per circular instruction.

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Application Deadline: On or before 16 February 2016.

Modernization of Pilot Plant Unit to Commercialize the most viable R&D Products of BCSIR. Food, Feeds, Food supplements, Food additives, Medicine are the main concern. Instrumentation & Calibration Service Laboratory ICSL for Chemical Metrology under Better Quality Infrastructure BEST Programme. Monitoring the water quality over a year by characterization of microbial community and measurement of physicochemical parameters of Hathirjheel Lake. Production of dissolving pulp and value added chemicals from jute stick.
Development of slow release nano fertilizer. Development of a Highly Nutritive Supplementary Food for Pregnant and Lactating Mother (2nd Phase). Future prospect, availability and biochemical composition of Chepa sutki/ Shidal; A potential food item in the near future of Bangladesh. Fluorescence ZnS nanoparticles doped with transitional metal for enhancing solar energy capture. Enhancement of laboratory facilities and research on diabetic footwear and foot care.

Development of Technology for the production of Low Cost Solar Power (January, 2012 to June, 2015), Project Director: Muhammad Shahriar Basher, SSO, IFRD, BCSIR, Dhaka, Estimated Cost-1894.26 lakh. Objectives: To develop technology for low cost solar power. To strengthen the facilities of analyze the qualities of imported solar panel. To provide training facilities to develop man power and upgrade the working knowledge of the Scientists of Institute of Fuel Research and Development. Mitigation of Green House Gas (GHG) emission. Reduce the dependency on grid electricity. Find out more on BCSIR Website.

 

 

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