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Bangladesh Navy Job Circular 2019

Bangladesh Navy Job Circular 2019. Recently the Bangladesh Navy Job Circular 2019 has published which is a very good news for the young aged job seekers in BD. If you think you have the required qualification and the required body fitness, then make yourself and your documents ready for the job. You must have to fulfill the necessary criteria needed for the bd navy soldier job. Don’t miss this chance. This job may be the turning point of your career. But before everything, you have to read the Circular carefully and have to know what are necessary elements to be appeared in the BD Navy selection process.

Bangladesh Navy Job Circular

Bangladesh Navy Job Circular 2019 Details

Organization: Bangladesh Navy

Job type: Government job

Nature of job: permanent job

Salary: see the Circular

Age limit: read the Circular Details

Source: online

Publishes on 04 October, 2019

Selection date : 15 November, 2019

Bangladesh Navy job Circular 2019

Selection dates: 02 October- 08 November, 2019

Bangladesh Navy job Circular 2019

Bangladesh Navy

HISTORY OF BANGLADESH NAVY


Introduction

1. With the passage of time Bangladesh and her Navy have grown 42 years old. Today, Bangladesh Navy has more than 80 ships and craft in its inventory. With the pace of development it is now on the way of acquiring three dimensional capabilities. The build-up of Bangladesh Navy which began after independence has come through the end of sectarian exploitation of the land and resource in time and history. 

2. Naval activities in this part of the world were visible since the medieval days. In the undivided Bengal there were ship building industries in different parts of the country specially in Chittagong. Mentionably, a frigate for German Navy was built in 1818 in Chittagong. 

3. Build-up of navy in the Indian subcontinent in the machine age began during British rule, however Naval build-up by the British did not touch this part of the land. In post-partition era of the Indian subcontinent i.e. during Pakistan rule, negligence to the maritime development in this part was also prominent. In their consideration western wing always got preferential treatment. A careful study of the historical legacies reveals negligence to the growth of a strong maritime power essential for seaward defence of the country.

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