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BPDB JOB CIRCULAR 2019 – BANGLADESH POWER DEVELOPMENT BOARD

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BANGLADESH POWER DEVELOPMENT BOARD BPDB JOB CIRCULAR DETAILS

Job Type: Govt Owned Organization

Organization Name: Bangladesh Power DEVELOPMENT BOARD (BPDB)

Job Type : Government Organization Job

Source: The Daily Bangladesh Pratidin

Job Published Date: 26 October, 2019

Application Deadline: 17 November, 2019

Source: The Daily Ittefaq

Job Published Date: 19 August, 2019

Application Deadline: 08 September, 2019

Job Location: See the job circular

North West Power Generation Company Limited Job circular

North West Power Generation Company Limited Job circular

DHAKA POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY DPDC JOB CIRCULAR 2019 

DPDC JOB CIRCULAR 2019 

How to apply: Online (www.dpdc.org.bd)

DPDC Job Circular 2019

Rural Power Company Limited Job Circular

Job Publication Date: 04 March, 2019

Job Source: The Daily Independent

Application Deadline: 31 March, 2019

Rural Power Company Limited job circular
Rural Power Company Limited job circular

DHAKA POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY DPDC JOB CIRCULAR 2019 

Organization Name: Dhaka Power Distribution Company (DPDC)

Job Type : Government Organization Job

Source: The Daily Bangladesh Pratidin

Job Published Date: 06 March, 2019

Application Deadline: 27 March, 2019

Job Location: See the job circular
How to apply: See the image circular
Job Nature: Full-time

dpdc job circular 2019

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History of BPDB

Initial history of electricity in Bangladesh

It is a tale of about a century and a quarter ago. The king of Bhawal of Gazipur of the then East Bengal (presently Bangladesh) under British India known as the first user of electricity in East Bengal. He illuminated his palace with the electricity using a generator imported from England in the nineteenth century. This royal and fancy initiative was a big surprise to the people of Bhawal who were far away from the modern civilization.

After that in 1901 a generator was installed at the residence of Mr. Ahsanullah, the Nawab of Dhaka. In 7th December, 1901 Mr. Bolton, a British citizen inaugurated electrification of Ahsan Manzil by pressing an electric switch. A company named Octavious Still, gradually brought a few elite buildings including the Ahsan Manzil and some important roads of Dhaka under electrification by the financial help of Nawab Ahsanullah. As the company’s power generation capacity was limited, the power supply was also confined to only some posh areas.

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At the time of partition of Indo-pak sub-continent in the year 1947, power generation and distribution of this part of the country were in the hands of some private companies. The power supply to the then 17 provincial districts was within the township in a limited range. The generation voltage was 400 volts. Power used to be supplied to most of the districts during nighttime only. Only exception was Dhaka City where power used to supply by two 1500 kW generators and the generation voltage was 6600 volts and this was the highest supply voltage.

There was no long distance transmission line. Besides, power used to generate by some industries (tea, sugar and textiles) and railway workshops. Dhakeswari Cotton Mills, Pahartali Railway workshop, Saidpur Railway workshop and Sugar Mills were amongst them. In aggregate the generation capacity of the country was only 21 MW and there was no transmission system. In 1948, Electricity Directorate created in order to plan and improve power supply situation. The government acquired all private power houses and transmission lines. In 1959, Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) created and the power sector really started working satisfactorily.

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In 1960, Electricity Directorate merged with WAPDA. At that time several power plants built at Siddhirganj, Chittagong and Khulna. Among those, Siddhirganj 10 MW steam turbine power plant was the highest capacity power plant. Three steam turbine units each of 10 MW capacity installed here successively.

At that time, this power plant played an important role to fulfill the demand of electricity of Dhaka. At the same time Kaptai dam was under construction under Irrigation department. In 1962, Karnaphuli hydro power plant started generation of electricity from its two units of 40 MW capacity each by using the potential energy of water of the 300-square miles lake artificially created by building a dam in Karnafuli river. At that time Kaptai considered to be the largest power plant of the country. Side by side construction of 273 kilometer long Kaptai-Siddhirganj 132 KV transmission line completed and the both power stations (Siddhirganj and Kaptai) brought under same grid. Construction of Kaptai dam and commissioning of Kaptai-Siddhirganj (Dhaka-Chittagong) 132 KV transmission line in the year 1962 considered as milestones of power development of this country.

Job Source: The Daily Ittefaq

Job Published on 15 January 2019

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