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Police leaning on online applications for constable recruitment

The IGP issued the directives at a meeting with officials of the Human Resource Management Directorate at the police headquarters on Tuesday afternoon

Update : 24 Jun 2020, 12:18 AM

Bangladesh Police has decided to modernize its application and recruitment policy to recruit qualified candidates for the post of constables.

Inspector General of Police (IGP) Benazir Ahmed gave the instructions on making the application process online to modernize the recruitment system of police constables.

The IGP issued the directives at a meeting with officials of the Human Resource Management Directorate at the police headquarters on Tuesday afternoon.

Senior officials of the police headquarters were present at the meeting.

The IGP instructed the police officers concerned to prepare the application form and follow the examination procedure in a way that the online application form is easy to understand and easily understood by the public.

The IGP said a pragmatic approach should be taken to prevent any kind of corruption and irregularities in the constable recruitment process so that no vested groups were able to raise questions about the process. 

The candidates needed to follow proper security guidelines for verification so that no one got a job with a fake address or wrong information, he said. 

It was necessary to adopt long term and advanced training plans for recruits and implement them to have them prepare their career plans, the IGP said.

Calling on police officers to be more efficient, alert and prompt in order to provide the desired service to people at the earliest, the IGP said that professional skills should be developed besides fulfilling their professional responsibilities through regular study and acquisition of knowledge.

There has been no alternative to developing and utilizing one's qualifications for the welfare of the country and the people, he said.

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