Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) Job Circular 2019 at bgb.gov.bd. Border Guard job 2019 circulars for various posts have been published. BGB job circular 2019 will be available here. Bangladeshi civil can apply for BGB job 2019.Border Guard Job Circular 2019 is only SMS based. SMS apply starts on 15th January & ended on 19th January 2019.We know that Border Guard Bangladesh-BGB is the paramilitary force in the country. BGB a disciplined semi-military force proud of heroism and heritage.Border Guard Job Circular 2019 will be found here with the latest updates of this job.
The posts are Staff Nurse, Family Welfare Assistant, Assistant OBM Driver, Midwife, Ward boy, Assistant Launch Driver, Machinist, Tailor, Boot maker etc. This job circular is only SMS based. SMS apply starts from 15th January, 2019. Application deadline is 19th January, 2019.
Border Guard Bangladesh Job Circular 2019 Apply Now
- 1 Border Guard Bangladesh Job Circular 2019 Apply Now
- 2 Full Circular Download-Click Here
- 3 Apply Online-Click Here
- 4 BGB Job Application starts: 15th January, 2019
- 5 Application Ends: 19th January, 2019.
- 6 Application Processing Fee:
- 7 BGB Job 2019
- 8 History of Border Guard Bangladesh
- 9 Border Guard Bangladesh 2019
- Job Title: Civil Job.
- Job Description: Border Guard Bangladesh Job Circular.
- Circular Publish Date: January 12, 2019.
- Application Starts: January 15, 2019 (only SMS based).
- Application Ending date: January 19, 2019.
- Job Nature: Full-time Permanent Government job.
- Gender: Both (Male & Female).
- Education prerequisite: See Job Advertisement.
- Age Limit: 30 year Freedom fighter child 32 years
- Experience: See Job Advertisement.
- Recompense and Benefit: As per Government Pay-scale.
- Apply process: Apply to SMS Method.
- Job place: Anywhere in Bangladesh
According to the BGB Job 2019 circular,
BGB Job Application starts: 15th January, 2019
Application Ends: 19th January, 2019.
Application Processing Fee:
Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) is full with prosperous traditions and victorious military expeditions. The headquarters of BGB is placed at Pilkhana, Dhaka. At the moment, the organization has 12 sectors to carry out its tasks. These sectors are to be planned under 4 Regions with 3 more new sectors in near future.
BGB Job 2019
BGB-Border Guard Bangladesh published job Circular 2019 recently. This BGB job Circular is eligible for Bangladeshi Civil. Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) is going to recruit some eligible candidate under this job circular of various categories.
History of Border Guard Bangladesh
Role: Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB), a disciplined semi-military force proud of heroism and heritage. In order to protect the internal peace and order, including the protection of border security, smuggling, women and children, and drug trafficking, BGB has been performing ‘Attendor Watch’. After the establishment of the 223-year long period, the increase of the responsibilities of the Abahini and the efficiency of the work has multiplied. The evolution of the BGB is as follows:
A. Ramgarh Local Battalion: The name of the ‘Frontier Protection Force’ formed in 1794 by the East India Company and the name of the ‘Aarhani’ started on 29 June 1795, titled ‘Ramgarh Local Battalion’. During its establishment, its activities began with two irregular cavalry groups and four cannons of 448 members.
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B. Frontier Guards: In 1861, the army called ‘Frontier Guards’ was reconstituted with regular and irregular 1454 members of the Eastern Police Force. Then its headquarters were located in Kamrup, Goalpara, Laxmipur, Sylhet and Tripura in Chittagong and under the borders of the subcontinent. In 1879 the Aarhani named ‘Special Reserve Company’ established the first base in Peelkhana.
C. Bengal Military Police: In 1891 the Aarhadi was renamed ‘Bengal Military Police’. Under the leadership of a European Subedar, four companies of the battalion were placed in different parts of the Indian subcontinent Dhaka, Dhumka, Bhagalpur and Gangtok.
D Eastern Frontier Rifles: In the 1920’s it was named after the ‘Eastern Frontiers’ Rifles’ consisting of 16 platoons by increasing its manpower and strength. Then its primary work was to help in border security and internal security.
E. East Pakistan Rifles: After the partition of India in 1947, the reorganized Aarhals were renamed to the EPR (East Pakistan Rifles). A group of Kolkata Metropolitan Armed Police, some Bengali and one thousand ex-servicemen from West Pakistan in that time joined the air force. Later the Air Force was organized and recruited more than three thousand Bengali people. Officers were appointed from the army for efficient leadership and direction. In 1958, the air force was given the responsibility of repressing the movement. Up to 25 March 1971, the force of the force was increased to 13,454 people.
F. Active participation of the forces in the liberation war: The avalanche has played an unforgettable heroic role in the great liberation war of Bangladesh. On 25 March 1971, the Pakistani occupation army attacked the EPR headquarters in Pilkhana, Dhaka. Bangabandhu’s message of freedom from Air Force Headquarters was sent to the remote areas of the country by adding wireless. As a result, soldiers of this country were mobilized in an armed struggle against the Pakistani occupation forces. Initially, the Bengali members of EPR developed resistance to the Zinzira on the other side of the Buriganga river for the sake of tactical reasons. Later, 12 thousand Bengali soldiers of the Alliance organized with other forces and liberated people, engaged in armed battles for 9 months in 11 sectors of Bangladesh. The freedom fighters of Aabahan conducted a series of intense operations, including a series of fierce battles, guerilla battles and suicide attacks to eliminate the enemy. In the War of Liberation, 817 soldiers of the Alliance were martyred. Among them, Shaheed Lance Naik Noor Mohammad Sheikh and Shaheed Lance Naik Munshi Abdur Rauf were awarded the highest military title ‘Bir Shrestha’ for their outstanding heroes. Apart from this, 8 people were awarded ‘Bir Uttam’, 32 ‘Bir Bikram’ and 78 ‘Bir Pratik’.
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G. Bangladesh Rifles: Following the independence of the country, the Air Force was named after the BDR (Bangladesh Rifles) on 3 March 1972. On 03 March 1980, the National Flag was accorded by the Government of Bangladesh as a special recognition of the activities of the force. Bangladesh Rifles was awarded the Independence Award 2008 in recognition of his outstanding contribution in the freedom and liberation war.
J. Border Guard Bangladesh: On March 25-26, 1971, 74 people including 57 army officers were killed in the barbaric killing of the army’s headquarters, Peelkhana. After the tragic incident, the forces were needed to reconstruct the army. It came into effect from December 20, 2010, passing the ‘Border Guard Bangladesh Act, 2010’ in the great parliament. Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on January 23, 2011, the new flag of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) formally inaugurated and opened the monogram through the new headquarters of the army.
Conclusion: Organizational reconstruction activities of the force are under implementation under the new Act. The force is now effectively handling the responsibilities handed over by 16 sectors, 61 battalions and many BOPs. BGB has been working as a ‘watchman of the border’ as well as preventing any kind of border crime including border security, smuggling, women and children, and drug trafficking, along with internal peace and order. (Source: BGB website & Google).