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P62nd Foundation Training Course

(17 July 2016 - 12 January 2017)

Course Management Team


Course Adviser

Md. Mahmudul Hassan, PhD


MDS (P&S)

Course Director
Mollick Syeed Mahbub
Director (Administration)

Course Coordinators
Dr. Mohammed Amjed Hossain

Mohammad Rajibul Islam

Deputy Director
Mob: 01712647548

Deputy Director
Mob: 01712222149

Md. Masudur Rahman Bhuiyan

Md. Abul Basher

Dr. Mohammad Rezaul Karim

Dr. Moshiur Rahman

Md. Motaher Hossain

ANM Sajidul Ahsan

Deputy Director
Mob: 01914261962
Deputy Director
Mob: 01554339166
Deputy Director
Mob: 01818186287

Deputy Director
Mob: 01711003637
Deputy Director
Mob: 01716536726

Senior Research Officer


Mob: 01918421241

Farzana Afrose

Jakia Sultana

Evaluation Officer
Mob: 01964920789

Assistant Director
Mob: 01715254143

Email: p62ftc@gmail.com

Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre


Savar, Dhaka
www.bpatc.org.bd
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P62nd Foundation Training Course


(17 July 2016 - 12 January 2017)

Course Management Team


Course Adviser

Md. Mahmudul Hassan, PhD


MDS (P&S)

Course Director
Mallick Syeed Mahbub
Director (Administration)

Course Coordinators
Dr. Mohammed Amjed Hossain
Deputy Director
Mob: 01712647548

Md. Abul Basher


Deputy Director
Mob: 01711003637

Md. Motaher Hossain


Deputy Director
Mob: 01818186287

Mohammad Razibul Islam


Deputy Director
Mob: 01712222149

Dr. Mohammad Rezaul


Karim
Deputy Director
Mob: 01554339166

ANM Sajidul Ahsan


Senior Research Officer
Mob: 01918421241

Md. Masudur Rahman Bhuiyan


Deputy Director
Mob: 01914261962

Dr. Moshiur Rahman


Deputy Director
Mob: 01716536726

Jakia Sultana

Evaluation Officer
Mob: 01964920789

Farzana Afrose
Assistant Director
Mob: 01715254143

Email: p62ftc@gmail.com

Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre


Savar, Dhaka
www.bpatc.org.bd
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List of Abbreviations
ADC
Atd
BASC
BCS
BPATC
BS
CA
CC
CD
CMT
CT
COTA
DC
DS
FTC
FGD
GDP
GA
GE
GR
GNI
GP
GS
HRD
HRM
IA
ICS
IE
IR
IIR
L&D
LGI
L&E
L&P
MDS
MS
NIPA
NNP
PA
RA
PT
PR
RW
SD
SMART
SSC
STI
SA
SWOT
TQM
WE
WP
Ws
UNO

Additional Deputy Commissioner


Attendance
Bangladesh Administrative Staff College
Bangladesh Civil Service
Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre
Bangladesh Studies
Course Advisor
Course Coordinator
Course Director
Course Management Team
Class Test
Civil Officers Training Academy
Deputy Commissioner
Development Studies
Foundation Training Course
Focus Group Discussion
Gross Domestic Product
Group Assignment
Group Exercise
Group Report
Gross National Income
Group Presentation
Guest Speaker
Human Resource Development
Human Resource Management
Individual Assignment
Individual Case Study
Individual Exercise
Individual Report
Individual Inspection Report
Lecture and Discussion
Local Government Institution
Lecture and Exercise
Lecture and Practice
Member Directing Staff
Management Studies
National Institute of Public Administration
Net National Product
Public Administration
Reading Assignment
Practical Test
Presentation
Report Writing
Skill Development
Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Rational and Time-bound
Senior Staff Course
Staff Training Institute
Secretariat Attachment
Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threat
Total Quality Management
Written Examination
Working Paper
Workshop
Upazila Nirbahi Officer

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Table of Contents
1.0

Introduction to BPATC ........................................................................................................................... 1

1.1 Vision........................................................................................................................................................................ 1
1.2 Mission ..................................................................................................................................................................... 1
1.3 Core Values .............................................................................................................................................................. 2
1.4

Training Programmes of BPATC .......................................................................................................................... 3

1.5

Other Activities of BPATC .................................................................................................................................... 3

2.0 Foundation Training Course ......................................................................................................................... 3


2.1 Course Objectives ......................................................................................................................................... 4
3.0 Foundation Training Activities ...................................................................................................................... 4
3.1 Course Timeline ....................................................................................................................................................... 4
3.2 Tentative Schedule of Daily Activities ..................................................................................................................... 5
3.3 Course Management Team ...................................................................................................................................... 5
3.4 Requirements of the Course .................................................................................................................................... 6
3.5 Training Methods ..................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.6 Medium of Instruction .............................................................................................................................................. 6
3.7 Career Counselling................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.8 Attachment Programmes ......................................................................................................................................... 6
3.9 Evaluation Method ................................................................................................................................................... 7
3.10 Grading System ...................................................................................................................................................... 7
3.11 Rector's Medal and Merit Medals ........................................................................................................................... 8
3.12 Extension Lecture .................................................................................................................................................. 8
3.13 Group Work ............................................................................................................................................................ 8
3.14 Syndicate Work ...................................................................................................................................................... 8
3.15 Art of Reviewing ..................................................................................................................................................... 8
3.16 Physical Training and Games ................................................................................................................................ 8
3.17 Visiting Faculty Members....................................................................................................................................... 8
3.18 Activities of Various Committees........................................................................................................................... 9
3.19 Extra-Curricular Activities ...................................................................................................................................... 9
3.20 Discipline ................................................................................................................................................................ 9
3.21 Dress Code ............................................................................................................................................................. 9
3.22 Table Manners ........................................................................................................................................................ 9
3.23 Accommodation and Food ................................................................................................................................... 10

4.0 Skills Development and other available facilities at BPATC....................................................................... 10


4.1

Computer Lab ..................................................................................................................................................... 10

4.2

Swimming ........................................................................................................................................................... 10

4.3 Interpersonal Relations .......................................................................................................................................... 10

4.4 Library .................................................................................................................................................................... 10


4.5 Medical Facilities .................................................................................................................................................... 10
4.6 Recreation .............................................................................................................................................................. 11
4.7 Mosque ................................................................................................................................................................... 11
4.8 Smoking or Taking Drugs and Alcohol .................................................................................................................. 11
4.9 Any Question or Query .......................................................................................................................................... 11

Annexure-1 ........................................................................................................................................................ 12
Annexure-2 ........................................................................................................................................................ 13
Annexure 3 ...................................................................................................................................................... 29
Annexure 4 ...................................................................................................................................................... 34
Annexure-5 ........................................................................................................................................................ 46
Mr. Rahman was born on 10th April 1958 in Chittagong district at Sandwip. His spouse Mrs. Shahnaj Begum
has been working as Assistant General Manager, Bangladesh Development Bank Ltd. (BDBL). He is
blessed with two daughters- Nushrat Jahan and Noushin Nawer.Nushrat completed her Graduation from
BUET and Masters from Dhaka University. Now she is making Masters at the University of Alberta , Canada.
Noushin got her Masters in Economics from Dhaka University. ..................................................................... 47
Annexure 6 ........................................................................................................................................................ 48

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1.0

Introduction to BPATC

Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC) is the apex training institution in
Bangladesh where almost all BCS cadre officials and non-cadre officers belonging to various
departments, autonomous, semi-autonomous and non-government organizations are imparted training
in an excellent environment. The Centre was established on 28 April 1984 as an autonomous
organization by merging former Bangladesh Administrative Staff College (BASC), National Institute of
Public Administration (NIPA), Civil Officers Training Academy (COTA) and Staff Training Institute (STI).
The centre is located 28 kilometres to the north-west from Dhaka city along Dhaka-Aricha highway. It
has four regional centres situated in Dhaka, Chittagong, Rajshahi and Khulna.
The centre is headed by Rector who is a Secretary to the Government. Rector is supported by
six Member Directing Staff of the rank of Additional/Joint Secretary to the Government or of equivalent
level. Each division consists of a number of departments headed by director of the rank of Deputy
Secretary/Equivalent. Deputy Directors, Assistant Directors, Librarians, Medical Officers, Assistant
Systems Analyst, Programmers, Assistant Programmers, Publication Officers, Research Officers and
Evaluation officers etc. work under the guidance of the directors.
BPATC enjoys substantial autonomy in both financial and administrative matters. The thirteenmember Board of Governors (BOG) chaired by a Minister provides general policy guidance as and
when required.
BPATC as the top training institution of the country perceives and expresses common
aspirations and expectations of its key stakeholders, the civil servants, who will uphold and remain
committed to the core values of the nation i.e. Democracy, Nationalism, Secularism and Social Justice.
Vision and Mission of BPATC, thus, always inspire and create a sense of purpose and commitment in
the mind of all the trainees and employees of the organisation.
BPATC also believes and practices some fundamental principles and values which create a strong,
unique and innovative culture in the organisation.

1.1 Vision
BPATC becomes a centre of excellence for developing patriotic, competent and professional
civil servants dedicated to public interest.

1.2 Mission
We are committed to achieving the shared vision through

developing competent and professional human resources by imparting quality training and
development programmes;
conducting research, publishing books and journals and extending consultancy services for
continuous improvement of public service delivery system;
establishing effective partnership with reputed institutions of home and abroad for developing
organizational capacity; and
promoting a culture of continuous learning to foster a knowledge-based civil service.

1.3 Core Values


BPATC cherishes the spirit of our great liberation war, fundamental principles of state policy
and patriotism; and strives to infuse those among the stakeholders effectively in all spheres of activities.
BPATCs operating principles are built on core values of discipline, integrity, inclusiveness,
professionalism, innovation, team spirit and learning for results. These values influence how we work
together, how we serve our clients, how we make decisions and how we determine our priorities. They
strengthen our respect for the people we serve, our colleagues, and ourselves. As a public sector
human resource development organization, we value:
Discipline
We maintain discipline of highest order in every step of our activities. We believe in mutual
respect and human dignity. We are committed to creating an environment where all views, opinions and
inputs are encouraged and valued.
Integrity
We demonstrate patriotism and ethics in our activities. We do what we say. We practise
integrity by ourselves and encourage our trainees to uphold it in their activities.
Inclusiveness
We are committed to achieving a diverse and highly professional workforce at all levels of the
organisation and to ensuring equity and equal opportunities for all irrespective of faith, creed, ethnicity,
language, age, race, gender and physical infirmity. We promote social inclusion and a culture of
tolerance and peace.
Professionalism
We show leadership and strive for excellence in our activities by means of professionalism and
competencies. We are passionate about the work we do and foster pro-people attitude.
Learning for results
We impart training for results and take follow up actions to stay relevant. We value and
maintain an enabling environment for continuous learning for our clients and ourselves.
Innovation
We draw inspiration from our shared history and tradition. We are equally committed to finding
creative and sustainable solutions to problems in an ever-changing global context. We highly regard
innovations in governance and public management.
Team spirit
We foster espirit de corps in our activities and share our achievements as well as failures
among ourselves. We consider every individual of the organization as a valued member of the team
where contribution by everybody is recognized. We take careful initiatives to instil team spirit among
participants of our programmes.
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1.4

Training Programmes of BPATC

BPATC conducts three types of training courses, namely core courses, short courses and
special training courses.

1.5

Core courses are Foundation Training Course (FTC), Advanced Course on Administration and
Development (ACAD) and Senior Staff Course (SSC). FTC is designed for the new entrants to
the Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS), while ACAD for Deputy Secretaries and their equivalent
officers of defense services and public sector departments. Senior Staff Course (SSC) is
designed for the joint secretaries to the government and their equivalents from defense
services and public sector departments.
Short courses are arranged with view to focusing on the development of the specific clientele
from officials of cadre services, public sector departments and NGOs. Project Management,
Communicative English, Environmental Management, Financial Management, Efficiency
Enhancement are some of the short courses run by the centre. BPATC also arranges Policy
Planning and Management Course (PPMC) for the Additional Secretaries and Lunch
time/Dinner time seminar/workshop for the secretaries to the government.
Special training courses are organized to focus on the development of the specific clientele
from officials of cadre services, public sector departments, autonomous bodies and NGOs.
BPATC arranges special foundation training courses on request of various autonomous
departments.

Other Activities of BPATC

BPATC carries out research in the fields relevant to public service management.
It provides consultancy service to the government which is another core function of BPATC.
It publishes journals, periodicals and research reports.
It organizes joint programmes with other training institutes, academies and universities of home
and abroad.
It networks through e-library and it provides access to e-librar through networking

It organizes international programmes

2.0 Foundation Training Course


FTC is the basic training course on public service management and development. As per
Bangladesh Civil Service Recruitment Rules 1981, Foundation Training Course is compulsory for all
new entrants to the Bangladesh Civil Service. The contents and methods of this course are so designed
that the participants can enhance the basic knowledge of various theories, concepts and issues on
administration and development in general and of rules, regulations, processes, procedures in public
service delivery in particular. The course aims at building personality, stimulating creativity and instilling
leadership qualities into the trainee officers. The course also provides an opportunity to the officers to
familiarize themselves with various dimensions of history, culture and socio-economic development of
the country.
Mere knowledge on rules and regulations and law is not enough to deliver public services effectively
and professionally. Service providers are required to be more responsive to the needs of the recipients
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to sustain in the competitive environment. Complex interactive process and technological advancement
have brought about a radical change in the role of the state. Public servants must possess analytical
insight to constructs, functions and responsibilities across all public administration settings and
competencies to deal with the issues of public sector management professionaly. The Foundation
Training Course (FTC) strives to improve their competencies to deliver public services efficiently and
effectively. The FTC tenure has been extended to 6 month from 4 month from 58th FTC to enhance
more competency and knowledge base of the newly entrant civil servants.

2.1 Course Objectives


General
The general objective is to create a set of skilled, innovative minded, proactive and well-groomed civil
servants committed to the welfare and development of people in an ever-changing national and global
context
Specific
Through the course the participants will be able to

develop an insight into the national goals and objectives through analyzing socio-cultural,
political and economic development issues, strategies and processes realistically.
translate essential laws, basic service norms, rules, policies and procedures into practice.

identify the real needs of the backward societies and realize their problems and way out.
internalize the real problems of the backward section of the society and take initiatives for probable
solution.

recognize the role of civil servants in a changing national and global environment.
utilize information and communication technology in management.
prepare research papers, reports and other documents professionally.
communicate in English with accuracy and reasonable fluency.
foster esprit de corps, empathy, common perception and understanding among diverse
stakeholders and
maintain physical fitness and ethical values to meet challenges.

3.0 Foundation Training Activities


3.1 Course Timeline
The duration of the Foundation Training Course is 6 months (180 days). Hence, the officers
need to engage themselves for 6 months for the course. No leave is granted during the course. With a
view to utilizing the time properly, some programmes need to be organized in the weekends and also in
the evening.

Duration of training days and the course activities are as follows:

Allocation of days
Total days

180 days

Week-ends and public holidays in BPATC


Working days in BPATC

41 days
83 days

Total days in BPATC


Field Attachment

124 days
56 days

Total days
Inaugural and closing

180 days
2 days

Attachment to Secretariat
Field trips/visit

2 days
2 days

Sessions
Total working days in BPATC

77 days
83 days

3.2 Tentative Schedule of Daily Activities


Tentative Schedule of Daily Activities
Time

Activities

05:30- 06:30

Physical Exercise*

07:30-08:15

Breakfast

08:30-09:30

Classroom Session

09:40-10:40

Classroom Session

10:40-11:05

Tea Break

11:05-12:05

Classroom Session

2:15-13:15

Classroom Session

13:15-14:15

Prayer and Lunch

14:15-15:15

Classroom Session/library work/computer lab etc.

17:00-18.30

Games & Sports*

19:15-21:15

Extension Lecture/Library Work/Film Show

20:30-21:30

*Dinner
*Subject to change according to sunrise and sunset

3.3 Course Management Team


The course management team comprises Course Adviser, Course Director and ten Course
Coordinators. Course Director is in charge of the overall responsibility of the course. He supervises and
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guides the Coordinators and consults with the Course Advisor on various academic and management
issues. The participants are divided into 8 sections. Trainee officers of each section are supervised by
one CC, whose responsibility is to ensure implementation of academic, extra-academic and
administrative activities of his/her section. The other two coordinators will be primarily responsible for
preparing schedules, budget and coordination of the whole training programme and ensuring overall
discipline.

3.4 Requirements of the Course


Successful completion of the course requires fulfilment of the following conditions:

maintaining discipline, ethics, norms and formalities inside and outside the classroom
attending all instructional sessions and other training activities punctually. Participants must
enter the classroom at least five minutes before the scheduled time
participating in Secretariat attachment and Field Attachment programme.
submitting exploring Bangladesh report, village study report, book review report and other
assignments
staying compulsorily in the dormitory of the Centre and follow the rules and regulations thereof
carrying and using of cell phones in academic sessions, formal functions, mosque, library and
corridor are strictly prohibited
participating in all co-curricular activities such as debate, extempore speech etc.
maintaining stringent discipline; follow the rules of the Centre and code of conduct

Success or failure in meeting the above requirements will be reflected in the final evaluation by
the course management and in pen-picture of the participants

3.5 Training Methods


The course includes different training methods such as lecture and discussion, group work,
reading assignment, library work, case study, syndicate work, seminar, workshop, film show, study tour,
field study/attachment, extension lecture, role play etc.

3.6 Medium of Instruction


The medium of instruction is English. The Centre encourages the participants to develop their
oral and written English skills. However, Bangla may be used in special circumstances to make the
deliberations more stimulating, interactive and participatory.

3.7 Career Counselling


Rector and Course Advisor will provide the participants counselling and consultation on their
academic and professional career. The Course Management Team will prepare the schedule of
counselling on the basis of specific needs of the participants.

3.8 Attachment Programmes


Field Attachment
There will be a 2 month field attachment programme and the trainees will be sent to different
districts to enhance their capacity and competency through practical experiences. Detail of the field
attachment programme is given in Annexure-1 (Module-21).
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Attachment to Secretariat
Secretariat attachment is an important component of the FTC. The purpose of this attachment
is to orient the participants with the decision making process through files.
The participants are divided into different groups and attached to different ministries will get
practical knowledge about the activities of the concerned section, its work procedures, decision-making
and implementation process. Each participant will prepare an individual report based on the practical
experiences of secretariat attachment.

3.9 Evaluation Method


BPATC has a prescribed system of evaluation which can be depicted here:

The participants will be evaluated on the basis of the prescribed evaluation system.
The participants will also evaluate the speakers, course administration and other aspects of the
course as well as the centre.
Participants feedback will help in redesigning the curriculum of the next course.

In addition, a test will be conducted to assess the pre-training level of knowledge of the
participants at the beginning of the course. A post-test will also be taken to assess the achievement
level of the participants by the evaluation Department at the end of the course.
Participants will be evaluated on 1200 marks in total. Distribution of marks has been shown in
the course content. Assessment will be done by the respective Module Director and answer scripts and
corresponding marks will then be sent to Evaluation Department.

3.10 Grading System


The National Training Policy for government officials has made it mandatory that all participants
in a training course be graded on the basis of their performance and reports are to be forwarded to the
concerned Administrative Ministries/Divisions for retention in the officers dossiers. All assessments are
based on a quantitative scale and graded in the following way:
Sl.
1

Percentage of Marks
90 and above

Grading
AA (Outstanding)

2
3

80-89
70-79

A+ (Very Good)
A (Good)

4
5

60-69
50-59

B+ (Above Average)
B (Average)

The participants must ensure their attendance at least 95% of the instructional sessions and
physical training and games. A participant will be instantly released from the Centre for
unauthorized absence in a single session. Qualifying marks in each module/subject is 50
percent.
Qualifying in all the examinations will make a participant eligible for obtaining the certificate. A
participant failing to obtain requisite pass marks gets only one chance, but s/he will not get any grade.
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3.11 Rector's Medal and Merit Medals


Ten per cent of the total participants will be awarded medals. The Centre awards a unique
prestigious medal, the Rectors Medal to the participant securing the topmost position in the course by
overall evaluation. The rest top position holders are given Merit Medals.

3.12 Extension Lecture


Extension lectures will be held in the evening. These lectures will focus on the important
national/international issues and offer the participants a scope to interact and share experiences with
senior government officials and renowned personalities. A number of extension lectures are conducted
with external resource persons. The external resource persons, usually being the top civil servants of
the government, share their experiences with the trainees. With such exposures, the participants are
expected to be well groomed as career public servants.

3.13 Group Work


Participants are required to participate in group works and group exercises. Topics of group
works and exercises given by the Module Directors will be discussed and presented by the group
members. The group will select a Chairperson and a Secretary from their group to conduct the exercise
session. The exercises will be followed by presentations of the group reports.

3.14 Syndicate Work


Participants are also required to carry out syndicate works. Module Director gives the topics
which are discussed and deliberated by the group members. The group will select a Chairperson and a
secretary among their group members to conduct the exercise session. The exercise will be followed by
the presentation of the syndicate amongst their group report.

3.15 Art of Reviewing


Reviewing is another important component. Each participant will write a critical review of a
book which is to be presented in a session where a faculty member will evaluate the participants'
performance. The presentation of the review will be followed by a question-answer session. Of the total
books selected for review and presentation, 50% will be in Bangla and the rest 50% will be in English.

3.16 Physical Training and Games


The Centre has a 2.2 kilometre long nice Jogging Track. Participating in the jogging session in
the early morning is compulsory. It is also compulsory for the participants to take part in physical
exercise and daily game sessions. This is intended to develop a sound body essential for civil
administration to withstand workloads and to cope with strenuous jobs. The Centre has experienced
physical instructors to conduct these sessions.

3.17 Visiting Faculty Members


No participant shall meet or otherwise be called by any faculty member in his/her office room.
In case of urgency, the meeting between the participants and the faculty members may be held in the
course office intimating the Course Management. Course Management will brief the participants
accordingly and arrange the interview as and when necessary.
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3.18 Activities of Various Committees


The participants will be encouraged to form various committees among themselves. These
committees will manage different activities of the course. Mess Committee, Sports Committee, Cultural
Committee, Souvenir Committee, Literary and Publication Committee, Environment Committee, Audit
Committee and ICT Committee are formed with a view to developing leadership qualities among the
officers.

3.19 Extra-Curricular Activities


As part of the Foundation Training Course, various extra-curricular activities like cultural
programmes, debate competitions, drama show etc. are organized with a view to enhancing group
dynamics among the participants. Besides, participants are supposed to prepare a wall magazine and
publish a souvenir as part of extra-curricular activities. Such activities also help them to develop and
flourish their leadership quality. These sorts of activities raise the confidence level of the participants by
enhancing their interpersonal communication skills.

3.20 Discipline
A strict conformity with the rules of the centre is important for successful completion of the
course. Violation of any rules, activities subversive of discipline or code of conduct, adopting unfair
means in the examinations or unauthorized absence by any participant will render him/her liable to
disciplinary action. BPATC has no other option than release a participant from the training in case of
any misconduct. The course authority and the evaluation authority may visit the dormitory at any time
and check the presence of the participants. All participants must wear name badges in all occasions
except sports activities.

3.21 Dress Code


No participants are supposed to cross dormitory area without formal dress.
3.21.1 Male participants
Formal Sessions: All participants must wear formal dresses in all academic sessions and formal
occasions. Male participants will wear tie and full-sleeved shirts with or without suit. It is advisable that
male participants wear suits during mess nights, guest nights and at official dinner. Participants not
intending to wear tie on religious ground may wear sherwani/prince coat.
Sports and PT Session: All participants must wear white-coloured English/tennis half pant/tracksuit,
white-coloured T-shirt and white-coloured ked with white-coloured socks.
3.21.2 Female participants
Formal Sessions: Female participants will wear sari in official functions and other formal activities.
They are encouraged to wear sari in the regular academic sessions as well.
Sports and PT Sessions: All female participants must wear white-coloured three-pieces/tracksuit,
white scarves and white-coloured ked with white-coloured socks.

3.22 Table Manners


Government officials attend banquettes with guests at home and abroad. Besides, they have to
arrange formal dinners on various occasions. Thus, to acquaint the participants with table manners and
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to enable them to practice it, several dinners with formal etiquette are arranged. Participants are
expected to attend these dinners in formal dress.

3.23 Accommodation and Food


The Foundation Training Course is residential. The participants will have to stay in the room
allocated to them at BPATC dormitory. Leaving the Centre without permission is treated as misconduct.
Meals are arranged through Mess Committee formed by the participants. The participants will take their
breakfast, lunch, evening tea and dinner in scheduled time at the specified dinning places of the
Centre. The Mess Committee is responsible for maintaining the overall quality of meals.
Dress codes, table manners and other dinning norms will be observed and evaluated.

4.0 Skills Development and other available facilities at BPATC


The centre provides the participants with a good number of facilities to develop their skills such
as:
4.1 Computer Lab: Computer training is compulsory for all participants. In two computer labs, all the
computers are connected with Broadband Internet facilities. The participants are encouraged to
send and receive e-mail and browse the net. The Lab will remain open from 03:00 PM to 10:00 PM
during working days.
4.2 Swimming: There is provision for swimming for the participants. Those who do not know
swimming can learn it under supervision of instructors.

4.3 Interpersonal Relations


One of the objectives of the FTC is to develop interpersonal relations and foster team spirit
among the officers of different cadres through interactions. This will create an attitude of cooperation
and fellow-feeling among the officers of different cadres.

4.4 Library
The Library of BPATC is modern and well equipped with various books, journals and audiovisual aids. In its possession there are approximately 1,12,000 books for circulation to the readers.
Participants will have ready access to the reading facilities.
Photocopying facilities are also available on payment. Library remains open from 8:00 am to
10:00 pm. without any break from Sunday to Thursday, from 4:00 pm. to 6:00 pm. on Friday and from
4:00 pm. to 10:00 pm. on Saturday. The participants are encouraged to use the library facilities at the
maximum effort.

4.5 Medical Facilities


The centre has a medical clinic which is run by four qualified doctors with limited medical
facilities. Participants are given free medical consultation, prescriptions and limited medical care. The
participants are entitled to have medical prescription free of charge and also some common medicines
that are available at the clinic, especially on emergency basis. However, the medical facilities can only
meet the primary needs or minor cuts and injuries. The clinic provides ambulance services on payment
in case of serious illness.

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4.6 Recreation
As the course is very intensive, there is very limited scope for recreation. However, there are
some television sets in the dormitories with dish connection. Facilities for playing Table Tennis, Carom,
Chess, and Billiard etc. are available in the dormitories and indoor games hall as well. Participants will
arrange cultural programmes and mess nights at the end of every month. They are also taken to
different places for visit on interest.

4.7 Mosque
The Centre has a beautiful mosque. Books on religion are available in the mosque library.
Muslim participants can perform their prayers at BPATC mosque.

4.8 Smoking or Taking Drugs and Alcohol


The Centre has been declared non-smoking area. Participants are advised not to smoke in the
campus. Taking drugs and alcohol is strictly forbidden and any participant found violating these norms
would be severely dealt with.

4.9 Any Question or Query


The Course Guidelines give an outline of the various aspects of the Foundation Training
Course. If there be any queries, participants may contact the Course Coordinators personally. Reading
list (Annexure 4), Rectors Profile (Annexure 5), list of faculty speakers (Annexure 6) and list of
participants (Annexure 7), Tentative Course Activities (Annexure 6) are shown in Annexure. In case of
any emergency, participants may contact the Course Director or Course Coordinators through their
office and residential telephone numbers which are attached in Annexure 8.

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Annexure-1
Modules and Marks Distribution at a Glance
Module No.

Name of the Module

Evaluation Method
Individual
Group

Marks

A. Bangladesh Studies
1

Bangladesh: History, Society and Culture

Village Study

WE 25

GA 25

50

GR 50

50

Poverty Studies and Rural development

WE 25, OA 10

GA 15

50

Field Attachment

IA -15, ICA 25

GA & P 35

75

Fundamentals of Foundation Training Course

WE 25

Organization and Human Resource Management

WE 25

GR 25

Important Statutory Service Laws in Bangladesh

WE 50, CT 25

75

Modern Office Management

WE 50, IA 25

75

Financial Management

WE 25, IE 25

50

GA+ GP 50

50

B. Management Studies
25
50

C. Public Administration
10

Governmental System & Essential Laws

11

Public Sector Management

IA 25

GR 25

50

12

Gender and Development

GE 25

25

13

Integrity in Public Administration

WE 50

50

D. Development Studies
14

Macroeconomic Management

WE 25

GA 25

50

15

Economic Development: Bangladesh Perspective

WE 25

GA 25

50

16

Environment and Disaster Management

WE 25

25

17

Project Management

GE 25

25

18

Procurement Management

GE 25

25

19

Basics of Social Research

We 25

GR 25

50

20

Contemporary Issues

IR 25

25

F. Skill Development
21

Language Skills

WE 25, IE 25

50

22

Art of Reviewing

IR 20, IP 30

50

23

ICT and e-Governance

WE 25, PT 25

50

24

Physical Conditioning and Games

IE 10, IA 15

25

G. CMT
-

Evaluation by the CMT


Total=

Attendance 50

50

OE

50
825

375

1200

* ATT= Attendance, CMT= Course Management Team, CT= Class Test, IA= Individual Assignment, ICS= Individual Case Study IE=
Individual Exercise, IR= Individual Report, IP= Individual Presentation; GE= Group Exercise, GR= Group Report, PT= Practical Test,
PR= Presentation, RSA= Report on Secretariat Attachment, RW= Report Writing, WE= Written Examination, IIR= Individual Inspection
Report, GP= Group Presentation, OE= Overall Evaluation; ICA= Individual Conduct Assessment;

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Annexure-2

Detail Course Contents

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Thematic Area: Bangladesh Studies


Module 01: Bangladesh: History, Society and Culture
Module Director: Dr. M. Arifur Rahman
Evaluation: Method IA 25; GA -25; Total Marks - 50
Module Objectives: Objectives of the module are:
a. to acquaint the participants with the anthropological milieu, history and culture of Bangladesh;
b. to converse with the genesis and spirit of liberation war of Bangladesh;
c. to enhance understanding of the roots of socio-economic transformation of Bangladesh.
Code
1.1
1.2

Hrs
02
01

1.3

02

1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7

01
01
02
02

Topics
Anthropological Background Of Bangladesh
Nine Month Liberation war & Mujibnagar Government
Background & Spirit of Liberation War
Liberation War Of Bangladesh: Dreams & Realities
Social & Cultural Heritage and Transformation
Potentials of Bangladesh
Demographic Transformation: Opportunities & Challenges
Field Attachment

TM
L&D
L&D
L&D & Film
Show
L&D
L&D
D&GW
L&D

RP
Faculty/GS
GS
GS
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
Dr. Arif
Mostak

Module 02: Village Study


Module Director: A.N.M. Sajidul Ahsan
Evaluation: Method GR; Total Marks - 50
Module Objectives: Objectives of the module are:
a. to expose participants to rural Bangladesh

b. to enable participants to apply research techniques in collecting, processing and analyzing


data; and
c. to make them capable to prepare research reports.

Note: The participants will go to village, conduct study to identify at least one disadvantaged household, identify
their problem, and analyze the problem by developing a problem tree. Participants shall be provided with a
format to develop problem tree and writing study report. Two days attachment to Union Parishad to study

LGI will be given to participants.


Participants will identify activities taken under Social Safety Net Programmes by visiting two
disadvantaged family (poorest of the poor), identify their social problems and assess the effectiveness
of the Social Safety Net Programmes. They shall prepare an action plan to solve the problems which
are not covered by the Social Safety Net Programmes. Detail guidelines have been depicted in week 7
in the 2 month field attachment (Module 4).

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Module 03: Poverty Studies and Rural development


Module Director: Module Director will be nominated by BARD/RDA
Evaluation: Method WE 25, GA 15, Overall evaluation - 10; Total Marks - 50
Module Objectives: The objectives of the Module are:
a. to acquaint the trainees with the history, concept and techniques of rural development; and
b. to make them capable of dealing with the issues of rural development
Code
3.1
3.2

Session
1
2

3.3

3.4

3.5
3.6

2
2

3.7

3.8
3.9

1
1

3.10

Topic
Poverty: Concepts and Measurements
Poverty reduction in Bangladesh: Trends and strategies
Poverty Reduction Model: Ekti Bari Ekti Khakar / Char
Livelihood Programme (CLP)
Role of Microfinance in Poverty Reduction: Bangladesh
experience
Social safety net programmer: critical analysis
Cooperative Movement and Social development : An
analysis
Introduction to Rural Development in Bangladesh: Basic
Concepts and History, Major Approaches
Rural Economy in Bangladesh: Challenges and Potentials
Rural Urban migration: causes and impacts
Cases in Rural Development: Experiences from home and
abroad

TM
L&D
L&D

RP

CS & E
D&E
D&E
CS & E

BARD/RDA

L&D
L&D
L&D
L & D & GE

Module 4: Field Attachment


Module Director: Mallick Syeed Mahbub
Duration: 8 Weeks
Evaluation methods: IA- 15; GA & P- 35, ICA (Individual Conduct Assessment) 25; Total 75.
As FTC is undergoing in different training institutes and every participants will need to go for
BARD/RDA attachment; all participants (including other training institution) will be grouped in three (3)
clusters named Group A, B, C. Assume that about two hundred (200) participants will make one group.
Every group will again subdivided in two sections and one section will be attached with BARD and
another will be attached with RDA simultaneously. All groups will perform in similar way by turn.

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Week, task, output and evaluation at a glance:

Week

Group A (200)
Location
Activities

1st
Week

Own Office

2nd
Week
3rd
Week
4th
week
5th
week
6th
week
7th
week

BARD/RDA

8th
week

Know different
Departments
(District)
Understanding
Local
Govern./SSP/
Visit the Ultra
poor
(Upazilla)
Explore
Attached
District
Potential
(District)

Individual Office
Ins. Report
Module-5
Evaluation-25
Module on Rural
Development-40
Overall discipline
in BARD/RDA-10
Group Report &
Presentation-20
(DEC)

Group B (200)
Location
Activities
Own Office

BARD/RDA

Know different
Departments

Group Report &


Presentation-15
before DEC on
Eighth week
Group Report-50
(M-10)
Preparation of
individual Report15 (DEC)

Individual Office
Ins. Report
Module-5
Evaluation-25
Module on Rural
Development-40
Overall discipline in
BARD/RDA-10
Group Report &
Presentation-20
(DEC)

Group C (200)
Location
Activities
Own Office

Know different
Departments

BARD/RDA

Understanding Group Report &


Understanding
Local
Presentation-15
Local
Govern./SSP/ before DEC on
Govern./SSP/
Visit the Ultra
Eighth week
Visit the Ultra
poor
Group Report-50
poor
(Upazilla)
(M-10)
(Upazilla)
Explore
Preparation of
Explore
Attached
individual Report-15 Attached District
District
(DEC)
Potential
Potential
(District)
(District)
Overall Evaluation by District Evaluation Committee (DEC) 25
District Attachment (40+35=75), M-5(25), BARD/RDA (40+10=50) M-10 (50)

Individual Office
Ins. Report
Module-5
Evaluation-25
Group Report
&Presentation-20
(DEC)
Module on Rural
Development-40
Overall discipline in
BARD/RDA-10
Group Report &
Presentation-15
before DEC on
Eighth week
Group Report-50
(M-10)
Preparation of
individual Report15 (DEC)

Note-1: A committee headed by DC will evaluate on 50 marks [task from 2nd to 7th wk (15+20) & 8th wk (15)]
and by District Administration on 25 marks on Discipline, Norms and Attitude.
Note-1: Details Programmes of Field Attachment is attached in Annex 02

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Thematic Area: Management Studies


Module 05: Fundamentals of Foundation Training Course
Module Director: Md. Abdul Hakim
Evaluation: Method WE - 25; Total Marks 25.

Objectives: This module will enable the participants to understand the content, context and
philosophical basis of the six- month- long training they will undertake. A major objective of this module
is to develop the mindset of the newly recruited civil servants to meet their public service mandate and
bring attitudinal change for that goal.
Code
5.1

Hrs
1

5.2

5.3
5.4

4
2

Topic
Foundation Training Course and its Philosophy
Introduction to Cadre Services (incl. BJS) and Inter Cadre
Relationship
Presentation on Role and Functions of Different Cadre Services
Attitude and Building Mindset for Public Servants

5.5

Etiquette, Manners, Dress code for Public Servants

5.6

Table Manners

TM
L&D

Mahmud

L&D

Rector

P
L&D
L&
Demo
L&E

MD
Hakim
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS

Module 06: Organization and Human Resource Management


Module Director: Md. Sharif Hasan
Evaluation: Method WE - 25, GR - 25; Total Marks 50

Objectives: The objectives of the module are:


a. to make trainees understand the basic forms, structure and nature of organizations;
b. to apply the HR functions effectively in own organization for optimum utilization of available HR.
Code Hr.
Topic
6.1
2 Organization: Concepts, Forms, Structure and Nature
6.2
1 Basics of HRM
6.3
1 HRM and HRD Practices in Organization
6.4
1 Coordination: Horizontal and Vertical
6.5
2 Leadership: Concepts and Styles
6.6
2 Concept, Dynamics and Complexity of Change
6.7
2 Team Building
6.8
1 Recruitment, Training, Placement and Promotion
6.9
1 Motivation
6.10
1 Performance Management: PA, ACR and APA
6.11
2 Career Planning and Career Development
6.12
1 Mind Mapping
6.13
1 Self-Analysis
6.14
1 Job Analysis, Design and Specification
6.15
1 Communication
6.16
1 Decision Making

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TM
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&E
L&E
L&E
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&E
L&E
L&D
L&D
L&E

RP
Mehedi
Zohur
Basher
Mallick
Shohel
Sharif
Shohel
Rector
Shohel
Noor
Mahmud
Reza
Arif and Reza
Faculty/GS
Mallick
Faculty/GS

Module 07: Important Statutory Service Laws in Bangladesh


Module Director: Md. A. Razzaque Sarker
Evaluation: Method WE - 50, CT -25; Total Marks 75

Objectives: Objectives of the module are:


a. to make understand the participants the essential service acts, rules and regulations; and
b. to understand the application of different acts, rules and regulations in appropriate situation.
Code

Hr.

7.1

The Government Servants (Discipline and Appeal) Rules 1985

7.2

The Government Servants (Conduct) Rules, 1979

7.3

7.4

7.5

7.6

7.7

Topic

The government Servants (Special Provisions) Ordinance, 1979


The Public Servants (Dismissal on Convictions) Ordinance, 1985
The Public Employees Discipline (Punctual Attendance) Ordinance,
1982
The Administrative Tribunal Act,1980
Rules Related to Leave
Rules related to Joining Time
Constitutional Provisions Relating to Public Servants and Public
Service Commission
The Bangladesh National Flag, Anthem and Emblem Order, 1972
and Rules Public Administration Award Rules
Right to Information Act, 2009 The Official Secrets Acts, 1923

TM
L, GD &
E

RP
Shameem

L, GD

Razzak /
Razib

L, GD

Razzak /
Razib

L, GD &
E
L,& GD
L,& GD
L,& GD

Razzak /
Razib
Razzak /
Razib
Razzak /
Razib
Razzak /
Razib

Module 08: Modern Office Management


Module Director: Dr. Shah Alam
Evaluation: Method WE - 50, IA -25; Total Marks 75

Objectives: Objectives of the module are:


a. to enable participants to manage own office/business effectively;
b. to apply effective techniques of new office management;
c. to gather practical knowledge about office management procedures at ministerial level; and
d. to have practical knowledge about file management and official procedures.
Note: 1. Secretariat attachment (SA) is an important component of the Foundation Training Course. Participants
will be divided into different groups and will be attached to Ministries for two working days. They will get
practical knowledge about the activities of the concerned section, its working procedures, decisionmaking and implementation process. The participant will study the decision making process of a file
(from the receipt of a letter/memo, putting up of the same to final decision) from the initiation to the end.
After that each participant will prepare an individual report based on the practical experiences of
secretariat attachment.

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2. As part of the field attachment, participants will visit their own office in the 1st week of 2 month field
attachment. They will require preparing an Individual Inspection Report (IIR) based on the findings and
submit it to the concern Module Director (Module 8).
Code
8.1
8.2

Hrs
3

Topics
Office Management Procedure: Docketing, Filing, Noting, Referencing
and Flagging

TM

RP

L &E

Razzak

The Bengal Record Manual, 1943 (Relevant Portion)

L& D

Alam

8.3

Writing Summary

L&E

S. Mizan

8.4

Forms of written communications

L &E

Razzak

8.5

Conducting Meeting, Video Conferencing, Preparing Working paper


and Minutes

L &E

Razzak/
Basher

8.6

Office Inspection

L&D

Alam

8.7

Improving Office Management and Services through Total Quality


Management

L&D

Enam

Secretariat Attachment

CMT

Module 09: Financial Management


Module Director: Dr. Mohammed Amjed Hossain
Evaluation: Method WE - 25, IE - 25; Total Marks 50

Objectives: Objectives of the module are:


a. to acquaint the trainees with the national budgetary framework including MTBF;
b. to make enable in managing public expenditure as a responsible DDO;
c. to prepare organizational budget applying MTBF approach, and
d. to implement budget following existing financial rules.
Code
9.1
9.2

Hrs
1

9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
9.10
9.11

2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2

Topic
General Financial Rules
Public Budgetary Framework of Bangladesh & Preparation of
Office Budget using MTBF
Duties and Responsibilities of Drawing and Disbursing Officer
Delegation of Financial Power
Pay Fixation
Pension and Gratuity
TA and DA Rules
Income Tax Rules
VAT Rules
Preparing Income Tax Return
Audit Procedure: Objection and Reply

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TM
L&D

RP
Razib

L&D

Faculty/GS

L&D
L&D
L&IE
L&IE
L&IE
L&D
L&D
L&IE
L&IE

Amjed
Amjed
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
Amjed
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS

Thematic Area: Public Administration


Module 10: Governmental System and Essential Laws
Module Director: Syed Mizanur Rahman
Evaluation: Method GA + GP - 50; Total Marks 50

Objectives: The objectives of the module are:


a. to understand the governmental system of Bangladesh;
b. to analyze the provisions of constitution and essential laws.
Code
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
10.9

Hrs
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1

10.10
10.11
10.12
10.13

2
2
2
2

Topic
Salient Features of Bangladesh Constitution
Legislature of Bangladesh
Judiciary of Bangladesh
Executive of Bangladesh
Interrelation of Legislature, Judiciary & Executive
Local Government System and Decentralization in Bangladesh
Local Govt. and Development
The Mobile Court Act, 2009
Overview of Land Management: Mutation, Land Dispute, Land
Records
Rules of Business & Allocation of Business
Penal Code: Essential Sections
Laws of Inheritance (Muslim and Hindu)
The PDR Act, 1913

TM
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D

RP
S. Mizan
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
S. Mizan
Faculty/GS
Jahid
Faculty/GS
Razib

L, D & E

Mallick

L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D

S. Mizan
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS

Module 11: Public Sector Management


Module Director: Dr. Rizwan Khair
Evaluation: Method GR 25, IA - 25; Total Marks 50

Objectives: The objectives of the module are:


a.

to enhance capability of dealing with the issues of public service delivery;

b. to inform the role of civil service in the context of national and global level;
c. to identify governance issues, solve problems and seek innovative ways of better public service
delivery mechanism.

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Code
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
11.8
11.9
11.10
11.11
11.12
11.13

Hrs
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1

Topic
Essentials of Public Management
Development Administration: Bangladesh Perspective
NPM: Changing Dynamics of PSM
Business Process Re-engineering
Citizen Charter: Bangladesh Perspective
Policy Process
Problems of Policy Implementation
Good Governance: Principles and practices
Total Quality Management
Public Private Partnership
Innovation in Public Service Delivery
Strategic Management in Public Sector
Contempt of court

TM
L&D
L&D
L&D
CS & GE
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L, D & E
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D

RP
Sharif
Faculty/GS
Sharif
BPR Team
Faculty/GS
Arif
Faculty
Rizwan
Enam
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
Rizwan
Faculty/GS

Module 12: Gender and Development


Module Director: Dr. Rokeya Fahmida
Evaluation: Method GE 25; Total Marks 25

Objectives: Objectives of the module are:


a. to enable the participants to identify and analyze the prevailing social issues with respect to male and
female,
b. to recognize intervention required for ensuring rights of women and children.
Code
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
12.6
12.7
12.8

Hrs.
1
2
2
1

Topic
Gender: Conceptual Aspects
Convention on the Elimination of all forms of
Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) and
Child Rights Convention (CRC)
Situation of Women and Children in
Bangladesh
Child welfare initiatives in Bangladesh:
monitoring system and effectiveness

TM

RP

D&E

Arif

L&D

Razzak

L&D

Jahid

L&D

Faculty/GS

Role of Women in Development

L&D

Faculty/GS

Challenges of Working Women

L&E

Salina

Women and Child Rights : Legal Coverage in


Bangladesh

L&D

Faculty/GS

Women and Child Right Approaches

Workshop/Syndicate

MD

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Module 13: Integrity in Public Administration


Module Director: Md. Shohel Imam Khan
Evaluation: Method WE 50; Total Marks 50

Objectives: Objectives of the module are:


a. to enable the participants to distinguish correctly between ethical and unethical practices, and
b. to apply the ethical values in their respective work places and day to day life.
Code
13.01
13.02
13.03
13.04
13.05
13.06

Hrs
1
2
1
1
1
1

Topic
Introduction to Ethics, Values and Morality
NIS
Human Rights and Access to Public Services
Combating Corruption in Public Service Delivery
Religious Values in Controlling Corruption
Right to Information and Transparency

TM
L&D
D & GW
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D

RP
Shohel
GS (C.Sec)
Shohel
GS (Zahid)
GS (Zahid)
GS (Taher

Thematic Area: Development Studies


Module 14: Macroeconomic Management
Module Director: Abdul Baki
Evaluation: Method WE 25, GA- 25; Total Marks 50

Objectives: Objectives of the module are:


a. To make the trainees understand the basics of economics and
b. Have an insight into various macro-economic aspects of Bangladesh.
Code
14.01
14.02
14.03
14.04
14.05
14.06
14.07

Session
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Topic
Basic Concepts of Micro and Macro Economics
Market Economy: Concept and Issues
Key Macroeconomic Variables and their Implications
National Income Accounting (GDP, GNP, NNP etc)
Monetary Policy and Inflation
Fiscal Policy and Deficit Financing
Role of Financial Institutions in Economy

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TM
D&E
D&E
D&E
D&E
D&E
D&E
D&E

RP
Banik
Banik
Mahmud
Zobayer
Zobayer
Zobayer
Baki

Module 15: Economic Development: Bangladesh Perspective


Module Director: Dr. SM Zobayer Enamul Karim
Evaluation: Method WE 25, GA- 25; Total Marks 50

Objectives: Objectives of the module are:


a. To provide idea about various issues related to economic development, and
b. To get a holistic picture of strategies and the process of development of Bangladesh
Code
15.01
15.02
15.03
15.04

Hrs
1
2
1

15.05
15.06
15.07
15.08

1
1
1
1

Topic
Economic Development: Concept and Issues
Development Planning in Bangladesh: FYPs & PP 2010-2021
Sustainable Development Goal (SDG): Challenges for Bangladesh
Middle Income Country, LDCs (Graduation Criteria): Bangladesh
Perspective
Regional Cooperation and Economic Development
Human Development Index
Driving Forces of Economic Development of Bangladesh
Public Private Partnership (PPP): Approaches, Administration and
Implications

TM
D&E
Gr. E
Gr. E

RP
Faculty/GS
Mahmud
Faculty/GS

D&E

Zobaer

D&E
Gr. E
L&D
L&D

Faculty/GS
Zobaer
Banik
Mahmud

Module 16: Environment and Disaster Management


Module Director: Md. Atikuzzaman
Evaluation: Method WE 25; Total Marks 25

Objectives: Objectives of the module are:


a. to provide idea about various environmental issues,
b. to acquaint with the disaster and disaster management in Bangladesh and
c. to get a holistic picture of strategies and the process of development of Bangladesh
Code
16.01
16.02
16.03
16.04
16.05
16.06

Hrs
2
1
1
1
1
1

16.07

16.08
16.09
16.10
16.11
16.12

1
1
2
1
1

Topic
Sustainable Development: Concepts and Issues
Environmental Pollution: Bangladesh Perspective
National Strategy for Sustainable Development (NSDS)
Green Environment and Renewable Energy
NRM and Bio-diversity
Waste Management
Climate Change Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation in
Bangladesh: Facing the Challenges
National Disaster Management Strategy in Bangladesh
Climate Change: International Convention and Protocol
Acts relating to Environment
Issues of Environmental Governance
Integrated Disaster Risk Management

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TM
L&D
D&E
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L & GE
P
L & CS
L&D
L&D
L&E
L&D

RP
S. Mizan
Amjed
S. Mizan
Dr. Mizan
Dr. Mizan
Atik
Dr. Mizan
Atik
Alam
GS (Bela)
Amjed
Amjed

Module 17: Project Management


Module Director: Kazi Hasan Imam
Evaluation: Method GE 25; Total Marks 25

Objectives: Objectives of the module are:


a. To make understand the trainees the different stages of project cycle; and
b. Enable them to use different tools of project management.
Code
17.01
17.02

Hrs
2
2

17.03
17.04
17.05

1
1
1

17.06
17.07

1
1

Topic
Overview of Project Planning Process in Bangladesh
Introduction to Project Cycle Management: Concepts and
Issues
Preparation of Log Frame
Project Risk Analysis and Scoping
Project Implementation and Monitoring: Techniques,
Issues and Challenges
Challenges of Mega Project
Result Based Project Management (RBM)

TM
L&D
D&E
D&E
L&D
D&E

RP
Shameem
Mahmud/
Hasan
Jahid
Jahid
Hasan

D&E
D&E

Zayedul
Hasan

Module 18: Procurement Management


Module Director: Md. Jahidul Islam
Evaluation: Method GE - 25; Total Marks 25

Objectives: Objectives of the module are:


a. to make understand the procurement act, rules and procedures to the trainees
b. to make understand about the public procurement
Code
18.01
18.02
18.03
18.04
18.05
18.06
18.07
18.08
18.09

Hrs
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Topic
Reform in Public Procurement
Overview of PPA 2006 and PPR 2008
Public Procurement Aspects
Procurement Methods
Procurement Related Committees, Complaints and Appeals
Public Procurement Process-Advertisement
Standard Procurement Related Documents
Evaluation of Tender/ Proposals
Delegation of Financial Power and Award of Contract

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TM
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D

RP

Banik +
MD+
CPTU

Module 19: Basics of Social Research


Module Director: Dr. Md. Shafiqul Haque
Evaluation: Method- WE 25; GR - 25; Total Marks - 50

Objectives: Objectives of the module are:


a. to make understand the process and techniques of research, collect, process and analyze data;
b. to enable participants to use statistical tools in research work;
c. to enhance the capacity of the trainees in preparing research proposal and report.
Code
19.1
19.2

Hrs

19.3
19.4
19.5
19.6
19.7
19.8
19.9
19.10
19.11

2
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
1

Topic
Introduction to Social Reseach
Problem Statement, Developing Research questionnaire
and Research Design
Sampling Techniques
Collecting Quantitative Data: Survey, Questionnaire
Collecting Qualiitative Data: FGD
Collecting Qualiitative Data: Interview and Observatio
Analyzing Data: Use of Simple Statistical Methods
Data Presentation
Literature Review and Referencing
Writing a Research Proposal
Writing a Research Report

TM
L&D

RP
Shafique
Shafique

L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D

Shafique
Shafique
Shafique
Shafique/Basher
Shafique/ Mostak
Shafique
Mahmud/Amjed
Amjed
Sajid

Module 20: Contemporary Issues


Module Director: Course Director
Evaluation: Method- IR 25; Total Marks - 25

Objectives: Objectives of the module are:


a. To well orient with the contemporary important issues in regard to administration and development;
and
b. To share ideas with renowned personalities of the country.
Code
20.1
20.2
20.3
20.4
20.5

Hrs
2
2
2
2
2

Topic
Blue Economy
Cyber Security
Autism
Management of Mega Project
Changing Interface between Politicians and Public
Officials
Current Issues that need to be discussed during
the training period

Thematic Area: Skill Development


25

TM
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D

RP
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS

Module 21: Language Skill


Module Director: AFM Amir Hussain
Evaluation: Method- WE 25, IE - 25; Total Marks - 50

Objectives: Objectives of the module are:


a. to improve Bangla spelling, syntax and pronunciation norms; and
b. to improve English listening, speaking, reading and writing ability
Code

Session

21.1
21.2
21.3
21.4
21.5
21.6
21.7
21.8
21.9
21.10
21.11
21.12

2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2

Topic

21.13
21.14
21.15
21.16
21.17

1
1
2
10

Bangla Spelling
Use of Correct Bangla
Practice of Bengali Writing
Techniques of Developing English Vocabulary
IELTS Listening Skills: A Brief Introduction
IELTS Listening Skills: Practice Session
IELTS Reading Skills: A Brief Introduction
IELTS Reading Skills: Practice Sessions
IELTS Speaking Skills: A Brief Introduction
IELTS Speaking Skills-Practice Sessions
IELTS Writing skills: A Brief Introduction
IELTS Writing Skills: Practice Sessions
The Phonetic Symbols and The rules of
Pronunciation
Enhancing Presentation Skills
Official Writing
Common Mistakes in English
Debate Competition (Bengali & English)

21.18

Extempore Speech

TM

RP

L&D
L&E
L&D
L&D
Exercise
Exercise
L&E
L&E
L&E
L&E
Exercise
L&E
L&E

Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
Amir
Amir
Amir
Amir
Amir
Amir
Amir/Yusuf
Amir/Yusuf
Amir/GS

L&E

Shohel
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
Rizawan/
Razzaque/
Amir/Mostak/
Salina/Rokeya
Amir/Nasrin

Module 22: Art of Reviewing


Module Director: Golam Mahedi
Evaluation: Method- IR 20, IP - 30; Total Marks - 50

Objectives: Objectives of the module are:


a. To develop skills in critically reviewing books;
b. To enhance public speaking capability of the trainees; and
c. To develop reading habits.

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Code

Session

22.01
22.02
22.03

2
2
12

Topic
Introduction to Book/Article/Case Study Review
Art of Public speaking
Book/Article/Case Studies Report Presentation (15
min. each presentation)

Training
Method
L&D
L&D
R&P

Resource
Person
Mizan
GS (Tushar)
MD

Module: 23 ICT and E-Governance


Module Director: Tanjur Ahmed Joarder
Evaluation: Method- WE 25, PT - 25; Total Marks - 50

Objectives: Objectives of the module are:


a. To develop ICT skills and contribute towards e-Governance;
b. To develop capacity in public sector for improving delivery of public service through ICT; and
c. To adopt organizational changes in public sector related to technology, strategies and policies.
Code

Session

23.1
23.2

1
1
3

23.3
23.4
23.5
23.6
23.7

1
1
1
2
1

23.8
23.9
23.10
23.11
23.12
23.13
23.14

1
3
1
1
1
1

Topic
Essential ICT Skills
Survey on ICT Skill and Wi-Fi Connection
Basics of ICT: Computer Hardware and Software
Report /Assignment /Presentation etc. preparation by
application software
Bangla Typing( Unicode)
E- Governance
E-Governance : Basics, Architecture, Systems and
Critical Success factors
Networked Government
ICT Policy
ICT as Means for Good Governance and Service
Delivery with reference to digital centre
E-Governance Conceptual Overview and Building
Blocks/Critical Success factors
Workshop on Innovation in service delivery
E-Filing
E-Learning
National Portal Management
E-commerce

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TM

RP

E
L&D
L&P

Tanjur
Tanjur
Zakir/Tanjur/Altab

L&P

Zia/ICT

L&D

Faculty/GS

L&D
L&D

Ziaul
Faculty/GS

L&D

Mallick/ Zakir/Zia
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS
Faculty/GS

Module 24: Physical conditioning & Games


Module Director: Mohammad Moshiour Rahman
Evaluation: Method- IE 10; IA 15 (Participation, Dress, Fitness); Total Marks - 25

Objectives: Objectives of the module are:


a. To enhance capacity of the participants to gain knowledge on health and nutrition;
b. To manage stress in day to day life; and
c. To improve and maintain physical fitness.
Code

Session

24.01
24.02
24.03
24.04

1
1
1
1

24.05
24.06
24.07

1
1
1

Topic
Nutrition & Physical Fitness
Effect of Exercise on Different Organs
Wellness Concept & Management
Common Sports Injuries & Prevention / Rehabelitation
of Back Pain
Social Impact of Sports
Sedentary Life Style and Effects
Stress Management
Physical Conditioning (Morning): Walking, Jogging,
Freehand Exercises, Ground Exercises, Stretching,
Minor Games, Yoga.
Games (Evening): Volleyball, Basketball, Handball,
Football, Tennis, Badminton, and Swimming.

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Training
Method
L&D
L&D
L&D
L&D

Resource
Person
Moshiour
Zawad
Arif
Zawad

L&D
L&D
L&D
Exercise

Moshiour
Moshiour
Zawad

Exercise

AD Sports &
Guest
Instructor

Annexure 3

Detailes WorkPlan of Field Attachment


First Week: Exploring Own Office

Objective: Re-inventing own office


Tasks:

Methodology:

Identify the objectives and functions of the office;


Identify the work culture in the office;
Analyze SWOT of the office;
Identify actual performance of the office;
Identify gaps between set objectives and actual performances;
Identify the root causes for the gaps;

Study and analyze concerned files and documents


Observation of work culture;
Discussions with staffs and dignified citizens, stakeholders;
Consultation with supervisors.

Prepare detail individual inspection report as a participant of the FTC along with an
action plan.

Output:

First week monitoring mechanism:

Learning diary will be a compulsory work for the trainee officers and it will be
examined/inspected by ADC/respected supervising officers/ Focal point
Supervising officer monitor the activities
Examine/inspect the progress of the assigned works
Inspect the learning diary of the trainees.

Second Seventh Weeks: Attachment with BARD/RDA


All groups will divided in two sections and each section will go either BARD or RDA.
Group wise Attachment: Group A and Group B will be attached with BARD and RDA and
Group C will be attached to District attachment for two weeks and Group C will be attached to
BARD/RDA in the next weeks and Group A and Group B will attached to Districts.
Objective:

To acquaint the trainees with the history, concept and techniques of rural development;
To make them capable of dealing with the issues of rural development
To know about the rural poverty and rural economy
To observe the role of micro-economy in rural development
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Task:

Participants will complete the task of Module 3;


The will visit rural development related institutions;
Identify the role of cooperative in rural development; and,
The task that BARD/RDA will assign.

Methodology: Will be set by BARD/RDA


Output: Completion of Module 3
Second week monitoring: Will be set by BARD/RDA

Second Fifth Weeks: District Attachment


Participants will stay at attached district for two weeks. Group B & C participants will be attached with
district on 2nd and 3rd Weeks and Group A participants will attached on 4th and 5th Weeks.
Objective: Understanding activities prevalent in the districts both in public and private sector.

Know the activities and work culture of all district level offices and a potential
cooperative society/any potential firm/NGO etc. of the district (Selected by Deputy
Commissioner)

Identify the objectives and charter of works perform by the organizations


Identify the gaps
Indentify the work culture
Conduct stakeholder analysis.

Tasks:

Methodology:

Study the objectives and functions of the offices/cooperative society/firm/NGO etc.;


Study the achievement/performance of the offices/organizations for at least one year
(last fiscal year);
Discuss with concerned dignified citizens, personnel/stakeholders.

Output

Prepare a group report on overall activities of the district both in public and private
sector and make a linkage with national plan.

2nd - 5th week monitoring:

ADC/Focal point will coordinate and monitor the activities


Concerned officer will put remarks in the learning diary at the completion of the task
and may report the ADC/Focal point regarding the progress and relevant issues (if any)
Reports on the activities of week 3rd - 5th will be presented before the committee
headed by the Deputy Commissioner (nice to present in front of all district level
officers).

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Fourth - Seventh week


Participants will stay at selected upazilla(s) of attached district for two weeks. Group C participants will
be attached with upazilla on 4th and 5th Weeks and Group A & B participants will attached on 6th and
7th Weeks.
Objectives:

Understanding the Local Government Bodies and receive ideas about difficulties they
face;
Knowing the poor and find out ways to overcome their problems, if possible making
linkage with any appropriate programme;
Know the effectiveness of the Government Social Safety Net Programmes /Study
disadvantaged family (poorest of the poor).

Task:

Visit a Union Parishad/Municipality


Explore the works and service delivery process of Union Parishad/Municipality
Identify gaps between set objectives and actual performances;
Identify the problems and challenges of visited Union Parishad /Municipality.
Identify activities taken under Social Safety Net Programmes;
Visit & Identify one or two disadvantaged family (poorest of the poor)
Identify their social problems;
Identify effectiveness of the Social Safety Net Programmes;
Prepare an action plan to solve the problems which are not covered by the Social
Safety Net Programmes;
Attempt to solve some of the problems, if not all.

Methodology:
Study/examine the performance of the visited Union Parishad/Municipality;
Discussion with the Chairman/Mayor/members/councilors of the Union
Parishad/Municipality;
Secondary data collection and analysis;
Interview family members of the identified disadvantaged family;
Discussion with the concerned officials, social leaders, academics and local
stakeholders.
Output: Prepare and presentation of a group report.
Fourth- Seventh week monitoring:

ADC/Focal point will monitor and coordinate the tasks


The UNO/Chief executive of the concerned local government organization will report
ADC/Focal point about the progress of the tasks
Also will put remarks in the learning diary of the participants at the completion of the
tasks
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The report will be presented in front of the committee headed by DC and other district
level officials in Eight week and,
The task will be evaluated by the Committee headed by DC.

Eighth week: Exploring Attached District Potentials


Objective: Knowing the district as a whole and finding out its potentials.

Discover/ explore economic potentials and Social /cultural /historical importance of the
visiting district.

Task:

Identify the productivity and economic trend of last 10 years;


Identify the present resources and expected future demand;
Identify the major two economic products and its potentials;
Explore the marketing channel of the products and identify the barriers;
Study the social/cultural/historical importance of the visited district.
Methodology:
Discussion with government and non- government organizations.
Discussion with social leaders, academics and other local stakeholders;
Secondary data collection and analysis.
Output: Prepare an analytical individual report.
Eighth week monitoring:

Learning diary will be a compulsory work for the trainee officers and it will be
examined/inspected by ADC/respected officers/ Focal point
Examine/inspect the progress of the assigned works
Inspect the learning diary of the trainees.
Also will put remarks in the learning diary of the participants at the completion of the
tasks
The report will be presented in front of the committee headed by DC and other district
level officials and,
The task will be evaluated by the committee headed by DC.

Overall Monitoring Mechanism:

One Senior Assistant Commissioner will be assigned by DC as a focal point with the
responsibility to coordinate.
Course coordinators will be assigned for specific districts to monitor from the course
management.
The authority may assign faculties both from BPATC & RPATCs for visiting the
districts.
Officers from research section will be assigned to supervise preparing research paper.
The authority may assign faculty as mentor for a group of 8-10 participants for the
whole course and the mentor may be given some responsibilities regarding monitoring
and other aspects of training.
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Reports on the activities of week 3rd-5th, 6th and 8th (3 reports) may be presented
before the committee headed by Deputy Commissioner (nice to present in front of all
district level officers).

District Evaluation Committee (DEC)


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Deputy Commissioner
Superintendent of Police/representative
Deputy Director (Agriculture)
District Livestock Officer
District Fisheries Officer
ADC(General/Education)

Chairperson
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member Secretary

Evaluation Criteria
Group Presentation
A. Contents: Creative and innovative ideas, relevance, consistence
B. Presentation style
C. Questions and answer
Individual Conduct
A. Discipline
B. Allegiance
C. Public relation (dealings with colleagues and clients)
D. Overall
Individual Assignment
A. Relevance
B. Creativity and innovative ideas
C. Consistence
D. Quality of analysis
E. Quality of recommendations and replicability
Evaluation committee will consider the above mentioned criteria and assess performance of the participants.

General Instructions
Maintaining Learning Diary: Each and every trainee officer must maintain learning diary. A format for
writing learning diary is attached. Each and every training activity must be written in the learning diary
and signed by the trainee and must be authenticated by the concerned monitoring/supervising officer or
focal point.
Village Study and Research: Know Bangladesh and Disadvantaged Citizen Visit report will be
presented at BPATC.
Submission of Reports at BPATC: Reports on activities under various modules must be submitted to
concerned module director or designated officer of the CMT of BPATC/ FTC conducting training
institutes.
Reviewing the Field Attachment Programme: The field attachment programme will be reviewed
again if necessary in consultation with the CMTs and concerned authorities of FTC conducting training
institutes and BARD and RDA.
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Annexure 4

Reading List
Module 01: Bangladesh: History, Society and Culture
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
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34.

Sirajul Islam [Ed.], History of Bangladesh, 3 Vols. Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.


Nihar Ranjan Roy, History of Bangladesh.
J.N Sarker, History of Bengal, Vol. II: Muslim Period, DU, 1972
R.C. Majumder, History of Bengal, Vol. I: Hindu Period, DU, 1963
evsjv`ki ^vaxbZv hy `wjjc (15 L), mv`bv: nvmvb nvwdRyi ingvb, nvvbx
cvewjkvm, XvKv|
evsjv`k miKvi 1971, jLK: GBP.wU.Bgvg, AvMvgx cKvkbx|
evsjv`ki BwZnvm 1704 - 1971, mv`bv: wmivRyj Bmjvg, GwkqvwUK mvmvBwU
Ae evsjv`k|
evOvwji gyw msMvg I RvwZi RbK eez, jLK: nvib-Ai-iwk`, Xv.we.|
ZvRDxb Avng`i Wvqix (1 I 2 L), mv`K: wmwgb nvmb wiwg|
Bangabandhu Sheikh Muzib: A Leader with a difference, jLK: Ievq`yj nK, Radical Asia Publications.
The Awami League, jLK: Shyamali Ghosh, Academic Publications. (evsjv msiY, BDwcGj
cKvwkZ)|
jLKi ivRbvgPvq Pvi `kKi ivRbxwZ - cwigv 1953-93, jLK: Ave`yj nK, BDwcGj|
evsjv`ki gyw msMvgi BwZnvm 1947-1971, mv`bv: mvjvnDxb Avng` I
Abvb, AvMvgx cKvkbx|
eez kL gywReK wNi wKQy NUbv I evsjv`k, jLK: Gg.G. IqvR` wgqv,
BDwcGj|
^vqZkvmb _K ^vaxbZv 1966-1971, jLK: Kvgvj nvmb, Azi cKvkbx|
Bangladesh Documents (Vol. 1 & 2), mv`bv: Sheedndra Kumar and others, BNK press, Madras
(evsjv`k, BDwcGj)
gywhy evsjv`k, g~j jLK: gRi Rbvij K.Gg. kwdDjvn, AvMvgx cKvkbx
g~javiv 71, jLK: gC`yj nvmvb, BDwcGj|
evOvjxi K, mv`bv: gvbvqg miKvi, AvMvgx cKvkbx|
evsjv`ki gywhyi BwZnvm, jLK: W. gv: nvbvb, nvvbx cvewjkvm|
` ic Ae evsjv`k, g~j: Gbx gvmKvibnvm, nvvbx cvewjkvm|
evsjv`ki ii FY, g~j: Gbx gvmKvibnvm, nvvbx cvewjkvm|
gywhyi bq gvm: Aei ivR-wekwe`vjq, jLK: Avgvbyjvn Avng`, nvvbx
cvewjkvm|
j cvYi wewbgq, jLK: iwdKzj Bmjvg exi Dg, Abbv|
evOvwji gywhyi BwZe, jLK: gvneye-Dj-Avjg, Abycg cKvkbx
^vaxbZv msMvg cevmx evOvwj, jLK: Ave`yj gwZb, Abbv|
Blood Beaten Track by Ahmad Salim, HwZn|
International Document of Great Liberation War in Bangladesh (Vol. 1,2&,3) LK: Dr. M.A. Mannan
Chowdhury & Sharifa Mannan, RvZxq M cKvkb|
gywhyi cvcU ewi Aevb, jLK: G. Gm. Gg. mvgQyj Aviwdb, BDwcGj|
mvivi AvU XvKv: GKwU RvwZi R, jLK: j.R. RGdAvi RvKe, BDwcGj|
The Cruel Birth of Bangladesh ...by Archer K. Blood, UPL.
evsjv`k 1971 (1-4 L), Avdmvb Payix, gvIjv ev`vm|
mi Kgvviiv ejQb gywhyi ^iYxq NUbv, mv`bvq kvnwiqvi Kwei, gvIjv
ev`vm|
WU jvBb evsjv`k: bvBbwUb mfwU Iqvb, g~j: wmWwb kbevM, Aby: gwd`yj nK,
mvwnZ cKvk|
gywhy Rbhy: Av_ mvgvwRK cwicwZ, jLK: AvwZDi ingvb, mvwnZ cKvk|

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35. evsjv`ki gywmsMvg I AvIqvgx jxM: cvmwK `wjj, jLK: AvwZDi ingvb,
mvwnZ cKvk|
36. Dice gywRebMi, kIKZ Imgvb, mgq cKvkb|
37. gywhy Kvl (5 L), W. gybZvmxi gvgyb mvw`Z, mgq cKvkb|
38. `yw`bi w`bwjwc, Aveyj dRj, mgq cKvkb|
39. civwRZ Rbvij`i `wZ gywhy, gybZvmxi gvgyb mvw`Z, mgq cKvk|
40. 1971: AvgwiKvi Mvcb `wjj, wgRvbyi ingvb Lvb, mgq cKvkb|
41. cvwKvbx hyvcivax 191 Rb, Wv. Gg.G. nvmvb, mgq cKvkb|
42. Evidence (1 & 2), Lt. Gen. (Retd.) Mir Shawkat Ali.
43. evsjv`ki gywhy, cwKvcx, mv`K: KzZze AvRv`, kvn` ggZvR, evsjv
GKvWgx|
44. gywhy evOvjx e m`vq, jLK: cYe Kzgvi eozqv, evsjv GKvWgx|
45. gywRebMi miKvi I evsjv`ki gywhy, jLK: W. gy. dvqKzvgvb, evsjv GKvWgx|
Module 3: Poverty Studies and Rural Development
1. Rethinking Rural Poverty: Bangladesh as a Case Study, Hossain Zillur Rahman (Editor) Mahbub
Hossain (Editor), Publisher(s): The University Press Limited (UPL).
2. Agricultural Development Possibilities in Bangladesh, Hugh Brammer (Author), Publisher(s): The
University Press Limited (UPL).
3. Retrospects and Prospects of the Rice Economy of Bangladesh, Raisuddin Ahmed. (Author),
Publisher(s): The University Press Limited (UPL).
4. Agro ecological Aspects of Agricultural Research in Bangladesh, Hugh Brammer. (Author), Publisher(s):
The University Press Limited (UPL).
5. Agricultural Disaster Management in Bangladesh, Hugh Brammer (Author),Publisher(s): The University
Press Limited (UPL).
6. Rural Financing and Agricultural Credit in Bangladesh: Future Development Strategies for Formal
Sector Banks, MD. Ruhul Amin Sarkar (Author) ,Publisher(s): The University Press Limited (UPL).
7. Rice Pests of Bangladesh Their Ecology and Management, Zahirul Islam (Author) David Catling
(Author),Publisher(s): The University Press Limited (UPL)
8. Managing Food Price Inflation in South Asia, Sadiq Ahmed (Editor) Hans G.P. Jansen (Editor)
9. Myths about Governance and Corruptions
10. Daniel Kaufmann
11. <http://www1.worldbank.org/publicsector/anticorrupt/feb06course/10_myths__english.pdf
12. Corruption: Diagnosis and Treatment >
13. Alina Mungui
14. <http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journalf>

Module 05: Fundamentals of Foundation Training Course


1. Carter, Jimmy (1975), Why Not The Best. Broadman Press
2. The role of District Administration, Kaji Azahar Ali
3. The Chief Secretary to the Government, Malaysia by Ahmad Sarji. Published by Pelanduk
Publications (M) Sdn Bhd, Malaysia.
4. Family Values by A.Z.M. Shamsul Alam. Published by Bangladesh Co-operative Book Society
Limited.
5. What Every Supervisor Should Know, Sixth Edition by Lester R. Bittel, John W. Newstrom.
6. Towards a Theory of Governance and Development Learning from East Asia by Rehman Sobhan.
Published by The University Press Limited.
7. The Three Pillars of Public Management Secrets of Sustained Success by Ole Ingstrup and Paul
Crookall. Published by McGill-Queen's University Press, London.

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8. The Law of Success by Napoleon Hill. Published by D.B. Taraporevala Sons & Co. Private Ltd.
Bombay, India.
9. People Skills: How to Assert Yourself, Listen to Others, and Resolve Conflicts by Robert Bolton,
Ph.D. Published by Prentice-Hall, Inc., New Jersey.
10. Human Development a Social Work Perspective by Riva Specht & Grace J Craig, University of
Massachusetts. Published by Prentice-Hall, Inc. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 07632.
11. Issues in Training and Development by Saadat Hussain. Published by New Age Publications.
12. Taking Charge Making the Right Choices by Perry M. Smith. Library of Congress Cataloging-inPublication Data.
13. Managing Government Organizations by Robert D. Pursley Neil Snortland. Published by Duxbury
Press, North Scituate, Massachusetts.
14. Management by Ricky W. Griffin, Texas A & M University. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company,
Boston.
15. mykvmb I c~e Gwkqvi Dvb| wnb Gj. iU| AvjxMo jvBeix.
16. Role of Higher Civil Servants in Pakistan by Dr. Ali Ahmed. NIPA
17. The Civil Service in Pakistan by Chaudhury Muzaffar Ahmed, NIPA
18. The civil service in Pakistan, Chowdhury Mozaffar Ahmed
Module 06: Organization and Human Resource Management
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

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11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
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Robbins, S.P. and Coutler, M (1999) Management, N.J. Prentice-Hall


Davis, R.C. (1951) The Fundamentals of Top Management, NY, Harper &Row
Acur, N. (2006), Assessment of strategy formulation: how to ensure quality in process and outcome,
International Journal of Operations & Production Management, Volume 26, Number 1, pp. 69-91.
Barker, J.M. (1993), Tightening the iron cage: concertive control in self-managing teams,
Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 38, No.3, pp.408-37
Bate, P. (1995), Strategies for Cultural Change, Oxford, Butterworth-Heinemann.
Brown, A. (1992), Organisational culture: the key to effective leadership and organisational
development, Leadership and Organisation Development Journal, Vol. 13 No.2, pp.3-6.
Chakravarthy, B. and Handerson, J. (2007), From a hierarchy to a heterarchy of strategies: adapting
to a changing context, Management Decision, Volume 45 Number 3, pp. 642-652.
Collins, J.C. and Porras, J.I. (1996), Building Your Companys Vision, Harvard Business Review,
September/October, pp. 65-67.
Dangayach, G.S., and Deshmukh, S.G. (2001), Manufacturing Strategy Literature Review and Some
Issues, International Journal of Production & Operations Management, Volume 21, Number 7, pp.
884-932.
Davies, B. and Ellison, L. (2001), Organisational learning: building the future of a school,
International Journal of Educational Management, Volume 15, Number 2, pp. 78-85.
Davies, W. (2000), Understanding Strategy, Strategy & Leadership, Volume 28, Number 5, pp. 2530.
DeWit, B. and Meyer, R. (2005), Strategy Process, Content, Context (Third Edition), London,
Thomson.
DeWit, B. and Meyer, R. (2005), Strategy Synthesis (Second Edition), London, Thomson.
Hamel, G. and Prahalad, C.K. (1989), Strategic intent, Harvard Business Review, pp. 63-76.
Hasan, M.S. (2012), Strategic Management with Reference to a Real Life Example, Bangladesh
Journal of Public Administration, Volume 21, Number 1, pp. 77-98.
Heracleous, L. (1998), Strategic thinking or strategic planning? Long Range
Planning, Vol. 31, No. 3, pp.481-7.
Johnson, G. and Scholes, K. (2003), Exploring Corporate Strategy, (Sixth edition), New Delhi, India,
Prentice-Hall of India Private Limited.

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25.

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27.

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30.

Kaplan, R.S. and Norton, D.P. (2001), The Strategy Focused Organisation, Boston.
Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation.
Landrum, N.E., Howell, J.P. and Paris L. (2000), Leadership for strategic change,
Leadership & Organization Development Journal, Volume 21, Number 3, pp. 150-156.
Luthans, F. (2012), Organizational Behavior (Twelfth edition), New York, McGraw Hill Book
Companies.
Maull, R., Brown, P. and Cliffe, R. (2001), Organisational culture and quality improvement,
International Journal of Operations & Production Management, Volume 21, Number 3, pp. 302-326.
Mc Guinness, T. (2005), The effect of market and learning orientation on strategy dynamics. The
contributing effect of organisational change capability, European Journal of Marketing. Volume 39,
Number 11/12, pp. 1306-1326.
Rigby, E. (2005), M&S sells ill-fated Life store for Pounds 43m, Financial Times, 9 August [online]
available.
Rippin, A. (2005), Marks and Spencerwaiting for the warrior: A case examination of the gendered
nature of change management Journal of Organizational Change Management, Volume 18 Number
6, pp. 578-593.
Schatzki, T. R. (2005), The sites of organizations. Organization Studies Volume 26, Number 5, pp.
465484.
Schermerhorn, J.R., Hunt, J.G. and Osborn, R.N. (2005), Organizational Behavior (ninth edition),
New Jersey, John Wiley & Sons.
Wright, D.T. and Burns, N.D. (1998), New organisation structures for global business: an empirical
study, International Journal of Operations & Production Management, Volume 18, Number 9/10, pp.
896-923.
Module 07: Important Statutory Service Laws in Bangladesh

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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13.

The Constitution of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh, Government Publication.


Bangladesh Service Rules-Part 1, Government Publication.
Establishment Manual Vol.-I and II ,Government Publication.
Kreitner, Robert, Management, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston New York, 9th Edition, 2004.
Byars, Rue, Management, IRWIN, London, Seventh Edition, 1995.
Black, J. Stewart, Porter, W. Lyman, Management, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey,
2000.
Flippo, Ediwin B., Personnel management, New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co.
Lewis, Chad T. et. al. (1990), Managerial Skills in Organizations, Singapore, Boston, London: Allyn and
Bacon.
Bangladesh Service Rules Part-I, Government Publication.
Establishment Manual - Vol-I & II, Government Publication.
Fundamental Rules & Subsidiary Rules, Government Publication.
Office Secrecy Act.
The Bengal Records Manual, 1943.
Module 08: Modern Office Management

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

The Constitution of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh.


General Financial Rules (GFR)
Rules of Business, 1996
Office Memorandum No. FM/FD/Exctr.1/DP-1/2000/2 Dated 03.02.2005.
General Provident Fund Rules 1979
Benevolent Fund Rules 1982

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7. Group Insurance Rules 1982


8. Local Audit Manual, Local and Revenue Audit Department.

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Module 09: Financial Management


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

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Avjg, gvnv` kwdDj I Avjg gvnv` kvn (Rvby. 2011) miKvix PvKwii wewagvjv
Adhikary, Lal Bahadur (July 2013), Income Tax Manual, Part 1 & II
wgqv, gvnv` wdivR (2010), Av`k msiY, evsjv`k mvwfm ijm
wgqv, gvZvnvi nvmb (1987) 2q msiY, evRUvix wmg
Finance Division, Ministry of Finance, General Financial Rules & Treasury Rules
eq wbqY AbywefvM, A_ gYvjq (2009), Avw_K gZv Acb Av`k
Arndt, Sven W et al, (ed) (1985) Exchange Rates, Trade and the U.S. Economy,
Module 10: Governmental System & Essential Laws

1. The Constitution of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh.


2. The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898.
3. Constitution, Constitutional Laws and Politics: Bangladesh Perspective; Md. Abdul Halim
4. Bangladesh: Constitution Quest for Autonomy; Ahmed, Moudud (Dhaka UPL, 1978)
5. Constitutional law of Bangladesh; Mahmudul Islam (Dhaka: Bangladesh Institute of law and
International Affairs, 1995)
6. Bangladesh Constitution: Trends and Issues; Justice Mustafa Kamal ,(Dhaka: Dhaka University, 1994)
7. (-, ), :
8.

9.

10. , :

11. , : .
Local Government in Bangladesh, Edited by Kamal Siddiqui, 2nd Revised ed. Dhaka UPL 1995.
Principles of Local level Planning in Bangladesh. By M Zillur Rahman. NILG. 1986.
Local Government in South Asia. Edited by Kamal Siddiqui. UPL Dhaka, 1995.
Development of Local Government in Bangladesh, Mohammad Faizullah. National Institute of Local
Government, Dhaka 1987.
16. Theory of Local Government. Md. Akbar Ali Khan and M.A. Muttalib. Sterling publishers Private Limited.
17. Local Government in the Modern State, Martin Loughlin. London Sweet & Maxwell 1986.
12.
13.
14.
15.

Module 11: Public Sector Management


Public Administration and Public Affairs, Nicholas Henry, Prentice Hall of India.
Development Administration, Dr. RK Sapru, Deep & Deep Publishers, India.
Development Administration, RD Sharma, HK Publications & Distributors, India.
Development Administration, TN Chaturvedi (Edited), Indian Institute of Public Administration.
Public Management & Administration, Owene E. Hughes, McMillan Press Limited (UK).
Administrative Reforms in Bangladesh, Mohammad Mohabbat Khan, UPL, Dhaka.
Administrative Reforms, PR Dubhashi, BR Publishing Corporation, Delhi.
Towards Good Governance in Bangladesh, Kamal Siddiqui, UPL, Dhaka.
Governance: South Asian Perspective, Hasnat Abdul Hye (Edited), UPL, Dhaka.
Ombudsman for Bangladesh, Ali Ahmed, Academic Publishers, Dhaka.
Ahmed, M.(ed.) (1998) Public Service Management: Achieving Quality Performance in the 21st
Century, Manila, Eastern Regional Organisation for Public Administration.
12. Collins, P. and Kaul, M. (1995), Governments in transition: towards a new public administration. Public
Administration and Development, Vol. 15 (3): 201-208.
13. Chueng, A (1996) Performance Pledges-Power to the Consumer or a Quagmire in Public Service
Legitimation? International Journal of Public Administration, Vol. 19(2): 233-259.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

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14. Commonwealth Secretariat (1995) From Problem to Solution: Commonwealth Strategies for Reform,
London.
15. Commonwealth Secretariat (1996) Current Good Practices and New Developments in Public Services
Management: The Commonwealth Portfolio, London.
16. Halachmi, A (1995) Re-engineering and Public Management: Some Issues and Considerations,
International Review of Administrative Sciences, Vol. 61(4): 104-112.
17. Hill, C.W.C. and Jones, G.R. (2001) Strategic Management: An Integrated Approach (5th edition),
Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company.
18. Ingstrup, O. and Crookall, P. (1998) The Three Pillars of Public Management: Secrets of Sustained
Success, Mcgill-Queens University Press, Montreal.
19. Kaul, Mohan (1998) Introducing New Approaches: Improved Public Service Delivery, London,
Commonwealth Secretariat.
20. Khan, M. M. (1998) Administrative Reforms in Bangladesh, Dhaka, The University Press Limited.
21. Lane, Jan-Erik (ed.) (1997) Public Sector Reform: Rationale, Trends and Problems, London, Sage
Publications.
22. Minogue, M., Polidano, C. and Hulme, D. (ed.) (1998) Beyond the New Public Management: Changing
Ideas and Practices in Governance, Chelteham, Edward Elgar.
23. PARC (2000) Public Administration for 21st Century: Report of the Public Administration Reform
Commission, Bangladesh, Dhaka.
24. Schick, A. (1998) 'Why Most Developing Countries Should Not Try New Zealand's Reforms', World
Bank Research Observer, 13(1): 85-92.
25. Sundaram, P.S.A. (1997) Recent Initiatives for Administrative Reform in India The Indian Journal of
Public Administration, Vol-XLIII (3): 553-559.

Module 12: Gender and Development


1. First Call of Children: a booklet published by UNICEF
2. First Periodic report of the Government under the Convention on the Right of the Child, M/O Women
and Children Affairs, December 2000
3. The State of the World Children 2004, UNICEF.
4. Gender and Development Training Manual for Bangladesh Civil servants, CBGM project, Module-2.
Theoretical Context of Gender, UNDP Dhaka, Bangladesh.
5. OECD Development Assistance committee 1998, source book on concept and approaches linked to
gender equality, OECD Paris.
6. Oxfam 1994, The Oxfam Gender Training Manual, Oxfam London.
7. A curriculum for the Training of Trainers in gender mainstreaming, FEMNET, African Womens
Development and Communication Network, 2004.
8. Social Mobilization Strategies for Elimination of Gender Discrimination in Bangladesh, Edited by M.
Mahbubur Rahman Morshed, Published by BPATC and UNFPA, 2002.
Module 13: Integrity in Public Administration
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Making a Anti Corruption Agencies more effectives.


Jeremy Pope and Frank Vogl
<http://cism.my/cismv2/uploads/articles>
Ethics in Public administration Management
H George Frederickson and Richard K. Ghere, Editors. Second >
Mashite, Hiroyuki, Theology, Ethics and Meta-physics
Begum, Hasna, Ethics in Social Practice.

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9.
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11.
12.
13.

Sterba, James P., Ethics: Classical Western.


Rohr, John A., Ethics for Bureaucrats.
Werhane, Patricia H, Business Ethics.
Sterpa, Jame P., Ethics.
Banks, Sarah, Ethical Issues in Youth Work.
Sadeq, Abul Hasan, Ethics in Business and Management.

Module 14: Macroeconomic Management and Module 15: Economic Development:


Bangladesh Perspectives
1. Asian Development Bank, Macroeconomic Management and Government Finance, Oxford University
Press (2009), India.
2. Amelia U. Santos-Paulino (2004): "Trade Liberalization and the Balance of Payments in Selected
Developing Countries," Manchester School, University of Manchester, vol. 72(1), pages 100-118, 01.
3. Arndt, Sven W et al, (ed 1985) Exchange Rates, Trade and the U.S. Economy, Cambridge: Ballinger
Publishing Company.
4. Bangladesh Bank, Statistics Department, Monthly Economic Trends, Various issues.
5. Bangladesh Bank, Statistics Department, Annual Report, Various issues.
6. Bhattacharya, B.B.(2006): Macroeconomic Reforms, Growth and Stability, Oxford University Press,
India.
7. Desai, Padma (ed. 1997) Going Global: Transition from Plan to Market in the World Economy,
Cambridge: The MIT Press.
8. Ephraim, Kleiman (2010): Externalities and Public Goods in the Talmud, The Oxford Handbook of
Judaism and Economics ,DOI:10.1093/oxfordhb/ 9780195398625.013.0005, The Oxford University
Press, India.
9. GOB, External Resources Division (ERD), Aid Management in Bangladesh-2011.
10. GOB, External Resources Division, Flow of External Resources into Bangladesh, Various issues.
11. GOB, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh Economic Review-2013.
12. GOB, Ministry of Planning, Sixth Five Year Plan (FY2011-FY2015).
13. Hanson, J.L. and Orchard, E.W (1983) Monetary Theory and Practice, London and plymouth: The
English Language Book Society and Mac Donald & Evans Ltd.
14. Jhingan, M.L (1998) Micro Economic Theory, Delhi: Vrinda Publications (p) Ltd.
15. Lachmann, Ludwig M.(1969): "Methodological Individualism and the Market Economy," In Roads to
Freedom: Essays in Honour of Friedrich A. von Hayek, edited by Eric Streissler, et al., pp. 89-104.
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.
16. Lulsey, Jane (ed. 2002) International Economic Regulation, Burlington: Ashgate Publishing Company.
17. Mankiw (2007) Macroeconomics.
18. Mankiw, N. Gregory (1998): Principles of Economics, The Dryden Press (Tokyo)
19. McConnell, Campbell R. and Stanley Brue (2004): Principles of Economics, sixteenth edition, New York:
McGraw-Hill / Irwin.
20. Murshed, Syed Mansoob (1997) Macro Economics For Open Economics, London: The Dryden Press.
21. Parveen, Farida (2005) Currency Devaluation as a Strategy for Export Promotion and Resource
Reallocation Toward the Tradable Goods Sector, Bank Parikrama-A Journal of Banking & Finance, Vol
30, No. 1.
22. Rajan, Ramkishen S. (2009): Monetary, Investment and Trade Issues, Oxford University Press, India.
23. Ray, Partha (2013): Monetary Policy, The Oxford University Press, India
24. Richard G. Lipsey et al. (1990): Economics (9th edition), Longman Higher Education; ISBN-13: 9780060439088.

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25. Samad (2009) Macroeconomic Stability and Investment Opportunity in Bangladesh, Paper Presented at
Investment Conference and Road Show on Power and Energy Projects, Millennium Gloucester Hotel &
Conference Centre, London, 15-16 December 2009.
26. Samuelson, Paul. A and Temin, Peter (1976) Economics, Tokyo: Mc Graw-Hill Kogakusha Ltd.
27. Sen, Amartya (2006): Development as Freedom, Oxford University Press, New Delhi
28. Sikder, Soumyen (2011): Principal of Macroeconomics (Second Edition), Oxford University Press, India.
29. Todaro, Michael P, (1992) Economic Development in the Third World, New York & London: Longman.
Module 16: Environment and Disaster Management
1. UNDP, Human Development Report -2013.
2. Sustainable Development: Concepts and Issues
a. GED, Planning Commission, 2013, National Sustainable Development Strategy, 2013.
b. Meadows, D. H., 2008, Thinking in Systems: A Primer, EARTHSCAN, UK.
c. UNDP, 2011, Human Development Report (Chapter-1).
3. Environmental Pollution in Bangladesh
a. DoE, 2010, National 3R Strategy for Waste Management.
4. Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in Bangladesh
a. MoEF, 2009, Bangladesh Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan, 2009.
b. Climate Change Unit, MoEF. 2007, Climate Change and Bangladesh.
c. Adger, W.N., Lorenzoni, I., OBrien, K.L. 2009, Adapting to Climate Change: Thresholds, Values,
Governance, Cambridge University Press, UK.
5. National Disaster Management Strategy in Bangladesh.
a. DMRD, 2010, National Plan for Disaster Management, 2010-2015.
6. Issues of Environmental Governance
a. Park, J., Conca, K. & Finger, M., 2008 (Eds.), The Crisis of Global Environmental Governance:
Towards a New Political Economy of Sustainability, Routledge, London.
7. Renewable Energy and Development.
a. Khan, I., Alam, F. & Alam, Q., 2013, The global climate change and its effect on power generation
in Bangladesh, Energy Policy, Vol-61, pp.1460-1470.
b. Uddin, S.N., Taplin, R., 2009, Trends in renewable energy strategy development and the role of
CDM in Bangladesh, Energy Policy, Vol-37, pp.282-289.
Module 17: Project Management and Module 18 Procurement Management
1. APM (No Date) APM Body of Knowledge, 6th edition, available at: http://www.apm.org.uk/BOK6.
2. British Standards Institution (2013) BS 6079-1: 2010 Project management Principles and guidelines for
the management of projects, available at:
http://shop.bsigroup.com/ProductDetail/?pid=000000000030170007.
3. IT Governance (2003-2013) BS6079-1 Guide to Project Management (Hardcopy), available at:
http://www.itgovernance.co.uk/shop/p-398-bs6079-1-bs-6079-1-guide-to-project-managementhardcopy.aspx#.Uq9hR-KAC1s.
4. Maylor, H. (2010), Project Management, Fourth edition, Harlow: Pearson Education Limited.
5. Meredith J. R. And Mantel S. J. (2012) Project Management: A Managerial Approach, eighth edition,
Singapore: John Wiley and Sons Singapore Pte. Ltd.
6. OGC (2009) Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2, 5th edition, Norwich: The Stationary Office.
7. PMI (2013) A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), fifth edition,
Pennsylvania: Project Management Institute, Inc.
8. Public Procurement Act 2006, Government of Bangladesh.
9. Public Procurement Rules 2008, Government of Bangladesh.

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Module-19: Basics of Social Research


1. Abedin M. Zainul,(1996) A Hand Book of Research for the Fellows of M. Phil and Ph.D. Programmes.
Dhaka: Book Syndicate.
2. Adams, Gerald R. and Schvaneveldt, Jay D. (1985), Understanding Research Methods, New York:
Longman.
3. Aminuzzaman M. Salahuddin, (1991) Introduction to Social Research. Dhaka: Bangladesh Publishers.
4. Khaleque et al. (1990) A text book on Research Methodology in Social Science. Dhaka: Hasan Book
House.
5. Babbie, E. (1986), The Practice of Social Research, California, Wadsworth Publishing Co.
6. Brenner, Michael, Brown, Jennifer, and Canter, David (1987), The Research Interview: Uses and
Approaches, London, Academic Press Inc. Ltd.
7. Bynner, John and Stribley, Keith M. (1986), Social Research: principles and procedures, New York, The
Open University Press.
8. Creswell, John W. (1998), Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design, India: New Delhi.
9. Douglas, Jack D. (1976), Investigative Social Research, UK: London.
10. Ghosh, B. N. (1985), Scientific Method & Social Research, 3rd edition. India: New Delhi.
11. Goode, William J. and Poul K. Hatt (1981), Methods in Social Research, Singapore: McGraw-Hill Book
Company.
12. Gupta, S. (1993). Research Methodology and Statistical Techniques, New Delhi: Deep and Deep
Publications.
13. Hannagan, T. J. (1986), Mastering Statistics, 2nd edition. London: Macmillan.
14. Hobbs, Nicholas (1968) Ethical Issues in the Social Science, in David Sills (ed.), International
Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, Volume 5. New York: The Macmillan Company and the Free
Press.
15. Iyengar, T.K.S., Rao, Ramakrishna, M. and Chary, S.L.V. (ed.) (1978), and Techniques of Technical
Report Writing, New Delhi: Allied Publishers Private Limited.
16. Langer, Elinor (1966) Human Experimentation: New York Verdict Affirms Patients Rights, Science
152:663-666.
17. Mian, Muhammad Ali (1984), an Introduction to Statistics, 4th ed. Dhaka: Ideal.
18. Mir Obaidur Rahman, Introductory Quantitative Methods: A Policy Approach.
19. Mostafa, M.G. (1981), Methods of Statistics, 2nd ed. Dhaka: Anwari-2
20. Naiman, Arnold (1977), Understanding Statistics, 2nd ed. New York: McGrow-Hill,
21. Sharma, R. D. (1988), Research Methodology in Social Sciences, 1st ed. India: New Delhi.
Module 20: Important Contemporary Issues
1. Agere, S. and Mandaza, I. (1999) Enhancing Policy Development and Management in the Public
Service, Managing the Public Service Strategies for Improvement Series: No.8, London,
Commonwealth Secretariat.
2. Aminuzzaman, S. (2002) 'Public Policy Making in Bangladesh: An Overview', Public Money and
Management.
3. Anderson, J.E. (1984) Public Policy Making (3rd edition), New York, Holt Richard and Winston.
4. Dror, Y. (1964) Muddling Through-Science or Inertia, Public Administration Review, 24:153-157.
5. Dye, T.R. (1978) Understanding Public Policy (3rd edition ) Englewood Cliffs, Prentice Hall, Inc.
6. Easton, D. (1965) A Systems Analysis of Political Life. London, John Wiley.
7. Edwards, M (2001) Social Policy, Public Policy - From Problem to Practice, Sydney, Allen & Urwin.
8. Hill, M. (1997) The Policy Process in a Modern State. New York, Prentice Hall.
9. Keeley, J. and Scoones, I. (1999) Understanding Environmental Policy Processes: A Review, IDS
Working Paper 89, Brighton, Sussex, Institute of Development Studies.

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10. Palumbo, D.J. and Calista, D.J. (1990) Implementation and the Policy Process: Opening Up the Black
Box. New York, Greenwood Press.
11. Sapru, R.K. (1994), Public Policy: Formulation, Implementation and Evaluation, New Delhi, Sterling
Publications.
12. Van Meter, D. and Van Horn, C.E. (1975) The Policy Implementation Process: A Conceptual
Framework, Administration and Society, 6 (4): 445-488.
13. Anand, Sudhir and Amartya Sen, 1994. Human Development Index: Methodology and Measurement.
Working Paper 12. Human Development Report Office. UNDP, New York.
14. In search of Indicators of Culture and Development: Review of Progress and Proposals for Next Steps.
Paper Prepared for the World Cultural Report 1999. New York.
15. Haq, Mahbubul, 1990. Human Development Paradigm (mimeo). Human Development Report Office,
UNDP, New York.
16. Measurement of Human Development: Evolution of Indices and Indicators. Paper Presented at the
First Global Forum on Human Development. New York, July.
17. Measurements of Human Development: Seven Questions. Presentation at the First Human
Development Course at Oxford University. U.K. September.
18. Sen, Amartya, 1998. Mahbub Ul Haq: The Courage and Creativity of His Ideas. Speech at the
Memorial Meeting for Mahbub Ul Haq at the United Nations. New York,
19. Chadha, Skylark (1989): Managing Projects in Bangladesh: A Scenario Analysis of Institutional
Environment for Development Projects. University Press Limited, Dhaka.
20. Cleland, David I. and King, William R. (1985).: System Analysis and Project Management. McGraw-Hill
Book Company, International Student Edition, Humburg....New Delhi.
21. Imam, Kazi Hasan (1999): Sustainability of BPATC Project: A Case Study. In: Lokproshason
Shamoeeky: a Quarterly Journal of Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre, Savar, Dhaka,
Bangladesh, vol. September, 1998, No. 12, pp. 65-74 and Vol. June,1999, No. 13,pp. 1-36.
22. Imam, Kazi Hasan (2001): Curriculum Development and Evaluation of ACAD. Bangladesh Public
Administration Training Centre, Savar, Dhaka.
23. Imam, Kazi Hasan (2003) : Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development: Bangladesh
Perspectives. 1st Edition, Paragon Publishers, Dhaka.
24. Khan, Ansar Ali (1991): Project Evaluation. Students- Friend Book House, Dhaka.
25. Majid, M.A.(1995): Project Management. Bangla Academy, Dhaka.
26. Majid, M. A. (2001): Project Monitoring and Evaluation System. M & M Publishers, Dhaka.
27. Newbold, Robert C. (1988).: Project Management in the Fast Lane: Applying the Theory of
Constraints.The St. Lucie Press, New York, Washington D.C.
Module 21: Language Skills
1. Cambridge IELTS (2007-2008). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (All Volumes)
2. Cameron, Ponny & Todd, Vanessa (2004-2005). The New Prepare for IELTS Academic Modules.
Sydney NSW: Insearch UTS.
3. Hawthorn (2002). IELTS to Success, Preparation Tips and Practice Tests. Australia: John Willey &
Sons Australia Ltd.
4. Hornby, A.S. (2006). Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
5. McCarter, Sam & Ash, Judith (2003). IELTS Test builder. Oxford: Macmilan Publishers Limited.
6. Sahanaya, Weady & Hughes, Terri (2002). IELTS Preparation and Practice. Oxford: Oxford University
Press.

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Module 22: Art of Reviewing


1. Muslim, Syed Naquib (1999) Public Speaking and Writing Seminar Paper, Syndicate Report, Book
review; Theory and Practice, Dhaka, BPATC.
2. Rahman, Mir Obaidur, ed.(1997) Book Review on Local Government in Bangladesh, by Dr. Kamal
Siddiqui in Bangladesh Journal of Public Administration. Vol. VI, No.1. (Annual Issue) 1997, Dhaka,
BPATC.
3. Osborn, Michael and Osborn, Suzanne (1999) Public Speaking, Boston, Houghton Mifflin.Turner, Stuart
(1991) Public Speaking in Business, How to Make a Success of Meetings, Speeches, Conferences and
all Business Presentation. London, McGraw-Hill.
4. Rahman, Hasibur (2000) Book Review Programme in Advanced Course on Administration and
Development (ACAD) and in Foundation Training Course: A case study, Dhaka, BPATC.
Module 23: ICT and e-Governance
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Bouwman, H et al (2005). Information & Communication Technology in Organizations. London: SAGE.


Imran, A, Gregor, S and Turner, T. (2013 eGovernent Management for Developing Countries.
Canberra: NCISR.
Murray, K (2006). First Look 2007 Microsoft Office System. Washington: Microsoft Press.
Islam, Tariqul: Computer Trouble Shooting. Gyankosh Prakashoni, Dhaka
Bayroze, A.Frozen: Data Communication & Networking
Nance, Barry: Data Communication & Networking.
Module 24: Physical Conditioning and Games

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3.
4.
5.
6.
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9.
10.

Fox, Borwers, Foss, Exercise Physiology.


Hardyail Singh, Sports Training.
Dr. A.K. Uppal, Sports Training.
Zegler, Sports Management.
I.B.F. Official Rules Book of Basketball.
F.I.F.A. Official Rules Book of Football.
I.V.E Official Rules Book of Volleyball.
I.C.C. Official Rules Book of Cricket.
I.T.F. Official Rules Book of Tennis.
I.H.F. Official Rules Book of Handball.

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Annexure-5

Profile of the Rector


Higher Education:
Mr. A.L.M. Abdur Rahman ndc has completed BA (Hons.) and MA in
Economics from Chittagong University. Mr. Rahman also completed M.
Phil in National Security Studies from Bangladesh University of
Professionals. He made National Defence Course from National Defence
College, Bangladesh.He attended academic courses at Asian Institute of
Technology(AIT) Bangkok Thailand, University of Manchester, UK, Civil
Service College, UK and Open University, Malaysia.
Training:
Mr. Rahman underwent Foundation Training Course at Bangladesh Public Administration Training
Centre (BPATC), Savar, Dhaka, 8th Financial Rules and Procedure Course at BPATC, Savar, Dhaka,
English Language Course at British Council, Dhaka, 4th Special Course on Law & Administration at
BCS(Admin) Academy, District Attachment Programme at Tangail Collectorate, Survey and Settlement
Training at DTE of Land Records and Survey, Awareness Course on Disaster Management at Disaster
Management Bureau and Land Management Training Course at Land Administration Training
Centre.He attended Management, Accounting, Auditing & Budgeting course (MAAB) at Financial
Management Academy, 38th Advanced Course on Administration and Development (ACAD) at BPATC,
3rd Advanced Course on Training of Trainers at Bangladesh Society for Training & Development and
43rd Senior Staff Course at BPATC. He participated courses like, Gender & Development at National
Academy for Educational Management (NAEM), Dhaka and E-File Management System at PACC,
Ministry of Public Administration.
He also completed Development of Administrative Information System in a LAN Environment and
Project Monitoring and Evaluation Course at AIT, Bangkok, Thailand, Need Assessment, Monitoring,
Evaluation & Information Generation at Society for Development Studies(SDS), Delhi, India, Managing
at The Top (MATT-2) Stage-2 at the University of Manchester, UK and Strengthening Government
through Capacity Development at Civil Service College, UK He visited UK, Thailand, Malaysia,
Singapore, Turkey, Canada, Netherlands, Hungary, South Korea and Austria for other training and
Study tour.
Professional Career:
Mr. Rahman has a very brilliant and colorful Professional Career. He joined the Bangladesh Civil
Service (Admin) Cadre as a member of 1982 Regular Batch.
He worked in the following capacities:
1. Assistant Secretary, Finance Division, Ministry of Finance.
2. Senior Assistant Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture.
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3. Senior Assistant Secretary, Cabinet Division.


4. Thana Nirbahi Officer, Companiganj, Noakhali.
5. Senior Assistant Secretary, Ministry of Establishment.
6. Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC), Naogaon.
7. Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Chittagong Hill Tracts Affairs.
8. Chief Executive Officer, Local Govt Parisad, Khagrachari.
9. Deputy Secretary, Personal Division, Presidents Office.
10. Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Establishment.
11. Joint Secretary, Ministry of Chittagong Hill Tracts Affairs.
12. Joint Secretary, Ministry of Establishment.
13. Director General, Department of Printing and Publications.
14. Chairman, Bangladesh Road Transport Authority.
15. Additional Secretary, Ministry of Water Resources.

Personal Details:
Mr. Rahman was born on 10th April 1958 in Chittagong district at Sandwip. His spouse Mrs. Shahnaj
Begum has been working as Assistant General Manager, Bangladesh Development Bank Ltd. (BDBL).
He is blessed with two daughters- Nushrat Jahan and Noushin Nawer.Nushrat completed her
Graduation from BUET and Masters from Dhaka University. Now she is making Masters at the
University of Alberta , Canada. Noushin got her Masters in Economics from Dhaka University.
Publications:
Mr. Rahman is a regular contributor on arts, culture, literature, administration and management in
dailies and periodicals. He has in his credit two professional articles published in the journal of National
Defence College, Bangladesh and BCS (Admin) Academy. A book of his monographs namelyBangladesh Nation State : Babgabandhu and Other Issues has already been published recently.

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List of Faculty Members


(in random orders)
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A.L. M. Abdur Rahman ndc, Rector


A. S. Shameem Ahmed (Additional Secretary), MDS
Md. Mahmudul Hassan PhD, (Additional Secretary), MDS
Md. Zaydul Hoque Molla, ndc (Additional Secretary), MDS
Ranajit Kumar Sen, (Additional Secretary) MDS
Bainik Gour Sunder, MDS
Md. Mizanur Rahman (Joint Secretary), Director
Syed Mizanur Rahman, Joint Secretary, Director (LTA)
Ali Yusuf Muhammad Sultan Noor, (Joint Secretary), Director (Economic Theory)
Md. Abdul Hakim, Director (Public Administration)
Dr. Rizwan Khair, Director (IP)
AKM Enamul Haque, Director (BS)
Dr. Shah Alam, joint Secretary, Director (Planning and Dev.)
Abdul Baki, Director (Project)
Md. Shohel Imam Khan, Director (Research and Development)
Mollick Syed Mahbub, Director (Administration)
Md. A. Razzaque Sarker, Director (Development)
Kazi Hasan Imam, Director (Evaluation)
Mohammad Moshiour Rahman, Director (Sports)
Md.Golam Mahede, Director (ToT)
Md. Shafiqul Haque, Director (R&D)
SM Zobayer Enamul Karim, PhD, Director (Economic Theory)
Muhammad Ziaul Islam, Systems Analyst (C.C)
Dr. Md. Saiful Islam, Deputy Director (Evaluation)
A.F.M. Amir Hussain, Deputy Director (Publication)
Dr. Mohammed Amjed Hossain, Deputy Director (Finance)
Md. Jahidul Islam, , Deputy Director (Project)
Mohammad Razibul Islam, Deputy Director (Administration)
Md. Masudur Rahman Bhuiyan, Deputy Director (MIS)

Name & Designation

Code
Rector
Shameem
Mahmud
Zayed
Ranajit
Bainik
Mizan
Mizan
Noor
Hakim
Rizwan
Enam
Alam
Baki
Shohel
Mallik
Razzak
Hasan
Moshiour
Mahede
Shafiq
Zobayer
Ziaul
Saiful
Amir
Amjed
Jahid
Razib
Masud

Begum Selina Zaman, Deputy Director (Evaluation)


M. Arifur Rahman PhD, Deputy Director (Management)
Md. Atikuzzaman, Deputy Director (Government System)
BM Benojir Ahmed, Deputy Director (Behivour Science)
Rokeya Fahmida,PhD, Deputy Director (Operation)
Md. Sharif Hasan, Deputy Director (Planning & Development)
Md. Abul Basher, Deputy Director
Mehedi Masud, Deputy Director (PPR)
Mostak Ahmed, Deputy Director (IP)
ATM Arif Hossain, Deputy Director (Sports)
Mohammad Saiful Islam, Programmer
Mohammad Safiuzzaman Bhuiyan, Deputy Director (Finance)
K.M. Abdul Kader, Deputy Director (ST)
Mohammad Rezaul Karim, Deputy Director
Dr. Md. Mostafizur Rahman, Medical Officer

Selina
Arif
Atik
Benojir
Fahmida
Sharif
Basher
Mehedi
Mostak
Arif
Saiful(P)
Safi
Kader
Reza
Mostafiz

48

45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.

Dr. Syed Shamsul Arefin, Medical Officer


Md. Motaher Hossain, Deputy Director
Dr. Md. Moshiur Rahman, Deputy Director
Abu Naser Mohammad Sajidul Ahsan, Senior Research Officer
Dr. Md. Arafe Zawad, Assistant Director (Sports)
Nasrin Sultana, Assistant Director

Arefin
Motaher
Moshiur
Sajid
Zawad
Nasrin

Dr. Rashed Sarowar Alam, Medical Officer


Dr. Jesmin Akhter Jahan, Medical Officer
Tanjur Ahmed Joarder, Assistant Programmer
Mohammad Altab Hossain, Assistant Programmer
Md. Amir Khasru, Assistant Director (Protocol)
Mohammad Mamun, Research Officer
Farjana Afroze, Assistant Director (Sports)
Jakia Sultana, Evaluation Officer
Nasrin Akter, Evaluation Officer

Sarowar
Dr. Jahan
Tanjur
Altab
Khasru
Mamun
Farjana
Jakia
Nasrin

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Anexure

List of Registered Participants


Section A
Roll

Participant Name

Designation

Work Station

101

TAMANNA AKTER
SHARMIN

102

MD. AL AMIN

103

MOST. SHAHINA AKTER

Assistant Commissioner
(Customs)
Assistant Commissioner

104

Md. Ashikur Rahman

ASP(AC)

CMP, Chittagong

105

Ahad Md. Syeed Haider

Assistant Director(Program)

Bangladesh Betar, Agargoan

106

A.T.M. MORSHED

Assistant Commissioner

DC Office, Sunamganj

107

MahmudaAkter

Upazila Fisheries Officer

Bandar, Narayanganj

108

Md. Tariq Rahman

ASP

Satkhira District

109

JIBANGSHU DAS

Trainer

Agriculture Training Institute,


Doulatpur, Khulna

110

MST.AFRUZA DIL
TAMANNA

Assistant Engineer

PW PECU Circle, Dhaka

111

SYED MORAD ALI

Assistant Commissioner

112

Mohammad Humayan
Rashid

Assistant Commissioner

113

MD. MAHMUDUR RAHMAN


KHONDOKER

Assistant Commissioner

Office of the Divisional


Commissioner, Barishal

114

Humaira Binte Hasan

Assistant Engineer

PWD(Reserve), Dhaka

115

JAHIRUL ISLAM

OP&F Dhaka, Bangladesh


Railway

116

JABUNNASA

Assistant Mechanical
Engineer
Assistant
Commissioner(Customs)

117

Md Sohrowardy Hossain

ASP

RRF Rangpur

118

S. M. RUHUL AMIN

Assistant Enginineer/Sub
Divisional Engineer

PW E/M Sub-division,
Faridpur

119

Roslina Parven

Assistant Commissioner

DC Office, Khulna

120

Md. Mortahin Billah

ASP

Rab-1, Uttara

121

Mohammed Zuber Alam

Assistant Commissioner

Office of the Divisional


Commissioner, Mymensingh

122

MST. MARZIA KHATOON

District Legal Aid Officer

Rangpur

123

MD. ZAKARIA HOSSAIN

Family Planning officer

Sariakandi, Bogra

124

Md. Tariqul Islam

Assistant Commissioner

Office of the Divisional


Commissioner, Khulna

125

Md. Shahidulislam

ASP

SB, Dhaka

Assistant Commissioner

50

Office of the Divisional


Commissioner, Chittagong
Customs House, Dhaka
DC Office, Gopalganj

Office of the Divisional


Commissioner, Dhaka
Office of the Divisional
Commissioner, Chittagong

Customs House, Chittagong

Mobile number and


E-mail ID

01716092676
tamannasharmin1988@
gmail.com
01765187730
exploreamin@gmail.com
01752742184
01630472473
ashik.34@gmail.com
01617157505
anusaad@gmail.com
01672019656
get.morshed@yahoo.com
01677780164
mmukta.bau2@gmail.com
01769690913
tariqdipu@gmail.com
01710368402
jolsaya@gmail.com
01688700653
tamannapwd@gmail.com
01676322874
moradsyed_du@yahoo. com
01911929936
rashid.humayan@gmail. com
01714323355
khondoker_sumon@Yahoo.c
om
01716109961
hasan_humaira@yahoo. com
01717275767
jahir_engr@yahoo.com
01732522208
jebunnesa10@gmail.com
01716552433
sohrowardy@gmail.com
01912598139
01799230702
roslinaparven@gmail.com
01712770270
mortahin@gmail.com
01816189340
zubairmme04@gmail.com
01710607482
marziakhatoon103@gmail.co
m
01918031742
zakariaufpo@gmail.com
01913168870
tari.bau209@gmail.com
01711936517
shahidul509@gmail.com

Roll

Participant Name

Designation

Work Station

126

Rumana Akter

Assistant Commissioner

127

HASHINUZZAMAN

ASP

128

Md. Mehdi Hasan

Assistant Commissioner

130

Sabeha Parvin

Scientific Officer

131

NAIM-UL-ALAM

ASP

132

MD. MAINUDDIN

Assistant Commissioner

133

Ahmedur Reza Chowdhury

Assistant
Commissioner(Customs)

Customs, Excise & VAT


Commissionerate, Sylhet

134

Marufa Begum Neli

Assistant Commissioner

Office of the Divisional


Commissioner, Chittagong

Assistant Engineer(Civil)

PWD Azimpur, Dhaka

ASP
Poultry Development
Officer

RAB Forces Head Quarters

135
136
137

MD. MAHMUDUL HASAN


LIMON
Goutam Dev
A.K.M. Baharul Islam
Talukder

DC Office, Barishal
Police Head Quarters,
Dhaka
Office of the Divisional
Commissioner, Khulna
LRI, Mohakhali, Dhaka
Police Head Quarters,
Dhaka
Office of the Divisional
Commissioner, Chittagong

Noakhali Sadar, Noakhali

138

Fargina Nasrin

ASP

139

Sharif Md . Al-Amin

Assistant
Commissioner(Customs)

In-Service Training Center,


Jhinaidaha
Customs, Excise & VAT
Commissionerate, Khulna

140

Md. Kamran Hossain

ASP

CMP, Chittagong

141

Sukla Roy

ASP

CID, Dhaka

142

Golam Mourshed

ASP

RAB Head Quarters, Dhaka

143

Ashrafuzzaman

ASP

8 APBN, Dhaka

144

Tania Moon

Assistant Commissioner

145

Jyotirmoy Golder

Assistant Director(Program)

146

Md. Nazmul Haque

ASP

147

Nusrat Jahan Khan

Assistant Commissioner

148

Md. Arsadul Ahmed

Assistant Commissioner

Office of the Divisional


Commissioner, Chittagong
Bangladesh Betar,
Chittagong
Police Head Quarter, Dhaka

51

Office of the Divisional


Commissioner, Dhaka
Office of the Divisional
Commissioner, Khulna

Mobile number and


E-mail ID
01716640006
rumana.du11@yahoo.com
01710887844
vaalobasi@yahoo.com
01720425425
mehdisumon@yahoo.com
01712502316
sosabiha@gmail.com
01711583404
remonalam@gmail.com
01818773159
mainuddin.econ@gmail.com
01722011804
rezachowdhury@rocketmail.c
om
01798787935
marufa_neli.duir@yahoo.
com
01719511513
limonbuet2006@gmail.com
01717191469
01718355031
lenin_ah@yahoo.com
01743105907
fnasrinasp@live.com
01558224602
smalamin26@yahoo.com
01713507366
kamranjanata@gmail.com
01948764379
suklaroy517@yahoo.com
01717474557
mourshed160@gmail.com
01913822809sashik2009@g
mail.com
01714352854Taniabcs34@g
mail.com
01717601330
jyotirmoychem33@gmail.com
01719265188nazmulabm@g
mail.com
01710082509
njahan2007@gmail.com
01716917659Uzzal589@
yahoo.com

Section B
Roll No.
201.

Name

Designation

Work station
DMP Traffic, Pallbi Zone, DMP,
Dhaka
District Information Office, Sherpur
DC Office, Rangamati
DC Office, Tangail
Public Works E/M Division-8,
Dhaka
Customs Excise & VAT
Commissionarate, Dhaka
DC Office, Moulvibazar

Mobile Number
01712986650

Abu Tyab Md. Arif Hossen

ASP

202.
203.
204.
205.

Al Faisal
B. M. Kudrat-A-Kuda
Biswajit Deb
Farhana Rahman

Information Officer
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Engineer (E/M)

206.

H. M. Kabir

207.
208.

Khondakar Md. Ikhtiar


Uddin Arafat
Konica Sarker

Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
Assistant Commissioner

209.

Kripasindhu Das

210.

Lipton Sarder

Assistant Tax
Commissioner
Inspector

211.
212.
213.
214.

Mahidul Islam
Mamunoor Rahman
Md. Ariful Haq Mridul
Md. Gholam Kibria

ASP
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Commissioner
Veterinary Surgeon

215.
216.
217.
218.
219.
220.

UFO
Judicial Magistrate
Assistant Engineer (E/M)
Assistant Director
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Secretary

Bheramara, Kushtia
Rangpur
Public Works Division-2, Rajshahi
RAB-14,CPC-3, Bhairab Camp
DC Office, Gopalgonj
MoFA, Dhaka

01723005807
01717134965
01556321298
01712539012
01718126996
01770457400

ASP

RAB-12, Sirajgonj

01745053193

222.

Md. Golam Sorower


Md. Hafijul Islam
Md. Kamruzzaman
Md. Mainul Islam
Md. Majharul Islam
Md. Morshedur Rahman
Talukder
Md. Mosiur Rahman
Mondol
Md. Salim Reza

Customs House, Chittagong

01722366546

223.
224.

Md. Yamin Hossain


Md.Abdur Rahman

Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Engineer

01732284841
01756777402

225.

Md.Shamim-Ul-Alam

DC Office, Panchagar
Periodic Maintenance Division,
Dhaka
Customs House, Chittagong

226.
227.

Meherunnessa
Mirazul Hauqe

01834926535
01713911009

228.

Mohammad Anisul
Karim
Mohammad Mahamudul
Haq

ASP

ATI, Sher-e-Banglanagar, Dhaka


Office of the Regional Manager,
Postal Life Insurance, Khulna
DMP, Dhaka

01765010907

230.

Mohammad Rezaul Haque

231.

Mohammed Ataur
Rahaman
Muhaiminur Rashid

Agriculture Extension
Officer
Veterinary Surgeon

Office of the Chief Controller of


Import & Export, Dhaka
Upazila Agriculture Office,
Kumarkhali, Kushtia
Upazila Livestock Office, Sylhet
Sadar, Sylhet
Agriculture Information Centre,
Sadar, Sylhet

221.

229.

232.

Veterinary Surgeon

Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
Trainer
APMG

Assistant Controller

Regional Farm
Information Officer

52

01718817382
01722488696
01722382118
01671591912
01737717067
01818854430

Upazila Livestock Office,


Babugonj, Barisal
Tax Zone15, Dhaka

01716225646

Fisheries Inspection & Quality


Control, khulna
DMP Head Quarter, Crime Section
DC Office, Sylhet
DC Office, Rajbari

01753507619

Upazila Livestock Office, Porsha,


Naogaon

01929223200

01712-615429
01710759595
01920986897
01754825400

01790187254

01717166822

01710296149
01736 824425
01718 429459

Roll No.
233.
234.

Name
Nafisa Akhter
Nazmun Nahar

Designation
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)

235.

Nusrat Sultana

236.

Rabeya Sharmin

Poultry Development
Officer
Veterinary Surgeon

237.

Rubaiat Islam

238.
239.
240.

Ruman Dey
Rumana Tanjin Antara
Sabina Yesmin

241.
242.

Samsun Nahar
Shaika Sharkia

Assistant Engineer/SDE
(E/M)
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Commissioner
Mushroom Development
Officer
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Engineer

243.
244.

Sifat-E-Jaha
Sifat-E-Rabban

Assistant Commissioner
ASP

245.
246.
247.

Syed Fayzul Islam


Tahsina Afrin Sharmin
Umma Nayer Sultana

Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Secretary
Assistant Engineer

53

Work station
DC Office, Tangail
Customs Excise & VAT
Commissionarate, Dhaka (South),
Dhaka
Govt. Poultry Farm, Tangail

Mobile Number
01710772797
01818216192

Upazila Livestock Office,


Lalmohan, Bhola
Public Works E/M Sub- Division,
Coxs Bazar
DC Office, Chapainawabgonj
DC Office, Natore
Mushroom Development Centre,
Savar, Dhaka
DC Office, Munshigonj
Technical Assistance for Subregional Transport Project
Preparatory Facility, Dhaka
DC Office, Dhaka
Logistic & Procurement, DMP,
Dhaka
DC Office, Sunamgonj
MoFA, Dhaka

01712382297

Public Works Project Division-3,


Dhaka

01674121081

01712250849
01937295336
01710894979
01688054786
01717263539
01716925077

01711070725
01717143198
01688301777
01717124211
01716848959

Section C

Roll

Participant Name

Designation

Work Station
Office of the Div. Com.
Rangpur
Customs Intelligence and
Investigation Directorate,
Dhaka

301

SAYEEMA HASAN

Assistant Commissioner

302

PRAVAT KUMAR SINGHA

Assistant Director
(Customs & Excise)

303

NAZMUN NAHAR

Assistant Commissioner of
Taxes

Tax Zone-2 Chittagong

304

MD. ARAFATUL ALAM

Assistant Commissioner

DC Office, Sherpur

305

MONJUR AHSAN

Assistant Commissioner

Office of the Div. Com.


Chittagong

306

MD. TARIQUL ISLAM

Assistant Commissioner of
Taxation

Tax Zone-4 Dhaka

307

MOUSUMI PAUL

Seed Certification Officer

Seed Certification
Agency, Mymensingh

308

ABU LICE MD. ELIUS ZIKU

Assistant Commissioner

DMP, Dhaka

309

SULAIMAN HOSSAIN

Assistant Commissioner

310

MAMATA AFRIIN

Assistant Commissioner

311

MD. YEANUR RAHMAN

Assistant Commissioner

312

JABER MD. SHOAIB

Assistant Commissioner

313

PANKAJ BARUA

ASP

314

KANIJ FATEMA

Assistant Engineer

Customs Bond Com.


Chittagong
Office of the Div. Com.
Chittagong
Office of the Div. Com.
Khulna
Office of the Div. Com.
Chittagong
Head Quarters
Dhaka
PWD Training Academy
and Testing Laboratory,
Dhaka

315

A.H.M. KAMRUL ISLAM

Assistant Commissioner of
Police

SMP, Sylhet

316

SAMRAT KHISA

Assistant Commissioner

DC Office, Sunamganj

317

MARUFA ZAMAL

ASP

PTC, Rangpur

318

IFFAT HASHEM

Assistant Commissioner

Office of the Div. Com.


Chittagong

319

S. M. REZAUL HOQUE

Assistant Commissioner

DMP, Dhaka

320

MD.ASHRAFUZZAMAN

Assistant Director

11 BN, Rangamati

321

MD. ABUL MANSUR

Assistant Commissioner

Office of the Div. Com.


Chittagong

322

FAHMIDA AFRIN

ASP

SB, Dhaka

323

MD. HAFIZUL ISLAM BABU

ASP

Gopalgonj

Senior Asstt. Judge

Potiya, Chittagong

ASP

CID, Dhaka

Assistant Commissioner

Office of the Div. Com.


Khulna

ASP

RAB-4, Dhaka

324
325
326
327

MOHAMMAD DIDAR
HOSSAIN
SARKER MD. MAHABUB
HASAN
MD. AHSAN MAHMUD
RASSEL
MAHFUZA KHATUN

54

Mobile number and


E-mail ID
01738130267
sayeema_hasan@yahoo.com
01726419734
pravat_1900@yahoo.com
01818 118020
nazmunsathi@gmail.com
01834612996
arafatdunoyon@gmail.com
01727576527
jisan.buet@gmail.com
01714113010
tareq_edu@yahoo.com
01712680844
mplbcsag31@gmail.com
01911158459
mdelius236@gmail.com
01712384939
saif.eng.du@gmail.com
01682474541
jhums11@yahoo.com
01734481400
yeanur1987@gmail.com
01682503295
jaber_shoaib@yahoo.com
01921311458
pankaj_2354@Yahoo.com
01557256693
kanijbithy@gmail.com
01783320361
kamrulislam2432@yahoo.com
01853-174783
samratc35@gmail.com
01552672286
zamal.marufa80@gmail.com
01723016605
01819462645
im.rezaul@gmail.com
01721245394
ashraflatif33@gmail.com
01813352282
abulmansur2@gmail.com
01720267095
fariaesthetic@gmail.com
01811421666
babuhafiz.2071@gmail.com
01717865389
didar.just.bd@gmail.com
01751057750
sarker30md@gmail.com
01722644048
rassel217@gmail.com
01858221596
rupamk_phy@yahoo.com

Roll

Participant Name

Designation

Work Station

Cell Phone/E-mail
01798944047
rakib.ek.du@gmail.com
01821681295
uttamchakma47@gmail.com
01918126960
jinatsharmin@gmail.com
01817181497
shahriar.hassan@gmail.com
01710291250
polash_69@yahoo.com
01914880382
zahid.pwd33@gmail.com
01712558970
sayeda_mehjabin@yahoo.com

328

MD.RAKIB HASAN

AC

KMP, Khulna

329

UTTAM CHAKMA

Assistant Commissioner

CEVTA, Chittagong

330

JINAT SHARMIN

Family Planning Officer

Shripur, Gazipur

331

H. M. SHAHRIAR HASSAN

Assistant Commissioner of
Taxation

332

POLASH KUMAR SAHA

ACOS

333

S. M. A. ZAHID AUPO

Assistant Engineer

Large Taxpayers
Unit(LTU), Dhaka
Bangladesh Railway,
Parbatipur, Dinajpur
Public Works Sub Div.-1,
Coxs Bazar

334

SAYEDA MEHJABIN

Scientific Officer

DLS, Dhaka

335

A. B. M. NAYHANUL BARI

ASP

SPBN-2, Mohammadpur,
Dhaka

01818987414

336

GOPINATH KANJILAL

ASP

Jhenaidah

01712977842
dr.gopinath06@gmail.com

337

SHARMIN RAHMAN SUMI

Assistant Controller

338

MD. OBYDULLAH

Assistant Commissioner

339

SHOEB AHMED KHAN

ASP

RAB

340

MST. ISHRAT ZAHAN

Assistant Commissioner

DC Office, Manikgonj

341

MOHAMMAD SAJEDUL
ISLAM SAJAL

ASP

Head Quarters
Dhaka

342

A. S. M. TASFIQ IBRAHIM

Assistant Engineer

PWD, Khulna

343

Md. Abul Kasem

Assistant Commissioner
(Customs)

344

Nafisa Naz Nira

Assistant Commissioner

345

Ahmed Sabbir Sazzad

Assistant Commissioner

346

Mst. Shakila Pervin

Assistant Commissioner

55

Bangladesh Betar,
Dhaka
Office of the Div. Com.
Rajshahi

Custom Excise and VAT


Commissionerate,
Chittagong
Office of the Div. Com.
Chittagong
Office of the Div. Com.
Chittagong
Office of the Div. Com.
Rangpur

01717585195
01772766677
obydullah.bau@gmail.com
01554322805
khans8394@gmail.com
01710677996
izahan02@gmail.com
01712065924
sajalubl@gmail.com
01732953960

engr.tashfique@yahoo.com
01748950438
Shovon.08du@gmailcom
01733693092
nira.nafisa@gmail.com
01676068132
sabbir25685@gmail.com
01718640266
shakila.edt90@gmail.com

Section D
Roll No.

401.
421.
402.
403.
422.
423.

Name
A.K.M Moniruzzaman
Ajanta Shukla Tanma
Ashish Kumar Mondal
Azmila Nasrin Chowdhury

Fahmi Md. Shaief


Farhana Nayem

404.
405.
406.
407.
424.

Hossain Ahmed
Israt Jahan Nasrin
Jebin Nessa Binte Rob
Kazi Shahanwaz
Libni Zaman

425.

Md. Abdul Ahad

426.

Md. Abdul Baten

427.
428.
429.
408.
430.
409.

Md. Abdul Hannan


Md. Abu Bakkar Siddique
Md. Ahsan Habib
Md. Khairul Islam
Md. Mehedi Hasan
Md. Monirozzaman Khan

431.

Md. Nazrul Islam

432.

Md. Niaz Kajmir Rahman

410.
411.
412.

Md. Robiul Islam


Md. Sadi Ur Rahim Zadid
Md. Saifuz Zaman

413.
433.

Md. Showeb Abdullah


Md. Tazul Islam Miah

434.

439.
440.

Mohammad Fateh Azam


Khan
Mohammed Mahraj-UlAlam Samrat
Most. Nurnahar
Mst. Taslima Aktar
Muhammad Musabbirul
Islam
Muhammad Shah Emran
Nitul Roy

414.

Rasheduzzaman Mian

441.

Rupan Chandra Das

435.
436.
437.
438.

Designation
APMG
Assistant Engineer
AME (C&W)
ASP
Assistant Commissioner
Scientific Officer
Assistant Director
Statistical Officer
Assistant Secretary
ASP
Assistant Engineer
(Civil)
Assistant Engineer
Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
UFO
Assistant Commissioner
ASP
UFO
Assistant Commissioner
Information Officer
Agriculture Extension
Officer
Veterinary Surgeon
ASP
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Engineer
/SDE
Assistant Secretary
Senior
Judicial
Magistrate
Assistant Engineer

Work station
Northern Region, Rajshai
P&D Division-1 (E/M), PWD
Pakshi, Pabna
RAB-1, Uttara, Dhaka
DC Office, Tangail
Endoparasite Unit, 48 Kazi
Alauddin Road, Dhaka
Works Audit Directorate, Dhaka
National Accounts Wing, BBS
MoFA, Dhaka
Sherpur
Savar Public Works Circle,
Elenbari, Dhaka
Office of the Superintendent
Engineer, Administration &
Establishment, Dhaka
Customs
&
VAT
Commissionarate, Dhaka
Kahalu, Dinajpur
DC Office, Coxs Bazar
Intelligence South, DMP, Dhaka
Baliakandi, Rajbari
DC Office, Moulvibazar
District
Information
Office,
Munshigonj
Upazila
Agriculture
Officer,
Golapgonj, Sylhet
Upazila
Livestock
Office,
Shibgonj, Chapainawabganj
Rajbari
DC Office, Netrakona
Public Works
Sub-Division,
Shariatpur
MoFA, Dhaka
Joypurhat

Mobile Number
01718013297
01720069599
01716778356
O1819105898
01724875109
01719669128
01673430833
01718527622
01717249178
01711121750
01719272340
01933312570
01916226738
01722231774
01719364878
01939859755
01716299839
01912930592
01552361016
01946886848
01719243599
01713373596
01718388522
01716666686
01717747083
01741505869

PWD Design Division-4, Dhaka

01817524331

Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
Trainer
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Commissioner

Customs & VAT Commissionarate,


Dhaka (South), Dhaka

01777744300

ATI, Shimultali, Gazipur


DC Office, Feni
DC Office, Gaibandha

01721672804
01722972809
01917475345

ASP
Agriculture
Extension
Officer
Veterinary Surgeon

CID
Upazila
Agriculture
Boalmari, Faridpur
Upazila
Livestock
Pakundia, Kishoregonj
Tax Zone- Khulna

Assistant
Commissioner

Tax

56

Officer,

01913077178
01765770147

Office,

01712747245
01757091724

Roll No.

442.
415.
416.

S. M. Shantunu Chowdhury

Name

443.

Shamprity Pramanik

444.
445.

Shanzida Begum
Shobnom Sultana

Designation
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Commissioner
Agriculture
Extension
Officer
Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
Assistant Commissioner
Veterinary Surgeon

417.

Sumon Das

Assistant Director

418.
446.
419.
447.

Tahamina Akther Khanom

ASP
Assistant Director
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Commissioner

Sabrina Afrin Mustafa


Sautam Kumar Shil

Tanzina Akhter
Ummay Salma
Zahidur Rahman

57

Work station
DC Office, Khagrachari
DC Office, Jhalokhati
Upazila Agriculture Officer, Sadar,
Jessore
VAT Audit Intelligence &
Investigation Department, Dhaka
DC Office, Satkhira
Central Artificial Insemination
Laboratory, Savar, Dhaka
Implementation, Monitoring &
Evaluation Division, Dhaka
CID, Dhaka
BPATC, Savar, Dhaka
DC Office, Pabna
DC Office, Kurigram

Mobile Number
01755577583
01714496903
01716514384
01915220574
01727327986
01913422403
01716520042
01717154116
01718694516
01675983660
01732785837

Section E
Roll No.

501.
502.

Name
Mobasher Alam
Saidul Alam

503.

Sukanta Kar

Designation
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
Poultry Development Officer

504.

Md. Shariful Islam

Information Officer

505.

Mst. Shamima Nasrin


Khanam
Sonia Akther

ASP

506.
507.
508.

Raqibul Hasan Rashel

509.
510.
511.

Alamgir Hossain

512.
513.

Md. Monjur Hossain


Md.Faruk
Hossain
Sagor
Hasina Akter
Likson Chowdhury

514.
515.
516.
517.

Syed Tamjeed Hossain

Md. Mostafizur Rahman

Md. Osman Gani

Prosanta Kumar Biswas

Mst. Nelima Ibrahim

Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
ASP
Assistant Engineer/SDE (E/M)
Assistant Commissioner
AEN/Comilla
Scientific Officer
Assistant Commissioner
UFO
Assistant Commissioner
Family Planning Officer
Assistant Commissioner
SO

518.

Md. Abdul Quayum

519.
520.

A. M. Iftekhar Mazid
Ismat Nur-A-Jahan

Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
Assistant Engineer
Assistant Engineer

521.
522.
523.
524.
525.

Niaz Morshed
Samar Kumar Paul
Farhana Sheikh
Md. Asaduzzaman
Md. Shahidul Islam

Assistant Secretary
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Tax Commissioner
Assistant Commissioner
Agriculture Extension Officer

526.
527.

Mst. Hafiza Jesmin


Farhana Rob

Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Engineer

528.
529.
530.

Golam Morshed
Md. Monjurul Islam
Kumar Pranay Bishan
Das
Hia Paul

Assistant Commissioner
UFO
Trainer

531.
532.
533.

Syed Ehtea Samul


Hossain
Md. Mahadi Masud
Faisal

Assistant Controller General


of Accounts
Assistant Engineer (G)
Assistant Tax Commissioner

58

Work station
DC Office, Bogra
Customs & VAT Commissionarate,
Dhaka (South), Dhaka

Mobile Number
01912-970770
01611122673

Govt. Poultry Development


Farm, Barisal
District Information Office,
Panchagar
CID, Dhaka

01711023277

Customs
&
VAT
Commissionarate, Dhaka
Coxs Bazar
Public Works E/M Division,
Naogaon
DC Office, Patuakhali
Dhaka
Ranikhet Vaccination Unit, LRI,
Mohakhali, Dhaka
DC Office, Comilla
Shyamnagar, Satkhira

01684406320

DC Office, Bhola
Rawjan, Chittagong
DC Office, Sunamgonj
Rabies Vaccine Production Unit,
LRI, Mohakhali, Dhaka
Customs House, Chittagong

01712815447
01716370167
01716449650
01717314172

PWD
DPHE, MIS Unit, Planning
Circle, Dhaka
MoFA, Dhaka
DC Office, Noakhali
Tax Zone-6, Dhaka
DC Office, Tangail
Upazila Agriculture Officer,
Bochagonj, Dinajpur
DC Office, Dinajpur
Public Works Design Division-4,
Dhaka.
DC Office, Bandarban
Daulatpur, Manikgonj
ATI, Gaibandha

01717570935
01717623712

CGA Office, Segunbagicha,


Dhaka
First Line Factory Sub-Division,
Madaripur
Tax Zone, Barisal

01726395746

01710960488
01711203409

01712092750
01712122885
01712411903
01712654089
01716022840
01713502815
01714904527

01717470831

01717835782
01718379369
01720640062
01718928520
01719419973
01718789869
01720087874
01722163258
01722677118
01723412082

01726803755
01728254273

Roll No.

Name
S. M Masud Pervez
Jesmin Jahan

Designation
Senior Assistant Judge
Agriculture Extension Officer
ASP

537.
538.
539.
540.
541.
542.

Md. Kaisar Rezvy


Koraishy
Barnali Paul
Md. Serajul Islam
Mahmuda Sultana
Md. Sarowar Hossain
Md Junaate Kawser
Rokonuzzaman

Assistant Commissioner
ASP
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Engineer
ASP
Horticulturist

DC Office, Moulvibazar
APBN-1, Dhaka
DC Office, Barisal
Eden Building, PWD, Dhaka.
Laskhmipur

543.
544.
545.

Manirul Hassan
Shakila Jahan Shilpi
S. M. Niamul Parvej

546.

Manika Debnath

Assistant Commissioner
ASTI
Assistant Controller General
of Accounts (Admin)
Poultry Development Officer

547.

Kakoli Saha

Assistant Secretary

DC Office, Sunamgonj
BR, Rail Bhaban, Dhaka
CGA Office, Segunbagicha,
Dhaka
Govt. Poultry Development
Farm, Kishoregonj
MoFA, Dhaka

534.
535.
536.

59

Work station
Moulvibazar
Upazila Agriculture Officer,
Mendaha, Jamalpur
7 APBN, Uttara, Dhaka

Horticulture Centre, Banbithi, Asad


Gate, Mohammadpur, Dhaka

Mobile Number
01732949495
01737530408
01843807116
01774506758
01774919190
01817563285
01818421619
01819475333
01761592283
01913379418
01914625631
01923769452
01948882536
01953739396

Section F
Roll
No.

Name

Designation

601.

Hazira Khatun

Agriculture Extension Officer

602.
603.

Soumitra Chakraborty
Ismail Hossain Farhad

Assistant Tax Commissioner


Assistant Engineer (E/M)

604.

Assistant Commissioner

605.

Sohel Sultan Zulkar Nain


Kabir
Rebeka Sultana

606.

Md. Shahriar Zaman Noor

Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
Assistant Engineer (E/M)

607.
608.
609.
610.
611.

Ratri Dey
Subrata Goswami
Nadia Jui
Md. Montashir Hasan
Nadia Ferdousi

Assistant Engineer (E/M)


UFO
ASP
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Engineer

612.
613.
614.
615.
616.
617.
618.
619.
620.
621.

Seema Sharmin
Maksudur Rahaman

Ahammad Ali
Md. Atuar Rahman
Tuhin-Al-Ferdous
Mst. Shapla Khatun

Assistant Commissioner
Deputy Director (in Charge)
Senior Assistant Judge
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Secretary
Assistant Commissioner
ASP
ASP
Veterinary Surgeon
Agriculture Extension Officer

622.
623.
624.
625.
626.

Jahir Emam
Shakil Ahmed Chowdhury
Shaikh Shamsul Arefin
Md. Alamgir Azad
Amlan Jyoti Nag

Assistant Commissioner
APMG (Savings)
Assistant Commissioner
Trainer
Battalion Second in Command

627.
628.

Md. Raselur Rahman


Samarjit Das

629.
630.

Hamida Khatun
Zesmin Akter

ASP
Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
Veterinary Surgeon
Scientific Officer

631.
632.
633.
634.

Md. Abu Masud Khan


Md. Sultan Ali
Tahmina Akter Raina
Md.
Abu
Sarfaraz
Hossain
Md Imrul Hasan
Shajjad Hossian
Md. Rabiul Islam

635.
636.
637.

Mohammad Nayeem Firoz

Naima Afrose Ema


Touhid Imam
Mohammad Wasiqul Islam

Family Planning Officer


AEN/Rajbari
Assistant Commissioner
Veterinary Surgeon
Assistant Commissioner
UFO
Assistant Registrar

60

Work station

Mobile Number

Upazila Agriculture Office, Rampal,


Bagerhat
Tax Zone, Mymenshingh
Public Works E/M Division-4,
Dhaka
DC Office, Jhinaidaha

0171450.9025

Customs & VAT Commissionarate,


Dhaka
E/M Division-3, Segunbagicha,
Dhaka
Public Works Sub-Division, Dhaka
Barura, Comilla
APBN-2, Mohammadpur, Dhaka
DC Office, Khagrachari
DPHE, MIS Unit, Planning Circle,
Dhaka
DC Office, Kushtia
District Statistical Office, Pirojpur
Chittagong
DC Office, Sirajgonj
MoFA, Dhaka
DC Office, Patuakhali
APBN-2, Mohammadpur, Dhaka
SMP, Sylhet
Delduar, Tangail
Upazila Agriculture Office,
Patnitala, Naogaon
DC Office, Jessore
GPO, Rajshahi
DC Office, Barguna
ATI, Rahmatpur, Barisal
05 BN, Kalapur, Srimangal,
Moulvibazar
RAB-10, Jatrabari, Dhaka
Customs House, Chittagong

01558053153

Tarail, Kishoregonj
Rinderpaste Vaccination Unit, LRI,
Mohakhali, Dhaka
Akkelpur, Joypurhat
Rajshahi
DC Office, Sylhet
Parbatipur, Dinajpur

01736151375
01736416434

DC Office, Sunamgonj
Madan, Netrakona
Divisional Cooperative Office,
Barisal

01767707441
01742133488
01776718200

01534583834
01552346127
01552463343

01612862737
01670827585
01673615032
01678132119
01683506537
01712763483
01710402647
01711069254
01712267824
01688255908
01714440989
01715801680
01716016478
01716192772
01717024552
01717054050
01717205655
01717318211
01717511663
01717936180
01718970096
01719021221
01726637979

01737055522
01741564519
01771111984
01767032448

Roll
No.

Name

638.

Md. Sazzad Hossain

639.
640.
641.
642.
643.
644.
645.
646.
647.

Amit Chakraborty
Rokonuzzaman Sarker
Kaniz Fatema
Md. Ziaur Rahman
Subrata Adhikary
Md. Azgor Hossain
Sadia Islam Luna
Farhana Sultana
Md.Sadiquzzaman Sarker

Designation
Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
Assistant Commissioner
ASP
Assistant Secretary
ASP
Assistant Director
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Commissioner
DEE/Sadar/East (CC)
Agriculture Extension Officer

61

Work station
Customs & VAT Commissionarate,
Dhaka
DC Office, Sylhet
Police Office, Panchagar
MoFA, Dhaka
Kustia
Railway Audit Department, Dhaka
DC Office, Pabna
DC Office, Jhalokathi
Chittagong
Upazila Agriculture Office,
Mithapukur, Rangpur

Mobile Number
01789307792
01792252193
01828083475
01799467884
01911201042
01912467641
01916862521
01914426458
01914297796
01920475799

Section G
Roll No.

Name
Afsana Abedin
Debasish Kumar Das

Designation
Senior Judicial Magistrate
Agriculture Extension Officer
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Commissioner
ASP
Assistant Commissioner
ASP
Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
ASP
APO
UFO

DC Office, Sylhet
SSF, PMO, Dhaka
DC Office, Sunamgonj
DMP, Dhaka
Customs Bond Commissionarate,
Dhaka
CID, Dhaka
District Dairy Farm, Sylhet
Dumki, Patuakhali

01672509109
01674610440
01711971262
01712477127
01712760671

712.
713.

Mohmammad Nahidul
Karim
Ataul Goni Osmani
Debashish Das
Shekh Jobaer Ahmed
Md. Bodrul Hasan
Mohammad Habibur
Rahman
S.M. Shahabuddin Ahmed
Faysal Mehedi Hasan
A. N. M. Musfiques
Shalehin
Md. Abrar Hossain
Masuma Jannat

Work station
Laxmipur
Upazila
Agriculture
Sharsha, Jessore
DC Office, Barisal

AEN
Agriculture Extension Officer

01715549363
01716542365

714.
715.
716.
717.

A T M Farhad Chowdhury
Md. Alomgir Hossain
Md. Shaed Iqbal
Md. Shakiuzzaman

Assistant Commissioner
Family Planning Officer
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Engineer/SDE

718.
719.
720.

Toushia Ahmed
Mst. Shahina Begum
Mohammad Anisuzzaman

Assistant Traffic Superintendent


Poultry Development Officer
Agriculture Extension Officer

721.
722.
723.
724.

Md. Mobarak Hossen


Apu Mohanta
Jasmin Prodhan
Md. Abdul Alim Gazi

Statistical Officer
ASP
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Engineer

725.
726.

Subasish Ghose
Md. Reajul Alam

727.

Md. Alamgir Hossain

Assistant Commissioner
Assistant
Maintenance
Engineer
Agriculture Extension Officer

Mymenshingh
Metropolitan Agriculture Office,
Mirpur, Dhaka
DC Office, Kishoregonj
Bamna, Borguna
DC Office, Munshigonj
Public
Works
Sub-Division,
Gaibandha
Probationer
Government Poultry Farm, Sylhet
Upazila
Agriculture
Office,
Sitakunda, Chittagong
DG Office, BBS
SB, Dhaka
DC Office, Bogra
DPHE, Manirampur, Keshobpur,
Jessore
DC Office, Naogaon
Silo, Narayangonj

01721326705

728.

Md. Enamul Haq Hazary

Poultry Development Officer

729.
730.

Fatema Binte Mamun


Md. Abu Sufiyan Mahbub

Assistant Engineer
Assistant Engineer/SDE (E/M)

731.

Shahadat Jamil

732.
733.
734.
735.

Md. Abdullah Al Mamun


Most. Roksana Begum
Md.Nuruzzaman
Hafiz All Moammer
Gaddafi
Bibi Khadiza

Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Commissioner
ASP
Battalion Second in Command

Upazila Agriculture Office, Tala,


Satkhira
Government
Poultry
Farm,
Sitakundu, Chittagong
Public Works Circle-4, Dhaka
Public
Works
Sub-Division,
Barisal
Customs House, Chittagong
DC Office, Brahmanbaria
DC Office, Kushtia
DMP, Dhaka
33 BN, Champatali,
Bandarban
DC Office, Satkhira

01734102669
01737110173
01764196472
01768773930

701.
702.
703.
704.
705.
706.
707.
708.
709.
710.
711.

736.

Assistant Commissioner

62

Office,

Mobile Number
01199114371
01717-999442
01534902709

Lama,

01712552882
01713403213
01715107787

01716563250
01716874547
01716685808
01717154331
01717253263
01717352984
01717449935
01717461810
01718752114
01719002121
01719393707
01719292688
01720913845

01722581005
01723434617
01724262590
01732159848

01777503427

Roll No.

Name
Shaila Shama
Mallika Rani Das
Most. Beauty Khatun

Designation
Assistant Secretary
Assistant Registrar
Scientific Officer
ASP

741.

Md. Shameem Quddus


Bhuyan
Md. Mubarak Hossain

742.
743.
744.
745.

Goutam Kumar Dey


Mohammad Sharif Ul Islam
Mehruba Islam
Shahana Alam

Assistant Secretary
Assistant Registrar
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Engineer

746.

Jobaida Khanom

747.

Md. Forkan Elahi Anupam

Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
Assistant Commissioner

737.
738.
739.
740.

Assistant Engineer/SDE

63

Work station
MoFA, Dhaka
Cooperative Department, Dhaka
Media & Seed Culture, LRI,
Mohakhali, Dhaka
RAB-8, Barisal, CPC-2, Faridpur

Mobile Number
01799424051
01815944895
01819157446

Public Works Sub-Division-2,


Habigonj
MoFA, Dhaka
Cooperative Department, Dhaka
DC Office, Faridpur
DPHE, MIS Unit, Planning Circle,
Dhaka
Customs Bond Commissionarate,
Dhaka
DC Office, Jhalokathi

01911062570

01858179566

01911273426
01911762740
01915630825
01979952590
01962498256
01917403139

Section H
Roll No.

801.

Name
Dwaipayan Chakma

802.
803.
804.

Md. Imran Hosen


Shumon Ahmad Shaon
Mohaimena Sarmin

805.
806.

Shahanaz Parvin
A.K.M.Khairul Bashar

807.

Jannatul Adan Joarder

808.
809.
810.

Md. Shah Alam


Md. Arafat Rahman
Tanzila Yasmin

811.
812.
813.
814.
815.
816.
817.
818.
819.
820.
821.
822.
823.
824.

Farhana Haque Rich


Md. Ilias Khan Rana
Md. Ibrahim Miah
Shaikh Firoz Ahmed
Syed Asrafujjaman
Md. Ariful Islam
Abu Hayat Muhammad
Shakiul Azam
A. H. M. Ariful Islam
Nahid Tamanna
Md.Abdullah Al Masud
Yasmin Begum
Firoz Ahmed Khan
Syeda Sadia Nuria
Md. Asaduz Zaman

825.
826.
827.

Binay Kumar Roy


Rafiquzzaman
Mohammad Kaiser Kabir

UFO
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Engineer (Civil)

828.

Mst.Farhana Yasmin

Agriculture Extension Officer

829.

Mohammad Moshiur
Rahman
Md.Masud Ahmed
Samuel Murmu
Shilpi Roy
Atiqul Islam
Md. Shafkat Ryad

Agriculture Extension Officer

Kazi Mahjabin Nahar


Jyotirmay Sarker
Md.Zakirul Hasan
Mohammad Qausar Alam
Patwary

Lecturer
ASP
ASP
Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)

830.
831.
832.
833.
834.
835.
836.
837.
838.

Designation
Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
Assistant Commissioner
ASP
Assistant Radio Engineer
ASP
Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
Assistant Engineer
Deputy Director (CC)
Assistant Secretary
Assistant Commissioner
(Customs & Excise)
Assistant Engineer
Family Planning Officer
Poultry Development Officer
Battalion Second in Command
Assistant Commissioner
DEE/Lalmonirhat (CC)
Assistant Engineer/SDE
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Commissioner
ASP
Senior Judicial Magistrate
Lecturer
Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Engineer

Assistant Director
Assistant Secretary
UFO
Assistant Commissioner
Agriculture Extension Officer

64

Work station
Customs & VAT
Commissionarate, Dhaka
DC Office, Khagrachari
RAB-4, Pikepara, Mirpur-1
Bangladesh Betar, Shahbag,
Dhaka
BMP, Barisal
Customs, Excise & VAT
Commissionarate, Sylhet
Bridge Design Division-2 (EAST),
Dhaka
District Statistics Office, Comilla
MoFA, Dhaka
Customs, Excise & VAT
Commissionarate, Rangpur
DPHE, Store Circle, Dhaka
Amtali, Barguna
Govt. Poultry Farm, Sylhet
20 BN, Kalihati, Tangail
DC Office, Kustia
Syedpur, Lalmonirhat
Tangail Public Works SubDivision, Tangail
DC Office, Moulvibazar
DC Office, Narail
Narail District
Magura
VTI, Alamdanga, Chuadanga
DC Office, Natore
Public Works Maintenance
Division, Dhaka
Dashmina, Patuakhali
DC Office, Rangamati
Savar Public Works Circle,
Elenbari, Dhaka
Upazila Agriculture Office, Sadar,
Thakurgaon
Upazila Agriculture Office, Sadar,
Tangail
BPATC, Savar
MoFA, Dhaka
Dhunat, Bogra
DC Office, Khulna
Upazila Agriculture Office,
Kanaighat, Sylhet
VTI, Alamdanga, Chuadanga
Jakiganj Circle, Sylhet
RAB-4, Pikepara, Mirpur-1
Customs Bond
Commissionarate, Dhaka

Mobile Number
01557139850
01552645195
01552477197
01553610139
01199487178
01710000111
01710422854
01710440418
01710450518
01710576699
01711534498
01712293018
01712417674
01712463461
01712529000
01712797467
01712880854
01713639461
01714383679
01715508676
01716595422
01717099480
01717253824
01717512882
01717614234
01717877552
01717932261
01718278588
01718732908
01719159760
01737186693
01737900683
01743706107
01751778154
01755246919
01770131313
01767853837
01766931918

Roll No.

839.
840.
841.

Name
Md. Mahadi Hasan
Sohel Rana
Khadiza Begum

Designation
ASP
Assistant Commissioner
Veterinary Surgeon

842.
843.

Md. Shohag Husain


Sharmi Chakma

Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Engineer

844.
845.

Upoma Farisa
Sajjad Hosen Mazumder

Assistant Commissioner
Agriculture Extension Officer

846.
847.

Khondakar Rabiul Islam


Saika Shahadat

Assistant Commissioner
Assistant Commissioner

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Work station
6APMN, Mohalchari, Khagrachari
DC Office, Chittagong
Upazila Livestock Office, Roypur,
Lakshmipur
DC Office, Kishoregonj
Savar Public Works Division,
Dhaka
DC Office,
Upazila Agriculture Office,
Sonagazi, Feni
DC Office, Coxs Bazar
DC Office, Manikgonj

Mobile Number
01775485892
01798216090
01815351289
01816574056
01828909925
01911458087
01913301797
01916495112
01931165260

Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre


Savar, Dhaka-1343
P60th Foundation Training Course
(04 October 2015 31 March 2016)
DAILY SCHEDULE
Date: 03.10.2015
Time
Section

10.30-13.00

Combined

12:45-14:00
14.40-15.40
15.45-16.45
18.45-19.45
20.00-21.15

Event

Speaker/Attached Faculty

Arrival of the participants


and Registration

Course Management
Team/AD (Dormitory)

Lunch
Special Session
Rectors Message
Welcome Dinner
Course Briefing

DD (Service)
Course Management Team
Rector
DD (Service)
Course Management Team

Date: 05.10.2015
Time

08.30-09.30

Section
A

11.05-12.05

Section (E+F+G+H) Coffee


Corner
Cafeteria
Auditorium
Auditorium
Cafeteria
Auditorium
Day: Monday
Venue
BPATC Clinic
Lecture Theatre-B
106 Syndicate Building
202 Syndicate Building
206 Syndicate Building
215 Syndicate Building
303 Syndicate Building

Knowing Each Other

Course Coordinator

Lecture Theatre-A

B
C
D
E
F

Medical Test
Knowing Each Other
Knowing Each Other
Knowing Each Other
Knowing Each Other

BPATC Clinic
106 Syndicate Building
202 Syndicate Building
206 Syndicate Building
215 Syndicate Building

Briefing on Library service and


Documentary Presentation

Medical Officer
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Syed Mzanur Rahman
and Course Management
Team
Course Coordinator

B
C
D
E
F
G

10.40-11.05

Section (A+B+C=D) -Dorm-3

Speaker/Attached Faculty
Medical Officer
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Syed Mzanur Rahman
and Course Management
Team

09.40-10.40

Day: Saturday
Venue

H
Combined
A
B
C
D
E

Event
Medical Test
Knowing Each Other
Knowing Each Other
Knowing Each Other
Knowing Each Other
Knowing Each Other
Knowing Each Other
Briefing on Library service and
Documentary Presentation

Knowing Each Other


Tea Break
Knowing Each Other
Knowing Each Other
Medical Test
Knowing Each Other
Knowing Each Other

Briefing on Library service and


Documentary Presentation

G
H

Knowing Each Other


Knowing Each Other

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Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Medical Officer
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Syed Mzanur Rahman
and Course Management
Team
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator

306 Syndicate Building

303 Syndicate Building


306 Syndicate Building
Cafeteria
Lecture Theatre-A
Lecture Theatre-B
BPATC Clinic
202 Syndicate Building
206 Syndicate Building
215 Syndicate Building
303 Syndicate Building
306 Syndicate Building

A
B
C
D
12.15-13.15

Knowing Each Other


Knowing Each Other
Knowing Each Other
Medical Test

Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Medical Officer
Syed Mzanur Rahman and
Briefing on Library service and
Course Management
Documentary Presentation
Team
Knowing Each Other
Course Coordinator
Knowing Each Other
Course Coordinator
Knowing Each Other
Course Coordinator
Lunch & Prayer
Course Management
Rectors Tea
Team
Briefing on Evaluation
Kazi Hasan Imam
Mohammad Moshiour
Rahman/Dr. Md. Zohurul
Briefing on Various Services of the
Islam/ Dr. Md. Mostafizur
Centre
Rahman / Mohammad
Ziaul Islam

13.15-14.00

F
G
H
Combined

15.30-17.30

Combined

18:10-19:10

Combined

19:10-20:30

Combined

Lecture Theatre-A
Lecture Theatre-B
106 Syndicate Building
BPATC Clinic
206 Syndicate Building
215 Syndicate Building
303 Syndicate Building
306 Syndicate Building
Cafeteria & Mosque

Date: 06.10.2015
Time
08.3009.30
09.4010.40
10.4011.05

11.0512.05

12.1513.15

13.1514.15
14.1515.15
19.0020.00
20.1021.10

Auditorium
Auditorium

Day: Tuesday

Section

Code

Event

Joint

1.01

Introduction to Foundation Training Course

Joint

Auditorium

1.03

Philosophy of Foundation Training Course

Speaker/Attached Faculty
A .K. M. Abdul Awal
Mazumder (Rector)
A .K. M. Abdul Awal
Mazumder (Rector)

Tea Break
-

Session with Course Coordinator


Session with Course Coordinator

C+D

Briefing on Library service and


Documentary Presentation

E
F

Session with Course Coordinator


Session with Course Coordinator

Concerned Coordinator
Concerned Coordinator
Syed Mzanur Rahman and
Course Management
Team
Concerned Coordinator
Concerned Coordinator

Medical Test

Medical Officer

Session with Course Coordinator

A+B

Briefing on Library service and


Documentary Presentation

C
D

Session with Course Coordinator


Session with Course Coordinator

Concerned Coordinator
Syed Mzanur Rahman and
Course Management
Team
Concerned Coordinator
Concerned Coordinator

E+F

23.01

Nutrition and Physical fitness

Md. Moshiour Rahman

Session with Course Coordinator

Concerned Coordinator

Medical Test

Medical Officer

Lunch & Prayer Break

AD (Dormitory)

20.01

Survey on ICT Skill and Wi-Fi Connection


(Participants are requested to bring their
Laptops)

Mohammad Ziaul
Islam/Tanjur Ahmed
Joarder

Medical Test

Medical Officer

Medical Test

Medical Officer

Joint

This schedule may be changed due to unavoidable circumstances.

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Auditorium
Auditorium
Cafeteria

A
B

Joint

Venue

LT-A
LT-B
Auditorium
SB-206
SB-215
BPATC
Clinic
SB-306
Auditorium
SB-106
SB-202
ITC Mini
Auditorium
SB-303
BPATC
Clinic
Cafeteria
Auditorium
BPATC
Clinic
BPATC
Clinic

Annexure -7

Important Telephone Numbers


(PABX: 7745010-16, 7742080-85; Fax 7745029)
Sl.
No.

Name

Designation

Telephone No
Office
T&T/Mobile
Extension
4101
7745010-16
7745028

Residence
Extension
-

1.

A. K. M. Abdul Awal Mazumder


(Secretary to the Government)

Rector

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

A.S. Shameem Ahmed


Mallik Syed Mahbub
Md. Shafiqul Haque
Dr. Mohammed Amjed Hossain
Salina Zaman
Md. Sharif Hasan
Mohammad Rezaul Karim
Abdullah Al Mamun
Md. Motaher Hossain
Dr. Md. Moshiur Rahman
ANM Sajidul Ahsan
Nasrin Sultana
Mohammad Mamun
Dr. Mustafizur Rahman

MDS & Course Adviser


Director (Admin)
Course Director
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Course Coordinator
Medical Officer

01552386357
7745023
01552329028
01712647548
01711315686
01911308396
01554339166
01719403292
01818186287
01716536726
01918421241
01816597381
01912146407
01552444675

4106
4107
4117,4624
4314, 4628
4133, 4625
4134, 4626
4629, 4626
4627
4138, 4625
4124, 4627
4176, 4629
4156, 4625
4627
4143

4434
4431
4474
4820
4607
4443

16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.

Dr. Syed Shamsul Arefin


Dr. Bilkis Laila
Md. Golam Azam Khan
Sheikh Emdadaul Kabir
Abu Baker Siddiqui
Dormitory-3

22.
23.

Mir Farhad Ul Islam Dormitory- 3


Dormitory- 4

24.
25.

Armita Islam, Dormitory- 4


Dormitory- 5

26.
27.
28.

Md. Rafiqul Islam, Dormitory- 5


PABX (Operator)
Cafeteria

29.

Library Counter

30.
31.
32.
33.

Computer Lab
Reception
Gate-1 (Residential Area)
Gate-2 (Main Gate)

Medical Officer
Medical Officer
AD (Dormitory)
UDA (Course Office)
Compounder
Ground Floor
First Floor
Second Floor
Third Floor
Fourth Floor
Fifth Floor
Supervisor
Ground Floor
First Floor
Second Floor
Supervisor
Ground Floor
First Floor
Second Floor
Third Floor
Supervisor
07.30 23.00 hours
Ground Floor
First Floor
Ground Floor
First Floor
Faculty Building- 2
24 hours on duty
24 hours on duty
24 hours on duty

01829673034
01711073636
01715817450
01923293423
7745017
-

4350
4308
4180
4630
4223
4256
4242
4237
4250
4238
4273
4256
4247
4248
4249
4247
4239
4240
4241
4243
4239
4212
4210
4214
4466
4198
4229
4199
4219
4220

4497
4414
-

N.B.: Please dial 9 for Operator and Emergency Service.

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