Dhaka North City Corporation Job Circular & Apply 2017

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Dhaka North City Corporation Job Circular & Apply 2017. Dhaka North City Corporation Job Circular in Bangladesh – dncc.gov.bd. Latest Dhaka North City Corporation Job Circular in Bangladesh. The Career Opportunity at Dhaka North City Corporation. All interested application able to Apply for Dhaka City Corporation Job for North City via Online through the http://dnccr.buetcse.ac.bd Website. So, Check Details below circular:-

Dhaka North City Corporation Job Circular 2017

■ Company | Organization | Institution Name: Dhaka North City Corporation
■ Job Positions Name: See Circular
■ Job Nature: Full-time
■ Job Type: Govt. Job
■ Employment Type: Permanent
■ Education Qualification: See Job Advertisement.
■ Job Experience: No
■ Gender: Both (Male & Female)
■ Age Limit: 18-30 years Maximum
■ Job Location: Anywhere in Bangladesh
■ Advertisement Date: July 18, 2016
■ Application Deadline: August 10, 2016
■ Job Sources: Online and Newspapers

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About Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC)

From its beginning as a small city with a few thousand people, Dhaka actually experienced dramatic turns upward and today it has become one of the fastest growing mega-cities of the world. Its existence as a major urban agglomeration has been consistent over a period of 400 years. Even the most developed cities in the world today cannot boast 400 years of uninterrupted and organized existence that Dhaka does as a historic city.

In the 16th century during the reign of Mughal Emperor Akbar it was a thana or military outpost having a population of only 3000 people with an area of 2 km² (UNEP, 2005).

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