CAAB publishes written exam schedule

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CAAB PUBLISHES WRITTEN EXAM DATE. FOR DETAILS YOU CAN VISIT  www.caab.gov.bd.  CAAB PUBLISHES WRITTEN EXAM DATE 2019, CAAB TAKE A WRITTEN EXAM  IN 22-02-2019. EVERY APPLICANT NEED TO PRINT A ADMIT CARD FOR THIS EXAM .Written examination of motor transport fitter driver, motor transport driver and fire extinguish motor driver in the light of 04 notifications published on 05/08/2008, 18/10/2008, 02/12/2018 and 17/12/2018 22/02/2019 Will be held on date.

CAAB publishes written exam schedule.

Bangladesh Civil Aviation Authority publishes written exam schedule . Written test written for Assistant Engineer (Civil), Assistant Communication Engineer, Assistant Communication Officer, Deputy Assistant Engineer (Civil) and Deputy Assistant Engineer (E / M) on 18 January, 2015.

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Written exam date- 18-01-2019

Written test time- 10 am

Center Name – Military Institute of Science and Technology, Mirpur Cantonment, Dhaka- 1216

Details Please see the following:

 

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About CAAB: Aviation in India can be traced to the first commercial flight on 18 February 1911, and grew during the period between the First and Second World Wars. Some 103 airports, aerodrome, airfields and airstrips were built and operated by the Allied Air Forces in the part of present Bangladesh during the Second World War. These airfields were extensively used for conducting air operations during the Burma Campaign against the Axis powers. After the War, most of these facilities of the Royal Indian Air Force were left unused. After independence from British colonial rule and the partition of the subcontinent, the aviation infrastructure and facilities in what was then East Pakistan were inherited by the Pakistan Air Force.

In the year 1947, the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) was formed under the Ministry of Defence of the then Pakistan government. This department managed the operations of civil aviation in the eastern part of Pakistan until 1971. Its authority was extended by the Civil Aviation Authority Ordinance 1960, after which in 1961 the Government of Pakistan passed the right of use of almost all airfields and aviation related infrastructure and properties, except a few used by the then Pakistan Air Force, to the DCA.

After the Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971, a Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) was formed in the newly born country. During the nine-month-long war, the aviation infrastructure had been badly damaged by bombardment by Allied Forces over the main airports to disable Pakistan Forces. The DCA of Bangladesh inherited the assets and property left over by the erstwhile DCA of the Pakistan. Aviation activities in independent Bangladesh started in the last week of December 1971 under the Ministry of Defence.

Airports Development Agency

There was another organisation, a limited company named Airports Development Agency (ADA), that was working in the Pakistan period. It was formed in the year 1965 and its functions were to construct airports, and to perform all required electrical and mechanical engineering works for DCA. It was essentially an engineering organisation in nature.

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