Bangladesh Nuclear Power Regulatory Authority publishes new job circular

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Bangladesh Nuclear Power Regulatory Authority publishes new job circular. Bangladesh Nuclear Power Regulatory Authority  has recently published the notification for the recruitment of 4 persons in 4 posts. You can also join this post maintain  the condition and prove that you are eligible for this post. Apply for the posts beginning from 20-12-2018. Can be applied till 18-01-2019.

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Position names and rank:

Accountant-1

Public Accounts Assistant-1

Office Assistant Cum Computer Initial-1

Computer Manager-1

Application qualification: The application’s eligibility, experience, and age range for each post vary. Under the terms and conditions of the eligibility, experience and age of the application, the following notices will be known.

Age for job application: Candidate should be between 18 and 30 years on 10-03-2018.

Application rules: Interested candidates can fill up the application and submit it till 18 January, 2015.

 

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About :The Rooppur (or Ruppur) site in Pabna district about 160 km northwest of Dhaka was selected in 1963 and land was acquired. The government gave formal approval for a succession of plant proposals, then after independence a 125 MWe nuclear power plant proposal was approved in 1980, but not built.

With growth in demand and grid capacity since then, a much larger plant looked feasible, and the government in 1999 expressed its firm commitment to build a plant at Rooppur. In 2001 it adopted the Nuclear Power Action Plan and in 2005 it signed a nuclear cooperation agreement with China.

Russia, China and South Korea had all earlier offered financial and technical help to establish nuclear power in the country, and in March 2009 Russia made a formal proposal to build a nuclear power plant. In April 2009 the government approved the Russian proposal to build a 1000 MWe AES-92 nuclear plant at Rooppur for about $2 billion, and In May 2009 a bilateral nuclear cooperation agreement was signed by the two countries. A year later the proposal had expanded to include two such reactors by 2017.

In May 2010 an intergovernmental agreement was signed with Russia, providing a legal basis for nuclear cooperation in areas such as siting, design, construction and operation of power and research nuclear reactors, water desalination plants, and elementary particle accelerators. Other areas covered included fuel supply and wastes.