ফোরম্যান (ইলেকট্রিক্যাল/ ইলেকট্রনিক্স)
আবেদনের শেষ সময়
২ জানুয়ারি, ২০১৯
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সব সময় চাকরির খবরের আপডেট পেতে ক্লিক করুন এখানে।
ওয়াইএসআই বাংলা জবসে আজই আপলোড করুন আপনার সিভি। রেজিস্ট্রেশনের জন্য ক্লিক করুন এই লিঙ্কে।
The Bangladesh Navy is the naval warfare branch of the Bangladesh Armed Forces, responsible for Bangladesh’s 118,813 square kilometres (45,874 sq mi) of maritime territorial area, and the defence of important harbours, military bases and economic zones. The primary role of the Bangladesh Navy is to protect the country’s economic and military interests at home and abroad. The Bangladesh navy is also a front line disaster management force in Bangladesh, and participates in humanitarian missions abroad.
It is a key regional player in counter terrorism efforts, and engages in global peacekeeping with the United Nations. The Bangladesh Navy was created as part of Bangladesh Forces during Bangladesh’s 1971 liberation war against Pakistan. Its official creation date is July 1971 during the Bangladesh Sector Commanders Conference 1971. In 1971, with West Pakistan imposing a brutal military crackdown in East Pakistan, the Bangladesh Liberation War was already underway. Many Bengali sailors and officers in the Pakistan Navy defected to form the nascent Bangladesh Navy. Initially, there were two ships, PADMA and PALASH, and 45 navy personnel. On 9 November 1971, the first naval fleet, consisting of six small patrol vessels, was inaugurated.
These ships tried to carry out raids on the Pakistani fleet, but were mistakenly hit and sunk by the Indian Air Force on 10 December 1971. The next major attack was launched on Mongla seaport. According to official figures from the Bangladesh Navy, a total of 334 sailors were involved with the newly created navy, with 22 being killed in action. Bangladesh Navy is the first force among Bangladeshi military services to induct female members. First batch of 14 female officers joined the navy in 2000.In 2016, 44 female soldiers were added to the force for the first time. In 2011, the Bangladesh Navy’s rescue and medical team, along with the Bangladesh Army was deployed to Japan after Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.Bangladesh Navy have been an active disaster recovery force abroad.
In 2013, the navy deployed BNS Somudra Joy carrying humanitarian assistance worth of $1 million. Navy’s medical team were also deployed to Philippines. The Bangladesh Navy joined in the search operation of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 with BNS Bangabandhu, BNS Umar Farooq and a Dornier Do-228NG MPA in March 2014. The aircraft was a Boeing 777-200ER which gone missing with 12 Malaysian crew members and 227 passengers from 14 nations during the flight from Malaysia to China.
Later, BNS Umar Farooq was replaced by BNS Somudra Joy. The search was renewed in May 2014 when an Australian exploration company claimed to have traced aircraft debris in the Bay of Bengal. In 2014, during the Water Crisis in Maldives, the Bangladesh Navy was the first to launch humanitarian aid relief by deploying BNS Somudra Joy with 100 tonnes of bottled water.