Bangladesh Public Service Commission
|Legal status||Constitutional Body|
|Dr Mohammad Sadik|
Bangladesh Public Service Commission (Bengali: বাংলাদেশ সরকারী কর্ম কমিশন) is quasi judicial constitutional body established in 1972. The commission is responsible for the recruitment of civil service servants in Bangladesh government. It was formed by Section 137 of Part IX, Chapter II of the Constitution of Bangladesh.
The commission started as public service commission in 1926 during British India, it was later Known as East Pakistan Public service commission after the partition of India. After the Independence of Bangladesh it was established as Bangladesh Public Service Commission in 1972. For a while it used the Chummery House as its headquarters. It is responsible for holding Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) Examination and publishing its results.
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