DLS job circular 2024 | dls.gov.bd

DLS job circular 2024: Manpower will be appointed to the vacant posts of the Department of Livestock Services. Department of Livestock Services will appoint a total of 638 people in 13 posts. Both men and women can apply for the posts in all districts. Interested candidates can apply online. If interested and qualified you can also apply. Complete notification (DLS job circular 2024) is given in detail.

DSS job circular 2024

Department of Livestock Recruitment Circular 2024

Post Name: Cashier
Number of posts:54.
Educational Qualification:Passed Higher Secondary Certificate or equivalent examination from a recognized Board of Education.
Other Qualifications:Completed Basic Computer Course (including MS Word, MS Excel, E-mail and Internet usage) from a recognized institution

Post Name: Office Assistant cum Computer Numerologist
Number of posts:461.
Educational Qualification:Passed Higher Secondary Certificate or equivalent examination from a recognized Board of Education with minimum second division or equivalent GPA.
Other Qualifications:Minimum proficiency in computer literacy speed of 20 words per minute in English and 20 words in Bengali.

Post Name: Laboratory Technician (Lower Scale)
Number of posts:39.
Educational Qualification:Passed Higher Secondary Certificate or equivalent examination in Science from a recognized Board of Education with second division or equivalent GPA.
Other Qualifications:Completed basic computer course (including MS Word, MS Excel, e-mail and internet usage) from a recognized institution.

Post Name:Store keeper
Number of posts:04.
Educational Qualification:Passed Higher Secondary Certificate or equivalent examination from a recognized Board of Education with minimum second division or equivalent GPA.
Other Qualifications:Completed basic computer course (including MS Word, MS Excel, e-mail and internet usage) from a recognized institution.

Post Name: Assistant Store Keeper/Assistant Warehouse Keeper
Number of posts:04.
Educational Qualification:Passed Higher Secondary Certificate or equivalent examination from a recognized Board of Education with minimum second division or equivalent GPA.
Other Qualifications:Completed Basic Computer Course (including MS Word, MS Excel, E-mail and Internet usage) from a recognized institute

Post Name: Driver
Number of posts:49.
Educational Qualification:Passed Junior School Certificate or equivalent examination from a recognized Board of Education.
Other Qualifications:03 (three) years experience with Driving (Light/Heavy) License issued by BRTA.

Post Name: Driver tractor
Number of posts:05.
Educational Qualification:Passed Junior School Certificate or equivalent examination from a recognized Board of Education.
Other Qualifications:03 (three) years experience with Driving License (Light/Heavy) issued by BRTA

Post Name: Milk van driver
Number of posts:02.
Educational Qualification:Passed Junior School Certificate or equivalent examination from a recognized Board of Education.
Other Qualifications:03 (three) years experience with Driving License (Light/Heavy) issued by BRTA

Post Name: Truck driver
Number of posts:06.
Educational Qualification:Passed Junior School Certificate or equivalent examination from a recognized Board of Education.
Other Qualifications:03 (three) years experience with Driving (Heavy) License issued by BRTA.

Post Name: Driver (trolley)
Number of posts:04.
Educational Qualification:Passed Junior School Certificate or equivalent examination from a recognized Board of Education.
Other Qualifications:03 (three) years experience with Driving (Heavy) License issued by BRTA.

Post Name: Driver (lorry)
Number of posts:04.
Educational Qualification:Passed Junior School Certificate or equivalent examination from a recognized Board of Education.
Other Qualifications:03 (three) years experience with Driving (Heavy) License issued by BRTA.

Post Name: Pickup driver
Number of posts:02.
Educational Qualification:Passed Junior School Certificate or equivalent examination from a recognized Board of Education.
Other Qualifications:03 (three) years experience with Driving License (Light/Heavy) issued by BRTA.

Post Name: Driver Pump/Pump Driver
Number of posts:04.
Educational Qualification:Secondary School Certificate (Vocational) or equivalent in relevant trade from a recognized Board of Education.
Other Qualifications:02 (two) years experience in related work

Application Start Time: 18 April 2024
Application Deadline: 19 May 2024

Application Process: Apply online through http://job.dls.gov.bd website.

Department of Livestock Services

The Department of Livestock Services (DLS) in Bangladesh plays a crucial role in the country’s agricultural sector by focusing on the development, management, and regulation of livestock resources. Established under the Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock, the DLS is responsible for implementing various programs and policies aimed at promoting the growth and sustainability of the livestock industry.

One of the primary objectives of the DLS is to enhance livestock production through the adoption of modern farming practices, improved breeding techniques, and better animal healthcare services. This involves providing training and technical assistance to farmers, disseminating information on best practices, and conducting research to develop innovative solutions for the sector’s challenges.

The department also works to ensure the welfare and health of livestock by implementing disease control and prevention measures. This includes vaccination campaigns, disease surveillance, and the establishment of quarantine facilities to prevent the spread of contagious illnesses among animals.

In addition to its focus on production and health, the DLS also plays a vital role in promoting sustainable livestock farming practices. This involves initiatives to increase the efficiency of resource utilization, minimize environmental impact, and improve the overall resilience of the livestock sector to climate change.

Furthermore, the DLS is involved in the regulation and enforcement of laws related to livestock management, including animal welfare standards, biosecurity measures, and the control of livestock-related diseases. By enforcing these regulations, the department aims to maintain the integrity of the livestock industry and safeguard public health.

Overall, the Department of Livestock Services in Bangladesh serves as a key institution in driving the growth and development of the country’s livestock sector. Through its various initiatives and programs, the department contributes to food security, poverty alleviation, and economic growth while ensuring the sustainable management of livestock resources.


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