Quota reform body’s first assembly held at Secretariat

Education Desk, Shiuli Akhter, Dhaka Office: Alltimenews.com:- The first assembly of the seven-member committee formed to review the prevailing quota system in public service became held at the secretariat right here on Sunday.

Cabinet Secretary Mohammad Shafiul Alam presided over the meeting with the presence of all members, Public Administration Ministry’s Joint Secretary Abul Kashem Md Mohiuddin, spokesperson of the committee, informed newshounds after the assembly.

While briefing, the spokesperson stated the committee decided to gather all of the preceding reports published in one-of-a-kind newspapers, specific organizations and establishments and public service fee on the problem.

Then, the second meeting may be held after accumulating all the facts and reports related to quota, said the authentic.

Abul Kashem Md Mohiuddin additionally referred to that the committee is working to submit its record inside the given 15 running days.

Earlier on July 2, the Public Administration Ministry formed the committee to review/reform/revoke the present quota machine in authorities jobs.

The committee has been asked to put up its file inside 15 operating days.

In April, college students of public and private universities across the country waged a robust movement disturbing reform inside the quota gadget.

In the face of the motion, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina announced in parliament on April 11 the abolition of all varieties of quotas in public jobs.

As no gazette notification has up to now been issued concerning the abolishment of the quota gadget as in keeping with the PM’s announcement, the leaders of the council gathered in front DU central library on Saturday to preserve a pre-scheduled press conference to announce their fresh programme.

But, Bangladesh Chhatra League activists reportedly finished separate assaults on the protesters and standard college students that prompted protests at unique universities across the u . S . A ..


Education Desk, Alltimenews.com