Alexa 35 govt job entry age rejected in JS

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35 govt job entry age rejected in JS

 Staff Correspondent

 Published: 09:34 PM, 25 April 2019  

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State Minister for Public Administration Farhad Hossain has rejected the proposal to increase government job entry age to 35 years.

After raising the proposal to increase the government service entry age in the parliament, the state Minister for Public Administration Farhad Hossain nicked it.

The minster said that after completing studies, a student would have been at least 7 years. It's a lot of time. Besides, earlier the job entry age was 25 years maximum, from there to 27 and later 30 years. There is no reason to increase it now.

He also said that the environment of our university education is satisfactory while students are entering the job-market after completing studies in time, and getting 6-7 years. They should prepare themselves for it, as appropriate. At this time, he urged the MP to raise the proposal to review the matter and request for withdrawal.

But if MP Babul does not agree to withdraw it, the voice-vote is organized while MPs voted against the proposal.

Meanwhile, after the statement of the minister, is criticizing Facebook on the face of job seekers burst in social media protesting against the statement of the minster. They say this is part of the government's manifesto. Now the public administration ministry cannot deny it. They will formally protest against it.

Earlier, during the parliament session, MP of the Bogra-7 constituency Rezaul Karim Bablu raised the decision about the '35 want in the 'Ask the Question' term. At this time, he said, “Age should be increased from 30 years to 35 years for applying for recruitment in government jobs.”