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BKSP's talent hunt program in full swing

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The grass-root level talent hunt for the intensive training program held at the different venues in the country on Wednesday. BKSP has arranged the program at Dinajpur, Jhalokati, Faridpur and Sylhet.




The Bangladesh Krira Shikka Prothistan (BKSP) talent hunt program is going in full swing as 2103 examinees from four more district across the country appeared in the examination on the third day (Wednesday).
The four districts are Dinajpur(585,Jhalkathi(840),Faridpur(440)and Sylhet (238). The talent hunt program which began on Monday last will continue till April 27 at all 64 districts across the country.
A total of 1000 examinees will be preliminary selected from this month-long selection pro cedure to provide them a month-long training program.
Again 200 out of 1000 examinees will be selected to provide them further four-month training.
After the completion of four-month training camp, the most talented students will be given priority regarding the admission of BKSP.

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