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The Public Service Commission in Bangladesh
Fardaus Ara, Md. Mostafizur Rahman Khan

The Public Service Commission (PSC) is a constitutional authority tasked with selecting qualified applicants for the Bangladeshi public service through a competitive exam known as the BCS Examination.  Additionally, it provides advice to governments on issues relating to recruitment, promotion and service rules. Due to some interference from the bureaucracy and politics, this statutory authority is unable to effectively perform its duties. For the past few years, the PSC has been the focus of attention and debate. This constitutional body has been swamped and had its reputation tainted by the influx of claims of corruption and politics. Additionally, accusations of prejudice have been raised against the PSC's chair and members. Therefore, it is crucial to foster a favourable environment so that the PSC can carry out its constitutional mandate free from obstruction.

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