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ORGANIZATION OF BASB
 
 
OBJECTS OF BASB
   
To promote the welfare of ex-servicemen and their families.
   
To promote and publicise recruiting drives for the armed forces.
   
To safeguard the interest of servicemen and their families in matters to be dealt with by the civilian authorities.
   
To formulate and sponsor plans for the rehabilitation/re-employment of the ex-servicemen and their families.
   
To maintain and administer welfare of charitable fund and institution for the welfare of ex-servicemen.
   
To watch that the concessions granted to ex-servicemen and their families are made available to the beneficiaries by the parties concerned.
 
 
FUNCTIONS OF BASB
   
Welfare and morale policy of ex-servicemen
Administration and Organization of District Armed Services Boards (DASB)
Budgetary Control and establishment of District Armed Services Boards
Formation of new District Armed Services Boards in Bangladesh
Alleviation of distress of ex-servicemen
Maintain membership of the Royal Commonwealth Ex-servicemen League, London
Dealt with the petitions/complaints of ex-servicemen
Rehabilitation, re-settlement and re-employment of ex-servicemen
Organize and monitor Ex-Servicemenís Associations
Vocational training for ex-Servicemen
Development of Civil and military relations
Holding of ex-servicemenís rallies
Welfare posters, pamphlets, publications, periodicals and information notes etc, for ex-Servicemen
Formation of Co-operative Industrial Centres, Co-operative Farming Societies etc, for ex-Servicemen
 
 
CENTRAL BOARD OF BASB
 
Chairman
Secretary, Ministry of Defence (MOD)
 
Member
One representative of Chief of Army Staff
One representative of Chief of Navy Staff
One representative of Chief of Air Staff
Secretary, Ministry of Finance (or his representative not below the rank of Joint Secretary)
Secretary, Ministry of Education (or his representative not below the rank of Joint Secretary)
Secretary, Ministry of Labour, Health & Social Welfare (or his representative not below the rank of Joint Secretary)
Deputy Secretary concerned, Ministry of Defence
One Ex-service Officer (Nominated by Director, Bangladesh Armed Services Board)
 
Secretary
Director, Bangladesh Armed Services Board
 
 
FUNCTIONS OF CENTRAL BOARD
 
01. The Board shall meet at least once a year and often if the business warrants to decide all major policy issues
02. Notice for the meeting shall be given to the members at least 30 days in advance
03. Every member of the board is entitled to suggest items for inclusion in the agenda
04. One third members shall constitute the quorum
05. The Chairman or in his absence the Vice-Chairman shall preside over the meetings
06.
The Secretary shall of the responsible for maintaining a correct record of the proceedings of the meetings and for circulation of the same soon after the meeting.
 
 
DISTRICT BOARD OF BASB
 
President
Deputy Comissioner of the District within which the Board is located Vice President-Recruiting Officer of the Area.
 
Vice President
 
 
Secretary
A released/retired Officer/JCO of the Army or of equivelant rank of the Navy or Air Force to be appointed by the Ministry of Defence on the recommendation of the Director of bangladesh Armed Services Board. He will be a temporary Government Servant with status of an officer in conformity with his pay scale.
 
Ex-Officio Member or Civil
01 Superintendent of police
02 District Inspector of Schools
03 Civil Surgeon of the District
04 Chairman of District Board
 
Ex-Officio Member-of Armed Forces
An Officer of the rank of Major or above of Army or equivalent rank of Navy or Air force nominated by the authority concerned located within the Area. Three ex-servicemen resident of the District
 
 
FUNCTIONS OF DISTRICT BOARD
 
01.
The members of the Board, Secretary and its staff shall collectively and individually strive to acheve the objects. Detailed instructions for the purpose shall be issued by or with the approval of Central Board from time to time.
02.
The primary responsibility for the efficient running of the office of the District Armed Services Board rests with the Secretary.
03.
The Secretary shall receive directive from the Director in confinity with the instructions and policy as laid down by the Central Board and will not as an adviser to the Diroctor for the implamentation of such Directives. The Central Board may address District Armed Services Board directly on all as such matters. As may be considered necessary.
 
 
AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY (AOR) OF DISTRICT ARMED SERVICES BOARD
 
Dhaka Dhaka, Gazipur, Narayangonj, Norsingdi, Munshigonj and Manikgonj
Dinajpur Dinajpur, Thakurgaon and Panchagor
Rangpur Rangpur, Kurigram, Nilfamari, Gaibandha and Lalmonirhat
Bogra Bogra and Joypurhat
Rajshahi Rajshahi, Natore, Chapai Nababgonj and Noagaon
Jamalpur Jamalpur and Sherpur
Mymansing Mymensingh, Kishorganizationonj and Netrokona
Tangail Tangail
Comilla Comilla, Chandpur and B/Baria
Pabna Pabna and Sirajgonj
Kustia Kustia, Meherpur and Chuadanga
Chittagong Chittagong and Coxís Bazar
Barisal Barisal, Bhola and Jhalakathi
Sylhet Sylhet, Hobigonj, Moulvibazar and Sunamgonj
Faridpur Faridpur, Madaripur, Rajbari, Shariatpur and Gopalgonj
Jessore Jessore, Narail, Magura and Jhenaidha
Khulna Khulna, Shatkhira and Bagerhat
Patuakhali Patuakhali, Borganizationuna and Pirojpur
Noakhali Noakhali, Luxmipur and Feni
Rangamati Rangamati, Bandarban and Khagrachari
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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