Directorate of Youth Development Training Admission Circular 2022

Directorate of Youth Development Training Admission Circular 2022-DYD admission circular 2022: For skill enhancement training and self-employment generation for the employability of 18-35 year old youth and young women of the country for the year. “Department of Youth Development”Applications are invited from interested youth for admission to the following non-residential/residential training courses.

Directorate of Youth Development Admission Circular 2022

Type of training official
Institution Directorate of Youth Development
Official website
Training posts 10
Age limit 18-35 years
Educational qualification JSC-HSC
Last date of application July 14, 2022

Take a look: Current Department of Youth Development Recruitment Circular

Directorate of Youth Development Training Admission Circular 2022

1. Course/Trade Name: See below
6 months/3 months/1 month
Course Fee: 50-1000 rupees
Educational qualification (minimum): 8th-Graduate
Center: 64 districts
Date of Interview: See notification

Check the official notification for more details

Last date for submission of applications in the mentioned trades: 27-06-2022 And 14-07-2022 Eng

Directorate of Youth Development Training Admission Circular 2022
Directorate of Youth Development Training Admission Circular 2022
Directorate of Youth Development Training Admission Notification
Directorate of Youth Development Training Admission Circular 2022
Directorate of Youth Development Training Admission Circular 2022

Application and admission information

Last date for submission of application in the mentioned trade is 14/11/2022 and training starts on 28th June, 2022. Candidates willing or interested to take admission in the mentioned course/trade must be between 18 to 35 years and unemployed youth and young women. However, the age limit is relaxable in the case of real freedom fighter family pets.

Candidates nominated by youth organizations and youth candidates will be given priority in the election. Self-Filled Application Form (01) Name (Bangla & English) (02) Father’s Name (03) Mother’s Name (Bangla & English) (08) Date of Birth (05) Age on Date of Notification (06) Nationality Identity Card]])) Number (if any) or Birth Certificate, (07) Present Address (08) Permanent Address (09) Educational Qualification (10) Religion (11) Gender (12) Mobile Number (if any) (13) Alternative Contact Number (14) Previous training (if any) (15) Name of organization if member of youth organization and (16) Future plan/reason for undertaking training.

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The prescribed application form is available on the website of the Directorate of Youth Development or can be collected free of charge from the offices of the Deputy Director/Co-Ordinator/Deputy Coordinator and the Upazila Youth Development Officer.

Unemployed youth living in remote areas can submit the application form for admission to the training at the Union Digital Center / Upazila Youth Development Officer’s Office / Youth Training Center / District Office.

(a) Copy of Educational Qualification Certificate (b) Nationality Identity Card (if any) or Birth Registration Certificate issued by Local Union Parishad Chairman/Municipal Commissioner should be submitted along with the application form. At the time of interview and nomination, original certificates and 02 recent passport size photographs should be brought.

Admission is open to all training courses of the Directorate excluding course fee with reservation of 8% quota for Dalit (Sweeper, Khashi, Dom) youth and 5% quota for Handicapped, Autistic and Hijra.

Must appear before the concerned Election Board at the appointed time on the date fixed for the meeting. No T,A/D,A will be issued for this purpose. The decision of the selection board regarding admission will be final. At the time of admission the selected trainees must provide mobile number, ID and e-mail ID.

Training conditions

The course mentioned in order No. 05 will be conducted on a residential basis and the trainees will be given training allowance as per the prevailing norms.

In the residential training described in Order No. 05, maximum 20 people can be accommodated in the male hostel and maximum 10 people in the female hostel instead of 60 people in the situation of Covid-19. In this case, trainees coming from distant upazilas will get residential facilities on priority basis and trainees from Sadar and nearby upazilas will have to receive training non-residentially.

  • (c) Every trainee shall abide by the rules and regulations of the Centre.
  • (d) Every trainee shall attend the training center on time.
  • (d) To be engaged in self-employment/employment after training.
  • (f) During the training period the health rules prescribed by the Secretary should be strictly observed.
  • (g) Masks must be worn during training.
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Theoretical classes should be conducted online/in person and practical classes should be conducted in different groups while maintaining social distance. The travel allowance due to the trainees of non-resident trades under revenue at the district office and upazila office will be paid subject to receipt of allotment.

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