Speakers at a programme on Friday evening said that the more capable, skilled and learned graduates are coming into government and other most desirable jobs.
The job seekers made their way through tough competition that upgrades the service quality and responsibility, added the speakers.
They also said a number of job seekers in previous days used unethical way to get job evading competition. However, the trend is mostly changed due to the systematic development and good practice of ethics and values.
They said this at a reception programme of 36th and 37th BCS cadres (recommended) by ODITI Limited, a career-building centre, where Comilla University Vice-Chancellor Dr Emran Kabir Chowdhury was present as the chief guest.
Referring to the quality-level and wisdom of government officials, he said: “The BCS cadres are the filtered brilliants in the country.”
About the linger process of BCS cadres postings, the former member of Bangladesh Public Service Commission said that the final selection stage of the BCS is fully manual but transparent.
"So it takes time to announce gadget order. We have tried to make it digitalized but it could not be possible due to the system."
Addressing the event as a special guest, Zakir Hossain, additional commissioner of Customs, Excise and VAT Commissionerate in Dhaka (South) Custom House under National Board of Revenue, said the increase of competition in job field is a good sign for job providers as they can choose the best person for the post.
He also advised the newly recommended BCS cadres to work in their respective positions with dignity, responsibility, and patriotism.
ODITI Limited's Managing Director Abdul Latif, presiding over the reception programme, suggested the job seekers for the best use of their times after graduation and post graduation to get their desired job.