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SECRETARY
PARESH CHANDRA SHARMA
Paresh Chandra Sharma hails from the district of Kishoreganj. He obtained LL.B (Hons) and LL.M from Dhaka University. He was enrolled as an advocate in the District Court in 1985. Subsequently he entered in the judicial service as an Assistant Judge on 15 February 1988 through B.C.S. Examination 1985 securing 1st position in the merit. With the passage of time, he was promoted to the position of District and Sessions judge on 18 October. Before his posting in the Commission, he discharged the duties of the judge of the Nari o Shisu Nirjaton Daman Tribunal (The Anti-Women and Children Oppression Tribunal-2), Dhaka. He also served as the Controller of Examination of the Bangladesh Judicial Service Commission and the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate of Chittagong. During his long years in the judicial service, he worked in different tiers at the District Judges’ Court of Sirajganj, Narsingdi, Habiganj, Moulivibazar, Netrokona, Sylhet, Jhenaidah and Chittagong. He participated in the study tours held in Singapore and Indonesia in 2013. He also witnessed the proceedings of different courts in India and U.S.A.

CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS SK. ASHFAQUR RAHMAN

Born in 1972 to Late Delder Rahman, a renowned criminal lawyer of greater Khulna, Sk. Ashfaqur Rahman had his secondary and higher secondary education at Satkhira Govt. High School and Satkhira Govt. College in the years of 1988 and 1990 respectively. He obtained Honors and Masters Degree both in law from University of Rajshahi. He then joined Bangladesh Judicial Service through 18th BCS in 1998 as Assistant Judge. Before assuming the present office, he had the opportunity to serve in different tiers of the Judicial Service at field level. He also participated in a number of trainings, seminars and workshops.

DEPUTY SECRETARY
MOHAMMAD AL MAMUN
Born in 1973 in Tangail, Mr. Mohammad Al Mamun, a member of Bangladesh Judicial Service, had his Secondary and Higher Secondary Education at Paiska High School in Tangail and Govt. Ashek Mahmud College, Jamalpur in the years of 1988 and 1990 respectively. He obtained Honors Degree in law from the University of Dhaka. Subsequently he did Masters in the same subject. Mr. Mohammad Al Mamun then joined Bangladesh Judicial Service through 18th BCS Examination in 1998 as Assistant Judge. Before assuming the present office, he had the opportunity to serve in different tiers of the Judicial Service at field level. He also participated in a number of trainings, seminars and workshops. He visited India