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THE SERVICES OF BANGLADESH CHAPTER1 SERVICES P2

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THE SERVICES OF BANGLADESH CHAPTER1 SERVICES

139. Term of office


(1) The term of office of the chairman and other members of a public service commission shall, subject to the provisions of this article, expire five years after the date on which he entered upon his office, or when he attains the age of sixty-five years, whichever is earlier;
(2) The chairman and other members of such a commission shall be removed from office except in like manner and on he like grounds as a judge of the 85[Supreme Court].
(3) A chairman or other member of a public service commission may resign his office by writing under his hand addressed to the President.
(4) On ceasing to hold office a mamber of a public service commission shall not be eligible for further employment in the service of the Republic, but, subject to the provisions of clause (1)-
(a) a chairman so ceasing shall be eligible for re-appointment for one further term; and
(b) a member (other than the chairman) so ceasing shall be eligible for re-appointment for one further term or for appointment as chairman of a public service commission.

140. Functions of Commissions


(1) The functions of a public service commission shall be-
(a) to conduct tests examinations for the selection of suitable persons for appointment of the service of the Republic;
(b) to advise the President on any matter on which the commission is consulted under clause (2) or on any matter connected with its functions which is referred to the commission by the President; and
(c) such other functions as may be prescribed by law.
(2) Subject to the provisions of any law made by Parliament, and any regulation (not inconsistent with such law) which may be made by the President after consultation with a commission, the President shall consult a commission with respect to-
(a) matters relating to qualifications for, and methods of recruitment to, the service of the Republic;
(b) the principles to be followed in making appointments to that service and promotions and transfers from one branch of the service to another, and the suitability of candidates for such appointment, promotions and transfers;
(c) matters affecting the terms and conditions (including person rights) of that service; and
(d) the discipline of the service.

141. Annual report


(1) Each commission shall, not later than the first day of March each year, prepare and submit to the President a report of the performance of its functions during the period ended on the previous 31st day of December.
(2) The report shall be accompanied by a memorandum setting out, so far as is known to the commission-
(a) the cases, if any, in which its advise was not accepted and the reasons why it was not accepted;
(b) the cases where the commission ought to have been consulted and was not consulted, and the reasons why it was not consulted.
(3) The President shall cause the report and memorandum to be laid before Parliament at its first meeting held after 31st March in the year in which the report was submitted.
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