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Engineer Khaled Mahmood appointed as BPDB chairman for 2 years contract

Engineer Khaled Mahmood has been appointed as Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB) chairman for 2 years contract after completion of his regular service as chairman on 22 December.

Public Administration Ministry has issued a circular in this regard on December 26, 2017.

Khaled Mahmood was born in Mymensingh on December 23, 1958. He obtained BSc Engineering Degree from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) in Electrical Engineering in 1981.

He joined the Directorate of Programme of Bangladesh Power Development Board as an assistant engineer in 1981. In his long career, Khaled discharged his duties in various positions in BPDB. He worked as Sub-Divisional Engineer in Design and Inspection Directorate, Deputy Director (XEN) Programme, Design and Inspection-1, assistant chief engineer in office of the Chief Engineer Generation, Director of Design and Inspection-1, Chief Engineer Generation and Member (Generation).

In his Illustrious career, Khaled discharged his duties as an expert especially in international bid document preparation, design and drawing preparation and approval, international negotiation of various power sector activities.

Khaled are proud parents of a son and a daughter.

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