Reform quota system
It is very unjust that Bangladesh reserves 56 percent of government jobs for candidates with quotas. It is not fair or righteous that nearly half a century after the liberation war, 30 percent of government job positions are reserved for descendents of freedom fighters. Experts, academics and former bureaucrats are nearly in consensus that the quota system hinders appointment of qualified candidates for public service and that it should be reformed.
As a student myself, I'm gravely concerned about my future. Many students like me are demanding the quota system be reformed. I believe that our government should seriously consider reforming this unjust and unfair system.
Tapan Kumar Ghosh, By e-mail