Join Major Kalshi Classes for the best preparation to become a part of the Special Security Forces (SSF)
The SSF's role is to physically protect the President and Prime Minister of Bangladesh as well as anyone else the Bangladeshi government has identified as a very important person (VIP). To stop current threats to VIPs and safeguard them from emerging ones, the SSF works in conjunction with the civil administration, security organisations, and intelligence agencies. The SSF is also in charge of protecting the homes and offices of VIPs.
In Tejgaon, Dhaka, the SSF Headquarters is housed in the Prime Minister's Office. The SSF retains its own housing and autonomous training facility close to the headquarters. The SSF is divided into five administrative bureaus and is led by a director-general, who is a brigadier general or major general.
The Special Security Force training bureau is responsible for making an all-round officer through physical fitness sessions and shooting sessions before he takes over his duties. Once the candidates are selected after assessments to join the SSF, they are provided with physical training to make them more agile and physically fit. Different shooting techniques are taught to them.
During training, the shortlisted candidates are also taken to classroom activities like lectures, demonstrations and modules in a stimulating environment.
Before joining as an SSF officer men are provided proper training in the following ways:
Major General Md Majibur Rahman, OSP, PPMS, NDC, PSC, was born on 16th June 1968 in Narayanganj, Bangladesh.
He attended various professional courses both at home and abroad. His foreign courses include the Mid Carrier course in Pakistan, the Army Staff course and NDC Course in India.
He is a graduate of the prestigious defence services command and staff college, Mirpur. He is a widely travelled person and a keen golfer. He is happily married to Mrs Tasrin Mujib. Later the structure of the paramilitary government system in Bangladesh, the force was renamed as Special Security Force on 27 September 1991.