Emphasis on science-based technology-friendly curriculum: Education Minister

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Minister of Education Dr.  Dipu Moni said that science-based, technology-friendly curriculum is being emphasized to make the education system practical.  The government is working to turn manpower into public resources in such a way that after graduation, students can become entrepreneurs without chasing jobs.

He said these things in the speech of the chief guest on the concluding day of the three-day international conference on education and development at Kakina Uttar Bangla College in Kaliganj upazila of Lalmonirhat on Tuesday (February 28) afternoon.

Earlier on Sunday (February 26) at noon, the conference was inaugurated by Professor Economist of Scotland’s Glasgow University, the founder of North Bangla College.  Mozammel Haque.

The education minister said that technology is being added to the new curriculum to make the students skilled, qualified, humane and creative by coming out of the conventional education system and thinking.  This requires everyone’s participation and cooperation.

Students need to develop values.  So that they develop as good citizens and build Bangabandhu’s Sonar Bangla as well as Bangabandhu’s daughter Sheikh Hasina’s Smart Bangladash.

The conference that North Bengal College has organized with renowned educationists from home and abroad to improve the quality of education deserves praise.  Seeing this initiative of this institution in a remote area, others will be inspired and help to advance the education and development of the country through such arrangements.  Therefore, the Minister of Education thanked the organizers.  Deepu Moni.

In this three-day conference organized by North Bangla College, renowned educationists from home and abroad participated and reviewed various discussions on education and development.  Renowned academicians from different countries including India, Australia, England, Canada, Pakistan, Scotland and vice-chancellors of different universities and principals of various colleges in the northern region participated in the conference.

Professor Anwar Hossain, Vice Chancellor of Northern University, Professor Mahbooba Nasrin, Pro Vice Chancellor of Bangladesh Open University, Professor Dr. Deepak Roy of Raiganj University, Principal of North Bengal College Abdur Rauf Sarkar and many others gave speeches highlighting various aspects of education development.

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