Govt to initiate mega projects in education sector, says the minister.
Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni on Thursday said that no development will be sustainable if the quality of education is not improved.
The minister said this while inaugurating buildings and laying foundation stones of various educational institutions in Narayanganj on Thursday, said a press release.
Noting that the present government is giving utmost importance to the development of education.
She said: The Awami League government under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister.
She has been able to bring almost 100% children under the education program at the initial stage.
The government is working relentlessly to ensure the quality of education, Dipu Moni added.
“To ensure proper and quality education for the future development of the country.
The curriculum is being formulated on the basis of knowledge, skills and values.
In the future mega projects will be taken up in the education sector,” she added.
State Minister for Primary and Mass Education Md Zakir Hossain and Mayor of Narayanganj city Selina Hayat Ivy.
Among others, were present on the occasion, said the press release.
The minister laid the foundation stone of Kadam Sharif Girls High School and the dormitory of Narayanganj Fine Arts Institute in Narayanganj Bandar Upazila.
You would think that one would talk about technology in a workshop on Blended Education For All (BEFA). We mostly talked about everything but technology.
And rightly so.
As I was speaking of transforming Bangladesh’s education with technology at the workshop, Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni promptly corrected me.
We are not merely transforming our education. We are transforming Bangladesh itself.
Last week, as we remembered the transformational speech delivered by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on March 7, 1971 that gave birth to Bangladesh.
I reflected that Bangladesh will require, once again, to spread unshakable faith amongst all its people.