Today, on Sunday, February 4th, 2012, at the Bangabandhu International Conference Center, an education rally was organized in the presence of the principal of the affiliated colleges of the National University. Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr. In the chairmanship of Harun-Ar-Rashid, the Honorable Prime Minister of the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina, presented the direction as the chief guest to guide the college overseers on the subject of higher education related to the country. In his speech, he expressed his satisfaction at the national university’s IT-based and decentralized management system and the session release of the university. “Following the principles and ideals of the Father of the Nation, we are giving the highest priority in education. The cost of education is the best investment.
No educated nation anywhere in the world is backward, backward, unemployed or superstitious. Education is the step of a nation’s development. “He also said in his speech,” You are the college executives who are the artisans of the people. I urge you to keep the vision of students who are well-educated so that they develop in great ideology of patriotism and abandonment and that any student who does not stray into terrorism, drug addiction. “
He has 10 establishments and 1 project namely- 1. Liberation war Bangabandhu and Bangladesh Institute of Research, 2. ‘Independence’ Mural, 1952-1971, 3 Dormitory building, 4. ICT buildings, 5 Senate Building, 6. Officer Building, 7 Employee Building, 8. Barisal Regional Center, 9. Rangpur Regional Center, 10. Chittagong Regional Center, 11 The foundation stone of the College Education Development Project (CEDP) was announced and the inauguration was announced.
Honorable Education Minister of the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Mr. Nurul Islam Nahid MP and Honorable Education Secretary, Mr. Md. Sohrab Hossain
2049 college principals from across the country participated in this education rally. Also the honorable members of the cabinet, honorable advisers, MPs, prominent educators and invited representatives of civil society were present on the occasion.