Call for inspiring young generations in science-based education


Published:
2022-03-16 07:59:07 BdST

Update:
2024-05-18 12:40:53 BdST

Published: 2022-03-16 07:59:07 BdST

Live Correspondent: Officials and experts at a discussion today called for inspiring the young generations in science and technology- based modern education to achieve sustainable progress in every sector on the way to build a developed country.  

They expressed their opinion in the discussion arranged at the inaugural ceremony of the two-day district level Science and Technology Week and Science Fair-2022 on the Public Library ground in the city.  

The district administration is organizing the event under supervision of National Science and Technology Museum and patronization of the Science and Technology Ministry marking the 43rd National Science and Technology Week and Science Fair-2022.

Divisional Commissioner Md. Abdul Wahhab Bhuiyan launched the fair by cutting a ribbon and releasing a balloon with festoon in the inaugural ceremony and addressed the discussion as the chief guest.  

Presided over by Deputy Commissioner Md. Asib Ahsan, Principal of Rangpur Carmichael College Professor Dr. Amjad Hossain, Head of the Department of Physics of Begum Rokeya University Dr. Md. Kamruzzaman and Rangpur Press Club President Mahabub Rahman addressed as special guests.

Thirty secondary and higher secondary level educational institutions from all over Rangpur district have set up 30 stalls on the fair premises projecting diverse scientific projects, research activities and innovations and ICT-based technologies.  

The speakers stressed on spreading science- and technology- based modern
education among the young generations to prepare them for the fourth industrial revolution to attain sustainable national development facing the
challenges of the 21st century.

Dr. Kamruzzaman put importance on popularisation of science- and ICT- based education to attain self-sufficiency in all spheres for attaining the sustainable development goals by 2030 on the way to build a developed Bangladesh by 2041.  

The chief guest discussed different realistic steps taken by the
government to popularize science-, technology- and knowledge-based education
and skills among the young generations to speed up uplift for attaining
sustainable national development.

Dhaka, 15 March (campuslive24.com)//bit

 


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