News Desk: Minister for Road Transport and Bridges and General Secretary of Awami League Obaidul Quader has expressed his displeasure over the lack of program of student organization on Education Day.
He expressed his displeasure at a seminar on the occasion of Education Day on Bangabandhu Avenue in the capital on Friday (September 18). He became virtually involved in it. Expressing regret, the general secretary of Awami League said, "Today is an essential day for the student community." How many people today know about the education movement of '72? It is not known. Obaidul Quader said that the student leaders now do not even hold seminars on the significance of this day on their campus, education, education problems or any other organization. If this trend continues, the pomp of student organizations will be lost. The politics of the future must be knowledge-based, so student politics must be established as a model of knowledge and values, he said. The bridge minister said, education is necessary for life, not for examinees, want students, not for livelihood. Teachers, parents, students and policy makers must first realize this reality. He added that at the moment, it is important to move forward with new strategies to increase the quality of education by relying on research. Obaidul Quader said that the merit of the meritorious should be evaluated and not the lobbying of any leader.
He further said that many students have dropped out due to this extreme condition of Corona. Stopped going to school. We have to find them and educate them again. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina does not think about the next election, she thinks about the next generation. Obaidul Quader said, the university will open at the end of this month, we have to see what life is like in the halls. Students stay in the halls, they have to stop staying in the hall in writing. It doesn't matter who is happy or unhappy. Obaidul Quader also said that these decisions have to be taken to bring education in quality depth. The general secretary of the Awami League said that the career of the students in the competitive global village should be of international standard.
The seminar titled 'Education: Practical Strategies for Achieving 2041' was organized by the party's Education and Human Resource Development Committee. It was chaired by Professor Abdul Khaleq, Chairman of the Education and Human Resource Development Sub-Committee. Also speaking at the seminar were Awami League Joint-General Secretary and Education Minister Dipu Moni, Bangabandhu Digital University Vice-Chancellor Dr Munaz Ahmed Noor, Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr ASM Maksud Kamal. Former secretary read the main article in the seminar.
Nazrul Islam Khan, Awami League health secretary. Rokeya Sultana. The program was presented by Shamsunnahar Champa, Member Secretary of the Sub-Committee on Education and Human Resource Development.