Excellence can never be achieved without research: PM

 Staff Reporter   |   Update: 2020-02-26 18:30:07

Excellence can never be achieved without research: PM Excellence can never be achieved without research: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has asked the University Grants Commission (UGC) to monitor the universities.

The Prime Minister directed the Prime Minister to give 'Prime Minister's Gold Medal-2018' at a function organized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) at the Prime Minister's Office on Wednesday.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, "We want every university to observe our grant commission very well."

'To make a uniform policy, especially for the appointment of teachers, officers, employees of the university. Limit the number of students in a university. Because of how well the admission will be done in the admission form. To ensure that every institution can provide quality education. And now it's not too difficult.

Regarding strengthening the University Grants Commission, the Prime Minister said, "Increasing the scope of the University Grants Commission, increasing the workforce, improving efficiency, so that we can better monitor the number of universities that we are making. With that in mind it needs to be strengthened. We will take appropriate measures for that and take it. '

Stating that efforts are being made to bring everything into discipline, Sheikh Hasina said, “Private universities have passed the law. Responsibility for academic and administrative activities at private universities has been ensured. That was not a time. As one university does, three buildings can be seen in one building. I know what these universities teach. I was surprised at that time. Now I have tried to bring in a discipline. "

The Prime Minister said that the government will do whatever is necessary for the expansion of education and for improved education. We will do whatever we need and that is our policy. '

Referring to the establishment of specialized universities in different places of the country, she said, "We want to spread the education across Bangladesh." In that way, we are establishing specialized universities in different fields. Make the study versatile so that it will create employment opportunities at home and abroad. '

Stressing on the creation of skilled manpower for the fourth industrial revolution, the Prime Minister said, “We are talking about the fourth industrial revolution. From here we have to build our children as skilled manpower. Technology-based industries are evolving and that will evolve.

Emphasizing on the research, Sheikh Hasina said, "Without research, excellence can never be achieved. We have to keep pace with the era. '

Stating that there is no need to have a department till the SSC, the Prime Minister said, "It is divided into which section will go from Class Nine. I think there is no need to have this share. They can read in all subjects till SSC examination. If the split is good after SSC. Then at least one gets a chance to develop merit. '

Emphasizing the importance of science education, the Prime Minister said, “Everything is science-based right now. There is nothing beyond science. '

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina presented the gold medal among the 172 meritorious students who received the highest number of CGPA / CGPA from different faculties of the 36 universities of the country. Out of which 84 students and 88 students are students 163 students received the 'Prime Minister's Gold Medal' in the 2017.

Speaking on the occasion as special guest, Education Minister Dr. Deepu Mani. It was presided over by UGC Chairman Professor. Kazi Shahidullah. Secretary of Secondary and Higher Education said. Mahbub Hossain.

Speaking on behalf of the students who received the gold medal, the Department of Fisheries Technology student of the Ministry of Agriculture of Bangladesh University said. Mubarak Hossain and Sharmin Sultana of Management Studies at Jagannath University. Deputy Commissioner of Education Mohibul Hasan Chowdhury Knopfell, Principal Secretary Dr. Ahmed Kayakous and UGC Member Professor. Md. Sajjad Hossain.