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Staff Correspondent
Telecom and ICT Minister Mustafa Jabbar has said that the country will be lagging behind as a nation if it fails to make new generation qualified for the modern world.
The minister was speaking at a program titled “Skills Development for Mobile Games and Applications project” as the chief guest at Bangladesh Computer Council (BCC) in the capital city on
Monday.
He said, “Our new generation can learn anything fast. Their talent is to be utilized in a proper way. We need concerted efforts to make our next generation become compatible with modern technologies such as robotics, artificial intelligence, 5G and modern technology.”
The ICT minister signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with eight public and non-government organizations for implementing eight people-friendly digital initiatives.
The eight organizations are as follows: Bangladesh Technical Education Board, Dhaka Government Teachers’ Training College, Feni Government Teachers’ Training College, Mymensingh Government Teachers’ Training College, Faridpur Government Teachers’ Training College, Bangladesh Open University, Bangladesh Industrial and Technical Assistance Center (BITAC), and non-Government Organization Breaking the
silence.
The chiefs of respective organizations were present during signing of the project. Among them, project director of Skills Development for Mobile Games and Applications Md. Abdul Hai and project director of A2I Mostafizur Rahman.