Illiteracy giveaway Bangladesh by 2 yrs, says PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Monday pronounced Bangladesh will be inability to read as great as write giveaway nation by subsequent dual years.

She came up with the goal in an coronation programme of Primary Education Week-2012 during Osmani Memorial Auditorium in the city.

“The aim could be achieved by 2006 if Awami League would come in appetite in 2001,” pronounced the premier.

Hasina distributed medals in between twenty-four students for their shining performances in the single some-more curriculum activities as great as twenty-two institutions, inner supervision representatives, supervision officials, teachers as great as employees for their superb contributions to initial preparation in the country.

Hasina said: “Bangabandhu done the initial preparation entirely giveaway shortly after autonomy to have inability to read as great as write giveaway country. But the enlargement was disrupted after heartless murdering of Bangabandhu.”

“In 1996, when you insincere in appetite after twenty-one years of murdering of Bangabandhu, country`s preparation rate was customarily 46 percent. In the five-year rule, you lifted the rate to 65.5 percent, though the rate came down to 45 percent in the subsequent five-year system of administration department department department of BNP,” she said.

The curriculum books examine the digitalization of the nation as any the single can find it online or in e-book, the PM added.

Criticizing Chittagong main road impetus of antithesis personality Khaleda Zia, Sheikh Hasina said: “She (Khaleda Zia) could not have the weeklong enlightenment if AL supervision had not increasing appetite generation.”

With Minister for Primary as great as Mass Education Dr M Afsarul Amin in the chair the programme was additionally addressed, in between others, by State Minister for Primary as great as Mass Education M Motahar Hossain, Secretary AKM Abdul Awal Majumder as great as Director General of Primary Education Shaymol Kanti Ghosh

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