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Govt to recruit 10,000 pry teachers in 4 months: secretary

Express Report
  26 Feb 2024, 01:19

The government will appoint 10,000 teachers in government primary schools within four months to improve the quality of primary education.

Primary and Mass Education Secretary Farid Ahmed told a workshop organized by Mymensingh Divisional Primary Education office in Mymensingh. 

The secretary said the future of the nation depends on primary school teachers. Everyone should strive for its development so that it can become a knowledge-based country.

He also said we have planned for an expenditure of around Taka 13 thousand crore within 16 months for ensuring better primary education.
 
The government wants to make a Smart Bangladesh by 2041 so will have to do more development to primary education sector, he added. 

With Mymensingh divisional commissioner Umme Salma Tanzia in the chair, the function was addressed, among others, by national primary education academy DG Farid Ahmed, LGED additional chief engineer Md Abdur Rashid Mia and Deputy Commissioner of Mymensingh Dider-E-Alam Mohammad Maksud Chowdhury.

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Govt to recruit 10,000 pry teachers in 4 months: secretary

Express Report
  26 Feb 2024, 01:19

The government will appoint 10,000 teachers in government primary schools within four months to improve the quality of primary education.

Primary and Mass Education Secretary Farid Ahmed told a workshop organized by Mymensingh Divisional Primary Education office in Mymensingh. 

The secretary said the future of the nation depends on primary school teachers. Everyone should strive for its development so that it can become a knowledge-based country.

He also said we have planned for an expenditure of around Taka 13 thousand crore within 16 months for ensuring better primary education.
 
The government wants to make a Smart Bangladesh by 2041 so will have to do more development to primary education sector, he added. 

With Mymensingh divisional commissioner Umme Salma Tanzia in the chair, the function was addressed, among others, by national primary education academy DG Farid Ahmed, LGED additional chief engineer Md Abdur Rashid Mia and Deputy Commissioner of Mymensingh Dider-E-Alam Mohammad Maksud Chowdhury.

Comments

Bangladesh built a tech park for 100,000 workers. Now it’s a ghost town
Two die from 'heatstroke' as Bangladesh boils under sweeping heatwave
Internet slowdown likely as submarine cable breaks down
Myanmar army, BGP personnel will be repatriated Monday: FM
BNP is lucky to have Awami League in power as they are free to speak, says PM Hasina