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12:00 AM, February 14, 2009 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, February 14, 2009

Govt to ensure congenial atmosphere in edn instts

Says industries minister

Industries Minister Dilip Barua in the port city yesterday said the government is committed to ensuring congenial atmosphere in the educational institutions.
Such an atmosphere is a must to materialise the dream of Bangabandhu, he said, adding that an IT-based education system is required for a Digital Bangladesh.
Dilip Barua was addressing the prize giving ceremony of annual sports and cultural function of Ispahani Public School and College (IPSC) at the city's Zakir Hossain Road as the chief guest.
The government wants to see the educational institutions free from violence and extortion and uphold the culture and tradition of the country, said the minister.
Additional Secretary to the Ministry of Education Md Mozammel Hoque Khan was present on the occasion as a special guest while Chittagong Education Board Chairman Prof Mohammad Yousuf was the guest of honour at the ceremony held on the IPSC campus.
IPSC Principal Prof Hasina Zakaria and journalist and guardian Kalim Sarwar also spoke at the programme chaired by IPSC Governing Body Chairman Mirza Ali Behrouze Ispahani.
Mozammel Hoque underscored the need for creating an environment helpful for students to develop extra-curricular activities alongside excelling in education.
He ensured all-out support from the ministry in this regard.
IPSC Principal Hasina Zakaria sought cooperation from all, particularly from the guardians, to uphold the reputation of IPSC, one of the best educational institutions in the port city, and requested them to give the authorities feedbacks.

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