Bangladesh stands at the threshold of a paradigm shift in technological development as it is poised to change gear into a faster mode of economic development, and realising its vision of becoming a developed nation by 2041.
During the recent Bangladesh Business Summit, it was clear that the next era of growth will come from a collective and collaborative effort. Today, Bangladesh is one of the world’s fastest-growing economies and is proudly building up to the trillion-dollar journey ahead.
Our education system does not equip students with the necessary skills for the job market.
The stage-breaking incident shows us that too many slogans, too much shouting, and even too much strength can be a bad thing.
This election year, the question that will inevitably come to the fore is of how successful AL has been in keeping its promises.
The Awami League envisions a “Smart Bangladesh” by 2041, seeking to build a country that would be cost-effective, sustainable, innovative and knowledge-based.
“The people of the country will learn everything online and be able to carry out all regular tasks online.” she added.