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Nahid urges all to work for improving quality of education
Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid on Monday urged all, especially teachers, to work together to enhance the quality of education.
“Teachers are the key force for this. Quality teachers mean quality education,” he said while addressing the national level prize giving ceremony of National Education Week 2017 and 2018 at the International Mother Language Institute Auditorium in the city.
Nahid said various competitions and cultural activities can improve the creativity of students as well as create leadership among them. “So, students should get involved in these types of activities.”
At the programme, he distributed prizes and certificates among 180 teachers from across the country in 25 categories for their remarkable contributions to education.
The minister also gave away awards among the best Rover Scout, Bangladesh National Cadet Corps (BNCC) and National Girls’ Guide members for their contributions.
Secondary and Higher Education Division Secretary Md SohrabHossain and Technical and Madrasah Education Division Secretary Md Alamgir also spoke on the occasion.