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Create skilled manpower to formulate policy

Says Agriculture Minister Dr Muhammad Abdur Razzaque

  • Staff Correspondent
  • 20 September, 2021 12:00 AM
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Agriculture Minister Dr Muhammad Abdur Razzaque stressed the need for creating skilled and trained manpower to formulate the policy properly and implement it more effectively.

The minister hoped that the course titled Policy Analysis will play a helpful role to formulate and implement SDGs and achieving development goals.

The minister came up with this observation while speaking as the chief guest at a seminar and distribution of certificates on a training course on policy analysis at the auditorium of Bangladesh Institute of Governance and Management (BIGM) in the capital on Sunday.

He further said that appropriate policy formulation and implementation of realistic and timely policy is very important for development and growth of the country.

The minister called upon the 22 government and non-government officials receiving the Certificate of Completion to concentrate on the effective use of the knowledge gained in the policy analysis course.

He said that Bangladesh has to maintain the height of development and success in all fields and to make the country a truly developed and prosperous country by 2041 through sustaining political stability at any cost.

Planning Commission Member (Secretary) of Agriculture, Water Resources and Rural Institutions Department Ramendra Nath Biswas was present as the special guest on the occasion.

BIGM Director Dr Mohammad Tareq, Chief Coordinator of the Policy Analysis Course Banik Gaur Sundar and BIGM Assistant Professor Monirul Islam were present on the occasion.

During the first part of the seminar, five top officials in evaluating the training course presented their policy papers.

Planning Commission Member (Secretary) of Department of Industries and Energy Sharifa Khan, and Additional Secretary of Department of Economic Relations (World Bank Branch) Abdul Baki gave their opinions on the presented policy paper.