Be change makers: PM to Qatar University students
MOON Desk: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday called upon the Qatar University students to be the change-makers being remained focus on vision having the mentality to embrace the new and future.
“Lead by example and be the change-maker,” she said while addressing a session with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for the students of Qatar University on theme titled “Bangladesh: a development model: Learning from Sheikh Hasina.”
The Premier, who is now on a three-day official visit to Doha to attend the Qatar Economic Forum-2023, told the students, “To represent a value, remaining focused on your vision and make concrete plans to realize your vision.”She also said: “Trust your people and team. Invoke your maternal spirit, and embrace the new and the future.” During her long speech, Sheikh Hasina gave a brief description of the struggle of achieving Bangladesh’s independence under the leadership of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and advancing the country towards transforming it into a developed, prosperous and Smart Bangladesh by 2041.
“We want to build a knowledge-based, SMART Bangladesh. In SMART Bangladesh, there will be a smart government, a smart economy, a smart population, a smart society, and smart manpower,” she said.
The Prime Minister said the people will be made skilled in using digital devices so that they can contribute to the fourth industrial revolution.
She went on saying that the purpose of Smart Bangladesh is to keep pace with the changing world and use digital devices in all areas of education, health, agriculture, industrial production, business, and trade.”To achieve the goals, we are setting up digital labs in all educational institutions, from primary to higher education. Computer training and incubation centers and hi-tech parks are being established throughout the country,” Sheikh Hasina said. Skilled manpower is being built through training in artificial intelligence, she said, adding that they have passed an act to establish a nanotechnology institution.The use of digital devices or technology has created vast employment opportunities for women in our society, the premier said.”