Nahid urges private universities to provide better education
10 February 2015, Nirapad News: Enhancing quality of education to built competent workforce in the country, Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid urged private universities to do more for improving academic atmosphere.
“Some private universities are doing good while some could not ensure proper academic atmosphere,” he told a function on the occasion of the 4th Convocation of Eastern University at Basundhara Convention Center here.
Nahid said the government will take tougher action against those universities who have been found guilty of violating the existing laws.
Former Advisor of caretaker government, president of Board of Directors of the university Md Enayet Ullah and teachers of different departments of the University, among others, addressed the convocation with Vice Chancellor of Eastern University Prof Dr Abdur Rob in the chair.
Nearly 33 crore textbooks were distributed among 4.44 crore students at primary and secondary levels on January 1, the minister said adding, “This is a very tough job to distribute the textbooks among the huge number of students. But we have been successful to do so.”
“We are facing a lot of challenges with regards to providing quality education. With assistance of all, the government wants to give better education to our children for making them skilled human resources”.