Develop children as worthy citizen with science knowledge: PM Sheikh Hasina

Published Date: 27-Jun-2024 | 01:33 PM
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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday stressed the need for grooming up children with the knowledge of science and technology to make them worthy citizen as they can conquer the moon in the future.

"We have to go to the moon one day. We have to conquer the moon. So, we have to provide our children with science-based education from their childhood," she said.

The prime minister made the remarks while inaugurating the National Primary Education Week-2024 as the chief guest at a function with a renewed pledge to ensure quality education for children.

The Primary and Mass Education Ministry organised the programme at the Osmani Memorial Auditorium here on Thursday morning.

To pursue the knowledge of science and technology, the premier said her government has already built an aerospace and aviation university (Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Aviation and Aerospace University) and aeronautical research centre to encourage the children to avail such education.

She also distributed Primary Education Medal-2023 among the stakeholders on the occasion.

The prime minister asked all concerned to make collective efforts to make the children skilled in all sectors that include education, sports and culture.

"We are doing everything to make our children worthy citizens in all aspects that include education, sports and culture," she said.

She added the children should be prepared from their childhoods by giving them required knowledge and training.

The prime minister said the time is the era of technology.

"So, we have to prepare our people with the knowledge of technology and for that reason, we have taken all kinds of measure to fulfill the target," she said.

 

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