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Bangladesh govt is creating 12,000 WiFi zones in wetland area: Mustafa Jabbar

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Dhaka — The Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, Mustafa Jabbar has said that education is the vehicle to move forward all over the world. Civilization has evolved thanks to education. Now education has to keep pace with the evolution of civilization.

In order to lead the digital civilization or the fourth industrial revolution, the highest importance must be given to digital education.

The Minister said that the need for opportunities is essential for the spread of digital education. The magic of ’s advancement in today’s digital industrial revolution is the Digital Bangladesh program announced by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in 2008. In the last 12 years, Bangladesh has been able to set an example for the world in all fields including digitization.

He was speaking as the chief guest at a discussion meeting organized by the Greater Mymensingh Coordinating Council on the occasion of the 233rd anniversary of the establishment of Mymensingh district in Dhaka on Saturday.

Mustafa Jabbar, President of Greater Mymensingh Cultural Forum highlighted the history and heritage of Greater Mymensingh and the events of the establishment of the district 233 years ago.

He highlighted the various programs undertaken by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to spread education in all districts of Greater Mymensingh, especially in digital education. There are now sub-mergeable roads passing by every village in the haor. Digital superhighways have been created. There is a tele-talk network in the haor area. Over 12000 WiFi zones are being created.

He said the fishery resources of the haor, like the grain resources, could also play a role in meeting the demand for fish in the country.

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