Underscoring the importance of a fresh industrial revolution in the country, state minister for public administration Farhad Hossain on Friday said new entrepreneurships are needed for making the country more developed and prosperous.
He said this while addressing a workshop at the Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation (BSCIC) in the city.
The state minister said the government is working to reach its goal of making the country a developed one within 2041, said a PID handout, reports news agency UNB.
“The country will have to make huge progress in industrial sector as well as in agriculture. Besides, more entrepreneurs have to be created. Capable youths should be well-trained so that they can launch their own factories,” he said, adding that the government will provide necessary facilities in this regard.
Industries secretary Md Abdul Halim also addressed the programme as special guest while BSCIC chairman Md Moshtaq Hasan was in the chair.