Munshi Shahabuddin Ahmed, Chairman of the Tariff Commission. While working as the Secretary of the Technical and Madrasa Education Department of the Ministry of Education, he has expressed his thoughts on building the golden Bengal of Bangabandhu’s dream and implementing the vision 2041 of the People’s Leader Sheikh Hasina through a special publication called “Karigar”.
The main issue of “artisan” is the provision of a guarantee of a modern technology-rich education system in place of the old concept of conventional education.
Munshi Shahabuddin Ahmed always took to heart the speech given by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman at the National Conference of Chhatra League on 19 August 1973 at Suhrawardy Udyan.
(Fathers, learn a little education, no matter how long you live and die, there is no benefit if you don’t learn to read properly. And help your father and mother as long as you learn to read. Don’t be ashamed to hold hands with your father when you learn to wear pants. He runs the elevator during the holidays, wants to earn a couple of bucks during the holidays, and our boys eat in great comfort, and sit down to play cards.
In the villages, plant eggplant trees next to the house, how many pepper trees, how many pumpkin trees and how many coconut saplings. Please help me a little. How many chickens, how many chickens, the wealth of the nation will increase. You can afford it.
If you take so much land from your father, plant ten pumpkin trees, fifty pepper trees and some coconut saplings. You will see that you have earned 2/3 hundred rupees.
You can buy books with that money. Work, work hard, or you will not survive.
There is no benefit in just passing BA, MA. I want agricultural colleges, agricultural schools, engineering schools, school colleges so that people are really born. If you take basic education, you will be able to work and survive. The country was destroyed by the English by creating a clerk. . Speech of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman at the National Conference of Chhatra League at Suhrawardy Udyan on 19 August 1973)
On the other hand, referring to the importance of Bangabandhu and technical education in the 29th General Assembly of the United Nations in 1974, he said that the next world would be a beautiful world based on mutual sharing of resources and technical knowledge. Dr. Kudrat-e-Khuda, formed by Bangabandhu after independence, gave a report emphasizing the importance of the Education Commission and technical education.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, the worthy daughter of the Father of the Nation, laid special emphasis on technical education and undertook various activities for the expansion of technical education to meet the needs of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. As a result, the enrollment rate in technical education, which was below one per cent in 2009, has now risen to about 16 per cent. Special emphasis has been laid on technical education in the 2010 education policy. At the direction of Hon’ble Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, a new department called Technical and Madrasa Education Department was created by dividing the Ministry of Education with the aim of expanding and enhancing the quality of technical education.
The Department of Technical and Madrasa Education is also working to introduce technical education in general educational institutions.
Under the direction of Hon’ble Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, work is underway to build a technical school and college in every upazila of the country. The present government has a plan to establish one women’s technical school and college in each divisional town. The present government is providing all possible assistance to the technical education institutes at the private level. The government has already taken steps to provide vocational assistance to students studying technical education. The government is determined to make the country’s women manpower more capable.
One of the major functions of the government is to set up a Department of Technical and Madrasa Education. As a result, they should be able to build a golden Bengal or become a worthy partner in building this developed Bangladesh in 2041. In order to achieve these goals, the Technical and Madrasa Education Department is working on how, where and what kind of work, efforts, achievements, results, etc., based information publishing artisans.
One of the special features of the book is that it offers simultaneous technical education to the students pursuing higher education in general education in colleges / universities in order to get a job and solve the problem of unemployment. He hoped that more job opportunities would be created for the 44 lakh students currently studying at the university level in the country and the solution to the unemployment problem would be easier.
He dedicated the book to Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib, two daughters of the Father of the Nation Sheikh Hasina and Sheikh Rehana. The book is published by Mujib on the centenary of Mujib’s birth and is owned by three sons of Munshi Shahabuddin Ahmed, Akib Ahmed, Abir Ahmed and Arafat Ahmed.
Munshi Shahabuddin Ahmed obtained his MSS degree from Dhaka University in 1984 with honors in Public Administration. He joined the administration cadre in 1975 as an officer of the Bangladesh Civil Service. He is currently the chairman of the Tariff Commission. Earlier, he was in the Technical and Madrasa Education Department of the Ministry of Education