Minister of State for Energy, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid said his ministry would provide financial support to promote research and creative work in the energy and energy sector. electricity.
“We will provide financial support from Bangladesh Energy and Power Research Council to all new generation creation and research work in power and power sector,” he said at the ceremony. economic awards ceremony at the Independent University of Bangladesh (IUB) to the city.
A total of 788 students of the university received the academic awards for the spring semester while 423 for the summer semester and 572 for the fall semester in the function.
Appreciating the decision of the IUB, the Minister of State said that the incentives and encouragement should be continued for the good works of the new generation.
He said that access to electricity at the local level has led to an expansion of economic activities.
Nasrul Hamid mentioned that a resolution has been accepted by the United Nations to classify Bangladesh as a developing country of least developed countries (LDCs).
Now the younger generation must work to implement the vision of becoming a developed nation by 2041, he said.
He urged young people to mentally prepare themselves to match them with the developed world.
He also focused on the potential of renewable energy in the country and advised the IUB authority to set up a solar energy system on the roof of university buildings with the help of the Sustainable and Renewable Energy Development Authority (Sreda).