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Nowadays, computer knowledge has become essential for achieving success and efficiency. Computer knowledge acts as a required quality or qualification for the unemployed. Computer skills increase the chances of getting a job and thus free the unemployed from the clutches of unemployment and poverty. The difference between a computer literate person and a non-computer literate person is quite clear. So computer knowledge is a must for youth.

The content of our today’s post is Computer Training Course Admission Notification where Government Computer Courses are available. This computer training course is organized and funded by the Department of Information and Communication Technology, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh.

The government has sanctioned various schemes from time to time to help the unemployed population to develop brilliant careers. Needless to say that not only the government but also many private or semi-government institutions provide free training or training for the unemployed with a nominal course fee. This training is sometimes free and sometimes requires admission with some fees. Eliminate unemployment by getting training so check out our free and paid training posts:

Smart entrepreneurs will be the driving force of a smart economy

State Minister for Information and Communication Technology Junaid Ahmed Palak mentioned that smart economy will be the main driving force of the economy of Smart Bangladesh and said that the main backbone of the smart economy will be our smart entrepreneurs.

He said there are currently 2,500 startups in the country. Who created 15 lakh jobs. He said that our goal is to promote 5 thousand more startups in the country’s IT sector by 2025, through which 3 million jobs will be created and by 2041, the contribution of this service sector to GDP will be 20 percent.

The State Minister said these things in his speech as the chief guest at the seminar titled “Smart Entrepreneur: Smart Bangladesh” organized jointly by the ICT Department and Idea Foundation at the Bangladesh Computer Council Auditorium in Agargaon today.

The state minister said that we give special importance to these three things: capital, technology and training in creating entrepreneurs. He said that the entrepreneurs with excellent business model, viable product and photo type will be given non-refundable funds from one lakh to ten lakh from the ICT department. Mentioning that smart entrepreneurs will take risks, Palak said that we are ethnically brave, innovative, creative, hardworking, talented and not afraid to take risks.

The state minister said that our goal is to create an ultrepreneurial supply chain in Bangladesh. By changing the mindset of job seekers, creating a mindset of job creators, smart economy will develop by 2041. Smart Employment Festival will be conducted in every Madrasa providing training to 50 lakh students of Aliya and Qaumi Madrasas. He also said that Tk 50 lakh will be distributed among the affected entrepreneurs of Bangabazar through 100 women entrepreneurs.

Idea Foundation Chairperson Kazi M. Under the chairmanship of Aminul Islam, Secretary of ICT Department Md. Samsul Arefin, Additional Secretary of ICT Department Mohammad Naveed Shafiullah, former Senior Secretary Shahidul Haque, former Secretary Kamrun Nahar, Project Director of A2I spoke among others. Dewan Muhammad Humayun Kabir, Mr. Anir Chowdhury, Policy Advisor of A2I, Sami Ahmed, Managing Director of Startup Bangladesh Limited, Digicon Technologies Ltd. Wahid Sharif, Managing Director and Bakko President, Cynthia Akhtar Liza, Founder of Leading Light (Training Institute) Narayanganj.

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