Bangabandhu’s Golden Bangla is not possible for a low-headed nation

State Minister for Primary and Mass Education Rumana Ali said that no nation can stand tall if the foundation of ethics and morality is not strong. And it is not possible for a low-minded nation to establish Bangabandhu’s dream of Sonar Bengal.

He said these things in the speech of the chief guest at the workshop titled ‘Practice of Purity in Primary Education’ at Dhaka Officers Club Auditorium on Saturday (July 6) night.

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Rumana Ali said, all primary schools will be a hotbed for practicing purity. Here the child will be taught morals, values, discipline and duty. So that the child can develop himself as an honest and good citizen.

The workshop was presided over by the President of Bangladesh Economics Association. Kazi Khalikuzzaman Ahmad. Public Service Commission (PSC) Chairman Sohrab Hossain, former Chief Secretary Abdul Karim, Officers Club General Secretary Mejbah Uddin, Mahmud Hasan etc. spoke among others.