Students can be given education loans to continue their education easily. I said in the Parliament, the Prime Minister nodded his agreement.
We are thinking of providing education loan. We are working on these issues. We want students not to be discriminated against in any way.
He said this in an online discussion titled 'E-Learning during Corona' organized by Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) on Saturday. Professor Osama Khan, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Surrey, UK, presented the keynote in the 'e-learning' webinar. DCCI president Shams Mahmud gave a welcome address on the occasion.
The Education Minister said that our current education policy was formulated in 2010, and initiatives have been taken to modernize and reform it. E-learning will be given more importance in education policy.
In the days to come, e-learning activities should be continued through online in addition to direct teaching activities in classrooms. E-learning activities will play an important role in developing students' skills in new subjects.
He said that the teaching profession should be made more attractive and teachers should be made more efficient through training to bring talent into the education system. Universities should conduct more research.
The speech was given by the Vice-Chancellor of the National University. Haroon-ur Rashid, Vice Chancellor of American International University Bangladesh. Karman Z Lamangna, Chairman of Bangladesh Technical Education Board. Md. Morad Hossain Molla and others.