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Ministry urges everyone to be sincere in the service of remittance warriors

Bangladesh Live News | @banglalivenews | 24 Mar 2024, 06:27 am

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 24 March 2024: State Minister for Expatriate Welfare and Foreign Employment Shafiqur Rahman Chowdhury has urged everyone to be more sincere in serving the remittance fighters. Stating that the image of the ministry depends on the service and use of the new recruits, he said, remittance fighters come to you with a lot of hope and hope to serve. The more comfortably you serve them, the brighter the image of the ministry will be.

He said these things while addressing the chief guest at the inauguration of the training workshop for new joining officers/employees at Bangladesh-Korea Technical Training Center (TTC) in Dhaka under the jurisdiction of Manpower Employment and Training Bureau on Saturday (March 23). Saleh Ahmad Mozaffar, Director General of Manpower Development and Training Bureau presided over the event. About 300 manpower has been recruited in various posts by the Bureau of Manpower Resources and Training.

Addressing the new officers, the state minister said, we must always be transparent, efficient and modest. You need to understand who your customers are. They are our remittance warriors. Be polite and sincere towards them. You must fulfill your responsibilities with honesty and devotion without evading your work.

The state minister said that training is given in technical training centers with the equipment of the Mandhata era, and this training is not useful for the new generation. Therefore, arrangements are being made to install modern equipment in technical training centers on the instructions of the Prime Minister.

He said, not only the training of expatriates should be arranged, but the trainers should also be trained on modern technology. I hope to equip our technical training centers with modern equipment within a few days.