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The next 5 years of technology innovation will be unimaginable: Mustafa Jabber

Telecommunication and Information Technology Minister Mustafa Jabbar said that the era of the fourth industrial revolution is the era of innovation. Those who do not invent this age of ongoing digital art revolution will not survive, it is challenging. He said Bangladesh is one of the most promising countries in terms of innovation. In the next 5 years, Bangladesh will be unthinkable in the continuation of change.

He said this in the speech of the Chief Guest at the closing ceremony of Innovation Showcasing 2011, organized by Post and Telecommunication Division at GPO Auditorium in Dhaka yesterday. Senior Secretary of the Cabinet Division (Coordination and Reformation) Md. Shamsul Arefin, Secretary of Post and Telecommunications Division Ashok Kumar Biswas, A2U Director Md Mostafizur Rahman and Chief Innovation Officer of Postal, Telecommunication Department Mr. Azizul Islam delivered the speech.

The telecommunications minister said, the industry is constantly changing. The first three industrial revolution was led by innovation in Japan in America and Europe and Asia. Now they are not in that leadership position. Because of their lack of young people. Our young people are very talented. Young people will have to use the innovation. The progress made by Bangladesh in the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina during the last ten years is surprising. The government has been passing this hundred years in this regard.

Before the minister visited Innovation Showcase2019. Among the notable innovations shown in Innovation Showcasing, 019 were the BTI's IMEI database and the NOC Automation and Central Biometric Verification Platform. BTCL's Dialer, Digital Financial Services Cash of Bangladesh Postal Department and online admission system and results in Teletalk's education institute and verification of the disaster message using IVR. The overall support of these initiatives was in A2I, Cabinet Division, IT Department USAID and UNDP.

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