Entrepreneurial Economists club of Dhaka School of Economics,A higher tertiary educational institute organized the virtual public lecture on "Fifty years of Victory of the Country and Bangabandhu" where Dr Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad gave a public lecture on 15th December,2021. Dr Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad said that Bangladesh after independence spread development towards all as per the directives of the father of the nation.
Dr Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmadargued that progress in every sphere of the economy has been felt since the victory of Bangladesh. Livelihood of the people started to rise and Bangladesh is now going to graduate as the least developed country by 2026.He pointed out that land office management overall the country needs to be corruption free.In his lecture he paid rich tribute to the Bangabandhu for his multilevel development effort in different arenas. Dr Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad argued that imperialism and anti Bangladeshi collaborators tried to play a negative role in the country. After the tragic incident of 1975,the country again move towards development sphere when Prime minister Sheikh Hasina tried to developed the nation in well being of the people.He put emphasis on honesty and dignity of human being and ethical and moral values as well as the longest serving prime minister in the history of Bangladesh, is currently serving her fourth term to progress the country economically and socially.Hope that corruption by the individual will be minimized as the present govt. did well despite the ongoing COVID19 pandemic. He underscored the need of the entrepreneurial education after HSC for which Dhaka School of Economics introduced Bachelor of Economics (Entrepreneurial Economics) under the University of Dhaka.
In the public lecture, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Mahboob Ali ,Entreprenruial expert and IT expert of Dhaka School of Economics presided over.Prof.Ali said that economy of the country is progressing with good steps taken by the present govt.
Among others Sara Tasneem, Afia Akther of Dhaka School of Economics and participants took part in the question answer session.
150 Participants from home and abroad attended virtually.