Industries Secretary KM Ali Azam yesterday called upon the officials and employees of the Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation (BSCIC) to be skilled in in technology for sustainable and environment-friendly industrialization in the country.
He said, “BSCIC officers and employees can play a leading role in achieving the goal of building a hunger and poverty free industrialized Bangladesh by 2041”.
To this end, he directed to strengthen the internal training on ICT.
Industries Secretary made the call while inaugurating a training course on ‘e-Filing’ for the manpower working in 64 district levels of BSCIC through digital platform, said a press release.
Among other, BSCIC Chairman Md Mushtaq Hasan spoke on the occasion.
Mushtaq Hasan said that 90 percent documents of the BSCIC head office are currently being settled through e-filing.
After the training at four regional offices, 64 district offices, 15 skill
development training centers and six beekeeping training centers and a
training institute with BSCIC head office, e-filing will be fully operational and BSCIC offices will be fully covered by e-filing, he added.
He hoped that BSCIC will be able to provide services at affordable cost
with speed and efficiency.