Bangladesh Government's ICT Advisor Sajeeb Wazed Joy has just crossed his 50 on July 27 and this increased public expectations about his future role in political arena as by now he played the pivotal role in setting the country’s crucial course being the beacon of ‘Digital Bangladesh’. Joy, being a leading political
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on May 31 ruled out the possibility of opening educational institutions immediately. She said, students are the future of the country and the government does not want to put them at risk. She also said, "Educational institutions may not be opened but we want to advance step by step
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on May 24 said economic activities have to be resumed for the sake of the lives and livelihoods of people. "Most countries of the world have already been compelled to relax their lockdowns, because it’s not possible to restrict people's paths of income for an indefinite period.
Dear readers, The beginning of a year always inspires hope; hope of starting afresh and shaking off the old burdens. 2019 promises to open new, even unfathomable opportunities for the fintech sector at home and abroad, because it is a field driven by innovation. We feature a plethora of topics spanning fromRead More
Creating a bridge between job seekers and employers is a task performed by any well designed job portal. What this sort of portals sometimes lack is a holistic approach of getting the unemployed youths a job that dovetails with their skill. A new portal, dubbed as “Skills Portal” (skills.gov.bd) is there