Jute should get incentives, attention like garments industry: PM

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina.

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday reported that inspite of being an ecosystem-helpful agricultural product jute does not get the predicted interest and incentives presented to the garments industries of the state.

‘Jute is ecosystem-helpful. But it does not get the incentives like the garment industries. I assume it is urgently necessary that jute should get that scope. To this conclusion I have previously given my directives,’ she said.

The primary minister claimed this when addressing a programme marking the Nationwide Textiles Day-2022 and inauguration of six new textile engineering faculties.

The programme was held at Bangabandhu Intercontinental Convention Center, while she joined virtually from her official home Ganabhaban.

The concept of National Textiles Working day-2022 is — let’s use community textile goods, create golden Bangla.

Hasina stated that in the earlier jute introduced international currencies for the region and there were being related alternatives as due to local weather transform individuals were being now very a lot aware about the atmosphere.

‘Jute is an ecosystem-helpful product. It is feasible to generate kinds of items from jute,’ she reported.

She also claimed that scientists of the region are doing work hard on this and has been able to invent numerous varieties of solutions from jute.

‘We need to give additional value to jute,’ she said.

The prime minister said that new creative suggestions have to be brought into the classic outdated things for superior final results.

She requested the RMG business owners to come across new markets alongside earning new versions of goods.

‘We do not want to stay import dependent, we want to export more,’ she stated.

She explained that ICT was participating in a major job in export revenue cash flow.

She set emphasis on benefit addition to the export goods of the country for marketing those so that these could bring more overseas exchange for the country.

Hasina said that the current period was a digital era and Bangladesh had turned into a digital place to reap its rewards.

‘If we see the Industrial revolution of the planet, we will see 1 principle immediately after another is coming out. Now has arrive the fourth Industrial revolution exactly where digital units will be utilised mostly’, she extra.

For that, she mentioned that the government experienced taken actions to acquire the people today of Bangladesh as the worthy manpower for that revolution.

She explained that the govt has taken shift to supply technical instruction in just about every upazilas to produce manpower in different trades which will be wanted in the coming times.

‘Creating skilled manpower is our primary purpose, because in Bangladesh the youth individuals are really a great deal experienced, if we deliver them with a tiny bit of teaching they will be capable to do higher degree operates easily,’ she claimed.

Textiles and jute minister Golam Dastagir Gazi, Bangladesh Garment Makers and Exporters Affiliation acting president Md Shahidullah Azim and textiles and jute secretary Md Abdur Rauf also spoke at the function.

A documentary on jute items was also screened at the programme.

Textiles and jute minister Golam Dastagir Gazi, on behalf of the PM, handed in excess of awards to 10 establishments and organisations for their contribution in the enhancement of the textile sector.

Textiles and jute ministry established 6 new textile engineering faculties in distinctive districts across the state.

The colleges are — Sheikh Rehana Textile Engineering College or university in Gopalganj, Shaheed Abdur Rob Serniabat Textile Institute at Gournadi of Barishal, Shaheed Kamaruzzaman Textile Institute at Manda in Naogaon, Begum Amina Mansoor Textile Engineering Institute at Kazipur of Sirajganj, Bhola Textile Institute in Bhola, and Sheikh Russell Textile Institute at Madarganj in Jamalpur.

Presently, there are 6 government textile engineering colleges positioned in Chattogram, Pabna, Noakhali, Jhenaidah, Barishal, and Rangpur. These are affiliated with the Bangladesh Textile University and managed by the directorate of textiles under the Ministry of Textiles and Jute.

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