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Tuesday, 29 January 2008


Speakers at the inaugural session of a seminar in Rajshahi on Sunday underscored the need for setting up more small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to achieve massive development in the rural economy. In this respect, they suggested increased efficiency in business education and other related areas to score rapid progress and prosperity in all key sectors.

The seminar on ‘small and medium enterprises for development’ is being held in the Senate Bhaban auditorium of Rajshahi University. The Association of the Management Development Institution of Bangladesh and the Institute of Business Administration of RU are organising the two-day seminar.

The university vice-chancellor, Professor M Altaf Hossain, was chief guest while vice-chancellor of Northern University Professor Dr Shamsul Haque was special guest on the occasion with AMDIB president Professor Ziaul Haque Mamun in the Chair. Director of IBA of Rajshahi University Professor Akhter Uddin delivered the welcome speech.

A total of 15 keynote papers were placed in the seminar for discussion on them in three working sessions. A total of 200 delegates representing both public and private universities are participated in the seminar, organisers said.

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