State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid on Saturday underscored the need for better use of technology to provide quick service.
“It’s time to research on artificial intelligence and use it how to get more electricity along with the energy sector,” he said this, while inaugurating a training programme as the chief guest at Biduyt Bhaban in Dhaka.
Bangladesh Power Management Institute organised the first training programme on Project Formulation, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation.
The state minister said, “No organization can improve without skilled and dedicated staffs. There is no alternative to training for increasing efficiency.”
He said Bangladesh Power Management Institute (BPMI) has been formed to establish international standard training institutes like IIT, AIT or MIT, adding, “A complete residential (BPMI) would be established on 25 acres of land at Keraniganj near the capital city.”
Chaired by Power Division Secretary Dr Ahmad Kaikaus, the programme was also addressed, among others, by Rector (Additional Secretary) of BPMI M Mahbub-Ul-Alam , Chairman of Bangladesh Power Development Board Engineer Khaled Mahmood and Power Cell Director General Engineer Mohammad Hossain.