Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Industry Awards 2020
The state Minister of Industries, Kamal Ahmed Majumder, has reiterated his support for new entrepreneurs in Bangladesh. He encouraged them to step forward and help flourish new industries. Meanwhile, the Industry Minister, Nurul Majid Mahmud Humayun, highlighted the key role that businessmen play in the country’s development. To recognize their contributions, awards will be given to them every year. Mr. Humayun emphasized that the government’s focus is to create an industry-friendly environment and opportunities for new industries to thrive. This is in addition to the revival of old industries. He pledged to continue working closely with traders to promote the growth of industries in Bangladesh.
The President of the Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI), Md. Jashim Uddin, echoed the need to expand industrialization in the country. He urged the government to support industries and collaborate with traders to achieve the goal of developing the country. The State Minister delivered his remarks at the prestigious Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Industrial Award-2020 ceremony held at the Osmani Memorial Auditorium in the capital on Thursday. This year, the ceremony recognized and awarded 23 outstanding organizations in seven different categories. The event honored distinguished industrial organizations for their hard work and successes in contributing to the country’s growth.
“Agrani Mahila Unnayan Sangstha (AMUS), has successfully attained the second position in the handicraft industries category”
The Ministry of Industries will offer cash prizes and gold-plated crests to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Industrial Award winners in each category. The first prize includes a charming amount of Tk 3 lakh and a 25-gram gold-plated crest, while the second and third prizes will include sums of Tk 2 lakh and Tk 1 lakh, respectively, along with corresponding weights of gold-plated crests.
Recipients of the awards will also enjoy valuable benefits, such as a VIP card, reserved seats in government vehicles for business trips via air, rail, road, and waterways, and priority medical services for their wives and children in government hospitals. The respected Additional Secretary (Planning) of the Ministry of Industries, Md. Golam Yahia, expressed his delight about this offering. We look forward to seeing the achievements of the worthy recipients of these awards.
DCCI Business Awards 2005
During a recent public address, Prime Minister Khaleda Zia shared her aspirations for Bangladesh to become a middle-income country by 2021, in time for the country’s golden jubilee of independence. She made this statement during the ceremony for the presentation of the ‘DCCI Business Award 2005‘ at the Bangladesh-China Friendship Conference Centre in Dhaka. The Prime Minister’s sentiment reflects the government’s commitment to fostering economic growth and development in the country as it continues to strive towards greater sustainability and success. Such efforts demonstrate the government’s dedication to creating a better future for Bangladesh and its citizens as they work towards building a stronger and more prosperous nation.
During the award-giving ceremony hosted by the Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI), various notable public figures such as Finance Minister M. Saifur Rahman, Commerce Minister Altaf Hossain Choudhury, and Industries Minister Matiur Rahman Nizami delivered speeches. Sayeeful Islam, the President of the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce, and the DCCI President also expressed their thoughts on the event. The DCCI recognized nine well-deserving entrepreneurs from different parts of Bangladesh in three categories: best innovative entrepreneur, best woman entrepreneur, and best young entrepreneur. These talented and dedicated small and medium business owners were recognized for their outstanding contributions towards the development of small and medium enterprises.
We are pleased to announce that Anupama Mitra, Executive Director of Agrani Mohila Unnayan Sangstha (AMUS), has been honored with the First Prize in the Women Entrepreneur category. It is a great achievement for her to be recognized for her contribution to the industry. It inspires other aspiring women entrepreneurs to strive towards success in their respective fields. Her dedication, hard work, and perseverance have paved the way for her success.
226, Nillgong Tatipara, Jessore, Bangladesh.