Unused resources should be utilized through research: PM
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Unused resources should be utilized through research: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday laid emphasis on leveraging the research-based knowledge for the country’s socioeconomic development, calling upon the researchers to put concentration on basic and practical researches alongside exploring unused resources.

“Along with the research, we are putting emphasize on how the knowledge, gained from the research, can be used for our socio-economic development,” she said.

In this connection, she opined that, “importance should also be given on basic research as well as applied research, and our researchers should definitely look into it.”

The premier said this while addressing the inaugural ceremony of the National Science and Technology Complex (NSTC) in city’s Agargaon as the chief guest, joining virtually from her official residence Ganabhaban.

Talking about the unexplored resources, she said, “We’ve to find out what we have in our country as there are many invaluable resources that we have not yet been able to use or those are out of our reach.”

To this end, she also stressed the need for paying special attention on researching unused resources so those can be used for the people of the country.

Sheikh Hasina noted research is inevitable in every field such as health, food production, engineering or infrastructure development. “In fact, excellence cannot be achieved without research,” she said.

About attaining the Sustainable Development Goals, she said, “In our country study is absolutely necessary and that’s why everyone needs to pay attention on research.”

Besides, more attention also needs to be paid to keep pace with the technology as the use and impact of technology has increased all over the world, she added.

She continued, “In this age of science and advanced technology, the countries which are advancing in scientific research are also making rapid economic progress.”

The prime minister, however, noted that the country is lagging behind in the research of the health sector.

She said despite progress in other studies, the country is lagging behind in health research as the number of research in this field much lower than others.

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