The two-day international conference on “Professional Military Education” began at the Sheikh Hasina Complex in the Mirpur cantonment here on Tuesday.
Commandants of the Staff College of the Armed Forces of South Asian countries participated in the conference jointly organised by Joint Services Command and Staff College of the United Kingdom and the Bangladesh armed forces Command and Staff College.
Lieutenant General Waker-Uz-Zaman, Principal Staff Officer, Armed Forces Division, inaugurated the conference as Chief Guest, according to a media release of Inter Service Public Relation (ISPR).
Commandants of the Staff Colleges of Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, U. K and observers from Maldives Staff College participated in the conference.
The aim of the conference was to discuss and exchange views on various aspects of recent professional military education and to enhance mutual cooperation in matters related to military education.
The commandants of the participating countries exchanged their ideas on Delivering Education in the 21st Century, Critical Thinking, Blended Learning, Leaders of the 21st Century, Human Dimensions, Information Operations, Cyber and Research Hubs followed by plenary sessions.
Source: United News of Bangladesh