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President for incorporating state-of-the-art curricula in NDC Courses

President Abdul Hamid today underscored the need for imparting and incorporating state-of-the-art curricula in NDC Courses as the present world is becoming more inter-dependent and complex.

"The present world is getting more inter-dependent and complex with each passing day. It is now more chaotic than ever. There are so many areas of conflicts and yet to be resolved all violence and conflicts for building a peace and balanced abode," he said.

The President said this when the participants of National Defense Course (NDC) -2016 and Armed Forces War Course (AFWC)-2016 made a courtesy call on him at Bangabhaban.

The pace of innovation and progress is rapid. Along with the development, terrorism activities and threat all over the world are also increasing, observed the President.

"Keeping that in mind, I hope, NDC will impart and incorporate state-of-the-art curricula including counter terrorism, strategic analytical approach and innovation so that the members of NDC and AFWC can handle the matters successfully," he said.

The participants of NDC and AFWC have gathered proper knowledge on latest development, which would make a huge difference and set example for others, President Hamid hoped and urged the graduates to serve the nation with dedication by using the acquired knowledge and promote good governance and justice for all.

Pointing at 26 participants from 12 friendly countries, the President said, "During a year-long stay in Bangladesh, I am sure you have gained valuable experience and understanding about our people and culture apart from professional course. The traditional warmth hospitality that you have enjoyed during the course will remain everlasting in your mind."

"The amity, friendship and bond of fraternity that have grown among yourselves will usher in fresh impetus for development and understanding. I hope our valued foreign participants will act as our goodwill ambassadors in their respective positions and countries," he added.

Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)