Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni urged teachers to give students the opportunity of raising question in the classrooms.
Dr Dipu Moni urged that today while addressing the inaugural ceremony of a training program on revised curriculum organized for head of Institutions and Upazila academic supervisors at Dhaka University’s Professor Muzaffar Ahmed Chowdhury Auditorium.
She said, “Students should be made interested in practical education breaking the trend of relying on only memorization since practical education is the key to achieve national and international goals.
Dipu Moni said, “We have to be prepared to face the challenges of Fourth industrial revolution and to achieve the goals of Sustainable Development Goals and thus, we have to bring some changes in academic activities and come out from the trend of memorizatio.”
Mentioning the lacking from both side, she said, “We have lack from both sides—teachers and students. The purpose of education should not be number-oriented in examination but to learn something and apply it to the relevant field”, she added.