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26 June, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Edn minister for decentralising DSHE services

STAFF REPORTER, Dhaka

Education Minister Dipu Moni on Monday urged all the bodies of the ministry to decentralise their services to reduce the problems and sufferings of service-seekers, who are usually made to run from pillar to post. “Smooth services have to be ensured so that no one faces any problem and hassles while seeking services. We should bear in mind that no one should be deprived of any services,” the minister said.

She was speaking at the inauguration of the ‘Education Service Week’ at the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) in the capital.

“Many people are associated with the DSHE. Teachers from different parts of the country regularly visit this office. They move from table to table. They suffer without getting services. This has to stop,” the minister said.

“It’s not desirable that good services are available only during the service week and the rest of the time people are made to suffer. We need to change our outlook. If teachers get all the services in time, they can also return to their educational institutions to perform their duties well,” she asserted.

“Proper services have to be ensured as they are related to enhancing the quality of education. As a result, decentralisation is necessary to ensure smooth services at the doorstep,” she added.

Deputy Minister of education, Mohibul Hasan Chowdhury, said: “The services of the DSHE need to be speeded up by expanding online services. It will help reduce the sufferings of service seekers who come from distant places. They must not be made to suffer.”

“Irregularities would be curbed if people get their services easily. Only then the purpose of this week will be achieved,” he added.

The Education Service Week will continue till June 30.

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