Soon non resident Bengalis will be able to teach Bengali to their children and for which a course material is being designed, said Bangladesh minister for post and telecommunication Mustafa Jabbar while speaking at international Bengali conference at Salt Lake.
He said “We are making the content ready and making it attractive to the young generation and for which we are using animation in story telling. Instead of a book there will be a story which will not be dull as there will be narrations through audio-visual medium. We plan to use it in all the schools in Bangladesh through smart classes and for which we are going to have internet in all places. So the learners can learn the pronunciation as well and thus we can have a digital Bangladesh which was the dream of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.”
Justice Chittatosh Mukherjee who heads Bangla Worldwide and is hosting the Bengali conference said that a platform for Bengalis is needed and for which this three day event for cultural interaction and exchange of views in all fields from medical science to technology were planned. Justice Shyamal Kumar Sen former Governor of Bengal felt the need for reviving the glory of Bengalis.
Prof Pabitra Sarkar well known linguist said that Bangla Worldwide is also designing a content for children of non-resident Bengalis so they can learn well the 30 episode session.
Dr R P Sengupta,Dr A Shobhana and Dr Debashis Choudhury spoke on neurological problems ranging from stroke to headache at atechnical session. Cultural shows were also held in the show where Bangladesh artists Laiza Ahmed Liza participated along with well known elocutionist couple of Bengal Jagannath Basu and Urmimala Basu.
Source: Times of India