The science museum organizes a seminar on good governance
A seminar titled “Containing Corruption and Good Governance: Science, Technology and Ethics” was held Monday at the National Museum of Science and Technology.
A total of 40 engineers from the 3rd Special Training Course of Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center attended the event.
Mohammad Munir Chowdhury, Director General of the National Museum of Science and Technology, delivered the keynote address at the seminar.
He said: “People all over the world are becoming consumerists, losing their conscience and drowning in consumerism. Leaders of the younger generation should come forward to end corruption and harassment through science and technology. Compromising with corruption to protect one’s position is a crime of destruction of good governance.
Speaking as a special guest at the event, Deputy Director of the Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre, Md Motaher Hossain said, “Corruption starts with family, corruption in parents infects children, so frugal living should be practiced in the family”.
Md Sajjad Hossain, assistant engineer of the Ministry of Education expressed his opinion among the trainees of the seminar.
Science Museum Director AKM Lutfur Rahman Siddique gave a welcome speech.
After the program, the trainees visited the galleries of the museum. In addition, they received commemorative gifts from the science museum, a press release said.