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Creating more jobs key policy of govt

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UNB, Dhaka :
Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni on Sunday appreciated ILO's continuous support to the Bangladesh government to reform the country's skills system.
"Transforming the skills system and thus creating more employment opportunities is a key policy of our government," she said.
The Education Minister mentioned that they plan to integrate some of the job focused skills-delivery practices which were successfully established by the B-SEP project.
"These include public-private partnership, disability inclusion and employment support services for job seekers," she said.
Dipu Moni was addressing at the closing ceremony

of Bangladesh Skills for Employment and Productivity (B-SEP) project jointly organized by ILO Dhaka and the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) in the city.
This "landmark project" was launched in 2014 with an aim to strengthen the skills system in Bangladesh and thereby increase employment, productivity and economic growth.
Canadian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Benoit Préfontaine said they are extremely pleased with the achievements and outcome of the ILO's B-SEP project.

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