PM expresses satisfaction over development of NDC, DSCSC
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday expressed deep satisfaction over the progress and development of the National Defence College (NDC) and Defence Services Command and Staff College (DSCSC).
She made the appreciation at the 16th joint governing body meeting of NDC and DSCSC, held at the conference room of the Prime Minister's Office at the Armed Forces Division of Dhaka Cantonment.
The Prime Minister attended the meeting as the chairman of Joint Governing Body of the two prestigious military institutions of the country, said a release of Inter Services Public Relation (ISPR) Directorate.
She welcomed the newly appointed members of the governing body and thanked the governing body for their active participation and valuable contributions during their tenure.
Sheikh Hasina urged the college authorities to be in constant pursuit in updating course curricula and modules so as to fit in local security and development needs.
The Prime Minister stressed the need for a knowledge-based civil-military leadership and the best use of national assets.
"We're continuing the development and modernisation of Armed Forces by formulating 'Forces Goal 2030' in light of the policy introduced by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman," she said.
The Prime Minister said the two military institutions-NDC and DSCSC-are contributing significantly by training the officer of home and abroad to take higher responsibilities. Trained officers are performing their duties successfully at home and in overseas countries including the UN Mission, she added.
The Commandant of the NDC and Commandant of the DSCSC briefly highlighted the activities of their respective college.
The Governing Body reviewed the progress of previous decisions and discussed on issues in the agenda of the current meeting. -UNB