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5-day DC conference to discuss 333 proposals

  • Published at 07:49 pm July 11th, 2019
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The deputy commissioners will also meet President Abdul Hamid at Bangabhaban during the conference on July 15

The five-day annual conference of the deputy commissioners (DCs) will be held in Dhaka on July 14-18.

The inauguration will be held at Shapla Hall in the Prime Minister's Office at 9am, Cabinet Secretary Md Shafiul Alam told a press briefing on Thursday, reports UNB.

A view exchange meeting between the deputy commissioners and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will be held around 11am on the first day of the conference, he added.

At least 24 working sessions will be held in this year's conference. Ministers, advisers, state ministers, deputy ministers and senior secretaries of 54 ministries and divisions will take part in the conference.

Some 333 proposals made by the DCs will be discussed too, he added.

The main topics on the agenda of the conference are – land management, improvement of law and order situation, local government establishments, disaster management, relief and rehabilitation, poverty alleviation, social security, using of information communication and technologies, improvement of the quality of education, health services, and development activities and implementation of the activities.

The deputy commissioners will also meet President Abdul Hamid at Bangabhaban during the conference at 7:30pm on July 15.

They will meet Chief Justice Syed Mahmud Hossain at 4pm on July 16 and Deputy Speaker Fazle Rabbi Miah at 4pm on July 18.

Besides, they will exchange views with ministers, advisers, state ministers and secretaries on the following day.