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DHAKA, June 8, 2014 (BSS) - Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid today said despite various obstacles, the country has advanced much in improving the standard of education in the country.

He called upon all concerned to work from their respective areas for supplementing the government's efforts in implementing the 'Vision-2021' as envisioned by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

Nahid was speaking at a function to accord a reception to the GPA-5 recipients of this year of the Motijheel Model High School and College on the school premises.

President of the school governing body M Awlad Hossain presided over the function while chairman of Dhaka Education Board Professor Taslima Begum, Dhaka district education officer Harun-or-Rashid and acting principal of the school and college Selina Shams spoke.

He said students will not only have to be educated but also 
build them as worthy citizens imbued with the spirit of 

He stressed the need for physical growth of students through 
cultural activities and play besides education.

"Economically Bangladesh may be a poor country but the 
country is not poor in terms of merit," he said.

Referring to the success stories during the last five years, 
the education minister said there are now 4.5 crore students at 
different levels in the country.

The government has so far installed multimedia classrooms at 
23,000 schools in the country, said the minister.

Taslima Begum called upon the guardians to work for building 
their children as ideal citizens with moral values.

The school stood 5th in terms of the countrywide SSC results 
this year and as many as 1,130 students got A+, said AKM 
Asaduzzaman, senior teacher of the school.