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3 Day National Land Conference begins tomorrow

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Update : Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Several smart initiatives of the Land Ministry are coming

Staff Reporter, Dhaka : A three-day national land conference will begin tomorrow. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will inaugurate the national land conference for the first time in the country attending the event at Bangabandhu Conference Center in the capital. At the same time, the Prime Minister will inaugurate seven new initiatives of the Ministry of Land.

Ministry of Land is organizing the national land conference from 29th March to 31 to highlight the role of the Ministry in building a smart Bangladesh and to find out the future challenges of digitalization of land services. other objectives of the National Land Conference include informing citizens, government agencies, and stakeholders about the steps taken by the Ministry of Land, creating awareness among them about land management, and giving an idea about the existing laws and regulations related to land.

One of the 7 initiatives is the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Monument and the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Guchchagram Complex, which are set up at Ramgatti in Laxmipur, a memorable place visited by the Father of the Nation. The remaining 6 initiatives are Registration-Mutation Interconnection, Smart Land Map, Smart Land Records, Smart Land Pedia, Smart Land Service Center, and Union Land Office.

Four seminars/panel discussions on various topics related to land management, such as ‘Field Administration in Smart Land Management’, ‘Sairat and Khas Land Management’, ‘Acquisition Management, Government Cases, and Government Procurement Management’, and ‘Bangladesh Digital Survey’, have been scheduled to take place during the afternoons of the day of inauguration ceremony and the following two days. The second and third-day activities of the conference will be held at BIAM Foundation in the capital.

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