4IR inclusion in CMSME imperative to boost economic conditions


Business Desk:
Inclusion of Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR)in Cottage, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (CMSME) can be the best way of accelerating economic conditions in the region.

Integrated efforts of all government and non-government organizations, businessmen and entrepreneurs have become indispensable to attain the cherished goal through facing the existing challenges.

High officials and academics came up with the observation while addressing a seminar titled “Challenges and way -forward of fourth industrial Revolution (4ir) after LDC Graduation on cmsmes of Bangladesh” here on Thursday.

Rajshahi Regional office of Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation (BSCIC) organized the seminar at its conference hall largely participated by officials concerned, entrepreneurs, businessmen and other stakeholders.


BSCIC Chairman Sanjay Kumar Bhowmik addressed the seminar as the chief guest with its Regional Director Rezaul Alam Sarkar in the chair.

BSCIC Director Kazi Mahbubur Rashid and Principal of BSCIC Training Institute Engineer Shafiqul Alam spoke as special guests, disseminating their expertise on the issue.

Professor Muhammad Rokonuzzaman, Dean of Mechanical Engineering Faculty of Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology gave an illustration on the issue, including its diversified aspects and CMSME application, during his keynote presentation.