DHAKA, Jan 23, 2022 (BSS) - State Minister for Power, Energy, and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid has said that efforts to make automation and paperless office must be continued.
“If all activities can be done according to the 'business model', quick success will be achieved. We have to be innovative and communicative for better and improved services alongside the expansion of works,” he said while virtually speaking as the chief guest at a signing ceremony and foundation laying stone for the 12-storied building of Padma Oil Company.
Padma Oil Company Limited has undertaken a project to construct a Modern Residential cum Commercial Office Building having 12 storied and two basement facilities in the city.
Nasrul said that monitoring of project implementation should be expedited as the project should be completed in time.
He said that the building should be made visually pleasing by keeping the environment intact and without disturbing the neighbours in any way.
“The construction code should be followed properly. It is necessary to appoint a financial consultant to assess the existing assets of Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC). Knowledge of assets increases confidence in the organization,” the state minister said.
Mahbub Hossain, Senior Secretary of Energy Division, ABM Azad, Chairman of BPC, and Masudur Rahman, Managing Director of Padma Oil Company Ltd, among others, spoke on the occasion.