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Posted on Jul 28, 2016 |

President of ICSB, Mohammad Asad Ullah FCS met Hon’ble Senior Secretary, Ministry of Commerce

President of ICSB, Mohammad Asad Ullah FCS met Hon’ble Senior Secretary, Ministry of Commerce

Mohammad Asad Ullah FCS, President of Institute of Chartered Secretaries of Bangladesh met with Hedayatullah Al Mamoon ndc, Senior Secretary, Ministry of Commerce at his office at Bangladesh Secretariat on July 27, 2016 at 4.00 p.m.

The President submitted an application to Honourable Senior Commerce Secretary for a Govt. Grant of Tk.13,33,25,688/-, out of which ICSB obtained a long term loan of Tk.8,00,00,000/- from Dutch Bangla Bank Ltd and rest amount generated from own source of the Institute.  He also informed that the Institute is passing through a hardship in paying the high interest and installments of the said loan.

The Senior Commerce Secretary received the application from him and assured the President to take immediate necessary action on it.  It may be mentioned here that ICSB purchased 10 kathas of land at Aftabnagar for construction of its own Office-cum-Campus of the Institute.

The President thanked the honourable Senior Commerce Secretary for his kind support and guidance received so far and expressed hope that as a statuary body under the Ministry of Commerce, the Institute will continue to get his cooperation and support in the years ahead.

Monoj Kumar Roy, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Commerce, Shovashish Boshu, Director General (Additional Secretary), WTO Cell, Ministry of Commerce, Munshi Shafiul Haque, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Commerce and Md. Shamibur Rahman ACS, Additional Director (A&F) of ICSB were also present during the Meeting.

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From the left: Mohammad Asad Ullah FCS, President of ICSB, Shovashish Boshu, Director General (Addl. Secretary), WTO Cell, Ministry of Commerce,  Hedayatullah Al Mamoon ndc, Senior Secretary, Monoj Kumar Roy, Addl. Secretary, Munshi Shafiul Haque, Addl. Secretary, Ministry of Commerce.