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14 firms to get ‘President’s Award for Industrial Development’

 Staff Correspondent

 Published: 11:45 AM, 29 June 2019   Updated: 03:05 PM, 29 June 2019

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President M Abdul Hamid will give ‘President Industrial Development Award’ to 14 organizations in six categories on Saturday to recognize the contributions of the country’s industrial sector, create jobs and create creativity. 

President Abdul Hamid will award these organizations at Hotel Intercontinental at 4:00 pm on Saturday. 

Industries Minister Nurul Majid Mahmud Humayun, State Minister for Industry Kamal Ahmed Majumder will be present.

Earlier, the Ministry of Industries published a list of nominees for ‘President Industrial Development Award 2017’ on May 28. The award is given every year as per ‘President Industrial Development Award Instructions 2013’. Trophy or crest and honors are given as awards. 

The organizations nominated for the award are: 

In Major Industry category — Square Pharmaceuticals for first prize, Envoy Textiles of Mymensingh for second prize, and Olympic Industries for third prize. 

In Medium Industry category — Green Textiles for first prize, D & S Pretty Fashions Ltd for second prize, and GME Agro for third prize. 

In  Small Industry category — Oeko-Tex of Gazipur’s Kashimpur for first prize, APS Apparels for second prize, and BSP Food Products of Chattogram for third prize.   

And Smart Leather Products of Dhaka’s Mohammadpur has been nominated in Micro Industry category. 

Besides, CORR The Jute Works has been nominated for first in Cottage Industry category, Protibeshi Proshikkhon Kendro of Mirpur and Kutir Shilpo Unnayan for second. In Hightech Industry category- Service Engine for first, Nascenia of Lalmatia has been nominated for the second prize for the President’s Industrial Development Award. 

President. Abdul Hamid will hand over the awards to industrial entrepreneurs. The award will be given in six categories of major, medium, small, micro, cottage, and high tech industries.