In this age of globalization- we can't think about the development without technical education. The country stands on the brink of a technological revolution—the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution—which is sweeping across the world and will fundamentally alter the way we live and work. We need to take a critical look at the efficacy of our existing training and education systems and update them in light of the challenges that our workforce is poised to face. The prosperity of a country depends on her industry and industry again depends on technical knowledge. No nation can develop without a large number of technically qualified men. In-fact, the most prosperous countries are those that have advanced in technical education. Technical education aims at making a person fit for a particular vocation in life by imparting both theoretical and practical knowledge.
In view of this reality, the Confidence Polytechnic Institute (CPI) has taken several timely steps to build a digital Bangladesh announced by the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and to expand and improve the quality of technical and vocational education with a view to national economic liberation. I would like to thank all those involved in Confidence Polytechnic Institute (CPI) for advancing technical education and I am confident that this effort will continue in the days to come.