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BCC Bhaban

Bangladesh Computer Council (BCC) is a statutory autonomous government organization. It evolved as the ICT department of the government and is mainly responsible to help the government in policy formulation, developing and implementing action plans to increase the use of ICT within the government departments and also amongst the citizens.   Read More

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Expansion and diversification through the use of information and communication technology , transparent , accountable and jababadihitamulaka government and between 0 and 1 to the formation of Digital Bangladesh connections between the government and public issues is very important.   Read More



BCC has established Bangladesh-Korea Institute of Information and Communication Technology (BKIICT) in 2005 for Human Resource Development.The company is working to develop skilled human resources in information technology. The company began in 2005 of Bangladesh   Read More

To develop ICT skilled efficient human resources for fulfilling the target of the Government ‘Vision 2021: Digital Bangladesh.’ To transfer ICT based skill specially Computer related skills to the grass root level. To arrange special training for teachers of the district/upazila level educational institutions on Computer Studies; To provide ICT training to Govt. officials and upzila/ union e-centre operators  for the expansion of ICT Literacy; To develop human resources for increasing management efficiency through the proper use of information and Communication Technology; To establish local cyber centre through providing Internet Connectivity in the selected institutions. To promote and inspire computer
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In the era of information society, many developing countries have looked at ICT as a major tool to solve problems of poverty, bad governance, and sluggish economic growth. While the developed countries have been able to benefit greatly from the wide use of ICT, many developing countries are still holding to consider carefully how ICT fits into their problems. e-Governance has been an issue in Bangladesh, some government offices have taken innovative steps on certain e-Government projects. Since this is a new concept for government officials who are used to familiar methods of work, the growth of e-Governance is met
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ITEE qualification is widely accepted in Asian region. An agreement of mutual recognition on ITEE examination has been made amongst 11 countries, region in Asia. Those are China, Taiwan, India, Korea, Singapore and ITPEC member countries.ITPEC (IT Professionals Examination Council) is an organization to coordinate all the efforts of member countries in the implementation of IT Engineers Skill Standards and IT Engineers Examinations in Asia. As of the end of 2012, ITPEC member countries are Philippines, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam. ITEE was first administered in 1969. ITEE is becoming one of the largest-scale national examinations in Japan, and
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Leveraging ICT for Growth, Employment and Governance is a project of Bangladesh Computer Council (BCC) under the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology. The project has been launched in January 2013 aiming to develop a vibrant and healthy Information Technology (IT) and Information Technology-Enabled Services industry in five years by identifying the strategies, programs and investment needed for the country to leverage ICT for economic growth and competitiveness. The primary objectives of the project are to catalyze the growth of Bangladesh’s IT/ITES industry for employment creation and export diversification. The project will also cater the need of public sector modernization
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To expand the government wide network to be established under Phase-I BanglaGovNet Project to all the District and Upazilla level offices throughout the country. To improve government efficiency and promote interaction between ministries/divisions, departments, districts and upazillas by construction of government ICT network infrastructure. To use ICT system within the public administration to improve efficiency, accountability and transparency, reduce wastage of resources, enhance planning and raise the quality of services.  To maximize the automation of work processes through integrated information management system utilizing National E-Service System (NESS). Project background The Government of Bangladesh is actively adopting E-governance. E-governance would Increase
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Executive Director
Bangladesh Computer Council

BCC Bhaban, Agargaon, Dhaka-1207.
Telephone: 88-02-8144046;
Fax: 88-02-9124626;
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