BSTI to set up world class Chemical Metrology Lab: Dilip
DHAKA, May 21: Industries Minister Dilip Barua said Bangladesh Standards and Testing Institution (BSTI) initiated the process for setting up a world class Chemical Metrology Laboratory in the country for ensuring accurate measurement of chemical ingredients used in different products. He was addressing as the chief guest at a seminar “Chemical Measurements for our life, our future” at the BSTI auditorium in Tejgaon on Friday, an official release said.
BSTI organised the seminar in connection with observance of the 8th World Metrology Day which was chaired by its director general AK Fazlul Ahad.
International Metrology expert Dr. Franz Hengstberger and BUET Prof Dr M Fakhrul Islam presented two papers at the seminar.
Additional secretary in the Industries Ministry ABM Khorshed Alam, director general of Bangladesh Accreditation Board M Abu Abdullah and BSTI director Khademul Islam, among others, spoke.
The Industries Minister said Bangladesh would have to produce class products for ensuring their smooth entry in the global market and staying there.