Jessore, Bangladesh (BBN)-Indian High Commissioner H.E. Mr. Harsh Vardhan Shringla will inaugurate the new Indian Visa Application Centre in Jessore (IVAC), a southwestern region of Bangladesh on January 11.
The members of parliament, senior official from the district and municipal administration will be presence on the inauguration ceremony, said a press releases of Indian High Comission of India.
The IVAC in Jessore is the twelfth visa centre to be opened in Bangladesh.
The High Commissioner of India will also attend a ceremony on 11 January at Ramakrishna Mission Ashram in Narail and unveil a plaque marking the commencement of construction work at the premises.
The Ashram houses a charitable dispensary and a school for disadvantaged children.
The High Commissioner will visit Tularampur in Narail and present laptops and computer equipment to the Shuvra Mukherjee pre-cadet School, established in the memory of late Smt. Shuvra Mukherjee, spouse of President Pranab Mukherjee.
The High Commissioner will also visit the Indo-Bangladesh Maitri Girls Hostel of the Government Victoria College in Narail which was built by the Government of India, and inaugurated by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi on June 7, 2015.
On 12 January, the High Commissioner will visit and review progress of the Khulna-Mongla Railway line being constructed under the Line of Credit extended by the Government of India to Bangladesh.
He is scheduled to address members of the Khulna Chamber of Commerce in the afternoon.