Bangladesh’s education and industrial expansion and the name of the biggest contributor behind it, said. Muhammad Kudrat-e-Khuda. The Bengali nation remembers his unforgettable contribution with respect. On this day in 1977, this son of the sun of Bengal passed away. Today, remembering his day in science and industry. Attempts have been made to summarize the contribution of Muhammad Kudrat-e-Khudar.
Recommendations made by the ‘National Education Commission’ formed on 26 July 1972 in accordance with the proposal adopted by the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh for the purpose of changing the ancient education system and formulating a comprehensive education system for the formation of a society conducive to an independent sovereign Bangladesh. Dr. was the chairman of this commission. Kudrat-e-Khuda. According to his name, the report was later named ‘Dr. Kudrat-e-Khuda Education Commission Report ‘. It was published in May 1974 under the title ‘Bangladesh Education Commission Report’. It had 36 chapters without appendices and a total of 430 pages.
He made a pulp from jute stick and made a very high quality plank from that pulp. Partex wood is a special contribution of Kudrat-e-Khudar. Only edible salt (NaCl) could be collected from the method by which salt farmers collect salt from seawater. But seawater contains large amounts of magnesium sulphate and magnesium chloride and a small amount of bromine in addition to NaCl. These chemicals were widely used in medicine and were imported to Bangladesh at a high cost. Kudrat-e-Khudai is the first to calculate that if salt is extracted scientifically in a large factory, if that factory produces 100,000 tons of salt, then there are 10,000 tons of magnesium chloride, 10,000 tons of magnesium sulfate and by-products. Potassium chloride will be produced in that proportion.
Dr. Kudrat-e-Khuda began researching stereo chemistry at one point. Later his research topics were herbal medicine, plant quality, jute, salt, charcoal, soil and other minerals. As a scientist, he and his colleagues have patented 18 inventions, of which 9 are related to jute. Notable among these are the discovery of rayon from jute and jute sticks, paper from jute sticks and malt vinegar from juice and molasses.