POWER DIVISION
MINISTRY OF POWER, ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES,
GOVERNMENT OF PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH
ADP Project Monitoring and Evaluation System
About Power Division  
Features of this Application
  1. Web based application using Unicode Bangla.
  2. The authenticated users can use this application through Internet.
  3. Secured and Robust application. Only authorized users can login and use this application.
  4. Managing the information regarding projects, agencies and donor agencies.
  5. Monitoring ADP, RADP allocation and procurement plan of the projects under different agencies.
  6. Tracking the fund allocation and release of ADP and RADP against a project.
  7. Tracking financial & physical target & progress report of a project.
  8. Generating the financial and physical progress report (including BAR Chart) of a project.
  9. Generating financial year wise project progress report.
Agencies under Power Division
  1. Power Development Board (PDB)
  2. Rural Electrification Board (REB)
  3. Power Grid Company of Bangladesh Ltd. (PGCB)
  4. Dhaka Power Distribution Company (DPDC)
  5. Dhaka Electric Supply Company (DESCO)
  6. Power Cell, Ministry of Power
  7. West Zone Power Distribution Company (WZPDCO)
  8. North-West Power Generation Company
  9. Electricity Generation Company of Bangladesh Ltd.(EGCB)
  10. Ashuganj Power Station Co. Ltd (APSCL)
 
Welcome to the website of Power Division, Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources of the government of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh. Power Division is entrusted with the responsibility of supervision, control, development and management of all matters and policies relating to the Power Sector.

Power Division was established in 1998 under the Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources vide Cabinet Division Notification No. CD-4/1/94-Rules/23(100), dated 25 March 1998. It is entrusted with the responsibility of overall management of the power sector in Bangladesh.

Reliable supply of electricity is a pre-condition for poverty reduction and economic development. In Bangladesh, 47% of total populations have access to electricity but reliable and quality power is still a faraway. To alleviate poverty in the face of resource limitations and high population density, Bangladesh requires an economic growth rate of more than 7% p. a. In order to achieve this growth rate, electricity growth need to be achieved by 10%. By best utilizing the natural, human and agricultural resources the desired pace of GDP growth could be attained by increasing electricity generation at much higher rate, which is the key target for development.

Government of Bangladesh has made vision and policy statement for power sector development. It is government's constitutional responsibility to provide electricity to all. In the vision statement it was mentioned that providing access to affordable and reliable electricity to all the people of Bangladesh by 2020 is a befitting national goal to usher the next millennium.
Minister Advisor
Sheikh Hasina
Honorable Prime Minister &
Minister (In Charge)

Ministry of Power, Energy & Mineral Resources
Biography  
Dr Tawfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury, Bir Bikram
Honorable Advisor to the
Prime Minister

Power Division
 
   
State Minister Secretary
Nasrul Hamid,
Member of Parliament
& Honorable State Minister

Ministry of Power, Energy & Mineral Resources
 
Md. Abul Kalam Azad
Secretary,
Power Division

Biography