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Budget and Financial Reporting:

 

Budget and Financial Reporting is important for a project. These are important for setting goal, making sound business decisions and obtaining finance. With a financial training one can ensure that his financial statements are up to date. The objective of the training is creating budgets and analyzing financial reports. It improves skills in financial terminology, interpreting various financial statements, understanding forecasting technique using historical data with specific budgeting methods. The topics of the training: 1 Financial planning process,  Importance of budget, Types of budget, Role of budgeting, Good practice in budgeting, Budgeting technique, Budgeting process, Needs of financial reports, Annual accounts, Interpreting financial statements, Budget monitoring report, Receipt and payment statement, Income and expenditure statement, Cash flow and management reporting. A two-day long training programme on Budget And Financial Reporting was organized by Bangladesh Institute of Management (BIM) with collaboration and financial support of Project Implementation Unit- Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council, National Agricultural Technology Programme (NATP-2) during 17-18 November, 2017 at BIM training Centre, Dhaka. Shah Muhammad Nasim ndc, (Additional Secretary, Ministry of Bangladesh) Project Director, PMU, NATP-2 was the chief guest in the inaugural session of the training program. Dr. Md. Kabir Ikramul Haque, Director, PIU-BARC, NATP-2 attended as a special guest. Tanvir Hossain , Management Counselor, BIM, Dhaka presided over the inaugural session. The participants of this training session were the scientists and officers of BARC and PIU-BARC, NATP-2. Conclusion:  It seems that the training improves far-reaching impact of organizational activities. The training will lead the National Agricultural Technology Program (NATP) and BARC personnel to prepare, manage, monitor, control and evaluation of financial planning, budget budgetary control management, variance analysis for the plan expenditure. Organizational development by financial management and reporting.

 

                                                                                                                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Financial Monitoring and Impact Assessment:

 

Monitoring and impact assessment is most important for a project. The project failure is mostly depends on improper management of monitoring. Technical issues may permit managers to ignore M&E information, but these issues may not be as important. Monitoring and Evaluation systems are design to inform project management whether implementation is going as planned and whether corrective action is needed to adjust implementation plans.  A three-day long training programme on Monitoring and impact assessment was organized by by Bangladesh Institute of Management (BIM) with collaboration and financial support of Project Implementation Unit- Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council, National Agricultural Technology Programme (NATP-2)  during 24-27 November, 2017 at BIM training Centre, Dhaka. Shah Muhammad Nasim ndc, (Additional Secretary, Ministry of Bangladesh) Project Director, PMU, NATP-2 was the chief guest in the inaugural session of the training program. Md. Mokhlesur Rahman, Training and communication specialist, PIU-BARC, NATP-2 attended as a special guest. Tanvir Hossain, Management Counselor, BIM, Dhaka presided over the inaugural session. The participants of this training session were the scientists and officers of BARC and PIU-BARC, NATP-2.  The key features of this training are. a) Description of the problem before the interventions. b) Benchmarks’ for activities and immediate outputs. c) Data collection on inputs, activities and immediate outputs. d) Systematic reporting on provisions of input. e) Systematic reporting on productions of input. f) directly linked to a discrete interventions. g) design to provide information on administrative, implementation and mamagement issues as opposed to broader development effectiveness issues. Elements of result monitoring. h) Baseline data to describe the problems or situation before the intervension. i) Indicators of outcome. j) Data collection on outputs and whether they contribute towards achievements of outcomes. k) Timeline express l) More focus on perceptions of change among stakeholders. m) Systematic reporting with more qualitative and quantitative information. n) Captures information on success or failure of partnership strategy in achieving desired outcomes. Monitoring is the key function of a project management. This tool helps to achieve the project goal. These training events provided an opportunity for the participants to share ideas, views and thoughts. This training made the participants more confident to work as they got chance to clarify all of their doubts and to gain proper knowledge in every single documents of field operation and monitoring.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Financial management:

 

The financial Management is a most important factor for an organization. It increases the participants financial leadership skills, style, motivational strategy, team work, conflict management strategy and communication skill. A ten day long training program was arranged by Bangladesh Institute of Management (BIM) with collaboration and financial support of Project Implementation Unit- Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council, National Agricultural Technology Programme (NATP-2) during 1-10 January, 2018 at BIM training Centre, Dhaka. Md. Mokhlesur Rahman, Training and communication specialist, PIU-BARC, NATP-2 was the chief guest in the inaugural session of the training program. Dr. Perveen Ahmed, director training, BIM attended as a special guest and Tanvir Hossain, Management Counselor, BIM, Dhaka presided over the inaugural session. The numbers of participants in this course were 29. The participants of this training session were the scientists and officers of NARS institute. The course was designed according to the principles of adult learning. The trainers played role as a facilitator encouraging the learners to develop responsibility for learning. The learning environment was adult friendly. The course includes lecture, discussion, exercise, participatory, role playing, group work, case study and quizzes.  The aim of the course is an introduction to the building blocks and architecture of a typical financial management system. This course forms the basis upon which one can develop a personal framework for developing and deeping his understanding of financial management and its role in development. The key features of this training are. Financial Management Framework: Book keeping, golden rules of accounting, accounting equation, classification of accounts, journal entry, books of accounts, difference between indirect expenditure and indirect income, recording transaction (journal and ledger). Fundamental of Financial Management: concept of financial management, function and importance, investment evaluation technique, cost of equity capital and debt capital, weighted average cost of capital, return of investment, discount payback period, net present value of discount cash flow, internal rate of return. Strategic planning and budget preparation: key concepts of public expenditure management, the constitution and rules of procedure, the public money and budget management account-2009, term planning, development of KPIs, budget implementation and monitoring. Project financial management: funding and fund realize, impress/petty cash management, financial management reporting, bill adjustment procedure. Financial and performance reporting: reconciliation of account, annual performance reporting, receipt and payment statement, income and expenditure statement, bank reconciliation statement. Internal control and financial security process: audit, effective internal control system, risk based audit, important concepts affecting the internal auditors, audit methodology, audit committee, audit management. Financial statement analysis for management decision making: analyze financial statement, horizontal and vertical analysis, external analysis, internal analysis, cost volume profit analysis. Delegation of financial power : development project, public sector entities, delegation of financial power technical assistance financing for public private partnership. Vat Management: computation of tax, brief history of vat in Bangladesh, how to vat work and value addition, vat-able products and services, vat exemption, calculation, return procedure, form mushak. Income tax management: basics of income tax low, computation of tax, income from salary, interest of security, household property, agriculture, computation of tax, treatment of advance income tax and tax deduction at source. The program will lead the NARS institute personnel to manage monitoring, control and evaluation of financial management leadership skills.

 

 

Public Procurement Management :

 

The Public Procurement Management is a important factor for an organization. It increases the participants Procurement leadership skills, style. A ten day long training program was arranged by Bangladesh Institute of Management (BIM) with collaboration and financial support of Project Implementation Unit- Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council, National Agricultural Technology Programme (NATP-2) during 3-12 April, 2018 at BIM training Centre, Dhaka.

Dr. Perveen Ahmed, director training, BIM and Md. Mokhlesur Rahman, Training and communication specialist, PIU-BARC, NATP-2 were the honorary guest in the inaugural session of the training program. Tanvir Hossain, Management Counselor, BIM, Dhaka presided over the session. The numbers of participants in this course were 29. The participants of this training session were the scientists and officers of NARS institute. The course was designed according to the principles of adult learning. The trainers played role as a facilitator encouraging the learners to develop responsibility for learning. The learning environment was adult friendly. The course includes lecture, discussion, exercise, participatory, role playing, group work, case study and quizzes.  The objective of the course is explaining the significance of public procurement for national development and good governance. It reforms the legal, institutional and managerial frameworks of public procurement suing the OECD. Baseline indicators tool for diagnosis of national public procurement systems.  The key features of this training are: Introduction of PPA 2006 and PPR 2008, public procurement committees, Procurement cycle, national integrity strategy, method of procurement for works, standerd procurement document, tender data sheet, request for quotation, methods of procurement for goods, general contract of contract, procurement of non-consulting services, tender validities securities, contract administration and management, procurement of advertisement, consept of contract, particular conditions of contract(PPC), public money and and budget management act 2009,tender opening and evaluation, proposal data sheet exercise and file management. Procurement helps to streamline process, reduce raw material prices and costs, identify better sources of supply. This training helps the participants for better understanding of the role of completion, non-discrimination and transparency in achieving “Value for money” in public procurement options.

 

 

ICT in Agriculture:

 

The ICT in Agriculture is an important way for an agricultural organization. It increases the participants information, communication and computer skills. A five day long training program was arranged by National Agricultural Training Academy (NATA) with collaboration and financial support of Project Implementation Unit- Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council, National Agricultural Technology Programme (NATP-2) during 28 January- 1 February, 2018 at NATA training Centre, Gazipur.

 

 

Research Methodology:

 

The success of research work depends on sound knowledge of subject matter, proper planning, monitoring, evaluation and managerial capability of the concern researcher. The effective research management is the outcome of unique combination of experience, knowledge and personality of the researchers. Training is a valuable and powerful tool for development of knowledge, skills and attitude of the people. Research Methodology would be useful and effective for understanding research activities and implement the same in their future life. The objective of the training program is to enhance the managerial capabilities of the researchers through training by increasing knowledge and practical skills on planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluation of agricultural research program. Training also provide the participants an opportunity for mutual exchange of ideas and shareing of experience for undertaking effective research projects. A fourteen day long training program was arranged by Graduate Training Institute (GTI), BAU with collaboration and financial support of Project Implementation Unit- Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council, National Agricultural Technology Programme (NATP-2) during 31 March to 13 April, 2018 at GTI training Centre, Mymensingh. Dr. yahia Maqhmud, Director-General, BFRI was the chief guest in the inaugural session of the training program. Md. Mokhlesur Rahman, Training and communication specialist, PIU-BARC, NATP-2 attended as a special guest and AKM Rafiqul Islam, Director, GTI, BAU, Mymensingh was the president of the inaugural session. The numbers of participants in this course were 30. The participants of this training session were the scientists and officers of NARS institute. The learning environment was adult friendly. The course includes lecture, discussion, exercise, participatory, role playing, group work, case study and quizzes. The key features of this training are: Research concepts and objectives, method of conduct research, fundamental basis of research planning, research management approach, research process and criteria of good research, general principle of scientific writing, title and keyword of an article, data presentation in a scientific article, introduction of an article, methodology of an article, result and discussion,, summery and conclusion, abstract writing, plagiarism and quoting reference, seminar paper presentation, basic concept on impact factor and publishing online journal, standard reference style and generating, bibliography using software, basic concept of statistics, descriptive and inferential statistics, measures of dispersion, SPSS and data entry, correlation and regression analysis with SPSS, multiple regression analysis with SPSS, Logistic regression, probit analysis, x2 test, polynomial regression analysis with SPSS, use of field plot techniques in agricultural research, basic principles of experimental design, CRD & RCBD single and two factor, split plot analysis, latin square design, multiple comparison test, covariance analysis, path analysis, data transformation, pooled analysis, time series analysis and exploratory data analysis. Dr. Miah Sayeed Hasan, Director PIU-BARC NATP-2 was the chief guest, Md. Mokhlesur Rahman, Training and Communication Specialist, PIU-BARC NATP-2 attended as special guest and AKM Rafiqul Islam, Director, GTI, BAU, Mymensingh was presided over the closing session. There are another fourteen day long training program was arranged by Graduate Training Institute (GTI), BAU with collaboration and financial support of Project Implementation Unit- Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council, National Agricultural Technology Programme (NATP-2) during 6-19 March, 2018 at GTI training Centre, Mymensingh. Shah Muhammad Nasim ndc, Project Director (Additional Secretary), PMU, NATP-2 was the chief guest in the inaugural session of the training program. Dr. Miah Sayeed Hasan, Director and Dr. Md. Abdul Jalil Bhuyan, Reasearch Management Specialist, PIU-BARC, NATP-2 attended as a special guest and AKM Rafiqul Islam, Director, GTI, BAU, Mymensingh was the president of the inaugural session. The numbers of participants in this course were 31. The participants of this training session were the scientists of NARS institute.

 

 

Administrative and Financial Management:

 

The Administrative and Financial Management is a most important factor for an organization. It increases the participants administrative and financial leadership skills, style, motivational strategy, team work, conflict management strategy and communication skill. A fourteen day long training program was arranged by Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development (BARD) with collaboration and financial support of Project Implementation Unit- Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council, National Agricultural Technology Programme (NATP-2) during 1-14 February, 2018 at BARD training Centre, Kotbari, Comilla. Dr. M. Mizanur Rahman, Director General, BARD presided over the session. Md. Mokhlesur Rahman, Training and communication specialist, PIU-BARC, NATP-2, Md. Shafiqul Islam, Director (Research), BARD and Milan Kanti Bhattacharjee, Director (Training), BARD was the guest speaker in this inaugural session. The numbers of participants in this course were 29. The participants of this training session were the scientists of NARS institute. The course was designed according to the principles of adult learning. The training methods were Lecture, discussion, exercise, workshop, field visit. The trainers played role as a facilitator encouraging the learners to develop responsibility for learning. The aim of the course is Adapt concepts and ideas of modern management procedures in development by the participants; acquaint the participants with the rules and regulations related to office administration and enhance knowledge and skills on financial rules. The key features of this training are: Agricultural policy in Bangladesh, concept, principle, role of modern office management, strategic planning, good governance, result based management, recruitment rules of autonomous and semi-autonomous organizations, office confidence office record management, note writing and initiating a file, conduct office meeting and preparation of minutes, interpersonal relationship, office security, leave rules, performance appraisal and ACR writing, Office supervision, communication and inception, Decision making, essential qualities of development administrator, discipline and appeal rules, procedures for disciplinary enquiry and action with exercise, financial and treasury rules, procedure of public accounts keeping, delegation financial power, duties and responsibilities of drawing and disbursement officers, public procurement rules-2008, midterm budgetary framework (MTBF), warrant of precedence, advance and adjustment procedures and preparation and approval of TA bills. The concluding session of the course was chaired by Dr. M. Mizanur Rahman, Director General, BARD, special guest was Dr. Miah Sayeed Hasan, Director, PIU, BARC, NATP-2 and Md. Mokhlesur Rahman, Training and communication specialist, PIU-BARC, NATP-2

 

 

Integrated pest Management of Major crops:

 

Insects are highly adaptable organisms having ability to cope with a variety of environmental changes, including relatively recent changes in world’s climate. Climate, temperature and participation in particular, have a strong influence on the development, reproduction and survival of insect pests. Climate change is likely to increase the range and distribution of crop pest infestations. Insect pest in agriculture cause huge crop loss every year in our country. A five day long training program was arranged by Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI), with collaboration and financial support of Project Implementation Unit- Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council, National Agricultural Technology Programme (NATP-2) during 21-25 April, 2018 at BARI training room, Gazipur. Dr. Miah Sayeed Hasan, Director, PIU, BARC, NATP-2 was the chief guest in the inaugural session of the training program. Training Director, BARI, and Director research, BARI, Gazipur attended as a special guest and Dr. Syed Nurul Alam, BARI, Gazipur was the president of the inaugural session. The numbers of participants in this course were 30. The participants of this training session were the scientists of NARS institute. The key features of this training are: Different common IPM, Practice of IPM application in Bangladesh, Insect classification, Chemical pesticides, bio-pesticides, registered agricultural and bio-pesticides in Bangladesh,  biological control, description of pest and its life cycle, integrated pest management of different crops, integrated pest management of stored grain, biological control of insect pests, Effect of DDT, the effect of milder and shorter winters for pest outbreaks. Characteristics of pheromone, spiraling whitefly, pesticides, bio-rationales, activity of pumpkin beetle and aulacophora spp, activities of mite, common cutworm. Successful management of insect pest is possible only when proper storage, post harvest practices are implemented. Insecticides when applied properly can limit insect losses in storage or post-harvest condition without resulting in excessive pesticide residues that threaten the health of consumers of treated grain products.

 

 

Reproductive Health Management in Ruminants:

 

The Reproductive Health Management in Ruminants is a most important factor for ruminant’s animals. Livestock is the most prospective one that contributes to solve problems of small farmers and capable to help poverty alleviation. The growing livestock industry demands quality veterinary services for their high value livestock wealth. Country is facing serious trouble with reproductive health problems of animals. A professional training ensures ones knowledge,  skills and ensure the abilities of sustainable development. A five day long training program was arranged by the department of veterinary science, Bangladesh Agricultural University with collaboration and financial support of Project Implementation Unit- Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council, National Agricultural Technology Programme (NATP-2) during 3-7 June, 2018 at veterinary science auditorium, Mymensingh. Dr. Priya Mohan Das, Dean Faculty of veterinary science, Bangladesh Agricultural University was the chief guest in the inaugural session of the training program. Dr. Miah Sayeed Hasan, Director, PIU, BARC, NATP-2 attended as a special guest and Dr. Farida Yeasmin Bari, head of department, veterinary science, Bangladesh Agricultural University was the chair person of the inaugural session. The numbers of participants in this course were 30. The participants of this training session were the scientists and officers of NARS institute and livestock extension. The course was designed according to the principles of adult learning. The course includes lecture, discussion, exercise, participatory, role playing, group work, case study and quizzes.  The objective of the training was developing comprehensive, expertise and clinical proficiency in the field veterinarian for the management of reproductive health. Care of dairy cows and breeding bulls. The key features of this training are: Role of veterinary profession in sustainable development of food and nutrition security. Management of dairy catle nutrition. Functional anatomy and endocrine control of female and male reproductive system. Principle of ultrasonography, electrical heat and mastitis detection kit as diagnostic approaches. Management of sub fertility. Infectioous disease of reproductive system in ruminants. Care of pregnant dam and neonates. Castration and preparation of teaser in farm animals. Breeding for female animals.Safe food production. Mangement of periparturient disease. Management of under health and clinical mastitis. Anesthesia used for ruminants. Ultrasonography. Semen collection, processing, and extender preparation. Hard health reproduction management and arts. Sub fertility management. Hormonal and antimicrobial therapy. The training was conducted successfully and the entire participant took active part in five days training.

 

 

Mango training at Bhulahat:

 

The main economical crop of Chapainobabgonj is mango. Chapainobabgonj is the capital of mango. A two day long training program was arranged in three batches by Technoly transfer and Monitoring Unit (TTMU) with collaboration and financial support of Project Implementation Unit- Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council, National Agricultural Technology Programme (NATP-2) during 11-16 March, 2018 at Chapainawabganj sadar, Shibgonj and Bhulahat Upazila of Chapainawabgonj district. First batch training was held during 11-12 March at Volahat, Chapainawabgonj. Dr. Shaikh Md. Bokhtiar, dirwector (TTMU , BARC attended as chief guest in the inaugural session. Upazila Nirbahi Officer Volahat and Drt. Md. Hamim Reza, Chief scientific Officer, regional horticulture research centre Chapainawabgoj attended as special guest. Upazila agriculture officer, Volahat, Chapainawabgonj presided over the inaugural session at volahat, Chapainawabgonj. Second batch was held during 13-14 March, 2018 at Sibginj, Chapainawabgonj. Mr. Md. Mahmudul Hasan, Deputy commisionar, Chapainawabgonj was presented as a chief guest. Dr. Miah Sayeed Hasan, Director, PIU, BARC, NATP-2,paurasova chairman of shibgonj paurasova and Dr. Shaikh Md. Bokhtiar, dirwector (TTMU , BARC attended as a special guest. Mr. Md. Manjurul Huda, Deputy Director, DAE, Chapainawabgonj presided over theinaugural session at Shibgonj and  Chapainawabgonj sadar. Third batch was held during the 15-16 March 2018 at RHRS, Chapainawabgonj sadar. Upazila Agriculture officer Chapainawabgonj sadar was present as a special guest. The numbers of participants in three batch were 120. Three training were conducted successfully in three upazila of Chapainawabgonj.

 

 

Phytosanitary Measures and Food Safety Issue in Bangladesh:

 

Phytosanitary Measures and Food Safety Issue is a very important issue in Bangladesh. International level, Codex Alimentarius Commission has specified limits of sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) measures. SPS agreement ensures the standard food safety in international level. Country is facing serious trouble with Food Safety problems. A professional training ensures knowledge,  skills and develop the Food Safety. A day long training program was arranged on Phytosanitary Measures and food safety issue in Bangladesh by crops division, BARC with collaboration and financial support of Project Implementation Unit- Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council, National Agricultural Technology Programme (NATP-2) on 9 May, 2018 at BARC, Dhaka. The objectives of the training were to improve knowledge and skills on Phytosanitary Measures and Food Safety Issue in the country. The numbers of participants in this course were 40. The participants of this training session were the scientists and officers of NARS institute (BARI, BRRI, BJRI, BSRI, CDB, BSRTI, BARC), BADC, DAE, Hotex foundation and other private organizations ( BRAC, ACI seed Lal teer seed and pran). Dr. Paresh Chandra Golder, Member director (Planning and Evaluation), BARC was the chief guest  and Miah Sayeed Hasan, Director, PIU, BARC, NATP-2 attwended as a special guest. Dr. Md. Aziz Zilani Chawdhury, member director (Crops), BARC chaired the inaugural session. Dr. S.M. Khurshed Alam, director (manpower and training), BARC start brief presentation on program with welcome address. Other related resource speaker to this training was from BARI, BAU, BARC, DAE and FAO. The course was designed according to the principles of adult learning. The key features of this training were: Pesticide residues and food safety issues for fruits and vegetables, food safety and bio-security issues for phytosanitary measures in Bangladesh, adulteration in food and human health hazards, regulatory framework for plant protection and sanitary and phytosanitary measures in fruits and vegetables supply chain.

 

 

Bioinformatics for sustainable development in agriculture:

 

Livestock is the most prospective one to remove poverty alleviation. Country is facing many troubles with bioinformatics. A professional training ensures ones knowledge, skills and ensure the abilities of sustainable development. A three day long training program was arranged by the Livestock division of BARC in association with Bangladesh Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Association (BBCBA) with collaboration and financial support of Project Implementation Unit- Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council, National Agricultural Technology Programme (NATP-2) during 26-28 December, 2017 at BARC, Dhaka. Dr. Paresh Chandra Golder, Member director (Planning and Evaluation), BARC was the chief guest, Professor Dr. Md. Nurul Haque Mollah, President ob BBCBA and head of bioinformatics lab, dep. of statistics, Rajshahi University. Dr. Shah Md. Ziqrul Haq Chawdhury, member director (Livestock), BARC chaired the inaugural session.  The participants of this training session were the scientists of NARS institute (BLRI,BARI, BRRI, BFRI, BSRI, BJRI,BINA. Resource speaker to this training were from  BAU, BSMRAU,SAU and BARC. The course was designed according to the principles of adult learning. The key features of this training were: Genomic analysis, transcriptomic analysis, phylogenetic analysis, metabolomics analysis, integration of genomic and prteomic analysis for drug discovery, toxicogenomics, role of agri-informatics, drug discovery and use of common bioinformatics tools, generation sequencing tools and their use in agriculture. The training was conducted successfully and all the participant took active part in three days training.

There are 9 national training was held in different time of the entire financial year. 2 batch training on quality processing and preservation of agro-products were held on 3-7 Dec 2017 and 10-14 Dec 2017 respectively and total participant of two training were 60. The training was conducted by nutrition division of BARC. Quality production of dried fish by herbal method training was held on 12-15 January 2018 and total participant of this training was 30. The training was conducted by nutrition division of BARC. Climate change carbon sequestration and adaptation strategies’ training was held on 6-8 February, 2018 and total participant was 40. The training was conducted by Livestock division of BARC. One day long Phytosanitary measures training was held on 9 May, 2018 and total participant of this training were 40. The training was conducted by Livestock division of BARC. Two day long Epidemiology training was held on 13-14 May, 2018 and total participant of this training were 20. The training was conducted by Livestock division of BARC. There are three training of PBRG project was held on 5-10 June 2018. The duration of each training was one day. Total number of participant of these three training was 122. The training was conducted by PIU-BARC, NATP-2.


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