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AWARD COMMITTEE REPORT


As is practised every year The BCA National Executive Council exercised their normal process to elect an Award Committee, whose responsibilities were to identify the best restaurants and summarise the essential features of the competition procedure, including the award procedures.


The awards which have become a recognised and much sought after acclaim to the achievements of those that the committee has judged to have reached and maintained the highest level of quality, service and fulfilled the criteria of offering the “best value” for money, also taken into consideration is the length of service and will also be compliant with the published selection criteria.


The purpose of the award is to honour British Bangladeshi Caterers, the Best Regional Chefs and influential Community Leaders who have made outstanding contributions and advances in the UK. BCA Award Committee members were committed to ensuring that both fair and unbiased deliberation of all eligible applicants for this year’s awards were taken into full consideration and that the criteria upon which the winners are chosen from all the final list of nominees should be transparent.


The Award Committee will only consider those who entered the competition and were found to be suitable for further evaluation - following the competition opening session.


the process of finding the right nominees for the winners in all regions, the members of the committee have completed vigorous scrutiny and in selected cases performed some field visits to see for themselves and report back to the committee with their recommendations.


This year for the first time BCA, is honouring the best regional chefs with an award. To my surprise and delight I was overwhelmed by the number of entrants in this category who sought to get the recognition of the coveted BCA Award.


The timing of the inclusion of this award was calculated as now more than at any other time in the history of the BCA the recognition and value of the chefs that without lack of formal accreditation have dedicated their lives to dispensing through their expertise and skill the culinary delights that embellish our tables.


Although we could not award all of our worthy entrants this evening, and there were indeed great number of worthy applicants, I would like to say that I am humbled by the level


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The awards which have become a recognised and much sought after


acclaim to the achievements of those that the committee has judged to have reached and maintained the highest level of quality


of enthusiasm and pride they have shown to be associated with curry industry.


Lastly, I would like to offer my thanks and congratulations to all the entrants, nominees and winners including the Honour Award winners as you are what this evening is all about.


M F Uddin


Convenor Award Committee & BCA Membership Secretary


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Members of the event committee Mr Mohammed Fozul Uddin (Convenor) Mr Asraf Uddin Mr M M Kamal Yakub Mr Oli Khan Mr Anisul Hoque Choudhury Mr Eafor Ali


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