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2 February, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Daylong Khulna IT-ITES job fair held

Staff Reporter, Dhaka

A daylong job fair titled ‘Khulna IT-ITES Job Fair’ was held at Khulna University (KU) on Thursday. Leveraging ICT for Growth, Employment and Governance (LICT) Project under Bangladesh Computer Council of Information and Communication Technology Division has arranged the job fair in association with Bangladesh Association of Software and Information Services (BASIS) and Bangladesh Association of Call Centres and Outsourcing (BACCO).  The representatives of top IT companies of the country, including 11 of Sheikh Hasina Software Technology Park, Jessore, selected eligible candidates at the job fair.

About 150 job seekers received direct jobs from the fair and a lot of job seekers were selected primarily. Mohammad Fayek Uz Zaman, vice-chancellor of Khulna University, was present as chief guest at the closing ceremony of the job fair, says a press release.

More than 8, 000 candidates registered to participate in the fair.

More than 3,000 young people came to the job fair. Parthapratim Deb, executive director, Bangladesh Computer Council, Rezaul Karim, NDC, Project Director, LICT, Mohammad Fayek Uz Zaman, vice-chancellor, Khulna University, Sami Ahmed, Component Team leader, LICT, Rashed Mujib Noman, Country Director, Augmedix and representatives from several IT companies were present, among others, in the job fair.

Workshop held at CUB

Staff Reporter, Dhaka

Canadian University of Bangladesh (CUB) arranged a workshop on ‘Professionalism & Ethics at Work’ at the auditorium of the university on Thursday, says a press release.

Moinuddin Chowdhury, lead visionary and CEO, Society for Leadership Skills Development (SLSD), was the resource person in the workshop. Prof Nazrul Islam, pro-vice chancellor, Canadian University of Bangladesh, chaired the programme.

In the lecture, Moinuddin described in detail the different aspects of professionalism and ethics that one should follow at work.  

Along with others, Registrar Brig Gen Md Asaduzzaman Subhani (retd), Prof William H Derrenger, dean, CUB Business School, SM Arifuzzaman, head, School of Business, Dr Abdullah-Al-Monzur Hussain, head, School of Law, Dr Nurul Islam Babul, head, Department of Film & TV, Dr M Mamoon Al Bashir, Academic Director, MBA & EMBA Programmes, participated in the workshop.   

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