ULAB Rotaract Club hosted ‘Initiate Your Career in Japan: Hands on Introduction’

ULAB Rotaract Club hosted ‘Initiate Your Career in Japan: Hands on Introduction’

ULAB Rotaract Club hosted a workshop on “Initiate Your Career in Japan: Hands on Introduction” which was organized by YSI Bangladesh on 16th June 2019. The workshop took place at ULAB Permanent Campus Auditorium, where the lessons for making opportunity for the students of ULAB in Japan IT Industry and some companies from Japan who want to recruit graduate students from ULAB.

Students of The University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) learned important aspects of “How to build their career in Japan” which also helped them to cultivate an aptitude to build their skills in life. Eight guest speakers from abroad (Mostly JAPAN) discussed how they can build their career in Japan after graduation. The purpose of this seminar was not only to suggest experts. Rather, sharing the experience of Bangladeshi workers in different sectors in Japan was one of the most important inventions of this seminar. To this end, the people of Japan present their experience of life to the audience.In the beginning, Mr. Mehdi Rajib, the director of the co-curricular office welcomed the guests and students and thanked them for organizing these excellent initiatives and closed by Imran Hossain the advisor of ULAB Rotaract Club. Ryuji Utsunomiya, CEO, Alpha Drive Kochi, AM Ishtiaque Sarwar, MD. SoftTech Innovation Ltd, CEO, Amar Pay, Adnan Faruk Hillol, CEO, Food Snap, Iftekhar Asif, Software Engineer, SIFT PLUS Inc. Japan, Naina Sabrin B-jet trainee, Colgis BD Ltd, Sabik Al Sarkar Founder of Leadsas were among the guests who were present during the workshop. FoodSnap as a food sponsor and Financial Express, Roar Bangla, barta24 was a media partner of the great seminar organized by young people of ULAB.

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Bachelor of Science, Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)

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