The College of Business Administration (CBA) of IUBAT continues its Student Engagement Programs (SEPs). This time a seminar was held on the topic “Job Opportunity of Business Graduates in Tea Industry of Bangladesh” on 5th of July 2018.
A total of 180 students attended the seminar to gain knowledge about tea industry of Bangladesh and its job perspective.

Brig. Gen. Dr. Md. Zahid Hossain (Retd.), Pro VC of IUBAT, and Distinguished Professor Dr Khwaja Muhammed Sultanul Aziz of IUBAT were the chief guest and special guests respectively. Dr. Mohammed Tareque Aziz, Dean and Professor of IUBAT was the guest of honor. Mr. Saieed Bakth Mojumder, Director, BRAC Tea Estates acted as the key-note speaker of the seminar. Mr Mir Md. Zakir Hossain, Assistant General Manager Accounts, BRAC and Mr. S. Shahid Ahmed, Manager Accounts, BRAC were present at the seminar. The speaker and the guests spoke on various aspects of Bangladesh Tea Industry.

 

The seminar started with a short introductory speech of Professor Md Lutfar Rahman, Registrar of IUBAT. Brig. Gen. Dr. Md. Zahid Hossain (Retd.), Pro VC of IUBAT, provided valuable speech on the background and different aspects of Bangladesh Tea Industry.
Mr. Saieed Bakth Mojumder shared more than 50 years of his work experiences in the Tea Industry of Bangladesh with students. He emphasized that “Working in tea industry is not 9 am-5 pm job, rather is an all-time job. Those who are hardworking, and can take challenges are suitable to have a career in this industry”. The seminar turned out as quite a learning session rather than words are just flying off mouth-to-ear.
The seminar went along with a broad discussion and Q/A session. Students actively participated in Q/A session to gather knowledge and clear their confusions.
At the very end of the seminar, Professor Md. Lutfar Rahman, Registrar of IUBAT wrapped up the seminar with a sharp brief and vote of thanks.

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