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15th-May-2017       
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Campus Reporter :
Certificate- giving ceremony and orientation programme of Daffodil International Professional Training Institute (DIPTI) was held at auditorium-71 of Daffodil International University  on  Thursday (May 11).  Javed Ahmed, Acting Secretary, Ministry of Expatriates' Welfare and Overseas Employment was present at the programme as chief guest and Abdur Rouf, Executive Project Director, Skills for Employment Investment was present as  special guest at the program.
Md. Sabur Khan, Chairman, Board of Trustees, Daffodil International University presided over the program while Md. Abul Kashem, Project Director, SEIP-PKSF, Mohammad Nuruzzaman, Executive Director, Daffodil Education Network, Rathindranath Das, Executive Director, DIPTI and Moazzem Hossain, Deputy Director, DIIPTI were also spoke at the program.  Addressing as the chief guest Javed Ahmed said that there are 70 training institutes under government affiliation and lot of non-government training institutes are working actively in Bangladesh. Most of the migrant workers took training from these training institutes. So, it's not absolutely truth that all of our migrant workers are unskilled. Problem is 'Branding'. We can't brand properly of our skilled manpower. So we should give emphasis on branding. Md. Sabur Khan said on his presidential speech that at the early stage we provided some unskilled persons in foreign markets as migrant. That negative branding is continuing still now. But, now a day, we are providing huge skilled workers abroad. So, it's time to start proper branding as we have lot of skill manpower.
Addressing as a special guest Abdur Rouf said that there are 70 lacs Bangladeshi people work in various country of the world. They bring us 25 billion dollar remittance per year. On the other hand, 2 lac foreigner workers are working in Bangladesh and they take away 5 billion dollar per year from Bangladesh. If we make our people skilled enough then we earn increase our remittance more..
Two students- Rokonuzzaman and Saiful got appointment letter from Fican IT Solution on the program.  On behalf of Fican IT Solution Mr. Mahmudul Hasan handed over the appointment letter to those students.

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