Banglalink has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with North South University (NSU) to open a new window of opportunity and collaboration.
Along with joining Banglalink programmes – Learn from the Leaders, Learn from the Startups, Campus to Corporate, Career Bootcamp, Womentor, Ennovators, Strategic Assistant Program, Advanced Internship Program and Campus Ambassador Programme – NSU students will now study the telco’s cases as part of their curriculum.
Banglalink’s Chief Human Resources and Administration Officer Monzula Morshed, Head of Talent Management Ayesha Saeed, Head of Corporate Communications and Sustainability Ankit Sureka were present at the signing ceremony.
NSU Vice-Chancellor Professor Atiqul Islam and Dr Mohammad Khasro Miah, director of the Career and Placement Center, were also present at the online event.
Professor Atiqul said, “NSU is pleased to be able to engage with Banglalink. I am certain this will open up more opportunities for joint applied research in telecommunication.”
“We welcome the opportunity to place our students as interns at Banglalink. We also expect Banglalink’s top managers and experts to come into our classrooms as guest lecturers and give the students a feel of the real world.”
Monzula Morshed said: “Opening up new opportunities for youth is one of our top priorities, as we always value their inquisitiveness, enthusiasm and innovative approaches.”
“Our partnership with NSU will enable its students to benefit from our programmes and get the right directions from experienced Banglalink professionals. These facilities will surely help them shape their career paths successfully in the days to come.”
Banglalink will continue to take similar initiatives to facilitate youth empowerment in the country, Banglalink’s chief human resources and administration officer said.
Source: United News of Bangladesh