Memo signed to launch Japanese BMTC in Bangladesh

Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha . Dhaka | Published: 00:44, Sep 02,2018 | Updated: 00:53, Sep 02,2018

 
 

A memorandum of understanding was signed on Saturday between Daffodil Family and JBNet Corporation, Japan, to introduce Japanese Business Manner Test Centre in Bangladesh from December 2018 for those who intend to go to Japan for higher studies or better career opportunities.
JBNet Corporation, Japan, in collaboration with Skill Jobs will launch the JBMTC, said a press release here.
JBNet Corporation managing director Md Mizanur Rahman Shahin and chief executive officer of Daffodil Family Mohammad Nuruzzaman signed the memorandum on behalf of their respective sides at Skill Jobs conference room of Daffodil Family in the city, the release added. Wataru Konagai, head of IT of Lower International Company Limited, Japan, and CTO of Skill Jobs Md Alauddin were present at the signing ceremony, among others.
According to the release, under the memorandum, Skill Jobs will be sole partner in Bangladesh for marketing and promotion of this course and Daffodil International University will be the exam or test centre.

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