NSU signs MoU with Japan university

Staff Correspondent | Published: 18:53, Feb 25,2021

 
 

Representatives of Bangladesh Computer Council, North South University, and University of Miyazaki in Japan pose for a photograph after signing a Memorandum of Understanding for ‘Post-Bangladesh Japan ICT Engineers Training Implementation Agreement’ at the ICT Tower in Dhaka on Wednesday. — Press release.

A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Bangladesh Computer Council, North South University, and University of Miyazaki in Japan for ‘Post-Bangladesh Japan ICT Engineers Training Implementation Agreement’ at the ICT Tower in Dhaka on Wednesday, said a press release.

The Career and Placement Centre of NSU had taken an initiative in the project on behalf of the university.

BCC project director Md Golam Sarwar inaugurated the ceremony while its executive director Parthapratim Deb attended the meeting as chief guest.

North South University pro-vice-chancellor M Ismail Hossain was present as special guest along with University of Miyazaki president Tsutomu Ikenoue who attended the ceremony through Zoom Meeting from Japan as special guest.

JICA experts Yuki Morishita and Takeo Uzawa delivered the BJET achievement report at the ceremony.

NSU Career and Placement Centre director Mohammad Khasro Miah and its School of Engineering and Physical Sciences dean Javed Bari attended the ceremony as representatives of the university.

JICA Bangladesh chief representative Yuho Hayakawa and JICA expert Akihiro SHOJI also graced the event on behalf of BJET.

NSU vice-chancellor Atiqul Islam, BCC executive director Parthapratim Deb, and UoM vice-president (international relations) Keisuke Murakami signed the MoU on behalf of their respective organisations.

BCC director Mohammad Enamul Kabir delivered the closing remarks and closed the ceremony after signing the MoU.

At least 80 students will get a chance to enrol in the programme with a fee of Tk 10,000.

The first six months of the training module will be held at NSU, and the second three months module will be held in Japan.

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