A day-long training workshop on "Helping to Create New Entrepreneurs" has been completed at Chattogram University of Engineering and Technology (CUET) at the country's first ever Sheikh Kamal IT Business Incubator.
The workshop was inaugurated by CUET Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Mohammad Rafiqul Alam as the chief guest in the conference room of the incubator on Sunday morning. Sheikh Kamal IT Business Incubator Director, Dean Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering Prof. Dr. Mohammad Mashiul Haque presided over the function. Mr. Abul Fatah Md. Baligur Rahman, Project Director of Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park spoke on the occasion. Dr Md Roknuzzaman, Representative of Economic Research Group and Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, North South University was present on the occasion. Around 80 representatives of various startup companies of Chattogram city also participated in the day-long workshop.
CUET Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Mohammad Rafiqul Alam said, “Today is a day of great joy and pride for the CUET family. The first Sheikh Kamal IT Business Incubator built at the university level of the country has started its activities from today. First of all, I would like to express my gratitude to the Prime Minister. I am also grateful to the ICT Department and the Hi-Tech Park Authority. With the joint efforts of all, the dream project of Sajeeb Wazed Joy, Adviser to the Prime Minister on Information Technology, is now going to be a successful implementation. We hope that with today's training, young entrepreneurs will take the country to a unique level in the world of IT through new innovations and start-ups. ”