BUTEX Career Club organizes Knowledge Session in Bangladesh University of Textile supported by “Officina+39”

Dhaka (January 22, 2019): BUTEX Career Club(BUTEXCC) organized a knowledge Session titled, “ Career Adda” supported by “Officina+39”

Dhaka (January 22, 2019): BUTEX Career Club(BUTEXCC) organized a knowledge Session titled, “ Career Adda” supported by “Officina+39” under its on-going initiatives to inspire students through personal success stories of experts who are building their own trail with hard-work and innovativeness.  On January 22, Tuesday, 2019 “Officina+39”  collaborated with BUTEX Career Club to hold a first of its kind interactive session with the students introducing ATM Mahbubul Alam Milton ( Executive Director, Masco Group), Mohammad Monjur Hasan (Director of Marketing Business Development, Meghna Executive Holdings), Engnr. Md. Nasir Ullah (Country Manager, Officina+39 – Fashion and Sustainable Chemicals) were the guest speakers who shared their beneath stories of success toward becoming leader in Textile industries. They inspired the students sharing their experiences on how they decided to follow their passion for growth and making a significant impact on Textile industries of Bangladesh.

ATM Mahbubul Alam Milton motivated students with his influential speech on power of habit and he also shared about how Passion, knowledge, courage, Decision making skill, Communication skill can become helpful for a person for the growth towards a successful career. Mohammad Monjur Hasan elaborated a term called “Brain Engineering” and also talked on how interpersonal skills can assist a person in career journey of life. Engnr. Md. Nasir Ullah talked on how Textile Engineers can place their place on industries in competitive environment with foreigners and he also elaborated on the importance of subject wise skill development

More than 120 students attended the event and felt motivated as ATM Mahbubul Alam Milton, Mohammad Monjur Hasan, Engnr. Md. Nasir Ullah answered their questions on how to overcome the barriers around to dreaming big. They also discussed on the probable future growth and the bright days ahead of RMG industries of Bangladesh.

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