Technical education for producing skilled workforce stressed
Published: 05:38 PM, 4 March 2019 Updated: 05:42 PM, 4 March 2019
Experts have stressed on producing skilled workforce through popularising technical and vocational education among young generations to make them suitable for the job-oriented market.
They expressed the view at the seminar styled ‘Journey to Career’ arranged at concluding function of the daylong Job Fair-2019 held at conference room of Rangpur Technical School and College in the city on Sunday.
Rangpur Technical School and College organised the events with assistance of the Skill for Investment Employment Programme, RFL Group, Mohona Constructions Limited, bdjobs.com and other job providing organisations of the country.
Rangpur Regional Director of the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Professor Dr. Md. Sirajul Islam attended the seminar as the chief guest.
With Principal of Rangpur Technical School and College Arbindu Kumar Bardhan in the chair, head of the Department of Welding of the institution Shariful Islam and Head of its Department of Computer Trade Hedayetul Islam addressed the seminar as special guests.
Job Placement Officer of Rangpur Technical School and College Zenith Lincon Majumder addressed the seminar as the resource person and the programme was moderated by teacher of the institution Md. Badruddoza.
The students of Rangpur Technical School and College who completed their courses on various trades participated in the seminar.
Principal Arbindu Kumar Bardhan narrated importance of popularising the need-based and job-oriented technical education and latest technologies among the young generations to turn them into able human resources and experts befitting for the 21st century.
“The rate of admission to technical educational institutions increased in recent years producing skilled workforce having job opportunities both at home and abroad and they are contributing to building a developed Bangladesh,” he said.