Southeast University shares the benefits of ‘Corporate Membership’ of The Textile Institute with professionals and students

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Recently Textile Engineering Department of Southeast University (SEU) received the ‘Corporate Membership’ of ‘The Textile Institute’, an International Organization of Textile Engineers & Professionals. On 21st November the university shared this information to the professionals and students and organized a discussion meeting at its Permanent Campus, Tejgaon, Dhaka.

seu-ti-membership-event-2016The distinguished panel was composed of Prof. Dr. Md. Humayun Kabir Chowdhury, the Pro-Vice Chancellor of SEU, Prof. Syed Fakhrul Hassan, Dean (Acting), School of Science & Engineering, Prof. Dr. M. Shamsher Ali, Professor Emeritus of SEU, Dr. ANM Ahmed Ullah, Associate Professor, Dept. of Textile Engineering, SEU and Prof. Dr. Engr. Ayub Nabi Khan, Chairman of The Textile Institute, Bangladesh Section and Pro-Vice Chancellor of BGMEA University of Fashion and Technology.

Syed Fakhrul Hassan delivered welcome speech where he highlighted the history of The Textile Institute and informed that SEU made relationship with this institute where students can get membership at free of cost.

Shamsher Ali, who was present as Chief Guest, discussed about the importance of Corporate membership of ‘The Textile Institute’ and mentioned this Institute as the base of Textile. Prof. Dr. Engr. Ayub Nabi Khan was present as Guest of Honor and discussed about the various opportunities of Textile Institute members. Chairmen of different departments, faculties, students of SEU were present at the program among others.

The Textile Institute is an international organization governed by a Council representing members throughout the world. It is founded in 1910 and legally constituted by a Royal Charter, granted in Britain in 1925 and is registered as a charity in England, the institute is recognized as a non-profit association under the laws of many countries.

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