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AUST’s Dept. of Textile Eng. and Evince Group sign MoU to enhance R&D, training

Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology’s (AUST) Department of Textile Engineering and Evince Group signed an MoU on 24th November 2022 to enhance and facilitate its textile engineering students with research and development, arrange the industrial training programs, to explore and expand the horizontal corporate and social responsibility.

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Figure 1: Moments of the MoU Signing ceremony.

Prof. Dr. Muhammed Fazli Ilahi, Vice Chancellor, AUST and Shah Adeeb Choudhury, Director of Evince Group signed the MoU on behalf of the respective organizations.

Among others, Prof. Dr. Mohammad Mahbubur Rahman, Pro Vice-Chancellor; Prof. Dr. Mustafizur Rahman, Treasurer; Prof. Dr. Lal Mohan Baral, Head of Textile Engineering Department, Aust and Mohammad Abu Motalib, General Manager of HR and compliance department, Evince Group were present.

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Figure 2: Shah Adeeb Choudhury, Director, Evince Group was delivering his speech.

The distinguished guests expressed their thoughts and mission to achieve the success of this MoU.

Shah Adeeb Choudhury, Director, Evince Group said, “The students will get to explore more practical things from industry and it’s a different kind of investment because we can get new ideas. And this MoU will aid students in getting better professional careers.”

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Figure 3: AUST’s Department of Textile Engineering and Evince Group’s distinguished guests were present in the event.

Prof. Dr. Lal Mohan Baral expressed, “The purpose of this signing the MoU is that the students or fresh graduates can involve them in training and research. Which will ensure that the students can remain connected and get new ideas from the textile industry.”

Both the AUST and Evince Group will be beneficial from this MoU Signing. The students of AUST will get the opportunity directly from the Evince Group to nourish themselves to the job and will achieve industrial skills besides their academic curriculum. Hope this MoU signing lasts long and brings betterment for the students.

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