Leading readymade exporting company Essential Clothing Limited arranged a children’s day for the workers by titling Sky is the Limit on 6 December 2019 at factory premises Akulichala, Sakashor, Maddha Para, Kaliakoir, Gazipur.
The daylong event was scheduled for a cultural competition from the worker’s children and a prize distribution ceremony for those who have obtained positions at different competition levels.
“I am very happy to attend today’s event that inspired me to be one of the best citizens of the country,” Maria Akter, a daughter of a supervisor expressed her feeling while holding a school bag that received from the program.
Saiful Islam Khan, Managing Director, Essential Clothing Ltd was present as the chief guest in the program while Kawser Parveen Chowdhury, Chairman, Essential Clothing Ltd attended as a special guest.
Md. Matiur Rahman Robin, Director, Essential Clothing Limited inaugurated the event. Muradpur Govt primary school, Head Teacher, Arif Dewan and Officials of Textile International organization Abu Raihan and Ashraful Kader were also present. HR executive Md Haider and Masudul Haque were the moderator in the program.
Saiful Islam Khan in his speech expressed deep gratitude to the workers who are contributing to Essential Clothing for its consecutive growth. He also addressed for the worker’s children to be more attentive and active for a good education.
Khuki Akter who once worked in the same factory as an assistant in the sewing line now working in the managerial post told Textile Today that she is happy to work in this factory because she received all the facilities to grow herself for a senior position. She also informed, recently her visit to Geneva, Switzerland as one of the representatives from the factory is one of the biggest achievements.
On the occasion of merit-money distribution program for the worker’s children those who obtained GPA 5 in 2018, Saiful Islam Khan announced a merit scholarship for the worker’s children as Primary School Certificate (PSC) the GPA 5 holder will receive 3 thousand taka, Junior School Certificate (JSC) 5 thousands taka, secondary school certificate (SSC) 10 thousands taka and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 15 thousands taka.