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Textile Talents hunted from Chattogram zone to work for setting Transformation Blueprint for textile and apparel industry

3rd Campus Day Competition (CDC) of the 7th season of Textile Talent Hunt, TTH 2019-20 held at Textile Engineering College, Chattogram on 11 January 2020

After organizing the 1st and 2nd Campus Day Competition (CDC) at NITER and BUFT successfully, Textile Talent Hunt (TTH) 2019-20 has completed its 3rd Campus Day Competition (CDC) TTH Chattogram Zone on 11 January 2020 at Textile Engineering College, Chattogram.

Textile Talents hunted from Chattogram zone
Figure 1: 3rd Campus Day Competition (CDC) of the 7th season of Textile Talent Hunt, TTH 2019-20 held at Textile Engineering College, Chattogram.

Bangladesh Textile Today is heading towards 7th season Textile Talent Hunt with a new outlook where through ‘Practically Tested Transformation Model’ (PTTM), a total of 100 selected ‘Transformation Leaders’ (TLs) from the Campus Day Competition will prepare there PTTM project reports.

About Taka 50 lacs transformation fund will be used to practically test 100 ideas by 100 ‘Transformation Teams.’ Each ‘Transformation Teams’ will be comprised of 1 transformation leader, 1 industry mentor/expert, 1 project supervisor from industry and additionally 1 project supervisor from that university.

These ‘Transformation Teams’ will work in about 50 textile and apparel companies to address several vital issues set the ‘Transformation Blueprints’ to overcome the challenges and to cater to future opportunities.

As the part of competition flow, TTH 2019-20 will hunt 10 Campus Day Champion and 90 others as Transformation Leaders from 10 zones of Campus Day Competition (CDC). In each Campus Day Competition, the top 5 of each zone receives an amount of prize money.

In the 3rd Campus Day Competition (CDC) at TTH Chattogram Zone total 15 leaders were selected will join in the national level competition. They are Md. Nubaet Hasan Prottoy, Textile Engineering College, Noakhali; S.M. Ashik Abedin, Textile Engineering College, Chattogram; Dipannita Debnath, Textile Engineering College, Chattogram; Tanvir Ahammed, Textile Engineering College, Chattogram; Abu Sayed Rafi, Jashore University of Science and Technology; Abdul Kader Jilani, Textile Engineering College, Chattogram; Ashit Sarker, Textile Engineering College, Chattogram; Md. Maksodur Rahman Nayeem, Textile Engineering College, Chattogram; Dibbo Das, Textile Engineering College, Chattogram; Sheikh Md. Abu Musa, Textile Engineering College, Noakhali; S M Tausif, Textile Engineering College, Chattogram; Sownen Bhattacharjee, Port City International University; Tushar Das, Textile Engineering College, Noakhali; Md. Abdullah Al Jaman, Textile Engineering College, Chattogram and Nur Farzana Chowdhury, Textile Engineering College, Chattogram.

TTH 2019-20 at Textile Engineering College, Chattogram
Figure 2: A total of 179 students were registered in the 3rd CDC.

A total of 179 students were registered in the 3rd CDC from Textile Engineering College, Chattogram; Textile Engineering College, Noakhali; Jashore University of Science and Technology and Port City International University to be selected for National Level Competition and for CDC championship.

On the chair of Tareq Amin, Founder & CEO, Bangladesh Textile Today in the 3rd Campus Day Competition (CDC) at Textile Engineering College, Chattogram, Prof. Md. Ismail Molla, Principal, Textile Engineering College, Zoragonj attended as chief guest where Md Meherul Islam (Sohel), DGM (Fabric Technology and Sourcing), Hirdaramani Bangladesh and Sayed Mohammad Ismail, Country Head, Archroma (Bangladesh) Ltd were present as Transformation Icons.

The competition flow started with 40 marks of MCQ exam on mobile apps and the judges then selected the best 20 to proceed onto the second round for the audition program on the same day. The top 20 gave a brief presentation (for around 3 minutes) each and it was subjected to a brief question and answer round by the judges’ panel.

Based on innovation, presentation and feasibility of the ideas the judge’s panel selected the champion and top 14 others as Transformation Leaders (TLs) for the day.

Textile Talent Hunt is an initiative of Bangladesh Textile Today. It is the first ever talent grooming competition for the undergrad students studying in textile garments and fashion in different universities.

The program’s focus is to prepare future leaders who will be able to adopt the latest developments coming constantly in the industry. In this regard, Bangladesh Textile Today has been working to change the thinking and learning process of the textile-garment degree level graduate students through Textile Talent Hunt events since 2008.

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