Textile Today organized an orientation program to welcome its newly recruited ‘Campus Correspondent 2019’ at Northern Tosrifa factory premises, Tongi on 4 March. Students from different institutions including BUTEX, NITER, BUFT, AUST, Prime Asia University, South East University, MBSTU, and many others were present.
Textile Today has been working with the vision of creating skilled manpower and transforming human capital of Bangladesh textile and apparel industry for 12 years.
Mohim Hassan, CEO & Managing Director of Northern Tosrifa Group (NTG) was the Chief Guest of the program. Mizaan Rahman, Sr. HR Manager of NTG and Tareq Amin, Founder & CEO of Textile Today were also present in the orientation program.
The speakers talked about the current scenario of the textile sector, upcoming challenges and how to overcome the challenges by self-development and contributing to the industry.
“There is a huge scarcity of proper soft and technical skilled manpower in Bangladesh. In the future, this demand will increase more. So before entering the competitive job life, one should focus more on self-development and should utilize the resources available in our surroundings,” Mohim Hassan advised the young.
Mizaan Rahman said, “NTG is not such a typical business organization, we believe a human is more valuable resource than anything. Our door is always open for anyone who wants to learn. We really appreciate the effort of Textile Today Training and the way they are contributing to the industry.”
Tareq Amin, Founder & CEO of Textile Today introduced and described the activities of Textile Today at a glance.
“Young people are full of life and naturally those who are proactive, they engage themselves with many activities. One should set his/her goal and then he/she should decide what have to do attaining the goal.
Current writers and authors of Textile Today also participated in the program and shared their practical knowledge with the newcomers.