'Career Summit' Organized At British Council
The British Council Services for International Education Marketing (SIEM) sorted out a 'Profession Summit' on November 21, 2015 at Fuller Road in the city.
The daylong summit gave a chance to returned moves on from UK to investigate their profession opportunities in Bangladesh by associating them to prestigious associations from assorted commercial ventures in the nation.
Delegates from Unilever, Robi, HSBC, Standard Chartered Bank, BRAC Bank, Maxwell Stamp, CONSUMARK, DFID and other driving associations were available at the occasion, said a British Council official statement.
An expansive number of present and trying Bangladeshi experts are graduated class of prestigious advanced education foundations in the UK. Coming back to Bangladesh, they are anticipating manufacture an enduring vocation in the nation.
The 'Vocation Summit' meant to bolster them towards further proficient improvement, and to give bosses a stage to contract meriting UK graduates through one-on-one meetings.
Hopefuls were surveyed and evaluated by the potential businesses taking into account their present capabilities i.e. field of study, pay desire, past experience, extracurricular exercises, IT aptitudes, English proficiencies and references from their instructive foundations.
The 'Vocation Summit' likewise facilitated entire sessions and diverse parallel sessions directed by HR experts, UK representative, Alumni and HR of British Council on points identified with employability, for example, occupation arranged course particulars, CV composing, confronting a meeting, and so forth, the discharge included.
Working in Dhaka since 1951, the British Council offers an extensive variety of administrations and exercises crosswise over Bangladesh through their workplaces in Dhaka, Chittagong and Sylhet.
Concentrating on four key zones - English, training, society and expressions of the human experience - the association works with understudies and youthful experts; society and group pioneers; and influencers including vocation experts, the media, instructors, craftsmen, researchers and business pioneers.
The British Council's library right now has more than 6,000 individuals. The 'Vocation Summit' is one of British Council's proceeding with attempts to add to the instructive and monetary areas in Bangladesh.