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A Memorandum of Understanding was signed for academic cooperation between University of Saskatchewan and Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh (BUET) in a reception ceremony on Sunday March 13, 2011 at 7 p.m. in the Ball Room of Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel, Dhaka.
On the occasion of his first official visit to Dhaka, the Honourable Brad Wall, Premier of Saskatchewan, Canada and H. E. Robert McDougall, Canadian High Commissioner arranged the reception followed by a dinner. Mr. Muhammad Faruk Khan, MP, Honourable Minister, Ministry of Commerce, Government of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh was the Chief Guest of the ceremony. Foreign delegates from Canada, High Commissioners, Members of Parliament, Secretaries, Prof. Karen Chad, Vice-President Research, University of Saskatchewan, Vice-Chancellors, faculties, and officers of different universities of Bangladesh were present in that occasion.
I was present on the occasion as an officer (Assistant Director, Directorate of Students Welfare, BUET) of a university. After the MoU signing ceremony while I was talking with Professor Karen Chad, Vice-President Research, University of Saskatchewan, Canada, the photo was taken. I am in the right slide left side.
Professional Networking: Participating in a MoU Ceremony
In November 4, 2010, a week long job fair was held at BUET campus, after the job fair, a closing party was arranged at BUET Auditorium Complex. Top HR executives of reputed engineering organizations in Bangladesh, the Director of Students Welfare and other officers of the directorate were present in closing. I delivered an informative speech hiring BUET students as internship during the terms or placement after graduating. I worked in the Director of Students Welfare of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology as Administrative Officer and Assistant Director since May 2001, and arranging various seminars, job fairs, and socio-cultural campus activities.
Careering Networking: Speech in Job Fair Closing Ceremony
2Job Fair Closing Ceremony
I have been studying at Centennial College since January 2012 to upgrade my education for Canadian job market. Right now, I am in the 3rd semester of nine semester courses. Dr. S M Hasanuzzoha is a professor of Centennial College. In this semester (fall 2012) he is teaching Human Resources Management including other courses. He is my teacher for the course of HRM. On November 23, 2012, I presented my second in class presentation on topic Career Development. He pleased to see my presentation. After the class I talked with him, and gave me his visiting card as I can use his name in my resume.Personal Networking: Talking with Faculty
Immigrant to Canada was my dream, so I researched about Canadian job market what educational qualification may helpful me to get a job in my profession. I found, there is huge demand for financial professional in Canada, and I need a finance related degree. I admitted in MBA, major in finance program in a university, and I completed the program with an excellent result. Then after coming Canada, I contacted with some employee agencies what licensee, or certification I need to be a financial profession. They advised me to do a Canadian security course. According to their advice I enrolled in Investment Funds in Canada course, and completed successfully. Now I am trying to be a Mutual Funds Representative in any bank. I hope I will be success within a short timeAcademic Achievement: MBA and IFC
When I started working at Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology as Administrative Officer, office information was recorded in registers. I often faced problem to gather information when my director asked to provide report quickly. My director also knew the situation. It was almost impossible to prepare reports quickly from papers. He tried several times to train some employees of the departments, but nobody agreed to receive database train as they were almost at the end of service. I could use most common office software; however, they didnt cover the requirements to computerized office work. I talked with director and admitted in two courses - oracle, and network administration with windows server. After completed the courses successfully, I developed several customized program for all office procedures, it reduced about 80% labour for the office. I was rewarded immediately by getting higher salary, and after a few years I got promotion to next higher position as Assistant Director on June 2009.Professional Development: Oracle and Networking Administration