Southeast University in association with Chakri.com is organizing a Job Fair on 25-26 November, 2017.at the permanent campus of Southeast University (251/A & 252, Tejgaon Industrial Area, Dhaka-1208).
We are expecting more than 50 leading employers of the country to participate in this year's event. This job fair will provide a platform for the potential candidates to meet employers, and the companies will get the opportunity to identify potential future employees with requisite qualifications and skills. Final year students and recent graduates of SEU will attend the job fair.
Mr Anisul Islam Mahmud, Honourable Minister, Ministry of Water Resources, Government of Bangladesh has given his kind consent to grace the inaugural ceremony of the event as the chief guest.
Mr Kazi Akram Uddin Ahmed, Founder Chairman, Standard Bank Ltd & Former President, FBCCI, will be present in the inaugural ceremony as special guest.
Mr Md Rezaul Karim, Chairman, Board of Trustees, Southeast University Trust will address the ceremony as the guest of honour.
On November 25, a seminar on “Impact of Soft Skills on Career Success: Employers' Perspectives” will be held. Mr Abdul Matlub Ahmad, Chairman, Nitol Niloy Group and Former President of FBCCI, has consented to be the chief guest for the seminar. Mr Musharrof Hossain, President, BSHRM & APFHRM and Head of Human Resource Management, ICDDR,B will act as keynote speaker of the seminar. Mr Quazi M. Ahmed, President of BOLD (Bangladesh Organization for Learning & Development) will be there as the special guest.
A seminar will be held on “Global Transition in Career Skills: Employers' Expectations from University Graduates” on the second day at 11.00 am. Ms Rubaba Dowla, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Plus One Services will be present as the chief guest at the Seminar. Mr Tabarak Hossain Bhuiyan, Managing Director and CEO of Prime Bank Investment Limited will present the keynote paper at the seminar. Quazi Mohammad Shahed, Chief Human Resource Officer, will be present as the special guest.