Career Talk on 'Making You Employable for the Global Market Needs'

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SAP Education and CRI (Centre for Research and Information), a not-for-profit policy research organization aiming to create a platform for youth in Bangladesh, in partnership with ‘Shikkha’ an educational research wing of Phoenix Bangladesh Foundation, arranged a ‘Career Talk’ titled ‘Making You Employable for the Global Market Needs’ on the 26th November, 2014 for the students and fresh graduates of Computer Science and Engineering and EEE particularly from BUET and different universities.

The Career Talk was held at IEB Seminar Room from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. Around 150 students were selected through a open pre-registration process.

The programme focused on the key strategies, tactics and principles upon which students can build lasting career success. The program helped to produce meaningful, lasting skills to enhance participants’ professional effectiveness and thus will increase organization’s overall success.

The distinguished speakers brought forth a crucial issue ‘employability Index’. The index illustrates that the unemployment problem is not a so crucial now as the market is growing. Rather it has become a problem to find out capable and skilled employees for the newly developing industries.

They advised students to gather four qualities to be fitted with the job market i.e. domain knowledge regarding industries, knowledge about future technologies, soft skills like interpersonal and communicative proficiency, industrial exposures. These four things make a student rightly employable and fit for the global market needs.

The programme focused on the key strategies, tactics and principles upon which students can build lasting career success. The program helped to produce meaningful, lasting skills to enhance participants’ professional effectiveness and thus will increase organization’s overall success.

The distinguished speakers brought forth a crucial issue ‘employability Index’. The index illustrates that the unemployment problem is not a so crucial now as the market is growing. Rather it has become a problem to find out capable and skilled employees for the newly developing industries.

They advised students to gather four qualities to be fitted with the job market i.e. domain knowledge regarding industries, knowledge about future technologies, soft skills like interpersonal and communicative proficiency, industrial exposures. These four things make a student rightly employable and fit for the global market needs.

 

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