The Career Guidance Office (CGO) of Bangladesh University of Business and Technology (BUBT) organized a seminar on History of a Successful Entrepreneur: Late Major General Amjad Khan Chowdhury (Retd.), Founder of PRAN-RFL Group on Sunday, January 13, 2019 in the International Conference Hall of BUBT Permanent Campus, Rupnagar, Mirpur-2, Dhaka. Selected students from all departments attended the seminar and the seminar focused on necessary aspects of entrepreneurship.
Mr. Mohamed Kaisar Haq, Director, International Partnership, PRAN-RFL Group conducted the seminar as the Keynote Speaker while Professor Md. Abu Saleh, Vice Chancellor, BUBT presided over and Prof. Dr. Shafique Ahmed Siddique, Chairman, BUBT Trust was present as the Chief Guest. Mr. Mohammad Masudur Rahman, Advisor, Career Guidance Office, BUBT delivered the welcome speech.
The Keynote Speaker presented the secrets and principles of entrepreneurship setting PRAN-RFL’s Founder as an example. He described that entrepreneurship is not just a job of owning a business; it could be teaching in a school, doing social works in a village or becoming a politician for the country etc. It also includes leading other’s initiatives as well. He said that entrepreneurs must have a clear concept with a thoughtful purpose, if he wants to chase the success. He also suggested not getting along with fear of failure. Failure is opposite to the success. It may come out as a result, but it cannot prevent entrepreneurs from testing their ideas which are in calculative risks.
Prof. Md. Enayet Hossain Miah, Treasurer, BUBT; Prof. Santi Narayan Ghosh, Director, IQAC-BUBT; Prof. Dr. Syed Masud Husain, Dean, Faculty of Business; Deans of other faculties, Registrar, Controller of Examinations, Joint Registrar, Chairmen of various departments, Proctor, faculty members and officials were present in the seminar.
Seminar on Entrepreneurship held at BUBT
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