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DCCI opens diploma courses on supply chain management

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Hossain A Sikder, Vice-President of DCCI, poses with the participants of International Certificate, Advanced Certificate and Diploma Courses on Modular Learning System in Supply Chain Management (MLS-SCM) inaugural ceremony at its office in the city on Fr

Business Desk :
An Inaugural Ceremony of International Certificate, Advanced Certificate and Diploma Courses on Modular Learning System in Supply Chain Management (MLS-SCM(P)) was held at DCCI auditorium in the capital on Friday.
Hossain A Sikder, DCCI Vice-President, was present as the Chief Guest along with AHM Rezaul Kabir, Secretary General was also the special guest. There were ninety six participants, including the trainers and other distinguished guests, said a press release on Saturday.  
Hossain A Sikder stated that Dhaka Chamber of Commerce & Industry (DCCI) is one of the active Chambers of Bangladesh. Apart from providing traditional services to its members, it has been undertaking multifarious activities for private sector development of the country and accelerating economic growth.
In order to meet the growing demand for training services of the business community, DCCI established DCCI Business Institute (DBI) in 1991 as training center and updated as DBI in 1999. It is conducting various need-based training courses to make its members and the business community more efficient, trustworthy and competitive globally.
He congratulated and thanked the participants and the respective organizations for choosing this important MLS-SCM(P) course of DBI and wished them all success. Then he officially declared inauguration of the 22nd Batch of Certificate, 21st Batch of Advanced Certificate and 20th Batch of Diploma MLS-SCM courses.
AHM Rezaul Kabir, Secretary General of the organization spoke on the occasion and highlighted the importance of the course and its applicability. He also emphasized on the ethical and social responsibility of the participants. He thanked the participants for rightly choosing the course and wished success of the program.
Md. Joynal Abdin, Executive Director of DBI informed the audience that the courses on International Certificate, Advanced Certificate and Diploma in "Modular Learning System in Supply Chain Management (MLS-SCM(P))", have been conducting by DBI in cooperation with International Trade Centre (ITC), Geneva since 2004.

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