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Career carnival at CU

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Mobile operator Robi has organized its campus based career orientation event, Robi Career Carnival at the Chittagong University on Sunday. The daylong event brought about a festive atmosphere in the university campus with active participation from the students.
Robi's Chief Corporate and People Officer, Matiul Islam Nowshad and Chittagong University's Vice Chancellor, Prof Dr Iftekher Uddin Chowdhury inaugurated the programme in the morning. Chittagong University's Dean of Business Faculty, Prof Dr AFM Aurongazeb was also present on the occasion.
Addressing the students, Matiul Islam Nowshad said that, "Robi is in the middle of a transformation journey to become the next generation digital company. This means that we are rethinking every aspect of our business and incorporating digital solutions to achieve our vision. This exercise requires fresh thinking, creative energy, dedication and hard-work. We are confident that through our engagement with you in this event, we would be able to ascertain how you could help us in our pursuit for digital excellence."
Nowshad thanked the university authority for their whole-hearted cooperation in organizing the career event in the Chittagong university campus.

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