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Demo programme to promote Chartered Scy profession at DU

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Campus Report :
Institute of Chartered Secretaries of Bangladesh (ICSB) has organized a demonstration programme on 'Chartered Secretary as a Challenging Profession in the Corporate World' for the students of Faculty of Business Studies, University of Dhaka at Prof Dr Mohammad Habibullah Conference Hall on Monday in collaboration with the Faculty of Business Studies of the said University.
Mohammad Sanuallah FCS, President of the Institute was the keynote speaker of the programme.  He welcomed the bright and the potential students of University of Dhaka for participating in the session and discussed the necessity of professional degrees in addition to academic degrees for accelerating career success. He highlighted the prospects of the Chartered Secretary profession in our country and abroad. He briefly discussed CS course curriculum, classes, and examination system and membership process.
Prof Dr Mahfuzul Hoque, Deputy Programme Director, MPA Programme, Faculty of Business Studies of DU was the Session Chair. He thanked President of ICSB for taking the initiative to orient a challenging and rewarding profession to the students.  He emphasized the importance of the Chartered Secretary profession.
A good number of students and faculty members were present in the program and participated spontaneously during the question and answer session.

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