The People's Republic of Bangladesh has launched a massive initiative to boost the country's ICT sector with the support of the World Bank. Under the 'Hire and Train' program, which is part of the Enhancing Digital Government and Economy (EDGE) project, youth and women will receive free training in cutting-edge IT topics such as cybersecurity, blockchain, robotics, and fintech. The project's overall objective is to increase digitally enabled employment and revenue in the IT industry as well as improve efficiency and cybersecurity in the digital economy.
As a leading software company, Bdtask is committed to advancing the information technology sector of Bangladesh. As part of the 'Hire and Train' program funded by the World Bank and the Government of Bangladesh, Bdtask has begun working with the faculty of the IIT of Dhaka University to prepare a 20 thousand skilled workforce.
During the contract signing ceremony, the director of IIT Faculty of Dhaka University, Professor Dr. Muhammad Shafiul Alam Khan, Professor Dr. BM Mainul Hossain, Bdtask Director Operations Tanzil Ahmed, and Business Development Manager Abdul Ahad was present.
This program offers young Bangladeshis a golden opportunity to learn computer skills and secure jobs in the thriving ICT industry. By participating, they will play a vital role in building a smart, innovative, and prosperous country. Bdtask Director of Operations, Tanzil Ahmed, emphasized the immense potential of Bangladesh's IT sector and the urgent need for skilled human resources to fulfill it.
The 'Hire and Train' program will kick off by providing fintech, blockchain, and cybersecurity training. Registration is open to anyone interested in learning, and it's completely free!
We cannot wait to witness the transformative effects of this exciting initiative in the years ahead!