BUFT Students Begin Internship in India

BUFT Students Begin Internship in India

Three talented students from Textile Engineering and Textile Engineering Management of BGMEA University of Fashion and Technology (BUFT) have embarked on an exciting internship journey for two month at D.K.T.E. Society's Textile and Engineering Institute, India. They were Shahariar Shoaib, Shahariar Sourave, and Kaniz Farhana. This initiative, facilitated under the BUFT-DKTE partnership agreement, aims to provide hands-on experience and foster international collaboration in the field of textile education.
  • 1 week ago
  • Dr. Md. Hasan Ikbal
BUFT Students Champion in Debate Competition

BUFT Students Champion in Debate Competition

A shadow parliament debate competition titled 'Bank merger will strengthen good governance in the banking sector' was organized by Debate for Democracy at FDC, Karwanbazar, Dhaka on 30 March 2024. Debaters from BGMEA University of Fashion and Technology (BUFT) and Prime University participated in the debate competition. BUFT debaters won the championship in the shadow parliament, defeating Prime University debaters. Mr. Hassan Ahamed Chowdhury Kiron, Chairman, Debate for Democracy chaired the event while Mr. Salehuddin Ahmed, Former Governor of Bangladesh Bank was present as the chief guest in the debate competition. Trophy and certificate were awarded to the winning team at the end of the competition. Later, the winning students had the opportunity to meet and capture moments with the Hon’ble Vice Chancellor of BUFT, Prof. Dr. S.M. Mahfuzur Rahman.
  • 1 month ago
  • Dr. Md. Hasan Ikbal
Panel Discussion on the Bangladesh-Germany Textile Trade Conundrum: Balancing Rapid Growth with Sustainability

Panel Discussion on the Bangladesh-Germany Textile Trade Conundrum: Balancing Rapid Growth with Sustainability

A thought-provoking panel discussion titled "Bangladesh-Germany Textile Trade Conundrum: Balancing Rapid Growth with Sustainability was held on 20 March 2024 at BUFT Seminar Hall. The panelists included Ambassador Mr. Shahed Akter, Former CEO of the Bangladesh German Chamber of Commerce & Industries (BGCCI); Prof. Dr. Ayub Nabi Khan, Pro Vice Chancellor of BUFT; Mr. Md. Salimullah, Senior Assistant Secretary at the Ministry of Industries, Bangladesh; Mr. Md. Saiful Islam, Minister of Commercial Affairs at the Embassy of Bangladesh, Berlin; Ms. Lavinia Muth, Lecturer at AMD, Berlin, and a Sustainability Consultant with extensive experience in sustainable textile production in Germany (via online participation); and Mr. Khalid Hossain, Lead of Partnerships at the Bangladesh Apparel Exchange Forum. Mr. Leo Wigger, Director for South Asia & Eurasia at the Candid Foundation, served as the Moderator. Given the substantial role that the textile industry plays in both the Bangladesh and German economies, the objective of this panel discussion was to scrutinize the intricacies of their trade dynamics. The discussants aimed to address the challenges and opportunities arising from the swift expansion of textile trade between these nations, emphasizing the imperative of sustainability amidst such growth. The session concluded with an interactive question and answer segment.
  • 2 months ago
  • Dr. Md. Hasan Ikbal