Kazi IT Center Ltd, a leading business process outsourcing company in Bangladesh, is going to hold the largest recruitment and learning festival in the country on Saturday.
The festival, titled Career Boot Camp, will be held at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC) in Dhaka.
The boot camp will be organised in collaboration with Leveraging ICT for Growth, Employment & Governance (LICT), a project of the government's Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Division.
As many as 12,000 job seekers, a mix of fresh graduates and experienced aspirants have already registered to join the event.
Over 6,000 participants will be present at the event to learn from the best trainers in Bangladesh.
“There is no limit to how many people we will recruit. We are hiring business development analysts, team leaders, assistant managers and managers for our Nikunja, Dhanmondi and Rajshahi offices,” the organisers said during a press conference in Dhaka on Tuesday.
“The candidates need to have an excellent command in English since most of the clients of Kazi IT are in the US. In addition, they need to have good negotiation and presentation skills,” said Kazi IT founder and CEO Mike Kazi.
LICT Project Director Md Rezaul Karim said: “Following Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's vision of Digital Bangladesh, we have been working to train 2,000,000 ICT professionals by 2021. We hope and believe that the boot camp event will play a vital role.”
The boot camp will have some exciting activities, with industry-leading speakers and career consultants such as Future Leaders lead consultant and CEO Quazi M Ahmed, Don Sumdany Facilitation & Consultancy's Chief Inspirational Officer G Sumdany Don, and 10 Minute School founder and CEO Ayman Sadiq in attendance.
State Minister for ICT Division Zunaid Ahmed Palak is expected to be present as the chief guest at the closing session of the event.
In order to participate, an aspirant needs to register first and the free registration link can be found on Kazi IT’s Facebook page.
The registration closes on November 8.