CodersTrust Bangladesh opens new campus

Grand Opening of Mouchak Campus of CodersTrust Bangladesh. Photo: Prothom Alo
Grand Opening of Mouchak Campus of CodersTrust Bangladesh. Photo: Prothom Alo

International skill development training centre, CodersTrust Bangladesh, inaugurated their fifth campus at Mouchak in the capital on Friday.

The organisation arranged a special event on this occasion. Former principal secretary of Bangladesh government Md Abdul Karim attended the event as the chief guest. Among others, there former education secretary Nazrul Islam Khan, co-founder of the organisation Aziz Ahmad and the country director of the organisation Ataul Gani Osmani were also present.
CodersTrust is operating in various countries including Bangladesh, Denmark, Kenya, Kosovo across the globe to provide different training facilities to learners. Their theme “Earn skills, shape yourself as an entrepreneur”.
Aziz Ahmad expressed his firm determination to lead the new generation towards success through quality training. He emphasised enhancing skills of the youth of Bangladesh in information and communication technology.
Chief guest Abdul Karim stated, “CodersTrust will convert the educated youth of Bangladesh into an efficient and productive workforce which will have an impactful contribution on the socio-economic development of Bangladesh”. He also mentioned that in Bangladesh, there is no alternative to skill development through quality technical trainings for utilising available opportunities.
Former secretary Md Nazrul Islam Khan said, “Freelancing is a very popular medium as an alternative income source now. It is possible to earn by working at home along with studies or even after retirement just by using technology.”
He also hoped that CodersTrust Bangladesh will expand its’ training fields to the grassroots soon.
The guests visited the classrooms and labs after the event.