Institute of Chartered Secretaries of Bangladesh

A Statutory Body under an Act of Parliament

Administrative Ministry: Ministry of Commerce, Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh

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ICSB SIGNED MOU WITH EAST WEST UNIVERSITY

ICSB SIGNED MOU WITH EAST WEST UNIVERSITY

ICSB has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with East West University (EWU) for strategic partnership and collaboration.

Mohammad Asad Ullah, president of ICSB and Professor Dr Muhammad Ziaulhaq Mamun, pro-vice chancellor of EWU signed the MoU at the conference room of EWU campus at Aftabnagar in Dhaka on Monday.

The EWU and ICSB intend to jointly cooperate in collaborative actions in good faith to work on mutual benefit for both organizations in terms of curriculum improvement, the accelerated path for EWU students who want to pursue Chartered Secretary courses offered by ICSB, resource development and sharing, organising workshops, seminars and conferences under certain terms and conditions as agreed upon.

ICSB President Mohammad Asad Ullah thanked EWU for their involvement and expected that both organisations will be benefited and students of EWU can enrich their professional careers by enrolling in chartered secretary courses.

Pro-vice chancellor of EWU Professor Dr Muhammad Ziaulhaq Mamun hoped that this MoU will build a strong bond between ICSB and EWU and will benefit both organisations.

Abul Fazal Mohamed Rubayat, chairman of the Education Committee of ICSB briefed about the institute and thanked EWU for signing MoU with ICSB. He emphasised the importance of such type of initiative which will be helpful in the coming days.

Md Zakir Hossain, secretary and chief executive officer of ICSB also briefed about the benefits of CS courses for both business and non-business students.

Among others, AKM Mushfiqur Rahman, vice president, Md Shamibur Rahman, executive director (F&A) of ICSB, Dr Anup Chowdhury, Professor of EWU, Professor Dr Farhana Ferdousi, chairperson of Department of Business Administration, Dr Nikhil Chandra Shil, professor of EWU were also present during the programme.