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Newsletter_Nov_2015 v1

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Newsletter_Nov_2015 v1

  1. 1. BDSKILLS BDSKILLS Nov 2015 From The Project Management Specialist (PMS)-LICT “I was curious to know about students’ perception about the ongoing training program. So planned a visit with Anurag and Kamal from EY. Facing the students, I asked a simple and straight question: How many of you will recommend this training program being conducted by EY to your juniors? To my delight, all 35 students raised their hands instantly.” Top UP IT Training Program ( Technical Track : Big Data), Final Year Students – Department of Mathematics , Dhaka University Oct 14, 2015 From The Head of Strategy Augmedix Bangladesh Augmedix Inc. has a demand to recruit 7000+ medical assistant or scribes for its Bangladesh operation with very specific and stringent requirements. We approached LICT and EY and they have gone beyond their remit to ensure that we are able to meet our needs, including working with us in customising curriculum and ensuring the intake is as good as any other country that we are present. Mr. Sarkar Abul Kalam Azad Project Management Specialist (PMS) LICT, Bangladesh Computer Council Mr. Ahmadul Hoq Head of Strategy |Augmedix Bangladesh Review Meeting with BCC at EY Bangladesh office at Pink City in Gulshan2, Dhaka. ITES foundation skills An Online feedback was taken from 9th October to 12th October. The Survey targeted students undergoing the training and have completed at least 40 hrs of training. Sample size : 714 0.00 20.00 40.00 60.00 80.00 100.00 Highly relevant Somewhat relevant I do not have an opinion Not relevant Highly relevant Somewhat relevant I do not have an opinion Not relevant % of Students 82.63 16.25 0.98 0.14 Rate the modules covered in terms of relevance to the Industry requirement TOP UP IT Skills An Online feedback was taken from 9th October to 12th October. The Survey targeted students undergoing the training and have completed at least 40 hrs of training. Sample size : 371 0.00 20.00 40.00 60.00 80.00 Highly relevant Somewhat relevant I do not have an opinion Not relevant Highly relevant Somewhat relevant I do not have an opinion Not relevant % of students 64.04 28.71 5.05 2.21 Rate the modules covered in terms of relevance to the Industry requirement Sharing Facts Nearly 3500 students of final year and Masters from top universities and colleges are currently engaged in pilot programs of Top Up IT and ITES Foundation Skills. Initiated by BCC (ICT Division, The Government of Bangladesh) and implemented by Ernst & Young, the Top Up IT project intends to skill 10,000 CS, Engineering and Science graduates while the FS projects is designed to skill 20,000 graduates from other streams. Due to enthusiasm of academia and other stakeholders, the pilot is on way to crossing the targeted numbers. There is continuous flow of communication and positive feedback about the program from the students, the industry as well as the key Government stakeholders which is being brought to you through this monthly newsletter.
  2. 2. Page 2 0.00 20.00 40.00 60.00 80.00 Excellent Very Good Good Average Poor % of Students 62.75 23.25 11.62 2.38 0.00 Overall feedback of the TrainerOverall feedback of the trainer 0.00 10.00 20.00 30.00 40.00 50.00 Excellent Very Good Good Average Poor % of students 43.85 34.38 18.30 1.58 1.89 Overall feedback of the Trainer 0.00 20.00 40.00 60.00 80.00 100.00 Yes Can be improved No Yes Can be improved No % of students 94.01 4.42 1.58 Was the Trainer well versed with the subject? 0.00 10.00 20.00 30.00 40.00 50.00 60.00 Highly recommended Recommended Not recommended Highly recommended Recommended Not recommended % of Students 48.88 49.86 1.26 Would you recommend the training to your friends? 0.00 10.00 20.00 30.00 40.00 50.00 60.00 Highly effective Effective Not effective Highly effective Effective Not effective % of Students 56.58 42.58 0.84 How effectively did the trainer deliver the modules? 0.00 20.00 40.00 60.00 80.00 Highly effective Effective Not effective Highly effective Effective Not effective % of students 37.85 59.62 2.52 How effectively did the trainer deliver the modules? Sharing Facts 0.00 20.00 40.00 60.00 80.00 100.00 120.00 Yes Can be improved No Yes Can be improved No % of Students 96.08 3.64 0.28 Was the Trainer well versed with the subject? Impact ► An overwhelming 97% of students have given a positive feedback about the trainers ► 99% of the students would recommend the training program to their friends Impact ► An overwhelming 96% of students have given a positive feedback about the trainers ► 97% of the students would recommend the training program to their friends 0.00 10.00 20.00 30.00 40.00 50.00 60.00 Highly recommended Recommended Not recommended Highly recommended Recommended Not recommended % of students 46.69 50.16 3.15 Would you recommend the training to your friends?
  3. 3. Page 3 BD Skills ULAB - Oct 7, 2015 MOUs with Universities MOUs with Industries Millennium Information Solutions Ltd Please see : http://www.thefinancialexpress-bd.com/2015/10/17/112190 ULAB - Oct 7, 2015 IUB – Oct 7, 2015 MOU for Foundation Skills Training Program – NSU-Health Science, Augmedix BD, EY and LICT (BCC) Aplos Global Limited Atom AP Limited Opus Technology Limited
  4. 4. Page 4 The Trainers Appreciation and Felicitation There is continuous stream of appreciation and gratitude by students in emails to the trainers and Facebook Pages & Groups. “The sessions are colourful and many times I thought to transform myself as the student of this training. The attendees are in love with Mr Daniel (Trainer). Thanks for your strong drives and all initiatives.” Prof. Akhter, Head, CSE, DIU “Participants are highly satisfied especially they enjoyed how to face interview board and how to provide presentation before audience. They also learned and enjoyed how to work with team and how to manage a team. Students also highly appreciated you for taking special care of the program.” Dr. M Helal Uddin Ahmed, Director, MBA Program, Dhaka University “This is a unique opportunity for the selected NSU students which is going to be very useful to start their career. EY is amongst the most reputed organizations and we are very glad to be working with them on this” Mr Sirajul Islam, Dean, Engineering studies, NSU From The Editor’s Desk Nearly 3500 students are in process of getting the benefit of quality training from well experienced trainers. Students are well connected to the trainers and coordinators through online monitoring and feedback system. There is a growing focus on establishing strong relationships with the industries for the placement. From this month, we are going to spread our wings and reach out to train the talent outside Dhaka as well. Finally, we have received very encouraging response to our Eid Special issue (Oct, 2015).We shall continue to look forward to your enthusiastic participation in this project of national importance. "We are delighted to be a part of this timely initiative taken by our government and EY to accelerate the growth of the IT industry. I highly appreciate the initiatives taken by EY to integrate the industry stake holders from the very start to ensure young talents coming out of their training programs can meet the industry need across the board. These initiatives will surely lay the foundation for the next big leap for our IT industry in coming years. ‘' Best regards Imtiaz Managing Director, Graphic People Limited “It is our great pleasure to get the opportunity to work jointly with Ernst &Young, Bangladesh one of The Big Four and we are hoping to recruit their trained skilled resources from this Leveraging ICT project of the Governments of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh in association with Ernst & Young (EY), Bangladesh.” Lets us hope for the best. Best regards Kazi Ashiqur Rahman Director, Education Department IBCS-PRIMAX Software (Bangladesh) Ltd. What Industry is Saying What faculty is Saying We welcome your feedbacks and suggestions. Ranjan.Shukla@in.ey.com +8801706465644 https://www.facebook.com/lictbd/ www.bdskills.com News/Newsletter

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