Telecom operator Banglalink has completed the first season of "Digirevolution," a virtual skill development programme for students, through a closing ceremony.
Erik Aas, chief executive officer, and Monzula Morshed, chief human resources and administration officer, of Banglalink, and all the programme participants were present at the event in the capital.
Students from more than 35 universities from all over the country were shortlisted for the virtual programme.
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They were upskilled on various contemporary telecom, digital, and business topics in business intelligence and analytics, digital marketing, UI and UX, content marketing, design thinking, and agile project management.
Following each session, the participants went through an evaluation process.
Monzula Morshed said: "Digirevolution helped the participants learn professional digital skills much needed in the workplaces of today."
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"We believe that empowering local talents with contemporary learning experiences will result in a well-equipped workforce in our telecom and IT industries."