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BGMEA Institute of Fashion and Technology (BIFT) will provide three months long training to the 600 unemployed youths and girls to create job opportunities in the garment industrial units of the country.
The jobless-300 youths and 300 girls-will get opportunity at a time under 'Tungipara and Kutalipara projects' of human resources development of BGMEA, a release said here on Thursday.
To this effect, a memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed here yesterday between President of Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) Abdus Salam Murshedy and President of BIFT Muzaffar Uddin Siddique and Director General of Medium and Higher Secondary Education Department Prof. Mohammad Noman Ur Rasheed.
Home Minister Advocate Sahara Khatun was present on the occasion as chief guest.
In her short speech, she thanked the BGMEA for the human resources development project of the organization.
The Home minister assured the BGMEA of providing all necessary help and cooperation for taking such type of initiative.
She also said her ministry is working to form an 'Industrial Police Force.'
Salam Murshidi expressed the hope that the BGMEA will take such project In cooperation from the government for development of human resources across the country in the future.