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Webinar on Competent Business Graduates for Industries

BIZ TALK ON, Competent Business Graduates for Industries where the Guest Speaker is Mr. Syed Alamgir, Group MD & CEO, Akij Venture, Mr. Anwar Faruq Talukder, Chief SME Business Officer, DBBL and Professor Mohammed Masum Iqbal, PhD , Dean, Faculty of Business & Entrepreneurship, Daffodil International University and Mr. Asif Iqbal, Senior Lecturer, Department of Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Daffodil International University. 

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