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Aptech joins hands with ADN Eduservices Limited, in Bangladesh for a skills revolution

Aptech joins hands with ADN Eduservices Limited, in Bangladesh for a skills revolution

The premier IT training and education service provider Aptech Ltd. has partnered with ADN Eduservices Limited, a sister concern of ADN Group. A grand inaugural event was conducted to introduce Aptech’s four power brands in Bangladesh – Aptech Computer Education, Arena Multimedia, Aptech Hardware & Networking Academy, and Aptech English Learning Academy. The event was held on February 12, 2018, at KIB Auditorium, Krishibid Institution Bangladesh, Farmgate, Dhaka. Kazi Keramat Ali, MP, Honorable State Minister, Ministry of Education, presided as the chief guest of the event.


This joint initiative will offer advanced training and learning in Bangladesh. It aims to turn aspirants into skilled professionals. With an experience of over three decades in training, a footprint that spans over five continents, and a legacy of training millions across the world, Aptech has opened up a world of opportunities for those who aspire to get the skills required to be successful professionals. With this new partnership, it has introduced numerous opportunities for the youth of the Bangladesh.


Addressing the audience of the event, Kazi Keramat Ali said, “Bangladesh is a land of opportunities and we are transforming into the digital economy. To reap the benefits of digitalization we need educated and trained resources – a goal towards which the Bangladesh government is working with great commitment and dedication. The government has set up several programs to skill and train people according to their capability of learning and choice of career. I am happy to know the joint initiative of ADN Eduservice and Aptech, and expect that this initiative will further enhance our skill development programs across the county. It will be an opportunity for our local workforce to attain skill of global standards through this venture.”


Tapan Kanti Sarkar, Managing Director, ADN EduServices Ltd. and Anil Pant, MD & CEO, Aptech Ltd. addressed the audience and expressed their appreciation for the joint venture. They both spoke how important it is for Bangladesh to have access to quality education, state-of-the-art teaching facilities, and cutting-edge technologies.


“Our aim is to not only help the youth of Bangladesh become job-ready professionals but to put Bangladesh on the global map as a country full of talented, skilled individuals. Bangladesh has huge potential. We are here to help unleash it.” – said Anil Pant, MD & CEO, Aptech Ltd.


Other special guests at the inaugural event included Shyam Sunder Sikder (Secretary, Posts and Telecommunications Division), Md. Nasir Uddin Ahmed (Secretary In-Charge, Ministry of Information), Kabir Bin Anwar (Project Director of a2i Programme), Hosne Ara Begum NDC (Managing Director; Secretary, Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park Authority) Susanta Kumar Saha (Additional Secretary – Admin & Coordination, Finance Division, Ministry of Finance) Md Harunur Rashid (Technology Management Specialist & Sr. Consultant, Innovation Design, Entrepreneurship Academy – iDEA), Ashoke Kumar Biswas (Director General, Directorate of Technical Education) Prof. Dr. Nasreen Ahmad (Pro-Vice Chancellor – Academic, University of Dhaka).


To propel the growth of the partnership across Bangladesh, a BTL activation program spanning two days was held in 22 universities across the country. During these two days, almost 5000 interested students registered for the event.