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AOPTB holds webinar “Contribution of Fine Arts Students in Textile Sector”

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Desk Report: Desk Report: AOPTB (All Over Printing Technologists of Bangladesh) arranged a webinar –“Contribution of Fine Arts Students in Textile Sector” held on 21 January 2022 which was live telecast by AOPTB.printing

Abdullah Al Mamun, Director, Abed Textile and Vice President ,BTMA; Dr.Nazlur Rashid, Professor and Chairman, Dept of Fine Arts, Jagannath University; Dr.Rashed Sukon Associate professor, head of dept,fine and arts Jatiya Kabi Nazrul Islam University; Dolly Thay,Managing Director Cloth R US Ltd;   Engr.Ashraful Alam,,Director Printing, Mosarrof Group ;Engr,Shaymol Chandra Saha,Adviser,AOPTB; Farhan Tabassum,Chairperson,Dept of Fine Arts, Jahangirnagar University; Engr.Md.Amirul Islam,Managing Director,Texsas Engineering Co Ltd; AL Monjur Elahi, Associate professor, dept,fine and arts Jatiya Kabi Nazrul Islam University; Kazi Md Mahaseen, Asst,Prof, Dept of Fine Arts, Jahangirnagar University ; Md Sala Uddin,,Chairman ASK Apparel & Textile Sourcing & Director Reaz Garments Ltd, Head of Operation, Bunon,Zihan Karim,Asst.Prof. Institute of Fine Arts, University of Chittagong were spoke at the webinar.  aoptem

Engr.S.M.Abdur Rahman, President AOPTB, Presided Over the Seminar and moderated by Shawkat Hossain Sohel;,General Secretary AOPTB, Manager,(CAD), Unifill Composite Dyeing Mills Ltd More than 30 Printing technologists from renewed printing factories, teachers , students of fine arts dept, AOPTB board members were participated the online webinar. Textile Focus was the media partner at this webinar.

In this seminar speaker’s say’s, Printing is a art and most of the brands are focusing on sustainable products with digital.  There are huge opportunities for Fine Arts Students for working for Textile sector specially design and development. So, need a collaboration between industry and academia for reducing gap. Industry is growing with technology and productivity. So Fine Arts is a value addition to the textile industry of Bangladesh.

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