The National Institute of Textile Engineering and Research (NITER) organized an orientation program for the 9th batch student of Textile Engineering; Industrial and Production Engineering (IPE) and Fashion and Apparel Design (FAD) departments of 2018-19 session on 02nd February at NITER Campus.
State Minister for Disaster Management and Relief Dr. Md Enamur Rahman MP of Dhaka-19 constituency, was present as the chief guest where Mr. Mohammad Ali Khokon, President, BTMA & Chairman Governing body, NITER; Brig Gen Muhammad Kamruzzaman PBGMS, NDC, PSC, & Chairman BTMC; Professor Shibli Rubayat Ul Islam, Chairman, Sadharan Bima Corporation & Dean Faculty of Business Studies of Dhaka University; Prof. Dr. Abu Md. Delwar Hossain, Dean Arts Faculty of Dhaka University; Mr. Abdullah Al Mamun, Vice President, BTMA, Professor Dr S M Abdur Rahman, Dean Pharmacy Faculty of Dhaka University were present as special guest. New students were greeted with flowers. All the teachers of NITER meet new enrolled student and exchange greetings with them.
Dr. Enamur Rahman said, “We will prepare an action plan to convert NITER it into University.” Besides, he gave constructive suggestions for the growth of research and lab facilities. He also assured that he would help get the budget from Prime Minister for the development of this institution.
Special guest Professor Shibli Rubayat Ul Islam said to the new students that 82% foreign remittances come from textile industry in Bangladesh that’s why he gave thanks to the newly enrolled undergraduate students for choosing this sector. He also said, “Our government takes a target to achieve 50 billion by exporting our garments & textiles.
All speakers in this program motivate young professionals to develop their required skills that can keep direct impact on existing textile industries and create the opportunity for them to serve the nation.
Principal of NITER Professor Dr. Mohammad Mizanur Rahman presided over the program and gave a welcome speech to students and their families to choose NITER for textile engineering and gave them credit for their right choice.