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PCIU providing textile engineering degree from Port City Chittagong

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(from left) Prof. Dr. Engr. Mafzal Ahmed, Dean, Faculty of Science & Engineering; M A Islam Riyadh, Editor, Textile Focus

(from left) Prof. Dr. Engr. Mafzal Ahmed, Dean, Faculty of Science & Engineering; M A Islam Riyadh, Editor, Textile Focus

Chittagong is the commercial capital of Bangladesh having so many textile industries. Since the port city textile business is a bit convenient from Chittagong. Port City International University PCIU situated in the heart of Chittagong city Khulshi area. PCIU is providing textile engineering and textile graduates from PCIU are working different factories in Chittagong. Textile department is leaded by Pro. Dr. Engr. Mafzal Ahmed. He is the Dean, Faculty of Science & Engineering also Professor & Chairman, Department of Textile Engineering. He has long experience in textile education with practical working experience in different textile industries. He said, “Since the establishment, Port City International University has been focusing on assisting the students in facing the challenges of the ever advancing world. PCIU is a platform where students can rise to the highest level of their capability. It provides an outstanding and supportive environment for both undergraduate and postgraduate students.” As are a lot of textile industries in Chittagong PCIU student can easily get their personal attachment with the industry to have the best practical knowledge. Also graduates from PCIU can easily get their desired job in any textile factory in Chittagong. Prof. Mafzal mentioned that they try to provide the best quality education so that the graduates from PCIU can compete with this competitive textile job market. Textile Focus Editor M A Islam Riyadh recently visited PCIU and had a discussion with Prof. Mafzal. Textile Focus will provide complementary copies to PCIU library for their students. PCIU is moving forward and fast in the right direction to catch up excellence with the co-operations of our students, guardians, academics, professionals, officials, staffs and well-wishers.

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