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Enterprise 360 signs MOU with India based global education engineering firm ignited brains

Update : 25 Apr 2022, 13:39

Enterprise 360 has signed a memorandum of understanding with India Based Global Education Engineering Firm Ignited Brains in order to achieve the objective and the goal to foster collaboration, co-operation, provide opportunity for skilled based trainings, vetting of job-oriented courses, their certification, international admissions in the field of higher education and to facilitate advancement of knowledge on the basis of reciprocity, best effort and mutual benefit. Recently, the MoU was signed in a virtual meeting of both of the companies.

Ignited Brains is not for profit trust established to help students from all strata of society to get high quality education through collaborating & organizing several programs and initiates for promoting the education at international level. For making the individual employable, Ignited Brains have launched skill building and industry integrated weekend workshops and courses.

Henceforth, Enterprise 360 Limited, the Bangladeshi management consulting firm, will play the role of local partner of Ignited Brains in Bangladesh and will introduce their global standard short term training programmes and diploma programmes for Bangladeshi students and professionals so that they can make themselves capable to work in the global environment.

Prof. Mahesh Gandhi, the President and Managing Director of Ignited Brains and Mohammad Aman Ullah Aman, the Chairman and CEO of Enterprise 360 Limited have signed on the paper where the other directors of Enterprise 360 Limited were present in the virtual signing ceremony.

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