14 Nov Advanced Training Program on ‘Development of Mobile Apps and Games’
Dream71-Brainstation-Primetech-Inflack Consortium has launched an advanced training program ‘Development of Mobile Apps and Games‘ under the scheme titled Mobile Game and Application Skills Development (First Amendment) under the Department of Information and Communication Technology. On November 04, the five-month course of training program has been started in Dhaka through inauguration.
A total of 60 trainees will be trained at a higher level on Android, iOS and mobile games. The project is expected to make a significant contribution to the development of skilled people in the market ahead of the fourth revolution.
The main guest of the inaugural event was Mohammad Abdul Hai, Deputy Secretary and Project Director of ‘Development of Mobile Games and Application Skills (First Amendment)’. He hoped that under the guidance of the Hon’ble Prime Minister and the direction of Hon’ble Information Technology Advisor Sajeeb Wazed Joy, we will be able to move on the path of digital Bangladesh. He urged the trainees to be properly trained and prepared as skilled human resources for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Rashad Kabir, Managing Director of Dream71 Bangladesh Limited, welcomed the opening remark. He said the gaming sector in Bangladesh could not be developed for a variety of reasons, mainly because of the shortage of skilled human resources. He hopes that the shortage will be met through this training. He added that there is a huge demand for apps and games in the international arena, not just in the country. It’s time to get ready for the market.
Mr. Raisul Kabir, CEO of Brain Station 23 and Mirza Rashedul Amin, CEO of PrimeTech, also spoke more at the event.