Some 4,000 fast track future IT leaders (FTFLs) will get job in Information Technology (IT) and IT Enabled Service (ITES) companies soon as a government project has agreed to provide support to the companies for building up the FTFLs with training as per their skills demand.
The project titled ‘Leveraging ICT for Growth, Employment and Governance project’ (LICT) of
They said the initiative is part of the government’s plan to create 34,000 direct and 120,000 indirect jobs in the IT and ITES companies under
Sources familiar with the
“In line with the government’s plan to build Digital Bangladesh, the ICT ministry has launched
He said the
Unveiling the plan to build FTFLs, Project Director of LICT M
The companies will train them according to their needs and after completion of six-month training the trainees will be absorbed by the companies as FTFLs, he said.
Karim said the FTFLs would be brought under international certification by holding examination and their activities will be monitored online by the
He also said initially the programme will be launched for building 900 educated youths as FTFLs and befitting to the skills demand of IT and ITES companies by December this year.
Out of 900 initial FTFLs 300 will be selected for software development, 300 for BPO and 300 for IT/ITES related management, he said adding that leading IT experts of IT and ITES companies will conduct the six-month training.
Karim said the
“We expect to complete the recruiting process of 900 FTFILs and their training programmes within six months,” he said added.
The candidates who will be selected for job in three categories should have graduation degree in science (at least SSC or HSC Science ) background and for
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