30 young people from Chapainawabganj are going to Japan to learn the language
Abdullah Al Mamun: 30 young people from Chapainawabganj are going to Japan after learning Japanese language and learning the culture and manners of that country. Already 2 people have left and the remaining 28 people will leave by next November December. These young people have the opportunity to go to Japan officially after completing a 4-month and then a 6-month Japanese language training course. Through a company called IM Japan, they finally got an opportunity to go to Japan for various jobs including IT sector. Chapainawabganj Technical Training Center (TTC) has made them skilled.
On this occasion, they were felicitated on Friday. Dr. Ahmed Monirush Salehin, Secretary of Ministry of Expatriate Welfare and Foreign Employment, was the chief guest at this reception for the trainees to go to Japan organized at TTC Conference Room at 12:30 PM. Deputy Commissioner AKM Galiv Khan presided. Principal of Technical Training Center Md. Moin Uddin delivered the welcome speech. Senior teacher of TTC Md. Saidi Hossain conducted the program.
District Administration Assistant Commissioner (JM Branch, Treasury, Expatriate Welfare Branch) Md. Ruhul Amin Sharif, TTC Chief Instructor Md. Zakir Hossain, Japanese Language Instructor Md. Imran Hossain and other teachers were present in the event.