Ms. Booshra Ahmed, Senior Vice President, Bank of America and Faculty, MBA & Data Science Program, University of North Carolina Charlotte speaking at the panel discussion on on ‘ACPP - Applied Career Placement Program’ for graduating students of Bangladesh organized by Human Resource Development Institute (HRDI) of Daffodil International University.

Human Resource Development Institute (HRDI) of Daffodil International University organized a panel discussion on ‘ACPP - Applied Career Placement Program’ for graduating students of Bangladesh at 71 Milonayouton of the university today on December 17, 20-19. . Ms. Booshra Ahmed, Senior Vice President, Bank of America and Faculty, MBA & Data Science Program, University of North Carolina Charlotte  presented her developed program model ‘ACCP’. Presided over by Mr. Ejajur Rahman Sajal, Deputy Director, HRDI, Daffodil International University, the panel discussants were Mr. Md. Anowar Habib Kazal, Senior Assistant Director (PR), Mr. Shamsuddoha, Assistant Director of Career Development Center of Daffodil International University Mr. Nizamul Haque, Sr. Staff Reporter, The Daily Itteefaq, Mr. Shariful Haque Sumon, Sr. Staff Reporter. The Daily Kaler Kantha. Mr. Mr. Rashed Ahmed, Staff Correspondent, The New Age,Mr. Saif Sujon, Senior Staff Reporter, The daily Bonok Barta, Mr. Khalilur Rahman, Editor, Education Watch, Mr. Rashed Al Ruhani, Senior Staff Reporter, The Daily Desh Rupantor,  Mr. Asif Hasan Sami, Acting Editor, bdsangbad.com and other distinguished journalists,
Ms. Booshra Ahmed presented a power point presentation on Applied Career Placement Program at the beginning of the discussion. In her presentation she pointed out that the unemployment rate is rapidly increasing in Bangladesh. Graduating young people cries that there is no job for them. But on the other hand the employer saying that they don’t don’t get skilled employees as they need. She pointed out that there is a gap between universities course curriculum and industries requirement. She wished that this model would help to fulfill the gap between academia and industry and it’s a win- in situation for student, university and industry and she believes that ACPP will help Bangladeshi graduate’s job placement.
Ms. Booshra Ahmed also said that student will get opportunity to doing part time job in an industry under this program. The duration of this program will be 17 month. Student can gather experience before completing graduation in this regards. So that they can apply all kind of job after completing graduation as an experienced candidate. To introduce this ACPP program, university and industry have to be work jointly. She added.
After giving presentation she answered many questions from journalists. Journalists also shared and gave their valuable opinion and feedback on ACPP.
It may be mentioned that Ms. Booshra Ahmed is currently working in Bank of America as Senior Vice President, besides she is also a Faculty of MBA & Data Science Program, University of North Carolina Charlotte. She is an Executive Coach, Applied Technology Program run by Bank of America and UNCC. She completed her Executive MBA from Harvard Business School. She eagerly want to run ACPP program in Bangladeshi universities.