From the beginning of April, registration is open and interested students can now register to take part in “Seeds for the Future 2022, Bangladesh” free of charge by contacting their university departments, said a press release.
To initiate “Seeds for the Future 2022, Bangladesh,” roadshows are being arranged at the participatory universities this month.
Recently, two roadshows have been organized at the University of Dhaka (DU) and the Islamic University of Technology (IUT) respectively.
Dr. Anis Ahmed, Professor and Chairman, Department of EEE, University of Dhaka; Prof. Dr. Mohammad Rafiqul Islam, Vice-Chancellor of IUT; and Jason Lizongsheng, Board Member of Huawei Bangladesh, were present at the event, along with other DU and IUT faculty members and Huawei Technologies (Bangladesh) Limited officials.
Dr. Anis Ahmed, Ph.D., Chairman and Professor, EEE Department, University of Dhaka, spoke at the occasion and stressed the learning possibilities offered by the “Seeds for the Future” initiative to University of Dhaka students.
It is noteworthy that “Seeds for the Future” is Huawei’s flagship CSR program dedicated to top STEM and non-STEM students worldwide and is meant to inspire ICT talent.
First launched in Bangladesh in 2014, this program has been nurturing ICT talents since its inception and is quite popular among academics as well as students.
This year, Huawei will be organizing the event for the eighth time.
at the event at IUT, Vice-Chancellor of IUT, Prof. Dr. Mohammad Rafiqul Islam, said: “Huawei’s Seeds For The Future has been a fantastic and impactful program. IUT took part in this program for the third time last year, and I saw my students enthusiastically involved in this competition that focused on developing youth talent by enriching their knowledge, innovative minds, and leadership skills. I advise my students to take part in this program this year and ahead.”
Jason Lizongsheng, board member of Huawei Bangladesh (Technologies) Limited, said: “Huawei believes in empowering and facilitating the youth. That’s why we have different programs meant to help the youth gather knowledge and develop ICT-related skills. ‘Seeds for the Future’ is one such program. I believe a great number of students will enroll in this program this year since this year’s edition will be equally exciting and enlightening for the participants.”