The Department of Operations Management organized a seminar on “AIUB-ISCEA-CSCA&CSCM-RECOGNITION PROGRAM” in the AIUB auditorium on October 26, 2015. During this program, AIUB-FBA and ISCEA-Bangladesh recognized the achievements of 16 Internationally Certified Graduates, Students and Faculty who are professionally known as Cerified Supply Chain Analyst (CSCA) and Certified Supply Chain Manager (CSCM). Professor Dr. Charles C. Villanueva, Pro Vice Chancellor & Dean, Dr.Nisar Ahmed, Director,MBA Program,Faculty of Business Administration, AIUB and Mr. Ejazur Rahman, Regional Chief Executive Officer - International Supply Chain Educational Alliance (ISCEA-Asia) honored the AIUB-ISCEA CSCA’s & CSCM’s with the Certifictes of Recognition for their triumph and ledearship roles.
Among the CSCA’s and CSCM’s were students, interns, recent graduates and faculty member, who are currently playing vital roles in many organizations, such as, JMI Group, Samsung, Huawei Technologies, Berger Paint, Walton, Multi Trade, Bata, Rana Group, Coca Cola, Austin BD, Walton, as well as AIUB. They provided the flagship for encouragement to others to take upon the roles of leadership through supply chain management studies, practice and certification. All the certified professionals went through arround 6 weeks of rigorous trainings, workshops, mock tests, conducted by 5-7 industry experts, before passing an online exam, conducted from USA.
Among the participants were AIUB MBA and BBA students, faculty memebrs, officals, ISCEA Bangladesh CEO, coach and representatives. The particiants in the auditorium were moved by words of wisdom by both Dr. Charles and the motivational speech by Mr. Ejazur Rahman. Dr. Charles presented the guest speaker, Mr. Ejazur Rahman with Certificate of Appriciation and AIUB souvenirs. Dr. Nisar Ahmed, Director of MBA Program & Head, Department of Operations Management closed the certificate giving session with a vote of thanks to everyone present. The program was followed by photo ssessions. The event hosted by Mr. Ashfaque A. Mohib, Assistant Professors, Department of Operations Management.