The continuous service of AIUB to share its expertise and talent to the students in various colleges is part of its development efforts to help build the capacities of the teachers and properly guide the students in their choice of career. Last Wednesday, October 30, 2019 another outreach program was organized in St. Gregory High School and College in Luxmibazar, Dhaka. The enthusiasm of the male students is very apparent as they participated and interacted with the FBA and FASS faculty members composed of Dr. Khondaker Sazzadul Karim, Associate Professor,  Head, Department of Marketing; Mr. Stanley Rodrick, Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing and Mr. Mehedi Kayser Pabitra, Assistant Professor, Department of English as facilitators of the event. To make them more competent in writing a CV, how to plan their future career and a quiz contest were the activities undertaken in about 2 hours. On the other hand, a good number of teachers gathered in another room to attend the Pedagogy Training conducted by Prof. Dr. Charles C. Villanueva, Vice President, Academics and Dean, Faculty of Business Administration assisted by Mr. Anisa Sultana, Assistant Professor, Department of Management and Ms. Shaila Ahmed, Assistant Professor, Department of English. Bro. Toren  Joseph Joseph Palma, CSC Vice Principal of the College  joined the team in awarding of prizes to the winners of the quiz competition and also in the distribution of Certificate of Training to the teachers. He also expressed his appreciation and gratitude for the pedagogy training being the first in their college and in their education. The expression of thanks was joined by a teacher participant who briefly said that the training was very valuable to them as teachers. The closing statements were expressed by Dr. Villanueva on behalf of AIUB for the opportunity afforded to the team. He also underscored the warm reception and hospitality extended by the Principal, Bro. Prodip Placid Gomes, CSC  who was extremely busy to attend to urgent matters of the college. A crest and souvenir items were presented to the management of St. Gregory High School and College as tokens of appreciation.


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