EEC-JU has been organised the biggest online training for future entrepreneurs of JU

  • 25 June
  • 01:31 PM

Farid Ahammad Joy, JU Correspondent 25 June, 20

E-Business and Entrepreneurship Club-Jahangirnagar University has always been pushing the limits of creativity and collective growth with the motto "Making Ideas Happen." As of the vision of creating motley entrepreneurs, it has been organizing the class-leading incubation program "Road to Entrepreneurship." Like previous years, Road to entrepreneurship 3.0 was a successful venture providing training for more than 280 trainees among the 1st and 2nd year students of Jahangirnagar University, starting from May 7 to June 21 of the year 2020. These three long weeks of continuous sessions, tests, and workshops have cultivated the dormant creative talents of the newbies.

EEC-JU always visualizes a friendly and interactive environment of mutual learning to build up an entrepreneurial mindset among young students. To extend this loop, each year, EEC-JU organizes this training session successfully and comes up with some of the brightest minds with the utmost enthusiasm for innovation and creativity. Tayeba Bashar, the Research and Development Secretary, was the Convener and Muammar Shahrear, HR secretary, was the Co-Convener of the program. In technical and promotional support there were the IT secretary, H.M Jul Ikram and the Promotion Secretary, Afsana Akter. The Vice President of EEC-JU, Tiluttoma Khan Rajib supervised this training session.

The whole training program was bestowed with the grace of some of the most intellectual and influential instructors; S. M. Musfiqul Islam (Founder & Former-President of EEC-JU), Rahman Masuk Orpon (Co-founder & CEO of Choukos), MD Imdadul Islam (Co-founder of Rich Insight Global) has been the adjunct mentor of this online training and students are being able to obtain entrepreneurial insights from them.

The grand finale event held on June 21st, chairing the advisor of EEC-JU and the professor of the department of Government and Politics, Professor Bashir Ahmed and Director of the Institute of Information and Technology, Professor Dr. M Mesbahuddin Sarker. The presence of the highly talented instructors, SM Mushfiqul Islam Pranto, Former President of EEC-JU and Co-Founder of Choukos; Co-founder of Choukos, Rahman Masuk Orpon graced the event. The training advisor and the vice president of EEC-JU Tiluttoma Khan Rajib were also there to congratulate the graduates. After three weekly tests, one final assessment, and four professional workshops, 50 trainees got a Certificate of Completion. The Best trainee of the season was awarded to S.M Abu Kavi Sadat, a first-year student from the Department of Law and Justice. The best in-house trainee was awarded to Soham Sarker, a second-year student from the department of statistics and Mehnaz Oyshe, a second-year student from the department of finance and banking. Road to Entrepreneurship 3.0, a successful event that accumulated first and second-year enthusiastic entrepreneurial-minded students from different backgrounds.
This incubation program wrapped up on 21st June with a Grand Finale event. EEC-JU is profoundly delighted to be able to cater to a professional incubation program to the fresher’s.


Recently, EEC-JU has administered an online training session titled 'Road to Entrepreneurship 3.0’, which regulates the driver seat of the future economy and generates future entrepreneurs. This online session continued for three consecutive weeks. Commencing from May 7, more than 280 trainees registered themselves to participate in this program among 1st & 2nd year students of Jahangirnagar University. During this predatory pandemic, EEC-JU has administered this remarkable event completely free of cost.

For witnessing the growth of the Bangladesh economy, to ensure a satisfactory lifestyle and for overall development, EEC-JU always visualizes a friendly and interactive environment of mutual learning to build up an entrepreneurial mindset among young students. To extend this loop, each year, EEC-JU organizes this training session successfully and comes up with some of the brightest minds with the utmost enthusiasm for innovation and creativity. In 'Road to Entrepreneurship 3.0', Tiluttoma Khan Rajib supervised the entire training program who is currently serving as the Vice President of EEC-JU. Tayeba Bashar (Research and Development Secretary) was the Convenor, and Muhammar Shahrear (Human Resource Secretary) was the Co-convenor of this program. Additionally, S. M. Jul Ikram Nibir (IT Secretary) and Afsana Akter (Promotional Secretary) was handling the entire technical and communication part. Moreover, some extra-ordinary members, such as Nadia Sultana, Soham Sarker, Sharaf Anjum Mishi, Mazharul Hassan Siyam, Faria Haider, Tamim Islam and Mehedi Hasan Tusar were being a core part of the organizing committee.

The whole training program was bestowed with the grace of some of the most intellectual and influential instructors; H. M. Musfiqul Islam (Founder & Former-President of EEC-JU), Rahman Masuk Orpon (Co-founder & CEO of Choukos), MD Imdadul Islam (Co-founder of Rich Insight Global) has been the adjunct mentor of this online training and students are being able to obtain entrepreneurial insights from them.

The grand finale event held on the Zoom cloud meeting platform chairing the advisor of EEC-JU and the professor of the department of Government and Politics, Professor Bashir Ahmed and Director of the Institute of Information and Technology, Professor Dr. M Mesbahuddin Sarker. The presence of the highly talented trainers, SM mushfiqul Islam Pranto, Former President of EEC-JU and Co-founder of Choukos; Co-founder of Choukos, Rahman Mashuk orpon graced the event. The training advisor and the vice president of EEC-JU Tiluttoma Khan Rajib were also there to congratulate the graduates. After three weekly tests, one final assessment, and four professional workshops, 50 trainees got a Certificate of Completion. The Best trainee of the season was awarded to S.M Abu Kavi Sadat, a first-year student from the Department of Law and Justice. The best in-house trainee was awarded to Soham Sarker, a second-year student from the Department of Statistics and Mehnaz Oyshe, a second-year student from the Department of Finance and Banking. Road to Entrepreneurship 3.0, a successful event that accumulated first and second-year enthusiastic entrepreneurial-minded students from different backgrounds.