The most innovative participants will get the opportunity to upskill themselves through grooming, boot camps, workshops and other activities
Banglalink has officially started the registration process for the fifth season of Ennovators, a digital ideation competition for innovative youngsters aiming to build successful careers.
Monzula Morshed, chief human resources and administration officer, Banglalink made an announcement on the competition at a virtual press conference on Thursday, said a press release.
Abdul Muqit Ahmed, digital services director, Toffee, QaziUrfi Ahmad, brands and communications director, Banglalink, Ayesha Saeed, head of talent management, Banglalink and other high officials of the organization also participated in the online event.
The most innovative participants will get the opportunity to upskill themselves through grooming, boot camps, workshops and other activities of the program.
The winning team of four members will be announced following a rigorous selection procedure.
The champion team will be able to directly participate in Banglalink's "Assessment Center of the Strategic Assistant Program."
The first and second runner-up team members will also get a direct entry to the program along with attractive prizes.
In addition, all members of the top five teams will be automatically qualified for Banglalink's "Advanced Internship Program (AIP)."
They can also participate in Banglalink's "Learn from the Startups" and "Campus to Corporate," two programs designed to provide them with an exposure to startup and corporate experiences respectively.
Students from any UGC-approved university can join Banglalink Ennovators by getting registered at https://ennovators.banglalink.net.
The registration period will end on October 16.
"We launched Banglalink Ennovators four years ago with the commitment of empowering innovation among the youth of this country. Through this initiative, we encouraged the young change-seekers, to rethink the challenges of modern times and come up with the best digital solutions," said Monzula Morshed, chief human resources and administration officer, Banglalink.
Now, in its fifth year, Banglalink Ennovators continues to provide a unique opportunity for outstanding young minds of the country to demonstrate their abilities and realize their limitless potential, she added.