RESULT of ADMISSION, SUMMER 2022
Graduate Diploma in Leather and Footwear Management (GDLFM) Program
Candidates bearing the following serial numbers (according to admission form) have qualified for Admission in Batch 6 and Batch 7 of the GDLFM Program.
The qualified candidates are requested to report to Executive Development Center (EDC), Skills for Employment Investment Program (SEIP) office room # 266 for admission during April 10, 2022 (Sunday) to April 13, 2022 (Wednesday) from 11.00 a.m.-3.30 p.m. and April 17, 2022 (Sunday) to April 20, 2022 (Wednesday) from 11.00 a.m.-3.30 p.m. along with documents below:
- Copy of National Identity (NID) Card.
- Recent 3 (three) copies of photograph.
- Experience Certificate (if applicable).
- Letter of No Objection Certificate (if applicable).
- Photocopy of all Academic Certificates and Transcripts/ Marksheets.
- COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate.
- Information for student ID card (attached herewith).
- Information of Bank Account (attached herewith).
Important dates to remember (time will be announced later):
|May 12, 2022||Thursday||Orientation Program (Participation is mandatory)|
|May 13, 2022||Friday||First Day of Classes|
East West University is offering a Graduate Diploma in Leather and Footwear Management sponsored by the Ministry of Finance, Government of Bangladesh for the fresh graduates and the existing executives working in the leather and footwear sector with a view to addressing the efficiency and skill gaps prevailing in the leather and footwear sector in Bangladesh.
- No course fee is required
- Per diems will be provided
- Duration of the program is 9 months
- Classes will be held on Friday, Saturday (evening) and Tuesday (evening) each week
- Internship allowance will be provided to each trainee for 3 months
- An applicant must have at least a Bachelor Degree in any discipline from a UGC approved university or an institution
- He or she must also obtain minimum 5 points in combination based on previous examination results. The calculation of the points is as follows:
|2nd /3.0≤GPA<4.0||2||2nd /3.0≤GPA<4.0||2||2nd /3.0>CGPA≥2.5||2|
|3rd /2.0≤GPA<3.0||1||3rd /2.0≤GPA<3.0||1||3rd /2.5>CGPA≥2.0||1|
- Maximum age limit is 35 years for fresh graduates and 45 years for leather industry executives
- Anyone ever receives training from SEIP for two weeks or above is not entitled to enroll/apply for this course until completion of one year after the training.
- Having IT knowledge is encouraged to apply.
- Please collect and drop the admission form through email at the following address:
Interested applicants can also visit the EDC-SEIP office, room # 269, East West University, Plot No. A/2, Jahurul Islam City, Aftabnagar, Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh (from 10.30 AM– 4.30 PM)
- Only short-listed applicants will be called for the next selection process.
- Females and Ethnic groups are encouraged to apply.
Last Date of Application: 20 March 2022
Asian Development Bank (ADB) organized an internal webinar to enhance the industry-academia collaboration to accelerate the organizational productivity, pragmatism of course curriculum, and the efficacy of overall training outcome.
The webinar was held on February 9, 2022, titled “Establishing University-Industry Linkages for Managerial Workforce Development: Sharing Experiences from Bangladesh Skills for Employment Investment Program (SEIP).” The seasoned industry experts, practitioners, and ADB officials were present. Professor Dr. Tanbir Ahmed Chowdhury, Director, Executive Development Center (EDC), East West University (EWU), presented the overall progress and achievements of the SEIP program and shared the experiences and knowledge with distinguished resource persons. He also provided deep insights into the 9-month Graduate Diploma in Leather and Footwear Management (GDLFM) program and identified various challenges to implement the target of the Graduate Diploma program. He also mentioned possible paths to mitigate the obstacle for implementing industry-oriented and practical skill and training programs in the Leather and Footwear sector in developing countries, like Bangladesh.