Yoda, the first and largest digital marketplace for verified educators in Bangladesh, is going to start its campus activation program at Bangladesh University of Professionals on August 4th and 5th.
Prior to the activation, Yoda and BUP’s Development Leader’s Club signed an agreement to hold the activation from August 4th at 10.00 AM to August 5th till 5.30 PM where BUP students can register themselves as an educator.
During the signing were present Yoda’s Founder & CEO Mohammed Salman & Head of Operations Mohiuddin Kazi Showron and on behalf of the BUP Developments Leaders Club F.H. Yasin Shafi, Moderator, BUP Development Leaders’ Club & Lecturer, Department of Development Studies, Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP) and Md. Mamun-Or-Roshid, Assistant Joint Secretary, BUP Development Leaders’ Club. & Student, Department of Development Studies, BUP.
Under the agreement, Yoda will offer internship and part-time jobs to prospective students. Moreover, students signing up for Yoda can easily verify themselves via the BUP Development Leader’s Club.
If you are a university student in Bangladesh, Business Competitions are not new terms to you. There’s a chance you know about most of them, there’s a higher chance you might have participated in a few of them. Why you should take part in one, is a discussion for another time. But for now, here’s everything you need to know about the most prestigious competitions in Bangladesh and how you need to prepare for them.
1.Battle of Minds by BAT
Battle of Minds, organised by British American Tobacco is one of the most prestigious and most rewarding business competitions in the country. Every year BAT holds Battle of Minds where university students who are in their final years get to participate for the highest glory. You face off the bests of the bests in the field and upon winning, you get a head start towards a rewarding career path.
Rounds: 4 (Online Exam-Focus Group Discussion-Business Pitch-Case Solving)
Team Members: 4
Awards: A Crest and a headstart in the recruitment process.
2. Bizmaestros by Unilever
Similar to BOM, Bizmaestros is arranged every year by another one of the corporate giants, Unilever. It has challenges and rewards similar to BOM and the competitions themselves are often competitors to each other. However, winning Bizmaestros also lands you a trip abroad to Unilever Future Leaders League, where you compete against international teams.
Awards: Certification along with a trip to Unilever Future Leaders League.
3. Telenor Youth Summit
The last one in the trio of Corporate giant competitions is the Telenor Youth Summit. Unlike previous ones, TYS accepts individual submissions. And as you can guess, the challenge is tougher, obviously. Subsequently, the reward is also higher. A trip to Norway sounds magical, doesn’t it?
Brandwitz is one of the most prominent students run business competitions in the country on University level. Organised by IBACC (IBA Communications Club), every year, Brandwitz sees the best minds of the country battling each other for a prize money of BDT 2,50,000. But the money is a minor factor here. You’ll be benefited most from the experience, the certification and the networking that you make.
Creadive is another of the students run business competitions in the country organised by BUP BCC. The competition offers a unique approach to its rounds where it engages participants in direct ATL and BTL campaigns, requiring them to actually take part in fieldwork. The experience is certainly one of a kind.