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Banglalink launches “Womentor” for female engineering students

One of the leading digital communications service providers Banglalink has launched Womentor, a program designed to provide skills development facilities and firsthand corporate experiences to female engineering students. It's a six month long program in which selected candidates will be mentored by experienced female professionals of Banglalink. Female

Prospects and Possibilities of HRIS in Bangladesh

Saima Jahan For the result of an increased emphasis on a knowledge-based economy, many organizations keep realizing that their people and information resources are critical to survive and succeed. Human Resource or manpower development is thus vital and many organizations are utilizing information technology in Human Resource Management (HRM) also known as ‘Human Resource Information Systems

Five business ideas for women entrepreneurs

Women entrepreneurs often struggle to get right business idea and particularly those women who are the new ones can make ideas but unfortunately becomes blotted. To be a successful entrepreneur, the right path is finding perfect business idea or if anyone wants to be self-employed but unsure what type of

Covid-19: Patients are unwilling to go out and seek healthcare

Dr. Atia Sharmin Bonna ((MBBS,MPH) Just back in few months, going to a doctor was not so hard. Anxiety keeps adults and children alike out of the medical sector, leading doctors to worry that people are not taking care of their non-coronavirus diseases and prompts paediatricians to express concern about

Digital investing platform for women, Ellevest, expands into banking

Sarah Perez Ellevest, a company whose focus has been on closing the gender investing gap by way of a financial planning service aimed at women, is today expanding into banking. The company this morning announced a new membership plan which encompasses one-on-one financial and career coaching, member-only workshops and guides, personalized investing plans,


Ankiti Bose, a 27 year old woman has become the first Indian woman to be the CEO of a startup company, an e-commerce fashion website, Zilingo, is valued at $970 million nearly reaching Unicorn status. Zilingo is South East Asia's largest fashion & lifestyle marketplace that provides buyers with unprecedented