University Review Series Part V: Cracking US Business Schools – Dhaka Tribune

The stardom of American Business Schools fascinate the dreams of professionals around the world, potential or alumni. To follow suite, Bangladesh is close behind, with the local corporate culture frequently conversing about Hollywood productions about Wall Street, as well as top Business schools of the US. In this section of the University Review Series, CES […]

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University Review Series Part IV: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) – Dhaka Tribune

In the Fourth segment of University Review Series, CES Director Mr. Sajid Amit outlines the beats of another respected university of the world. The London School of Economimcs (LSE) is the UK’s powerhouse of Social Sciences, under the University of London. Much the “thing” worldwide as well, it has produced 25% of all the Nobel […]

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University Review Series Part III: SOAS

The third sequel of the review University Review Series brings forth the well-known, rich in history and culture, a section of the University of London – School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS). The historical context lights up with the founding principles of this institution – experimenting and advancing British knowledge of all its colonies […]

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University Review Part II : The IVY in NYC – Dhaka Tribune

In the second part of the University Review series, the highlight is on Columbia University. This institute,  is one of the oldest, largest and most dynamic Ivy League institutions. A presumed edge for us is that Columbia has long taken several Bangladeshi students in its undergraduate degree program, specifically its policy school, and even has a group called […]

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University Review Part I: The College on the Hill – Dhaka Tribune

In the first of the five part series of reviews of top US and UK-based universities, the Director of Center for Enterprise and Society focuses on one of the Ivy League schools in the US, Dartmouth College. He commends the setting of this institution: a large enough campus, excellent outdoor activity facilities, a highly respectful […]

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Current Event Analysis – Quality of Education in Primary Schools of Dhaka

The Center for Enterprise and Society published it’s latest edition of the Current Event Analysis Series on October 3, 2016. It is titled “Quality of Education in Primary Schools of Dhaka“. The educational sector constitutes the backbone of any nation with growth aspirations. Although Bangladesh has one of the largest primary education systems in the […]

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CES Current Events Analysis – Recent ATM Scams in Bangladesh

The Center for Enterprise and Society published it’s latest edition of the Current Event Analysis Series on August 18, 2016. It is titled “Recent ATM Scams in Bangladesh“.  From February 2016 onwards, a few significant ATM forgeries have made the headlines. This Current Event Analysis (CEA) piece aggregates a list of recent forgeries, delves into the […]

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Bangladesh and the Culture of Innovation – Part II – Dhaka Tribune

In this article, the Director of CES draws attention on a different aspect in-relation to advancement of our economy and business. It is the Culture of Innovation. Since the common constraints of infrastructure, investments and government aid are lengthy or bureaucratic processes to be fruitful, successful businesses experiment in alternatives. Speaking about startups and incubators, which are popularizing […]

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CES Thought Leadership Article – Understanding Social Enterprises

The Center for Enterprise and Society published a Sector Report  on August 8, 2016. It is titled “Understanding Social Enterprises”.  This thought leadership article (TLA), considers the landscape of the existing research on social enterprises, early forms of social enterprises in Bangladesh, evolution of the sector in the 1980s and 1990s, and intersections between businesses and […]

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7 steps university students need to know to prepare for today’s job market – Dhaka Tribune

The job market. Familiar to all and a walk-in-the-park for none. The Director of CES, Mr. Sajid Amit, upholds the stark reality of the rising income class and the larger young population with the relatively small proportion of the present overall student size of the country. In doing so, he presents 7 practical steps that […]

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