Bangabandhu International Medical Olympiad (BIMO) held in Rangpur

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Speakers underscored the need for developing communication and collaboration on learning issues with international partners and faculties to ensure Quality and Sustainable education.
They made the call in a daylong WORKSHOP on organizing First ever Medical Olympiad Bangabandhu International Medical Olympiad (BIMO] held at a posh Hotel in the capital on Friday. The event was organized by Oncosys International.
Md. Imrez Chowdhury, CEO of Oncosys International conducted the workshop and presented the Concept Paper on the proposed event scheduled to be held on the following November for the first time in Bangladesh.
Mr. Iqbal Sharif Biru, International program Moderator moderated the session.
Renowned Anatomist professor Shamim Ara and Professor Humaira Naushaba from Dhaka Medical College and Professor Jahir Uddin from Sir Salimullah Medical College attended as chief guest and special guest respectively with Mohammed Nasir Uddin, Deputy Secretary, Health Services Division, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare in the chair.
The chief guest said, to build leadership and to create a sense of internationalism among the learners is very important as they have to face the challenges of the future world. Learning the global language is essential to remain under networking. Project based learning program has become popular among the educators and learners across the globe. Teachers and students benefit by sharing best practice working on joint educational projects dealing with global issues
She urged the teachers to educate the students according to the trend of world teaching learning with the changing demand of technology and globalisation.
Around 200 Medical English teachers, experts and resource persons from leading private universities and Govt. Colleges and faculties from Medical colleges across the country took part the peer training program.

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