Mindcurrant, Bangladesh’s first interactive e-learning platform, has recently signed an agreement with Women in Leadership (WIL) at the Women of Excellence 2018 program at Le Méridien, Dhaka. The agreement will enable WIL mentors to teach women how to develop corporate skills and take their careers further.
Mindcurrant is a platform where mentors can take classes online with a real-life classroom environment while maintaining a two-way communication with the students. As it is completely online based, millions of students around the country can access the best learning resources through Mindcurrant, regardless of whether they live in the capital or in small towns outside Dhaka. Mindcurrant offers amazing flexibility and saves the learners plenty of time and hassle. It plans to introduce courses to aid university admission tests and international language tests like the IELTS soon to ensure convenience to the learners.
Shariful Islam, Founder and Editor, Bangladesh Brand Forum; Nazia Andaleeb Preema, Visual Artist, President Women in Leadership( WIL),Director and Creative Editor, Bangladesh Brand Forum and Zaman Md. Bahadur Khan, CEO, Mindcurrant, were present during the signing ceremony.
Zaman Md. Bahadur Khan, CEO, Mindcurrant said, “We are working towards bridging the gap between prime cities and small towns, so anyone can access good teachers, trainers, contents and methods, and a standardized education no matter where they live. We are positive that this arrangement is going to accelerate the endeavor.”