The Institute has already adopted a world class curriculum since July-December 2015 session. Aiming excellence in education and examination system and as a part of its capacity development program the Institute arranged a two day long “Train the Trainers” program for Teachers, Question Setters, Moderators and Examiners of ICMAB. The program was held on September 07-08, 2018 at ICMA Bhaban, Nilkhet, Dhaka. This 2 day long training program was conducted by Mr. Palpolage Don Channa Nirosha Gunawardana, Chief Operating Officer, Hirdaramani Knit Cluster, Sri Lanka.


The main objective of this program is to make aware about new Exam Paper Structure, new teaching techniques, teaching methodology, standard question setting guidelines, etc. Mr. Gunawardana reviewed present exam structure of ICMAB and then suggested a new exam structure for ICMAB including specimen papers for each subject. He also has vast experience in this field hence explained everything in a very efficient way. Along with participants of Dhaka region, teachers, question setters moderators and script examiners from Chittagong, Khulna and Cumilla were participated in the training program.


Inauguration of the training program was held on September 7, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. Mr. Mohammed Salim FCMA, President of the Institute inaugurated the program. Mr. M. Abul Kalam Mazumdar FCMA, Vice President and Chairman of Exam Committee, Mr. Arif Khan FCMA, Vice President and Chairman of Education Committee and Mr. Md. Abdur Rahman Khan FCMA, Secretary of the institute were also spoken on the occasion. The program was conducted by Dr. Nikhil Chandra Shil FCMA, Consultant, Academic Affairs, ICMAB. Altogether 54 Teachers, Question Setters, Moderators and Script Examiners were participated in the aforesaid training program. At the end of the program all the participants were awarded Certificate of Participation.

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