Japan will take workers from Bangladesh

Japan will take skilled workers from Bangladesh. These workers can work in various places including Japanese factories. That is why it is important to know the Japanese language, said the country’s ambassador Iwama Kiminori.

He said this while inaugurating the Japan-Bangladesh Global Nursing College in Narail on Sunday. On this day, the ambassador laid the foundation stone of a nursing college and a 20-bed hospital under the management of Japan at Rampura of Lohagara upazila.

He said that Japan has opened a separate desk for Bangladeshi skilled workers since last year. Nursing is one of the skilled workers.

It is known that two buildings with 5 floors will be constructed in Japan-Bangladesh Global Nursing College. In one of them, a 20-bed hospital with an academy building, and a Japanese language education center with a residential building for students will be established in the other. Nurses will be taken directly to Japan from this college managed by Japanese technology.

Present at this time – Japanese businessman Raisuke Honjo, Dr. Syed Emdadul Haque, ADM Lincoln Biswas, Lohagara Police Officer Kanchan etc