Islamic Development Bank-Bangladesh Islamic Solidarity Educational Wakf (IDB-BISEW) established an agreement between the Islamic Development Bank, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and the Government of Bangladesh. IDB-BISEW undertakes funding, formulating and implementing of projects in the areas of education, human resource development and institutional strengthening.
The intent is to transform the large population into productive workforce by strengthening their technical capabilities to use existing and emerging technologies resulting in sustainable economic growth and equality. Genuity Systems Ltd is one of the approved Training service provider (TSP) of IDB-BISEW.
Pearson VUE provides a full suite of services from test development to data management, and delivers exams through the world's most comprehensive and secured network of test centers in 165 countries. Genuity Systems Ltd. is one of the most renowned authorized centers for the last 10 years.
Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park Authority (BHTPA) under “Support to Development of Kaliakoir Hi-Tech Park Project” has nominated Genuity Training to conduct different courses in Skill Enhancement Training Program to develop Human resource for better Employability.
Bangladesh Technical Education Board came into existence with the jurisdiction over the entire area of Bangladesh to organize, supervise, regulate, control and develop technical and vocational education. The Board in its present form became operative with effect from June 1969.
Bangladesh Association of Software and Information Services (BASIS) is the national trade body for Software & IT Enabled Service industry of Bangladesh which was established in 1997.
The association has been working with a vision of developing vibrant software & IT service industry in the country. Currently BASIS has over 800 members who contribute the majority in the Software & IT service industry in Bangladesh. BITM is the IT institute of BASIS to feel the gap of the HR requirement of the IT industry.
The objectives of the Leveraging Information and Communication Technologies (LICT) for Governance, Growth, and Employment Project are to catalyze the growth of Bangladesh's IT and IT-Enabled Services (IT/ITES) industry for employment creation and export diversification; and establish basic e-government foundations to support public sector modernization. There are three components to the project. The first component is IT/ITES industry development. This component will increase the competitiveness of Bangladesh's IT/ITES industry.