Daffodil Polytechnic Institute, a leading technical institute in Bangladesh, recently sent 20 students to India as part of its International Volunteer & Internship Program (IVIP). The students visited KIIT University, a renowned institution of higher education in Bhubaneswar, Odisha.
The students spent 10 days at KIIT University, where they participated in a variety of activities, including academic lectures, research projects, sports, and cultural events. They also had the opportunity to volunteer at local community organizations.
The students were able to learn about the latest trends in technology and engineering from KIIT University faculty and researchers. They also had the opportunity to network with other students from around the world.
In addition to their academic and professional development, the students also had the opportunity to experience Indian culture. They visited the Konark Sun Temple, the Puri Jagannath Temple, and other historical and cultural landmarks.
The IVIP program was a valuable experience for the Daffodil Polytechnic Institute students. It helped them to gain international exposure, develop their skills, and learn about different cultures.
The students were grateful for the opportunity to participate in the IVIP program. They said that it was a life-changing experience that would help them to succeed in their careers.
The IVIP program is a part of Daffodil Polytechnic Institute’s commitment to providing its students with a global education. The program helps students to develop their skills and knowledge and to prepare for a successful career in the global economy.