Free training in the mobile game industry to create skilled manpower


The government is going to host free training on “Mobile Game” development under the “Skill Development of Mobile Games and Applications” project of the Information & Communication Technology Division.

At least 1000 trainees will get the opportunity to participate in the 5 months-long training program at 26 training centers in all divisions of the country.

Students who have completed a diploma in computer science or a student of the second year of graduation in computer science can apply for this free training. Four renowned IT companies in the country are working together with the government to implement this program. The officials of the concerned organizations said that the free game training program will probably start next June.

The leading IT companies of the country Logical Triangle Ltd., and One Information and Communications Technology Ltd. (OneICT) are implementing the project in Khulna, Barisal, Rajshahi, and Rangpur divisions.

Mostafizur Rahman, Managing Director of OneICT Ltd, in a statement, said that there is no substitute for skilled manpower in the IT industry to build Digital Bangladesh. Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is captivating various training programs and initiatives to create skilled manpower in the country. Under this project, free training will be provided to create skilled manpower for the game industry and we will continue to work with the government to ensure their employment also.

Fakhrul Hasan Shamim, CEO of Logical Triangle Ltd, said that students will learn various concepts on game concept design, character design, animation, level making, etc from the primary level to the game released under this training program. The experienced trainers in the game industry will conduct training sessions in the free program.

He also urged the youths to enroll in the government offered a training program to make themselves skilled professionals in this special sector of information technology. Interested trainees are requested to register for participating in the free training program by visiting