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BASIS AGM-2013 held
28 Dec 2013

The 15th Annual General Meeting of Bangladesh Association of Software and Information Services (BASIS) was held on 28th December 2013 at BASIS Auditorium. BASIS President Shameem Ahsan presided over the meeting. Basis Secretary General Russell T Ahmed presented the report on the activities of 2013. BASIS Treasurer Shah Imraul Kaeesh presented the financial report of the year 2012-13. Among other BASIS Vice President Uttam Kumar Paul, Joint Secretary M Rashidul Hasan, Director Reazuddin Mosharaf, Secretary Hashim Ahmed were also present at the AGM. BASIS President Shameem Ahsan also presented the upcoming Six months plan. He said, Political unrest and instability has affected our IT sector severely. If political situation improves and we get the aide from the government, we can export one billion dollars in the next five years and we will create 10 lakh IT professionals with a scope of  employment for majorityThe 15th Annual General Meeting of Bangladesh Association of Software and Information Services (BASIS) was held on 28th December 2013 at BASIS Auditorium. BASIS President Shameem Ahsan presided over the meeting. Basis Secretary General Russell T Ahmed presented the report on the activities of 2013. BASIS Treasurer Shah Imraul Kaeesh presented the financial report of the year 2012-13. Among other BASIS Vice President Uttam Kumar Paul, Joint Secretary M Rashidul Hasan, Director Reazuddin Mosharaf, Secretary Hashim Ahmed were also present at the AGM. BASIS President Shameem Ahsan also presented the upcoming Six months plan. He said, Political unrest and instability has affected our IT sector severely. If political situation improves and we get the aide from the government, we can export one billion dollars in the next five years and we will create 10 lakh IT professionals with a scope of  employment for majority.

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