JAAGO Students visit Beximco Pharmaceuticals

JAAGO Students visit Beximco Pharmaceuticals1

The pharmaceutical industry is an expanding and growing field. A recent visit to a factory like Beximco Pharmaceuticals provided our students in classes 8 to 10 with valuable insights into the production and manufacturing processes involved in producing medication. 

JAAGO Students visit Beximco Pharmaceuticals

During the visit, students also learned about R&D facilities, warehouse management, the preservation of chemicals to make medicine, and the packaging process. This visit has enhanced their knowledge of a pharmaceutical company that has got US FDA approval as the first Bangladeshi company.

JAAGO Students visit Beximco Pharmaceuticals

Beximco Holdings Limited and Summit Corporation Limited, two of the country’s largest conglomerates, signed a partnership deal with JAAGO Foundation. Through these partnerships, both companies have stood beside JAAGO Foundation and made a sustainable change in the lives of marginalised children to accelerate the development process of Bangladesh. This is an example of the Bangladesh corporate sector stepping forward for the people of Bangladesh. We hope this initiative will encourage other corporate houses to step forward and make a difference in the community.

JAAGO Students visit Beximco Pharmaceuticals
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