Ahmed Mottaki, a Bangladeshi entrepreneur, has established the Maldives’ first “School of Agriculture” at MI College, an international educational institution. This is the Maldives’ first public-private partnership to promote agricultural education, with recently begun operations. The article is about Bangladeshi Entrepreneur Built Maldives’s First Agricultural School.
Abdulla Sodig, the Maldives’ State Minister for Planning and Housing, formally launched the agricultural faculty on May 10 at MI College’s academic facility in old Addu City. The former mayor of Addu City, high-ranking education officials, academicians, and people in the country’s business all attended the ceremony, which Ahmed Mottaki headed.
The state minister praised the effort and wished it well, promising full cooperation. There are currently over 3,000 students enrolled in MI College’s 17 branches around the Maldives. Its students are primarily Maldivians. Ahmed Mottakir founded the institution in 2006, and it has made a significant contribution to the Maldives’ educational progress.
Mr. Mottaki has lived in the Maldives for almost 30 years. He began his career as a teacher in a government school in the country, but now works as an education entrepreneur and a businessman.
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