No alternative to meritorious students for country’s progress: Dy Speaker

Publish: 3:55 PM, September 22, 2018 | Update: 3:55:PM, September 22, 2018

Rafiqul Islam, Gaibandha Correspondent
Deputy Speaker Md Fazle Rabbi Miah said that, ‘there is no alternative to meritorious students to build a developing country. There is no alternative to meritorious teachers to build meritorious students. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was meritorious that’s why he called for the freedom even after tolerating so much torture. He was successful. During his rule, 37 thousand non-government primary schools were made functional by the government for the development of education. Today, we can raise our head high as an independent nation and introduce ourselves to the world. Today, his daughter Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has done unprecedented development of the country. In order to improve the standard of education, the Prime Minister has introduced stipulations among the students of primary level to secondary level. On the first day of the year, the students are provided with free books. Distribution of timely books for improving quality of education plays a leading role in the creation of meritorious students. Once again, elect Awami League in the upcoming general elections to make the country more developed’.
Deputy Speaker Fazle Rabbi Mia MP said all this as the chief gust at a reception ceremony of 233 meritorious students of Secondary, Higher Secondary and equivalent examinations who received GPA-5 in the academic year 2017 and 2018 at Barakona High School in Saghata upazila of Gaibandha on Saturday.
The program was chaired by Dhakastho Saghata Association President Abdul Motalib while among others, Gaibandha deputy commissioner Gautam Chandra Pal, Vice President of Saghata Samity, Additional Secretary of the Ministry of Housing and Public Works Ayub Hossain, Upazila Nirbahi Officer Ujjal Kumar Ghosh, Founder and Director of Razzak Shishu Niketon School Rezaul Karim, Dhakastho Saghata Samity general secretary SM Shajahan, joint general secretary Warase Ali, district AL leader Rafiqul Islam Bakul, upazila social service officer Abu Sufian, acting president Nazmul Huda Dudu and general secretary Abdul Hamid Babu were also present at the occasion. The program was conducted by Barrister Mosharraf Hossain.
Later the chief guest, Fazle Rabbi Mia, handed over the Bangabandhu’s the Unfinished Memoirs, certificates, scholarships and crests to the meritorious students.