JU teacher honoured with ‘Joyeeta Award’
Shahadat Sumon, JU correspondent: A teacher of Public administration department of Jahangirnagar University (JU) has been honoured with Joyeeta award under the “Joyeeta Onneshone Bangladesh”-2019.
The awardee is Associate professor Jebunnesa, chairman of Public administration department of JU. She got the award under the education and employment categories in Narayanganj region.
On Monday, December 9, Deputy Commissioner of Narayanganj district Md. Jasim Uddin handed over the “Joyeeta award” at DC Conference Room.
While talking with “Bangladesh Today” she said, “I want to dedicate this honour to my esteemed parents. If my parents were not by my side, I would never have been “Joyeeta”. This achievement should not make me into a disorder of ego, so I seek pray to everybody.”
Responding to a query of the present situation of oppression the child and female in our country and the prescription of the problem marking the upcoming Human rights day she said, “Aggressive mentality of a person grows up from a family. We have to grow up conciseness by cooperating both male and female members of a family.
We have to teach our kids about the equal right of male and female from the family. Parents should have the care of their girls as the boys. In co-educational institutions boys and girls should have the equal opportunity of learning. The teachers shouldn’t discriminate between girls and boys by giving the chance to the boys of dominating over the girls.”
“Prime minister of Bangladesh is trying her best to eliminate the discrimination between male and female. In this regard, since 2011, women are being honoured with `Joyeeta` award in different sectors over the country. The present situation of our country is sound good for the tight steps which has taken by the govt. and already implementing over the country.” She added.
Mentionable, “Joyeeta Onneshone Bangladesh” is a government initiative introduced in 2011-has had a tremendous impact on society in issues of women empowerment.
The award was given in different categories including economic, social development, education, employment, successful mother, and prevention of repression. These women were awarded the title Joyeeta by the government.