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Bigger, Better, Louder
Not just because it’s the biggest rock music event in the country, Joy Bangla Concert stands apart as it comes across as a unique blend of history and music. This year’s concert, the fourth edition of the mega musical event, was different on many other counts.
 
Power ministry internship kicks off
Second phase of Young Bangla’s revolutionary internship with the Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources (MoPEMR) has kicked off. 165 graduates are participating in the first of a 3-slot internship program at various utilities.
 
National Youth Programming Contest 2018
The programming training program was held at the Krishibid Institute Bangladesh in Dhaka in which a total of 360 schol-level ICT teachers from all over the country and Lab Coordinators of Sheikh Russell Digital labs participated.
 
First Kormoshopan Pataton at Chattogram
Kormoshopan Pataton career camps aim to facilitate training as a guide to career readiness and employability skills to impart need-based guidance for entry-level job seekers. This year, the camps are being organized in Chattogram, Rangpur, Barishal and Sylhet.
 
Kaaktarua: Seeing society through camera
Kaaktarua got Joy Bangla Youth Award 2017 in the category of community development. Receiving the award from Prime Minister’s ICT Advisor Sajeeb Wazed was a moment to savour and it was the greatest of all achievements for the organization so far.
 
Durbar: Leaving no child on street
The youth of Bangladesh are often described as visionary. A number of youths led by Arif Rahman have been relentlessly pursuing the vision of a prosperous Bangladesh where there will be no child left on the streets.
 
Choupash: Holding the cultural front
Choupash Nattyanchol won Joy Bangla Youth Award 2017 for their contribution in cultural development. The award was a recognition of the group’s relentless efforts to sensitize those who have distanced themselves with the rich Bangalee culture.
 
Jhumful: Sprouting Human Flower
Jhumful Theatre triggered a cultural movement to bring positive changes in the ethnic communities living in the Chittagong Hill Tracts. The group works to make communities aware about the bad impacts of child marriage, gender violence etc.
 
A Home for the homeless
Serving humanity is the best form of service to God – there are many who believe in that and act accordingly. Nityananda Goswami Nayan, after years of soul searching, realized he needed to dedicate himself to the service of helpless people.
 
Uttaron: How tea workers overcome odds
Hardship and struggle are the only constants in the lives of the tea labour communities of Maulvibazar. Most families cannot send their children to school because it’s impossible for them to carry the expenses of education in less than Tk100 daily wage.
 
 
 
 
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