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13 meritorious students from poor families received scholarship in Rangamati

Student receiving cheque

YPSA handover scholarship cheques among 13 meritorious students from poor families who have passed the SSC or equivalent examination in 2019 and are currently studying in the colleges and whose families are involved in any of the YPSA’s ongoing programs that supported by PKSF. The scholarship awarded under the project “ENRICH” supported by Palli Karma Sahayak Foundation (PKSF).

Mr. Samsudoha Chowdhury, Chairman of Kawkhali Upazila Parishad was present as chief guest and inaugurated the stipend cheque handover program which was presided over by Kaukhali Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO), Shatrupa Talukder.

The chief gust said that millions of students should not have GPA-5, they should grow up as people with social and human values. He said the government is working relentlessly to create opportunities for students to develop unique talents and ensure quality education.

Group photo

Mr. Kajai Marma, Chairman, 4th Kalampati Union, Mr. Manzur Murshed Chowdhury, Director (Economic Development Program), YPSA, Mr. Md. Ariful Haque Mahabub, President, Kaukhali Press Club, Mr. Belal Uddin, Chairman, Kaukhali Upazila were present as special guests.

In his speech as the chief guest, he called upon the students to be enriched with the qualities of human values ​​and patriotism. He said the government is working relentlessly to create opportunities for students to develop unique talents and ensure quality education.

13 students were selected in the 1st phase and a total of 156000 Taka as scholarship were given to the students.

 

Speech by chief guest