Amar Boi from JCI Dhaka West will develop the habit of reading books

An initiative called ‘Amar Boi’ has started its journey to inculcate the habit of reading books in this month of our mother tongue. The international voluntary organization Junior Chamber International (JCI) Dhaka West and Jante Hole Porte Hobe of Protyush are working together on this project.

The journey of “Amar Boi” started on Sunday February 26 with the setting up of a reading nook at Modern Childs Educare in Maghbazar, Dhaka. The book corner was opened by Rakhi Jain, JCI Global Vice President for Asia-Pacific. At the ceremony, JCI Bangladesh National Vice President Nazmul Hossain Sabuj, JCI Dhaka West Local President Md. Altamis Nabil, JCI Dhaka West Local Vice President and Project Manager Md. Mahmudur Rahman , as well as the project manager and founder of Protyush, Tanvir Hasan, were present. .

In addition to the unveiling of the reading corner, a competition was organized among the students of this school. A total of 18 prizes were awarded to winners in four categories.

Commenting on the initiative, Altamis Nabil, President, JCI Dhaka West, said, “A separate initiative from us to bring back the old habit of reading books. Our initiative will continue throughout the year with the creation of book corners in the schools of disadvantaged groups. children across the country and the provision of Bengali fiction and non-fiction books in English language school libraries. Not only book distribution, but many other programs will be organized to emphasize the importance of reading books.

The Junior Chamber International (JCI) is an organization of young entrepreneurs between the ages of 18 and 40. JCI is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. It is present in more than 120 countries and has more than 400,000 members worldwide. Currently, more than 25 local JCI chapters are working in Bangladesh. Of these, JCI Dhaka West is the largest and oldest.

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