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Tech Lady Icon Rezwana Khan

Rezwana Khan is the name of an icon running in the ICT sector. Her Knowledge, profession, or business everything is ICT sector centric. Because, she has 16 years of work experience in this sector. Rezwana Khan likewise has experience taking a shot at e-Governance, Enterprise, HR Resources and Capacity Development ventures. Rezwana Khan additionally has experience functioning admirably with a few government ventures, services, worldwide organizations, benefactors, and outside organizations. She has unique abilities in Enterprise Level Project and HR Development in ICT sectors. She is one of the leading icons, a tech lady who represents Bangladesh towards the world. Dedicated, skilled sprinter Rezwana Khan is not only a businessman, she is a business visionary, advisor, and financial specialist. Albeit working with her own organization, Rezwana Khan is notable as a consultant in the ICT sector. She has been supporting different businesses and governments step by step to feature the ICT division. Her abilities remember work for how to improve innovation, key arranging counsel and development, business group arrangement, the executives change. She likewise exhorts on corporate business audits and marketable strategies. She additionally said that any adjustment in the business procedure should be checked and observed. Likewise fills in as an expert for fire up's with assets and authority, tech. She has given openings for work to men just as ladies in his associations. Has constructed a talented workforce. In the work environment, she organizes work. She is additionally engaged with a few associations. She is likewise doing social improvement workday after day. There are a few distinctions regarding her believability. Rezwana Khan, CEO of Star Computer Systems Limited, told the story of her journey towards IT sectors to TechLifeB readers.Following the footsteps to her FatherAli Akbar Khan, father of Rezwana Khan is Founder of Star Computer Systems Limited. In whose hands the association has been set up and famous. He is one of only a handful few spearheading IT specialists in the nation. Rezwana Khan is strolling in the way appeared by that father. She is the CEO of Star Computer Systems Limited. With work, ability, and mental fortitude, she is pushing ahead in multifaceted work. Not similarly as a businessperson, she longs for the nation's super technology. Dreams about the fate of computerized Bangladesh.Dream and MotivationThe dream started when she saw his father working in information technology. Because Rezwana was close to her father. she wanted to study architecture, but it did not happen. Education additionally centers around the ICT part. And keeping in mind that contemplating, she imagines that she will work together and that is in the field of technology. She has consistently evolved himself in that manner. She graduated with a Computer Science (CSC) qualification from North South University and a Software Systems degree from the University of British Columbia. There she took a higher degree in the Advanced Management program at The University of Hong Kong. She at that point earned a Fellowship in Empower Women Throat Entrepreneurship and Business from the University of Southern Queensland.Journey and PositionsShe started his own business from his father's organization. Although her own organization, from 2002 to 2004, she worked as a software engineer for two years and one month. Then from 2004 to 2005, she worked as a Business and Systems Analyst for 1 year and 4 months. Then join the position of Director and CEO of the organization. She has been working with Star Computer Systems Limited for 16 years. From the beginning of Rezwana Khan's career, she had a knowledge of the IT business. She started his software development and consulting business with a degree in software technology. Presently, she is running with several good initiatives in this sector. What's more, her association has assembled a gifted workforce.About her organization Rezwana Khan said that although it was established in 1991, Star Computer Systems became a limited company in 1998. “Our company has been working in the ICT sector for more than 28 years. And the main work of our company is Enterprise Application Implementation Development and Consulting. The size and value of these projects are worth millions of dollars. I work as a consultant for various profit companies in the world including Bangladesh. There is also an HR research development sector. In Bangladesh it is known as the training sector. More than 30,000 boys and girls have already taken various types of IT training from this sector. We usually prioritize the work of various multinational companies in America. There is a large team for consulting. In Consulting, we provide enterprise level solutions. Understanding the business process of the company, re-engineering the business process and how the hole solution will be these aspects are important. And one of the special aspects of our work is that the work we do is quality. We give more importance to the quality of work of international companies. There are plans to do more with IT, not just Star Computer systems. I have already started two more ventures like Star Computer. One of them is Knowledge Based Company. Only knowledge level work will be done here. The other is a high technical advanced level company. It’s just technology based. Here we will work with the world's advanced and super technologies. The registration of these has started in the country and abroad.”Newcomers Approach in ICT SectorRezwana Khan is acting as the General Secretary of Bangladesh Women in Technology (BWIT). Furthermore, she has been working together effectively in the ICT segment of the nation for over 16 years. She needed to result in these present circumstances stage by conquering different deterrents. As indicated by him, she generally thinks to not need to peruse in the spots of her impediments. We need skilled manpower. Our ICT sector lacks a lot of it. When newcomers start working, they need to learn to work with attention. However, many are doing very well in the ICT sector. New startups, new employees, new generation ideas or much more ahead. I believe that the new digital Bangladesh will be created by their hands. Times are changing, technology is also changing. The time is the fourth industrial revolution. So, it goes without saying how far the newcomers are in the era of Fourth IR.Future Perspectives for Bangladesh"I dream of super technology in the country," she added. The country will move forward there. In that continuity, the children of the country must work with advanced technology. So that they can work in tandem with the country as well as the outside world and get proper evaluation. I always work on these issues. I always call for the development of the children of the country with advanced training.Challenges and Support"I work in the ICT sector because I love it so much," she said. I think this sector is my family. When I started my father's business, I despite everything needed to breeze through numerous assessments. We have changed our business step by step. Also, there were minor issues that must be tackled. I figure I should motivate myself. Since to push ahead, your work will likewise substantiate itself. At that point the family needs support. About family life, she stated, I have a little family with a spouse and a girl. I generally need my parents in law to get me, to help my work, to invigorate me the to satisfy my wants and dreams. I got it. I got their help constantly.”Image Collected from

IT Minister Junayed Ahmed Polok Turns 40

There are some people who come to earth to illuminate everything around them. Their presence makes everyone happy. He binds the people around him in social or family ties. Dirt never touches them.At a time when the image of the country's politics and politicians is at the bottom, Junayed Ahmed Polok has been doing politics with her head held high. Today is the birthday of Junayed Ahmed Polok, the brightest star of national politics, the youngest but most responsible Member of Parliament in the government and a successful ICT Minister.Digital Bangladesh is a dream name. This dream was born in the midst of many sarcasm, sarcasm, and criticism. That dream has now come true. The concept of 'Digital Bangladesh' is a unique step to keep pace with the world. As it has been implemented, information and technological facilities are in the hands of the people today. Electricity, internet, solar, mobile have reached remote areas from the city today. He is one of the dreamers. Bangladesh has been in the back row for a long time in the world of information technology. Eleven years ago, no one thought of working on a large scale with technology to take Bangladesh forward as a whole. In 2008, Sajib Wazed Joy proposed to form 'Digital Bangladesh'. In view of this, the Awami League included the concept of 'Digital Bangladesh' in the 2008 national election manifesto. This proposal was not only a landmark decision for Bangladesh, but it was also a unique journey to keep pace with the world.After the victory of Sajib Wazed to make Bangladesh technology-dependent, the contribution of Polok is undeniable. Polok has played a pivotal role in ensuring various civic amenities including the construction of high-tech parks in important places of the country, introduction of 4G, reduction of internet prices, duty free import of computers, excellence in freelancing, doing various office work online. Access to information has become much easier now due to technological advancement.The victory of youth is everywhere. Junayed Ahmed Polok is representing the youth in the politics of Bangladesh. He can understand the needs and dreams of the youth. On the other hand, since Polok is their contemporary, young men and women are interested and enthusiastic in his activities.Today is the 40th birthday of Junayed Ahmed Polok, a young successful politician from North Bengal, Minister of State for Information and Communication Technology. He was born on 17 May 1980 at Telegram in Sherkol Union of Singda Upazila. His father's name is Fayez Uddin and mother's name is Jamila Ahmed. He passed SSC from Singra Damdama Pilot High School in 1995 and HSC from Rajshahi Old Degree College (now known as Rajshahi College) in 1997.He later obtained a master's degree in political science from Dhaka College and an LLB degree from the National University and joined the legal profession in the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. His wife's name is Arifa Jasmine (Konika). The couple has three children. They are Apurba Junayed, Arjan Junayed, and Anirban Junayed. Following in the footsteps of late father Fayez Uddin, Junayed Ahmed: Polok joined politics as a member of Awami League at the age of 20. He was elected as the youngest Member of Parliament from Natore-3 (Singra) constituency at the age of 28 in the parliamentary elections held in December 2008. He was re-elected as the Member of Parliament from the same constituency in 2014. He has also served as the State Minister for Communication Technology. He is the Member of Parliament for the Government elected on January 7, 2019, and is again serving as the Minister of State for Information and Communication Technology in the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications. In March 2016, the World Economic Forum nominated Junayed Ahmed as Polok Young Global Leader 2016. The World Economic Forum publishes the names of young people under the age of 40. He was nominated in the South Asia region. He is one of the leaders of Young Bangla and CRI. In 2018, the global policy-making body Apolitical published a list of the world’s 100 most influential people in Digital government.

Sharmin Ahmad and Farhana Hanip were honored in the United States

The next Southeast Chapter, a social organization in Washington DC and Virginia, have honored two American women personalities for their special contribution to education and socio-economic women empowerment.  On the Fund Rising Concert at the Lee Kauffman Auditorium in Alexandria, Virginia, on Saturday (August 28th), the president of the Southeast Chapter Afsan Khan, handed over the honor to Sharmin Ahmad Ripi, the eldest daughter of the first Prime Minister of Bangladesh Tajuddin Ahmed and Farhana Hanip, president of People's Tech, the largest Bangladeshi-owned IT education company in the United States and the woman entrepreneur. Among others who spoke on the occasion included Afsan Khan, president of the Southeast Chapter, one of the founders and advisor of the organization, former president Mostafizur Rahman Parvez, marketing director Farhana Zaman Mou and honorable women personalities Sharmin Ahmed Ripani and Fahman Ahmad Ripi. The founder of People N Tech, CEO Engineer Abu bakar Hanip was present on the occasion as well. Fuad and Friends, Cronez and Anila Naz Chowdhury performed the music at the Fund Rising Concert. The media partner of the event was NRB Connect TV. Educationist Sharmin Ahmed is the eldest daughter of the Former Prime Minister of Bangladesh, late Tajuddin Ahmed, and the Former leader of the Bangladesh Awami League, the late Johra Tajuddin. She has been living in the United States for 5 years. He has been a consultant at various institutes and organizations on human rights and women's empowerment for nearly two decades. The book 'Tajuddin Ahmed Leader and Father', written in the 27th with the contribution of Tajuddin Ahmed in the history of the liberation war of Bangladesh, has received praise in various places. Farhana Hanip has set a unique example of women’s empowerment in the United States.Farhana Hanip, president of People-Tech, the largest IT-educational institution owned by Bangladesh, has a special role in social empowerment by establishing women in the workplace.  Her biggest contribution is that she has provided about 4,000 women in the United States with advanced employment in the field of IT through the Female in IT or FIT project under the PeopleNTech Foundation. Her husband, Engineer Abu bakar Hanip is the founder of PeopleNTech. People N Tech has trained about 5,000 people in the IT field so far, providing them with advanced paid jobs, most of whom had previously worked in America. Presently they are working for a salary of $ 8,000 to $ 200,000. It may be referenced that Agami (Next) continues to play a role in educating the underprivileged children of Bangladesh.  The association made its debut in California in the 21st. There are currently four chapters in the United States. They are the next California Chapter, founded in 2003, the next Northeast Chapter in New York in 2012, the next Southeast Chapter established in 2004D.C. and Virginia, and the next Carolina Chapter, established at 2015. The three founders of the organization are Babu Rahman, Mahmudul Hasan from California and Sabir Majumder of North Carolina. There are more than 200 volunteers in these four chapters. They have helped 12,000 disadvantaged children in 30 schools in the country through the next Bangladesh Foundation.

Dr Sazzad has been appointed as UGC member

Prof Dr. Sazzad Hossain has been appointed as a full time member of University Grants Commission of Bangladesh (UGC) on 12th june, 2019. According to UGC press release, Prof Dr. Sajjad delegated as full-time part for first time. Prior to this, he has been a professor of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB).Technologist Prof Dr. Sazzad Hossain was born on 16 December, 1968 in his native district Chittagong. He completed his studies from Faujdarhat Cadet College and then on Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology. He earned Bachelor's Degree from Russia's famous Moscow Technical University and Master's and PhD in Computer Science from the Portland State University, United States. His research topic is Quantum Computing.Dr. Sazzad worked as an Advisor in US IT Company ‘People and Tech’, a member of the Central Board of Institution of Engineering Bangladesh, Executive member of Bangabandhu Engineer Council, the founding organizer of Bangabandhu Memorial Institute. He has involvement in several associations including ICT Ministries and Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) of the legislature. Prof Sazzad, a known face of the media, has already gained popularity for scientifical writing.

Zunaid Ahmed Palak got the responsibility of Information and Technology Division

Honorable Minister of State for Information and Communication Technology Division of People’s Republic of Bangladesh Mr. Zunaid Ahmed Palak, is one of the leading Icon of today’s tech enthusiast young generation who recorded as 'World's 100 Most Influential People in Digital Government' got this honor for Bangladesh. His contribution towards the dream of making Digital Bangladesh has been significantly noteworthy.In the first reshuffle in the cabinet since its formation on January 7 this year, two ministers and three state ministers have been given new charges. The Cabinet division issued a notification in this regard on Sunday.According to the notification, Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology Minister Mustafa Jabbar has been made minister for the Posts and Telecommunications Division while State Minister for Information and Communications Technology Division Zunaid Ahmed Palak got the responsibility of Information and Technology Division as state minister. From his previous period as a state minister in technology and communication affairs ministry in the past govt. in sheikh Hasina regime, he had the vision to see opportunity and ability in the youth. And with great planning, he turned this in technology and communication affairs ministry as the third largest field of foreign exchange earner in the country after the garments and remittance sectors. So, we feel dreamy that, with his new appointment as the state minister in the information and technology affairs will utilize the youth of the country to its full potential.

Engr Abubokor hanip a Magic Man - Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen

Engr. Abubokor Hanip, Founder & CEO of PeopleNTech is one of the incredible symbol in IT area who plans to create Bangladeshi adolescents in education and ability making them one day they can get the North American technology advertise. Through his constant exertion, the organization has given work to around 6,000 students, no less than 4 thousand are of Bangladeshi origin. PeopleNTech consistently offers grants to commendable students. In this continuation, the declaration of the biggest number of scholarship of the association has been reported to enable an ever increasing number of Bangladeshi students to work in the immense and enormous business of American and Canadian technology.Recently, Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen has inaugurated PeopleNTech Astoria campus in New York and conveyed the gratitude of Government of Bangladesh for the humanitarian assistance provided by PeopleNTech. In the opening session of the new branch of PeopleNTech, he showed satisfaction by expressing his overwhelm and gratitude towards PeopleNTech authorities for creating a hands on training for people who are dedicated to learn. He is very impressed to see such event taken by Abubokor Hanip that allows students or people with limited knowledge can eventually make a handsome salary with a particular skillset. The minister also greatly appreciate every plan, orientation, steps taken sector, management. Regardless his observation, the minister is very aware of the Abubokor Hanip’s contribution towards creating mass skilled people and providing job opportunities. As such The Minister has declared Engr. Abubokor hanip a Magic Man for providing job more than 6000 jobs to underpaid job holders. Students also will be able to take advantage of high-paying jobs in mainstream technology work-market in USA without any cost or at low cost.