Jobeda Khatun Academy starts journey

Published : 20 Jan 2024 09:54 PM

Usually, the organizers start any primary or secondary level school or other educational institutions with a number of unskilled or untrained teachers and other staff as a voluntary organization where the staffs feel insecure financially about the future of the institutions. 

The guardians who send their children to the said school cannot be free from the tension. Zahedi Foundation, a renowned non-profit organization in Jhenaidah, has started such an uncommon school in the town on Saturday noon where each and every teacher and staff were given prior training on modern and technology-based teaching, game etc. to run the school well with efficiency. 

Newly elected lawmaker from Jhenaidah-2 seat, a prominent industrialist, founder of Zahedi Foundation as well as chairman of Radiant Pharmaceuticals Naser Shahrier Zahedi Mahul had inaugurated the school as chief guest. 

Presided over by Zahedi Foundation executive director Abu Shahrier Zahedi Pipul, Jhenaidah government Keshab Chandra College principal Professor Ashok Kumar Maulik, superintendent of police Azim Ul Ahsan, additional deputy commissioner (ADC) Rathindra Nath Roy, Jhenaidah municipality Mayor Qayum Shahrier Zahedi Hizawl, Radiant Pharmaceuticals education development programme director Brigadier (retired) Mostafa Kamal Russo and upazila primary education officer Khalequzzaman spoke on the inaugural event.

Lawmaker Naser Shahrier Zahedi Mahul in his speech as chief guest said the objectives of the school was to teach the children with the new world like computer, modern ideas, games and other child-friendly instruments in suitable environment abide the regular curriculum to build up themselves with ethical and life-based education so that they could lead lives like good citizens competing the children of other developed countries. 

It will help regain the lost status of the teachers’ community and good faith. Mahul urged upon the people to extend their hands towards the good activities to change the present trend of education to participate rebuild the Smart Bangladesh as desired by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Earlier lawmaker Mahul and other distinguished guests had inaugurated the program hoisting National Flag and releasing pigeons in the sky.