Students used to walk to school from far and wide. However, 100 such students will go to school by bicycle from now on. They will be more focused in studies. In the belief that the girls will be motivated and courageous to move forward, bicycles were handed over to 100 students in the Nitai High School grounds of Kishoreganj Upazila of Nilphamari on Tuesday afternoon.
In the distribution ceremony of bicycles the students of various educational institutions, the chief guest formally handed over the bicycles to the students, Senior Secretary of Internal Resources Department and Chairman of the National Board of Revenue Abu Hena Rahmatul Munim.
The chief guest said in his speech - girls will go to school by riding this bicycle. It will be able to boost their courage and morale. Girls will go further. They will also be able to play a leading role in the development of the country. This bicycle has been distributed in that effort. He also urged to take such initiatives at the local level in the future.
The event was held under the chairmanship of Nilphamari Additional District Magistrate Md Mozammel Haque Rasel, National Board of Revenue Member Md. Masud Sadiq, National Board of Revenue Joint Secretary Eidtazul Islam, Nilphamari Superintendent of Police Mohammad Mokhleshur Rahman BPM, PPM, Upazila Executive Officer Noor-e-Alam Siddiqui, Additional Superintendent of Police Syedpur Circle Mohammad Saroar Alam, Asst. Commissioner (Land) Sanjida Rahman, Kishoreganj police station officer-in-charge Rajib Kumar Roy. Upazila Secondary Education Officer ATM Nural Amin Shah, Nitai High School Managing Committee President Achadul Arefin Chowdhury, School Headmaster Abdus Salam and others were present.
These bicycles are distributed among the students under the initiative of the National Board of Revenue.