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SP stands by Shamim for his admission to Marine Academy


Published : 28 Feb 2024 08:07 PM
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Superintendent of Police (SP) Muhammad Matiur Rahman Siddiqui has taken responsibility for the admission of the poor, meritorious student Shamim Kabir Nirab of Satkhira, who has been ranked 35th in the Marine Academy, after the news appeared in various media including the digital platform of the popular TV channel Banglavision.

Additional Superintendent of Police (Administration) Sajib Khan handed over the admission money to Shamim and his mother at Satkhira SP office on Sunday afternoon.

Satkhira Additional Superintendent of Police (Administration) Sajib Khan said that Shamim Kabir Nirab, son of Siddique Moral, a tea seller of City College area of Satkhira town, passed SSC from Satkhira Police Lines School in 2020 with GPA-5 and HSC from Jashore Cantonment College in 2022 with GPA-5. 

The news that Shamim is unable to get admission due to lack of money comes to the attention of the district police administration. It is unfortunate that such a talented student cannot get admitted himself due to lack of funds. After seeing the news, Superintendent of Police Muhammad Matiur Rahman Siddiqui decided to bear all the expenses of Shamim's admission. The money was handed over to Shamim and his mother on Sunday afternoon. Besides, the district police have assured all kinds of cooperation. Shamim's mother Anjuman Ara said that she thanks the police superintendent sir for standing by them by giving the admission money of his son. She hopes her son will be a bright man work in the service of the country.

His father Siddique Moral also expressed his gratitude to the Superintendent of Police and those concerned and at the same time asked everyone to pray for his son.

Shamim Kabir, the talented son of Siddique Moral, a tea shopkeeper of Kasempur village in Satkhira city, was selected to get admission in Marine Academy of Chittagong for his merit and money. He was spending days in uncertainty. He needed more than one lakh taka to get admission in Marine Academy Nautical.

 But it was not possible for the poor father to collect so much money at one time. 

So, Nirva's family was in extreme uncertainty about admission. Satkhira Superintendent of Police Mohammad Matiur Rahman Siddiqui arranged money for admission and other expenses when a news about this was published.