‘Quality education crucial for building developed Bangladesh’

Published : 05 Oct 2021 03:03 AM | Updated : 05 Oct 2021 03:13 PM

Rangpur Metropolitan Police (RpMP) Commissioner Mohammad Abdul Alim  Mahmud has said quality education is crucial for building a developed Bangladesh to realise the people's dream. 

“Alongside flourishing their talents, students should come forward to build a Bangladesh free from corruption, terrorism, militancy and drugs,” he said while addressing a function organised by RpMP at its conference room on Sunday afternoon as the chief guest. 

“The RpMP organised the function for distribution of merit scholarships among 11 talented students, who are children of the RpMP families, for their brilliant results in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examinations- 2021,' a press release on Monday. 

Additional Commissioner of Police of RpMP Md Mehedul Karim, its Deputy Commissioner of Police (Headquarters) Md Mahidul Islam, Deputy Commissioner of Police (City Special Branch) Md Abu Bakar Siddique, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Detective Branch) Kazi Muttaki Ibnu Minan, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) Md Abu Maruf Hossain, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Md Menhazul Alam and senior officials were present. 

Later, the chief guest distributed certificates, medals and scholarship money among 11 brilliant students of RpMP families for their brilliant results in the last SSC and HSC examinations. 

He also wished the merit 

scholarship recipient brilliant students for their continuous success and brighter future.

On behalf of the scholarship recipient students, Imtiaz Karim of Rangpur Cantonment Public School and College and Ayesha Siddika of Rangpur Police Lines School and College expressed their feelings after getting certificates, medals and scholarship money.

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