Wednesday, November 7, 2018

My dream reaches me to my destination

My name is Md. Hazrat Ali. My father and mother, Bashir Uddin and Martuza Khatun, both died during my childhood. My elder brother and sister took care of me following their deaths. We are from Thakurgaon district. I moved from Thakurgaon to Cox’s Bazar in 2016 and was admitted to study at Cox’s Bazar Polytechnic College.

My college friend told me about the YES Center at Ramu Upazilla in Cox’s Bazar and the variety of free training courses that they offer. I had heard that those trainings were very helpful as many youth from my area have already gotten a job following their participation in the program. Because of the successes that I had seen amongst the youth in my community, I was encouragedto visit the YES center myself and found it to be a very nice place surrounded by natural views.

Monday, June 11, 2018

Employment of youth living in rural area? Now it’s not a barrier

Training makes a person skilled and inspired to move ahead. The YES Center Cox’s Bazar is one of the institutions, where many young people from Ramu in Cox’s Bazar received training for their future lives. Different courses of this Center help hundreds of young people to become self- reliant. The YES Center managed by YPSA provided a lot of opportunities to its students.

I am Hamid Hussein Azad. I live in Kala Khondoker Para village, which is located at South Mithacory in RamuUpazilla. The YES Center is a well-known place, located at Panerchora village, Mithathory union, RamuUpazilla in Cox’s Bazar district. I was also one of the students of this Center and I participated in three training, which were hotel management, life skills development and blog writing.

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

English Language Course in the YES Center : An opportunity for youth in rural village

Sheikh Farid Uddin Fahad
Hello, my name is Sheikh Farid Uddin Fahad! I live in Paner Chara village. The YES Center is located nearby. I am completing an English Language Course in the YES Center.

I know that this course is very effective and important, because English is an international language. Therefore, it is of special demand all over the world.

We know, that English is the main language to communicate with international communities.Actually, at present most of the companies in Bangladesh are looking for employees, that are proficient in English language. This criteria is reflected in the posted job vacancies. It is also true, that most of the books in higher education are published in English.

Monday, April 23, 2018

Hello! I am from Bangladesh

Jasim Uddin 

Hello! I am Jasim Uddin. My village is Kathalia , which is located to the East side of Moricha Bazar in Ukhia Thana in Cox’s Bazar district.

We are Bangladeshi. Around half of the population of our country is young. As Bangladesh is a developing country, we are facing various limitations. That’s why many people of our country do not want to involve themselves with self-employment. But from the beginning of my student’s life, I had a dream to establish an organization with young people, which will contribute for creating self employment.

At first I initiated and started to organize youth from my own community from the year 2014. Onwards two of my friends extended their hands to me. We named the organization JSR (Justice Solidarity Reunity) -student group. After a while we realized that for strengthening our initiatives we needed some capacity.

Friday, March 23, 2018

Importance of English language course in Cox’s Bazar

Ayesha Akter
I am Ayesha Akter. I am 19 years old. At present, I am a student of honors first year in Cox’s Bazar city college. Cox’s Bazar is my birthplace.

I am living in Cox’s Bazar from my childhood. For this reason, I love this district a lot. The longest sea beach in the world is located in this district. For this reason, it is a famous tourist spots in the whole world. This district is also famous for it’s other attractive tourist spots. Cox’s Bazar is one of the most vulnerable district for various types of natural and manmade disasters. Now millions of Rohingya refugees are staying in this host district.

Every year millions of tourists visit our country. Especially they come here to enjoy the natural beauty of Cox’s Bazar. Among those visitors, there are also women visitors. Female visitors prefer female tourist guides for ensuring their smooth visit.

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Hotel management course helps me to build my career in the hospitality sector

photo of Mobinul Hoque
Mobinul Hoque
My name is Mobinul Hoque, I am a student of 8th semester in Polytechnic Institution in Cox’s Bazar. Student life is the initial stage of our life. It is also a foundation stage and an important period for building a better future. A student can gather vast practical knowledge from his surrounding environments. Student life is the period for taking proper preparation for our practical life and skills driven education is very crucial for students in enhancing practical knowledge in this globalization.

I am also trying to enhance my practical knowledge for my job in future. And I prefer a job in the hospitality sector. Because the hotel sector is a vibrant sector and it is globally a very popular sector. One can know the diversity of real life from this sector. In the hotel sector we have a vast opportunity to build our career based in Cox’s Bazar and across our country.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Our commitment to build a Tobacco free Cox’s Bazar

Blogger Sumi Akhter
Sumi Akhter: We all know that tobacco is the single largest preventable cause of death and it is the only legally available consumer product, that kills people. Tobacco causes cancers of the lung, larynx, kidney, bladder, stomach, colon, oral cavity and esophagus as well as leukemia, chronic bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, ischemic heart disease, stroke, miscarriage and premature birth, birth defects and infertility, since tobacco contains 7000 chemicals, which are very harmful for health. Bangladesh is one of the countries, where both production and consumption of tobacco use is high. A study of WHO shows that 100,000 people die yearly and 382,000 people become disabled due to illness caused by tobacco related diseases in Bangladesh. Tobacco is not only harmful to health, but also to the economy, the environment, nutrition, poverty, women, children, adolescents and overall human rights.