Raju Ahmed is the youngest among the six siblings who lived in Chhotobonogram ,Uttorpara of Rajshahi District. His father is a painter by profession and the mother looks after the house. Being the only earner Raju’s father always witnessed an unforeseen family crisis that depleted their livelihood. Hence, ensuring education for all the six children was uncertain for him. One day Raju got to know about UCEP Bangladesh General School from his friends. He immediately informed this to his father, who made no delay and came to the school to know more about the curriculum that UCEP Bangladesh follows. Perceiving all information Raju was eventually enrolled at UCEP Chhotobonogram City Corporation School. Raju successfully passed Class VIII and then got admitted at the SSC (Vocational) from UCEP Rajshahi Technical School. His remarkable result motivated him to step up higher. He earned Diploma in Engineering in Electrical Technology from Popular Polytechnic Institute, Rajshahi. Meanwhile, he decided to take teaching as a part-time profession besides studies. He opened a coaching center named ‘Satota Private Coaching Center’. This small attempt turned out to be a big success in Raju’s life. As he gained popularity as a teacher locally, the coaching center resumed expanding. With the success of the coaching center, Raju then focused to practically implement his area of interest (Electrical technology) and contribute therein. With this plan, Raju opened ‘Satota Electronics’ shop – an electronic items sales and servicing outlet. Thereafter, Raju formed a Mrittika Consumer Goods Samobai Samity and recently he established Bangladesh National School and College. There is no brake for Raju. With his popularity as a teacher and then as a businessman Raju now earns above BDT 30000.00 monthly. He is happy to contribute to the family as well as society. Raju said, “It’s all because of UCEP Bangladesh that I could establish myself and bring smiles on hundreds of faces among my students. Once I thought I would remain illiterate and now the society deems me as a teacher. I want to remove poverty and establish social inclusion, which is one of the principles of UCEP Bangladesh.”

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