US Ambassador to Bangladesh Earl Miller has congratulated Sylhet’s 20 newest graduates of the US State Department-funded English Access Microscholarship Programme.
He praised the 10 young women and 10 young men from local madrasas and public schools for their hard work in completing the course during the pandemic and encouraged them to continue their studies to prepare for the future.
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“Bangladesh just marked its Golden Jubilee – the day when it declared its intention and ability to chart its own path. There’s no better time to recognise the power of young minds – like yours – to design the next 50 years. You can take your new skills and use them as leaders who will shape the future of Bangladesh,” he said during a virtual ceremony on Monday.