The English Composition Competition Award at Sherpur
The English Composition Competition Award, organized by Mr. Syed Rafidul Amin Dakhu, founder and director of Oystern Academy,Sherpur, was presented on 31 March, 2013 on Friday, 4:30 pm; New Market, Sherpur; Occupations are held in the city.
Honorable Guest present on the occasion- Mr. Jeevan Krishna Bose (Head Teacher) Sherpur Government Girls’ High School; Mr. Md. Abul Kalam (Managing Director), Jamuna Bank Ltd., Sherpur Town, Mr. Moloy Mihan Ball (Acting Editor) Weekly Colors; Mr. Md. Fazlur Rahman (Principal) Idrissia Kamil Madrasa, Mr. Golam Mustafa (Science Teacher) Ideal Preparatory and High School, Sherpur; Mr. Md. Sajujjaman Sadi, Managing Director, Saki Auto Rice Mills (Pvt.) Ltd, Mr. Md. Chand Mia, noted playwright of the transformed drama and Mr. Raju Islam, President of Rupantar.
Other dignitaries and renowned members of the conversion were also present. Students of the Spoken English Course at the Oyster Academy at the beginning of the ceremony – Miss Marzia, Bristy, Sharmin, Bijli, Touhid, Shawon, Minal, Tamim, Miss Momo and Mr. Riyaz gave their identities in English in a very lively manner.
Apart from Mr. Sarwar, Miss Tumpa, Rakib, Shawon, Noman and Kauhar, among the new students, introduced their identity in English.
In the open English composition competition, only 13 people were selected successfully for the final episode of 192, and in the very best judgments of the wise judiciary, the best 3 people from the “A” section and the best 3 from the “B” category, Is. The winners are:
From “A” section:
1st place: Tasin, Kids Spoken English Student, Oyster’s Academy;
2nd place: Mr Adib (5th grade), Sherpur Government Victoria Academy;
3rd place: Md. Yusuf Islam Rabi (5th class), Gauripur Government Primary School.
From the “B” section
1st place: Tanjilla Mustari Orpi (9th class), Ideal Preparatory and High School, Sherpur;
2nd place: Miss Mina (10th class), Sherpur Government Girls’ High School;
3rd place: Miss Shawrna (10th grade), Sherpur Government Girls’ High School.
Honorable guests emphasized the importance of English education and gave valuable speeches. Mr. Syed Rafidul Amin Dukhu, founder director of the Oyster Academy, was in charge of the program.