The Junior Chamber International Bangladesh recognised ten young persons of Bangladesh for their achievements in various fields.
Regarding this, the voluntary organisation organised an event titled 'TOYP 2019' on Wednesday at Hotel Radisson Dhaka, said a press release.
Speaker of Bangladesh Jaitya Sangsad, Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury, handed over the awards to the ten young persons for their outstanding achievements and contributions to eight different fields.
Chief whip Noor E Alam Chowdhury was present at the programme as guest of honour while FBCCI president Sheikh Fazle Fahim graced the programme as special guest.
Abdullah Al Morshed has been awarded for his contributions to world peace and human rights, Asraful Hoque Sium for contributions to medical innovation and advancement, Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, member of parliament for contributions to sports, Mohibul Islam Chowdhury, MP for contributions to political accomplishment, Mohiuddin Ahmed for contributions to environmental leadership, Nusrat Faria for contributions to cultural achievement, Salman Karim for contributions to business, economic and entrepreneurial accomplishments, Shayan F Rahman for contributions to entrepreneurial accomplishment, Tahmina Mostafa for personal accomplishment and women leadership, and Tanvir A Mishuk for contributions to technological advancement, read the press statement.
The TOYP Bangladesh recognises young people who excel in their chosen fields and exemplify the best attributes of the country’s young people.
By recognising these young persons, JCI Bangladesh encourages them and other young people to seek excellence and serve for the betterment of the society, the statement added.
JCI national president, Iran Islam, TOYP committee chair and national treasurer Sakib Ahmed, TOYP committee co-chair Salehin F Nahiyan, executive vice president Sarah Kamal along with other national officers, local presidents members of JCI Bangladesh were present at the event.
Diplomats, government officials, business leaders, entrepreneurs, students and young professionals were present at the programme.