Yusuf Munna; an amazing guy! NULL

Yusuf Munna is a young entrepreneur, writer and social worker. he loves to dream and also loves to make others dream. this young lad of positive mentality doesn't like the so-called imposed rules at all. He always loves to think of going beyond boundary. All extraordinary ideas come up from his head. Of course, his ideas are not fixed to any limited subjects. some of his ideas are to change for the life of the underprivileged people and some to shine talent.

The social condition of Bangladesh is something like if a student during his studentship does something out of study or text, he is surely to be rebuked. It is assumed that the boy is being derailed gradually. This is not an exception for Yusuf as well. So these activities are not supported usually. A student has only the burden of twelve books and home tutors. In midst of all of these, Yusuf never did forget dreaming and never got derailed from the track. He is performing many works successfully going beyond the circle drawn by the society and overcoming all obstacles.

This optimistic lad is busy to prove the so-called perceptions of the society wrong. Though his works are based on different subjects, but all are being done simultaneously. According to him, Age is not a matter to do something but desire is important.

As a young entrepreneur: This independent- driven and free-thinking young lad likes to lead all the time. This mentality makes him an entrepreneur. Yusuf Munna has established country's first bicycle related blog " www.theBicycleBlog.com" to make people aware of and interested in green vehicles and to let people know more about the opportunities for driving bicycle and its many related informations. This has been appreciated by many young lads. His " Clear Concept- Board Game" is coming to give clear concept on any topics along with making study more enjoyable.

As a writer: It is heard from my father that he also wrote poem from his childhood. Still he writes sometimes and reads it out to us. I can say that the qualities of my writing are derived from my father." said Munna. He also has got the inclination to writing from his childhood. The more interesting information about him is that he wrote poem first when he was at seven. He also wrote English poem about his friend when he was eight- year old. His writings were started with his personal diary. Though his writings were started with poems, now he writes articles. As a writer, Yusuf Munna is writing daily on interesting scientific topics in the local newspaper" the daily Purbakone". He is also writing in different monthly journals and his personal blog. Beside this, As a child journalist, he is also working on the first ever bangla portal " hello.bdnews24.com" on child journalism , demanding the child rights in the world. At present, he is editing in an online Magazine" www.reflectiveTeens.com" along with his writings.

As a Social-worker: My father asked me some small questions still I remember today. when I would sit with him, For example -" suppose, you are going to school by a bamboo bridge. suddently it is observed that a patient is also being taken to Hoaspital at the same time. here mentioned that only two people can go through the bamboo bridge. What would you do?
Then I would Give answer thoughtfully "I think that these types of questions help me to observe people 's sufferings and inspire me to think of them. Thus he has described the story of his inclination created to help towards the underpriviliged people. His childhood is spent in village, these underpriviliged people lived around him. He came to town for study at the age of ten. while he was in town,, the situation that the village people were lagging behind to the town 's caught on his eyes easily. For this reason, He established "YM foundation" to help these underpriviliged people by saving his money from scholarship and own expenses with his village friends. This young group is working for environmental, cultural & social development.
Recently, A library is going to be built to enlighten the people of this area through the initiating of this young group.
"ONE DAY, ONE TAKA " is the most favourite ideas among his given ideas. Through establishing his idea it is possible to change the idea of the underpriviliged people. This idea is going to be established very soon..

Achievement : One of his proposals to devolop and digitalize the country 's educational system was highly appreciated by children and young people. and it was proposed on the honourable national parliament afterwards.
He got the opportunity to participate in the IRMC - 2014 held in South korea, becoming 3rd in national level RMMC. Besides in many scientific, technological and cultural competions, he is getting success daily and remarkably.

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