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Scholarship for Bangladeshi Students in Canada

Millions of dollars scholarship announced for Bangladeshi students in Canada


Millions of dollars scholarship announced for Bangladeshi students in Canada

On the occasion of International Mother Language Day, the founding president of ABM College in Calgary, Canada, Dr. Baten has announced the scholarship. The scholarship amounts to one million Canadian dollars. This scholarship will be given to the first one hundred students from Bangladesh who will come to Canada and study in this BM College.

Note that ABM College in Calgary has already become popular among students. A large number of students are studying here in various courses in quality education. Also, the special feature of the college is that the students of the college enter the job market as soon as they get quality education.

So far, more than ten thousand students have completed the course from here and are working with various Canadian institutions with a reputation. The college offers diplomas in various branches of health, business and information technology. Detailed information: www.abmcollege.com

ABM College President. Baten said in an exclusive interview with Channel I: ABM College will provide a scholarship of one million Canadian dollars to Bangladeshi students in 2022 to protect the dignity of the language in view of the International Mother Language Day. Bangladeshi students who come to Canada to study at ABM College will be able to apply for this scholarship.

He said: Our expatriates must come forward to make the golden Bengal of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu a reality. Otherwise, the dream will remain a dream. We want a large number of Bangladeshi students to come to this country and take advanced education to brighten the image of the country as well as make the country's economy more prosperous.

He further said that our expatriates irrespective of race, religion and caste have to come forward and play a strong role in bringing the language movement of '52, the great liberation war of 1971 and those who gave their lives for the country to the world and to keep the values ​​of red and green flag integrated. And there is no alternative to higher education for that purpose.

He further said that our expatriates irrespective of race, religion and caste have to come forward and play a strong role in bringing the language movement of '52, the great liberation war of 1971 and those who gave their lives for the country to the world and to keep the values ​​of red and green flag integrated. And there is no alternative to higher education for that purpose.

Note that Dr. Baten is directly involved in various social services and public welfare work in Bangladesh, including education and health.

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