June 19, 2013 | 02:41 AM (BD Time)
19 June, 2013 Wednesday
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Dreams to become a good teacher
Rasha Binte Mohiuddin:
Samshad Nowreen is a lecturer of Department of Geography and Environment of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology. Recently she got the South Asian Water Fellowship Award under Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM) from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). She passed SSC from Badda Alatunnessa High School and HSC from Begum Badrunnese Govt. College. Then both BSc and MSc from Department of Geography and Environment, University of Dhaka. She came from a middle class family. Her father was a Govt. employee. Among four siblings she is the youngest.
She has been trying to be a good teacher. She told The New Nation that at present she is working for the development course curriculum modification.
She is also giving effort to develop the GIS lab set up and surveying lab set up for Department of Geography and Environment, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology.
NN: You are a new teacher and your Department is also new. How are you working for the development of your Department?
Ans: I think co-operation in working environment is a must and it can create very strong base for developing anything.
NN: In which sector you are researching now?
Ans: "Adaptation practice of the beneficiary of Hakaluki Haor".
NN: How do you feel to improve our Environment?
Ans: We are using geography and environmental know-how in every sector, every seconds and every moments of our daily life. We must contribute something for the development of our surrounding environment of our country.
NN: What is your future plan?
Ans: I am trying to be a good teacher. I want to write something for our country to give message to the nation. I want to write on too much migration in capital city of our country. First we have to try to decentralize administrative office and industry to the periphery region. In recent times the water scarcity is increasing alarmingly in our country including Dhaka city. I want to work on it.
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