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Passivity serves the Status Quo, Time cries for Activism

Apr 29, 2012

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Mr. Julfikar Islam is currently studying Marketing (4th year) at University of Dhaka. He is truly an organizational being. He has been working with a number of knowledge-based organizations for last 3 years within the University. His area of specialization is Supply Chain Management. He also has an effective knowledge about Branding, Current Market trends. He has been blogging for last 1 year about these issues in a number of national blog and community website.

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Ruhul Kader
9 years ago

well said Julfikar, however, it is much easier said than done. It's easy to say that, go ahead and make things happen and there is nothing like impossible but questions often arise, is it that simple to start anything, do anything, make changes happen. Well, in western countries, they have enough scopes to grow for young people, to take and realize their initiative, do you really think in a 3rd world country like Bangladesh, girl like  "Meherin Sultana" has any other ways but watching serial and reading for BCS? If yes, then how? Is it only in theory?

Julfikar Moon
Julfikar Moon
Reply to  Ruhul Kader
9 years ago

If Motia chaowdhury,Bibi Russel,Selina Hossain,Nasrin Jahan,Wasifa Nazreen can do the creative and change-making jobs Meherin Sultana also has the opportunity as well as the capability to do so.Bangladesh is a land where Pritilota, Begum Rokeya,Sufia kamal,Jahanara Imam born.Whatever the coolest thing is that to make a change you need to start,you need to continue whatever happens.Thanks for your comment

Ruhul Kader
Reply to  Julfikar Moon
9 years ago

I really appreciate your answer but do you really think that, the name you mentioned, those people really did what they did out of nothing? However,  I do personally believe that, they did not rather it's a matter of opportunity and background you came from. Though, idea of trying is not bad.

Ashiqur Rab
Ashiqur Rab
9 years ago

It seems not myopic to women empowerment, rather it indeed urges to the inner empowerment which encourages to stand for change not in words actually in action. Thanks Julfikar.......  

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