The Bangladeshi Perspective

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Chat with Syeda Adiba Arif on being an ambitious Business Student

This interview is from the series, the Bangladeshi Perspective. Who is Syeda Adiba Arif? Syeda Adiba Arif is a BBA graduate from the Institute of Business Administration (IBA), University of Dhaka and currently working as…

Makshudul Alom Manik: Breaking Barriers for Youth Empowerment

This interview is from the series, the Bangladeshi Perspective. Who is Manik? Makshudul Alom Manik is the co-founder of Youth Opportunities, a Global Shaper (Dhaka Hub) at the World Economic Forum, and a Partnership Management…

Chat with Abtahee Al Wasee: Challenging the Norms

This interview is from the series, the Bangladeshi Perspective. Who is Abtahee? Abtahee A. Wasee is a first year LLB student under the University of London’s distant learning program at LCLS (South). Recently he completed…

Chat with Sylvana Quader Sinha: Changing Healthcare in Bangladesh

This interview is from the series, the Bangladeshi Perspective. Sylvana Quader Sinha is the founder and CEO of Praava Health: a network of Family Health Centers where Patients come first. Here is her story, written…

Seeam's Personal Blogs

My Successful Harvard Essay

Before you Start It took me 3 years to share this essay since it’s so personal to me. This essay is dedicated to my brother, Sakeeb Shahid Noor, who inspired this work. The animated version…

“Seeam Bhai, How do I get into Harvard?” – The Resources You Need

If you want more content like this, check out my dedicated YouTube playlist on admissions. Why am I writing this Ever since I got into Harvard on March 30th, 2017, I have been asked this…

Success of Togbog — Celebrating Bangladeshis

Very recently, I was part of a group conversation where someone stated “Bangladeshis are inherently jealous in nature. They never encourage the success of a fellow Bangladeshi. They only know how to bring people down.”…

The problem of the educational organizations in Bangladesh

One massive problem that I have noticed in the mentality of the administrative board in many educational organizations (or just organizations in general) in Bangladesh and should be addressed immediately is a tendency to point…