Local MP and State Minister for Information and Broadcasting Murad Hasan has taken charge of Sumon’s medical admission. Now there is no fear about his medical admission.
Md. Sumon lives in Tariyapara village of Jamalpur Sarishabari upazila.
Md. Sumon has got the opportunity to get admission in Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College in Bogra in the medical admission test in the academic year 2020-21. However, in a world of scarcity, there were fears about whether he would study in the medical college or not. On April 10, a news was published under the headline, ‘Sumon’s medical admission in Sarishabari is uncertain’.
In the world of scarcity, Md. Sumon borrowed books from friends and taught privately to pay for his education. Father Md. Mintu works as a day laborer and runs the family.
Sumon got scholarship in fifth and eighth class. In 2016, Sumon got GPA-5 in Science from Sarishabari RDM Model Pilot High School in SSC examination. Later, he got admission in the science branch of Shaheed Syed Nazrul Islam College in Mymensingh by borrowing money. In 2020, he got GPA-5 from HSC in Science.
Sumon and her family were handed over Tk 20,000 for medical admission through Sakhayatul Alam, councilor of ward 5 of Sarishabari municipality on Saturday (April 10) night. State Minister Murad Hasan has promised to provide financial assistance for Sumon’s medical education.
Upazila Awami League vice-president Mahbubur Rahman also said that he would provide all possible assistance for Sumon’s medical studies. Fahima Akhter, a housewife from Sarishabari, said she would pay Taka 500 per month for Sumon’s medical education.
Sumon said to the reporters that, “I was thinking about medical admission. Now the thought of my admission is gone. There is no shortage of good people in this world. State Minister for Information and Broadcasting Murad Hasan Sir has sent Taka 20,000 at my home for my medical admission. He promised to help me financially in my studies.”
State Minister Murad Hasan said that, “I have taken the responsibility of Sumon’s medical admission. Sumon’s family has been given Taka 20,000. I will give financial support for Sumon’s education.”