Published:  12:52 AM, 13 September 2017

Sajeeb Wazed Joy: A simulacrum of an opulent future of Bangladesh

Sajeeb Wazed Joy: A simulacrum of an opulent future of Bangladesh

The age which wants to have dreams and passes joyful life faced a black period and egregious uncertainties. The age in which it is usual to have a colorful life with the family members had to bear the agony of life after losing most of the close and dearest members of the family. The age had watched how agony could grab all the colors of life and how life could become more painstaking.   

Sajeeb Wazed Joy, the grandson of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (the best among all the Bangalees), was fomented in such an environment.  He has the opportunity to stick to his beloved mother, today's Prime Minister Shiekh Hasina who has frequently gone through risks of her life for establishing the democracy and rights of the people. He has eyed how his beloved father had devoted his whole life in scientific researches and studies in spite of many obstacles. His birth is deeply connected to the history of the great Liberation War of Bangladesh.

As he he was born in 1971, his beloved grandmother named him 'Joy' keeping conformity with the victory of Bangladesh. In his childhood he got the teachings from his family that he would have to establish himself as a competent human being. He completed his school and college life in St. Joseph College at Nainital of India and Kodaikanal International School at Palani Hills of Tamil Nadu. Then he achieved the Bachelor of Science Degree on Computer Science, Physics and Mathematics from the University of Bangalore.

Due to having immense thirst for knowledge he also received another Bachelor of Science Degree on Computer Engineering from the University of Texas at Alingtorn of UK. Then he received his Masters degree in Public Administration from the Kenedy School of Government of University of Harvard. In this way Sajeeb Wazed Joy, the icon of the young generation, has completed his education life with immense credit.

Then he thought to serve the people of his motherland along with his mother. But at that initial time evil power had captured the throne of the country. The motherland was besmirched due to the emersion of dictators and reprimands of the war criminals.   Barbarous grenade attack was launched to vanish the historic and leading political party "Bangladesh Awame league and its chairperson and popular mass leader Shiekh Hasina. Sajeeb Wazed Joy came to his beloved motherland in 2004 in such a critical tenure and vowed to take these challenges. Before joining to the politics he gathered public opinion in the USA and Europe against the cable of the undemocratic caretaker government in the term of Minus Two Formula in 2008.

Sajeeb Wazed Joy joined to Bangladesh Awame League on 25th February, 2010 as a member of Rangpur Zilla Awami League with a great target to rebuild Bangladesh. He started working as the Information, Communication and Technology Advisor of the Prime Minister.

He has been playing his role in the government's blueprint to make Bangladesh a digital one in order to transfigure the mass population of our country into human resources in technology. His epoch making decisions and strategies have aided to ameliorate revolutionary progresses in information technology of the country. The outfit of mobile phones and internet users has risen due to his hard efforts. Investment has been come to this country from the Silicon Valley.

Sajeeb Wazed Joy started the program of Young Bangla which is a large platform for the young change makers where steps are taken to build coordination among the young entrepreneurs and train them. He started the Vision-2021 internship program trough which young generations for the first time are getting scope to internships in various ministries. In 2007 he was elected as Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum as an Information and Communication Technology specialist. He is the first Bangladeshi who achieved this rare honor in front of the world community. Sajeeb Wazed Joy is also famous as a progressive writer worldwide. His writings have been publish in the world famous journals like Harvard Preview.

He submitted his long plans to make Bangladesh a digital country especially in information and technology by building up a strong IT industry, promulgating E-governance and IT education in all levels to the government. In order to achieve the targets of quick development of Bangladesh he has emphasized on the more use of technology and modern means. Through E-governance a transparent mechanism can be established which will effectively reduce the    bureaucratic corruption and longevity. He has taken the project to provide each student with a laptop to build skilled and educated generations in IT sector.

He hoped that in this way Bangladesh will turn into a field of IT outsourcing within next few years. He cherished the dream that within 2021 the IT industry of our country will secure its position over the textile and garment industry. He has participated in two programs named 'Let's Talk' and 'Policy Café' and heard the speeches of the young and talked to them on the ways how to lead the country more progressively.

Bangladesh has converted into the low middle incoming country from the low incoming country under the invincible leadership of the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. In this way Bangladesh is running fast in order to become a middle incoming country within 2021 and developed country within 2041. Sajeeb Wazed Joy has shaped and galvanized himself to participate in the nation building mission along with his beloved mother, Prime Minister, mass leader and pioneer of the country, Shiekh Hasina. He is the pathfinder of the Sonar Bangla of the Father of the Nation (Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman). That's why; he has been the simulacrum of the future Bangladesh and an ideal model for the young generation.

The writer is a student at Dhaka University and a general member of Dhaka University Moot Court Society.

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