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Book reading program at Viqarunnisa Noon School

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BishwoShahittoKendro, in association with bKash Limited, the largest mobile financial service provider in the country, expanded its book reading program at Viqarunnisa Noon School and college, aiming to enlighten the future generations through book reading. 

Professor Abdullah Abu Sayeed, Founder and Chief Executive of Bishwo Shahitto Kendro and Kamal Quadir, Chief Executive Officer of bKash Limited inaugurated the book reading program through handing over books to the students.

Major General Sheikh Md Monirul Islam (retd), Chief External & Corporate Affairs Officer of bKash andNaznin Ferdous, Principal of the school were also present at the program held at the Bashundhara campus auditorium of the institutions. bKash has been supporting the 'Nationwide Enrichment (Book Reading) Program' of Bishwo  Shahitto Kendro since 2014 and provided around 178, 000 books to the program.

bKash believes in the philosophy of improving the lives of the common mass by providing mobile financial services at an affordable cost, in most secured and convenient way. The focus is to bring the unbanked population into formal financial activities to help the economy of Bangladesh at large.

In conformity with its effort, bKash believes that the society can be enlightened through well-read people who would have broadened vision to contribute in different fields of development of the country. In its persistent effort to see the infusion of 'Enlighte-nment' and 'Develo-pment', bKash would continue to support the initiative of 'Book Distribution' of BishwoShahittoKendro in the years to come.

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