Jamuna Lifestyle Brand "Hoor" Awards GPA-5 Achievers

Dhaka Post Desk

Senior Reporter

08 June 2024, 10:48 am

Jamuna Lifestyle Brand "Hoor" Awards GPA-5 Achievers

Jamuna Group's associate lifestyle brand 'Hoor' congratulated and awarded students who secured GPA 5 in the SSC examination this year.

A program was organized on this occasion at Jamuna Industrial Park in the Bejura area of Madhabpur Upazila, Habiganj, on Friday, June 7th, at 3 pm.

Member of Parliament for Habiganj-4 Constituency, Barrister Syed Sayedul Haque Sumon, was present as the chief guest. Jamuna Group Managing Director Shamim Islam and 10 Minute School CEO Ayman Sadiq were present as special guests.

Sumaiya Rosalin Islam, Managing Director of Hoor and Director of Jamuna Group, presided over the program.

Hoor has already won the hearts of people with its constant new designs and quality clothing. As part of its social responsibility, Hoor has taken this initiative to felicitate meritorious students this year. Hoor will play a supportive role in assisting these talented students in their higher education. Besides this, any kind of assistance will be continued to turn them into qualified and efficient manpower.

50 years ago, a visionary person, brave freedom fighter, and industrialist, the late Md. Nurul Islam, founded Jamuna Group.

From the very beginning, Jamuna Group has been working for the betterment of the country and the nation. By creating new opportunities and employment, Jamuna Group is also creating manpower in the spirit of serving the country. The late Md. Nurul Islam established Jamuna Industrial Park in Madhabpur, Habiganj, which has already provided employment for at least 30,000 people.

As part of future plans at the Jamuna Industrial Park, Jamuna Poly Silk, Jamuna Denim, Rotor Spinning, Tires, Paper Mill, and Power Plants are going to start operating soon. In addition, Jamuna Group has taken the initiative to create a textile university in Habiganj to develop modern manpower for Bangladesh's textile sector. The university will serve as a landmark for the students of the region.

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