Success Story

Consumer Electronics

Trainee Name: Ali Azim

Course/Trade Name: : Consumer Electronics

Registration Number: 2500034359 (Step-3 Batch-2)

Training Center Name: Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex

Duration of Training: 3 (Three) Months

Organization/Association: NUSA

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Ali Azim, son of Salim Ahmed Sagar, is a poor farmer in Alampur village, Srinagar upazila, Munshiganj district. Ali Azim is number four among three brothers and two sisters. He is a child of a very poor family, his father is a poor farmer, mother is a housewife by profession. His father earns a living by plowing people’s land and doing agricultural work. His father, in a world of poverty and poverty, was left to run his family. Due to financial problems, he couldn’t read and write more. Due to a lack of skills and work experience, he couldn’t do any work. As a result, he gradually becomes an unemployed youth. He drowned in the sea of despair. One day Nusa Multi-dimensional Training Complex (NUSA) through field workers of Munshiganj District will know about the extent of PKSF’s training, managed by SEIP-PKSF, with the help of ADB and the Ministry of Finance, residential technical training is arranged for destitute and unemployed youth/young women. He applied to the Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex (Nusa) for admission and was offered admission to the “Consumer Electronics” (three months) trade. After enrolling in the course, he diligently undertook training for three months.

Social and financial status of the trainee after training

Take technical education, and build the country with skilled hands. After hearing this slogan for getting rid of unemployment and sustainable quality development NUSA Multi-Dimensional Training Complex (NUSA) from Naria, Shariatpur, took technical training in the “Consumer Electronics” trade. Managed by SEIP-PKSF, with the support of ADB and the Ministry of Finance, the Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex (NUSA) provides technical education to unemployed youth in a three-month residential, course with certification and employment at the end of the training. As a result of receiving training from Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex (Nusa), Naria, Shariatpur, he is now working as a worker at “Azeem Electronics” Shekhar Nagar, Munshiganj, Srinagar. After training with the help of the Job-Placement Officer of NUSA Organization, working efficiently as a General Worker in “Azeem Consumer Electronics”, Shekhar Nagar Srinagar, Munshiganj. By working consistently, his work efficiency increases. There his monthly salary is 15000/- (Fifteen thousand) Taka. With this, he can support his own family and father financially. The people around his area are also happy about his success. He hopes to improve his future skills in life. Now me and my family are very well. Thanks to this initiative of the Government of Bangladesh sincere thanks and gratitude to the Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex (Nusa) run by SEIP-PKSF.

Trainee Name: Birbal Bornaji

Course/Trade Name: Consumer Electronics

Registration Number: 2500032849 (Step-3 Batch-2)

Training Center Name: Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex

Duration of Training: 3 (Three) Months

Organization/Association: NUSA

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Birbal Bonarjee is the son of Banmali Bonarjee of Dakshinbagh village of Baralekha upazila of Moulvibazar in Sylhet, one of the tea exporting districts of Bangladesh. Birbal Bonarjee is the youngest among four brothers and one sister. Birbal, the son of a poor family, spends his life without any food in the hands of the poor. Both his parents are tea workers in Patharia tea plantation. It is very difficult for both of them to run their family and support their children with the little salary they get each month. Birbal has passed SSC by constantly fighting with poverty and studying. After that, with no more opportunities to study, he wanders around unemployed and looking for work, but due to a lack of skills, he can’t do any work. Gradually he becomes a burden to the family and depression consumes him. In this situation, he came to know that an organization called Noosa in collaboration with PKSF at Christian Missionary No. 7 Khasiapunji near his area will hold a community mobilization meeting to select suitable trainees. Then with permission from his parents, he came to Shariatpur Naria along with Nusa officials and thus started his journey. After that, the environment here, the sincerity of the staff, and the good food arrangement attracted Birbal very much. He started mastering the work of “Consumer Electronics” with great sincerity and patience for three months while staying at this center. By doing this, Birbal, the boy of the tea garden in the hilly area, was filled with happiness and praised everyonethus he learned the work well for three months in a happy environment and received the certificate.

Social and financial status of the trainee after training

After that, Birbal returned to his home area in the Patharia tea garden of Baralekha Upazila of Moulvibazar district and with the help of his parents bought some equipment and using the training experience, Birbal started his life war by regularly working on “consumer electronics” in the tea garden area and slowly. Gradually his identity and reputation of work increased thus he became a skilled technician in the area and now earns an average of 10-12 (ten to twelve thousand) taka per month by working daily. Now he spends his days happily and peacefully after having three meals with his family and siblings while also saving some money.

Fashion Garments

Trainee Name: Khadija Akhtar Akhi

Course/Trade Name: Fashion Garments

Registration Number: 2500030626 (Step-3, Batch-2)

Training Center Name: Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex

Duration of Training: 3 (Three) Months

Organization/Association: NUSA

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Khadija Akhter Akhi, daughter of Abul Hossain of Madbarkandi village of Naria upazila of Shariatpur district, is the eldest among two brothers, one sister, Khadija Akhter Akhi is the child of a poor family, her father is a day laborer, mother is a housewife by profession. Her Father takes cow barga from humans and rears the cow. In a family of poverty, the income of his father somehow managed their family. Her father struggled to drive their three siblings. Despite financial difficulties, Khadija passed HSC due to her indomitable spirit. In the meantime, her father married her to a boy from Malaysia through a mobile phone. But Khadija spends most of her time sitting at home and passing through the days in depression like this. Khadija’s mental condition is very bad and she starts looking for work but due to lack of skills and experience, no work is possible for her. An indebted member of his mother (Nusa) went to pay weekly installments to the association and came to know through the Nusa field workers that the Nusa Multidimensional Training Complex provides training to unemployed children in various three-month courses with good food and skilled instructors. He then approached the Nusa Training Center for admission and was offered admission into the “Fashion Garments” trade at the Nusa Multidimensional Training Complex (Nusa). After enrolling in the course, she learns to work very carefully and slowly her confidence grows while training she starts making different designs of clothes feels some peace of mind and completes the training successfully.

Social and financial status of the trainee after training

One of the mottos of technical education is to take technical education and build the country with skilled hands. After hearing this slogan, for unemployment relief and sustainable quality development, Nusa Multidimensional Training Complex (Nusa), from Naria, Shariatpur, took technical training in the “Fashion Garments” trade. Managed by PKSF-SEIP, Nusa Multidimensional Training Complex with support from ADB and Ministry of Finance. (Nusa) provides residential three-month basic course technical training to the unemployed youths and provides them with a certificate and employment according to the trade. After buying a machine, her familiarity with the area gradually increased and her income also increased. Now she is a self-reliant woman and earns an average of 12,000/- (twelve thousand) per month with this, he can financially support himself and his family members, especially his father, and contribute to the education expenses of his siblings. She hopes to make mini garments for their local market by doing this in the future. According to Khadija, now I am very good with my family. Finally, I thank the Bangladesh government for this initiative. I also thank the PKSF I NUSA authorities.

Trainee Name: Khadija Akhtar Akhi

Course/Trade Name: Fashion Garments

Registration Number: 2500030626 (Step-3, Batch-2)

Training Center Name: Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex

Duration of Training: 3 (Three) Months

Organization/Association: NUSA

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Ritu Akhtar is the daughter of daily laborer Azhar Sardar of Adashan village of Damudya upazila of Shariatpur district. Ritu’s position is number four among three brothers and two sisters. At the age of 18, Ritu got married in Damudya Upazila, but fate did not help her for a long time. After only three and a half years of marriage, Ritu had to leave the family due to the oppression of her husband. Already a daughter was born to them. In this situation, Ritu had to spend her days in her father’s house in a helpless state. They spend their days without ever eating. Ritu can’t find any way. At times, she was worried and felt as if countless red and blue balls were dropping in front of her eyes. Suddenly one day, through the field worker of Nusa’s Moderhat branch, she came to know about a 3-month skill training in “fashion garments” for girls under the SEIP project in Nusa. After the training, certificates of international standards are awarded. Also, those who are willing to work are assisted in providing jobs in various organizations. Loan assistance is provided from Nusa to those who wish to be self-employed. Hearing this, Ritu along with her brother came to Nusa Multidimensional Training Center Naria and after doing detailed research, she enrolled in the “Fashion Garments” course on 30.12.2021. He trained earnestly for three months, during which he started making competitive modern quality garments, which boosted his confidence. During the training period, the pleasant atmosphere here, and the sincerity of the staff and the trainers impressed Ritu. Due to this he has a stress-free time and completes the training successfully.

Social and financial status of the trainee after training

After training, Ritu went back to her father’s house and through her father, Ritu took a loan of Tk 30,000 from the Nusa Matherhat branch. With that money, she bought sewing machines and clothes from Dhaka Islampur Market with her father and started getting regular work orders. Also, by buying and selling various clothes used for girls, day by day, his acquaintance increased, and the number of customers also increased. Now he earns twice to fifteen thousand rupees a month. Expanded. Their future dreams and plans are to educate their daughter in higher education to make her a good person and to have a shop in Moderhat Bazar in the form of mini garments and make herself self-reliant.

Auto Mechanics

Trainee Name: Sabuj Baraik

Course/Trade Name: Auto Mechanics

Registration Number: 2500026516 (Step-2 Batch-3)

Training Center Name: Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex

Duration of Training: 3 (Three) Months

Organization/Association: NUSA

 

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Sabuj Baraik is the son of tea worker father Kant Baraik of Shamshernagar village of Kulaura upazila of Moulvibazar district. Sabuj Baraik is the second among two sisters and two brothers. He is a child of a poor family, his father is a tea worker, his mother is a homemaker, and his father works as a day laborer in the Moulvibazar tea garden, how does his family survive on what he earns? His father struggled to raise his four brothers and sisters in a family of poverty. On the one hand, his sisters are slowly growing up, he does not sleep at night thinking how he will marry his sisters, how he will stand by his needy family, and how he will relieve the fatigue of his parents. Due to financial problems, he couldn’t study more for the SSC side. As a result, he gradually became an unemployed youth. In this, he drowns in the sea of despair and darkness surrounds him. Naria Development Association (NUSA) in collaboration with PKSF organized a workshop to recruit trainees in the area from which Green Growers learned that 3 months of skilled “Auto Mechanics” training has been arranged for boys under the SEIP project. Also, those who are willing to work are assisted in providing jobs in various organizations. And those who want self-employment resources are provided by Nusa. Hearing this, he applied to the Nusa Multidimensional Training Complex (Nusa) for admission to the Sabuj Baraik and got the opportunity to enter the “Auto Mechanics” trade. After enrolling in the course, he felt some peace of mind and completed the training successfully.

Social and financial status of the trainee after training

After the training of auto mechanics course, through the job placement officer of Nusa, he came to know that some number of ‘junior machine operator’ people will be recruited in the RFL factory in Olipur, Habiganj, Sylhet, with the help of the job placement officer of Nusa. He got a job in that factory. Initially, his salary was fixed at Rs.8000/- (Eight Thousand) he continued to perform his duties with sincerity, and gradually his work quality got noticed by the officials there now he was promoted to ‘Senior Machine Operator’ with overtime per month. 12000/- (twelve thousand) is getting a salary with his salary now his father mother siblings are happy and peaceful and family is getting back.

Sabuj Baraik thanked the Government of Bangladesh for such an initiative, as well as PKSF and Nusa authorities, and his family is grateful.

Electrical Installation and Maintenance

Trainee Name: Md Rakib

Course/Trade Name: Electrical Installation and Maintenance

Registration Number: 2500021081 (Step-3 Batch-5)

Training Center Name: Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex

Duration of Training: 3 (Three) Months

Organization/Association: NUSA

 

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Md. Rakib Hossain, son of village van driver Ruhul Amin, is from Naria upazila of Shariatpur district. Md. Rakib Hossain is the youngest of two sisters and two brothers, he is a child of a very poor family, his father is a van driver working under Dewan Bakery in local Naria Bazar, mother is a housewife by profession. He is the 4th of four children of his parents. His father earns from driving the van of Dewan Bakery, which somehow sustains their family. His father was unable to support his four siblings in a family of poverty. Due to financial problems, he couldn’t study beyond the 10th standard. Due to a lack of skills and work experience, he couldn’t get any job. As a result, he gradually becomes an unemployed youth. He drowned in the sea of despair. One day, through the miking and distribution of leaflets from Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex (Nusa), he came to know that a 3-month skilled “Electrical Installation and Maintenance” training was arranged for boys under the SEIP program. He applied to Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex (Nusa) for admission and was offered admission to the “Electrical Installation and Maintenance” trade. After enrolling in the course, he felt some peace of mind.

Social and financial status of the trainee after training

Take technical education, build the country with skilled hands, if you take technical education, you can get work abroad. After hearing this slogan, to get rid of unemployment and sustainable quality development, Nusa undertook technical training in “Electrical Installation and Maintenance” trade from Multi-Dimensional Training Complex (Nusa), Naria, Shariatpur. Managed by SEIP-PKSF, with the support of ADB and the Ministry of Finance, the Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex (Nusa) provides residential three-month basic course technical training to unemployed youth, followed by certification and employment. After receiving training from Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex (NUSA), Naria, Shariatpur, he went from unemployed through “Job-Placement Officer” to today working as a General Worker in “Konika Electronics” Naria Bazar, Shariatpur, initially his salary was only 7000/-(thousand) Taka. By working continuously, his work efficiency increases. Now his monthly salary allowance is 10000/- (ten thousand) Taka. With which he can financially support himself and his family members, especially his father. Seeing this, the people around his area expressed their joy of his success. He hopes to improve his future skills in life. Now me and my family are very well. Finally, thanks for this initiative of Bangladesh Government and also thanks to Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex (NUSA) run by SEIP-PKSF.

Mobile Phone Servicing

Trainee Name: Rashedul Islam

Course/Trade Name: Mobile Phone Servicing

Registration Number: 2500018774 (Step-  Batch-4)

Training Center Name: Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex

Duration of Training: 3 (Three) Months

Organization/Association: NUSA

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Rashidul Islam is the third among four sisters and one brother, the son of Samsul Molla, a small tea shopkeeper of Shikarmangal village in Kalkini upazila of Madaripur district. He is a child of a very poor family and his mother has been a cancer patient for the past 5 years. Rashedul grew up normally after birth but gradually a disease took hold in his body that he could no longer walk like a normal person, his one leg became almost useless, and even after long treatment he did not get better. They do not run their family in any way. In the poverty-stricken world, his father struggled to educate his five brothers and sisters and manage the family. Even through this, Rashedul was tutored and passed Alim from the madrasa line and then could not study anymore. Due to his leg problem, he is unable to do any other work. For a long time, he continues to live an unemployed life. One day, through the field worker of the Nusa Kalkini branch, he came to know that a 3-month skilled “Mobile Phone Servicing” training had been arranged for boys under the SEIP project. Also, those who are willing to work are assisted in providing jobs in various organizations. And those willing to self-employment are provided with loans from Nusa. Hearing this, Rashidul Islam applied for admission to Nusa Multidimensional Training Complex (Nusa) and got the opportunity to be admitted to the “Mobile Phone Servicing” trade. After enrolling in the course, he mastered the mobile phone work with sincerity and focus and successfully completed the 3 months training.

Social and financial status of the trainee after training

Then Rashedul returned to his area and with the help of his father took a loan of Tk 30,000 (thirty thousand) from the Nusa Kalkini branch and with that money bought some goods and rented a small shop with his father’s tea shop and started mobile servicing. Slowly his familiarity in the area increased and the business continued to go well. Rashedul ran the family with his income treated his mother and paid Nusa’s installments. Later he again took a loan of 50,000/- (fifty thousand) from the Kalkini branch in Nusa, besides mobile servicing work, he also started studio work based on the needs of the area and enlarged the shop. takes He is now earning Rs.20,000/- (twenty thousand) on an average per month and Rashedul is now living well with his family.
Rashedul dreams that he will become a big businessman and establish himself in society.

Trainee Name: Nur Hossain

Course/Trade Name: Mobile Phone Servicing

Registration Number: 2500029688 (Step-3 Batch-2)

Training Center Name: Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Complex

Duration of Training: 3 (Three) Months

Organization/Association: NUSA

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Nur Hossain is the son of Abdul Rahim Mollar and Nasima Begum of Singaria village of Angaria upazila of Shariatpur district. Nur Hossain is the second among five brothers and sisters. He was not very focused on his studies. Noor Hossain studied in madrasa till eighth grade. He was unemployed. He was considered a burden to the family. There was no participation in social and local work. An older brother in the neighborhood helped a little in the work. The village market was very hot in the summer afternoon. A shop in the middle of the market. Although there were no crowds in other shops, a few people were seen in this shop. A shop called Abri Mobile Phone Servicing was seen in that direction. There is a 20-year-old young man in Punjabi garb talking to customers and selling mobile phone servicing items according to their needs. After talking, it was revealed that his name is Nur Hossain, and their shop was not in this condition even a year ago. Two years ago, Nur Hossain’s elder brother Abir Hossain started a mobile phone servicing business. His brother employs Nur Hossain in the shop. Noor Hossain did not know how to help his brother Abir Hossain. There was not much business success. One day, his elder brother came to know through a field worker of the Angaria branch of Nusa, with the financial support of the Palli Karma-Sahayak Foundation, various types of technical training are being provided free of cost to unemployed men and young women under the Skills for Employment Investment Program (SEIP) project through Nusa Multidimensional Training Center. He contacted the Nusa Naria branch for details on training. Knowing the details from there, Nur Hossain decided to take a three-month mobile phone servicing training to end his unemployed life. Enrolled in Nusa Multi-Dimensional Training Center’s three-month mobile phone servicing training and successfully completed the training program through hard work.

Social and financial status of the trainee after training

Along with technical education during the training period, he identified the weaknesses of the business in business discussions and made proper business management decisions. From the training, Nur Hossain was able to complete the mobile phone servicing work efficiently. After the training, he returned home with the help of his father and elder brother and collected Tk 50,000/-(fifty-six thousand) and rented a shop in Chakdha Bazar of Naria upazila of Shariatpur district and started mobile phone servicing there. He is earning an average of 10,000/- (Ten thousand) per month and since he is studying in a madrasa, he is performing the duties of a muezzin in a mosque in that area and earning an average of 6,000/- (Six thousand) per month. He took responsibility for the family by earning money and taking care of the sorrow of his parents.

Nur Hossain dreams that he will become a big businessman and work for the welfare of the people of the country.