Bangladesh in the progress of prosperity. There is no alternative for a qualified and educated person to bring the touch of modernization in the country Along with the development of the country, higher education is required for the development of people’s livelihood Therefore, every year millions of students in the country dream of completing higher secondary education.
At the beginning of his career, a student has to overcome the most difficult hurdle in the education system of Bangladesh after passing HSC to enter higher education. In this episode, it is decided whether the long-cherished dream of ten / twelve years will come true or not.
Because the number of public universities in the country is much less to provide higher education to a large number of students in Bangladesh for this reason, many students from Bangladesh migrate abroad every year to pursue higher education but there are many students who are not properly aware of higher education abroad Every year many fake institutions use this ignorance of the students to deceive the simple students. That’s why Mustak Ahmmed Shanto, a young education entrepreneur and CEO of Global Process Ltd, provides step-by-step guides to protect students from fraud.
Mustak Ahmmed Shanto is a popular Bangladeshi Musical Artist, Medical Doctor, Educational Entrepreneur, Musician, Film producer, Businessman, Consultant, Educationist, Social Activist & Social Influencer.” He is Mostly known as an educational entrepreneur rather than a Musician. Mustak also a self-published author, has published several books.
For a bright future career, Higher education abroad depends on the right decision. Due to these reasons, many students and their parents became anxious in the aftermath of HSC. Education entrepreneur Mustak Ahmmed advises quiet students about higher education and careers abroad.
From the Entrepreneur Interview today, we will learn the story of an education entrepreneur who helps students from all over the country to apply for a university abroad, including visa. Twenty-two-year-old Mustak Ahmmed Shanto is an education entrepreneur at a young age, he is now widely known as an education entrepreneur in Bangladesh and is a reflection of his success in this sector.
Mustak was born and raised in Mymensingh. Mustak Ahmmed is currently a medical student at China Three Gorges University. In addition to his studies, he has set up a student consultancy firm called ‘Global Process Limited’ in Dhaka to help the students of the country. Many students suffer from indecision in choosing higher education subjects. So, the right guide line is needed.
Journalist: Why did you decide to become an education entrepreneur besides studying?
Mustak: The turning point in my educational life is higher education but many students fall behind in the competition for admission to public universities and government medical colleges, leaving students seeking higher education frustrated. I always wanted to do something for these frustrated students of the country. The vast majority of career decisions are based on higher education.
Journalist: Why did you plan to work for the students?
Mustak: The number of seats in public universities is very low for a large number of students in the country So to work for higher education and students abroad with a plan to eliminate this poverty of education Currently I am working in good universities in world ranking in different countries of Asia and Europe. It is our job to admit and accommodate Bangladeshi students with scholarships through my institution.
Journalist: What are you currently doing for students?
Mustak: The opportunities for higher education in the country are scarce, with higher education playing a leading role in transforming the vast population of Bangladesh into manpower. The dream of the students is to study in a good university with world ranking abroad Under my leadership, Global Process Limited arranges for students to study at reputed educational institutions abroad.
My organization Global Process Limited assists students in university admissions, tuition, tuition fee management and studies as well as work related matters. Currently, we have collaborated on various issues including admission process, visa processing in different universities of more than 10 countries including China, Malaysia, India, Russia, Ukraine, Canada. Besides, I am engaged in various social activities including distribution of free educational materials, voluntary blood donation program.
Journalist: Who / what role did you play in becoming an education entrepreneur?
Mustak: I’m still learning and pursuing my dreams. As an education entrepreneur, I got support from my family at the beginning of my life. Not to mention the name of one of the people I have been most inspired by outside the family, my favorite person is an education entrepreneur’s Cambrian Education Group Chairman Lion M. K. Bashar Sir.
Journalist: How did you get the response from the students?
Mustak: A lot of people around me said a lot at the beginning of my venture, yet I was adamant in my decision. I am proud to be able to help students with the right information I got a very good response by the grace of God With our advice, more than five hundred students are studying with the reputation of the outside world Moreover, during the Corona epidemic, we have arranged for the admission of students online I don’t want anyone to be confused about getting higher education abroad.
Journalist: What are your future plans?
Mustak: We have to go far at present I am working to establish several branches of my organization in the divisional cities We are working to build a Global Health Institute of Medical Science Hospital and Research Center (proposed) for the research of medical students and for the treatment of the poor and helpless. Inshallah, I will start its work by 2022 Besides.
Journalist: What about your achievements ?
Mustak: Alhamdulillah, in recognition of my work, I have received many honors, including the Best Education Entrepreneur Award.
Journalist: What is your advice for entrepreneurs ?
Mustak: There is no alternative to being a new entrepreneur to play a role in the country’s economy New entrepreneurs need to work with confidence To my knowledge, no university in the country has any short or long term entrepreneurship courses. I think it is necessary to introduce courses for entrepreneurs.