আপডেটঃ ১২:০৩ পূর্বাহ্ণ | এপ্রিল ২৩, ২০২১
Foysal Habib Sany, Staff Reporter, Channel 7: Dreams are the most exciting part of human life & one of the chapters of arranging life in its own light. Actually, man can never avoid dreams in his life. Once in a dream man goes beyond his radical perimeter. And this is how a man becomes an inspirational, exemplary and ideal personality for all around his dreams.
Sooth to say, this earth is quite selfish. This world remembers those who are able to use their innovative power, wisdom & intellects to give the world something new & the universe loves those who know how to dream & those who can show dreams to people who have failed in the combat of life.
Today, I will tell the story of the irresistible progress of an indomitable talented student of BRAC University who became an entrepreneur by embracing her dream. Her name is Sadia Islam (Nila). In 2017 (September), she was admitted in the law department of BRAC University, which is at the top among the private universities in the country. From a very young age, the rainbow of dreams used to play in the eyes of this young girl. This highly talented student has enlightened herself with multifaceted talents as well as studies. She is also a good reciter, culinary expert & meritorious storyteller also.
This young dreamer has started her journey as an entrepreneur. The name of her personal organization is `SAVI’. She has her own group on Facebook called `SAVI’ & she is currently working on hand painted sarees, kurtis, dresses, Panjabees, cushion covers, ornaments, shoes etc.
Asked about being an entrepreneur, she said that, “Every human being has his/her peculiar dream. And we are women, so we have to face many more blockages when we go to do any work in the society. But I sincerely believed a quote, `I am a woman, I can too’. However, I was a little hesitant at first thinking that I would start my journey as an entrepreneur. But after considering everything and finally working as a decision entrepreneur, if people benefit from my work in some way, then my dream may be successful. And I think, every Bengali woman has a dream in her mind that one day she too will have anomalous something of her own! I also had a dream that had been dormant for a long time. Inshallah, I have a plan to stand by the helpless people of the village in the future by taking some initiatives. This is how I want to go further in the days ahead with the love, trust & reassurance of people.”