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Introducing myself and my journal: Ascertain My Demand

About Me:
I am Nuzhat Nazmul Nishi and a student of Asian University for women. Actually I live Dhaka, but right now I am staying in Chittagong for my study. My father is business man and my mother is a housewife. I have no siblings. therefore, I come from a nuclear family where education, work and bonding with other family members get priority to make life happy and peaceful. My aim is to work in a corporate office and also want to do something for the development of my country. I believe, we can change our entire world by our small assertive work. This is me- a simple girl from Bangladesh who love to dream to make a positive world.

My Passions:
Reading Books

My Challenges:
Sometimes I do hurry to do work

My Vision for the Future:
To see me as a successful human

My Areas of Expertise:
I am good listener

Comments

Elsie's picture

Welcome Nuzhat!

Hello and welcome to PulseWire Nuzhat. I have enjoyed hearing about your life and what you do to make it happy and successful! What do you study at the Asian University for women? From what I have heard..it is an amazing program!
best wishes to you!
elsie

JaniceW's picture

Welcome

Your values and solid family life seem to have given you a wonderful grounding in what is important in life and I am so happy you are a part of this vibrant community. We have a few other students from Asian University and you might want to connect with them to share experiences. From what I have read, it sounds as if you will receive a wonderful education there and no doubt, many of you will go on to become leaders in your communities. I look forward to hearing about your time there and also of your insights into the issues facing women in Bangladesh. You can share your ideas and dreams by writing in your journal, reading other members journals and offering comments, and joining groups to participate in the discussions. Take a peek at our group directory (http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/groups) where you may find a group with similar interests to your own. Or, you may consider starting your own group of Asian University students where you can build a powerful network bringing together sister PulseWire members.

I have listed below some of your fellow students, who are PulseWire members. I encourage you to add them to your community of friends, and exchange ideas and experiences. Again, welcome and I know you'll find this to be a positive experience.
Janice
PulseWire Community Director

http://www.worldpulse.com/node/7569
http://www.worldpulse.com/user/1830
http://www.worldpulse.com/user/1773
http://www.worldpulse.com/user/1837
http://www.worldpulse.com/node/7938
http://www.worldpulse.com/user/1944

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