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Kazi Monirul Kabir, Country’s Premier Tech Entrepreneur and Board Member of Reflective Teens Accepted as a Member of Forbes Technology Council

Kazi Monirul Kabir, one of our honourable board members have been selected as a member of Forbes Technology Council, an invitation-only organization for Senior-Level Technology Executives & Entrepreneurs from around the globe. Members are respected tech leaders and executives selected for the council based on their deep knowledge and diverse experience in the industry.

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Completion of the Orientation Program for the newly recruited Campus Ambassadors

On July 9, 2020, Thursday at 5.00 PM, the orientation for the freshly employed Campus Ambassadors of reflective TEENS for the 2020-21 tenure was accomplished. Since June 4, 2020 rt voyaged on a venture in finding Campus Ambassadors from different institutions across the nation to act as a bridge between the rt authority and their respective institutions as well as taking part in rt programs efficiently.

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Ignition of a sense of responsibility towards the ‘special’ community of the society: The crucial revolution for a better world

Recently, a viral video of a nine-year-old boy caught my attention. The Australian kid, Quaden Bayles was asking for a knife from his mother who was filming the entire incident. Despite his mother continuously urging him to ignore the taunts, the constant bullying caused him to become suicidal and ultimately wanting to kill himself by ….  Read More

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Call for Campus Ambassadors

reflective TEENS is an internationally recognized teen-based creative platform which exist to create an efficient environment for flourishing the creativity of the teenagers and prepare them for the future through proper utilization of their abilities. From 2013, reflective TEENS has been working to channel the creative spirit of the teenagers and nurture it through various ….  Read More

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