She is a civil engineer
from the Department of Civil Engineering, BUET (by the time you read this, I hope)… batch ’99… had her HSC from Viqarunnisa Noon
College… SSC from Mohammadpur Preparatory Girls’ High School…
brought up in a traditional Bangladeshi style…
She has a cute little sister,
like mine. They call her Rimpi.
We know each other for the
last… ummh… almost three years, but it was only in March 2005 to decide we would live together
(of course, not in the western style, and, after we get married). Still a long way to go….
How did we meet? Ok, it was
through debating (at BUET) … our common passion. We participated in a trial debate to form the two teams to compete
in the Inter-University Debate Championship, organized by BUETDC (our debating club) that year. Later it turned out that we
were in the same team, BUET NANDONIK, which had been a bridge between us in the following years… and
in many of our tough times. On the first sight, none of us knew one day we are going to make this decision (I am not sure
about hers; I have to ask her this at some point). But now, I am happy to say, it’s true.
There are a lot many details
and a lot many incidents about our relationship, from the first day we met up to now, which I cannot put here… you know
why? It’s better if you don’t.
Oh… she has a bright
debating career… the best one among all female (and not too many men also) debaters in Bangladesh I’ve ever seen. I like the style she debates. This is not the
best place to describe her complete role of honor in debating, but, let me end up with her most recent success: She became
champion (first position in both rounds) in the Bangladesh Television National Baroary Debate
Championship (University Level) in March-April 2005,
representing Australia in the first round and Germany in the second round.