Mashiyat Nayeem

7 fiction books featuring women in STEM

With International Women’s Day coming up tomorrow, 8 March, it becomes increasingly important for us to not only identify and acknowledge, but also actively work towards alleviating the stark gender gap in STEM fields

3m ago

Cultivating peace through education

In a world marred by conflict and division, education emerges as a beacon of hope to instil empathy and cultivate a society capable of sustaining peace.

4m ago

It is okay to graduate late

When you have spent most of your life and education surrounded by the same people, experiencing everything incrementally together, you are under the illusion that life will follow the same pace even when you are out of school. This idea couldn’t be further from the truth. It becomes very apparent quickly that you are on your own. As the shared path forks into wholly different directions, it becomes easy to constantly compare yourself to peers whom you went to school with.

5m ago

Why do we have so many GED Courses?

Even though the necessity of GEDs can’t be overstated, they still pose unique challenges to pupils.

6m ago

Are students still reeling from the pandemic?

Looking back, I realise the damage that those two years of home education had cost me across multiple domains, not just my mental health.

6m ago

What it takes to get into product management in Bangladesh

Product managers facilitate the research, drive the design and execution, and see through the launch of the product, while balancing both the business and user side of things.

6m ago

Exploring the growing field of data science

Are you cut out to be a data scientist?

9m ago

The rise of AI and leveraging it for employability

Artificial intelligence has emerged as the harbinger of a new era.

11m ago
March 7, 2024
March 7, 2024

7 fiction books featuring women in STEM

With International Women’s Day coming up tomorrow, 8 March, it becomes increasingly important for us to not only identify and acknowledge, but also actively work towards alleviating the stark gender gap in STEM fields

January 24, 2024
January 24, 2024

Cultivating peace through education

In a world marred by conflict and division, education emerges as a beacon of hope to instil empathy and cultivate a society capable of sustaining peace.

January 4, 2024
January 4, 2024

It is okay to graduate late

When you have spent most of your life and education surrounded by the same people, experiencing everything incrementally together, you are under the illusion that life will follow the same pace even when you are out of school. This idea couldn’t be further from the truth. It becomes very apparent quickly that you are on your own. As the shared path forks into wholly different directions, it becomes easy to constantly compare yourself to peers whom you went to school with.

December 14, 2023
December 14, 2023

Why do we have so many GED Courses?

Even though the necessity of GEDs can’t be overstated, they still pose unique challenges to pupils.

December 7, 2023
December 7, 2023

Are students still reeling from the pandemic?

Looking back, I realise the damage that those two years of home education had cost me across multiple domains, not just my mental health.

November 23, 2023
November 23, 2023

What it takes to get into product management in Bangladesh

Product managers facilitate the research, drive the design and execution, and see through the launch of the product, while balancing both the business and user side of things.

September 9, 2023
September 9, 2023

Exploring the growing field of data science

Are you cut out to be a data scientist?

July 20, 2023
July 20, 2023

The rise of AI and leveraging it for employability

Artificial intelligence has emerged as the harbinger of a new era.

April 13, 2023
April 13, 2023

The ever evolving tale of sarees

How sarees have evolved over the years.

March 23, 2023
March 23, 2023

Is the big, fat Bangladeshi wedding a financial burden?

Every wedding season seems to be more extravagant than the last.

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