Prime Minister’s ICT Affairs Adviser Sajeeb Wazed Joy today called upon the guardians to support their children to make their career plan so that they can learn to stand on their own feet, reports BSS.
“I urge the guardians to let their children stand on their own feet, you don’t need to get everything done for them,” he said while addressing an interactive event titled “Young Bangla with Sajeeb Wazed” at a city hotel.
Joy said that there were cases where the youth of 25-26 years even does not know how to open a bank account which was very regretting and added “Let (youths) them make mistakes. Let them (youths) learn from their own mistakes”.
Leading youth platform Young Bangla under Centre for Research and Information (CRI) organized the gathering, moderated by Prime Minister’s Special Assistant Barrister Shah Ali Farhad.
CRI Coordinator Tonmoy Ahmed and Joy Bangla Youth Award 2017 winner Jahir Iqbal Nannu also attended the gathering.
As many as 250 youths allied with Young Bangla, the country’s largest youth network, accompanied the event and many took up this occasion to raise a host of concerns before him.
With a pledge to scale up and promote the potentials of the youths, Joy extolled the youths for their initiatives to help the government change the course of national progress.
Joy called upon the young generation to be entrepreneurs to engage themselves in self-employment without searching for government jobs.