RVISION June 5, 2018

By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 5th June 2018

Kutupalong, Cox’s Bazaar: More than a hundred Rohingya students sat for a Rohingya Language exam, where they gained extra-ordinary results in a school at a refugee camp in Bangladesh, reports a source.

Among hundreds of schools in refugee camps of Bangladesh, Rohingya language have been taught in almost all schools there. This examination was held in one of those schools in Kutupalong camp.

 

 

A Rohinvgya student receives a gift in school award ceremony. Image: RVISION TV

 

Almost all students passed with goods results and among all many of them passed with extraordinary results. They are:

1st Position:

  • Noor Qadar S/O Aminullah
  • Abul Boshor S/O Abul Huassain
  • Noor Hashim S/O Abul Baser

 

A Rohinvgya student receives a gift in school award ceremony. Image: RVISION TV

 

2nd Position:

  • Hairul Amin S/O Muhammed Salaam
  • Abdul Korim S/O Hamid Hussian
  • Muhammed Ayub S/O Molvi Musa
  • Abu Soyad S/O Abul Hussain
  • Hafsa Bi Bi D/O Molvi Abul Alom

 

Two Rohingya students poses after receiving their gift. Image by: RVISION TV

 

3rd Position:

  • Abu Toyyub S/O Abul Kasim
  • Sadek S/O Yunus
  • Muhammed Ayas S/O Noor Qadar
  • Muhammed Ayas S/O Muhammed Salaam
  • Asmah D/O Zamal
  • Osman Goni S/O Roshid Ahmed
  • Hares S/O Husain Ahmed
  • Akeram S/O Shofi Ullah
  • Hamid Hussain S/O Noor Muhammed
  • Ayas S/O Kadir Hussain
  • Sadek Hussain S/O Zakir Hussain

 

School award giving ceremony. Image: RVISION TV

 

In celebration to their success, Rohingya language committee celebrated with an award giving function and gifted students with prizes.

Another Rohingya community hailing from Nga Ga Ku Ra (Nappura) village of Maungdaw Township and now living in Saudi Arabia have distributed cash, in Rohingya refugee camps in Cox’s Bazaar district of Bangladesh.

The team started distributing money from Kutupalong camp and then distributed in BaluHali, Tenghali, Leda, Musoni and other camps nearby. They distributed 100 Taka/person in those camps for upcoming Eid-ul-Fitr (Muslim festival).

Coming Monsoon poses a great threat for the Rohingya and needs an immediate mass relocation. Although UNHCR and other NGO’s are there on the ground, lack of funds may disrupt their functions.

Thereby, they urge all responsible individual and bodies to come forward in helping Rohingya, whom fled severe persecution in their homeland.

 

Rohingya receives money from the a Rohingya community residing in KSA. Image: RVISION TV

 

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