Mst Jannatul Ferdousi

Assistant Teacher


Mst. Jananatul Ferdousi was born on 6 June 1994 in Chawkbelgharia village of Yusufpur union 1, Charghat Upazila of Rajshahi district. Father Md. Samser Ali was a businessman. Mother Mst. Bilkich Begum was a housewife and a pious woman. She is the second child of her parents among the three sisters.



She studied at the primary level at Chokbelgharia BRAC School. Educated at the secondary level, she passed the SSC examination with a GPA of 4.75 in the Humanities department from Maskatadighi Multipurpose (Technical) High School, Katakhali Police Station, Rajshahi District, North Bengal. She has completed HSC from Adarsh ​​Degree College and has passed in Humanities Department obtaining a GPA of 4.80. After that, she did B.Sc. Honors for 4 years from the Department of Political Science from Government Rajshahi College and passed with a CGPA of 3.14. She obtained a CGPA of 3.25 in Political Science from Government Rajshahi College and passed the MSS examination. Lastly, she pursued a Bachelor of Special Education (B.S.Ed) from Government Special Education Teacher Training Center.


Other courses:

She has completed 6 months Computer Office Application Course under Bangladesh Technical Education Board and has obtained an A Plus.



Since 2018, under the Ministry of Social Welfare (2009 Special Education Policy for the Disabled), Mst. Jananatul Ferdousi has been successfully performing her duties as an Assistant Teacher in the Dhanaidaha Haque Autistic & Buddhi Protibondhi Biddaloy.


Future plans:

The main goal is to work for the development of children with disabilities; take initiative and implement it properly so that the children with special needs get vocational education along with academic education so that these children can function as normal people in the society and become independent. Above all, through proper planning, she plans to shape the Dhanaidaha Haque Autistic & Buddhi Protibondhi Biddaloy into the best and most exemplary institution in the world, so that other schools can follow or imitate the institution.