Awards

Full Scholarships and Fully Funded Ph.D. Program

The University of Southern Mississippi

The scholarship provides complete funding for a Ph.D. degree in different universities all over the world. Many of them involve both academic study and hands-on experience, and all of them allow ones to grow in his/her field in a myriad of ways! They span all disciplines including international security, sciences, and the humanities.

Best Paper Award

International Conference on Frontiers of Image Processing, 2017

The conference technical committees had been accepted for both publication and oral presentation at the conference 2017 International Conference on Frontiers of Image Processing (ICFIP 2017), Katmandu, Nepal during March 3-5, 2017. And the paper published in Conference Proceedings indexed by EI Compendex, Scopus, and ISI CPCS. After the completion of the oral presentation, they selected my paper as the best paper in the Image Processing section.

Best Presenter Award

International Conference on Frontiers of Image Processing, 2017

The conference technical committees had been accepted for both publication and oral presentation at the conference 2017 International Conference on Frontiers of Image Processing (ICFIP 2017), Katmandu, Nepal during March 3-5, 2017. And the paper published in Conference Proceedings indexed by EI Compendex, Scopus, and ISI CPCS. After the completion of oral presentation they selected me as best presenter in the Image Processing section.

Student Award

Rural Development Academy, 2004

Every year Rural Development Academy (পল্লী উন্নয়ন একাডেমী) gives awards among the students based on their results on study. As a result, this year I took 2nd place.

Best Singer Award

District level Champion

Notunkuri (নতুন কুঁড়ি), 2002

Notun Kuri (নতুন কুঁড়ি) is a Bangladeshi reality television competition series for child artistes created by Mustafa Monwar. The show debuted in 1966 which ran on Pakistan Television from 1966 to 1971. After the independence of Bangladesh, the competition was relaunched and ran on Bangladesh Television from 1976 to 2006. The name of the show comes from a poem named "Kishor (Teenager)" by Golam Mostofa.