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TV presenters’ platform PPB starts journey through oath-taking

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Update: 2017-10-27 6:25:53 AM
TV presenters’ platform PPB starts journey through oath-taking
TV presenters’ platform PPB starts journey through oath-taking (Photo: collected)

DHAKA: The 31 Executive Committee members of Presenters’ Platform Bangladesh (PPB), an association of TV presenters in Bangladesh, took oath amid formal arrangements in Dhaka Thursday (October 26).

Noted media personalities Abdun Noor Tushar and Anjam Masud were made Founding President and Secretary General respectively. 

The senior and junior TV anchors took the oath in a program held at Bishwo Shahitto Kendro (BSK) on the evening of Thursday.

BSK Founder and Chairman Prof Abdullah Abu Sayeed administrated the oath-taking.  

From left, Founding President Abdun Noor Tushar and Secretary General Anjam Masud

Abdun Noor Tushar said, “This organization (PPB) has been established for raising harmony among us and stand by at each other’s good and hard times.”

“The freshers will be encouraged here. We’ll work for each other’s betterment”, he added.  

PPB Secretary General Ajam Masud said that the country had no presenters’ platform earlier.

“We felt necessity of such an organization for long. Those who are aspiring to step into the profession of presentation, can avail the courses arranged by PPB”, added Anjam.  

PPB sources said that none of the organization will be eligible to lead the body after crossing two-regime.

Besides, a president couldn’t run for the same post if s/he crossed double regimes in leadership. 

However, the attending presenters were given ID cards, at the program Thursday.

The members will be privileged by availing 40% discount by using the card in some hospitals, shopping outlets and hotels in Cox’s Bazar.

BDST: 1623 HRS, OCT 27, 2017

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