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Bangladeshi Rehana conferred with Royal honour

Bangladeshi Rehana conferred with Royal honour

Staff Correspondent

Bangladeshi retired lecturer Rehana Khanam Rahman has been conferred with Order of the British Empire, one of the most prestigious Royal honours in the United Kingdom.

The Order of the British Empire was established by King George V in 1917 to honour individuals for their outstanding contributions to the arts, sciences, and public service, read a press release on Tuesday.

Rehana is the daughter of Ataur Rahman, who was a head teacher, was awarded a gold medal in 1967 for being the best primary head teacher in East and West Pakistan.

The educationist is better known as a humble, kind, generous, and selfless individual who has been serving humanity in many different ways, following in her father’s footsteps.

She is well known for her community work. She has had a significant impact on the British Bangladeshi community with her teaching, media production, writing, publishing, and civic duties. She is an inspirational and pioneering woman in the British Bangladeshi community.

Rehana came to the UK from Sylhet (Bangladesh) in 1977. She left Bangladesh while she was an undergraduate student. In the UK, she balanced professional and family life while pursuing part-time higher education. With her blend of ability and tenacity, she has successfully progressed to the position of research student studying for a doctorate.

Rehana is the mother of four children who are educationally accomplished and professionally successful, both nationally and internationally, in banking and medicine. She is the wife of a local government officer and lives in London with her family.

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