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BBLTJ 11 Online Application Form 2017

Do you care about social issue? Do you dream to be a change-maker in the future? Do you want to learn how to exercise leadership through fun activities and community involvement? Then the Building Bridges through Leadership Training Junior (BBLTJ) is the program for you!

By participating in the Building Bridges through Leadership Training Junior (BBLTJ) program, you will embark on an exciting month-long journey to discover your leadership potential and create positive impact in the community. To know more about the program, please visit www.bylc.org/bbltj

Important information about the program

  • Each BBLT J batch comprises of 42 participants which include an equal number of participants from English and Bengali medium schools and Madrassas.

  • Each year, more than 800 students apply from top schools and Madrassas for this highly competitive program.

  • The selected participants will receive a full scholarship on tuition fee. All participants will be selected on the basis of merit.

  • A registration fee of BDT 5,500 will have to be paid by the participant at the time of registration. This fee will cover the participants’ polo t-shirts, food costs, stationaries, field trip cost, educational materials and graduate network membership. However, need-based financial aid will be provided to a limited number of students.

Application deadline: November 9, 2017

Program duration: December 17–January 21, 2017

Class time: Sunday through Thursday from 3.00 pm to 6.00 pm

Venue: BYLC Headquarters, Plot 3, Road 20, Block J, Baridhara, Dhaka 1212

Who should apply?

  • Students studying between class 6 to 10 in any accredited Bengali or English medium schools or Madrassa.

  • Can commit 3 hours (3 pm to 6 pm) five days a week from December 17-January 21 for BBLTJ.

  • Willing to serve in an underprivileged community for a week as part of the program.

If you meet the above criteria, then you are the perfect candidate for BBLTJ program.

Admission guidelines [Please read the following policies carefully before submitting your application]

  • You can either apply online or collect hardcopy application form from BYLC Headquarters at Plot 3, Road 20, Block J, Baridhara, Dhaka 1212. For online applications, please visit: www.bylc.org/bbltj

  • Applicants are highly advised to check their application before submission. An applicant can apply only once. No changes or editing will be considered once an application is submitted. Moreover, a second submission will be subject to immediate disqualification of candidacy.

  • Applicants who do not meet the minimum eligibility are subjected to disqualification.

  • BYLC does not discriminate any applicant based on race, gender, religion, age, ethnicity, political beliefs etc.

  • BYLC reserves the right to make changes at any given time to the admission policies, program fees, curriculum, code of conduct, and any other information/subject matter that are cited on the website and social media pages of BYLC.

  • By submitting this application you are in agreement with these policies.

Admission Procedure

All interested applicants must complete the application form. After the initial screening of the application forms (round 1), the shortlisted applicants will be invited to a personal interview (round 2). In the past, on average, BYLC selected 42 participants for each BBLTJ program.

Please take your time and carefully fill up the following application. Your application will be judged on clarity, organization, and originality.
If you want to fill this form in Bangla then please click here: BBLTJ 11 Application Form Bangla Version
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Story based questions

Part A

Read the passage below and answer the following questions:

Two students, Sumon and Sumaiya, are having a conversation after school.

Sumon: Hey Sumaiya, did you see the young kid who sells fuchka outside our school?

Sumaiya: Yes, he makes a really good fuchka. I love eating it during our break time.

Sumon: I agree. But I wonder shouldn’t he be going to school at this age? I feel really bad for him. I think we should do something about him.

Sumaiya: Like what? We are just students. What can we do? If we were the head-teacher of the school, we could have done something.

Sumon: We still can do something from our part. We can teach him after school for 30 minutes every day. We can’t always wait for others to solve our problems.

Sumaiya: I think that’s a really good idea Sumon. We can do it for sure.


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Part B