Author Rahitul Islam to launch another book documenting the stories of ICT sector
One of Bangladesh’s popular writers and authors, Rahitul Islam is recently working on a book titled ‘The Heroes of the ICT Sector’, documenting Bangladesh’s leading ICT sector. The first four books will be released in March 2023. After that, the remaining six books will be published serially. Based on realistic incidents, the latter incorporates the stories of the ICT sector in his novels through heart-touching and impactful stories.
Talking about the upcoming project on the ICT industry changemakers, Rahitul Islam said, “The stories of all the changemakers who shaped our country’s IT sector are put together in this one book. Because of their contributions, we are now achieving all these successes. This is the time to document the stories of these heroes. Otherwise, it may get lost forever. This book, a historical document, will help everyone to know more about Bangladesh’s journey in the ICT sector.”
As an IT journalist and writer, Rahitul has been working relentlessly to improve this sector for the past 11 years. Rahitul has so far authored 12 books, and each of them has received positive responses from the readers. Rahitul Islam started reporting on the ICT sector in 2009. Noticing that people are less aware of this industry, he also penned down the stories of the ICT sector in books such as Outsourcing O Bhalobasar Golpo (2018), Charer Master Computer Engineer (2020), Kemon Achen Freelancer Nadia? (2019), Freelancer Sumoner Din Raat (2020), Bhalobasar Hatbazar (2020), Hello Daktar Apa (2021), Call Center Oporajita (2022), Bodley Dewer Gan (2022), and Bookpocket (2023).
The writer, who has published 12 books so far, remembers two individuals who have greatly inspired his writing former justice Muhammad Habibur Rahman and poet Rafiq Azad. Rahitul’s novels stand out because they have interesting endings, unexpected turns, and heartwarming connections between the characters. Moreover, his novel “Freelancing and A Tale of Love” is also ready to hit the shelves of at least 18 countries. “Freelancing as a profession has often been neglected in many parts of the world, and through my book, I want to depict the very struggles of the freelancers of the world,” he said. “I want people to know that Bangladesh’s IT industry has thousands of stories and possibilities. I want to spread this to everyone, everywhere”, he adds.
Rahitul received the ‘National Freelancer Award 2019’ for highlighting the freelancing profession, and last year he got the ‘SBSP Sahitya Award 2022’. To know more about Rahitul Islam, you can visit his website: www.rahitulislam.com
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