Shaheen of Gobindaganj is a small scientist who invented 40 devices
Shameem Reza Dafrul, Gobindaganj (Gaibandha) Correspondent
A young man named Shahin, a college student from a remote village, has made more than 40 devices that can be used in daily work with his talent and enthusiasm.
In the meantime, he has invented an underground water extraction device, an earthquake warning alarm system, an online messaging system to prevent theft, and many other devices using wind energy through discarded container-bottles without fuel oil and electricity. His most amazing invention is a kind of special glasses that protect the privacy of mobile phones. Which makes the mobile phone screen appear fine to the users eyes but others will see white in the eyes. Shaheen, a young scientist, is currently researching wireless electricity transmission. Even if there is success in a short distance, it is 3 km.
He is working with the goal of taking up to Because of this, he has also been known as a small scientist in that area. Shaheen, known as the little scientist in the area, is the son of deceased Shaharul Islam of Khukshia village of Gobindaganj upazila of Gaibandha district. Shaheens father was a tailor by profession. In 2021, Shaheen passed the SSC examination in the humanities department from Nakaihat Multipurpose High School. He did not study science due to financial problems. Currently studying humanities at Nakaihat Degree College. Shaheen participated in the 44th Science Fair in 2023 immediately after admission to the college. His inventions at the fair fetched awards at the district, upazila, divisional and national levels. Besides, he participated in the Bangabandhu merit search competition and won the first place. Shaheen is an extraordinary science-minded person despite being in the humanities department. The locals were amazed by his discovery. They said that Shaheen made many devices with the things available at hand. One success after another motivated him to move forward. In this way he succeeded in more than 40 inventions.
In this regard, Shaheen, a young scientist, said that seeing something special from childhood creates a strange interest in research and discovery about it. He tries to solve any problem wherever he sees it. He also said that his aim is to bring these devices to the people at an affordable price.
As well as furthering the research. But Shaheens way forward is cut by the financial crisis. Shaheen is strongly convinced to play a role in the ongoing progress of the country if he gets public and private sponsorship. Shaheens mother Sobharani said, my sons passion for discovery through science has been there since his childhood. Shaheen is the 4th among five boys and girls. After the death of my husband, I raised 3 sons and 2 daughters with great difficulty.