An exciting journey to meet many awesome clients, and to strive for a winning team dynamics through proving consistent expertness-honesty-punctuality & perseverance!
• A wide range of creative assistance (both static & motion graphics)
• Quality designs, accommodating service, and quick turnaround
• Smooth and swift communication throughout the project
• Manage simple and critical technical stuffs to save clients from headaches!
I have been working with international clients/companies remotely since 2020 through multiple platforms with pro ranks. Although I joined Freelancer a couple of years ago, started actively working here since August 2022.
It would be my great pleasure to work with you on your creative project through planning-drafting-finalizing creative that matches your vision and delivers a push to succeed in your endeavor!
Give me a try, and I promise you won't regret it!
Let's get your project done!
Upon receiving daily topics- my responsibility is to research, translate, compile and proofread features( no less than 1000-1200 words) with relevant graphics and submit them to the publishing authority.
Freelance Graphics Designer
Mar 2016 - Present
Providing design services to local clients and institutions since 2016.
I have cracked GRE with a score of 305 (155 verbal, 150 Quant, 3.5 AWA).
International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
I appeared for the IELTS(Academic test module) exam and scored an overall band score of 7.5(C1) out of 9.
ENHANCING LIVELIHOOD OF KHASIA TRIBE THROUGH SOCIAL SAFETY NET PROGRAMS: A PERCEPTION ANALYSIS
JSAU (ISSN 2308-1597)
This research work was conducted to assess the livelihood status of the Khasia tribe and their perception of the impact of the social safety net programs (SSNPs) on their livelihood assets. A total of 120 respondents were interviewed using a structured questionnaire from Gowainghat and Jaintiapur of Sylhet District. Both primary and secondary data were used for the study. Descriptive statistics and a sustainable livelihood framework, ‘Asset pentagon’ were used for data analysis.