Thursday, 23 May, 2024
Thursday, 23 May, 2024
The Daily Post

Mithu launches Social Jolly app

Shahin Rahman, Pabna

Mithu launches Social Jolly app


Mithu Islam, a resident of Ishwardi of Pabna, invented a new social media like Facebook and Instagram. Its name is Social Jolly. The social platform's app has already available in the Play Store with all the interesting features. Users can use it like Facebook and Instagram. The biggest advantage is that there is an opportunity to earn money by watching television for free and staying online.

The social media inventor Mithu Islam is the son of Takkel Ali and Minara Khatun of Marjani village in Dashuria union of Ishwardi upazila in Pabna. He is a civil engineer by profession. Mithu is the eldest of the two brothers. His father is a farmer, his mother is a housewife.

Mithu passed SSC from Kalikapur Abdul Jabbar Khan Memorial High School in 2012 and Diploma Engineering from Pabna Polytechnic Institute in 2016. He joined Rosatom in Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant in March 2021 and is currently working there.

Mithu Islam said, "I am a civil engineer by profession. Besides, I think of earning from online. Watching videos on YouTube, I came to know that one can make by creating mobile app. Since then, I thought of creating an app myself. I contacted a developer company in India about this. Later, talking to them, I was able to create the idea of the social media social media social jolly app."

Regarding future plans, Mithu Islam said, "First of all, the social Jolly account has to be verified. Then you have to get a license from the relevant department of the government. So that my apps are long-term.

Dr. Omar Faruque, Chairman of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of Pabna Science and Technology University, thinks that this innovation is undoubtedly a good initiative.

He said that through this, youths, students who are there will be inspired. Through this, it seems possible to be economically self-sufficient. It will be better if the government comes forward in such work. If the Ministry of Technology takes steps for the things that are being made virtually, more entrepreneurs will be created.