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Prof. Dr. M. Shamsul Haque, Former Vice-Chancellor , Northern University Bangladesh, Former Professor and Treasurer of University of Dhaka is working with Golden Kids since its inception. Dr. Haque is a professional of high calibre in the areas of finance, organizational development and public policy relating to industrial, financial, educational and management development & restructuring.
Prof. Dr. Kazi Shahdat Kabir, Ph. D, BHSPS & MPS (IIUM, Malaysia), Ph.D. (IIUM), post-doctoral fellowship at the Department of Public Administration, Incheon National University (INU), Republic of Korea (South Korea) is presently the Registrar and Director, Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of Northern University Bangladesh. He is the founder and current General Secretary of the Golden Kids Welfare Foundation.(GKWF).
Lieutenant Colonel Aqtedar Ahmed Siddiqui(Retd) served in the communication branch of Bangladesh Army for long 29 years. He has also completed his Master in Defence Studies (MDS) from Defence Services Command and Staff College under National University. Later on he completerd Master in Business Administration with HRM as major fom the Institute of Business Administration & Technology, Dhaka.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) refers to a group of neuro-developmental disorder characterized by core deficits in three domains: social interaction, communication and repetitive or stereotypic behaviour. ASD also refers to Asperger’s syndrome, childhood disintegrative disorder and pervasive developmental disorders not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS) as part of ASD rather than as separate disorders (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-5, 2013). Recently, it has become a major concerning issue worldwide in general and Bangladesh in particular as 1 in every 160 children has been suffering from ASD in the Southeast Asia region, while the figure for Bangladesh is 2 in 1000 children and the urban prevalence is higher than the rural areas (Hasan, 2021: Autism spectrum disorder and its care in Bangladesh).
here is no known single cause for autism spectrum disorder, but it is generally accepted that it is caused by abnormalities in brain structure or function. Brain scans show differences in the shape and structure of the brain in children with autism compared to in neurotypical children.