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Name: Deen Mohamamd Turja
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Dec 8, 2020
Undergraduate / Describing Work activities in the essay for The University of British Columbia [3]

Describe up to five activities that you have pursued or accomplishment achieved in one or more of the following areas.

Please outline the nature of your responsibilities within these activities. 50 words per description.

Activity 1:
One thing that makes me reminiscent of high school is my Debate club. Debating has amplified my articulation power and by dint of it, I have procured prizes in competitions. Besides, the college authority elected me as one representative of the college debate team in many competitions, including Television Debates.

Activity 2:
Due to being a government employee my father was posted from cities to cities whereas my family along with I always stayed in Dhaka for better education. Being the eldest son I always had the responsibility to take care of the academic side of my younger brother and do the groceries to help out my mother.

Activity 3:
Being an assistant house leader, I was in charge of the junior group of my house. As a mentor, I looked after their academics, mental stability, and overall well being. As the head of the junior community, I took indispensable steps to corroborate a healthy atmosphere all around the year.

Activity 4:
The assiduity towards the stage led me to cultural activities. In my senior classes, I led two screenplays on two different topics in the Current Affair Display competition in consecutive years. College authority awarded my house as champion in the first year and accorded me "The Best Presenter" in the following year.

Activity 6-
I participated in different team games like Cricket, Basketball, and Volleyball competitions in High School. As much as these competitions have contributed to the development of my physique and mind, these have also taught me different aspects of sportsmanship- comradeship being the most important of all those factors.