Mustafa Jabbar came from a remote village of Bangladesh. Getting his higher education (graduation and masters) in Bangla Language & Literature from the University of Dhaka, he started his career as a journalist on 16 January 1972. But he had to change his profession as that newspaper was compelled to cease its publications in January 1975. Doing some businesses in Media, Travel & Tour Operation, Printing, Publishing and Computer Reselling, he is now engaged in Software Development, Providing IT Education, Developing IT Enabled Educational Curriculum, Developing Course Materials for ICT Education, Creating Software and providing ICT Services, Doing Researches on ICT, ICT Journalism and Writing Books on ICT and other subjects. His first novel named Nokshotrer Onger was published in a book form in 2005. His second novel named Suborne Shekorh was published in the Fortnightly Tarokalok’s Eid issue of 2006. Its book edition is under process of printing.

Mustafa Jabbar is the technology leader and promoter of ICT in Bangladesh. He is the founder member of Bangladesh Computer Samity and Bangladesh Association of Software and Services. He has been elected President of Bangladesh Computer Samity for the third term.

He is more recognised as the local language solution provider in Bangla, Chakma, Asamese, Hindi & developer of Bijoy Bangla Keyboard & Software and expert in Graphics-Multimedia. He has developed Bangla Braille publishing system which enables blind people to use Bangla Braille in computer. He is also regarded as the Master of Digital Bangla Font designing. He has developed Bijoy Library, a library management Software which is being used by famous libraries of Bangladesh. He has developed a software named Bijoy Shishu Shiksha for pre school kids. He has established a large number of Schools in Bangladesh including Computer based Ananda Multimedia School and Bijoy Digital School.

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