I hope this letter finds you well. I wanted to extend my heartfelt congratulations on your wonderful success in the examination! You did really well, and I'm genuinely happy for you.
I'm currently in Chittagong, but I'll be heading to Dhaka next week. I'm really looking forward to catching up with you when I'm there. By the way, have you decided what you want to do in the future? It's a big decision, and I believe you should follow your own interests and passions. If I were in your shoes, I'd consider becoming an agriculturist.
Our country relies a lot on farming. Many farmers here haven't had the chance to get a good education, and they continue to use traditional methods like the plough to grow their crops. But I believe if they had access to modern tools and techniques, they could grow even more food. This would be a great way to make our country self-sufficient in terms of food.
It's a bit sad, but it's true that many of the smartest students in our country don't really think about this. They all seem to want to become doctors, engineers, or computer programmers. While those are great choices, we shouldn't forget about the importance of agriculture. Bangladesh has really fertile land, and focusing on farming could actually bring about positive changes in our economy.
Looking forward to seeing you soon!