Kebria Sarkar better known as RJ Kebria, is a popular RJ and television presenter of Bangladesh who was born on 30 March in Bogra, Bangladesh. He currently serves as the program producer and radio jockey of ABC Radio and television presenter of Maasranga Television. He is the host of famous radio program of Bangladesh Hello 8920.
|Lives In||Bogra, Bangladesh|
|Profession||Television Presenter, RJ|
|Net Worth||USD 1-3 million (approx.)|
|Alma Mater||Not Published|
Family Members & Education –
Father’s Name : Will be updated
Mother’s Name : Will be updated
Marital Status : Married
School : Bogra Cantonment Board School
College : Dhaka University
Educational Qualification : Graduated
Kebria recruited as the first-ever radio jockey in Bangladesh first private FM radio Radio Today. Phenomenally contributing to the country’s media revolution for radio audience revival through innovative program planning, design, development and hosting of renowned live radio shows named U-Turn and Post Box 9032. He is additionally performing as Bengali news presenter for the channel. He worked here 2006 to 2008. He is the Program Manager and Host of the channel’s highest rated show Hello 8920 broadcast live every Wednesday from 11 p.m. to 1 am, aimed at providing an anonymous platform to general public for sharing their life stories with valuable social lessons. And he is hosting another confession program named Jaha bolibo satta bolibo in Bangla.
Presenting as the male host of the live program Ranga Shokal broadcast every weekday from 7 a.m to 9 a.m on Maasranga Television. Significant contributory to the program background design and content with appropriate focus on highlighting the achievements of Bangladeshi social elites/pioneers in different sectors and industries. Critically responsible in each episode for spontaneously facilitating an info-entertaining conversation with the program guests who are great inspiration to the public.
Acting as a Mentor in the team involved in teaching conversational English to grass-root public of various remote areas of Bangladesh, mainly the coastal regions of Barisal, Sundarbans and Cox’s Bazar. Implementing each four-days training module through lifestyle attachment programs with the beneficiaries such as Boatmen, Fishermen and Five-Star hotel Waiters in respective regions and ensuring their proper course evaluation. Crucially innovating training materials contextually for improving the livelihoods of the beneficiaries.