Biography of the Consul General
Mr Nayem Uddin Ahmed
Consul General of Bangladesh in Toronto, Canada
Consul General Nayem Uddin Ahmed is the eldest son of Md. Giashuddin Ahmed, a valiant freedom fighter, founding Project Director of Asrayon Project (a project of the government to rehabilitate the landless people of Bangladesh) and retired Secretary of the Bangladesh Government and Mrs Chemon Ara Ahmed (Renu).
Nayem Uddin Ahmed passed Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Examination from Habiganj Government High School; Higher Secondary School (HSC) Examination from Notre Dame College, Dhaka; Bachelor of Social Science (BSS) with Honours and Master of Social Science (MSS) in International Relations from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Consul General Nayem Uddin Ahmed is a career diplomat, joined Bangladesh Foreign Service in 2001. He served as Assistant Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dhaka; Third Secretary/Second Secretary/First Secretary at the Permanent Mission of Bangladesh to the UN Offices and other International Organisations in Geneva, Switzerland; First Secretary and Charge d’ Affaires a.i. at Bangladesh Embassy in Ankara, Turkey; Deputy Chief of Protocol (Visit and Protocol Policy) in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dhaka; Counsellor Political at Bangladesh Embassy in Washington D.C. Prior to joining as Bangladesh Consul General in Toronto he was Minister at Bangladesh High Commission in Ottawa, Canada.
Before joining Bangladesh Foreign Service Nayem Uddin Ahmed worked with ANZ Grindlays Bank, Palli-Karma-Sahayak Foundation (PKSF) and Grameenphone Lt. in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Consul General Nayem Uddin Ahmed born on 5 December 1971; married to Dalia Parvin Ahmed and blessed with two daughters, Muntaka Ahmed and Umayma Ahmed. Mr. Ahmed’s only younger brother is also a career diplomat (Foreign Service Officer) serving in a Bangladesh Mission abroad.