On the 16th of October Bangladesh Neuroscience Society (BNSS) had organised a special workshop on “Prospects of neuroscience research” which was sponsored by the International Brain Research Organisation (IBRO). Bangladesh Neuroscience Society was established in 2017 to build a family of actively working scientists. In this program, the importance of neuroscience research was discussed and how one can think about pursuing his/her career in this particular field. Three highly credential holders were invited to speak in this event. The guest speaker was Dr. Mohammed Uddin Dafil, associate professor, human genetics at the College of Medicine, MBRU, Dubai. He is also the associate investigator at The hospital for sick children in Toronto, Canada. Mr. Dafil spoke about the different scopes of neuroscience and the career pathways one can look forward to in this field.The program was conducted by Dr. Ashrafur Rahman, Assistant professor of Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, NSU and also the vice president of BNSS who encouraged the participants to work in the neuroscience field. A powerpoint presentation was given by him regarding interesting facts about the brain, research works that are carried out in the labs etc and interacted with the students. Lastly, the program was concluded by our respected professor and Dean of School of Health and Life Sciences, NSU and also the President of BNSS, Dr. Hasan Mohammad Reza sir who wrapped up the session with his experiences. He summed up the entire session briefly by encouraging students to be more open minded towards neuroscience as it covers an interesting area in science. A very informative video was played at the seminar as well where it was shown the different experiments that were conducted on the mice. The injecting, feeding and mice handling procedure were shown in the video. Different career paths in neuroscience were discussed by these expertees including a detailed slide presentation by our very own Dr. Ashrafur Rahman sir. The program was arranged for the O/A level students of the Kids Tutorial and Wills Little Flower schools, there were 50 students present in the program who were very enthusiastic and motivated to learn more about neuroscience. Their presence and participation had made the program even more successful. Lastly, the participants were provided with t-shirts engraved with International Brain Research Organisation (IBRO) and Bangladesh Neuroscience Society (BNSS) logo and for their brilliant participation in the program they were also given certificates as a token of appreciation.