Nani Gopal Debnath is a Professional Engineer. He graduated from BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh in 1970. He was a Director of T & T Board, Bangladesh for a short time. In 1979, he joined the Abu-Dhabi Water & Electricity department in UAE and worked there for 27 years and contributed to develop the infrastructure from the ground up, back when it was a young developing country. Upon immigrating to Canada in the mid 2000's, he joined the engineering mainstream and became a member of the Professional Engineers Ontario as a licensed P.Eng. before retiring in 2017. While working in the engineering field, he organized the publication of Technical Magazines as Editor-in-Chief. In addition, he was the president of the Society of Bengali Engineers of Canada for two terms and pioneered professional skill development and socio-cultural activities to help new immigrant engineers to settle down in Canada. He is a regular column writer at various magazines and newspapers in Toronto and in Bangladesh. Some of Nani Gopal's work has appeared in many popular dailies in Bangladesh like the Prathom Alo, the Samakal and Amader Shomoy. Recently, Samakal Newspaper has published one of his articles on Covid-19 in Bangladesh. His writing interests revolve around poems, history, science & technology, and research on religion, among other things. He is a dedicated social worker and researcher of a variety of topics on behalf of the community or self-interest.