Abdullah Al Muti Sharfuddin was a Bangladeshi educationist and admired science writer. He was typically known as Abdullah Al Muti. He wrote strong scientific thoughts in an easy fashion proper for children and teenagers. This writing style brought him celebrity as a fond of science writing in Bengali. He is the second Bangladeshi writer. He has won UNESCO Kalingo prize.
Abdullah-Al-Muti was born on 1st January in 1930 in a village of Sirajgonj District. He was the eldest between five sons and six daughters. His parents were Sheikh Moin Shorfuddin and Halima Shrfuddin. He was attending matriculation known SSC from Muslim High School in Dhaka. He got second in Kolkata board. He passes IA exam known presently HSC two years later. After that he got admitted in Dhaka University. He fulfilled his B.Sc and M.Sc. in Physics ranking first class first in 1952 and 1953.
Abdullah-Al-Muti started his occupation as a Lecturer in Physics at the Rajshahi Government College in 1954. In 1955 he became Professor in the same college. During 1965 to 1973 he held the post director from Education Extension Center of Dhaka. He was also implicit office as Education and Culture Councilor at different foreign embassies of Bangladesh. He was the chief counselor of Secondary Scientific Education Program backed by UNDP and ADB. He also accessible several science related programs in radio and television after his retirement.
He started writing since his school days on science. At that time he wrote articles to the Dainik Azad also known Mukuler Mahfil and Monthly Mohammadi. He was also connected with editing scandalous magazines named Mukul Fouz and Mukul. He also wrote about scenes of education in the Monthly Hullor and Dilruba.
The famous writer wrote twenty seven books on science and education. He also translated ten books from English into Bengali. He was the Executive Editor of Unesco Batayan. This novelist person was died on November 30 of 1998.