Tuesday, July 31, 2012

A Street Hawker

A street hawker is a common figure in Bangladesh. Now a day he is seen to sell goods as moving shops. He sells things of common use or fancy items. He carries his goods in a bag or in a basket. He sometimes carries his moving shop on his bicycle or on a pushing car. He walks along in the roads by calling the names of his articles by singing a song or by ringing a bell. His peculiar calls draw the attention of children, women, folk and simple persons.A hawker sells children & women’s favorite things, such as: toys, dolls, biscuits, cakes, ice-cream, sweet meats, fruits etc. He sometimes sells common necessary things, such as: clothes, cookeries, vegetables, newspapers, magazines and many other necessary and fancy articles. A street hawker is a man of jolly nature. He sometimes sings comic songs or plays flute or shows some magic in order to get the attention of people around him. Then he approaches with a smiling face and he declares his items are the best from others. By his pleasant words he convinces the people and able to sell his goods at a high rate. He some times deceives his customers both in kind and quality. Maybe they do this for their poverty.A street hawker is highly welcomed by the children. He is a favorite person to them. Sometimes he deceives with the children, women and simple people. So some people do not like him.

Friday, July 27, 2012

Creative Exam System


Education is the backbone of a nation. In fact no nation can prosper and even survive without the power of systematic education. A standard and systematic method of education particularly in the field of academic education is a must for nation. In the light of this oracular truth, it is apparent to all that it is also very important for nation or state to introduce such a system of examination is the academic institution which can best reflect the inner talent to the examinees. This is the recent most system of judging the merit of students. After a longtime research and experiment by the renowned educationalist of our country this system has been invented and after much confusion and controversy this system has been officially introduced at last. The main aim or objective of this system is to make the students cope with the international level of education. The questions given in the exam under this system have four specific layers namely knowledge, realization, application and higher skill. Trough these, the examiner can easily assess the real merit level of the students. And from the student’s point of view, they have to be more attentive to enhancing their own creativity rather than to memorizing their answer scripts like parrot. In a word, to be successful in exams through this method one must be basically creative and innovative. And if the students are taught and nursed well in the light at this system, they will be successful not only in their exams but also in their future life and career as well. 

A Recent Visit To Flood-Affected Area


Flood is a natural calamity that occurs in our country almost every year and it affects her violently. However, I visited a flood-affected area. The name of this area is Char Vadrasan. It is under the district of Faridpur. About 30,000 people live here. This year flood affected this area tremendously. Most of the people lost their houses, some died and some were injured. People were living under open sky. Some had taken shelter in schools and colleges. They suffered in want of food, cloths, medicine and so on. They also suffered from diarrhea, dysentery and cholera. Some of them were about to die for want of medical care and treatment. Something should be done for removing their distress as early as possible. The govt. and people of every walk of life should come forward to extend their helping hands.

Satellite TV Channels


Satellite TV channels are those channels that telecast television programmes to the different parts of the world via satellite. Satellite telecasting has added new dimensions to television. Nowadays a huge number of satellite channels telecast wide range of programmes of varied interest. The programmes of all the channels are not beneficial. Some channels like Discovery, National Geographic and CNN. BBC telecast highly informative programmes and can enrich our mind with sage and sagacity.  On the other hand, some channels like TV-6, MTV, HBO, AXN, etc. cause cultural decay and moral degradation because they are full of nudism and vulgarism. Our national culture can be fostered and enriched by avoiding those channels and programmes and having to keep the good and giving up the bad. Our own culture programmes and elements should be seen and enjoyed frequently. It is true that the programmes of some satellite TV are destructive. Those programmes which are harmful should be avoided. That’s to say, constructive programmes of satellite TV channels should be enjoyed. We also have to find out how to derive the best benefit from satellite TV channels keeping its evil up to the minimum limit. Otherwise, moral degradation will take place and social stability will be destroyed.

Natural Calamities in Bangladesh


Bangladesh is such a country that is affected by various natural calamities almost every year. It seems that these natural calamities are daily companions of Bangladesh. For this reason Bangladesh is called the land of natural calamities. Floods, cyclones, drought, erosion, excessive rains are the common natural calamities in our country. Among the calamities flood is the most common here. Generally flood occurs in the month of ‘Ashar’ and ‘Srabon’. It is mainly caused by heavy shower of rains. The impact of flood causes a big loss of lives and properties. Crops, streets, roads and even hoses go under water. As a result, affected people suffer in many ways. They become homeless and take shelter on house roofs, trees, boats and embankments. Their miseries continue even after the flood ends. After flood, famine and epidemic break out and take away a lot of lives. Last year terrible cyclone called SIDR hit our southern part and attended with tidal bore. It blew down lot of houses and properties.

The Curse of Dowry


Dowry is a heinous marital system in our society where parents of bride have to give certain money or property to bridegroom for yielding their bride. The man reason of dowry is our social unconsciousness. Bridegroom and concerned parents take dowry and the parents of the brides are the victims of dowry. The poor parents are not able to fulfill the demands of the concerned bridegroom and finally suffer a lot. The system has actually led us to degenerated and sick society and thrown away our all humane characteristics and moral dignities. Moreover, since most of our parents are poor, major people of our society suffer through a cyclical process. As a conscious person of the society, I vehemently protest against this social vice.  The government as well as whole people of our society should take pragmatic steps against this social frailty. First of all, we have to make our whole population conscious of this social curse.

My Kitchen Garden


A kitchen garden generally means a garden where vegetables and some times fruits are grown. I have kitchen garden in front of my house where I occasionally spend my leisure period. Actually I work in my garden in the morning and evening. As it is a good source of vegetables, my parents also take care of the garden. I take care of the sucking plants with great care, make the soil loose with a spade and weed out grasses for better production. In my kitchen garden I usually cultivate data, brinjel, cucumber, ladies finger, chilly, potatoes, bean etc. Truly speaking my kitchen garden is useful in all respects because it benefits us in many ways. Sometimes it helps my family by providing money from selling vegetables. For this reason all the members of my family take care of it. It relives me from the monotony of the routine works and as such I am very much fond of it.

Acid Throwing


Acid throwing is a heinous crime that degrades humanity to animality. Those who are involved in throwing acid on the face of others are the worst criminals. They must be ousted from the society. They must be awarded capital punishment. Some people through acid for various reasons. Someone throws acid being refused by a girl in love proposal.Someone throws acid because of personal enmity. Someone throws acid being jealous as well. But this crime is generally committed by the unsuccessful lovers. Acid throwing results in grave consequence. The unfortunate victims most often meet premature death. The victims become deformed or ugly. By enacting law and order and raising public awareness, acid throwing can be prevented. Exemplary punishments and penalty should be given to the criminals. Then the world will be a suitable place of habitation. If not, the world will be dominated by the acid throwers.

Drug Addiction


Drug addiction has now become a serious problem of our society, especially in the town areas. Many young man and women are falling victims to this. It is a curse not only for themselves but also for the full nation which runs them completely. Taking drugs frequently one becomes addicted. So he get accustomed to going with it. There are some effective reasons for drug addiction such as- frustration, bad association, availability of intoxicant, unemployment, failure in love, degradation of religious values, lack of family peace etc. Drugs are expensive. So to manage money the addicts often go for stealing, hijacking, killing and all sorts of misdeeds. Drugs are smuggled into the country. The smugglers carry on drug business freely. As a result, this curse has become widest spread all over the world. This kills drug addicted person slowly but surely. But we cannot allow this to go on unchecked. We must fight against these social cancers. The first thing to do is to highlight its dangerous effect to the people and make them aware of this deadly enemy of social life. The mass media can play an effective role in this respect. Seminars and discussion and debate should be held in schools and colleges and universities. The government alone cannot solve this problem single handed. People must cooperate with it. Otherwise, there will not be any desired result. We should remember the advice, “Prevention is better than cure”.

Adopting Unfairness in the Examination


Unfairness in the examination indicates a means or method which is very indecent. It is very common nowadays. As a consciousness student I do not support unfairness in the examination. I am against it because this practice spoils a student’s future. For many reasons the students adopt unfair means in the examinations. Lessons are not imparted to students according to aptitude. The number of teachers is not enough to teach a large number of students. Some students are engaged in politics and pass away their time in many ways. When the examination comes, they adopt unfairness in order to pass the examination. The Education Ministry of the Govt. of Bangladesh has taken a very strict initiative to prevent this suicidal practice. Strict checking and monitoring are taken in this regards. The good effect of the preventive measures is that the students now try to study regularly in order to pass the exam.. Gradually they are becoming the productive portion of the country.

Adopting Unfairness in the Examination

Unfairness in the examination indicates a means or method which is very indecent. It is very common nowadays. As a consciousness student I do not support unfairness in the examination. I am against it because this practice spoils a student's future. For many reasons the students adopt unfair means in the examinations. Lessons are not imparted to students according to aptitude. The number of teachers is not enough to teach a large number of students. Some students are engaged in politics and pass away their time in many ways. When the examination comes, they adopt unfairness in order to pass the examination. The Education Ministry of the Govt. of Bangladesh has taken a very strict initiative to prevent this suicidal practice. Strict checking and monitoring are taken in this regards. The good effect of the preventive measures is that the students now try to study regularly in order to pass the exam.. Gradually they are becoming the productive portion of the country.

Adopting Unfairness in the Examination

Unfairness in the examination indicates a means or method which is very indecent. It is very common nowadays. As a consciousness student I do not support unfairness in the examination. I am against it because this practice spoils a student's future. For many reasons the students adopt unfair means in the examinations. Lessons are not imparted to students according to aptitude. The number of teachers is not enough to teach a large number of students. Some students are engaged in politics and pass away their time in many ways. When the examination comes, they adopt unfairness in order to pass the examination. The Education Ministry of the Govt. of Bangladesh has taken a very strict initiative to prevent this suicidal practice. Strict checking and monitoring are taken in this regards. The good effect of the preventive measures is that the students now try to study regularly in order to pass the exam.. Gradually they are becoming the productive portion of the country.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

My parents

The name of my father is Mr. Abdul Hakim and the name of my mother is Mrs. Shamima Akter. My father is a doctor and my mother is an M.A. in English. My father works in a hospital and my mother is a professor in a college. Despite doing government service my father spends much time in social activities. Whenever he gets times, he goes to our village home and gives free treatment to the people. My mother is also involved in different social work especially in helping the distressed poor women. My mother looks after our family very sincerely. She does every household work. She takes great care of all of us. She loves us very dearly. She is ready to sacrifice her own happiness for our happiness. She hopes to see us happy even at the cost of her own life. She holds our good above everything in the world. Her anxiety knows no bounds if we fall ill. She does not enjoy a wink of sleep. But her face beams with joy when we come round. My mother possesses a good sense of sanitation. She keeps our house neat and clean. I like my parents very much. My father also takes much care of all of us. I hold my parents in profound respect. I am greatly indebted to my parents. 

A Rainy Day

On a rainy day it rains all day long. A rainy day is dull and gloomy. The sky is overcast with thick clouds. The sky is not seen. None can go out without an umbrella. Water stands on roads and roads become muddy and slippery. Those who have offices and other business go out with umbrellas over the head, shoes in hand and clothes folded upto knee. Passers-by also move in the same way. Sometimes people slip and fall on the muddy road when it rains in torrents. People get drenched and stop midway. The poor suffer much on a rainy day. They can not go out in quest of work and can not earn their daily food. They pass the day through sufferings. Most of the students do not go to school. Only a few go to school but they get drenched on the way. So classes are not held and it is a day of great joy to them. Other people also stay at home and pass the day without doing anything. The cattle keep standing in their sheds and bellow for fodder. A rainy day is not pleasant at all.

A street Beggar

A beggar who begs in the street, is called a street beggar. He is seen sitting or standing everywhere in the street of towns or cities. A street beggar looks very shabby. His hair is unbrashed and without oil. He is seen in patched up and torn clothes. His clothes are very dirty and bad smell emits from his clothes. Sometimes a street beggar is alone and sometimes in a company. A street beggar may be able-bodied, blind, lame or crippled. A street beggar has a bag hanging down his shoulder. When a passer-by walks past him, he stretches his begging bowl for alms. Sometime he is seen reciting some sentences of the Holy Quran or the Kalema and asks for money in the name of Allah and his holy prophet. A street beggar  prays for the passers-by who help him. Actually there is no pleasure(happiness) in his life. The beggars are always ill-fated.

A Street Hawker


The person who hawks things in roads and streets is a street hawker. A street hawker is generally seen in roads and streets. He carries his materials on head and sometimes in hand and sometimes in a small handicart. He generally buys his goods at a cheaper rate and sells them at a good profit. A street hawker is very cunning. He knows his business very well. His customers are children and women. He brings toys, sweets and other things for children and sells them at a fixed price at a good rate. He also brings ribbons, clothing's, fruits and other things for women. He speaks in different ways to draw the attention of his customers. A street hawker is very shabby. We can help him a little bit buying his things.
 

A Railway Station

A railway station is a place where trains stop and start from. It is a busy place. One can see from a distance the green, red and blue signals. As one proceeds towards it, the noise comes in to the ears. On one side of the station, rickshaws, baby taxis and cars lie waiting. Passengers come and go. Some come out of the station followed by coolies with luggage on their heads. They look tired but are now some what relived. Others get in eager to catch the train. Some shout for rickshaw or coolies. People are also found in a long line to buy tickets from the counter. They push one another to go ahead. There is a book-stall where newspapers and magazines can be had. Passengers wait for the trains in the waiting rooms. The points man move with red and green flags. The hawkers move quickly from one place to another. The railway station is indeed a busy place.

A Tea Stall

A tea stall is a common sight in our country. It is found in big cities, towns, bazaars, railway stations, bus stands and even in villages. It is a small shop. In a small there are few chairs, tables or benches. Prepared tea is sold here. Biscuits, cakes, bananas, loafs, betel leaf are also sold here. There is often a boy or two to serve the tea to the customers. The manager sits behind the cash box and collects the money from the customers. An ordinary tea stall is dirty. A kettle is always kept hot on the stove. A tea stall opens in the morning and closes at late night. A tea stall is popular place. People of different ages and classes come here. They take tea and talk with one another about different issue. They also talk about village politics, national and international politics and on current affairs. Sometimes customers raise a storm over a cup of tea. A tea stall is an important place of social gathering indeed.

Early Rising

Early rising is the habit of getting up from bed in the morning. It is a very good habit. It is essential and good for health. This habit is of special use to a man in various ways. The man who rises early in the morning can take some exercises or a walk in the morning fresh air by the river side or in the open field. The morning air refreshes both body and mind. Then the air is full of oxygen. There is a calm and serene atmosphere every where. One can enjoy the beauty of nature in the early morning. Nature smiles in the morning with colourful flowers and green leaves and the chirping of birds is also heard in the morning.  All these make them cheerful and healthy. The beautiful gifts and colourful nature in the morning remind everybody of the Creator. One feels like to pray to God. An early riser gets enough time to do his work either in study on in other work, which will bring him success. Finally he must follow the instructions to rise early. An early riser has many advantages. He can start his daily works earlier. He had nothing to worry. He can earn more and become wealthy. So the habit of early rising is the source of health, wealth and wisdom. So, everybody should practice early rising.

A Rickshaw-Puller

Rickshaw is a common in Bangladesh. It is pedaled by human being. One who pulls a rickshaw is a rickshaw-puller. A rickshaw-puller is quite familiar in cities and towns. He lives in a slum. His dress is very shabby. His income is very poor. He supports his family through much hardship. He has no rickshaw of his own. He toils hard. in all weathers good and bad he is seen carrying passengers. He bargains with his passengers. He demands more when the weather is very hot or foul. Sometimes he ties to cheat passengers. But most often he is cheated by passengers. He drives rickshaw from morning till late night, he leads a very miserable life. If he becomes sick, he can not drive his rickshaw and earn money. So he and his family starve. If he can earn more than his expectation, his face smiles. But this opportunity is very rare in his life.

A Winter Morning

A winter morning is misty and cold. There is dense fog everywhere. Everything looks hazy. Sometimes the fog is so dense that the sun rays can not get through it. Even things at a little distance can hardly be seen. The tall trees are covered with fog and they cannot be made out. Dew- drops fall at night. When the morning sun peeps they look like glittering gold on grass and plants. The birds feel happy to see the rays of the sun. The cow and other animals can not come out. But it is not so in every morning. Farmers go to the field with 'hooka' in their hands.  Village children and the poor people gather straw and make fires to warm themselves. The old people and the poor people bask in the sun. People in general and children get up late. In a winter morning housewives make delicious and sweet cakes, pies of date juice and many other things. The scene of the winter morning vanishes as the day advances. The sun goes up and the fog melts. A winter morning is enjoyable in many respects.

Child Labour

Children are the future and aspirations (hope) of the nation. But in the under developed countries children get engaged (busy) in hard labour. Children, under 15 years of age, engaged in works are known as child labour. They are deprived of their legal rights. They have no socio- economic security. They are deprived of accommodation (place), education, medical treatment, entertainment, even some time garments and food. They work in the garments factories or in the agricultural sectors. Sometimes some boys work as tokai. Since they don't get nutritious food, they suffer from malnutrition. The government and the civil society should act to preserve their rights and stop their labour. They should be given opportunity for proper education. They should be dressed and treated properly. By educating and treating them properly, we can develop their living standard.

The National Memorial

The National Memorial of Bangladesh is situated at Savar in Dhaka. It reminds people of the martyrs of the War of Liberation. The National Memorial symbolizes the nation's respect for the martyrs of the War of Liberation. It is built with concrete, but made of blood. It stands 150 feet tall, but every martyr it symbolizes stands much taller. There is actually Seven towers in it. The foundation of the monument was laid on the first anniversary of the Victory Day. The plan was taken to execute in several phases. The memorial reminds its visitors the great sacrifice of the freedom loving people of Bangladesh. It also warns all oppressors that the weapons of freedom need not be very big, and that oppression will always be defeated. We are inspired by their great sacrifice and we take an oath to materialize their dreams. We bow down our heads in front of the graves to show our respect. It also means our standing upright with honour among the nations of the world.

Our School Library/ A school library

A library is a store house of knowledge. A library satisfies our eternal desire for knowledge of the unknown and the unseen. A library plays an important role in the realm of knowledge. A library is a part and parcel of a school. No school is complete without a library. Our school has a big library. It is housed in a separate two storyed building. The library has a good collection. There are many almirahs. The books are arranged in different shelves according to subjects. The reading room and the office room of the librarian are separate. The librarian has some assistants. There is a big reading room. The reading room is well furnished. When we take the help of a catalogue, the assistants at once find the book and help us. We are issued library cards. We can borrow books from the library. We are to return the borrowed books after two weeks. In the reading room we can read as many books as we like. Silence is must here. Nobody is allowed to make noise. We are proud of our school library. 

Myself

My name is ……………………. I am nine years old.  I read in class………… My school's name is Kalachandpur High School and College. My father's name is ….……………….. ………..... My mother's name ………………….……... My father is a doctor. My mother is a teacher. I have one brother and sister. My hobby is gardening. Everybody loves me very much.

Pohela Baishakh

Pohela Baishakh is a part and parcel of Bangalee culture. It is the first day of Bengali Calendar year. Our people observe this day with great festivities. The Baishakhi Mela which is celebrated is perhaps the largest festival of bangalee culture. People from all walks of life join this festival in joyous mood. Urban people try to keep a while away from their blind mimicry of western culture and tend to be a bangalee at least this day. In villages people pass the day meeting one another, giving and receiving invitations, enjoying music etc. by local performers and doing many other festive deeds. Business men open new books of account this very day which is known as Halkhata. Thus Pohela Baishakh comes with great festivity.

Visit to A Book Fair

On the last 20th February I went to Ekusey Boi Mela held at Bangla Academy premises. I am always fond of reading books. I found there hundreds of pavilions. All sorts of books – fictions, text books, dramas, children books, reference books etc. are displayed. There are also food and drink stalls. The entire atmosphere wears a festive look. The main purpose of a book fair is not sale but it offers a rare opportunity to assess the advancement made in publication of books. A book fair becomes crowdy especially in the evening. Both male and female customers gather a book fair. The writers also visit the fair regularly. In fact I enjoyed my visit in the book fair.

Our Class Room

The name of our school is Kalachandpur High School. Our classroom is in the first floor of the building. It is a spacious room. It face the south. It has two doors and six windows. There is a chair and a table in front of us for the teacher. There are 25 low and 25 high benches in our classroom. There is a blackboard in our classroom. Our classroom is neat and clean.

May Day/ International Worker's Day

May Day is a glorious day in the history of the labourers worldwide. First day of the month of May is observed as the May Day. It is observed to show respects to the demands of the labourers. The history behind it is very sorrowful. On May 3, 1886, some workers gathered in demand of a minimum wage, safety laws and eight hours work day. Police fired in the crowd of strikers at the Mc Comick Harvest Machine, Chicago. Here at least one people was killed and some others were seriously wounded. At the beginning of Industrial revolution people had to work long hours both by day and at night. It was simply inhuman. It stopped when all labourers stood up. If the workers would not stand up and demand their rights, their future generation would fail to enjoy. The day is most important for all the labourers. We need to observe it quite carefully and properly.

The International Women’s Day

The day which all the women of all the countries of the world observe for claiming and receiving their lawful right is known as the International Women's Day. It is observed throughout the country with rallies. The women have fought to achieve equality, justice, peace and development, The Socialist Party of America declared the Women's Day. It was first observed across the United States. Copenhagen established the Women's Day international in manner to honor the movement for women's rights and to assist in achieving universal suffrage for women. Women demanded the right to work, to vocational training and to an end of discrimination on the job in some of the countries on March 19. The significance of the day can't be denied at all. This day indicates demand for women's rights and their participation in the political and economic process. Actually, the day is observed to bring the dignity of the working class women and honor them rightly.
 

The Life Of A Farmer

A farmer is one, who farms or cultivates the land for agricultural production. In any agricultural country farmers play a vital role. He may be rich or poor. He works in the field from dawn to dusk. He rises early in the morning and goes to the field to seed, to weed or to harvest. After he finishing his work in the field, he returns home in the twilight (sunset). They don't have their own lands. They cultivate others land. The life of a farmer in our country is full of uncertainty (hesitation). Sometimes he passes his days in great joy if he can produce his crops well. Again, he may face hard days if production of food grains fall because of natural calamities. So a farmer feels happy when there is bumper-crops and feels unhappy when production of crops falls short of expectation. As a whole, they don't lead a happy life.

Life of a teacher/ A teacher

A teacher is an architect of a nation. He plays an important role in building up an educated nation. He dispels the darkness of ignorance from the lot of a nation. He is an actor, so to speak. He has to suit act according to the need of his audience which is his class. He is able to hold the attention and interest of his student. He is a clear speaker with good, strong pleasing voice which is under his control. He does not sit motionless before his class. He makes lessons interesting to the students. A good teacher discovers the treasure hidden inside each student. He also wants the students happy and for this he keeps them busy. A good teacher never hankers after money. His only thought is how he could present the nation a good citizen.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Necessity Of Learning English

Necessity of learning English is a must because it is an international language . A German need not know Japanese and a Japanese need not know German but both of them need to know English if they meet any where of the world. Thus the necessity of learning English is vital. The students must know English because they are the future and strength of the country. Besides the books of higher studies are all written in English. If we do not learn English. We must lag behind. The benefits of learning English are many. Job facilities in our country still depend on the knowledge of English. The necessity of learning English is so great. We just can't do without it. We should learn it for our goodness.

My visit to a place of historical interest

Man is no satisfied with what he as seen and known. So as a student, I have a keen interest to know the historical places of my country. During the last autumn vacation, I got an opportunity to visit Bagerhat, a great hist,orical places. The important spots of Bagerhat are 'The Mazar of Khan Jahan Ali', 'The Dighi of Khan Jahan Ali', 'The Shatagambuj Mosque' and 'The Ghora Dighi'. The Mazar of Khan Jahan Ali is a fine one storeyed building where he was buried. On the night of full moon of the month Chaitra, a big fair is held beside the Mazar. The Dighi of Khan Jahan Ali is in front of the Mazar. It is a big tank. There are some crocodiles in this big tank. I also visited the Shatgambuj Mosque. The Mosque is beautifully decorated. The Ghora Dighi is also big. It is near the Shatgambuj Mosque. Bagerhat is really a place of historical interest. I left Bagerhat but the memory still haunts my mind.

The National Memorial

The National Memorial of Bangladesh is situated at Savar in Dhaka. It reminds people of the martyrs of the War of Liberation. The National Memorial symbolizes the nation's respect for the martyrs of the War of Liberation. It is built with concrete, but made of blood. It stands 150 feet tall, but every martyr it symbolizes stands much taller. There is actually Seven towers in it. The foundation of the monument was laid on the first anniversary of the Victory Day. The plan was taken to execute in several phases. The memorial reminds its visitors the great sacrifice of the freedom loving people of Bangladesh. It also warns all oppressors that the weapons of freedom need not be very big, and that oppression will always be defeated. We are inspired by their great sacrifice and we take an oath to materialize their dreams. We bow down our heads in front of the graves to show our respect. It also means our standing upright with honour among the nations of the world.

Traffic Jam

Traffic jam is a common affair in the big cities and towns. It is one of the major problems of modern time. The causes of traffic jam are many. In proportion to our population roads have not increased. The roads are all the same. There are many unlicensed vehicles which should be brought under control. The drivers are not willing to obey the traffic rules. They want to drive at their sweet will. Sometimes traffic jam is so heavy that it blocks half a kilometre. It kills our valuable time. However, this problem can be solved by adopting some measures. Well planned spacious roads should be constructed. One way movement of vehicles should be introduced. Sufficient traffic police should be posted on important points. Unlicensed vehicles should be removed. After doing all these things we can hope to have a good traffic system for our easy and comfortable movement.

Traffic Jam

Traffic jam is a common affair in the big cities and towns. It is one of the major problems of modern time. The causes of traffic jam are many. In proportion to our population roads have not increased. The roads are all the same. There are many unlicensed vehicles which should be brought under control. The drivers are not willing to obey the traffic rules. They want to drive at their sweet will. Overtaking tendency also causes traffic ham. The number of traffic police is insufficient. At office time traffic jam is intolerable. Sometimes traffic jam is so heavy that it blocks half a kilometre. It kills our valuable time and our works are hampered. It causes great sufferings to the ambulance carrying dying patients and the fire brigade vehicles. However, this problem can be solved by adopting some measures. Well planned spacious roads should be constructed. One way movement of vehicles should be introduced. Traffic rules should be impost strictly so that the drivers are bound to obey them. Sufficient traffic police should be posted on important points. Unlicensed vehicles should be removed. After doing all these things we can hope to have a good traffic system for our easy and comfortable movement. 

Grameen Bank

Dr.Muhammad Yunus founded Grameen Bank to help the poor villagers in doing the development works. The aim of the bank is to develop the whole country on the basis of the prosperity of the villages. The Bank helps the poor villagers giving loan on easy conditions. As it is an easy concept of developing a country, it is accepted abroad. As the poor people are the beneficiaries of Grameen Bank, it is called the bank of the poor. Those , who are very poor, are eligible for getting loan. To get loan from Grameen Bank first five or six groups must be formed.  Each group consists of five members. But the members must be helpless, landless and women. Through co-operative systems, it performs its banking activities. The functions of the centre chairperson are to lead and direct the groups. She is responsible for disciplinary activities. The present condition of  Grameen Bank activities in Bangladesh is very satisfactory. This bank gives self-reliance to the poor people. It is a praising step o develop the country through developing the village.

School Magazine

A school magazine is a mouth piece of a school. Usually it contains different kinds of poems, features, stories, remarks, discussions, critical description, etc. Its committee is formed by the combination of teacher and students. Normally, the Headmaster is the chief of the committee. One or more teachers perform as advisors. Again elective students representative serve as proof reader, editor, etc. The committee controls everything of the magazine. Actually a school magazine is very important to the students. Through the magazine the brilliant students get chances to expose and develop their talent. Teachers can get chances to write something for the betterment of the students. I played the role of an editor there. I edited all kinds of topics collected by other member of the committee. The chief editor was our Headmaster Mr. A.N.M. Kamal. The printing cost was bored from the school cultural fund. A school magazine plays an important role in student's life. The students get facility to acquire knowledge by going through the articles written by them as well as the teachers. On the other hand it is prepared to expose the name and fame of the school. 

A School Magazine

A school magazine is a magazine that contains writings of the teachers and the students of a school. Almost every well established school publishes a magazine every year. It gives a view of the life of the school and reveals the creative genius of the students. It contains poems, articles and short stories-all written by the teachers and students. The publication of a school magazine is a very difficult task. The editor and his assistants have to work hard to publish the magazine. The magazine committee invites writings from students and teachers. The editorial board selects the qualified ones for printing. The school magazine serves many useful purposes. The most important is that it brings out the latent creative talents of the students and thus helps them to be great writers. A student feels proud and happy when he finds his own writing in print. The school magazine also reflects the academic and co-curricular activities of the school. It is a treasure island to the students. The students can learn many things from the school magazine. In a word the school magazine mirrors the school.

Our National Flag

The flag which indicates the freedom and sovereignty of a nation is known as a national flag. Its size is confined to10:6. The flag is green with a red circle in the middle of it. The green color represents the ever greenish environmental beautification of the country. The red circle represents the fresh red blood of the martyrs in the Liberation War of 1971. Our national flag is hoisted at govt. offices, educational institutes, etc. On the 16th December, 21st February, our national flag is kept half-mast. Our feelings about the flag is very sensational and respectful. When we see our national flag, our heart is fulfilled with joy and respect. We bow down our heads towards it. Our duty towards it should be responsible and sacrificial. We should take an oath that we must save the honor and dignity of this flag even instead of our lives.

How to Behave With Friends

We are social being so we have friends. In or to maintain our friendship, we should know how to behave with our friends. Firstly, should be sincere in what we say to our friends. We must not quarrel with them. Then we should help our friends in all respects. Next, we should invite our friends to our house and should also visit their houses from time to time. After that, we should stand by our friends in their weal and woe. We should respect our friends’ parents and love their brothers and sisters. Finally, we must be very careful in choosing friends. We must always remember them. Our behavior may guide our friends to the correct path.

The Life of Mongolians

For 3 000 years, the people of the steppes have adopted a pastoral way of life moving in the search of best pastures and campsites. They live by and for their livestock, in the forefront of which the horse undoubtedly was the first animal domesticated in these infinite meadows. Half of the total population of the Mongolia is nomad. They wonder about the vast, borderless plains with their livestock e.g. sheep, goat. Nomads move to the capital city being compelled by the necessity to search for means of subsistence or attracted by city lights and perceived advantages of urban life.  The number of nomads has significantly decreased over the last years. Nomadic life thrives in summer and survives in winter. Considering climatic conditions, especially during winter, such lifestyle may seem to the outside world to be a very hard way of living.

International Mother Language Day

On the day when mother language anniversary is celebrated is known as the International Mother Language Day. The 21st February is the International Mother Language Day. A good number of lives were sacrificed for saving and establishing the mother language. So, the day has been declared as International Mother Language Day. It was accepted an International Mother Language Day by UNESCO. The day for the people of Bangladesh is very important. We remember the great sacrifices of the language martyrs. On the 21 February, 1952 our valiant sons raised their voice against the unjust declaration of the then Pakistani Ruler. They demanded that bangla should be the state language. A good number of people along with Salam, Jabbar, Rafiq, Barkat died at the spot. And on this day we used to celebrate ‘Shahid Dibas’ till 1999. The significant of the day is very great. We are proud of our mother language.

How to Make Oral Saline

Oral Saline is a saline solution, especially one that is used to cure a patient from the shortage of salt and water which pass from the body by diarrhoea, dysentery, cholera or vomiting. Oral Saline helps a patient to keep in good health as the body lacks salt and water. To make oral saline at first one has to take about half a litre of pure water in a clean pot. One has to clean hands washed in soap water. Then he has to make a handful of sugar or sugarcane gur and put it in the water of the container and stir it until the sugar or gur is mixed. Next a little salt about half a pinch of three fingers is to be mixed with the water and stir it until it resolves. It can be kept for twelve hours.

Mobile Phone

Mobile phone is a phone that works without any wire. It is an important medium of communication which helps inter-communication with the people in the shortest possible time. It is transportable in any place. The use of mobile phone is more convenient than that of land phone. The man who sends the message will have to pay the bill but the receiver can respond to the message free of cost. Specially, businessman and the service holders are much benefited through the use of mobile phone. It is useful for the doctors, businessmen and high officials. But it is also useful for the people who are shopping and supplying valuable information sitting in their houses. Sometimes the criminals use this phone to maintain their secrecy. In spite of some such there is no better alternative to mobile phone in communicating with people at home and abroad.

Preventing Diseases

There is a proverb that “Sound mind lives in a sound body.” So, to get a sound mind one must keep his body sound or fit. Again to keep one’s body fit he must keep his body free from diseases. A proverb says prevention is better than cure. When we become ill and take medicine, we actually we try to cure ourselves. On the other hand if we become aware about our health, we can prevent diseases. I am very serious about this matter. So, I maintain some rules. I rise early in the morning. Then I brush my teeth and wash hands and mouth. I also take physical exercise regularly for half an hour. I always take fresh food. I never eat rotten or junk food. I maintain time table in taking food. I also drink pure water. I usually play in the afternoon.  Outdoor games are good for our health. It strengthens our limbs. When I return from outside, I washes my outer limbs. I take bath regularly. I always wear clean and dirt less clothes. I cut my nails once in a week and cut my hair once in a month. I never read after 11 pm. Infact, I maintain a disciplined life to prevent diseases and keep my self free from disease. So if some one wants to keep his body fit he should follow me.

My Parents

The name of my father is Mr. Abdul Hakim and the name of my mother is Mrs. Shamima Akter. My father is a doctor and my mother is an M.A. in English. My father works in a hospital and my mother is a professor in a college. Despite doing government service my father spends much time in social activities. Whenever he gets times, he goes to our village home and gives free treatment to the people. My mother is also involved in different social work especially in helping the distressed poor women. My mother looks after our family very sincerely. She does every household work. She takes great care of all of us. She loves us very dearly. She is ready to sacrifice her own happiness for our happiness. She hopes to see us happy even at the cost of her own life. She holds our good above everything in the world. Her anxiety knows no bounds if we fall ill. She does not enjoy a wink of sleep. But her face beams with joy when we come round. My mother possesses a good sense of sanitation. She keeps our house neat and clean. I like my parents very much. My father also takes much care of all of us. I hold my parents in profound respect. I am greatly indebted to my parents. 

Early Rising

Early rising is the habit of getting up from bed in the morning. It is a very good habit. It is essential and good for health. This habit is of special use to a man in various ways. The man who rises early in the morning can take some exercises or a walk in the morning fresh air by the river side or in the open field. The morning air refreshes both body and mind. Then the air is full of oxygen. An early riser gets enough time to do his work either in study on in other work which will bring him success. Finally he must follow the instructions to rise early. An early riser has many advantages. He can start his daily works earlier. He had nothing to worry. He can earn more and become wealthy. So the habit of early rising is the source of health, wealth and wisdom.

A Bus Stand

Buses carry people up and down the streets, roads and highways. They stop at different places of their stoppage are known as bus stands or bus stops. A busy bus stand remains crowded almost at all hours of the day. One bus comes in and another is about to depart. The hooting of horns the roars of engines and the obnoxious smell of smoke make the place very uncomfortable. At some bus stands, however there are sheds for passengers to wait. These sheds also accommodate snack-shops, tea-stalls and even shops of books, newspapers and magazines. Since bus journeys are getting more and more improve the general conditions in bus stands in the interest of the traveling public. 

Good Neighbours

Neighbours are those persons who live adjacent to us. Man is a social being. He can not live alone in the society. So he has to live with other neighbours in a particular place. A good neighbour is sociable, co-operative, frank and well behaved. He lives in perfect harmony and peace. His relation with other is always good. They stand by him in his weal and woe. He also stands by them in time of their need. When there arisen any dispute between to neighbours, the others come forward and settle it with mutual understanding. He always tries to maintain good terms with each other.

A Moonlit Night

A moonlit night is very romantic. When the full moon appears in the sky is known as moonlit night. A moonlit night is very charming and interesting. The silvery light of the moon overflows the earth. On a moonlit night people feel very exciting and romantic. It arises a sense of classicism as well as naturalism in the minds of the people. Nature looks elegant on a moonlit night. Trees and creepers seem to be the natural ornaments. In a word, everything in nature looks fine and beautiful. Lower animals remain silent on a moonlit night. They seem to be charmed at the beauty of the moonlit night. It leaves a positive effect on human minds. People write poems about different issues when it is moonlit night. It soothes human mind. It helps us feel sound and leads us to the realm of peace and tranquility. In fact, a moonlit night is a heavenly bliss.

A Day Labourer

A day labourer is he who does heavy manual labour in various fields. He is quite known to all. He is to be healthy, strong and stout. He lives with his family in a slum, he gets up early in the morning and goes out in search of work. He works hard from hard from dawn to dusk for his employer and gets his wages at evening. Then he goes to market, buys his daily necessaries and returns to his slum. He is always dependent on his employer. When he gets more work, he earns more and then he and the members of his family eat with their heart’s content. Sometimes he and his family go without food when he can not manage work. However he is in great demand in harvesting season. The life of a day labourer is full of sorrows and sufferings. He can hardly enjoy peace and happiness. In all weathers-good and bad he works hard all day long and earns his livelihood by the sweat of his brow. He does not know what is rest. Though the service of a day labourer is great importance, he is very much neglected. He is ill paid and can hardly make both ends. He is not hold in due respect. So we should have soft feeling for him so that he can lead a decent life with dignity.

How to Do Well In the Examination

To make a good result in the examination means good performance in the examination obtaining high marks. Only a few days labour cannot bring a good result. First, a student must understand the topics thoroughly. Next he must make notes and revise them again and again. In answering a question he should take care that his answer must be to the point. Elaborate answers should be avoided. He should budget his time for each question. He must make his answer legible. The examiner feels boring to look over the same topics again and again. Finally, a student’s hard labour, constant effort, merit, etc may bring him a glorious result in the examination.

My First Day at School

In 1993 I was six years old. I can remember a very important event that happened then. That was my experience about my first day at school. On that day my father took me to Kalachandpur High School situated on our village. He took me to the headmaster’s room. My heart beat fast. But his smiling face and gentle words put me at ease. He asked me my name and I told him my name. Then he pointed to a letter chart and asked me to say some letters. I could say them all. The headmaster then called a teacher and told him to take me to my class. He welcomed me and gave me a seat in the class room. My classmates received me warmly. I felt very happy.

Arsenic Pollution

Arsenic is a kind of slow poison. It is found in the ground water level of the earth. It harms human body seriously. When a man drinks arsenic contaminated water for a long term, his skin is coarsened and one time he suffers from gangrene. On the other hand, he suffers from fatal diseases inside his body. The govt. should take some effective steps to solve this kind of problem. The specialists should be sent to different parts of the country which are affected to Arsenic and should identify the Arsenic contaminated tube-wells. The tube-wells which are polluted by Arsenic should be marked as red sign and the tube-wells of pure water should also be marked as green sign. They should suggest another alternative easy way to the villagers to collect pure drinking water. The arsenic affected patients should be properly treated. The specialists selected many countries specially Bangladesh and India.

Deforestation

Deforestation means cutting down trees at random. This is a problem haunting the whole world. According to the ecologists, for live able environment there should be forest on the 25% land of the total land area. In Bangladesh there is 16% forest of the total land. There are many causes of deforestation. First of all men’s greed is responsible for deforestation. Sometimes because of animosity and enmity man sets fire to the large forest and then deforestation is caused. Sometimes natural calamities damage trees in a large scale. Trees play a pivotal role in maintaining ecological balance. Trees produce oxygen and receive carbon dioxide. In absence of trees carbon dioxide is increasing worldwide. As a result there is global warming. The sea level is rising. Any time in future the earth may be engulfed by seas. So deforestation should be stopped now.

Traveling is a part of education

Traveling means to go from one place to another on foot or by any kind of vehicle the situation allows. Man is by nature a traveling or mobile being. It is, so to speak, his inborn habit and interest to know the unknown, to see the unseen. Traveling is an important way to gain knowledge and acquire education. It gives the first hand knowledge to the traveler and the books give the second hand knowledge. Bookish knowledge be obtained from reading books and practical knowledge can be gathered from traveling. It makes history real. To read about the battle of palassy is one thing and to see the scene of our humiliation is another thing. Traveling also gives us a true conception of the geographical, geological and mineralogical resources of our earth. It creates in us the desire for investigation, exploration and discovery.

Preventing Diseases

There is a proverb that “Sound mind lives in a sound body.” So, to get a sound mind one must keep his body sound or fit. Again to keep one’s body fit he must keep his body free from diseases. A proverb says prevention is better than cure. When we become ill and take medicine, we actually we try to cure ourselves. On the other hand if we become aware about our health, we can prevent diseases. I am very serious about this matter. So, I maintain some rules. I rise early in the morning. Then I brush my teeth and wash hands and mouth. I also take physical exercise regularly for half an hour. I always take fresh food. I never eat rotten or junk food. I maintain time table in taking food. I also drink pure water. I usually play in the afternoon.  Outdoor games are good for our health. It strengthens our limbs. When I return from outside, I washes my outer limbs. I take bath regularly. I always wear clean and dirt less clothes. I cut my nails once in a week and cut my hair once in a month. I never read after 11 pm. Infact, I maintain a disciplined life to prevent diseases and keep my self free from disease. So if some one wants to keep his body fit he should follow me.

A Pen Friend

A pen friend relationship is often used to practice reading and writing in a foreign language, to improve literacy, to learn more about other countries and life-styles, and to make friendships. As with any friendships in life, some people remain pen friend for only a short time, while others continue to exchange letters and presents for life. Some pen friends eventually arrange to meet face to face; sometimes leading to serious relationships, or even marriage. I have pen friend. Her name is Luchi Brown. She is twelve years old and a student of class seven like me. She lives at Sydney in Australia. She writes to me regularly. Through her letter I come to know about there language, culture and also there life style. In her last letter she has sent me a picture her country. Through the exchange of the letter we are getting closer day by day. Indeed, she has become a good friend of mine.

A Street Accident

Our country is over populated. Roads are also busy. So, street accidents have become quite common. Most often accidents take place for careless driving. Everyday we find the news of many road accidents in newspaper. Last week I saw a serious street accident. It took place before my eyes. A young boy was crossing the Mirpur Road. Just at that time a truck was coming at a great speed. A boy was run over by the speedy truck. The truck did not stop rather it speeded away. I rushed to the spot. To my horror I saw that, he was no more a human body but a lump of flesh. I was greatly shocked at this tragic scene. I could not forget the scene. We should bear up in mind that life is more valuable than time.

International Mother Language Day

On the day when mother language anniversary is celebrated is known as the International Mother Language Day. The 21st February is the International Mother Language Day. A good number of lives were sacrificed for saving and establishing the mother language. So, the day has been declared as International Mother Language Day. It was accepted an International Mother Language Day by UNESCO. The day for the people of Bangladesh is very important. We remember the great sacrifices of the language martyrs. On the 21 February, 1952 our valiant sons raised their voice against the unjust declaration of the then Pakistani Ruler. They demanded that bangla should be the state language. A good number of people along with Salam, Jabbar, Rafiq, Barkat died at the spot. And on this day we used to celebrate ‘Shahid Dibas’ till 1999. The significant of the day is very great. We are proud of our mother language.

A Book Fair

A book fair is a kind of fair where many stalls set up to sell books. Generally it is arranged on the occasion of 21st February, Pahela Baishakh, or Independence Day. We the students of class five went a book fair last year. our class teacher, Ms Fatema Begum, went with us. We went there by bus. We took bread, butter, bananas, eggs etc. for our breakfast. We reached the fair at 10 am. The environment of fair was very charming. We bought books of rhymes, jocks, stories, dictionaries with pictures, novels etc. We returned home in the evening.

Visit to the zoo

Last Friday i went to National Zoo at Mirpur in Dhaka with my some classmates. we went there by bus. At first we brought tickets and went inside the zoo. We saw tigers, deer, monkeys and bears. We went to the bird cage. We liked the peacocks. We had great fun.

My Reading Room

I am a student. Like all others, I have a reading room. It is a small room but very neat and clean. It faces the south. It has one door and four windows. There are a chair, a table and a book-shelf in the room. I keep my books and other materials in the shelf. I read sitting on the chair at my table. The table clock and pen-stand are on table. i keep it neat and clean. It is very much helpful for reading.

My Teacher

Ms Farhana is class teacher. She is an M. A. She teaches us English. She also tells funny stories. Sometimes she takes us to visit interesting places. She comes to the class on just time. She is good looking and smart. She behaves gently with us. She is very friendly. I like her very much.

Mohakhali Flyover

Mohakhali flyover is situated at Mohakhali in Dhaka. A flyover is a road. It is built on pillars over another road. Mohakhali flyover helps to avoid traffic jam during office and school time. This flyover is 1.8 kilometres long. Its width is 14.63 metres including the side walks. The flyover is built on 51 pillars. The center of the flyover is 7 metres high from the ground. A chinese company has constructed it. About 136 crore taka was spent to build the flyover.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Our School

The name our school is Kalachandpur High School. I read in class five of this school. The school is two storeyed building. It is a big school. There is a play ground infront of our school. There are six hundred students read in this school. Twelve teachers teach us. The Headmistress is an M.A. The school sits at 10 a.m. and breaks up at 4 p.m. The result of our school is always good. We are proud of our school.

Our Village

The name of our village is Manikdah. It is in the district of Gopalgonj. It is a big village. It stands on the Madhumati. It is a big village. It is four miles long and two miles wide. There are five thousand people in our village. There are two primary schools and a high school in our village. There is a market and a post office in this village. We live a happy life here. We love our village very much.

Your Family

Our family is a small and happy family. There are only four members in our family. There are my father, mother, one brother and no sister. My brother reads in high school. I read in local primary school. We have ideal parents. They are both educated. My father works in a hospital. My mother looks after us. She looks after our health carefully. She also teaches us. She looks after out health carefully. She also teaches us at home. They love us very dearly. We also love them with our heart.

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Arsenic Pollution

Arsenic is a kind of metallic poison. It is found in the ground water level of the earth. It harms human body seriously. When a man drinks arsenic contaminated water for a long term, his skin is coarsened, stained, granulated and one time he suffers from gangrene. on the other hand, he suffers from fatal diseases inside his body. The govt. should take some effective steps to solve this kind of problem.The specialists should be sent to different parts of the country which are affected by Arsenic. They should identify the Arsenic contaminated tube-wells. The tube-wells which are polluted by Arsenic should be marked as red sign and the tube-wells of pure water should also be marked as greed sign. The specialists should suggest he villagers not to drink the arsenic contaminated water. This water can be used only for washing. They should suggest another alternative easy way to find out pure drinking water. The arsenic affected patients should be properly treated. People should be made very conscious of the problems of arsenic and arsenic diseases. Recently the World Bank authority has taken some effective steps to identify the arsenic affected countries of the world and they have already established many Sanitation and Arsenic Protection Organization in the selected countries specially in Bangladesh and India.

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