Thursday, February 28, 2013

Prize Giving Ceremony

The annual prize giving ceremony of our school was held on the 10th March amidst rejoicing and merry making. The day was a holiday. On this day we arranged the arena in a suitable way and decorated it very tastefully. We did this under the guidance of the Physical Instructor and some other teachers. Prizes were also neatly displayed on a separate table on the dais. Adequate seating arrangements were made for the spectators both male and female. All the students were present at the function. Among others, the guardians and some eminent persons of the locality attended the function. The D.C. of Dhaka was the chief guest. The function was started just on time at 4 pm with the recitation of the holy Quran. After that the Headteacher read out the annual report. Then the Chief Guest gave a short speach. He highly praised the overall performance of the school and its excellent JSC and SSC Exam results. Then he gave away the prizes among the students for their outstanding activities. All the successful competitor of each event got a trophy and a certificate.

Thursday, February 21, 2013

The Problem Caused by Illiteracy

Illiteracy means inability to read and write one's mother tongue. An illiterate person is ignorant of modern scientific achievements. Poverty and population explosion are the main reasons of illiteracy. Children of workers, peasants, weavers, potters, blacksmiths have to think of earning before they are able to think of learning. These people cannot afford to send their children to school. illiteracy hampers national progress. Illiterate people are not aware of their political and social rights and obligations. They cannot efficiently discharge their duties. Only forceful and continued efforts can wipe out illiteracy. The mass media can persuade these people to receive education and to send their children to school. As primary education has been made free and compulsory, it is expected that illiteracy will be completely eradicated from the country soon.

Friendship

Friendship is something abstract idea. It cannot be seen but can be felt only. Friendship is not made, but born. Friendship is the precondition of lobe. Shakespeare says that friendship is a nameless address. It is the inherent instinct that is created out of the human heart. It is essential for life because it helps us live happily and peacefully. Without friendship life gets dull and gloomy. For our mental peace and satisfaction we need friendship. A true friend is one, who loves his friend truly and selflessly. There is no alternative to true friendship. It is the celestial gift of God. All the good things develop friendship. Honesty, love, good manners, education and so on develop friendship. Mutual understanding maintains friendship. Without having mutual understanding, there will be be friendship. A false friend does harm to the real friends. he is the fair weather friend. He is not a friend in need. He does not think good of his friend. He is jealous of his friend's betterment. That's why, a false friend must be avoided.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Noise Pollution

Noise pollution means sound pollution. It is not desirable. Science creates noise pollution with its invention. It has invented so many instruments that create sound too much. Too much sound is responsible for noise pollution. Southern part of the country is more affected by noise because in this part there are many mills and factories. hydrolic horns, cassette players, mike, ring of the bell and the lining are the source of noise pollution is cites. Cities are being polluted and corrupted by the noise pollution. Because of it city areas are becoming anti-inhabitable. It affects our health very badly. We lose our power of hearing because of it. It creates our hypertension. it causes irritation problem in us. Apart from this, it weakens our brains and hence, we fail to think profoundly. we can minimize it by controlling frequency of sounds. The desirable unites of sound should be maintained by all, who use sound for various purposes. Necessary laws should be enacted to prevent it with an iron hand. It is our consciousness that can help minimize it successfully.

How to Learn English

English is treated as a lingua franca to communicate internationally. It is widely used and accepted as a medium of international communication. It helps to get higher education. It is also helpful to get good jobs. So, the importance of learning English is self explanation. To acquire good command over English, one has to practice four Skills-- listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Acquisition and learning are the two important procedures tongue. Listening and speaking are the means of acquiring a language. One can develop one's ability to understand English by listening to radio or TV or the conversation of the English speaking people. It is a subconscious process. By following this method one can speak English spontaneously. On the other hand learning is another process by which one the rules of language, sentence structures, usage of words, etc. According to the language specialists, acquisition is easier and longer lasting than learning. Reading the newspapers will help one to learn English quickly. A learner should enrich his vocabulary by keeping a note book of unknown words. He must practise writing and speaking all the time. Thus he can develop his communicative skill.

Monday, February 18, 2013

Importance of Radio

Radio is a wonderful invention of modern science. It broad casts programmes through air using electronic waves. Radio broadcasts different kinds of programmes, such as recreational, informational, educative, communicative etc. People can be aware of with the news broadcast by radio. Almost most of the people of Bangladesh listen to the programmes of radio. The importance of radio is great. From the programmes of radio men can be conscious of different kinds of dangers and unexpected perils. Radio influences human mind in an impressing way. It influences human mind with its different kinds of excellent programmes. Radio can broadcast educational programmes in spreading the light of education. The impact of radio on the rural Bangladesh is quite satisfactory. To make the general people conscious of different concerns radio can play  an important role as a mass media. Today it is very popular as it fulfills the demand of people of all classes through its various programmes. One can hear the news because it broadcasts different kinds of entertaining programmes. Its educative value is very great because it broadcast different kinds of educative programmes. A radio brings people together by broadcasting sensational and conscious programs. In a word, a radio has become an indispensable part of our everyday life.

Tree Plantation

Tree Plantation means to plant trees in a fixed or different areas to produce wood. The importance of tree plantation can't be ignored any more. Through tree plantation our environment remains balanced properly. Natural calamities can't occur unexpectedly. Our demand of food is met up. Oxygen is properly balanced in air. The most important thing is that ecological balance remains fit for the betterment of the maintenance of humans and animals and plants as well. If trees aren't planted, we can't get food, oxygen and different kinds of needful elements from the trees. So, there is a close relationship in between trees and humans. If there had been no trees, the environment would have lost balance. Floods and drought may occur repeatedly. Lands would turn into desert place. The rainy season is the best time for plantation of trees. We should take some effective measures to grow them well. We should take care of them properly as to the animals or other concerns can't damage them. We can get available trees from any nursery or govt. agriculture department. We can take part in tree plantation campaign. We should make the tree plantation program successful for a better habitat.

Education

Education means something logical. What we get to change our life structure is known as education. What is productive is education. It is the fullest development of body, mind and soul. We acquire education for three reasons. We achieve it firstly for livelihood. Secondly for our mental exposure. And last of all we achieve it for a peaceful co-existence. When we feel that we need to change our mode of life as well as thinking and thought, we drive for education. It is truly compared to the backbone of a nation. The nation, that is educated, can stand straight as education is the key stone of development. The equality of education in our country is not scientific. It is still colonial. We can improve it by introducing scientific steps in our system of education. Without logical basis, no system of education can be improved. It is really necessary to improve our system of education because we are still backward. We need to go ahead. If our system of education is much improved, we can flourish ourselves as a prosperous nation. Really it is a burning question of the day.

Sunday, February 17, 2013

MY FIRST DAY AT SCHOOL



Human life is the collection of some important events. Of those events, some events are forgotten but some other events are so important and heart touching that can not be forgotten and remain fresh in the mind. My first day school is one of those events which will remain ever fresh in my heart. I was then 6 years old. One day my mother told me that I was going to start my school the next day. I was very excited. I couldn’t think of anything else. I was always thinking about the school, the teachers, and the students of the school. I couldn’t even sleep at night. The next morning my mother woke me up early in the morning. I had a bath and put on my best clothes. Having breakfast we started walking towards the school. After half an hour we reached the school.  I saw many students on the school campus. Some were playing and some were talking to each other. But I did not know any one. So, I got little nervous. My mother took me to the headmaster's room. He asked me some questions. As I could answer them all, he became pleased. He called in a teacher and send me to my class with her. I was admitted to class one. The class teacher and the student receive me heartily. Though I was little nervous, soon I became easy. I will remember the day as long as I live.

A MEMORABLE EVENT OF MY LIFE



Human life is the collection of some important events. Of those events, some events are forgotten but some other events are so important and heart touching that can not be forgotten and remain fresh in the mind. My first day school is one of those events which will remain ever fresh in my heart. I was then 6 years old. One day my mother told me that I was going to start my school the next day. I was very excited. I couldn’t think of anything else. I was always thinking about the school, the teachers, and the students of the school. I couldn’t even sleep at night. The next morning my mother woke me up early in the morning. I had a bath and put on my best clothes. Having breakfast we started walking towards the school. After half an hour we reached the school.  I saw many students on the school campus. Some were playing and some were talking to each other. But I did not know any one. So, I got little nervous. My mother took me to the headmaster’s room. He asked me some questions. As I could answer them all, he became pleased. He called in a teacher and send me to my class with her. I was admitted to class one. The class teacher and the student receive me heartily. Though I was little nervous, soon I became easy. I will remember the day as long as I live.

Saturday, February 16, 2013

International Mother Language Day

International Mother Language Day is an observance held annually on 21 February worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It was first announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999. Its observance was also formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.International Mother Language Day has been observed every year since 2000 February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. The date represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bangla, as one of the two national languages of the then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, the capital of what is now Bangladesh.International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999. On 16 May 2009 the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States "to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world". By the same resolution, the General Assembly proclaimed 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to promote unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism.

My First Day at School


Human life is the collection of some important events. Of those events, some events are forgotten but some other events are so important and heart touching that can not be forgotten and remain fresh in the mind. My first day school is one of those events which will remain ever fresh in my heart. I was then 6 years old. One day my mother told me that I was going to start my school the next day. I was very excited. I couldn’t think of anything else. I was always thinking about the school, the teachers, and the students of the school. I couldn’t even sleep at night. The next morning my mother woke me up early in the morning. I had a bath and put on my best clothes. Having breakfast we started walking towards the school. After half an hour we reached the school.

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