Monday, March 30, 2009

Industry is the mother of good luck

In this mundane life there is nobody who does not nourish within himself the hope of fortune. But fortune does not come automatically. It is to be earned through hard labor and patient diligence. A man has to be perseverant and painstaking to achieve fortune in life. Very few men attain fortune because they do not make a proper division of their time and perform their duties timely. They while away their time in sheer idleness. They have no courage to fight against the failures of life. Once they fail, fail for ever. They lose heart when they face difficulties. They forget that man falls to rise. They never get the favor of God. On the other hand the men who are industrious, perseverant and hard working win fortune in the end. The men who possess strong will power and exert the strength of mind are sure to attain fortune. They are never baffled. They face any sort of difficulty however big or small, bravely. They never depend on others. They believe in their strength and power of action. Sincere efforts and hard work have got reward of its own. So industry is the mother of good luck.

Man is the architect of his own fate

True that man is the architect of his own fate. He can achieve what he desires to achieve. It is wrong to think that man’s life on earth is decided by fate. It is not fate but sincere efforts and indomitable courage that mould his fate. There may ups and downs but he should not lose heart. He may face innumerable odd situations and adversities but he should not allow them to damp his spirit. Rather he should be courageous to fight against the misfortunes of life. All his attempts may not be crowned with success but today or tomorrow he is sure to succeed. The human history is replete with glaring example of men rising to the peak of glory from a humble beginning merely by dint of their hard labor and sincere efforts. On the contrary those who waste time in sheer idleness and lack in courage and spirit and depend on fate can not do anything noble but stumble in the way of life. The oft quoted example of Robert Bruce is worth mentioning here. He did not submit to his fate but tried his main and might and thus reached his destination. So it can be said that man is the architect of his own career but not fate that shapes his future.

All That Glitters is not gold

Gold is the most precious and useful of all metals. It glitters and looks very beautiful. There are also many worthless things that can be made to glitter but they are not real gold. This means that all that glitters is not gold. So the proverb teaches us that we should not judge a thing on its outward appearance because appearances are deceptive. A man wearing a fine dress may be a gentleman in his outward appearance but in reality he may be a criminal. As a matter of fact the people who are wicked out and out look very polished and gentle. In our day to day life we find many men who pretend to be our real friends and well wishers. They throng round us in our prosperity but they desert us when we are in evil days. Similarly we should not be attracted to thing which is very showy in its external appearance because the thing may be worthless in quality. On the other hand, and ordinary man is better than the man who pretends to be a gentle man. The ordinary man will not do any harm to us although he does not seem to be gentle in his outward appearance. So fact is not always the index of mind.

A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss

Moss does not gather on a stone which rolls from place to place. Similarly a man who constantly changes his occupation can never win success. No moss of wealth, reputation and honor can gather upon a man who most often changes his profession. If anyone wants to crown his life with success, it is, therefore, necessary that he should adhere to one thing for a long time. A man who constantly changes his vocation is never trusted by the public. He can not command others respect. His first attempt may not be crowned with success but he should not forget that failure is the pillar of success. He should not change his profession. Rather he should stick to it and try again and again. An unstable character should be patient and persevering. On the other hand a person who adheres to one thing in spite of recurrent failure can succeed in life. He does not fly from one thing to another. He does not undo his fortune by changing his profession. he remains steady at his job and draw others attention and that is the way to success and prosperity.

A Stitch in Time Saves Nine

The proverb teaches us a good lesson. It teaches us that we should do the right thing at the right moment because timely action brings for us great success and achievement and prevents great loss. By observing the proverb we can save ourselves from all those injuries which arise from our neglect. We are naturally easy going and indolent. We do not like to finish a thing at its right moment. We are averse to repair a small defect. We first treat a light defect as trifle and thus a little grows apace and acquires the strength of a giant. But any weakness or defect should not be allowed to grow so quickly and appears to be venomous as an evil, so it should be remedied at the first opportunity. So we should form the habit of doing a thing at the proper time and this will save us from a lot of troubles. We should make our mind to act promptly. We must be always well prepared for all things. Thus the proverb is of great importance to us.

Saturday, March 21, 2009

Country Profile of Bangladesh

Bangladesh Profile
Official Name : The People's Republic of Bangladesh
Capital: Dhaka : Area-1416 Sq.Km. Population 9.9 million in 2001
President : Md. Zillur Rahman
Geographical Location : Between 23°.34' and 26°.38' north latitude and between 88°.41' and 92°.41' east longitude.
Area: 1,47,570 sq.km. Territorial Waters 22.22 km. Economic Zome-Upto 370.40 km. in the high seas, measured from the base line.
Boundary
North: India West : India East : India and and Mayanmar South: Bay of Bengal
Religion (Census 1991): Islam (88.3%), Hinduism (10.5%), Buddhism (0.6%) and Christianity(0.3%)
Unit of Currency: Taka
Time : GMT+6.00 hours.
Administrative Units : Division: 6; Zila: 64; Thana: 507; Union: 4484; Village: 87319
Major Cities : Dhaka, Chittagong. Khulna, Rajshahi, Mymensing, Comilla, Barisal, Sylhet.
Climate: Average Winter temp (Max 29° C Min 11° C ). Average Summer temp (Max 40° C Min 21° C)
Monsoon Rainfall: Lowest 340mm. Highest 964 mm.
Humidity: Highest 99% Lowest 36 %
Main Seasons: Winter (November – February ), Summer (May –June), Monsoon (July – October)
Population in Census 2001 : Approximately 129 million;Growth rate 1.48% per annum; Sex ratio 103.8 males per 100 females; Urban Population 23.39%. ;No of household units 25.36 million ;Density per square km 834.
Language : Bengali but English is widely used.
Principal River: Padma, Meghna, Jamuna, Bhahmaputra, Teesta, Surma and Karnaphuli in all 700 rivers including tributaries and branches.
Principal Minerals: Natural Gas, Lignite Coal, Limestones, Ceramic, Clay and Glass Sand.
Principal Crops: Rice, Jackfruit, Jute, Tobacco, Sugarcane, Pulses, Oilseeds, Spices, Potatoes, Vegetables, Bananas, Mangoes, Coconut, Tea and Wheat.
Principal Industries: Garments, Jute, Cotton, Textile, Tea, Paper, Newsprint, Cement, Fertilizer, Sugar, Engineering, Electric cables , Leather, Fish.
Principal Exports: Readymade garments, Jute and Jute products, Tea, Leather and Frozen food.
Sea Ports : Chittagong and Mongla.
Airports: Dhaka, Chittagong , Jessore, Rajshahi, Iswardi, Sylhet, Cox’s Bazar, Syedpur and Barisal .
Radio Station : Dhaka, Chittagong, Khulna, Rajshahi, Rangpur, Sylhet, Comilla,Jessore,Bogra, Cox's Bazar, Barisal,Rangamati and Thakurgaon .
Television Station: Dhaka, Natore, Chittagong, Brahamanbaria ,Patuakhali,Jhenaidah, Thakurgaon, Rajshahi,Satkhira,Rangamati,Cox's Bazar, Noakhali, Sylhet,Mymenshing,Khulna and Rangpur
Satellite Station: Betbunia ( Chittagong) and Talibabad (Dhaka) for international telecommunication.
Education(1999 based): Universities: 32; Medical Collage: 24; Bangladesh Institute of Technology: 4; Colleges 2288; Polytechnic Institutes 21; Secondary School 14069; Primary School 65610
Health (1999 based):Hospitals 1277; Hospital beds 44374;Registered physician: 30864
Electricity :220 Volts A.C. in all cities and towns.
Tourist Season:October to March
Main Tourist Attractions.:Colourful tribal life of Hill Tracts, world’s longest sea beach at Cox’s Bazar, centuries old historical sites at Dhaka , Paharpur, Mainamati, Mohastangar, Sundarban the home of the Royal Bengal Tiger, largest tea garden, reverine life, ect.
Wearing Apparel:Tropical in Summer and Light woolen in Winter.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

A Little Learning is a dangerous thing

The well known proverb has a deep meaning it. It warns us against the danger of shallow knowledge. So a man with little learning poses to be a vast learned man and behaves in the most artificial way. He always talks big and wants to prove himself a man of letters. He brings no good to the society. He does more harm than good. He does not care for the others, opinion. He is not headed and unsober. He always boasts of his learning. He with his shallow knowledge leads man in the wrong path. However, he is a laughing stock before a circle of real educated persons. On the other hand, a learned man is sober, soft and sound. He is polite and gentle in his manner. He never boasts of his learning’s. He does not talk much. He attracts one to all with the depth of his knowledge. He has the strength of mind and brain. The more he learns, the more does he feel that he has learnt a little? He has many things to learn. He thinks that he is an iota in the ocean of knowledge. But a man of little learning does not think so. He thinks that he has learnt a lot.

Failures are the Pillars of success

Life is not a bed of roses. It is full of thorns. There are ups and downs in life. Life means perpetual struggle. We are to tight hard against cruel realities of life. Our attempts always may not be crowned with success. We may fail once and again but we should not lose heart rather we should take heart and advance with indomitable spirit and invincible will power. We should not consider failure a curse. We should accept it heartily because failures are not really as bad as they are thought to be. Failure is a curse to those lacks in action and have no determination. But failure can not dishearten a man of iron will and firm determination. It develops our latent powers and strengthens our mind. It teachers a man to be self determined. Failure makes us conscious of our defects and helps us to rectify ourselves. We can know the reason of our unsuccessful from failure. Then we can start our work with new energy and finish it successfully. So failure, instead of damping our spirits, paves the way to success.

Saturday, February 28, 2009

Honorable Prime Minister of the People's Republic of Bangladesh

SHEIKH HASINA, Prime Minister of Bangladesh, was born on 28 September, 1947 at Tungipara under Gopalganj district. She is the eldest of five children of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the founder of independent Bangladesh.
Under her leadership her party Bangladesh Awami League led grand alliance to win a landslide victory in the 9th Parliament Election on December 29, 2008 with 262 seats out of 299 in the National Parliament.
Sheikh Hasina took oath as Prime Minister of Bangladesh at a ceremony held at Banghabhaban on January 06, 2009. Sheikh Hasina is married having one son and one daughter.

Honorable President of the People's Republic of Bangladesh

Mr. Md. Zillur Rahman, the 19th President of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, was born in a respectable Muslim family under Bhairab Thana of Kishoreganj district on March 09, 1929. His father late Meher Ali Mian was a renowned lawyer, the Chairman of the then Mymensingh Local Board and the Member of the District Board.
Mr. Md. Zillur Rahman sworn in of the office of the President of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh on 12 February 2009 as the 19th President.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

The 21st February

The 21st February is a memorable day in Bangladeshi national life. The day bears the memory of the great ‘Language Movement’ which was at the root of our liberation war. In 1947, Pakistan was established but soon we understood that we did not have equal share with the other citizens of Pakistan. A clear indication of this was given in the efforts to make Urdu the only State Language of Pakistan. The Bengalis opposed it from the very beginning. On the 21st February 1952, the police fired on a demonstration in favor of Bangla, namely Rafiq, Zabbar, Salam and Barkat laid down symbol of Bangladeshi national inspiration. The day is observed with great respect and enthusiasm. Innumerable processions are brought out early in the morning and they and up at the Shahid Minar. Banners and posters are also displayed on this day. Meetings, seminars, symposiums and cultural ceremonies are also held throughout the country. This day is not merely a day of ceremonies. It reminds us of our history, cultural heritage and national identity. it also gives us a direction to Bangladesh national life. Now, it has been declared the ‘International Mother Language Day’. The world has approved Bangladeshi’s sacrifice and national issue. It is a great achievement for Bangladesh country and the nation. Bangladeshi people are really proud of this day.

What is a Paragraph?

A paragraph is a group of sentences related to one another by a single idea or subject developing a single point. The division must be made according to the changes of ideas introduced. There is no exact rule as to the length of a paragraph. They may be short on long according to the necessity. Sometimes only a single sentence may make a paragraph. In a paragraph, sentences must serve a definite purpose. A simple rule about paragraphs is that one paragraph should contain one idea. While composing paragraphs remember not to put too much into one paragraph. Paragraphs are accessory to organize materials and also to control the visual image of the page. A text without breaks will tire our eyes and discourage reading of the text.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

IELTS

Concept of IELTS
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is an International Standard Testing on English language now taken in over 100 different countries in the world. There are two versions of IELTS test. One of them Academic Module (for students seeking entry to a university or institution of higher education offering degree and diploma course) and the another one is General Training Module (for professionals seeking immigration to Canada, Australia, New Zealand etc.).

Why you need
In all English speaking countries, it is a prerequisite to achieve vast and necessary knowledge of English for getting student visa or immigration. Most Australian, British, Canadian, New Zealand, Ireland especially European Countries Academic institutions accept IELTS. American academic institutions are increasingly accepting IELTS for admission purposes. At present scenario, it is a must to have distinctive IELTS score to be an immigrant in Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

What you need
You need a pretty good IELTS score to get a student visa or immigration visa for the aforesaid countries. And to get that, you need so many things i.e. ideas, strategies, time estimation, proper guideline, excellent writing skill, fluency in speaking, study materials etc. In Listening section you need to predict the questions within very short time. Watch BBC, Australian Broadcasting co-operation, National Geographic Channel to improve listening. In Reading Section time management is main thing for skimming and scanning the given passage. Try to real daily English newspapers to improve rapid reading. In WRITING Section, you need some grammatical rules, i.e. English efficiency for free hand writing within short times. For SPEAKING section you have to maintain some logical order such as fluency, relevancy, grammar, using connective words are repeatitingless, then expected result will come out.

GED

The Computer based GED, The test of General Education Development Provides individuals with the opportunity to earn a U.S high School credential. By taking and passing a Series of five tests. An individual can demonstrate an acquired level of learning that is compatible to that of U.S high School. Starting an 1942 in USA, Now from North America to Australia, Europe to Asia-Most countries all over the world recognize and accept GED as American High School Diploma.

Opportunities of GED in Bangladesh:
Most of the private Universities in Bangladesh (NSU, IUB, EWU. BU< AIUB & others) Welcome GED Graduates.
For whom Anyone who-
Has passed SSC/ ‘O’ level or even HSC / ‘A’ level & wants a English Medium American High School Diploma.
Does not want to delay access to Universities worldwide after SSC / ‘O’ level.
Has passed HSC / ‘A’ level with ‘non-so-good’ result.
Has study break.
The GED tests measure important knowledge and skills expected of U.S. high School in two parts.
Part One:
Writing Skills
Interpreting Literature and the Arts

Part Two:
Mathematics
Social Studies
Science

GED Marking System:
You must get a minimum score of 40 on each of the 5 tests, with a total score of no fever than 225 points. This means you must score higher than 40 on some tests to get the extra 25 points.

Testing Center for GED in Bangladesh:
American Alumni Association
House # 135 Road # 13E
Banani, Dhaka.
Phone: 9881669

TOEFL

About TOEFL

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is an International Standard Test on English Language, which is operated and taken by ETS (Education Testing Service). USA since 1963 among the non-English speaking people of the world. TEOFL measures the depth of knowledge on English. It is the test for students who must demonstrate English language proficiency to get entered to universities or training program in English speaking countries. That’s why most American and Canadian Colleges, Institutes, Research Firms, Universities ask for a reasonable TOEFL score for admission for the foreign studies. In this case the minimum acceptable score is 233+. At present this test has been computer based. Listening, Reading Comprehension, Analogy, writing are the four sections of the TOEFL test.

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