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A Visit to an Industrial Fair

An industrial fair is an exhibition of industrial goods. It is held at a convenient time of the year and in our country generally in winter. Different firms and companies set up stalls in the fair and show their products to the people. When foreign companies participate in the fair, it is called an international fair. The participants decorate their stalls beautifully in keeping with their national culture and tradition to attract the buyers also throng the fair to buy quality goods. Often foreigners come to the fair. Thus it gives an opportunity to meet with different peoples. It is a pleasure to visit an industrial fair. One can see the latest goods produced by different companies. One can buy them or merely go window-shopping. But sometimes it is so crowded that it becomes difficult to walk about freely in the fair and buy things.

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Aims of Education

The aim of education is to make a full and happy man. To achieve the purpose cultivation and development of the latent faculties of man are necessary. But man has a body and a mind. So education should aim at the development of both of them. The human brain has enormous capacities and education should aim at creating atmosphere and opportunities for developing those faculties. The brain cannot work properly in a diseased body. So the aim of education should be to create a healthy mind in a healthy body. And this can alone make a complete and happy man. So a complete system of education should include liberal, technical and physical education. The liberal studies like literature, history, philosophy, and the physical sciences broaden his mind. Technical education enables him to conquer the forces of nature and helps him to earn a living. The physical education gives him a good healthy body. Thus the aim of education should be to produce a complete enlightened man useful to society and humanity at large.

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ATM Card

ATM card is an important media of money exchange. ATM means Automated Teller Machine. The terms and condition of ATM Card are stated in the agreement relating to the availability of cash withdrawal and other electronic payment services. The bank may issue a card if he or she maintains an account at any of its branches. The bank reserves the right to refuse an application for the issuance or renewal of a card. It separate cards are issued to holders of a joint account then each cardholder shall be jointly and personally liable to the bank. The card is the property of the bank and must be returned to the bank. The card is to be used solely by the cardholder. It must not be transferred or pledged as security under any circumstances. It is very risky to take a large amount of money from one place to another. ATM card enables a bank client to avoid the risk of carrying cash. The function of this card is to act as an alternative to money.

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A Bus Stand / A Bus Stop

Buses carry people up and down the streets, roads, and highways. They stop at different places on their routes to take and leave the passengers. These places of their stoppage are known as bus stands or bus stops. A bus stand is usually a place of great din and bustle. Buses arrive and depart and, in the process, give rise to a hue and cry. The jostlings of passengers, the cries of hawkers, the approach of beggars, the altercations between the conductors and passengers are some of the disgusting features of a bus stand. Besides 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, journals, magazines, steps should be taken to improve the general conditions in bus stands in the interest of the travelling public.

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A Launch Ghat

Bangladesh is a land of rivers. A large number of our people have to travel by aquatic transports. Launches and streamers fall within this category of aquatic conveyance. There are places on the water-routes where these vehicles stop to take and leave passengers and cargoes. These are known as launch ghats or steamer ghats. A launch ghat is generally a landmark on the bank of a big river. It has a terminal building and a pier as well as other necessary establishments and installations to facilitate the arrival and departure of launches and steamers. A launch ghat is a very crowded place. The passengers, the kulies, the hawkers, the beggars, and the pick-pockets make there a big gathering. The hooting of the vessels, the columns of smoke emitted by the engines, the obnoxious smell of the burnt fuel-oil are some of the conditions that make the place disquieting. The vessels come and go day and night and keep it busy round the clock. Considering the importance of launch ghats all measures should be taken to improve their general conditions.

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