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Our College Common Room

Every college has a common room for the students. When the students have no classes, they go to the common room for rest and recreation. We also have a common room for us on the college premises. It is a fairly large one-storeyed building and is well-equipped and well-furnished. It has the daily newspapers spread out on the stands for the students to read. Journals and magazines of light nature are also kept there. The common room is provided with facilities for indoor games. There we can play carom, table tennis, and billiards. The students inside the common room are invariably found jolly and jovial. Some students engage in gossips and their topics range from the film-world to the world of politics. Inside the common room, there is a TV corner. The coloured TV with its dish-antenna can show programmes from any place in the world. We are happy to have a common room of this standard.

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Our Education System

Our educational system should be thoroughly reformed. The development of a nation totally depends on its system of education. The percentage of literacy in our country is 65.5. But it is very painful that though the government fosters the development of education, it gradually deteriorates. The students do not concentrate their mind on studies. Violence takes place in the seats of education. Those who have passed the exam during this critical period are not well-educated. There is a lack of proper planning in our education system. Educational institutions do not function properly. The teachers do not pay their attention to the classes, rather they pay attention to coaching centres. As a consequence, the students become derailed. To get rid of this indiscipline, Bangladesh National Commission has changed the old order and given new rules of education. If these all are applied practically, the educational system may develop. And to develop the educational system students, teachers and even the high officials of the government should co-operate.

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Obeying Your Senior

Obeying senior is one of the greatest virtues of man. By ‘senior’ we can mean father, mother, elder brothers, and sisters, uncles, aunts, grandfather, grandmother etc. To us, our parents are superior to Heaven. They have brought us up in our childhood. They have looked after us from our infancy with the greatest care and love. Without their loving care, our existence on earth would be impossible. Like our parents, our brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, grandfather, grandmother also care for us. Their joys know no bounds if they find us happy. They are wiser and more experienced. It is our bounden duty to act according to their direction and advice. By obeying the seniors we can be respected by others. For if our juniors see us obeying our senior they will also obey us. By obeying our senior, we shall be respected by other people. Our religion teaches us that to please the parents as well as the other seniors is to please God. So if we obey our seniors, God will be pleased with us.

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On Being Punctual

Punctuality means the habit of doing things at the right time. The person, who always does his duty in time, is a punctual man. A punctual man always gets up early in the morning. He takes his breakfast in time. He also does his every work in due time. He is never late in rising from bed and in attending to his duties. Punctuality is a habit. But it is not easy to be punctual. It is very easy to waste time. It is easier to say that we will do it tomorrow. If we do not perform our duties on time, we have to repent subsequently. So, to get rid of this awful situation we have to give up bad habits. We must try to learn the habit of observing punctuality from the very beginning of our lives. A punctual man always does his duties in time. A punctual student learns his lessons in time. Punctuality is of utmost importance in professional life. If a doctor becomes unpunctual, the patient may die. And also if a teacher is unpunctual, the students learn nothing in his life. The habit of everyone. Even he loses his friends. An unpunctual man can do nothing in his life. The habit of punctuality requires long and careful training and so this habit should be cultivated quite early in life.

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Oral Saline

Oral saline is the only effective remedy in the case of diarrhoea. When someone suffers from diarrhoea his body is dehydrated, oral saline fills up the dehydration. If diarrhoea attacked person is not given oral saline at the proper time he may die. Now we find many brands ready-made oral saline which we have to mix with proper amount of water. Making oral saline is not hard. To make oral saline we need a handful of gur or sugar, a pinch of salt and half a litre of pure water. By mixing all these things properly we can make oral saline and this saline can be used for twelve hours. A patient should be given all the natural foods he takes with the oral saline. We see many advertisements of oral saline on the television to make the people aware of what to do when somebody is attacked by diarrhoea. Very often the advertisements teach us how to make oral saline and its uses. Through various programmes are telecast regarding oral saline and its uses, many people and children die of diarrhoea every year.

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