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Self-Reliance

Self-reliance denotes that a man depends on himself and does not wait to be helped by others. A man who depends on others for doing his work or meeting his need can never be successful in life. Others may not be in a position to come forward with their helping hand neglecting their own duties. In that case, the man who depends on others will land into the wilderness of frustration. So the proverb goes, “Self-reliance is the best help.” One of the greatest virtues is, therefore, the habit of self-reliance. A man who does not depend upon other enjoys a sort of glorious independence. His attitude towards life is the attitude of a hero. He is a host in himself. Depending on his own resources, he accepts the challenge of life and devises the ways and means to solve his own problems. He is ever ready to take initiatives in the different spheres of life. He is always confident of overcoming his difficulties and finding a way that may lead him to his goal. Everybody should, therefore, develop the habit of self-reliance from the very childhood.

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Session Jam

The word ‘jam’ has now been a very common term among the graduation or post-graduation level students in our country and there’s hardly any graduate who didn’t suffer session jam. The failure to complete a course in time is called session jam. Session jam clogs students in a session for a longer period of time than usual as traffic jam clogs vehicles at a certain point for a longer period of time. When the universities cannot complete the duty of the course in the session concerned owing to many kinds of problems or turmoil, especially political violence, it causes session jam. Authority’s tardiness to implement the exam calendar, some institutions’ failure to finish the courses in time, natural disaster and sometimes students’ movement to defer the exam also cause session jam. Whatever the reasons for session jam are, the students and guardians suffer the bad impact and brunt of the session more than anybody else. Students lagging behind in completing their courses which leaves bad effect on their career building as well. The guardians are to spend more money for a longer period of time than expected for their children. Students are to waste their valuable time which is a great loss of national resources as well. University authority, political parties, teachers and students have to be more sincere and prompt so that students can get rid of the curse of session jam.

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Shopping

Some people are very much fond of shopping. A shopping place or a market is generally located in a centre where communication and transportation facilities to and from various places exist. Shopping centres are available in the city. But in the village, it is rare. It is said that women are fond of shopping. Usually, they buy clothes, cosmetics, and utensils. They sometimes visit shopping centres with their children and husbands. Often male members have to go shopping for daily necessaries. One should remain alert while shopping. The villagers gather in the ‘hut’ once or twice a week. A bag or a basket is necessary for shopping. Thousands of people go shopping on the occasion of the holy Eid, Durga Puja or New-Year. Then the shopping centres become crowded with people. Shopping is very troublesome then. Children buy different garments and toys from the market. Showpieces, handicraft-goods, furniture and displayed to sell in the shop. People go shopping in the book fair, a village fair, trade fair several times. Shopping is a kind of recreation also.

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Study Tours

Study tours are very important for students. People undertake tours for business, for sight-seeing or for necessity. But students undertake tours for educational purposes. A study tour teaches and teaches better than teachers and books. No sense-organ is more potent a factor in learning than the eye. We hear and yet we may doubt. We read and yet we may question. But once we see a thing all our doubts are set at rest. Our book knowledge is confirmed. No amount of reading or lecturing can give us the same knowledge about the seats of our ancient civilization at Paharpur, Mahasthangarh or Shalban Vihara as we can derive from visiting these places personality. Book knowledge unless supplemented by practical experience is not a help but is often a hindrance. Thus study tours are an essential part of education. Considering their importance, the outstanding educational institutions make an arrangement of study tours for their students every year.

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Education is one of the basic needs of a human being and travelling or a tour to different places of historical or other importance is one of the ways to get education. During the education period, teachers try to arrange the study tour. In the period of globalization, teachers want that their students can be first in the competition. So, they arrange such a kind of tour. From our school, we had gone to Chattogram on a study tour by train. There were 40 students and 4 teachers with us. In this tour, we observed the historical objects and learnt that in 1905 Assam was a Muslim province and it was a developed area. The people of this province were educated. They were conscious of their political rights. We enjoyed the tour singing and dancing. After 7 educated. They were conscious of their political rights. We enjoyed the tour singing and dancing. After 7 days, we returned in a delightful mind. The memory of this study tour will remain ever fresh in my mind.

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Sub-Regional Forum

The SAARC may be regarded as a Sub-Regional Forum in South Asia. It stands for the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation. It is a voluntary association of the seven countries of South Asian namely Bangladesh, Bhutan, Indian, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Its aim is to fight against poverty, to work in cooperation on matters of mutual interest in the economic, social, technical and cultural fields. The Association embodies the hopes and aspirations of millions of people of the region to work unitedly for the improvement of the quality of their lives, and for peace progress and stability of the region. The first meeting of the SAARC was organized on two basic principles. The decision in the SAARC should be taken on the basis of unanimity and the bilateral disputed issues should not be included in the agenda. The establishment of SAARC is a historic event. This Sub-Regional Forum seeks to create a better climate of harmony, cooperation, trust and understanding among the member countries.

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