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Teaching as a profession

Teaching is one of the oldest professions in the world. It is certainly one of the noblest ones. The teacher once was called guru, always enjoyed not only the patronage but also the reverence of the state. In those days teaching was a private affair. “Teachers are the guardians of civilization”, says Bertrand Russell. The art of teaching in modern times has undergone a revolutionary change. It has become highly specialized. Formerly, the success of a teacher depended on his personal skill. But today every teacher has to take training in teaching. There are a good number of teaching methods. A teacher must know them and apply them in the classroom situation. Nowadays, teaching aids are there: A teacher, to make his lesson lively and attractive, must use various teaching materials and aids in the class. He has a lot of functions to do. He guides explain and demonstrate. He keeps his pupils awake and discovers the treasure hidden in each student. As a nation builder, his importance is no less than that of a political leader. But in our society teachers are neglected. Steps should be taken immediately to make the teaching as a profession as an honourable, dignified, and respectable one. Aristotle said, “Those who educate children are more honoured than even their parents; for these only give them life; those the art of living well.”

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Terrorism in the campus

Terrorism on the campuses of educational institutions is a serious national problem in Bangladesh. Education is the backbone of a nation. And an educational institution is a sacred place. But this sacred place has now become a victim of terrorism in our country. All the colleges and universities have become mini cantonments which are full of weapons and ammunition. The students, instead of pen, take a gun in their hands. Many innocent boys fall victim to terrorism and as a consequence, instead of gaining success, their lives are cut off. Students are strongly involved in politics nowadays. And one party cannot tolerate the other. There is no tolerance among them. This terrorism cannot be allowed to go on. The students should make up their mind for studies, not filthy politics. Students must take part in politics but this does not mean terrorism. The terrorism in the campus not only ruins the academic environment but also spoils the life of the students and takes away many valuable lives. But the students are not to be blamed because they are the puppets of god-fathers. These godfathers do harm to the innocent students, but keep away their own children from politics, even from the country. But this situation cannot be continued. Students should be conscious of their studies. They should keep themselves away from abominable politics. So the politicians, the government and, above all, the students themselves should take a good hand to root out terrorism in the campus.

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Trade Fair

A trade fair is a fair for the display of industrial goods to the foreign buyers to get them acquainted with the exportable items of the concerned country. It helps to earn foreign exchange. It is a gigantic affair. So it cannot be organized by an individual. It is normally held once a year. Great publicity is done for this purpose. All this publicity is made through advertisements in the national and international dailies to draw the attention of the industrialists and producers, national and international. The host country also advises friendly countries to install stalls in a trade fair to display their exportable goods to the importers of the host country. As a trade fair gives scope to a country to display her products: friendly countries gladly respond to the call of the host countries. Works of arts, crafts, handicrafts, as well as products of agriculture and industry are placed at different corners of a trade fair. There are also arrangements for recreation, food, etc. for the visitors. Thus a trade fair is very much useful. A host country can know the other parts of the globe through a trade fair. The day is not more so far when we shall be able to import necessary goods keeping the balance of trade in our favour. A trade fair should be held every year to encourage importers of foreign countries to import goods from our country.

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A trade fair is a fair for the display of industrial goods to the foreign buyers to get them acquainted with the exportable items of the concerned country. A trade fair gives scope to a country to display her products; friendly countries gladly respond to the call of the host countries. Trade Fair of Bangladesh is held at Sher-e-Bangla Nagar just north side of Sangsad Bhaban. Many foreign countries come to participate in this trade fair. Specially China, Malaysia, India, Pakistan, Iran, Thailand, Japan, Korea and many countries join in this fair with their varied commodities. Electronic machines, furniture, garments, fragrant cosmetics, crockery and many other goods are found in this trade fair. Works of arts, crafts, handicrafts, as well as products of agriculture and industry are also placed at different corners of a trade fair. There are also arrangements for recreation, food, etc. for the visitors. Thus a trade fair is very much useful to us. It is the source to improve our national economy. As a host country, we can know the other parts of the globe through such a trade fair. So, a trade fair should be held every year to encourage importers of foreign countries to import goods from our country.

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The International Mother Language Day

The 21st of February is a red-letter day in our national history and this day has been recognized as International Mother Language Day. It is our pride because no nation of the world has ever fought for its language except us, the Bangalees. The recognition of the day as the International Mother Language Day by UNESCO has ushered in a new era in our national history. It is our greatest achievement. From the beginning of the 21st century, the whole world will observe 21st February as the International Mother Language Day which is the best reward for the language martyrs who laid down their lives for the sake of the mother tongue on 21st February 1952. The proposal to recognize 21st February as the International Mother Language Day was first put forward for consideration to the general assembly of UNESCO by a Canadian organization. At the time it was rejected as some western countries opposed this proposal. This proposal has again been put forward for consideration by the Education Minister of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, to the 30th general assembly of UNESCO in 1999. After procrastination, the proposal was passed unanimously in the general assembly of UNESCO though some countries pointed out that the incident of 21st February was related to the Bangalees only. However, the recognition of the day as the International Mother Language Day by UNESCO has upheld our prestige all over the world and we celebrated the recognition nationally on 8th December 1999.

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To speak the truth, Language is the only pragmatic device through which any fit human being can exchange his feelings with others. Mother tongue, first of all, should be learnt with great care and eagerness. Otherwise, a person can never express his feelings to others competently. In 1952 the Bengali people faced a great problem with their language as they were forced to speak in Urdu instead of Bengali when they were under the subordination of a despotic foreigner ruler. So they fought fearless and dauntlessly and some of the brave people died to preserve the legal rights of the mother tongue. As a result, we have been able to speak in Bengali. After long times, the world viewers have better understood our pathetic devotion of language movement. They have recognised our unique achievement in the month of November’ 99. The whole world people have been celebrating this day from Millenium. Now, this day is observed not only in Bangladesh but also across the world, like Mayday. It is a matter of pride for all of us that every February 21 is being observed in 189 states of the world.

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Truthfulness

Truthfulness is a great virtue. A man who always speaks the truth is a truthful man. Everybody believes a truthful man and he is liked by all. Truthfulness is praised in all the religions. Our prophet Hazrat Mohammad (Sm) was very popular for his truthfulness from his early childhood and was called as “Al-Amin” which means truthful. A truthful man is loved not only by Allah but also by his companions around him. A truthful man is trusted by all. As a truthful student is faithful to his teachers, so a truthful shopkeeper is to his customers. Thus a truthful man working any sector of the society is faithful to his circles. Truthfulness brings success and popularity for a man. All the people respect him for his truthfulness and go to him for solving any dispute. As truthfulness is a great virtue, we should cultivate this virtue from the early stage of our life.

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