Friday, April 24, 2009

Stop Copying

Hi everyone, we all know education has become easier than the past. But we see that in many institutions, during examination, many students are being caught doing copy by teachers. They know that copying is against our rules of education and they can be expelled. But they take this risk in order to pass in the examinations without hard working. I think that copying is like an infectious disease. When a student sees other to copy and to gain good marks by copying then he feels bad and starts thinking that why he is working hard. Working hard then becomes useless to him and he also begins to copy. At that moment he does not think that he is deceiving not only education but also himself. So the parents and the teachers should make the children understand that they should work hard and not do copy besides their works because the happiness of success lies in hard working. If we start making understand it from childhood then a child will never choose wrong way for him/her.

An Addition: It is also true that the process is difficult but it is our duty to think about it, find out the solution as well as implement it so that the future generation feel education interesting rather than considering it as a burden and do not let themselves depend on copy.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

About My Friends

Hi readers, like all I have also friends. My two friends are very dear to me and they are Momitut Dostogir Moumee and Sharmin Azad Turna. And the name of our friend circle is ‘TAM’ [T for Turna, M for Moumee and A for me]. I called Moumee “Petku” and turna “Chiku” and they called me “Kiltu”. We met when we read in class 6. Our age is same. I have some other friends also. Their names are Kathryn B. Ward, Katie Zaman, Renata Avila, Kira Kariakin, Aparna Roy, Taslima Akter, Mohtarimun Nahar Bipa, Ayesha Sanjida Synthia, Faria Alam Anonna, Andyta Memory, Cassiopeia Sarker, Bushrat Alam, Rifakat Avee, Apshora Afrin, Janet Elizabeth Donoghu, Alison Aurelia Fisher, Afroza Akter,. These friends are my facebook friends. I like all my friend very much.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

The Teenage

A teen is a part of youth. It is from age 13 to 19. I consider it the most pleasant time of one's life. In this time, one's wishes, passion, feelings, thoughts, consciousness rises. One hopes to do many things; being first in exams, chatting with friends every time, dreaming in tension free sense, being at large and walked around, making vanished all problems, making everyone happy, developing the country, visiting the whole world, winning the whole universe, reducing poverty, spreading sincerity among people, making educated all, doing every work honestly, removing all sorrow, recovering all from illness, making pollute free the environment, caressing children and the most zealous fact is to live a happy and make everyone's life happy. These sweet thoughts always make every teenager overwhelmed and inspired to make them true. Teenagers can do anything. So teenage is the best time to think, dream and make them real.

Monday, January 5, 2009

A Hesitating Starting

It was the first day of 2009. I hope all my reader and the people all over the world celebrate it pompously. But I could not. It was a shocking day for me. before starting new year, I always have some expectation to fulfill. This time I also have. Such as at 12 am, my first duty is to wish Allah and Hajrat Muhammad (Sm). Exactly I did. Then I tried to sleep but could not. What I slept was in opened eyes. In morning I thought to wake up at 6:15 am as I have to wish my new born sister and parents, wash myself, say my prayer and be ready for the college. But in morning, my mother suddenly said to me, “Get up, it is 7:30 am, do not you go to college?” when I was in deep sleep. I jumped and said, “What?”. In any way I wore my uniform and began running for rickshaw without eating nothing. Luckily I got a rickshaw and my rickshaw mate also. In the rickshaw I thought to wish my friend first after reaching college. But when I reached, I heard that my friend did not come. I really felt very sad. Then I faced problem in climbing stairs. I proceeded one stair and receded two stairs only because of fast. However I could climb. Then I attended the classes properly. The sixth class was going off. So I wished to eat something. I went to our college canteen to have a vegetable roll. To buy that I gave a 100 note to the seller. He checked the note and said me that the note was fake. I became astonished. Actually on 31 December, I gave a 500 note to a shopkeeper for change. He gave me five 100 note (4 was real and 1 was fake). While going to college, I took 1 note and that was the fake note. On that day I returned the note to that shopkeeper and saw that he did not check the note whether it was real or not. After reaching home I became fresh and sit to eat. I took rice, meat and pulse. When I mixed the food, my one finger slipped and some pulse spattered over my white uniform. I rubbed the place to remove the spot. But the yellow spot became purple. I feel like crying. These things was happened with me and kept me frightening. I hope these will not happen with anyone else.

Friday, December 19, 2008

Necessity of Education For All

Education means knowledge. Moreover, it is one of the  basic rights of human that is important for all. In this case another sentence can be said – “Education is the backbone of a nation”. From my view after under consideration this two sentences, it is proved that education is necessary for every men and women. But some people did not or do not realize it. In Bangladesh, during the pre-liberation war, only men had the right to receive education. Afterwards, women gained the right for education after many struggle. Now the situation has changed. Education has become compulsory for all. Because government knows that for developing a country, the first step is to educate the public. So most of the people send their children to school so that the children can develop themselves and their country as well. Yet I have seen many parents who do not want to let their children to be educated and many girls and boys who have the opportunity to be educated but they do not use it properly. It is extremely a sorrowful thing that they are sinking into the darkness of ignorance. I had tried to make some people understand. But my efforts had gone in vain. So not only I but also we all should think over it. At last I want to say that everyone need education because it is important and helps us to understand ourselves in spheres of life.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Acid Throwing Menace

The wrong acts that usually happens in any corner of our country because of social deposition. Acid throwing is one of those wrong acts. It is a terror and a menace for all of us that breaks one’s beautiful dream, makes one lame and terror-stricken for the rest of life. Acid throwing is a stain, curse and uncultured revenge for a social life. It is a type of oppression. Everyday we hear the news of acid throwing. Many families were broken and many people did suicides because of it. By statistics, we found that in 2001, 153 incidents of throwing acid were happened in Bangladesh. Among all of acids, ‘Sulfuric Acid’ is more poisonous. Wrong doers use those acids for their bad intentions that science invented to do good works. Mainly the victims of this terror are women. The reasons of acid throwing are rejection in love, dissent for marriage, greed for dowry and property and former enmity. For these reasons, when anyone throws acid over a girl, her affected parts get burned and useless. Sometimes the affected part can be her face and it can be spoiled. Many affected people lost their eyes, power of hearing for acid throwing. The affected people are not responsible for their state. Our government has taken a proper step to prevent this oppression. This is capital punishment. I think the bad doers deserve it. Besides, by television and other advertisements, government is trying to increase awareness of people and reduce the quantity of throwing acid. And there are more than 220 women organizations. If people follow the rules of law and become alert, then every people can make their life heaven.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Effects of Poverty and Ways to remove it

Human born in this earth to live. To live, they need many things like food, shelter, cloth, treatment, education etc. these things are called basic needs. Basic needs are every people’s obtainable, their rights. But for the unfortunate, every people can not get their basic needs because they are suffering from a major problem named poverty. I saw many poor people begging, day laboring, and passing days by hand to mouth and so on. But the people are not poor hereditary. For their bad luck, they are poor. They are trying to get better their condition but could not because in any country, if a few people are conscious and the others are unconscious, then the country cannot eradicate poverty. So the poor people who are trying can not improve the condition. So the main work to remove poverty is to make people conscious about the effects of it. Our government has taken many issues to recover people’s conditions and to remove poverty such as showing the modern methods on television, help them by giving the latest ways of improving etc. besides the government, we should also think about the poor people. I think by farming (both dairy and crops) most of the people can improve their conditions. Now many scientific methods are using on our farming lands. The uses of those methods on the lands are profitable for the users. So we should show the way to them who do not know how to use those methods on their lands. There is also some other ways to get rid of poverty and they are animal husbandry, fisheries, poultry, horticulture etc. besides this, we should also control the high birth rate, create more employment opportunities and cultivate our lands. I hope by doing these we can confiscate poverty from our country.