Monday, 15 July, 2024, Reg No- 06
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Letter To the Editor
Are we prepped to face climate change?Dear sir, The once-fertile delta trembles under the effects of rising tide of climate change. From saline-soaked fields to factories gasping for air in sweltering heat, Bangladesh faces a tough challenge. Cyclone Amphans scars still fester, barely healed before monsoon floods carved fresh wounds. Shrimp vanish from flooded coasts, their nets replaced by despair. Cotton fields ...
Letter To the Editor
Challenges and possibilities of new curriculumDear sir,Recently, government has concluded an important task all over the country under the Secondary Education Development Program. Most of the teachers countrywide took part in that training. They were able to see what type of changes have occurred in this new curriculum.We used to have an exceptional education system. That was a fully memorized-based ...
Letter To the Editor
Importance of Casting Vote Percentage (CVP)Dear SirPerhaps the political situation is on turmoil after announcing of the schedule of the upcoming 12th parliament election of the country, Bangladesh Election Commission (EC) has already taken many necessary steps to ensure free, fare impartial and participatory election. The mutual conduct among the parties is worsen, economic development is at risk, public safety ...
Letter To the Editor
BBA curriculum lacks efficacyDear SirWe as finance major students who have almost completed most of our major courses often wonder how well designed our course curriculum is for this modern day. Universities are bound to follow the Courses designed & approved by the UGC. As a result, we get to study very limited number of major courses of ...
Letter To the Editor
Stop restive bike racing at ThakurgaonDear SirMotorbike is a useful vehicle for moving quickly in Thakurgaon city. But young motorcyclists often engage in a race with their vehicles on different roads of this town. Their tendency to reckless driving, violating traffic rules and overtaking other vehicles is dangerous. The speed at which these motorcyclists are riding bikes is unprecedented and ...
Letter To the Editor
Be alert before using online technologiesDear SirAs children prefer to spend long hours on internet-enabled devices, they are becoming substantial contributors to the online environment, games and communities.This progressive development on the internet has revolutionised technology and simplified tasks. However, using applications online has opened legal issues on ownership and privacy amongst those from the legal and computer science community ...
Letter To the Editor
Is new curriculum coaching free?Dear SirRegarding the relevance of the movement of students who are not thinking about the new curriculum, the Minister of Education has mentioned the coaching businessmen as the supporters of this movement. In other words, the Education Minister has claimed that if the new curriculum is formulated, the coaching of the students should not be ...
Letter To the Editor
Stop selling unwholesome foodDear SirOne of the biggest reasons behind the prevalent rise in deaths and life risking diseases is the consumption of unhealthy and contaminated food items and spurious drinks, sold in the country. It is remarkable how the government has totally turned a blind eye towards it. Children are here seen swarming around pushcarts, becoming vulnerable ...
Letter To the Editor
Stop ragging at CUETDear SirThe recent incident of ragging at Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology (CUET) that came to light on December 12, involves five students from the 2021 batch and their counterparts from the 2022 batch. The act, reported at the Shaheed Mohammad Shah Hall extension, demands urgent attention and stringent action.Ragging, a deplorable act that ...
Letter To the Editor
Urgent steps for cleaner airDear SirAccording to the latest air quality index by IQAir, our capital city has ranked second, reflecting a distressing AQI score of 216, highlighting the severity of the issue.This unfortunate ranking places Dhaka among cities grappling with dangerously high levels of particulate matter, including PM2.5 and PM10, along with various other pollutants like sulphur dioxide, ...
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