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Session Jam vs student’s time

Published : Thursday, 15 August, 2019 at 12:00 AM  Count : 993
Alamgir Mohammed

Session Jam vs student’s time

Session Jam vs student’s time

Public universities are the most desired seats of higher education in Bangladesh. Students with relatively good grades get admitted here with great expectations. Most of them are usually from lower, lower-middle and middle class background whose family as well as society even at times the whole village keep looking for his or her desired success. But things never happen plainly as we think. In many departments of the public universities there is acute session jam. Students studying there need 7- 8 years to pass out. Things do not come to an end here. Even after so many years many come out with minimum CGPA that adds insult to the injury caused by the loss of 2- 3 years. Taking long time and lower CGPA causes immense frustration among the youth. Many lose their track and get involved into some other engagements that in the long run shatter their long cherished dreams. Many drop out from study and lose themselves. Even those who come out through trials and errors do feel the insecurity of a better future. It happens that many of their contemporaries become senior in the work place that creates an uneasy situation.
We passed from an eminent public university where it took nearly eight years. Our batch mates from other universities are far away from us in terms professional development. Although many students suffer immensely and lose three two most vibrant and valuable years from life there seems to be none to think of them. Session jam continues year after year but our respected teachers are hardly aware of this. It is high time students from different universities raised their voice against this injustice. We hope concerned authority will come up with immediate solution and save our youth. In return the youth/ graduate student will accelerate the wheels of development of the country.
Faculty, Premier University












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