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UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEM IN BANGLADESH



Introduction: Unemployment means the state of being without any work both for the educated and the uneducated for earning One’s livelihood. This problem has become a great concern all over the world. But nowhere in the world this problem is so acute as in Bangladesh. Thousands of people on our country are without any job. At present the toughest task for any young man is to manage a job. It is tedious and sometimes humiliating. A person has to ran year after year from office to office to find out a job. Hundreds of candidate’s swarms over a single post. The bad effect of unemployment is not only confined to the economic field but also destroys the sense of moral values for want of employment. Many young people become frustrated. They have to lead a vagabond life. They have to idle away their time. Life becomes a curse and burden to them. When there is no dim ray of hope, they resort to commit different types of crimes like hijacking, plundering, robbery, murder, terrorism, drug addicting etc.
Cause of unemployment:  There are many reasons behind unemployment problem.
Population growth: Our country is over populated. The rapid growth of population is the main reason of unemployment problem. Job facilities a are very small in proportion to the growth of propagation.  And this increasing number of population outpaces all development of the country.
Industrial backwardness: Our country is industrially very much backward. In fact, the development in this field is very slow. Cottage industries have almost decayed. The few mills, factories and industries that we have can only absorb a limited number of people.
Limited cultivable land: Most of the people of our country depend on agriculture. But our cultivable land is very limited So, it can not engage a huge number of people. Moreover, this profession is seasonal. So, the farmers have to sit idle for few months in a year.
Faulty education system: Our present system of education in stated of giving any solution, creates educated unemployed young men. In out educational system there is no much scope of vocational training and technical education to student. So, after taking the highest degree even from the highest seat of learning, they remain unemployed.
Attitude of our educated Youngman: Our educated Youngman generally think it to be disgraceful to do any manual work. They prefer service to any kind of business. This false sense of dignity and prestige is one of the reasons of their being unemployed.
Solution: In order to eradicate this problem, we have to mobilize all our energies to this great purpose without wasting time. The most essential measure is the industrialization of our country. A large number of mills, factories and industries should be set up where many of unemployed youths will get the opportunity to work.
A great change should be brought in our education system. More importance should be given on professional, vocational and technical education. This will make an opening to work in different industrial sectors both home and abroad.
The educated youth should change their attitude to life. The must learns to choose independent career. They can work in agriculture filed, cultivate fish, grow vegetables. They can start small business. In fact, self-employment is a possible solution to this great problem.

EATING HABIT OF THE RURAL AND URBAN PEOPLE OF BANGLADESH

EATING HABIT OF THE RURAL AND URBAN PEOPLE OF BANGLADESH 

The rural people in Bangladesh usually have their meals in morning, at noon and at night. The urban people also take three meals a day. But there are some differences in their eating habit. Rural people are in the habit of eating heavy meal. The rural people eat more. On the contrary the urban people do not depend on heavy food. They also eat less than the rural people. The rural people usually eat rice and gur or rice with some other food items for breakfast. They eat much because they work in the fields. They do not eat anything before lunch. They also eat chirakhai and muri at breakfast. On the other  hand the urban people take bread vegetables etc. Again some take parata and egg and some take loaves and banana. Those who are old take little breakfast. The rural people usually eat rice and one or two curries for lunch. They can’t bear the expenses of so many items like the urban people. The urban people are used to taking eat, rice, curry, fish, vegetable, meat, dal etc. for lunch sometimes   polao or biriani is cooked on occasions. The dinner of the rural people is just like the lunch. By contrast the dinner   items of the urban people are like the lunch items. But nowadays urban people take their main meal at night returning their residence after evening. The urban people also take fast food like burger, sandwiches, noodles, pizza, potato chips, vegetable rolls etc. The also eat Thai or Indian or Chinese food. A change is also noticed in drink habit of the urban people.  In urban area people take ice cream and soft drinks as drink. However, there are some differences in the food habit and meal times of the rural and the urban people in Bangladesh.

Short Article or Paragraph of JOB INTERVIEW


JOB INTERVIEW


To be successful in a job interview (or for that matter in almost any interview situation), the applicant should demonstrate certain personal and professional qualities. In as much as the first and often lasting impression of a person is determined by the clothes he wears. For example, the job applicant should take care to appear well groomed and modestly dressed, avoiding the extremes of too elaborate or too casual and attire. Besides, care for personal appearance, he should pay close attention to his manner of speaking, which should be neither ostentatious nor familiar, but rather straight forward, grammatically accurate, and friendly. Moreover, he should be prepared to talk knowledgeably about the requirements of the position for which he is applying in relation to his own professional experience and interest. And finally, the really impressive applicant must convey a sense of self-confidence and enthusiasm for work, factors which all interviewers value highly. In fact, the job seeker that displays these characteristics, with just a little luck. Will certainly succeed in the typical interview.

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AIR POLLUTION

AIR POLLUTION


Air pollution means the ways in which the air is polluted. Air is the most important element of the human environment. Man cannot live a single moment without air. But we do not think that it is we who pollute this most vital element. Clean air is essential for life. Air is polluted in many ways. For example, smoke pollutes the air. Man makes fire for cooking his food, to make bricks burns refuse, melts pitch for road construction and burns wood. All these things produce heavy smoke and this smoke pollutes the air. The another example is that railway engines, powerhouses, mills, and factories use coal and oil. Moreover, buses trucks and cars use petrol and diesel oil. again all these things create smoke and cause air pollution. Furthermore, the most serious air pollution occurs in big industrial areas where there are many mills and factories. Again serious air pollution also occurs in big cities where there are many buses, trucks, and cars plying the street every day. Sometimes men in the big industrial area become so sick by inhaling polluted air that they cannot be cured. So proper measures and steps should be taken to prevent air pollution.

Your Favorite Teacher

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Your Favorite Teacher


Mr. Ahmed is my Favorite Teacher. He Teachers us English. He is 30 With a good health. He has many rare qualities. First of all, he is a brilliant scholar with a sound academic career. He is an M.A in English. Secondly, his method of teaching is very easy and lucid. Thirdly he has a strong, clear and pleasant voice. Every day he teaches us in a new style. He can make any grammatical problem easy. He knows well how to increase the curiosity of the students. In the classroom, he is just like an English. Moreover, his pronunciation is a good environment. We never feel boring in his class. Rather we feel encouraged in his class. He is very well behaved and co-operative. He is never rude but friendly with his students. If any student fails to understand any grammatical problem, he then and there helps the students to understand it. He is very kind hearted to the poor students. Besides, he is honest, sincere and dutiful. He is very strict to law and to his principles. He has left a permanent impression in my mind. He is my best teacher, guide, and friend.

A Village Doctor

A Village Doctor

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The man who deals with village people and gives medicine to the rural people without any knowledge about medicine is called the village doctor. He takes slight training from an experienced doctor. The village peoples like him very much. In other words he is favorite people to the villagers. He may not a good or an efficient doctor but he goes if anybody calls him to their house. He selects medicine depending on his general idea. He also has an own dispensary where he sits from morning till night. Every day he gets up early in the morning and takes his bathe and takes his meal and goes to his dispensary. Sometimes he takes an assistant. When people fell in danger he helps them and gives them necessary medicine. He looks after his patients from his own heart. He is a beneficial person of the society and does great services to the rural people.

A Tea Stall


A Tea Stall

 

Tea stall is a small shop where tea and snacks are sold. Tea is the cheapest hot drink in Bangladesh. A tea stall is fond everywhere of cities and towns. It is found in every corner of cities and towns and also found in many villages and in every hat and bazaar. A tea stall is opened early in the morning and closed late at night. People of all social strata and of all ages gather at a stall. They may take some   snacks with tea. While taking tea, people talk over various issues like politics, local events and matters of common concern. Sometimes local disputes are solved here. So a tea stall is a place of social gathering. It plays an important role in a society.

 
 
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