Opinion News | Daily sun | 2019-07-17

Curriculum development for 21st century education Curriculum development for 21st century education

The 4th industrial revolution poses both opportunities and threats because of its speed, breadth and depth as well as system impacts, writes Professor Dr. A K M Reazul Hassan


Assaulted Teachers, Afflicted Education Assaulted Teachers, Afflicted Education

It is really deplorable that teachers have these days been devalued and deprived, writes Ashim Kumar Paul


British High Commissioner and Rohingya Crisis British High Commissioner and Rohingya Crisis

What is frightening is that many of Rohingyas have procured modern weapons and are reportedly involved in militant activities, writes Nadeem Qadir


She Came, Struggled and Conquered She Came, Struggled and Conquered

Sheikh Hasina arrived in Dhaka, the capital of the county her father dreamt and struggled to see it as an independent country his entire life-- writes Abdul Mannan


Rape, Report, Record, Repeat Rape, Report, Record, Repeat

I feel ashamed, devastated, frustrated and ridiculed to find out that Bangladesh has made a record of children exploitation-- writes Jainab Tabassum Banu Sonali


Bangladesh and Indian Elections Bangladesh and Indian Elections

The anti-India card was born with General Zia Rahman to keep his Pakistani friends happy and his widow former premier Khaleda Zia-- Writes Nadeem Qadir


Let Children Grow Self-Confident and Self-Reliant Let Children Grow Self-Confident and Self-Reliant

A child that was born today, would one day be a person with human qualities, would lead the nation in various fields-- Writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman


SSC Results Show opposite Picture of English and Mathematics


SSC Results Show opposite Picture of English and Mathematics

The students of humanities and business education showed seriously poor performance in mathematics, writes Masum Billah


Doctor-Patient Relationship Based on Humane Partnership Doctor-Patient Relationship Based on Humane Partnership

The doctor-patient relationship is one in which the medical needs of one person and the technical ability of another form the basis of a humane partnership, writes Kamaluddin Ahmed


Booming Laptop Market: A Step Forward to Digitalisation Booming Laptop Market: A Step Forward to Digitalisation

IT experts point out several reasons for people to prefer laptop to other gadgets for which the market would continue to grow, writes 


Death of a Teacher Educator: A Great Loss for the Nation Death of a Teacher Educator: A Great Loss for the Nation

There is no organisation to educate and train the teachers engaged in tertiary education, writes Ranjit Podder

 

 


Is Money Stressed? Is Money Stressed?

The mushrooming of coaching centres suggests that education has become a commodity, writes Nasih Ul Wadud Alam


Moving for Prosperity: Risks and Rewards of Economic Migration Moving for Prosperity: Risks and Rewards of Economic Migration

Politicians and world leaders should be more liberal in terms of opening up the labour market, writes Azaz Zaman


Corruption of Public University VCs and Our Future Corruption of Public University VCs and Our Future

The practice of politics within universities is the root cause of all sorts of immoral activities making, writes Pranab Kumar Panday


Zero Tolerance against Food Adulteration Zero Tolerance against Food Adulteration

Empowering the consumer is also important so that the aggrieved consumers can individually sue against the violators, writes Bappy Rahman


Tribute to Legendary Singer Subir Nandi Tribute to Legendary Singer Subir Nandi

Subir Nandi considered singing to be a form of meditation and prayer which gave him peace and tranquillity, writes Sheikh Nahid Neazy


Akhaura Land Customs Port Demands Development Akhaura Land Customs Port Demands Development

The immigration section mostly remain chaotic in normal days as there is no queue for incoming or outgoing visitors, writes Sanaul Hoque Choudhury


‘Fasting Is a Shield’ ‘Fasting Is a Shield’

The virtue of fasting is that it resists all forms of evil and unlawful deeds, writes Dr. Akhter Hussain


Ruminations on Mother’s Day Ruminations on Mother’s Day

The most fortunate person in the world is the one who has the opportunity in his life to care for his mother and attains her contentment, writes Ashim Kumar Paul


War against Drug Will Continue War against Drug Will Continue

People from all walks of life should step up their efforts against illegal drugs and their bad impact, writes Md. Jamal Uddin Ahmed


Respect Mothers of Others
Respect Mothers of Others

When a mother is psychologically disturbed, harassed, abused and accused, she is more likely to raise up a depressed child, writes Jainab Tabassum Banu Sonali


Tertiary education not the only solution to unemployment Tertiary education not the only solution to unemployment

The students who sacrificed a lot of energy, time and money of their parents, aspirations for getting a job remains a dream never coming true, writes Muhammed Rubayet


BNP Is No Awami League BNP Is No Awami League

The BNP, by contrast, was the outcome of the killing of the Father of the Nation and the four national leaders in 1975, writes- Abdul Mannan 


Ramadan Bookmarks Ramadan Bookmarks

It is the time of the year to avail oneself to deeds of kindness, to fast, and to express gratefulness to our Creator, writes- Tulip Chowdhury


Attitude towards Jobs Needs to Change Attitude towards Jobs Needs to Change

Our attitude towards jobs has to be changed and we have to make our millions of job seekers understand that any job is good to get started, writes Khandaker Zia Hasan


Religious Leaders Can Create Public Awareness against Terrorism Religious Leaders Can Create Public Awareness against Terrorism

Bangladesh can set a unique example for the world community of various religious believers or non-believers, writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman


Mahbub Ul Alam: a non-conformist Bengali Muslim writer Mahbub Ul Alam: a non-conformist Bengali Muslim writer

Mahbub is one of the very few literary figures who fought with both pen and ammunition, writes Jainab Tabassum Banu Sonali


Songs for Brave Hearts Songs for Brave Hearts

There are stories of the people belonging to enforcement agencies, fire fighters and other common men and women of their braveries and sacrifices in the face of these ordeals and challenges, writes Dr. Akhter Hussain


University life: How to make it interesting University life: How to make it interesting

This article is aiming to address both of the above audiences, writes Azaz Zaman


A Different Look at Stock Market Behaviour A Different Look at Stock Market Behaviour

Diversity of the market such as the composition and characteristics of the enlisted companies works as a smoothing factor in the index; service sector, writes Dr. Mir Obaidur Rahman


Tagore and Sustainable Development: Some Relevant Interfaces Tagore and Sustainable Development: Some Relevant Interfaces

Tagore's world of one billion people now houses seven billion people that often do not fully appreciate the tenderness of the planet, writes Dr Atiur Rahman


Tagore's Tryst with Flowering of Soul Tagore's Tryst with Flowering of Soul

Tagore was basically a poet who merged poetry with spirituality with an altogether different perspective of life and an art of ecstatic living, writes M N Kundu


Air Pollution and Health Hazards Air Pollution and Health Hazards

Reduction of number of deaths and illnesses from hazardous chemicals and pollution by 2030 is one of the sustainable development goals for Bangladesh, write Dr. Md. Moniruzzaman and Md. Mazharul Islam


Access to Justice through E-judiciary Access to Justice through E-judiciary

No person will have to stay unaware about the upcoming date of the case, writes Shaikh Md Mujahid Ul Islam


Thwarting Extremism through Educational Institutions Thwarting Extremism through Educational Institutions

Schools should create an atmosphere of tolerance and harmony, and engage with the community, religious and political institutions, writes Azaz Zaman


New Era of Bangladesh Army under a Dynamic Skipper New Era of Bangladesh Army under a Dynamic Skipper

The army is currently standing very tall in the world scene with pride and professionalism, writes Imran A. Chowdhury


Politics of Oath-Taking and Future of BNP Politics of Oath-Taking and Future of BNP

BNP should consider their political strategies if they really want to make their existence vivacious in the political environment of the country, writes Pranab Kumar Panday


Disability-Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction Disability-Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction

Bangladesh has a long tradition of coping with natural disasters, both individually and through collective efforts, writes Bappy Rahman


Cyclone Fani and Disaster Preparedness Cyclone Fani and Disaster Preparedness

With more cyclone or flood shelters and timely alerts as well as evacuation, one day Bangladesh would be able to minimise losses incurred during natural disasters,Writes Nadeem Qadir

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