Thursday, November 02, 2017

A Dialogue Between Yourself and The Principal of your college for a Transfer Certificate

Question: Your father has been transferred from Dhaka to Jamalpur. You met the Principal of your college for a Transfer Certificate. At first, he was unwilling to give you the T.C. But somehow, he was managed. New write a dialogue between yourself and the Principal of your college for a Transfer Certificate.


Myself: May I come in, sir?

Principal: Yes, come in.

Myself: Good morning, sir.

Principal: Good morning. What do you Want?

Myself: Sir, I want a transfer certificate.

Principal: A transfer certificate! Why do you need a transfer certificate? It’s the middle of the session.

Myself: My father has been transferred from Dhaka to Jamalpur. Principal Oh! I see. Can't you stay here for the rest of the session?

Myself: Sorry. I can't. My father is unable to afford me here.

Principal: Don't you have any relative here?

Myself: No, I haven't.

Principal: Have you written an application?

Myself: Yes sir. Here it is.

Principal: Have you cleared your tuition fees?

Myself: Yes, sir. Here is the money receipt. Principal Ok. Then meet the Head Clerk. He'll help you in this regard.

Myself: Thank you, sir.

Principal: God bless you my child.

Sunday, October 29, 2017

A Dialogue Between Patient and The Doctor about Fever of Patient

Question: Allnoor has been suffering from fever for a few days. He visited a doctor.
Now write a dialogue between Alinoor and the doctor.

Answer: A dialogue between Alinoor and the doctor:

Alinoor: Good evening, doctor. Will you spend me some minutes?

Doctor: Of course., I will.

Alinoor: I have been suffering from fever for a few days.

Doctor: What are the signs of fever? When do you feel temperature?

Alinoor: It's usually between 5 to 6 pm.

Doctor: Do you feel any shivering sensation then?

Alinoor: Yes, I do.

Doctor: Do you get thirst then?

Alinoor: Yes, I get. I wish I could drink very cold water.

Doctor: When does the fever remit?

Alinoor: At late hours of the night.

Doctor: Didn't you take any sort of treatment?

Alinoor: I was under the treatment of a village quack.

Doctor: Please, show me the prescription.

Alinoor: He doesn't give any written prescription. He only gave me some medicine.

Doctor: Could you tell me the names of the medicines he has prescribed?

Alinoor: Sorry, sir. I can't. But I can show you them. Here are they.

Doctor: Oh, I see. He has prescribed you wrong medicines. Yours is malaria but he has given you the medicine of typhoid. Let me prescribe some medicines for you.

Alinoor: Thank you, sir.

Saturday, October 14, 2017

An Essay on The Role of Opposition Party in Democracy

Democracy is a very lofty idea, the most popular form of government in modern age and a form of government supposed to be most suited to the genius of people at large. It has been variously defined by various writers. To Lincoln it was a government of the people, by the people and for the people. See lay defined democracy as a form of government in which everybody has a share. Dicey called it a form of government in which governing body is comparatively a large fraction of the entire nation. Literally democracy is a form of political organization of society and the state under which power legally belongs to the people, and all citizens are equal before law and enjoy political rights and freedom including the right to take part in managing the affairs of the state.

In modern representative democracies the will of the people is formulated and expressed by their representatives duly elected to perform this function. Thus, elections are an integral part of democratic functioning which presupposes existence of more than one political parties. The fate of the parties is decided through elections. The party that secures majority of seats is called upon to form the government and run the administration. The other parties are supposed to function as opposition parties.

The opposition parties have a very important role to play in the proper and smooth functioning of democracy. Though in minority they function as, watch-dog and keep a vigilant eye on the functioning of government. They have to perform two-fold function—one to place the matters of public interest before the government for action thereon, and two, to keep a cheek on the dictatorial and authoritarian actions of the government. Absence or inaction of opposition may virtually mean dictatorship of the ruling party. Presence of opposition makes the function of the government truly democratic since it exercises check on the misuse of power and authority by the party in power.

Like the party in power, the parties in opposition do have their ideologies, programmes and policies, which they try to sell to the people. Through motions, resolutions and bills in the legislature, they strive for implementation of their programmes which according to them are for the good of the people. They oppose all such measures of the party in power which they consider unjust and anti-people. In addition, they expose the misdeeds of the government. Lapses on the part of government, corruption, favoritism, nepotism and bureaucratic inefficiency are the main targets of opposition. Objective is to keep the government on the right track and not to permit dishonest politicians to grid their own axe.

On vital national and international issues, the opposition parties raise a public debate, mobilize public opinion, organize public meetings, rallies and demonstrations and try to force government to accept their view point. Their ultimate aim is to capture power by ousting the party in power. Thus, we can say that the chief function of the opposition is to propose, oppose, expose and depose.

The opposition, however, has a certain constructive role to play. It educates the people on all important issues pertaining to matters of national and international importance. During the hours of crisis and national emergency the opposition is expected to extend its full support to the official efforts in resolving the crisis and facing the emergency.

For performing the above functions successfully and effectively, the opposition must be strong and healthy. The strength of the opposition lies in its members; commitment to its programmes and policies as-well-as the public support it can muster as and when needed. A strong and vigilant opposition in itself is a powerful curb on governmental autocracy and official high-handedness. No government, howsoever strong, can ignore the opposition, which is strong. A strong opposition keeps the government on its toes; it does not permit the government to be complacent. It is always respected, consulted and heeded by the government. Though numerically weaker a united, vigilant and effective opposition tends to prevent the government from indulging in corruption and anti-people activities.

The opposition needs to be healthy. It means it should possess healthy and constructive attitude., Healthy attitude implies due appreciation of good things done by government and maximum co-operation in the official efforts aimed at common good. Opposition for the sake of opposition is not a characteristic of a healthy opposition. Constructive approach includes absence of negative attitude in dealing with the government. A negative approach on the part of opposition would destroy its credibility which is the bedrock of its strength. Hitting below the belt, character assassination, mud-slinging, violence and rowdyism do not constitute decent legitimate Parliamentary practice. A healthy opposition must function with grace and dignity to be effective. In the absence of a strong and healthy opposition democracy will generate into a dictatorship of the ruling party.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

An Essay on A Journey by Air

Occasion of the trip: My father had once an occasion to go to Madras by plane in connection with office business. He asked me if I liked to have a trip by air to Madras. I readily seized the opportunity and gave my consent. I began to imagine how I would feel at the time of the flight. My heart was filled with a thrill of joy.

Preparation for the flight: The day I had been waiting for anxiously finally arrived. I thanked God for enabling me to see that day.

Our flight was booked a week before the journey. On the day of the trip we motored from home to Shaha-Jalal Internatonal Airport Dhaka. We reported ourselves at a counter inside the terminal building of the airport. There we showed our tickets. A card with the plan of the seats was given us. Our seat numbers were marked there. We had a suit case with us. It was taken from us. It would be kept in the luggage cabin of the plane. A number slip was tied to the suit case. Another number slip was given to us. We would take delivery of the suit case at our destination on producing that slip. After this we went to the security enclosure. There our body was searched by men on duty. My father's brief case was searched. After the searching nobody was allowed to go out of the enclosure. The time for our getting into the plane was announced. We now went to the plane. An air hostess greeted us.

We were shown up the stairs into the plane to take our respective seats. While climbing the stairs I bade adieu to my mother and sister who had come to see us off.

The flight: The time for departure came. The air hostess through a microphone wished us all a happy trip and directed us to fasten the seat belt round our waist. It was 10.45 a. m. The plane took off. It moved about a mile along the runway with gradually increasing speed. Suddenly we could feel that we were off the ground. It began to fly up smoothly. In a few minutes it reached a qi eat height. I could feel that I was rising up and up. I experienced a feeling which I had never felt before. Rising very high up the plane began to fly southward. Through the microphone the air hostess now announced to us to unfasten our belts.

When the plane took off we were afraid and we thought that we were going to fall into the sea. The pilot told us that we could just look through the window and see the landscape.

The air hostess then visited each seat with a plate containing packets of instant freshener paper napkins to rub our face and hands to have cool refreshing feeling. A packet of cotton was also given to us. This was meant for putting cotton into the ears if the sound of the plane proved unbearable. The plate also contained lozenges and chocolates. I took several of them and began to suck.

When I looked down human beings looked like tiny ants. The large hectares of land looked like squares and rectangles ... We saw rivers running through the valley. The landscape looked beautiful as trees swayed from side to side thanking the almighty God for the wonderful sunshine.

It was a big 'Caravelle' Jet plane. It could carry ninety-four passengers. I saw that all the seats were filled up. Fortunately, my seat was near the window. I looked down on the earth. The plane flew over green fields. It was a cloudy day. The plane flew above the clouds. So, I could see nothing below through the clouds. Our plane flew southward above the Bay of Bengal along the coast. The clouds disappeared. I could see the vast expanse of blue water of the Bay of Bengal. It gave me great pleasure to see that beautiful sight.

At about twelve the air hostess served us lunch. It consisted of bread, butter, chicken roast, boiled vegetables and pudding.Then coffee was served. The plane now flew over the land. It flew over the city of Madras. I could see the houses, the roads, the passing motor cars. The cars looked like toy cars. I could see the Madras race course.

The air hostess now announced that the time for descent was near. We should again fasten the seat belt round our waists. The plane was flying down. We could feel that we were going down. The plane then reached the airport of Madras. It was about 1 p.m. The journey took two hours and fifteen minutes. We went down from the plane. The air hostess bade us adieu and hoped to meet us again. We then went to the terminal building of the airport. We took delivery of our suit case. We then left the airport and went to the Geeta Hotel in a taxi. There we put up.

Conclusion: Though the journey was very short, I enjoyed and am very grateful to God for the safe journey. Surely that was my golden opportunity. I had a great desire for a long time to have a trip by air. I thanked God for giving me an opportunity to enjoy such a pleasure trip safely.

Monday, October 09, 2017

Composition on Duties of a Student Or, Student Life

Introduction: Students spend a definite period of the life in educational institutions to gather knowledge. This period of life is called student life. It is the seed time of a man's life During: his period a student has some important duties to do. He should prepare himself for the struggle of life. He should be careful about the proper use of this period of life.

His main duty: A student is free from all cares and anxieties of life. Regular study is the main duty of a student. He should read his books attentively. He should do his home-tasks and class- tasks regularly. He should listen to what his teachers say and note down everything. He should make the best use of his time. He should acquire knowledge of every kind and equip himself with requisite qualifications for his future life.

Health and character: The duty of a student should not be limited on learning only. He should be neat and clean and take proper Care of his health. He should read while it is time for him to read and he should play while it is time to play. This would make him wise happy and gay. He must build up his character. If character is lost everything is lost. So, he should give up evil company and form good habits.

Social services in vacation: He should also perform some social services during his vacation. He can organize social service group in his school to work in different areas. Thus, he can help the poor and distress

Other duties: A student should take part in all co-curricular activities for all round development. He must obey and respect his teachers, parents and elders. He should be dutiful to his country and Allah.

Conclusion: Student life is the best time of a man's life. He should make the Koper use of the time.

Saturday, October 07, 2017

Composition on Seasons of Bangladesh

Introduction: The earth moves round the sun in a year. It is called the annual motion of the earth. It causes six seasons in Bangladesh changes with the change of this seasons after every two months. Description of different seasons: The six seasons of Bangladesh are the summer, the Rainy season, the autumn, the Late Autumn, the winter and the spring.

The Summer: The months of Baisakh and Jaistha form the summer. The summer is the first season in Bangladesh. As this is season of sun and heat, it is known to us a hot season. Mangoes, jack-fruits, black-berries and melons are available in this season.

The Rainy Seasons: The rainy season is the second of Bangladesh. This season comes just after the summer. The months of Ashar and Sraban are the rainy season. It is a season of rainfall. It cools the air after the burning heat of summer. Ponds, tanks, canals and rivers are full to the brim in this. season.

The Autumn: The months of Bhadra and Aswin are called the autumn. This season comes just after the rainy season. It is a season of light cloud without rain.

The Late Autumn: The months of Kartik and Agrahayan form the late autumn. It begins just after the autumn. The sky looks blue and clear. Harvesting of paddy then fills every mind with great joy.

The Winter: The months of Pous and Magh are called the winter. At that time the cold wind blows from the north. Nature looks dead and gloomy. Of course, many kinds of vegetables then grow in plenty.

The Spring: The spring is called the king of the seasons. In this season we are saved from biting cold of the winter. It comes with flowers and new leaves. It gives new life everywhere in nature.

Merits and demerits: Every season has its merits and demerits. In summer we have various kinds of fruits but it is very hot and stormy. In the rainy season we get rain to cultivate our soil and grow crops. But men and animals remain confined to thing in nature looks green, fresh and joyful. In the late autumn the sky remains clear and cloudless. In winter everything in nature looks gloomy, dull and dead. But vegetables and fish are available. The spring is the most charming. It is neither cold, nor hot nor damp.

Conclusion: Every season comes with its own specialty and influences in our life greatly. The mind and the body of the people change with the change of the different seasons.

Friday, October 06, 2017

A Dialogue Between Two Friends About the Consequences of Environment Pollution

Question: Write a dialogue between two friends about the consequences of environment pollution.

Sadia: Hi! how are you?

Megha: Fine, but I am worried about environment pollution. Our environment is polluted severely.

Sadia: You're absolutely right. It has become a great problem. The problem of environment pollution is so acute that it will be a major threat for the human beings as well as the animals. What are you thinking about its consequences?

Megha: Environment pollution gives rise to ecological imbalance and brings about natural disaster. The increase of world temperature is the result of environment pollution. What's your idea about it?

Sadia: I think the plants and animals are likely to be extinct for increasing temperature. Again, the ice is melting and the water level of the sea is rising. Aren't we badly affected by environment pollution?

Megha: Yes. of course. We are the worst sufferers. We are suffering from various kinds of diseases for environment pollution. What can we do now?

Sadia: The people of all walks of life should come forward to stop polluting environment, otherwise the world will be uninhabitable for the human race.

Megha: Right you are. Thank you. Bye now.

Sadia: Ok, bye. See you later.