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Grand debating competition at East West University

Star Campus Desk

The final round of 3rdEWU National Universities Debating Championship-2007 was held on 2nd November at the EWU auditorium. North South University came first in the final round of Bengali debate, and the second position was taken by East West University. In the final round of English debate, Islamic University of Technology confirmed the first place while East West University was placed in the second position in the competition. The adjudication was done by eight judges coming from different background.

Mr. Jalaluddin Ahmed, President Board of Directors of East West University graced the occasion as the chief guest while Vice Chancellor Professor Mohammed Sharif attended as special guest. A total of 76 debating teams from 16 universities of Bangladesh participated in this competition, which stared from 25 October, 2007. The debate was hosted by East West University and its news update is available at www.ewudc.com

Registrar of EWU Col. Shah Murtoja Ali (Retd) and career counselor SI Nusrat A Chowdhury were also present in this grand event.

A Letter to the Parents

RH Khan

Iwant to start my writing with a real story. It's the story of a young man. Let's name him Tushar. He was a student of a famous school and college. He passed his S.S.C and H.S.C with an excellent result. He wants to be a computer engineer. But his father wants him to study medical science. Accordingly, his father got him admitted in a renowned coaching center for medical coaching. But he is not interested to study this subject. So he lost the chance to get himself admitted both in a medical college and the engineering university. Finally, he got chance in a public university and selected an important subject. But he cannot cope with this subject. And that's the reason why he managed to pass with a very low GPA . Now he is frustrated about his life. But this would not have happened if his parents had encouraged him to be what he wanted to be.

In most cases, in our country, our parents determine what his son or daughter should be in life. But, parents should give the right to their sons and daughters to choose their own subject that interests them. Every person has certain endowments, which if given the opportunity, he /she may put to use to prove his/her excellence. So my plea to our parents would be, try not to impose strict rules on your sons and daughters regarding their choices for their future. You should give him / her, the chance to prove their worth with their own choice.

(The writer is a student of Chittagong University)
Mail address: witty_rashed@yahoo.com)


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