To Get The Right Job!
Though students complete their graduation with an aim to develop a prestigious career, many of them lack the necessary knowledge about the present job market. As a result, students suffer from a lot of confusion soon after their graduation. Students should try to attend seminars and workshops on career planning that help them sensitise to make oneself prepared for the job market. Students should not limit their studies to textbooks rather they should make every effort to gather practical knowledge. A student should be confident about his or her aims and capabilities. I hope that Star Campus will publish articles on career planning in future.
Md. Mohiuddin Sujon
University of Information Technology & Sciences, Chittagong.
Lost In Competition!
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Today we have to face tough competition in every aspect of life. From a very young age, the students become a part of this rat race. They are always in a lot of pressure by their parents, teachers and others. As a result our present generation seems to have forgotten the value of life. Winning is all that matters to them. The sole purpose of studying nowadays has become getting good grades in exams rather than learning. They are totally devoid of the fun of learning. I would like to request all students to not treat life as a race. Students should achieve knowledge for the sake of knowledge rather than anything else.
Rajuk Uttara ModelSchool and College, Dhaka.
For The Sake of Communication Skills
Analysing the present reality, it seems that the Bengali medium students are lagging behind in competition with the English medium students. Many of these students are graduating from school with a poor knowledge of communication skill. Especially, after getting into university, many students have a hard time to pursuing their education with a completely English based curriculum. Needless to say, many students fail to achieve a good command over English even after graduating from the university. To prevent this dilemma, our overall education system should be upgraded and there should be proper arrangements in every school to teach students proper English.
Department of Textile Management,
Bangladesh University of Textiles, Dhaka.
The Menace of Child Trafficking!
Though the term 'Child-trafficking' is not very familiar, it is a serious crime. Trafficking on children is found to be occurred mostly in rural areas. The rural circumstance is convenient for the child abductors. The village children are usually free from their guardians' constant watch unlike the children living in cities. They are always moving running about in vast open fields. The traffickers usually capture the ill-fated children when they are left alone. .Most of the time these children are sent to foreign countries. Their valuable body parts like eyes, bones, kidneys are taken away to sell in clandestine markets. These parts are sold at a high price. Recently I met a boy named Rakib who was abducted from his own village in Jamalpur. He was sent to Gazipur. By the grace of Almighty and with his intelligence he managed to escape from the abductors. People must be warned. We don't want to see any more children being trafficked to foreign countries.
Pabna Cadet College, Pabna.
ZEENATH SANU SWAGATA
1. MUKTIRO MONDIRO SHOPANO TOLE- ANUP GHOSHAL
2. KNOCKING ON HEAVEN'S DOOR- BOB DYLAN
3. VANDE MATARAM- A R RAHMAN
4. BOIKALI SHUREY GAO CHOITALI GAAN- KAZI NAZRUL ISLAM
5. NILEY NILEY AMBAR PAR- R D BURMAN
6. KOTOBARO BHEBE CHINU- RABINDRANATH TAGORE
7. KHELECHILO A BISHOLOE BIRATO SHISHU ANOMONEY- KAZI NAZRUL ISLAM
8. OCTOPUS GARDEN- THE BEATLES
9. KALAVATI- RAAG IMON
10. PROTIDIN- MOHAKAL
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