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     Volume 2 Issue 18 | May 13, 2007|


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Developing communication skills
Guidance Note Series 4

Amitava Basu

Developing Communication skills is not a rocket science. You need a strong desire, right aptitude and relentless practice to improve your skills. Where do you stand now? This is the fourth instalment of the Guidance Note Series on “Developing Communication Skills”.

D Rockstars
the hunt for a rock band

Nazia Ahmed

On a mission to uncover hidden talent, D-Rockstar2 has swung past three divisions, combing through 31 bands from Khulna, 24 from Barishal, and 17 from Rajshahi.

A Bangladeshi teacher's training experience in India

Nazma Ali Punu

It was a great feeling for me when I came to know that the Indian High Commission had selected me for the six-week training course on IT under their project named “Train the Trainer Program”.

A Message To Ma!

Sajeda Tamanna Hussain

People say life is a gift and that every day of this life is beautiful in its own way. But can anyone tell me, which is the most beautiful day of the three hundred and sixty five days of each year?

Love you mother

Amina Afroz

“You don't care about me at all”, I said to my mother at the top of my voice. As I banged my door and started crying, I felt like everything around me was darkening.

On banning student and teacher politics

Md. Masum Billah

The present caretaker government has emerged as a blessing to the nation. It has taken some epoch-making measures to raise the hope of the nation.


Saushan Rahman

“Hi, please. Do you have a web cam? Can we try voice chat?” These lines are not unknown to today's young generation.

Fostering young IT professionals in Bangladesh

S. Mokammel Hossain

A quiet revolution has been stirring among the aspiring IT professionals in our country since early 2003.

IEEE Paper Contest:
Intrepid participation by KUETI@Ns

Upcoming engineers, want to be a part of global Tech? Have you ever thought of joining IEEE? Those who aren't that much familiar with IEEE, let me refresh your memory a bit.

On behalf of Private Universities

Abu Noman Md. Atahar Ali

There are five basic necessities for a human being. These are: food, cloth, shelter, health and education.

A study tour with a difference

Subrata Kumar Das

It was the 29th of April. The sun was shining brightly, but we did not look back.

A step to be appreciated

Amanat Ahmed

How student politics has been harming the education system in our country is not a secret. Public universities and colleges are the biggest victims in this regard.

Rabindranath Tagore and Bengali Literature

Mohammad Shafiqul Islam

Rabindranath Tagore is the greatest in Bengali literature as a poet, novelist, and educator. He has touched the soul of the people he met.

Apes getting Human Rights?

Nuruddin Mahfuz

By the grace of highly unfair distribution of wealth, people living at the upper levels couldn't care less about humans, but nowadays there is a trend of caring about animals, may be because it gets more media coverage.


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