Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Short Composition


Introduction: My childhood was happy. When I think of my childhood my heart fills with pleasure and joy whenever I am sick of the present. I seek relief in the past. I fondly recall the memories of my childhood. I wish all my days were as happy as my childhood days.
Play of childhood: On rainy and windy days, I could not go out. My grandmother would not let me go. She devised many ways to keep me occupied. From time to time she would tie a piece of thread to a stick and tell me that it was a fishing rod. This was used to fire my imagination. At once I look the stick and tied a small bit of something or other at the other end of the line. Then I threw the bet on the yard. The small pools of rain water were my ponds or rivers. Then for hours I played at anything. Sometimes I played at keeping shops with other children. We used to set up both. There we stored leaves and such other thing. Small pieces of broken car than wares serve as coins. We would play for many hours and feel like being in a dream world.
Learning at home: In my childhood, I learnt the Arabic alphabet with great pleasure, but Bengali alphabet gave me some trouble. It was not, however, dull when I prepared. My eldest sister taught all the children of our family in the morning. Under her care and guidance we prepare our lessons with great interest. It was exciting too. We repeated our lessons in a singing voice and all the time we moved our body forward and backward. So, learning was a great fun to us.
Learning at school: After her marriage I began to go a school for children. There the school hours were from 8:00am to 11:00am during this period we learnt our lessons and took new lessons. This school was also an interesting place. There was a lot of fun there. There was learning but we learned with light heart. After the school hours I returned home. I spent the rest of the day as per my sweet will. I had three cousins of my age. I played with them. Those days continued for ever. I still cherish the sweet of my happy childhood.
Conclusion: After all my boyhood was very busy and charming.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Short Composition


Introduction: A village market is a place where the villagers met to buy and sell things. It is a buying and selling centre for the villagers. Generally it sits every morning and evening. Besides, big markets sit once or twice a week.
Place/where held: A village market is generally held at the junction to roads or by the side of a river or a canal. Large banyan trees are let grown to give shade and shelter.
Kinds of village market: There are two kinds of village market. They are daily market and weekly market. Daily market is called bazar. It sits daily in the evening and morning. Weekly market is called hat. It sits once or twice a week in the evening.
Description/Arrangement of shops: A village market has three parts like open space. Temporary and permanent shed. In the open space the sellers sit in rows. Fish, milk, fruits, betel leaves vegetables, etc. is sold there. In the temporary sheds oil, rice, salt, pepper etc. are sold. Some grocers, tailors, doctors, potters sit in the permanent shed.
Usefulness/Utility/Advantage: The village market is very useful to the villagers. Here they get all things of daily use. It saves the villagers from going to distant places to buy things. It is the meeting place of the villagers. The villagers find a social and friendly life here.
Conclusion: The village market does great service to the rural people. It is the backbone of the rural economy.



Introduction: Education resurrects our character. It helps us to become a real human being. But there is a gulf of differentiation between general and technical education. Training in practical art and science is called technical education. It means learning a particular art or science or craft by actual doing. No training is complete without scientific knowledge.
Technical education and prosperity: No nation can prosper without a large number of technically qualified men. Shortage of technical is hampering our industries. So, large scale technical education is necessary for greater production of our industries. Therefore, without technical education no nation can prosper lavishly.
Varity of technical education: There are various kinds of technical education like engineering, commercial, medical, agriculture, industrial; mining etc. the branches of technical education should be extended largely to assist the vagabond people. It provides employment to a good number of citizens.
Bangladesh and technical education: Bangladesh needs industrial revolution. But Bangladesh is not advance in it. She needs hundreds of technicians now and will need more in the near future. At present here technical man-power is supplied by foreign countries. But this state of things has to be stopped. Today or tomorrow industries are to be managed and run by our own people. Our government has paid attention to this matter.
Importance of technical education: The importance of technical education is very great. This education solves the problem of unemployment. Technically educated people can at least earn their even bread in honest and honourable way. Mainly, it develops our country. It makes the self-sufficient economically. It goes a long way in creating rapid industrialization.
Conclusion: If we give priority to the technical education we may have a bright future. The teaching of technical subject’s right form the secondary stage must be stressed and recognized. If we are technically developed, we will be prosperous as a nation.