SSC Result 2020 | Published On 31st May 2020

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SSC Result 2020 | Published On 31st May 2020


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SSC Result 2020 | Published On 31st May 2020 


The delay in releasing the results this year is much higher than every year, though within 90 days from the last day of the examination when the results are released by the Board of Education. But with the spread of the coronavirus around the world, everything seems to have stopped. Thanks to the Bangladesh Board of Education for working as fast as possible to advance the quality of education. 

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Bangladesh Education board Decided SSC Exam Result 2020 Published On 31st May 2020. This Delay for Coronavirus. Bangladesh Education Minister Said Already for all SSC examiners don't worry about exam results. we published it soon on time. Although the results have been announced twice before, the results have not been released. However, we are hopeful that the results of the SSC Exam 2020 will be released on the scheduled date.   



    

A Journey By Train And The Rainy Season Composition For High School Level Students

A Journey By Train And The Rainy Season Composition For High School Level Students

A Journey By Train And The Rainy Season Composition For High School Level Students
A Journey By Train
A journey by train is always interesting and pleasing for me. So if I get a chance, I don't miss it. During the last winter vacation, my parents decided to visit Chattagram by train. It was a matter of great joy for me. 

On the appointed day, we reached the Kamalpur Railway Station at 7.30 AM and bought tickets from the counter. We got into the compartment and took our seats. It was an express train. The train started on time. Gradually the speed of the train increased.

Crossing the Tongi Junction, the train was running fast through the green field's, Paddy plants, sugar cane plants, banana plants, etc. were tossing their heads in the gentle breeze. Green trees, houses, and small stations seemed to pass behind speedily.

The passengers in the compartment were talking on various matters. Some were reading newspapers and magazines. Sometimes hawkers came to sell their goods. We took light tiffin in the compartment. 

The train touched only three stations on the way. The scenery of the Mainamati Hills and Chittagong Hill tracks was looking very charming from the train. By 1.30 PM we reached Chittagong Railway station and our journey came to an end. The journey gave us much pleasure.   

A Journey By Train And The Rainy Season Composition For High School Level Students


The Rainy Season
There are six seasons in Bangladesh. The rainy season is one of them. It comes after summer and lasts for two months, that is, Ashar and Srabon. Sometimes it comes earlier and continues up to Bhadra.

The rainy season comes with heavy rainfall. So rivers, canals, ditches, ponds, and often cornfields become full to the brim with water. The land becomes wet and the roads become muddy and slippery. Continuous rainfall often compels people to remain idle in their houses without any work,

Our agriculture mostly depends on rainwater. Farmers get a good harvest if it rains in time. People can carry their goods to distant places by river ways at a cheaper cost in this season. Heavy rainfall often causes a flood. It damages crops, houses, and roads. people & domestic animals have to suffer much during the flood period. Waterborne diseases like cholera, diarrhea, etc. often break out and carry away human live.s 

In spite of all these problems, the rainy season plays a vital role in our agro-based economy. We can't yet think of growing crops without the help of this season.

A Journey by Boat And Paper Composition For High School Level Students

A Journey by Boat And Paper Composition For High School Level Students

A Journey by Boat And Paper Composition For High School Level Students
A Journey by Boat
Our country is full of rivers. people can go to different places by boat. A journey by boat is really very pleasing. Whenever I get a chance, I make a boat journey. During the last autumn vacation, the mother asked me to go to my elder sister's house at Palash by boat. I was happy at this. 

I along with my two friends went to Demra ghat and hired a nice boat. The journey started at 8 am along the river Sitalakhya. The weather was fine. Both the current and wind were favorable. There were two boatmen.  They hoisted the sail and started singing. 

The river views of the Sitallakhya were charming. Launches and big boats carrying passengers and goods were playing along the river. Fishermen are seen fishing. Villagers were bathing and swimming. The mills and factories on both the banks drew our attention. the Ghorashal Railway Bridge and the Maizuddin Bridge over the Sitalakhya look very beautiful from a distance.

The sight of trains buses, cars, trucks, etc. running over the bridges charmed us all. we could not think how our three hour's journey by boat came to an end. We reached our destination at Palash at 11 AM. But the scene and scenery we enjoyed by this journey still remain fresh in my mind.   

Paper
Paper is a very important thing without which we can't run even a day. It is believed that the Egyptians first made paper from the leaves of papyrus growing on the bank of the Nile. The word paper comes from the word "papyrus". 

Grass, straw, rags, bamboo, jute, and many things are now the raw materials from which paper is made in a mill. At first, the raw materials are cut into pieces. Then a paste is made by boiling them. It is then spread on flat plates. After that, it is dried and cut into pieces of different sizes. Thus we get paper. 

There are many kinds of paper. Some are fine and some are coarse. There are papers of different colors, sizes, and qualities. Books, newspapers, letters, official records and documents are written on paper. It is used in educational institutions and in packing things. Paper is one of the most essential daily necessary things in our life. 

Jute And Our Madrasah Composition For High School Level Students

Jute And Our Madrasah Composition For High School Level Students

Jute
Jute is called the golden fiber of Bangladeshi. About 80% of the total production of jute in the world grows in Bangladesh. It is also called our cash crop because it earns a lot of foreign exchange by exporting jute and jute goods. 

Jute And Our Madrasah Composition For High School Level Students


Jute grows well in swampy land in a moist climate. It needs fertile land, proper weeding out of the grass, and sufficient rainfall. The seeds are sown in the months of March and April. Within two or three months the plants grow up to 7 to 10ft. high. The plants are then cut down, made into bundles and kept underwater for a few days. When their barks are rotten, the fibers are taken off. These fibers are washed and dried in the sun. Thus jute is ready for sale. 

Jute is used in many ways. Clothes, ropes, gunny bags, carpets, etc are made of jute. Jute stalks are used as fuel and fence. Hard boards, mats, brushes, toys are made of jute. Carpets, paper, and warm clothes are also made of it. Jute plays a vital role in developing our country. So both the Govt. and the industrialists should take proper care to develop this industry. 

Our Madrasah
The name of our madrasah is Jamia Islamia Makhzanul Ulum. It is situated at Khilgaon Chowrasta in the eastern part of the capital city of Dhaka. It is a big madrasah. The madrasah has an E-shaped five-storeyed with a large 3 storeyed mosque in front of it. The classrooms are well spacious and airy. It has a large "kutub khana" with 15 thousand religious books on all aspects of Islam. Students can borrow books from it. 

The madrasah runs a lillah boarding for orphan and poor students. They get free food and lodge. We have also a well-disciplined Hifz khana. About 50 students become "Hafez" every year. About 1000 students read in our madrasah. Classes start at 10 AM and break up at 4.30 PM there are 30 well experienced and qualified teachers here. They take care of us as like as our parents. Every year about 60/70 maulanas get their highest degree from this madrasah. Our madrasah has occupied a unique position in imparting religious education. We feel proud of our madrasah.    


The Cow And Rice Composition For High School Level Students

The Cow And Rice Composition For High School Level Students

The Cow
The cow is a domestic animal, almost every house in our villages has one or two cows. It has four legs, two horns, two eyes, two ears, and a long tails with a tuft of hair at the end. Its body is covered with soft fur. 

The Cow And Rice Composition For High School Level Students


There are many kinds of cows. some are red, some are white, some are black and some are of mixed colors. The cow gives birth to a calf at a time and looks after it carefully. The cow lives on grass. It also eats straw, oil cake, bran and leaves of trees It drinks water. 

The cow is a very useful animal for us. It gives us milk, meat, and cow dung: Cow-dung is good manure. It is also used as fuel. The cow draws plows and carts. Shoes and bags are made of her skin. Combs is also made of her horns and bones. Many kinds of sweat meat are made from cow's milk. The cow is available throughout the world. It is a very popular domestic animal because it gives us many things.       

Rice 
Rice is the staple food for the people of Bangladesh. We get it from paddy which grows plentifully in our country. There are three kinds of paddy-Aus, Aman & Boro, IRRI is another kind of paddy. Aus is sown in Baishakh and reaped in Bhadra, Aman is sown or transplanted in the months of Ashar and Sharabon and reaped in the months of Agrahayon and Paush: Boro is sown in winter and reaped in spring. IRRI paddy grows all the year-round.

The Cow And Rice Composition For High School Level Students


Paddy grows well in the warm and moist climate. Proper tilling of land, manuring, watering, weeding out the grass at intervals are necessary for good production. At least one-third people of the world live on rice, Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, China, Indonesia, Japan, Philippines, Cambodia, The USA are the main rice-producing countries of the world. 

The people in Bangladesh mainly live on rice. Chira, Muri, Khai, And different kinds of cakes are made of rice. Delicious foods like Biriani, Khichuri, Palau, etc. are made of rice. The stalks and chaffs of paddy are used as fodder and fuel. We all should try to grow more paddy so that we can be self-sufficient in food.   

BRAC NGO Jobs Circular Published

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BRAC NGO Jobs Circular Published

BRAC NGO Jobs Circular Published 

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