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Faculty Forum / MOTIVATION FOR LIFE
« on: October 10, 2019, 01:33:35 PM »
জ়ীবন থেকে নেয়া শিক্ষা-১, কখন ও কাউকে টাকা ধার দেবেন না=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-w_hmMjlF0&t=40s

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English / MOTIVATION FOR LIFE
« on: October 10, 2019, 01:29:35 PM »
জ়ীবন থেকে নেয়া শিক্ষা-১, কখন ও কাউকে টাকা ধার দেবেন না://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-w_hmMjlF0&t=40s

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English / WRITE YOUR STORY THAT CAN INSPIRE PEOPLE
« on: April 29, 2018, 01:35:55 PM »

It's a story about my personal life.
From my childhood I was mentioned by a brilliant and serious student.I was always read a lot of books and made a good result. I think books are my best friend.Indeen,there's a story of my own.
It was 26August,2015.
That day we were going to Cox's bazar with family members.But that day was also memorable because of my hsc result.I was little bit nervous.I didn't know What's happening but I trust myself. I thought at least I got A. All the way I was frustrated about my result.I couldn't comfort in my whole journey.When we were going to nearby cox's Bazar then it was 2pm.My result was published. There were so much network problem because we were in train.I couldn't enter into server.After some time,I told one of my friend about my roll number to check and inform me about my result.5minutes had passed she didn't call me.My tention was fully rising.I thought there must be a something wrong.After some times she called and just kept silent. I told her what's my result please tell.Then she told 'friend,u're failed!'I was totally astonished. It's like I listened wrong.But some time I checked it myself and saw I failed.All of my family members were at beside me at train.I told them my result.They didn't tell me anything.They were also astonished because I was taking medical preparation that time.My hope was to be a doctor.All the hope were nipped in the bud. After some time, we reached Cox's Bazar and my parents told don't do any thing as like my others family members become sad.They were going for enjoy. I was very sad but when I was going to beach with them I was enjoying. I was trying to forget what's happend with me.After returning home my parents wanted to know from me what did I want then.I said I want to attend my exam next year.I was frustrated so much but yet I passed my exam next year again and my result was 4.25. I was very happy because I tried a lot.No matter what my result was but my satisfaction was I tried my best.After that,my father wanted to me what I wanted.I told I would never back to medical and I want to admitted ar university.Then my father told me that he wanted to me as a English department student.In my whole life I never thought that I would be a student of my English department. But my destiny reach myself as English department. I admitted at English department at Daffodil International University. Now I am happy with my study.In my first semester my CGPA was 3.75.I know it's not the best but my satisfaction is I tried my best.I want to be a banker and I'm trying my best for improving myself. Now I understand that my father's decision was right. I am happy with my department and friends and teachers.Its the story of my success and I believe that if someone's being determined he/she can reach his goal.

Moral :Don't judge anybody by his failure. Maybe its her bad time but if you stay with him you can see something different from her.Everyone can determined and he determined he can reach his goal.

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Learning English / MOTIVATIONAL STORIES TO LEARN BETTER
« on: April 29, 2018, 01:17:28 PM »
This story about a girl who try to change her life...she grown up in very conservative family..Her parents love her unimaginable n do overmuch care.. So that Her parents never let her go alone anywhere even any kinds of picnic with friends or hang out with them..She was very polite..Even her school n college was also stayed beside her home though her mom took her to the school n college too.. she liked it n thought how much love and care her mom..Sometimes her friends taunts for this..Sometimes she felt angry and said to mom that give her freedom.. But her mom knows she is not capable to this dangerous world...For that reason she didn't learn how to cope up with others. When she was in 18, she got married..It was really hard to her to cooperate with new family..She can't continue her study for 2 years that's why her heart was broken. She try to kept her alone..Her dreams was stucked somewhere.. Passing her time with depression..Then her parents, husband, laws gave her inspiration... She again start her study.. Her husband says, "I don't snatch your dreams and freedom.. Go ahead, spread your wings and fly as you can..

And now I am try to change myself step by step..Yes...the story is mine..I really try to cope up others make me easy. Hang out with friends n doing different kind of activities.. I want to see my future bright.. I am trying my best..Learning struggling hoping and changing.. Now I don't fear to go somewhere alone..

Marriage can't snatch your dreams and stucked your life sometimes it gives freedom..

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Employability Skills / PRESENTATION SKILL DEVELOPMENT
« on: April 24, 2018, 02:17:55 PM »
PRESENTATION SKILL DEVELOPMENT

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English / INSPIRATIONAL STORIES
« on: April 02, 2017, 04:46:23 PM »
This is my real story. Last semester my mother was so sick that she could not walk, could not eat, vomiting constantly because she got electrolyte problem. We hospitalized her. I am the only girl in my family. So at that time, my life was so miserable that I had to handle my family and study also. I could not attend class regularly. I thought I dropped this semester. I forgot to smile. Suddenly I got a phone call. My cousin Mishu called me and said she would come tomorrow. I said her that it was impossible, you had a baby you could not manage it. I also told her that it was my problem and I handled it in my own way. But she did not hear my words. At last, she came to my house. To saw her, I feel very reliable. She helped me a lot. She cooked for us, she stayed with my mother in hospital and I looked after her daughter at home. I started my study, attended class and participating exams. My mother health was better. Everything was seemed to be good after coming her in my home. But the sorrowful moment was that night before she leaving. I asked about her study. She told me that she did not admit into Masters because the admission time was over. I told her that why she did not tell it before. Mishu said that if she told me then I forced her to go away in this critical moment. I cried a lot at that night. This is called sacrifice. I never forget this sacrifice that she did for me.

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English / GOOD WORDS, GOOD FEELINGS
« on: April 02, 2017, 03:51:49 PM »
Friendship is a miracle of God. It is a promise of togetherness of a lifetime. Anything lesser than that is not worth having a friend. I know a story of friendship. When I was in class six, I have learnt from one of my madrasha teachers. Here is a compilation of short stories on friendship with an inspiration for you to become not only a better person but also understand the meaning of true friendship.
A story tells that two friends were walking through the desert. During some point of the journey they had an argument, and one friend slapped the other one in the face.
The one who got slapped was hurt, but without saying anything, wrote in the sand “Today my best friend slapped me in the face”.
They kept on walking until they found an oasis, where they decided to take a bath. The one who had been slapped got stuck in the mire and started drowning, but the friend saved him. After he recovered from the near drowning, he wrote on a stone “Today my best friend saved my life”.
The friend who had slapped and saved his best friend asked him, “After I hurt you, you wrote in the sand and now, you write on a stone, why?” The other friend replied “When someone hurts us we should write it down in sand where winds of forgiveness can erase it away. But, when someone does something good for us, we must engrave it in stone where no wind can ever erase it.”
Moral: Do not value the things you have in your life. But value who you have in your life.

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English / EVALUATING OURSELVES AS HUMAN
« on: April 02, 2017, 03:36:37 PM »
I have some fault. I am not perfect for all. But I am trying to will be a good human being. I have some good and bad qualities but good qualities make me a good man. I don't want to harm with people. I have some good qualities such as- love,honesty,truthfulness,helpful,peaceful etc. If I maintain that virtues, I will be a good human being. Though we are human being, we are different from others animal. But sometimes our behave is very cruel, we misuse our power. We are pride for our position and avoid poor people. We should see all the people equally. So I am a good human being because I am not jealous for other wealth. I don't harm any man. It is a challenge to achieve good qualities but I except it for good human being. Everybody trust me. I am friendly. I stay happy and keep happy with my around people.

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English / WHY ARE PARENTS SO GREAT?
« on: April 02, 2017, 01:54:10 PM »
Clearly, we all once lived with our parents. We, as their children, know the struggles of living with them. The "we never let us do anything" and the "Mom, can I have ten dollars?" moments. Parents can be real a pain in our side, (little did we know that we are bigger pains in theirs). So sure, we butted heads with Mom and Dad once, but what about all the selfless and amazing things they did for you? I sat down and thought of this one day, now that I live on my own. I contemplated the pros and (lack of) cons and here is a list of why you should be more grateful towards your parents:

1. They put up with you attitude, sassiness, harshness, and your plain being a brat for 18 years. In some cases it's even longer than that. (Yes guys, this goes for you, too.)

2. If our parents are anything like mine, then you know how much they sacrificed. Countless weekends for sports, music, birthday parties, and other functions. Not only did they give up their time, which is precious, but they gave up a lot of money; on clothes, movies, make up, the best shoes, or the best of everything.

3. There were nights we ate out, or ate left-overs; but most of the time my parents cooked dinner every night. As most college kids know, there is no cooking like home cooking. There is no "Mom, what are we doing for dinner?" or "Dad, are you going to cook ribs because they are my favorite?" Sometimes, I'm plain lucky if I remember to take stuff out of the freezer to cook. Mom and Dad never forgot stuff like that, and they still send me home with frozen leftovers, and so much more.

4. They were, and still are, always there for me when I needed them most. Friends will come and go, but my mom and dad will never sway. They are my rocks, my stronghold, the two people who I can count on most in this world.

5. Finally, always be thankful for your parents because no one here on this earth will ever love you as much as they do, nor will anyone love you the same. Sure you will have your spouse, but there is no comparison to loving a child.

My list could probably go on further, because I was blessed with amazing parents, who did so much for me and my brother. Countless volleyball games, even times when we had to fly across the bd to get to them. Countless weekends just to watch practices, and so on. So next time we see our parents, especially because Thanksgiving is this week, tell them how much they mean to you. As I said, time is so precious, and life comes and goes everyday, make that your priority.
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English / MOTIVATIONAL STORIES
« on: April 02, 2017, 01:36:11 PM »
An orphanage in a remote village in Vietnam was bombed in the Vietnam War. Many children were wounded and some died. The French missionaries who owned the orphanage and the vigilant villagers tried their best to rescue the children. But medical care was not available. Some of them ran to the neighbouring town and sent a message to the MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) Unit of the American military. The mobile medical unit rushed to the orphanage with a team of doctors, nurses and other staff and started their operation to save the wounded children. An eight year old little girl was badly wounded. She had lost a lot of blood and was in a very critical state. The only step to save her life was an immediate blood transfusion.
They examined her blood. It was of a very rare group. A donor with a compatible blood group was needed urgently. None of the members of the medical team or the staff of the orphanage or the available villagers had a matching blood group. They tested the blood of the children and identified a few little boys with the required blood group. As the members of the team were not proficient in the local language, they could not communicate with the boys clearly. They tried their best to request them to volunteer to donate blood to save the dying girl. One little boy stepped forward, ready to donate his blood. During the transfusion he started to sob and appeared to be mentally disturbed. The staff tried their best to console him. But they failed.Then a Vietnamese nurse arrived. She talked to the boy and inquired in the local language about the cause of his worry. She had a long conversation and hearing her words of assurance, the boy appeared to be remarkably relieved. His sobs were replaced by a smile. He was peaceful and jubilant. The nurse then explained the real situation. When the team requested his blood to save the girl, the poor boy had a major misunderstanding. He thought that they were demanding ALL the blood in his little body. He believed that when all his blood is drained, he would die. Still he was ready to offer his blood to save the girl. The barrier of language made the team unable to explain the details to him. The words of the local nurse consoled him considerably.
The American staff then inquired why the boy volunteered to donate his blood though he feared it would end his life. The Vietnamese nurse replied that she had asked the same question to the boy. His answer was, “Because she is my friend!”
Let us learn to love one another. The greatest love a person can have for his friends is to be willing even to give his life for them”

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Internet / Web Design and Web Developers needed
« on: November 03, 2016, 01:07:30 PM »
A new Web Design and Developing company named "Beautiful Life.com" needs some part time web developers. Interested students/persons are requested to contact me. Ph=01817534271. or, email=sohelsameen@gmail.com

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English / EVERY DAY WORDS
« on: June 11, 2016, 12:36:42 PM »
Gather   একত্রিত হওয়া   We have gathered here for a meeting.

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Dictionary / Learn One Word Every day
« on: June 09, 2016, 02:19:38 PM »
Glad   আনন্দিত   I am very glad that you have succeeded.

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Learning English / CAMPUS LANGUAGE ENGLISH
« on: June 08, 2016, 02:35:22 PM »
Let us learn easy vocabulary and use them in everyday life.

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