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English / Re: curbing corporate sexual harassment
« on: March 22, 2011, 07:26:57 AM »
Thank you Irinia Madam. I hope people will be aware of this issue and the sufferings of corporate women will be lessened

Environmental Science and Disaster Management / Re: acid rain
« on: March 16, 2011, 11:06:26 AM »
Dear Mr Mamun,


Environmental Science and Disaster Management / acid rain
« on: March 15, 2011, 04:51:44 PM »
"BBC flash news: Japan government confirms radiation leak at Fukushima nuclear plants. Asian countries should take necessary precautions. If rain comes, remain indoors first 24 hours, close doors & windows, swab neck skin with beta-dine where thyroid area is... Radiation hits thyroid first and then it starts to spray. Please take extra precautions."

Many students are asking whether they would come to university to take exam  tomorrow by taking the risk of acid rain. I could not answer them

My best wishes for all my dear students will always accompany them.

Journalism & Mass Communication / Re: Keep the environment safe...
« on: March 08, 2011, 11:24:56 AM »
we can start doing it by keeping DIU campus clean

Departments / Re: some manners when you are in a lift
« on: March 07, 2011, 03:25:10 PM »
Along with using the stairs, we should be careful about other manners.

Departments / some manners when you are in a lift
« on: March 07, 2011, 10:39:35 AM »
Lift has become a necessary part in our daily life who stay or work  in a multi storeyed buildings. Quite often, people who are in lift crowd near the door and as a result other people who want to get into the lift think that there is not sufficient space in the lift and they wait.
 Sometimes, when a new person enters a lift, others (if there is a group) exchange humilating laugh with each other indirectly indicating that person and this is quite awkward for that person. The situation becomes more embarrassing when the lift doesn't move after a newcomer gets in.

I think we should arrange ourselves in a systematic way in a lift so that it can accommodate an optimum number of passengers. It will save both our energy and time.

Moreover, in a lift, if we are in a group we will not do anything which might make other person humiliated or belittled or offended.

The most important thing is that when we need to climb three floors, it is better to take stairs making way for others who need to climb many floors.

Departments / A compliment from a student makes a teacher's day!
« on: March 06, 2011, 02:40:19 PM »
Today, I came to DIU at 7:30am and was quite busy with making questions and checking scripts. I was passing hectic time.  When I was standing infront of the lift at 9:30am, one of my students greeted me and told me, "Ma'am, you always  speak very nicely with loving tone". She also said that it was not her personal opinion, the whole bacth thinks in this way. The moment I heard this, all my exhortion went away. The compliment energized my spirit and made my day.

I think, a teacher's potential is enhanced when they receive recognition from their students.

I am thankful to my students for all their compliments as these really enliven my teaching spirit.

Pharmacy / Re: Positive Bangladesh
« on: March 06, 2011, 12:58:48 PM »
I agree with Ms Tanzina. Our students should be made familiar with social vices so that they keep themselves safe and create awareness to eliminate those vices.

I am greatly impressed by the caring attitude of our DIU students for their teachers. It makes me proud of being the teacher of such nice, smart and conscious students.

Departments / Re: again ID card issue
« on: March 05, 2011, 09:56:30 AM »
It is really unfortunate to experience the same upsetting matter every day when I wait for lift. Today a stuent gave me a lame argument for not wearing ID card saying that he is an MBA student and he was quite rude in his approach.

In the lift 4 students were without ID card and only two girls and a boy  kept their ID cards at display.

 great news indeed!

Departments / Re: Benefits of Honey and Cinnamon:
« on: February 28, 2011, 10:07:46 PM »
Dear Asma Alam madam,

during the time of my sever cough this recipe helped me a lot. Once again thanks for such a useful post!

Departments / again ID card issue
« on: February 28, 2011, 09:53:16 PM »
Despite encouraging our dear students to hang their ID cards around their necks, it is unfortunate to see that  a number of students still do not follow it while they are at campus. Quite often, I find students in lift without ID cards.

Talking to a security guard revealed the fact that students take off their ID cards as soon as they get into the lift. Even today I found that one female student was arguing in a very rude manner with a security guard as the security guard asked her to keep her ID card at display. However, when I asked the girl to comply with the rules of DIU, she followed it.

I would like to request all our dear students of DIU to wear their ID cards.

Common Forum / Re: First day at DIU of mine
« on: February 27, 2011, 11:12:07 AM »
Dear Labu,

It is good to read your experience. Wish you a very pleasant experience at DIU.

All the best

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