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Clubs / General Guidelines for DIU Clubs and Association
« on: February 27, 2018, 03:27:08 AM »

General Guidelines for DIU Clubs and Association

1. For the smooth and well-organized operations of clubs and associations of DIU, a central Club Event Calendar will be prepared by the club and submitted to DSA Office. Every year by the second week of January; every club conveners will submit their Yearly Activity Plan (with specific event/program date) including Financial Plan (Budget) to DSA Office. Director of Student Affairs will forward the compiled documents to the Vice-Chancellor through Honorable Treasurer for necessary information/approval. DSA will keep a central calendar of all authorized club activities.

2. Every year, in the first week of January, conveners of all clubs and associations will form their New Executive Committee in consultation with the Director of Student Affairs, for the next one year and will enclose it with the Yearly Activity Plan.  Executive Members of the club must be the regular student in the university. Current Executive Committee shall set up the election process and report on the proceedings.

3. One student can’t hold the position of President/Secretary for more than one club. President and Secretary for each clubs will be selected/elected for one year only. One student cannot be re-elected/re-selected as a President/Secretary for another year, except it’s a special case. Voting by the general members to elect the executive members can be practiced, where applicable. The list of General Members will be submitted to DSA. Eligibility of members would be clear and specific.

4. Conveners of all clubs and associations will submit a Yearly Report in the last week of December to Director of Student Affairs, describing the outputs of different event/programs held throughout the year. DSA Office will forward the compiled document to the Vice-Chancellor, through Honorable Treasurer, for information. Besides, Director of Student Affairs will suggest/recommend necessary development/modification for each club/association, if necessary.   

5. Each club will have a specific e-mail address (i.e. that will be operated by the Club President. There will be a common e-mail address for the clubs (i.e. clubs@daffo..). There will be a common email address for all conveners (   

6. Clubs will concentrate on the central activities and projects, rather than departmental activities and thus before planning and organizing an event/program, club activities and departmental activities should be differentiated.  And also they should focus on outdoor programs instead of indoor programs.
7. All event/program proposals and approvals of DIU Clubs will go through DSA Office. Program approval letter will be sent to: Honorable Treasurer, Through- Director, Students’ Affairs.

8. Executive Members of the clubs should maintain good personality and etiquette. If any member is found to act in an indecent way, respective Convener will take steps and inform Director, Students’ Affairs immediately. No politics or influencing behavior will be entertained. Any such activities shall be reported and disciplinary action taken by Proctor.

Source: General Guidelines for DIU Clubs and Association

Clubs / Benefits of students from Club Activities and How to Ensure
« on: February 27, 2018, 03:23:03 AM »

Benefits of students from Club Activities and How to Ensure

•Through club activities, students start to enjoy their campus life because they see that the sacrifice of their time is worth the benefits they receive — the friendships, the knowledge, the level of involvement across campus, the building of their professional network, and the amount of adventure and fun they can have as a team.

•Student organizations have a lot to offer. Whether you join as a member or choose to lead one, simply taking part in an extracurricular group will enhance your campus experiences. Gaining skills, making connections, and broadening your knowledge through a student organization will help you become a better-rounded individual — one that’s ready to take on their future career.

•A suitable combination of academic activities with co-curricular and extra-curricular activities helps students to develop time-management skills, build self-esteem, practice goal-setting, learn teamwork and making a contribution to the society.

•Each event/program of a club has to be arranged for the realization of these benefits for the participating students.   

Source: General Guidelines for DIU Clubs and Association

Clubs / Objectives of the Clubs and Associations in DIU
« on: February 27, 2018, 03:18:46 AM »

Objectives of the Clubs and Associations in DIU

•Clubs and association in DIU will play the key role to build up an organizational structure for the co-curricular and extra-curricular activities of the students.

•Club activities will provide opportunities to the students to develop stronger relationships, test out their ideas, sharpen organizational and communication skills, gain managing and leadership experiences and broaden their horizons outside academic life.

•Each club and society will organize programs/events which are committed to uphold DIU’s values of developing entrepreneurship, prospering employability skills, gaining self esteem, strengthen organizing skills for our students.   

•DIU believes that required duties are completed by every club and association and they remain a viable part of the campus community.

•Clubs therefore should engage in meaningful projects which students would involve and learn from Clubs will find projects that benefit society, students, university, academic purpose, study purpose, etc.

Source: General Guidelines for DIU Clubs and Association, DIU 

Transforming Learning Through Student Research
by Patrick Blessinger

The demand for higher education has grown considerably in recent decades. Over the past 20 years global higher education has grown at a rate of about 5% per year. This phenomenon, together with the emergence of open education and the diversification of higher education, has resulted in many countries now reaching universal access status.
Given the wide-ranging set of interconnected global problems – political, economic, social and ecological – facing societies today, greater importance is now placed on higher education and lifelong learning as catalysts for change to help address these problems.

Thus, higher education and lifelong learning have become major factors in shaping the global knowledge society.
Because of its increasingly important role in society as a knowledge producer, higher education itself has increasingly become the subject of its own research.

For example, within schools of education at many universities, higher education has emerged as a unique field of inquiry for researchers as well as a specialised field of study for students. Also, there has been a proliferation of academic journals focusing on higher education like the one that I edit: The Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education.
Shifting paradigms of higher education
The word university comes from the Latin word universitas, meaning a community of scholars. The precise origins of the first universities are somewhat obscure since they evolved very slowly in the early years and detailed records where not always kept.

Many early universities began as religious schools and as gathering places for teachers and students. Among the first such gathering places of higher learning were the University of al-Qarawiyyin in Morocco and the University of Bologna in Italy.
The modern university model, as we know it today – with its organisational structure of disciplines-faculties, focus on freedom of inquiry, delineation between undergraduate and graduate students, and required courses, examinations and academic degrees – emerged from the European medieval university model with the first doctoral degree awarded about 800 years ago in Europe.
The early medieval universities focused primarily on liberal arts studies such as grammar, rhetoric, logic, maths and natural philosophy to help prepare students intellectually for professional fields such as law, theology and medicine.

Pedagogically, scholasticism, with its focus on dialectic reasoning to arrive at philosophical truths, was the prevalent teaching and learning paradigm in the early centuries of the university. During the Renaissance period, humanism, with its focus on critical thinking and empirical observation, began to emerge as a ubiquitous teaching and learning paradigm.

Today, higher education is very diverse and multi-purpose with respect to institutional types – research universities, liberal arts colleges, community colleges and vocational-technical colleges – teaching and learning methods used (pedagogical pluralism), students served, programmes-curricula offered and modes of delivery.

As with any system, natural or social, higher education continues to evolve and modernise itself to better respond to contemporary educational needs. With respect to universities specifically, the predominant model today is the Humboldtian model which emphasises the integration of research, teaching and learning.

The nature of research
Broadly defined, research is the process of systematic inquiry. The word research comes from the French word recherché, meaning, to seek or to search for answers to questions.

In academic research, this implies the asking of a research question and then collecting and analysing data and evidence to help answer that question. The nature of the research question posed and the type of data analysed therefore influences the research methodology used.

More narrowly defined, research is a systemic process to investigate the nature of a particular phenomenon which exists in the natural world or the social world or the personal world or any intersections of those worlds.

Because knowledge domains are not mutually exclusive, the domains often overlap. New knowledge often emerges from the domain-spanning intersection of ideas, say between art and science.

Transforming learning through student research

The different types of knowledge domains (science, humanities, arts) emerge from different worlds (natural, social, personal) and, consequently, involve different modes of inquiry (scientific, humanistic, artistic).

Each domain-discipline has developed its own paradigms, models and methodologies for conducting research to address the epistemological (knowledge), ontological (reality) and axiological (values) objectives unique to it.

Principles and concepts from one domain or discipline can be integrated with other domains or disciplines. All domains have the potential to inform and benefit other domains. For example, for scientists and engineers, the humanities and arts have the potential to enhance creative communication and cultural understanding, whereas for humanists and artists, science has the potential to enhance problem solving and critical thinking.

Educational research methods
Before the development of formal educational research methods in the 20th century, educational philosophy was greatly relied on to guide the development of theories and assumptions about teaching and learning.

However, with the emergence of the social sciences and with the refinement of educational research methods, together with advances in brain research and learning science, educators now have a broader set of tools and knowledge bases by which to determine the soundness of educational philosophies, teaching methods and learning theories.

Given the huge potential for research of all types to enhance learning outcomes, higher education can benefit from integrating student research activities into curricula at all levels across all domains.

Research occurs along a wide spectrum, from scientific research to humanistic research to art-based research. This spectrum of research activities allows for great flexibility in integrating research into a variety of courses.

By using both critical thinking and creative thinking, students are better able to evaluate issues and problems from a more comprehensive set of perspectives.

Inquiry is a natural human activity that emerges from the basic human drive to make meaning and sense of life and the universe we live in. Hence, when students at all grade levels engage in varied research activities as part of their educational experience, it provides a natural vehicle for transforming learning.

Patrick Blessinger is an adjunct associate professor of education at St John’s University in New York City, United States, and chief research scientist for the International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association. He is senior editor of the Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education.

What Is Blended Learning?

Blended Learning is a mixture of learning methods that incorporate multiple teaching modals. Aost frequently eLearning and traditional face-to-face learning.

Blended learning is a natural development to the growing accessibility of eLearning, online resources and the continued need for a human component in the learning experience. A blended learning approach ensures that the learner is engaged and driving his or her individual learning experience. This approach also helps cater to the individual needs of the learner, most students have unique learning styles and a blended approach is more likely to cater to those needs than a traditional classroom teaching experience.

Blended Learning Models:

Due to its modular design, blended learning can come in numerous shapes and sizes and be personalized to fit the individual. These types of modals can include:

Online – Instruction occurs via an online platform, with periodic face-to-face meetings.
Rotation: Student rotates between self-paced online learning and face-to-face instruction. Schedules are fixed but flexible.
Flex: Most instruction is delivered online, with teachers providing as needed support in small-group settings.
Personalised blend: Teacher designs face-to-face and anywhere, anytime learning options that straddle the physical classroom and virtual spaces. Learning is the constant and time is the variable.
Online lab: Instructions takes place in a brick and mortar lab. Delivered by an online teacher and supervised onsite by paraprofessionals.
Self-blend: Students take online courses to supplement their tradition schools face to face course catalogue.
Face-to-face: Teacher offers primarily face-to-face instruction, supplemented with technology in the classroom or computer lab.
Why Is Blended Learning Important?

Blended learning is important because it breaks down the traditional walls of teaching, ones that don’t work for all students and now with access to present day technologies and resources we can tailor the learning experience for each student. Blended learning also offers flexible time frames that can be personalized to each person, offering them the ability to learn at their own pace.

Advantages Of Blended Learning For Teachers

With the heavy integration of technologies we’ll be able to improve teaching, information retention, engagement, responsibility and enjoyment.  Students never outgrow their learning styles, meaning blended learning is more important than ever, no matter what the industry is, from schools to corporations, in all walks of life.

Teaching is less expensive to deliver, more affordable and saves time.

Blended learning offers flexibility in terms of availability – Anytime, anywhere. In other words, eLearning enables the student to access the materials from anywhere at any time.

Access to global resources and materials that meet the students’ level of knowledge and interest.

Self-pacing for slow or quick learners reduces stress, increases satisfaction and information retention.

E-learning allows more affective interactions between the learners and their instructors through the use of emails, discussion boards and chat room.

Students have the ability to track their progress.

Students can also learn through a variety of activities that apply to many  different learning styles.

E-learning could improve the quality of teaching and learning as it  supports the face-to-face teaching approaches.

Blended learning also improves other factors for the teacher including:

More engaged students.
Better information and feedback on work
Team teaching
Extended time with students
More leadership roles
Focus on deeper learning
Motivate hard to reach kids
New options to teach at home
More earning power
Individualized professional development plans

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Students Issue / Implementation Forum for "Student" related Issues
« on: August 11, 2015, 07:03:20 PM »
Implementation Forum for "Student" related Issues

Both the problems and solutions for the area "Student Issues" are given below. The idea behind each child board is to take ownership of the solutions and suggest implementation actions, monitor and follow up the progress.

Student Issue: Problems
•   Not willing to pay tuition fees
•   Middle class background
•   Students financial problem
•   Online payment
•   Online admission
•   Bank Deposit
•   Orientation program share accounts knowledge
•   Students lacking of awareness of their career

Student Issue: Solution
•   Students’ motivation (Benefits of timely payment)
•   Financial Support (Student Loan aid)
•   Online Support for admission and payment 
•   Interactive students’ orientation
•   Guardian motivation

Please give your valuable comments/suggestions/implementation plans/etc.

Strategy / Implementation Forum for "Strategy" related Issues
« on: August 11, 2015, 06:56:50 PM »
Implementation Forum for "Strategy" related Issues

Both the problems and solutions for the area "Strategy" are given below. The idea behind each child board is to take ownership of the solutions and suggest implementation actions, monitor and follow up the progress.

Strategy: Problems
•   Second man
•   Relevant data analysis
•   Communication and timely response
•   Vision
•   Follow up
•   Slow execution
•   Initiative
•   Strategic Plan

Strategy: Solution
•   Need SWOT analysis
•   Team Work
•   Develop alternative supporting staff
•   Information sharing from top to bottom
•   Individual department
•   Long term vision set up
•   Properly monitoring
•   Short term and long term planning

Please give your valuable comments/suggestions/implementation plans/etc.

Planing / Implementation Forum for "Planning" related Issues
« on: August 11, 2015, 06:51:52 PM »
Implementation Forum for "Planning" related Issues

Both the problems and solutions for the area "Planning" are given below. The idea behind each child board is to take ownership of the solutions and suggest implementation actions, monitor and follow up the progress.

Planning: Problems
•   Rush time preparation
•   Lack of  long term plan and is not interpreted clearly to all
•   They should work more dedicatedly. Should know the importance of work. Which work will be stood first and then solution rapidly?

Planning: Solution
•   Setting realistic vision
•   Identifying right people
•   Sharing vision  with entire organization
•   Proper monitoring
•   Reward and appreciation after getting success

Please give your valuable comments/suggestions/implementation plans/etc.

Service / Implementation Forum for "Service" related Issues
« on: August 11, 2015, 06:47:34 PM »
Implementation Forum for "Service" related Issues

Both the problems and solutions for the area "Attitude" are given below. The idea behind each child board is to take ownership of the solutions and suggest implementation actions, monitor and follow up the progress.

Service: Problems
•   Ensure Everyone Internet
•   Faster IT support
•   Call Center
•   Share IT Knowledge
•   Instant support and time frame
•   Software Problem

Service: Solution
•   IT Infrastructure development
•   Service policy development
•   Training and development
•   Skilled IT Personnel
•   Peer Learning
•   Online Instant Support Service
•   List of concerned person for problem and solution
•   How are we committee?

Please give your valuable comments/suggestions/implementation plans/etc.

Human Resource (HR) / Implementation Forum for HR related Issues
« on: August 11, 2015, 06:43:23 PM »
Implementation Forum for HR related Issues

Both the problems and solutions for the area "HR" are given below. The idea behind each child board is to take ownership of the solutions and suggest implementation actions, monitor and follow up the progress.

HR: Problems
•   No  proper dress code for faculty and officers
•   Proper motivational tools
•   Employee satisfaction level
•   Evaluation
•   Execution
•   No work load study exist
•   Duel order
•   Formal induction
•   Proper training
•   Slow file professing
•   IT knowledge and effective training
•   Qualification
•   Policy and procedures
•   No appreciation
•   English proficiency
•   Coordination problems among departments
•   No ownership
•   No HR manual
•   Employee training
•   Job-Tracking problem
•   Documentation process

HR: Solution
•   Proper dress code policy and implement it
•   Maintaining proper chain of command. One have only one supervisor
•   Implementing induction/orientation of employees at the time of joining
•   Ensuring sufficient training for each job/task/officials
•   Implementing scientific HR techniques
•   Automation, where applicable 
•   Unified and clear HR policies
•   Right man in the right place

Please give your valuable comments/suggestions/implementation plans/etc.

Attitude / Implementation Forum for ATTITUDE related Issues
« on: August 11, 2015, 06:37:10 PM »
Implementation Forum for ATTITUDE related Issues

Both the problems and solutions for the area "Attitude" are given below. The idea behind each child board is to take ownership of the solutions and suggest implementation actions, monitor and follow up the progress.

Attitude: Problems
•   Dominate
•   Superior Mentality
•   Tolerance
•   Respect
•   Acceptance
•   Perfection
•   Variation in personal philosophy
•   Inconsistency in working speed. 

Attitude: Solution
•   Awareness Training
•   Counselling
•   Induction
•   Policy on  organizational behavior and Environment
•   Prioritize on organizational goals
•   Motivation

Please give your valuable comments/suggestions/implementation plans/etc.

38 members delegate from Daffodil International University left for Malaysia to attend Asia Summer Program-2014
38 members delegate consists of 33 students along with 5 Faculty members and 2 Officials of Daffodil International University left for Malaysia today to attend Asia Summer Program-2014 at Univeristi Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP), Malaysia lead by Prof. Dr. Md. Fokhray Hossain, Director, International Affairs. The Program starts at August 05, 2014 at the very beautiful location of Perlis, Malaysia and will continue up to August 25, 2014. This is ever biggest contingent from Bangladesh for an international program called Asia Summer program (ASP) which mainly supported by Asian University Presidents Forum (AUPF). Students and teachers from all around the Asia from 14 universities of 11 countries including Bangladesh are attending this summer program.

Life Style / Keep your Cloths free from Insects
« on: September 05, 2013, 10:30:06 AM »

কাপড়কে পোকা মুক্ত রাখা:

বৃষ্টি বাদলার দিনে কাপড়ে পোকা মাকড়ের বসতি হওয়া ঠেকানো খুব যন্ত্রণার একটা ব্যাপার। বদ্ধ আলমারি, অন্ধকার ঘর ইত্যাদি কারণেও কাপড়ে বাসা বাঁধে পোকা। কীটনাশক দিয়ে এর প্রতিকার সম্ভব নয়। বরং অবলম্বন করতে হবে ঘরোয়া পদ্ধতি যেন পোকা মাকড় দূরে থাকে আপনার শৌখিন কাপড় থেকে। এতে আপনার কাজে আসবে লেবু বা কমলার খোসা!

কমলা বা লেবুর খোসা খাবার পর সেগুলো ফেলে দিবেন না। সাদা অংশটা চামচ দিয়ে চেঁছে তুলে ফেলুন। তারপর খোসাটা প্লাস্টিকের ব্যাগে ভরে রেখে দিন আলমারি বা ড্রয়ারে। রাখার আগে অবশ্যই প্যাকেটের সাথে অনেক গুলো ছিদ্র করে দিবেন। এবার দেখুন তো, পোকামাকড় কেমন দূরে আছে আপনার কাপড় চোপড় থেকে!

Turn Your Internship into a Full-Time Job

1. Tell Them You Want to Be a Full-Time Hire: This is a rookie mistake I made in a previous internship I held one summer during college. Rather than being upfront about my intentions and goals, I kept my head down, powered through and hoped they’d recognize and reward me for my contribution by offering a full-time position after I graduated.

Most employers see a lot of interns come and go – and many employers aren’t interested in hiring full-time. They’re just looking for short-term interns for temp work. During my interview for the CareerBliss internship, I told them right away that I’d love to be considered as a full-time employee, and they were open to the possibility.

2. Dress & Act Like a Full-Timer: Show them you’re a team player and you’re here to stay. Use words like “we” and “us.” Do as the Romans do!

If you’re the only one dressed up while everyone else is in shorts and flip flops…they’ll suspect that you’re just an interim intern who doesn’t really fit into the company culture. At my company, I participated in all the parties, activities and celebratory lunches, which helped them see I was a good fit.

3. Never say “I’m just an Intern”: Don’t even think it. You’re an employee (for the interim) and the last thing your boss and coworkers want to hear is that you’re not interested in going all in for the team. A few weeks into my internship, I was waiting in line for coffee and a senior employee from another department asked me if I was a new software engineer. I felt nervous and said “oh … no — I’m just an intern.”

He smiled: You’re not just an intern!

If I had said that to my own boss, he might have gotten the wrong idea about my ambition. It’s okay if you aren’t contributing a whole lot to the team right away – it doesn’t make you insignificant. After all, everyone was a novice at one point.

4. Step Up & Speak Up: Chances are, your boss isn’t going to bombard you with a million hours of work. You will have some down time. Seize it!

Start your own passion project to show your engagement and enthusiasm with the business. For instance, have they started a Pinterest account yet? Because they probably should, considering it’s a huge conversion generator in social media. Or, maybe they could use a re-organization of their documents that are cluttering up the system. Find a problem you can solve, and propose how you’ll solve it! You’ve got fresh ideas.

5. Record All Your Accomplishments: At the beginning of your internship, you should start a running Excel spreadsheet and keep track of your major achievements, contributions and successes. This came in handy when I set up my evaluation meeting toward the end of the internship.

If you do this, you’ll be able to point to the hard facts about how you’ve proven your worth as part of the team in your brief time. Periodically, look back at this list and if you’re not happy with what you have, refer to No.4!

Ultimately, if there’s one thing to take away from my experience, it is that it’s OK if you don’t know what you’re doing at the beginning of your internship (most people don’t!) as long as you’re proactive in figuring it out.

Good luck, interns!

Food / Foods that help to increase the ability of human brain
« on: June 10, 2013, 03:43:27 PM »
প্রকৃতি আমাদের জন্যে কত রকম খাবারেরই না যোগান মজুত রেখেছে! তারই মধ্যে এমন অনেক খাবার আছে যা মস্তিষ্কের কর্ম ক্ষমতা বাড়াতে সাহায্য করে এবং স্মৃতিশক্তি ভালো করে। এমনই পাঁচটি বিশেষ খাবারেরই খোঁজ রইল এখানে।

তেল সমৃদ্ধ মাছ: আজকাল বেশিরভাগ মানুষই একটা সমস্যার সম্মুখীন হয়ে থাকেন। কিছুই মনে রাখতে পারেন না, অথবা প্রয়োজনে কোনও বিশেষ তথ্য মনে করতে পারেন না। আপনারও যদি এমন সমস্যা থাকে তা হলে আজ থেকেই রোজকার খাবারে তেল সমৃদ্ধ মাছ রাখুন। এই ধরনের মাছে ওমেগা-৩ ফ্যাটি অ্যাসিড আছে যা শরীরের বিশেষ করে মস্তিষ্কের জন্যে খুবই ভালো। আর প্রতিদিন সম্ভব না হলেও সপ্তাহে অন্তত দু’দিন অবশ্যই খান।

সবুজ শাকসবজি
: সবুজ শাক সবজি খাওয়ার কথা শুনলেই কী মেজাজটা খারাপ হয়ে যায়? তা হলে বলব এবার মানসিকতাটা বদলান। কারণ সবুজ শাকসবজিতে ভিটামিন সি ও বিটা ক্যারোটিন থাকে যা শরীরের পক্ষে খুবই ভালো। এছাড়াও থাকে ফোলেট যা স্মৃতিশক্তি প্রখর করতে সাহায্য করে।

ডিম: ওয়ান্ডার ফুড বলতে যা বোঝায়, ডিম ঠিক তাই। এতে রয়েছে আয়রন, আয়োডিন, ভিটামিন বি ১২। আয়রন লাল রক্ত কণিকা তৈরি করতে সাহায্য করে যা মস্তিষ্কে রক্ত সঞ্চালন বৃদ্ধি করে। ফলে আপনি অনেক বেশি সজাগ থাকতে পারেন। অন্যদিকে আয়োডিন মস্তিষ্কের প্রবলেম সলভিং ক্ষমতা বাড়াতে সাহায্য করে।

গ্রিন টি: জানেন কী আমাদের মস্তিষ্কে ৮০ শতাংশ জল আছে! ফলে ব্রেন যাতে সব সময়ে হাইড্রেটেড থাকে, সেই দিকে বিশেষ খেয়াল রাখতেই হবে। সারাদিনে ৮ গ্লাস জল খাওয়া একান্তই প্রয়োজন। তার সঙ্গে যদি দিনে অন্তত দু'বার গ্রিন-টি খেতে পারেন তাহলে আরও ভালো। গবেষণায় জানা গিয়েছে, গ্রিন-টি মেন্টাল অ্যালার্টনেস বাড়ানোর পাশাপাশি স্মৃতিশক্তিও ভালো করে। এছাড়াও এতে মজুত প্রচুর পরিমাণে অ্যান্টিঅক্সিডেন্ট ডিমেনশিয়া হওয়ার সম্ভাবনা কম করে।

চকোলেট: শুধুমাত্র রসনা তৃপ্তিই নয়, চকোলেট আপনার মস্তিষ্কের জন্যেও খুব উপকারী। বিশেষ করে ডার্ক চকোলেট। এতে মজুত ফ্ল্যাভানয়েড কগনিটিভ স্কিল ভালো করতে সাহায্য করে। বিশেষজ্ঞরা মনে করেন যে নতুন নিউরন তৈরি করতেও সাহায্য করে ডার্ক চকোলেট। তবে পরিমাণের দিকে অবশ্যই বিশেষ খেয়াল রাখবেন।
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