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Thanks sony. It is true for better career & prospects must have the good knowledge in English. Beside core education you have taken good initiative to inspiring other students to be more educated in English. Similarly you can visit our library you will get free Pdf English  books that may also help for every body.

« on: May 29, 2010, 12:26:58 PM »
Thanks sony already I requested to Librarian sir to up load BRE related books and he is taking initiative. Hope very soon all of you will get lot of Books and I also requested to Book purchase committee to buy hard copy of some  books for BRE students. I provided the list. Beside those I will provide all of you as much as possible content in relevant area.

I kept in yr Book list and sent to Library for taking step immediately. which books you have been  mentioned maximum  are available in library so you can visit our library and to know weather you feel any cooperation let me know I am ready to assist you.

« on: May 29, 2010, 12:23:02 PM »
Thanks sony already I requested to Librarian sir to up load BRE related books and he is taking initiative. Hope very soon all of you will get lot of Books and I also requested to Book purchase committee to buy hard copy of some  books for BRE students. I provided the list. Beside those I will provide all of you as much as possible content in relevant area.

I kept in yr Book list and sent to Library for taking step immediately.

Thanks Mr. Ansari the article is good and thoughtful for  all of us

It is an important and devastating matter that has proved for  the subcontinent people on regularly basis. Now the technology is very easy and help to find out the weather forecast and climatic precondition as  well as measure the EIA( Environmental Impact Assessment). GIS and Remote sensing is such type of power full tools  to help us to make management plan in all aspects and world wide know to as a best technique in environmental field.

In the coming days most of the people are  being with us of Environmental education and hope to be more aware in this come forwarded good initiative.  

3. Setting our priorities straight

If an opinion poll to identify the top priority issues for the 21st century were conducted among ordinary citizens of
Bangladesh, it is unlikely that the environment would top the list (Khalequzzaman, 1999). This is to be expected,
given the low level of environmental awareness and the minimal level of environmental education available to
people through schools and other institutions. I argue however that improvement of the state of the Bangladesh
environment through environmental education is a pre-requisite for prosperous economic development. See for
example the lack of educational policy in the Bangladesh Profile for the Johannesburg Summit, 2002 (United
Nations, 2002). Only a better balance between environmental stewardship and economic development can guarantee
a sustainable future and the well being of the country in the 21st century. The challenges of environmental issues in
Bangladesh and the urgent need for sustainable development options require the development of environmental
expertise capable of research, implementation and community education. This is only possible through effective
environmental education programs.

4. Importance of Environmental Education in Bangladesh

Environmental education is necessary not only to develop expertise which can contribute to policy making, but
also to create a civil society which demands environmental accountability of its government and works with
government in implementation. Government can easily draft and revise national plans for environment and
sustainable development, using local or imported expertise. The far greater challenge is to effectively integrate
communication and education both for the short and longer term outcomes. The general aim of environmental
education and communication is to encourage and empower the community to conserve the integrity and diversity of
nature, and to ensure that natural resources are used in an equitable and ecologically sustainable manner. Education
is commonly perceived as a one-way flow of information, usually in educational institutions, especially schools.
However, environmental education can be two-way communication with full participation and learning by people of
all ages. The educational process itself becomes sustainable when the participants take responsibility and lead the
process themselves. Environmental education should not be confined to schools, but is an important tool for
managers, civil servants, community groups and NGOs alike, enabling them to implement policies to protect the
environment (Van Hemert et al., 1995).

5. Existing Environmental Education Policies in Bangladesh

The Bangladesh government has several policy statements advocating widespread environmental education, but
there has never been a specific government policy for environmental education nor environmental professions in
Bangladesh. The Fourth Five Year Plan for Bangladesh (1996) states that “Environmental Education would be
imparted to the teachers and students at all levels of education and specific measures must be undertaken to ensure
participation of women at every level of education.” Furthermore, the Environment Policy, 1992 contains the
following specific statements on environmental education and public awareness:

• Eradicate illiteracy and create widespread mass awareness regarding protection of the environment and
utilisation of all national resources in a sustainable and environmentally sound manner.
• Ensure inclusion and dissemination of environmental knowledge and information in the formal and nonformal
systems of education and the media.
• Encourage spontaneous and active participation of people in all environmental activities.
• Incorporate environmental issues in all training programs for public and private sector officials and
employees including industrial and commercial workers.
• Encourage necessary research and evolve technology so as to ensure long term, sustainable and
environmentally sound utilisation of all resources.
• Ensure that environmental issues get due consideration in all research activities by research and
development institutions.
What is lacking in current government policy are clear goals and strategies for environmental education.

6. Present Status of Environmental Education in Bangladesh

Education services in Bangladesh fail to adequately service demand, due both to a growing population and limited
funding. Access to education has not increased relative to demand, even though levels of enrolment have increased
at the primary (Years 1-5), secondary (Years 6-10), college (Years 11-12) and university levels (Table 1). The
literacy rate in Bangladesh is 45.1% of the population (BBS, 1997). Literacy rates vary between urban centres
(57.7%) to rural areas (39.1%) and marked differences in are found between the sexes (Male 48.2% and female
39.6%) (BBS, 1997). Low levels of literacy impede dissemination and understanding of information on
environmental issues.


« on: May 23, 2010, 05:24:14 PM »
That,s seems to be good offer

Sunny it is not full E -book it is only a preface of a book so when you will write or provide any information prior you must have to visit the site and know the in depth text if really relevant or not. You know It is very easy to collect  Thousand and Thousand such type preface  books list that is only use for  information and sealing technique with lucrative offer. If you are aware you will be know lot of site in the world have rented on annual fixed term basis. DIU have  some rented site that,s why every day we are able to download different types of E-book from rewound publisher and day by day enrich our library.

So better you must have to visit our university library  than you will find how much books are there for better and proper knowledge your first duty is to follow the direction of teacher and then collect the reference book for reading other wise any matter wouldn't be clear.

Thanks for seeking knowledge.   

REHAB says its members construct 7000-10,000 flats a year while other non-member realtors account for another 3,000 apartments being built annually. -The Financial( Exactly right)

According to information all country leader have realized the facts  so every day if you look you will get new new ideas that you may execute with your practical thought.

Just for read

The State of the Bangladesh Environment

For a long time, Bangladesh had a primarily traditional, pre-industrial economy. Despite their low productivity, an important virtue of traditional methods of production is that they are less polluting and more environmentally sustainable. To achieve higher productivity and growth, Bangladesh has for two decades striven toward industrialisation. However existing industries tends to be environmentally damaging. The early industrialising countries (EIC), now in their post-industrial phase, are trying to repair the damage done to their environments and turning to environmental sustainability. Even newly industrialising countries (NIC) experience the polluting potential of industrialisation. Hence, as Bangladesh proceeds towards industrialisation, she needs to beware of the environmental impacts of industrial growth. There are several reasons why Bangladesh in particular needs to exercise particular care with industrialisation and why her citizens need greater knowledge of environment.

(a) Fragile ecology of Bangladesh: Bangladesh is primarily a delta. The entire country is inter-connected through river systems and underground aquifers. For a considerable part of the year the land remains wet. This aqueous environment makes it very easy for pollutants to disperse in Bangladesh. The flora and fauna of the country are delicate. It is very easy to damage and destroy Bangladesh’s ecological balance.

(b) Extreme Population Density: Of all countries of the world, Bangladesh has the highest density of population, some small city-states excepted. Bangladesh’s population density is already fifty times higher than that of the US and six times higher than that of China. With such extremely high density, any contagion arising in Bangladesh is sure to very rapidly affect millions of people. High population density also leaves very little open space and uninhabited terrain to cushion against environmental stress or shocks. Human induced pollution loads are already close to or exceed that assimilative capacity of the environment. The high and increasing population density is itself a direct cause of environmental degradation (Khalequzzaman, 1999).

(c) Importance of Foreign Capital: In it’s industrialisation efforts, Bangladesh relies heavily on foreign capital. Foreign companies, generally in footloose industries like garment and footwear manufacture, do not usually have a long-term stake in Bangladesh’s well being. They are more likely to be guided by short term profit goals. This increases the possibility of them making environmentally risky or damaging decisions. In 1997 an accident in a Magurchara1 gas exploration test well operated by an international oil company caused widespread damage when wildfire spread into surrounding forest (Feeroz and Islam, 2000). As Bangladesh prepares to set up export processing zones all around the country and to issue mining leases for further inland and offshore exploration by foreign oil and gas companies, potential risk to Bangladesh’s environment is likely to increase. For example, recently earth tremors have increased in the Chittagong-Rangamati region. It is alleged that large-scale mining exploration activities are contributing to geological instability in the area2.

(d) Mass Poverty and Illiteracy: Widespread poverty and illiteracy among the majority of people in Bangladesh increases the country’s susceptibility to environmental damage. The general populace of Bangladesh is overwhelmingly preoccupied with meeting their basic material needs. Therefore they have little time or energy for concern about environmental amenities. High levels of illiteracy aggravate this problem, because illiteracy reduces the communication of complex information and acts as a barrier for them accumulate knowledge to understand the absence of popular protest, parties who pollute or damage the environment virtually have an open field.
All these factors lead to these conclusions:

   â€¢ Bangladesh is particularly vulnerable to environmental damage.
   â€¢ The only way Bangladesh can avoid environmental disaster is by through a strong and united, broad-based environment movement. This can only arise through mass environmental education and the emergence of local Bangladeshi expertise in appropriate and sustainable development.

How to build such a movement? First, the people of Bangladesh need to agree to the priority of environmental concerns and commence tackling them with the resources available, while also developing an effective, long term education and public awareness strategy.


Sports Zone / Re: Meeting in DIU Sports Club
« on: May 09, 2010, 12:52:49 AM »
Mr. Ansari see the date that was in last year. Already formed the committee and run the sports club activities smoothly. If you look you will get lot of flavor ie Inter university cricket, inter department cricket, Indoor games and foot ball e.t.c . keep yr eyes sports club will arrange all sports yearly calender basis specially emphasize on semester gape.


you appropriately said we should start from Environmental education than we will asses the Environmental Impact.
keep eyes your clarification will be clear. I also read this article but that thought was made by global aspects . This is true we are in face of sever disaster situation and have made the climatic disorder that reflection is visible. 


Sustainability is now one of the most widely used words in scientific communities and its associated education
systems, particularly in the field of Environmental Science (Filho, 2000). Knowledge, either traditional or institutionalised from formal education, is an essential prerequisite to attainment of sustainability in human society
and endeavor. The concern with sustainability itself is partly a product of the integration of ecology into the basic
science curriculum of schools in industrialised countries for the last 30 years. The existing information, education
and mobilisation processes have also an important role in the evolution of environmental management around the
world (Romero, 1995). Universities and other equivalent institutions play a leading role in promoting of
environmental ethics and the principles sustainable development (Delakowitz and Hoffmann, 2000). According to
Filho, “…universities must give future generations education and training that will teach them, and through them,
others to respect the great harmonies of their natural environment and of life itself (Filho et al., 1996)”. At a
practical level, environmental education (EE) can play a key role in creating awareness and motivation that change
people’s skills, values and behavior in society.

In Bangladesh, environmental education is a recent phenomenon particularly in the formal higher education sector
where few universities teach environmental studies. Recently popular environmental movements have heightened
awareness of environmental issues, as well as the need for education and skilled environmental management in
Bangladesh. Popular environmental movements have sprung up involving many sectors of society including
academics, various professional groups, the general public, many foreign Bangladeshis, government departments
and various non-government organisations (for example, Bangladesh Poribesh Andolon (BAPA) or Bangladesh
Environment Campaign). Since 1995 they have provided a common platform of pro-environmental forces in Bangladesh. To date, this force has been very successful in drawing national attention to a range of environmental

Current environmental education and environmental management issues of Bangladesh. It also discusses need for environmental education, practices and future possibilities for employment for environmental graduates from Bangladesh. Finally the paper recommends a policy framework for sustainable environmental education and its deployment in sustainable environmental management in Bangladesh.


Thanks Ansari

Thanks  for reviewing the thought .

Real Estate / Satellite city Project implementation out line
« on: May 02, 2010, 11:37:14 PM »
Satellite city Project implementation out line

This is common intervention owing to know the project development method if need to be a good prospective and out come of the project we must develop the guide line which is badly needed for implementation including comprehensive decision –support from the earlier stage of development of constructive procedure.

I. Initial Development Services
       A. Project-Needs Analysis
       B. Master Planning
       C. Site Planning
       D. Feasibility Studies
       E. Master Project Schedule
       F. Master Project Budget
       G. Financial Planning
       H. Architect/Engineer Consultant Team Selection
II: Design Phase
       A. Consultant Agreements and Invoices
       B. Programming
       C. Schematic Design
       D. Design Development
       E. Schedule
       F. Budget
       G. Quality Control
       H. Value Engineering
       I. Final Drawings
       J. Regulatory Approvals
       K. Building Permits
       L. Site Development
III. Construction Phase
       A. Documents & General Contractor Selection
       B. Construction Documents
       C. General Contractor Selection
       D. Agreements and Invoices
       E. Bid Package Preparation and Review
       F. Notice to Proceed
IV. Development Services
       A. Pre-construction Meeting
       B. Job Site Meetings
       C. Change Orders
       D. Site Conditions
       E. Schedule
       F. Budget
       G. Quality of Work
       H. Materials Testing Program
       I. Contractor Negotiations and Invoices
       J. Project Cost Reports
V: Project Close-Out & Move-In
       A. Completion of Final Punch List
       B. Regulatory Inspections
       C. Certificate of Occupancy
       D. Close-out Documents
       E. Moving Company Selection
       F. Move Planning and Meetings
       G. Move-in


Real Estate / Re: Satellite city project guide line
« on: April 24, 2010, 05:48:52 PM »
Here is some important key word of project planning which is frequently uses in real estate project management system as well as students must know the definition while they are going to initiating any project. It’s a common feature to work out the plan implementation procedure and necessary preparation on assign project base work. Its such an important delegation tools for all student of BRE, preliminary preparation and finalize the work schedule to make a higher order project building scheme. This short guide line will help to introduce individual project builders.

Guide line of project planning

•   Project Justification
•   Cost/Benefit Analysis
•   Baseline Measurements
•   Project Planning and detail area survey

a. Select and prepare team

b)Risks and Mitigation Strategies
i) . Risk Identification
ii). Risk Review
iii). Risk Analysis
iv). Mitigation
•   Develop a Project Plan
•   Analyze Requirements
•   Current Work flow Diagram
•   Architecture and land use Overview
•   Infrastructure Review
•   Vendor Selection
•   Review Committee
•   Vendor Presentations
•   Analyze Vendor Packages
•   Pilot Test Findings and
•   Best Practices


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