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Be Alert / Road in-front of us
« on: June 03, 2010, 11:48:52 PM »
Today me & my friends drinking tea just outside of our varsity. Bus & car moving fast on the road. Daily many students cross this road. We are watching some of our student trying to cross the road but they can't. The road was traffic free & the driver driving desperately. Everyday we read about road accident in news paper. Recently a BUET student dies in road accident. It's quite intolerable & unexpected death.

We should think & care about this. We must keep save the road. Why we don't take step about it? At least speed breaker can help us. We should not wait for a single day more. We can also discuss with the traffic police to be more concern about their duty in-front of our varsity.

I don't want any die of dream.


Library of DIU / Re: More access
« on: May 31, 2010, 03:51:33 PM »
Dear Sir

Thank you for your comments. If our principals is follow & copy others then it is fine. But all change will comes from Dhaka University or from USA, it is not mandatory. We can show new system, we can introduce new way & we belief it very much positively. So, positive change could start from Daffodil International University. No one have right to clam us for our positive work. Our main principal should be the student demand, of course not the others principals.

Thank you to appreciate me.

Library of DIU / More access
« on: May 29, 2010, 10:44:08 PM »
I am very proud for our library. We have a very rich collection. The environment is very friendly & helpful. Some times it becomes over crowded, especially during the mid term & Semester final exam time. Our main resource of study is our library of course. Some of our courses involve us with three or more books & it's not as a reference book but as a mandatory. This example would be very perfect that is in mathematics there are many rules, lot of books & many things to learn & practice. It would be very helpful for the student, if they consider carrying the books in home within the rules. I think our student will cooperate with the rules & not misuse this opportunity. I have a request to our library team to arrange a quiz on daily newspaper. It would be once in a semester. It will be great & more students will be interested to move to library door.  

Kazi Shahin
Computer Science & Engineering  Department.

Thank you Shaharia

It is a big fact.

Why not you are focusing our potentiality? The non  frustrated students should help the frustrated students.

HRDI / Re: English Department Workshop
« on: October 07, 2009, 02:01:09 AM »
Respectable all Sir,
Take my Salam. I have some que to very very favourite sir mr Yousuf sir. How the benefit of your workshop find the student? Do you got any report from your workshop Teacher? After finished the workshop what's the outcome?
If I have ask any wrong, I beg forgiveness to all my honorable teacher.

HRDI / Re: Joe's Goals - Free Online Habit tracker tools
« on: July 25, 2009, 01:53:32 PM »
Thnx, Mr. Azam. It'a great idea to judge myself.

Thnx Brother
Me & my frnd will try with ur best knowledge. Brother u set a good example for us. finally thanx for ur usefull suggestion.

HRDI / A Lesson In Love
« on: July 10, 2009, 01:26:27 PM »
A Lesson In Love
I watched intently as my little brother was caught in the act. He sat in the corner of the living room, a pen in one hand and my father's brand-new hymnbook in the other.
As my father walked into the room, my brother cowered slightly; he sensed that he had done something wrong. From a distance I could see that he had opened my father's new hymnal and scribbled in it the length and breadth of the first page with a pen. Now, staring at my father fearfully, he and I both waited for his punishment. And as we waited, there was no way we could have known that our father was about to teach us deep and lasting lessons about life and family, lessons that continue to become even clearer through the years.
My father picked up his prized hymnal, looked at it carefully, and then sat down, without saying a word. Books were precious to him; he was a clergyman and the holder of several degrees. For him, books were knowledge, and yet he loved his children. What he did next was remarkable. Instead of punishing my brother, instead of scolding or yelling or reprimanding, he sat down, took the pen from my brother's hand, and then wrote in the book himself, alongside the scribbles John had made: John's work, 1959, age 2. How many times have I looked into your beautiful face and into your warm, alert eyes looking up at me and thanked God for the one who has now scribbled in my new hymnal. You have made the book sacred, as have your brothers and sister to so much of my life.
"Wow," I thought. "This is punishment?"
The years and the books came and went. Our family experienced what all families go through and perhaps a little bit more: triumph and tragedy, prosperity and loss, laughter and tears. We gained grandchildren, we lost a son. We always knew our parents loved us and that one of the proofs of their love was the hymnal by the piano. From time to time we would open it, look at the scribbles, read my father's expression of love, and feel uplifted.
Now I know that through this simple act my father taught us how every event in life has a positive side - if we are prepared to look at it from another angle - and how precious it is when our lives are touched by little hands. But he also taught us about what really matters in life: people, not objects; tolerance, not judgment; love, not anger. Now I, too, am a father, and, like my dad, a clergyman and holder of degrees. But unlike my father, I do not wait for my daughters to secretly take books from my bookshelf and scribble in them. From time to time I take one down - not just a cheap paperback but a book that I know I will have for many years to come, and I give it to one of my children to scribble or write their names in. And as I look at their artwork, I think about my father, the lessons he taught me, the love he has for us and which I have for my children - love that is at the very heart of a family.
I think about these things and I smile. Then I whisper, "Thank you, Dad."

First thnx for ur comments.  Mind map, ohhh it's amazing!!! I will help you with my best of knowldge on mind map. I love to do mind map hardly. u & everybody always welcome.

Thnx Shaharia. Would u kindly explain more about MIND MAP with some example & how u comes to benefited about this exclusive system. Especially I am very hopeful about mind mapping, it's a very useful process to express or explain an IDEA! Hope u do.

HRDI / Self Development workshop on "YOU"
« on: July 09, 2009, 08:50:46 PM »
All About You!
Yousuf M Islam, PhD

Have you ever asked yourself?
   Do I like myself?
   Is there anybody exactly the same as me?
   Is there anything different about me?
   What makes me different?
   Who am I?

What does this Imply?
   You are unique!
   Some qualities make you unique!
   You are important to your Creator!
   He has given you Sight, Hearing, Feelings, Abilities and Intelligence
   He has made you beautiful!
   He has made you different!

However, there is Problem!
   These are all potential abilities …
   Empty brains …
   Huge capacity …
   You can become this beautiful person only if you want to!!!
   The responsibility for developing yourself is your own!

Are you worth Developing?
   Would you like to be different?
   Would you like people to respect you?
   Would you like people to grateful to you?
   What response would you like from your potential
–   Employer?
–   Customers?
–   Father-in-law?
What do you need to do?
   How can you be the best that only you can be?
   How can you develop the tremendous potential that you have been given?
   How can you become the beautiful person that you have been created?
Examine your Mind!
Plot YOUR own future!
What will make me/you happy?

HRDI / Re: Do It Now!
« on: July 09, 2009, 08:34:18 PM »
Respectable Sir, Take my Salam. Your Appreciate gives me more courage. You often set good example  for all & especially for me. With my best knowledge I'll talk with the class.

HRDI / Do It Now!
« on: July 09, 2009, 02:11:34 AM »
                                                             Do It Now!

In a class I teach for adults, I recently did the "unpardonable." I gave the class homework! The assignment was to "go to someone you love within the next week and tell them you love them. It has to be someone you have never said those words to before or at least haven't shared those words with for a long time."
Now that doesn't sound like a very tough assignment, until you stop to realized that most of the men in that group were over 35 and were raised in the generation of men that were taught that expressing emotions is not "macho." Showing feelings or crying (heaven forbid!) was just not done. So this was a very threatening assignment for some.
At the beginning of our next class, I asked if someone wanted to share what happened when they told someone they loved them. I fully expected one of the women to volunteer, as was usually the case, but on this evening one of the men raised his hand. He appeared quite moved and a bit shaken.
As he unfolded out of his chair (all 6'2" of him), he began by saying, "Dennis, I was quite angry with you last week when you gave us this assignment. I didn't feel that I had anyone to say those words to, and besides, who were you to tell me to do something that personal? But as I began driving home my conscience started talking to me. It was telling me that I knew exactly who I needed to say 'I love you' to. You see, five years ago, my father and I had a vicious disagreement and really never resolved it since that time. We avoided seeing each other unless we absolutely had to at Christmas or other family gatherings. But even then, we hardly spoke to each other. So, last Tuesday by the time I got home I had convinced myself I was going to tell my father I loved him.
"It's weird, but just making that decision seemed to lift a heavy load off my chest.
"When I got home, I rushed into the house to tell my wife what I was going to do. She was already in bed, but I woke her up anyway. When I told her, she didn't just get out of bed, she catapulted out and hugged my, and for the first time in our married life she saw me cry. We stayed up half the night drinking coffee and talking. It was great!
"The next morning I was up bright and early. I was so excited I could hardly sleep. I got to the office early and accomplished more in two hours than I had the whole day before.
"At 9:00 I called my dad to see if could come over after work. When he answered the phone, I just said, 'Dad, can I come over after work tonight? I have something to tell you.' My dad responded with a grumpy, 'Now what?' I assured him it wouldn't take long, so he finally agreed.
"At 5:30, I was at my parents' house ringing the doorbell, praying that Dad would answer the door. I was afraid if Mom answered that I would chicken out and tell her instead. But as luck would have it, Dad did answer the door.
"I didn't waste any time - I took one step in the door and said, 'Dad, I just came over to tell you that I love you.'
"It was as if a transformation came over my dad. Before my eyes his face softened, the wrinkles seemed to disappear and he began to cry. He reached out and hugged me and said, 'I love you too, son, but I've never been able to say it.'
"It was such a precious moment I didn't want to move. Mom walked by with tears in her eyes. I just waved and blew her a kiss. Dad and I hugged for a moment longer and then I left. I hadn't felt that great in a long time.
"But that's not even my point. Two days after that visit, my dad, who had heart problems, but didn't tell me, had an attack and ended up in the hospital, unconscious. I don't know if he'll make it.
"So my message to all of you in this is: Don't wait to do the things you know need to be done. What if I had waited to tell my dad - maybe I will never get the chance again! Take the time to do what you need to do and do it now!"

HRDI / Self Development workshop on Time management
« on: July 09, 2009, 01:54:52 AM »
Often we say " I have no time" but where our time gone. come & see how you can handle your time.

HRDI / Re: In Honour of Women and Relationships - by Yusuf M Islam
« on: July 09, 2009, 01:48:32 AM »
Kazi shahin. CSE, l1t1. When I have read the topic, I am just thinking the problem happening in our daily life. Nobody is ready to show their  respect to the Perfect person. If everybody live with their own way, it must be conflicted & I think it's just happening. We think what we know it's the rite way but is it?

It's needless to mention about the quality topic.

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