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Monday, November 18, 2013
Author: Mazharul Islam | Posted at: 7:33 PM | Filed Under: Green University of Bangladesh
Green University Center of Excellence for Teaching and Learning (GUCETL) has organized a two day long (15-16 November) workshop on “Interactive Teaching and Learning at the Tertiary Level: Steps towards Quality & Excellence” at its auditorium on 15 November 2013. A total of 30 Faculty Members from 04 public and 18 private universities participated the workshop. The Vice Chancellor of Green University Prof. Dr. Md. Golam Samdani Fakir inaugurated the workshop on 15 November 2013 and he was the lead facilitator for the workshop. Prof. Professor Dr. Abdur Rab, Vice-Chancellor of Eastern University and Prof. Dr. Iftekhar Ghani Chowdhury, Vice Chancellor of State University of Bangladesh were present in the opening session. Professor Dr. Jamilur Reza Choudhury, Vice Chancellor of University of Asia Pacific, Professor Dr. M. Lutfor Rahman, Vice-Chancellor of Daffodil International University were present as the Chief Guest and Guest of Honor respectively in the closing session.
Some of the sessions of the workshop were facilitated by some eminent educationist. They were Dr. M. Kaykobad, Professor of BUET; Dr. Syed Ferhat Anwar of IBA, DU; Md. Shawkat Kamal, Chairperson of DBA, GUB; Dr. Islam MD. Hashanat, Associate Professor of English, GUB; ASM Shamim Miah, Director of GULC, GUB; Mr. Kh. Atikur Rahman and Ms. Aria Rahman of GUCETL, GUB.
The workshop covered topics like Effective Habits of High Performing Teachers, Creativity and Critical Thinking in Teaching, Managing Student’s Disruptive Behavior: The Role of The Teachers, Teaching Methodology: Teacher Centered vs Learner Centered, Moving Beyond the PowerPoint in Classroom Teaching Learning, Avoiding Plagiarism in Writing, Performance Assessment and Feedback, Discussion on Course Syllabus and Developing Lesson Plan, Micro-Teaching Practices etc. The workshop came to a close with a cultural programme followed by a sumptuous dinner.
Sunday, November 18, 2012
Author: Mazharul Islam | Posted at: 8:37 AM | Filed Under: BIM
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Saturday, September 22, 2012
Author: Mazharul Islam | Posted at: 8:56 AM | Filed Under: Bollywood
The first trailer of Yash Chopra’s film Jab Tak Hai Jaan has got a maddening response from film buffs. There are no dialogues in the trailer and the whole drama plays out against a beautiful, touching poem recited by none other than the King Khan.
Author: Mazharul Islam | Posted at: 8:48 AM | Filed Under: Bollywood
Author: Mazharul Islam | Posted at: 8:44 AM | Filed Under: Bollywood
The physically and mentally challenged have been portrayed as characters that deserve to be either pitied or mocked, but hardly ever simply accepted. Films that were largely successful in integrating this section of the population with the 'normal' one were immediately tagged as arthouse cinema. But with filmmakers and actors looking to challenge themselves, the arclights have now begun to shine on the differently abled.
Barfi! tells the story of the bond between a deaf and mute hero (Ranbir) and an autistic heroine (Priyanka). When he decided to make the film, Basu was sure that he didn't want to sentimentalise the hero. "If you spend time with differently abled people, you will get over the notion that they're unhappy, suffering souls. Please don't pity them. They find happiness in the smallest of things. They celebrate life constantly. It takes normal people much longer to be happy. For me, it was a given from the start: they (the characters) had to be happy."
Barfi! is only the latest in a growing list of Bollywood films that are trying to look at characters with physical disabilities from a different perspective. Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Guzaarish, Black and Khamoshi, Karan Johar and Shah Rukh Khan's My Name Is Khan, Aamir Khan's Taare Zameen Par (TZP), Anupam Kher's Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara and Mani Ratnam's Guru are just a few of the more recent ones that took the stand that the disabled are actually differently abled.
Author: Mazharul Islam | Posted at: 8:39 AM | Filed Under: Others
Tamil Nadu Open University B Ed entrance result 2012 has been declared. The results of both the mediums; Tamil and English has been declared by TNOU Chennai.
With this announcement of TN open university B. Ed results the candidates wait is finally over. Thousands of students from different parts of the state had appeared to secure admission in B ED courses offered by the university.
With the announcements of Tamil Nadu Open University B Ed entrance result 2012 the candidate can dream to become teacher in the state.
As per NCTE guidelines a B. Ed degree is must for Joining as a teacher in India and state of Tamil Nadu.
Newstrackindia.com congratulates the successful candidates of B Ed entrance results 2012.
Author: Mazharul Islam | Posted at: 8:28 AM | Filed Under: Bollywood
Author: Mazharul Islam | Posted at: 8:25 AM | Filed Under: Hollywood
Author: Mazharul Islam | Posted at: 8:18 AM | Filed Under: Technology news
The social media site was warned last year to make widespread changes by the office of the Irish data protection commissioner (DPC), which included tightening its privacy practices and deleting unneeded data sooner.
The DPC carried out an audit on Facebook Ireland (FB-I) as the international headquarters is responsible for millions of users outside the US and Canada.
The internet giant – which went public on the stock market in May – still has to comply with several recommendations in relation to targeted advertising utilising sensitive data, the retention of data on inactive or deactivated accounts, and educating users over settings.
Commissioner Billy Hawkes confirmed that the maximum penalty was a €100,000 court fine if enforcement action had to be taken.
But he stressed he was satisfied the internet giant had made clear commitments to comply with its data protection responsibilities in line with Irish and EU laws.
Author: Mazharul Islam | Posted at: 8:15 AM | Filed Under: Technology news
Citing unnamed supply chain sources, as well as what we’re guessing are some better informed sorts within Samsung, the Korea Times claims that the phone will land in February at the Mobile World Congress.
The handset is apparently set to hit retailers shortly after in March – just nine months after the release of its predecessor.
In news that’s unlikely to surprise anyone on nodding terms with prevailing trends in smartphone upgrades, Samsung’s new kit will purportedly pack a larger five-inch OLED screen – up from the S3’s 4.8-inches - and international 4G LTE support.
An unnamed deepthroat said: “Samsung wants to keep its one-year product schedule and the Galaxy S4 will be the first to match that strategy.
News of Samsung’s plans comes as it recently announced that the S3 has now sold some 20 million units, making it the company’s fastest-selling phone ever.
“The S4 will see some external changes but retain its popular rectangular shape with rounded corner concept.”
Author: Mazharul Islam | Posted at: 8:11 AM | Filed Under: Technology news
The lines of thousands of eager buyers outside Apple stores looked set to make the latest iPhone a huge commercial success for the trend-setting US tech giant. Some analysts say Apple may sell 10 million in just the first days of the launch.
"I`ve been waiting for eight days, I`m so happy right now," said Keenen Thompson, one of the first among several hundred people outside the Apple store on New York`s Fifth Avenue.
The first in line at Montreal`s Apple store was Jonathan Moreau, 28, who said he would replace his iPhone 4s "which I don`t use for work, but just for me." The new model, he said, "is faster, with a better display, a better camera."
At the Apple store in Bethesda, Maryland, Kirsten Mentzer, a university student who came with her sister and parents to get the new gadget, secured the first spot.
"It`s fun to spend time with other Apple friends," she said. "I`ve always been part of the Apple community. My parents raised me on an old MacBook."
Mike Bishop of Bethesda said he was "really excited" about the new iPhone and had been waiting to replace his broken iPhone 4.
Asked if he would consider another phone, Bishop said: "Once you use an iPhone, you don`t go back to any other brand. The main thing is the refinement at every level." Australians were the first to get their hands on the device.
Author: Mazharul Islam | Posted at: 8:05 AM | Filed Under: Dhaka University
Vice-chancellor Professor AAMS Arefin Siddique will officially announce the ending of admission process.
Earlier, the online admission process started on August 26.
The admission test of ‘Ka’ unit will be held on October 12 while ‘Kha’ unit on October 19, ‘Ga’ unit on November 2, ‘Gha’ unit on November 9 and ‘Cha’ unit on November 16.
Author: Mazharul Islam | Posted at: 8:02 AM | Filed Under: Dhaka University
DU Vice-chancellor Professor AAMS Arefin Siddique inaugurated the festival organized by Dhaka University Photographic Society.
Planning Minister AK Khandaker was present at the function while former general secretary of Dhaka University Central Student Union (DUCSU) Mahbub Zaman and photographer Shafiqul Islam Kiran attended the programme as special guests.
Later, a colorful rally was brought out from the TSC premises.
Some 1,000 rising photographers from different schools, colleges and universities are attending the festival.
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