To What Extent Is Social Media Effective in Formal Education? By Prof Dr Munaz Ahmed Noor | Last Updated: 16th November, 2019, 18:29

Most of the users of social media are keen to share their knowledge with others, writes Prof Dr Munaz Ahmed Noor

To What Extent Is Social Media Effective in Formal Education?

Incentive Helps Increase Remittance Inflow Incentive Helps Increase Remittance Inflow

The present decision of ‘incentive’ of our government would be a milestone in the history of remittance, writes A. K. M. Atiqur Rahman


Of Crimes and Bloodshed Of Crimes and Bloodshed

The month of November is one the most depressing months in the annuls of our history in the whole year, writes Anwar A. Khan


Lessons from Cyclone ‘Bulbul’: Views from the Ground Lessons from Cyclone ‘Bulbul’: Views from the Ground

During cyclonic storms, taking shelter at safe, designated buildings is the ultimate preparedness measure, writes Mohammed Norul Alam Raju


Who Is to Blame for Nayeemul Abrar’s Death? Who Is to Blame for Nayeemul Abrar’s Death?

A death becomes tragic only if there are tragic elements in the way it all happens there, writes Sakib Hasan


Hope for Quick Rohingya Repatriation Hope for Quick Rohingya Repatriation

Bangladesh believes in peaceful resolution of the Rohingya crisis, writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman


Prospects and Potentials of Cricket in Bangladesh Prospects and Potentials of Cricket in Bangladesh

The Indian subcontinent is a very fertile land of cricket as out of 10 test playing countries four countries belong to this subcontinent, writes Pranab Kumar Panday

 


Innovative Public Service Delivery: Bangladesh – a Role Model Innovative Public Service Delivery: Bangladesh – a Role Model

Countries across the world are seeking better ways and means to deliver public services to their citizens, writes Bappy Rahman


Expectation from Upcoming UN Climate Conference Expectation from Upcoming UN Climate Conference

It is high time to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and take climate action in all aspects, writes A S M Marjan Nur


Global Pharmaceuticals and Our Opportunities Global Pharmaceuticals and Our Opportunities

These factors are contributing to new types of diseases and viruses gradually


When Chancellor’s Appeal Goes Unheeded When Chancellor’s Appeal Goes Unheeded

University admission season in Bangladesh is a nightmare for both parents and students alike, writes Abdul Mannan


For a Migrant-Friendly Recruitment System For a Migrant-Friendly Recruitment System

The issue becomes more complex due to the unawareness or ignorance of our intending migrant workers, writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman

 

 


Nusrat’s Murder Case Verdict Shows the Way Nusrat’s Murder Case Verdict Shows the Way

If the court desires to come to a conclusion of a trail, this could be done at the soonest possible time, writes Pranab Kumar Panday


Role of Family in Moral Development
Role of Family in Moral Development

Fairness is one of the vital moral lessons that children learn from the family, writes Bappy Rahman


Universities in Bangladesh: Question of Quality Education Universities in Bangladesh: Question of Quality Education

The issue of poor governance has come to the forefront in recent times because of some undesirable incidences that occurred in different universities, writes Dr. Akhter Hussain


Secularism in the Context of Bangladesh Secularism in the Context of Bangladesh

There was propaganda against the principle of secularism to undermine Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s Government, writes Farzana Mahmood


Daily Sun: A Shining Star on Earth Daily Sun: A Shining Star on Earth

The daily sun is an epoch making newspaper in publishing simplified and classified news for people of all walks of life, writes Md. Anisur Rahman


For a Solution to Evil Power of Social Networking For a Solution to Evil Power of Social Networking

The terms global warming and climate change are often used interchangeably, but the two phenomena are different


Looming Threats of Climate Change Looming Threats of Climate Change

The terms global warming and climate change are often used interchangeably, but the two phenomena are different, writes Shishir Reza

 

 


Contemporary Politics and Government’s Priority Contemporary Politics and Government’s Priority

Involvement of Jubo League leaders in rampant corruption makes us think about a number of questions, writes Pranab Kumar Panday

 

 


Who does Bangabandhu belong to? Who does Bangabandhu belong to?

The image of Bangabandhu has been used, reused, misused, shaped, reshaped and deshaped in many ways since 1975 after his brutal assassination, writes Jainab Tabassum Banu Sonali

 


Casino: An Atrocious Poison in Bangladesh Casino: An Atrocious Poison in Bangladesh

There’re lots of movies based on gambling where we witnessed about mortgaging wife as a consequence of this game, writes Nazmus Sakib


Unnecessary Tirade against Campus Politics Unnecessary Tirade against Campus Politics

Abrar’s cruel killing is not the result of student politics but its criminalisation, writes Abdul Mannan


Country’s Progress, Prospect and Concerns Country’s Progress, Prospect and Concerns

If we truly love Bangladesh, we must practise tolerance to free thinking, difference of opinion and creative criticism as democratic norms, Professor M. Matiur Rahman


Abrar Killing and Government’s Priority Abrar Killing and Government’s Priority

Higher educational institutions in Bangladesh have a history of beholding violence among different student groups from the past, Pranab Kumar Panday

 

 


Banning Student Politics Is Not a Solution Banning Student Politics Is Not a Solution

Student politics have played a leading role in national political movements in Bangladesh, writes Bappy Rahman


Time to Dream Bigger Time to Dream Bigger

In order to tap the potentials of ICT sector, Bangladesh has made giant strides in various sectors - Md. Farooque Hossain


Admissibility of Digital Evidence in Court Admissibility of Digital Evidence in Court

Digital evidence is probative information stored or transmitted in digital form, writes Rajib Kumar Deb


Road Accidents in Bangladesh and Preventive Measures Road Accidents in Bangladesh and Preventive Measures

A nation-wide awareness campaign should be organised and implemented by the government in collaboration with development organisations, writes Waseef Hussain

 

 


Congratulations, PM Sheikh Hasina! Congratulations, PM Sheikh Hasina!

Under Hasina's reign, women can roar against sexual and physical violence, writes Jainab Tabassum Banu Sonali


A Humane Society: Best Anti-Dot to Communalism A Humane Society: Best Anti-Dot to Communalism

The independence of Bangladesh in 1971 brought an end to the frightful communal tension which Bengalis have tolerated till the last days of Pakistan, writes Farzana Mahmood


Restore ferry ghat discipline Restore ferry ghat discipline

The main reason for breaking the line in this country is the weakness of the administration


All News May Not Be Good News
All News May Not Be Good News

While approximately 46 per cent of university graduates are unemployed in Bangladesh, why do employers need foreigners in their work places, Abdul Mannan


A Citizen’s Humble Request to Honourable PM A Citizen’s Humble Request to Honourable PM

 Corruption has taken a deep root in every sector of the State over the years, writes Sheikh Nahid Neazy


India Needs Us, As We Need India
India Needs Us, As We Need India

Bangladesh has been attaching the highest priority to maintaining its relations with India, writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman

 


Furthering this neighbourhood friendship Furthering this neighbourhood friendship

There is scope for India-Bangladesh ties to move to the next level, based on cooperation, coordination and consolidation


VCs and Vices: A Challenge to the Government VCs and Vices: A Challenge to the Government

Over the last couple of weeks, allegations of corruption and moral turpitude against two VCs of public universities have widely been discussed among the countrymen, writes Pranab Kumar Panday


Long Live Bangladesh-China Ties
Long Live Bangladesh-China Ties

China introduced a centrally planned command economy, writes Bappy Rahman

 

 


Bangladeshi Migrants Promoting Growth and Development Bangladeshi Migrants Promoting Growth and Development

Bangladeshi origin probably can be found in every corner of the globe. Records suggest that migration has been quite common from this part of the world from time immemorial, writes Dr. Akhter Hussain

 

 


Bangladesh’s Renewed Stand on UHC Bangladesh’s Renewed Stand on UHC

Sheikh Hasina has reiterated that she firmly believes that a solid and fortified cooperation among the stake-holding states forms the basis of accelerating the process of attaining the desired objectives of the UHC

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