Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Important General Knowledge for Bank, BCS and PSC Recruitment Exams (Part 5)

Important General Knowledge for Bank, BCS and PSC Recruitment Exams are Given Below:

1. Who was the announcer of the budget of Bangladesh for fiscal year 2012-2013? Answer:  Finance Minister.
2. Stock market or our country is directly regulated by. Answer: Securities and Exchange Commission
3. What is the name of the organization which is working around the world against corruption? Answer: Transparency International.
4. Which is the largest district in Bangladesh? Answer: Rangamati
5. Who is the writer of our national anthem? Answer: Rabindra Nath Tagore
6. The first mountaineer from Bangladesh who climbed Everest is? Answer: Musa Ibrahim.
7. Wow many bones are there in human body? Answer: 206
8. Which creature is primarily responsible for carrying and transmitting nipa virus in human body? Answer: Bat

Monday, September 15, 2014

The Role of Youth in Building a Modern Society

The youth can play an advanced and prior role in building a modern society by contributing to education, culture, leadership raising awareness among the people and so on. Education is the first condition for a modern society. Since young age is the appropriate period for receiving education and students have several vacations during this period, the young can easily be educated and thy can also make the best use of their vacations and leisure time in educating the illiterate. 

Again culture, not prejudices, is an important symbol of a modern society. The young can spontaneously practice the social culture and arrange several cultural programmes. In this regard, people should be liberal minded and there is no doubt that youths usually become liberal and can make people liberal for the well-being of a modern society. A modern society never be built without a good leadership and it generally comes from the young generation. 

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Role of Mobile Phone in Our Daily Life

Mobile phones are also known as lifesavers as they can help people in emergencies. If you get stuck in the middle of the road and find no one for help, you can just use a mobile phone and call for help. Mobile phones are comfortable way of communication over a long distance. Along with the obvious convenience and quick access to help in emergencies big and small, mobile phones can be both economical and essential for travelers trying to stay connected.

In Japan, mobile phone companies provide immediate notification of earthquakes and other natural disasters to their customers free of charge. In the event of an emergency, disaster response crews can locate trapped or injured people using the signals from their mobile phones or the small detonator of flare in the battery of every cell phone; an interactive menu accessible through the phone’s internet browser notifies the company if the users is safe or in distress.

English Short Notes for Bank Recruitment Exams (Part 4)

Corruption: Corruption means adoption unfair means for achieving personal gain by the people, especially people in power. It is a social malady. Corruption is becoming unbridled day by day. People become corrupted mainly out of greed for money, wealth and power. There is hardly any sphere of daily life where there is no practice of corruption. Businessman, lawyers, doctors, service holders, politicians, engineers and teachers are not free from corruption. Corruption has a cancerous effect on our society. It is worse than a prostitute. Because a prostitute destroys the very fibre of the character of an individual where as corruption destroys the very fibre of the character of a society.  Although it is not easy to root our corruption, steps should be taken immediately to stop it. The mass media can play a significant role in this regard. The common people of the country should also raise their voice against corruption. Anti corruption commission has been working hard to root out corruption from all spheres of life. But its success depends on the willingness of the government to let it work independently and give it all types of support it needs.

Quality of Education in the Private Universities

Universities play an important role for the intellectual development of a nation. There are lots of public, private and specialized universities that offer higher education in Bangladesh. Alongside public, specialized and private universities play very crucial role in the field of higher education. Private universities are the universities not operated by government, although many receive tax breaks, public student loans and grants. 

Private universities in Bangladesh came into existence after institution of the private university Act 1992. These universities follow an open credit system. Since the enactment of private university Act of 1992, there has been an astonishing expansion of private universities in Bangladesh. While in the year 2000 the number of private university in Bangladesh was 17, today it has reached a total of 77. Obviously, this growth rate needs to be constructed in terms of quality of higher education these universities provide. In the developed countries, private universities play a vital role in the growth of education, research and scholarship along with public universities.