[Originally I wrote it for Dhaka Courier] The Journey from Mojammel to ‘Mojo Mama’ Let’s face it, people don’t turn into millionaires overnight as depicted in the Bollywood-esque Hollywood movies (and one of them even ended up winning the best… Read More ›
Admission Woes – 2012: Medical Colleges in Bangladesh Prescribe Decapitation for Headache
by Adnan Firoze Official link: http://www.dhakacourier.com.bd/?p=7557 It is that time of the year again – the time when all hell will break loose in the war for undergraduate admissions in well reputed universities across the country. Tons have been written… Read More ›
Library and Formal Education: Friends or Foes?
Original Article: http://www.dhakacourier.com.bd/?p=5630 In 1912, Promoth Choudhury – the acclaimed writer, critic and close acquaintance of Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore said, “Libraries are more important to the education system than the institutions such as schools, colleges and universities.” Many contemporary… Read More ›
Abolishment of Grading – an Appeal of Time
This is something I wrote for Melissa in 2007 for English 105. hahaha. When a child steps into his first grade in school or nursery, he/she embarks upon a journey which apparently seems exciting to him/her. As long as… Read More ›