5 Apps Every Student’s Android Phone Should Have

Are you a student? If yes, then most certainly you are having some tough time to manage your daily schedules. For example, you might find difficulty in planning your homework, preparing your assignments, setting up goals, making a budget of your money and much more issues of your student life. Honestly speaking you are not …

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7 Best Crafting and DIY Tutorial Apps

DIY Tutorial Apps

Everybody wants to avail their free time in the best possible manner. Using your phone, now you can learn new techniques to make handicrafts and earn money by selling those items. Following is the list of some exciting apps which helps you in improving your lifestyle by learning new tips and tricks. 1. SnapGuide (iOS, …

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How To Write A Beautiful Article Within 10 Minutes

How To Write A Beautiful Article Within 10 Minutes

A writer writes for his passion and to present information, ideas, messages or solution of a specific problem. Frankly speaking, when it comes to writing an article by maintaining time duration, it is really hard to perform the job better within the specific period. Because it is writing which needs to special care of the …

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Natural Gas Security in Bangladesh

Natural-Gas

Bangladesh is not well endowed with conventional sources of energy. The commercial source of energies is coal, peat, oil, hydropower and natural gas. The trend of commercial energy consumption over the last ten years suggests that 75 percent of Bangladesh’s total commercial energy was provided by natural gas, with the remainder almost entirely provided by …

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Utilization of Natural Resources of Bangladesh

Rabindra-Kachari-Bari

Nature has provided bountiful resources surrounding us for the sustenance of a better life. Thus, any part of our natural environment, Such as land, water, air, minerals, forest, grassland, wildlife, fish or even human being that can be utilized to promote the welfare of mankind, may be considered as Natural Resources. These resources along with …

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Preserving Forest Resources of Bangladesh

Forest Resources of Bangladesh

Once there was a time when most of our country was covered with forest. The chroniclers of the day or even people would believe that woodlands were too vast to be depleted. But today, a limitless supply of trees has shrunk to an alarming level, threatening the country’s economy as well as the ecological balance. …

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Grameen Bank – Pioneer of Poverty Alleviation in Bangladesh

Grameen-Bank

Introduction The Grameen Bank (GB) is a rural bank in Bangladesh. It provides credit to the rural poor, particularly women who own less than half an acre of land or whose assets do not exceed the value of one acre of land. Unlike traditional commercial bank loans, Grameen Bank loans need not be secured by …

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Microcredit – A Staircase to Development

Microcredit–A-Staircase

Introduction Money begets money. Adam Smith in his famous book Wealth of Nations said, “When you have got a little, it is often easy to get more. The great difficult thing is to get that little.” Microcredit is a small size of the loan that is given to the poor for self-employment. Microcredit through institutional …

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The Role of NGO in Rural Development of Bangladesh

NGO Bangladesh

Introduction Bangladesh has been perhaps the most important heart on the globe for NGOs (Non-Government Organizations). Some estimates place the number of NGOs in Bangladesh above 20,000. There are many types of NGOs in the country, but most focus on development or poverty alleviation. Bangladesh is the birthplace of the microcredit NGO, namely the Grameen …

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Rural Development in Bangladesh

Bangladesh Rural Development

Introduction: Efforts for rural development in Bangladesh are not new. However, massive and determined efforts have been made after the liberation of Bangladesh to improve the condition of the rural lives. A good number of government departments, semi-government, and autonomous agencies including NGOs are functional in the field. Millions of taka are being spent every …

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