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Study In China From Bangladesh

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There are a number of available scholarships for students who want to study in China.

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Guideline Guide For International Students Applying In China

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The largets scholarship is the Chinese government scholarship which is managed by the China Scholarship Council. The full scholarshiop typically includes all tuition fees, living expenses, accommodation, and some intercity travel. The amount of living expenses depends on whether you are a chinese language student, undergraduate, master’s or PhD student.

You can apply for this scholarship yourself, and to do this you should :
1) register on the China Scholarship Council website
2) fill out all the application documents correctly (any mistakes can cause your application to be rejected)
3) You will then need to find an agency to sponsor your application
4)You will then need to apply and receive the acceptance letter from the University (failing to do this can result in you being assigned to a University by the scholarship committee).

Guide For International Students Applying In China

(for Bangladeshi Students)
Before Arriving in China

Police Clearance
Medical check
(United Hospital)
Embassy Meet & Interview
Requirements for embassy: Visa type “X” Bank statement,cpy of certificates+original, 2 copy photo,invitation latter, jw202,Passport copies + original

Flight Ticket
Airlines/( Flight info)

Ø Currency Exchange
Ø Preparing Belongings
Ø Securing files & Gadgets
After Arriving in China
· Find room/hotel ( if u didn’t get free accommodation)
· Contact university authority ( u may ask them to pick u up)
· University will take ur medical report
· Take resident permit b(temporary & renew in every 11 months)
· Relax & don’t be nervous
· Stay confident & strong
· Try to learn chinese every day in your free time

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Living cost/month depends how you wish to live
Luxary : 50-80 thousand taka per month
Comfort : 15-25 thousand taka
Saver : 5-10 thousand taka

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We can assist you through this process by managing your application and complete each of the step for you. We can do this through our Scholarship application service, which aims to save you time and hassle, and increase your chances of being accepted. We can’t guarantee that you can get awarded a scholarship but we can increase your chance by completing each step as best as possible, giving you immediate feedback, guiding you through the process. If you are not awarded the China Government Scholarship, we will then help you to apply to other scholarships – this includes local Chinese government scholarships such as Beijing city or Shanghai city scholarships, and also scholarships funded by the Universities. If all of these fail we we will then give you the majority our service fee back as a refund (excluding the cost for University application fees). To learn more about our scholarship application service,

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A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality.

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A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality.
Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.


Remember your dreams and fight for them. You must know what you want from life. There is just one thing that makes your dream become impossible: the fear of failure.

A Developing Bangladesh

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Bangladesh is one of the world’s most densely populated countries, with its people crammed into a delta of rivers that empties into the Bay of Bengal.

Poverty is deep and widespread, but Bangladesh has in recent years reduced population growth and improved health and education.

Formerly East Pakistan, Bangladesh came into being only in 1971, when the two parts of Pakistan split after a bitter war which drew in neighbouring India.

Bangladesh spent 15 years under military rule and, although democracy was restored in 1990, the political scene remains volatile.

Islamist extremism has been rising in the usually tolerant country.

The low-lying country is vulnerable to flooding and cyclones, and stands to be badly affected by any rises in sea levels.

Advancement of Technology Helping People in Bangladesh with their Daily Work !

How Development ?

The Awami League has completed four years in office in its second consecutive term. The government is set to step into the fifth and the last year with steering the nation toward achieving significant progress in economy, infrastructure, diplomacy, national security and overall effective development.

Under the dynamic leadership of Sheikh Hasina, Bangladesh last year witnessed stunning successes in infrastructure development, poverty alleviation, power generation, nutrition, maternal and child health, primary education, women empowerment etc.

Bangladesh has been upgraded from low income country to lower middle income country as per World Bank’s classification based on per capita income.The present government has already adopted the 7th Five Year Plan in a bid to build a hunger- and poverty-free Bangladesh.

Bangladesh’s economy posted a GDP (gross domestic product) growth rate of 7.28 per cent, a foreign currency reserve of $32.1 billion, and exports worth $38.50 billion in 2016-17 fiscal year. Per capita income has surged to $1,610 when the inflation was 5.03 per cent in December. Poverty has been slashed from 57 per cent to 22 per cent in less than two decades, while life expectancy increased to 72 years.

The government is working on several mega projects including the Padma Bridge, Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant, the Metro Rail, the Rampal Power Plant, Payra Seaport, Matarbari Power Plant, Padma Bridge Rail Link, and the Dohazari-Cox’s Bazar-Gundum Rail Line, which gathered momentum last year.These mega development projects are well underway and are expected to have significant positive impact for the country.

Digitization of government services and expansion of Bangladesh’s IT economy was a core principle of Awami League’s election manifesto. As part of election campaign, the prime minister launched “Digital Bangladesh Vision 2021,” a plan to fully digitize Bangladesh by 2021. The government’s ‘Digital Bangladesh’ initiative transformed the country now into a modern, knowledge-based society. The country has made remarkable strides in its information technology sector. Bangladesh’s digital breakout is already improving the lives of its people. Around 20% of all government procurements are now being done through e-system. Bangladesh is set to launch its first commercial satellite Bangabandhu-1 in March this year. Also, the government is setting up 28 IT parks and Sheikh Kamal IT Training Centres throughout the country which will help create two million jobs by 2021. The country’s telecom sector has witnessed a robust growth as the total number of mobile phone subscriptions reached 143.106 million at the end of November, 2017, while the total number of internet clients rose to 80.166 Millions.

To bring out poor people from poverty, especially in rural areas, social safety net programmes can play a considerable role. To support the poor and vulnerable, the Government of Bangladesh implements a number of public social safety net programmes. The government expanded the coverage of its safety-net programme and increased allocation for it to provide financial support to 57.67 lakh people helping them come out of poverty.

Bangladesh is now recognised as role model for the fight against militancy. The Sheikh Hasina government has finally resolved to root out terrorism from Bangladesh. After the targeted killing of secularists, foreigners and members of ethnic minority and the deadly Gulshan café attack, a massive anti-militant crackdown was launched. Soon Anti-Terrorism Unit (ATU) of Bangladesh Police will start its journey against militancy and terrorism across the country. The full-fledged unit with advanced technology and arms will work to resist the terrors and radicals outfit organisations and maintain the law and order situation for public safety. However, enforced disappearances are on the rise in Bangladesh. Well, many of them are also returning back willingly. Noted intellectual Farhad Mazhar went missing and later he was found loitering at the New Market in Khulna.

The utility electricity sector in Bangladesh has one National Grid with an installed capacity of 15,379 MW as on February’ 2017. Bangladesh’s energy sector is booming. Recently Bangladesh started construction of 2.4 GW Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant expected to go into operation in 2023. But still the per capita energy consumption in Bangladesh is considered low. As many as 83 per cent people of the country are now getting electricity as Bangladesh’s total electricity generation capacity has reached nearly 16,000 megawatts.

The present government started distributing free textbooks from 2010 academic year. But the leaking of question papers of public examinations has been one of the most talked about issues during the government’s current tenure.

Different media of Britain termed Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina as a ‘Mother of Humanity’ for her humanitarian role on the Rohingya issue. The daily Khaleej Times, the most popular newspaper of United Arab Emirates, also termed the Prime Minister as a ‘New Star’ of the East. Besides, her (Sheikh Hasina) five-point demand at the 72nd United Nations General Assembly on the Rohingya crisis stirred the world community. Academics of renowned universities of the world opined that Sheikh Hasina should be the leader of world peace for her contribution to the establishment of world peace. They described Sheikh Hasina as an ‘ambassador of global peace’ and the ‘main leader of the humanitarian world’ saying that she acted with unprecedented humane instincts for the sake of humanity and tried to mitigate sufferings of the victims of one of the world’s worst persecution happening outside the Bangladesh border.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has been successful in ensuring political stability and providing decisive leadership with bold decisions. In a short span since independence, Bangladesh has proved the sceptics wrong. From an ‘international basket case’ and a ‘test case of development’, Bangladesh has become an example of success. Of course the government has some failures. Inequality in every aspect has always been referred to as a major problem. Still 6.2 per cent families own 40 per cent of the total land in the country. According to Household Income and Expenditure Survey (HIES) 2016, the rich 10 per cent of the population is now having more than 38 per cent income share while the poorest 10 per cent is having only one per cent income share.

Bangladesh has made significant improvements in the fight against corruption in the last decade. But still both political and official corruption is pervasive. According to a senior leader of Awami League, ‘Politicians are behind the half of corruption in Bangladesh. It is the politicians who should be blamed for widespread corruption in Bangladesh. If politicians refrain from corruption, the problem will be reduced by half’. Corruption and harassment also occur at various points of interaction with the judicial system.

Awami League is the oldest and largest political party of Bangladesh. With the founding and operating principles of democracy, nationalism, socialism and secularism, the party has become synonymous with progress, prosperity, development and social justice. Politics of Awami League should be performed for the welfare of common people.

 

 

Visited Shrine Fakir Lalon Shah / Folk music king of Banglaesh & Kushtia Town.

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when you visit Lalon Shrine, you must have to forget plate, spoon, fork for lunch/ dinner, that is because as rule n tradition food is served on banana leaves, and you must have to sit on floor to have lunch, it is a kind of respect to fakir lalon shah.

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Who Is LALON Fakir ???

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Lalon, (Bengali: লালন) also known as Lalon Sain, Lalon Shah, Lalon Fakir or Mahatma Lalon (c. 1772 – 17 October 1890; Bengali: 1 Kartik, 1179), was a prominent Bengali philosopher, Baul saint, mystic, songwriter, social reformer and thinker from Kushtia district of Bangladesh’. Considered as an icon of Bengali culture, Lalon inspired and influenced many poets, social and religious thinkers including Rabindranath Tagore,Kazi Nazrul Islam, and Allen Ginsberg although he “rejected all distinctions of caste and creed”.Widely celebrated as an epitome of religious tolerance, he was also accused of heresy during his lifetime and after his death. In his songs, Lalon envisioned a society where all religions and beliefs would stay in harmony. He founded the institute known as Lalon Akhrah in Cheuriya, about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) from Kushtia railway station. His disciples dwell mostly in Bangladesh and West Bengal. Every year on the occasion of his death anniversary, thousands of his disciples and devotees assemble at Lalon Akhrah, and pay homage to the departed guru through celebration and discussion of his songs and philosophy for three days. In 2004, Lalon was placed at number 12 in the BBC’s poll of the Greatest Bengali of All Time.

Native name লালন
Born c. 1772
Birth place disputed
Died 17 October 1890
Cheuriya, Kushtia, Bangladesh
Resting place Cheuriya, Kushtia, Bangladesh
Other names Baul Shamrat, Mohatma
Title Mahatma/Fakir
Spouse(s) Bishōkha

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Kushtia and its traditional foods

Traditional Foods

 

Guitar lesson 1. E lydian scale 7th position By Shadman Amin Tasin

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E lydian scale 7th position

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