A VILLAGE PRIMARY SCHOOL Introduction: A village primary school gives primary lessons to the children of villages. So it offers a valuable service to society. It is not at all wise to ignore the importance of a village primary school, the deplorable condition of the primary school: Although a village primary school is nowadays organized by the government, it is not run properly.
There are five or six teachers in a village primary school, almost all of them are trained, but in spite of their training, they are not regular and dutiful. They will come and go. So there is no discipline among the students. The school is housed in a tin shed but it has no fencing. It has no rooms for classes. So the students of different classes sit great noise. It is poor in
respect for furniture and teaching equipment. Generally, most of the teachers are local. They do not come to school regularly. They pay more attention to their agriculture and business. ‘ So they fail to give effective teaching in the classroom. Its management: A. village primary school is managed by a managing committee. In most cases, the committee is not found as strong and competent. Changing circumstances: Nowadays things are changing. The
government has been taking steps to develop the village’s primary schools. Textbooks are distributed free of cost. The Food for Education program has been introduced since. This should be encouraged. At present many primary schools have good buildings. The teachers should be more regular, punctual and careful to impart successful teaching in the classrooms. the same room and make a
RICE OR, THE MAIN FOOD-CROP of the BANGLADESHIS
Introduction: Rice is the main food crop of the people of Bangladesh. It is the staple food of the Bangladeshis. We cannot live without it. About half of the people in the world live on Rice What it is: Rice is a seed of a plant called paddy.
We are to order husk paddy in order to get rice where grown: Rice grows in hot countries. Bangladesh is one of the largest producers of rice T requires plain and moist land and heavy rainfall for its growth. A kind of paddy grows in plenty in a place that goes underwater in the rainy season. Bangladesh is a land of this nature that grows in excellent quality here. Rice is also grown in China, Burma, India, Thailand and can use Res en tE and Philippines. Its varietiesKinds:
There are many kinds of rice
But they are of the four types – Aus, Aman Boro, and IRRI. Condition of growth / Sowing season / How & when grown and harvested: Paddy is grown in a hot and humid climate. Plenty of water is essential for the growth of rice. ‘Aus’ is sown in ‘Baisakh’ and reaped in ‘Shraban’ or ‘Bhadra.’ Aman is sown in ‘Ashar’ or ‘Shraban’ and reaped in ‘Agrahayana’ or ‘Paus’. ‘
Boro grows in the spring season and ‘Irri’ grows all year round. How cultivated: The farmer, at first, plows the land and then it is harrowed. The seed is then sown and the green plants grow up and by. The paddy then grows with the plants. When ripe, the paddy is taken out of the straw. How processed: When the paddy is dried in the sun and husked for rice, it is called sunned rice. When the paddy is first boiled and then dried and husked, it is called boiled rice. Usefulness:
We live on rice. Chira, Muri, Khai and many kinds of cakes are made of it. Polao, Khichuri, and Payes are also made of rice. Straw is used as fodder for our cattle and as fuel. Conclusion: Rice is the most popular food crop in Bangladesh. It is produced here in plenty. The people of Bangladesh cannot do without rice even for a day. So steps should be taken for growing more rice