School Magazine

Suppose, your school publishes a school magazine every year. Now, write a paragraph in about 100-120 words about the magazine by answering the following questions:

What is the name of the magazine published by your school and when is it published?

  • Describe its size, volume, and cover.
  • Who are the persons responsible for its publication?
  • What does the magazine contain?
  • How does it benefit the students?
  • How is it published?
  • How do you feel about it?

School Magazine

A School Magazine is an annual or periodical publication of the school mostly written and contributed by students. It is a literary creation of the students. It is a forum through which our juvenile learners can get the opportunity to express their green ideas and sweet imagination of their mind. Our school magazine is entitled as “Ankur’ The school Barshiki.” It is published after Annual Examination, in February or March. Our Headmaster, who is a literary person, is the chief patron of it. We have a magazine committee. One of the students of the magazine committee works as the editor. He is guided by a senior teacher. We also have a magazine fund. The students write for the magazine. The class teachers collect our writings. The committee sorts them and selects the best ones. Our teachers also write for magazines. After selecting, they are sent to press for printing. Our school magazine contains poems, short stories, jokes, one-act plays, riddles, articles, essays, annual reports and other writings relating to school affairs. It also contains messages from important personalities. Our school Magazine is of a standard size having a beautiful covering. Our school magazine is rich in literary composition. It helps young learners and writers to develop their latent (hidden), imaginative faculties. It helps them to develop their power of thinking and writing. In fact, a school magazine can be considered as the first stepping stone for the promising future writer. We are proud of our school magazine.

School Magazine paragraph is written by Jinjeera.

Traffic Jam

Imagine, you were returning home from school one day. On the way, you got stuck in a traffic jam. Now, write a paragraph in about 100-120 words about your experience of the “Traffic Jam” by answering the following questions:-

  • What is a traffic jam?
  • When and where did the traffic jam occur on that day?
  • What did the traffic police do then?
  • Who suffered much?
  • How can this problem be solved?




Traffic Jam

Traffic jam is a long line of vehicles that cannot move or can only move very slowly for there is so much traffic on the road. It is one of the major problems of the towns and cities in our country. Everybody in the city people has to face this unbearable problem. The causes of traffic jam are many. The enormous increase in the number of buses, trucks, rickshaws and other vehicles is responsible for a traffic jam. In proportion to our population, roads have not increased. The density of populations is the main cause of traffic jam. At the office time and at the end of the office time, traffic jam is intolerable. I am a student of laboratory Govt. High School. Last Sunday, I was returning home from school. Then I got stuck in a traffic jam. Our house is at Laxmi Bazar. I am very much familiar with traffic jam. But last Sunday I felt out sort when I was at school. When our school broke. I hired a rickshaw. But when the rickshaw reached near Gulistan, I got stuck in a sea of a traffic jam. The jam was too heavy that it blocked a kilometer. Thirty minutes passed, the rickshaw could not move more than ten meters. I decided to go home on foot, but I was unable that day for my physical condition. I was hungry. It was intolerable for me. I noticed an ambulance carrying a patient trying to move ahead. The traffic police were trying his best to make way for that ambulance. After half an hour he was succeeded. Then he noticed the traffic jam on another side of the road. He tried to clear the road at his best but failed. I could understand how terribly the patients suffer getting stuck in a traffic jam. I can realize how it kills our valuable time and how it hampers our work and how it causes great sufferings to the ambulance carrying dying patients and the fire brigade vehicles. However, this problem can be solved by adopting some measure. Well planned spacious roads should be constructed. One way movement of vehicles should be introduced. Flyovers at the main crossing should be made. Traffic rules should be imposed strictly. Unlicensed vehicles should be removed. The number of rickshaws should reduce. Above all growing public awareness is necessary for removing traffic jam.

If you want to know about Traffic Jam in Dhaka City, you can check Traffic Jam in Dhaka City

Life in Dhaka – Must Read for New Tourist

Life in Dhaka; a must read for new tourist. You must read it if you want to travel Bangladesh and land in Dhaka city. Please read the details below.



At the airport

At the airport, there are taxis, and auto-rickshaws called CNG, but you have to bargain for the fare. They demand three/four times more than the usual fare, even more, when they see foreigners, especially Europeans. Taxicab services have been introduced but many taxis do not use meters and therefore you may be overcharged.


It is difficult to drive in Bangladesh if you have no experience of driving here. Drivers change lanes frequently. As a foreigner, you might find lane-changing without signals quite distressing. Many people do not follow traffic signals. Rickshaws and CNGs move in and out of a zigzag course and try to push through wherever they find some space. Moreover, pedestrians cross over whenever and wherever they wish. All these make driving in Bangladesh a nightmare experience.


Hospitality has long been a part of our culture in Bangladesh. Although many other things are changing now, people are still quite polite and friendly towards foreigners. They like speaking to foreigners even if they have not been introduced. It is quite common for Bangladeshis to ask personal questions about family, jobs, and income which visitors from overseas might find awkward. However, it should be understood that no harm is meant by such question – on the other hand, they express a genuine interest in the foreigner’s state of affairs


There are shops in most localities of small and big towns which sell both local and imported goods. There are some modern shopping centers with large department stores in the big cities while some air-conditioned, self-service shops have also appeared. In the local markets, traditional haggling is still rampant. However, if you are a foreigner, you do not stand a chance to win. Even if you have managed to reduce half the asking price and are feeling very pleased with yourself, chances are that you have probably paid double the normal price.

Transport system

The whole country has a fairly good communication network now. Anybody can travel to most places now by bus or train. The major cities have air links too. Some cities have regular flights, in most cases more than one flight, from and to Dhaka. However, time schedules are not often maintained strictly and there may be disruptions due to unforeseen causes.

Life in Dhaka – Must Read for New Tourist” is self-thought of the author, you can contact author before visiting Dhaka for any kind of help including hotel reservation, tourist guide help.

Admission Test Result for March 2017 MD MS – BSMMU

Admission Test Result  March 2017 BSMMU

For Residency Program March 2017 MD/MS courses in Residency Program under Faculty of Medicine, Surgery, Basic Science & Paraclinical Science and Dentistry.

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MD Papers, Residency Requitements

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Faculty of Basic Science & Para Clinical ScienceMDBiochemistry
Faculty of Basic Science & Para Clinical ScienceMDLaboratory Medicine
Faculty of Basic Science & Para Clinical ScienceMDMicrobiology
Faculty of Basic Science & Para Clinical ScienceMDPathology
Faculty of Basic Science & Para Clinical ScienceMDPharmacology
Faculty of Basic Science & Para Clinical ScienceMDPhysiology
Faculty of Basic Science & Para Clinical ScienceMDVirology
Faculty of Basic Science & Para Clinical ScienceMSAnatomy
Faculty of DentistryMSConservative Dentistry & Endodontics
Faculty of DentistryMSOral and Maxi. Surgery
Faculty of DentistryMSOrthodontics
Faculty of DentistryMSPedodontics
Faculty of DentistryMSProsthodontics
Faculty of MedicineMDCardiology
Faculty of MedicineMDChild & Adolescent Psychiatry
Faculty of MedicineMDDermatology and Venereology
Faculty of MedicineMDEndocrinology and Metabolism
Faculty of MedicineMDGastroenterology
Faculty of MedicineMDHaematology
Faculty of MedicineMDHepatology
Faculty of MedicineMDInternal Medicine
Faculty of MedicineMDMedical Oncology
Faculty of MedicineMDNeonatology
Faculty of MedicineMDNephrology
Faculty of MedicineMDNeurology
Faculty of MedicineMDNuclear Medicine
Faculty of MedicineMDOncology
Faculty of MedicineMDPaediatric Cardiology
Faculty of MedicineMDPaediatric Gastroenterology
Faculty of MedicineMDPaediatric Hematology and Oncology
Faculty of MedicineMDPaediatric Nephrology
Faculty of MedicineMDPaediatric Neurology & Neuro Development
Faculty of MedicineMDPaediatrics
Faculty of MedicineMDPalliative Medicine
Faculty of MedicineMDPhysical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Faculty of MedicineMDPsychiatry
Faculty of MedicineMDPulmonology
Faculty of MedicineMDRadiation Oncology
Faculty of MedicineMDRheumatology
Faculty of MedicineMDTransfusion Medicine
Faculty of SurgeryMDAnaesthesiology
Faculty of SurgeryMDCritical Care Medicine
Faculty of SurgeryMDRadiology and Imaging
Faculty of SurgeryMSCardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery
Faculty of SurgeryMSColorectal Surgery
Faculty of SurgeryMSCommunity Opthalmology
Faculty of SurgeryMSFeto-Maternal Medicine
Faculty of SurgeryMSGeneral Surgery
Faculty of SurgeryMSGynaecological Oncology
Faculty of SurgeryMSHepatobiliary Surgery
Faculty of SurgeryMSNeurosurgery
Faculty of SurgeryMSObstetrics and Gynaecology
Faculty of SurgeryMSOphthalmology
Faculty of SurgeryMSOrthopaedic Surgery
Faculty of SurgeryMSOtolaryngology
Faculty of SurgeryMSPaediatric Surgery
Faculty of SurgeryMSPlastic Surgery
Faculty of SurgeryMSReproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
Faculty of SurgeryMSSurgical Oncology
Faculty of SurgeryMSThoracic Surgery
Faculty of SurgeryMSUrology
Faculty of SurgeryMSVascular Surgery

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Marking System Of FCPS Part 1 Examination – BCPS

The marking system of FCPS Part-I Examination of the Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons (BCPS) are as follows:-

don’t forget to check Guidelines For FCPS Part 1 Candidates – BCPS


There will be no viva-voce or practical examination in FCPS Part 1. Candidates will be assessed by a written MCQ and SBA examination. Pass mark will be 70% in all papers.

There will be no negative mark for the incorrect response.

Out of the total of 300 marks in 3 papers a grand total of 210 marks will be considered as the passable mark. Candidates obtaining marks below 70% but above 65% in any one paper only and more than 70% marks each of the other two papers with a grand total of 210 marks in three papers will also be considered passable. Score less than 65 in any paper will be considered as fail despite total aggregate more than 210.

Pattern and total marks in each paper examination will be as follows:-

Type of question     No. of Question Marks

  1. a) Multiple True-False type (35 Questions – 70 marks) (question with 5 stem i.e.a.b.c.d.e)
  2. b) Single Best Answer (SBA) (15 Questions – 30 marks)

Each correct response will be awarded a positive mark of 0.4 for MCO and 2 for SBA. Each paper examination will be of one hour and forty minutes’ duration.

Candidates securing below 25% marks in each paper will be debarred from appearing in the next examination.

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