Pamelia Khaled is delighted to share with all the members/partrons/volunteers “the VAB Canada Iftar party”.

VabVAB Canada President Pamelia Khaled thanks to Dr. Jasimuz-zaman,country director of Volunteers Association for Bangladesh(VAB) for his support for arranging an Iftar party in Bangladesh in the mid of July, 2014. She also thank and welcome all the VAB dignitaries who will be present in the Iftar event.
Pamelia Khaled is delighted to share with all the members/partrons/volunteers “the VAB Canada Iftar party” arrangement news she has received from Dr. Jasimuz-zaman, the country director, VAB in the morning. This Iftar party is planned by Mr. Maruf A Khaled along with the assistance of other director and advisor are present now in Bangladesh. The goal of this Iftar party is to develop connection with VABC and VAB and Bangladeshi business professionals and educators. Besides networking, the VABC planners/associates will seek support for zakat funds, educational programmes donations from Bangladesh and Canada end. VABC invites intellectuals, wealthy patrons (in Bangladesh) in this Iftar event to develop awareness about VAB and VAB Canada’s goal and objectives.

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School science books incomprehensible

Educationists tell book launch

science-books

From left, Dr Zeba Islam Seraj, Prof Jamilur Reza Choudhury, Prof Muhammad Zafar Iqbal, educationist Rasheda K Chowdhury and Prof Syed Manzoorul Islam at the publication ceremony of “Bigyaner Mojar Pathshala”, an illustrated science book designed mainly for the students of class VI, at the capital’s Sheltech tower yesterday. Photo: Courtesy

School level science books are written in a way that makes them incomprehensible to the students, said noted educationists yesterday.
While the percentage of science students is declining, making the books suitable for young students could popularise science again, they hoped.
They were addressing the launch of “Bigyaner Mojar Pathshala”, an illustrated science book designed mainly for the students of class VI, at the capital’s Sheltech tower.
The book, edited by Dr Zeba Islam Seraj, was published by Seraj Foundation.
“Science books are badly written. Even I don’t understand them. How would the children understand these books?” said Prof Muhammad Zafar Iqbal.
He added, “If the authorities tried, good books could be handed to all students in only a year. But nobody seems to bother.”
Eminent educationist Rasheda K Chowdhury opined the National Curriculum and Textbook Board had failed to grasp the level of children’s thoughts.
She added that well-written books would benefit the students of rural areas whose level of knowledge tend to be lower than the urban students.
Eminent litterateur Syed Manzoorul Islam commended the book for its readability.
Noted civil engineer Prof Jamilur Reza Choudhury also spoke at the event.

Musical Event and Fund Raising

 volunteers Association for Bangladesh Canada hosts a special event on 22nd September at St. Patrick Secondary high school auditorium. “The VAB-C Concert Night” is supported by Torontonians professionals and the most famous Singer Farhana Shanta that builds Bangladeshi and Canadian community spirit and raises money for the disadvantaged Bangladeshi children’s education and support programs. Your participation plays a big role in our efforts to reduce inequality in education and improve the quality of our children’s’ lives and environment.

 

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Toronto, ON M4J 1G3
Date – 22 September
Time – 6:30 PM

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