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All the video classes on Bangla (65611) of Polytechnic of Bangladesh Technical Education Board have been published on “Bangla Gurukul” channel । Gurukul Bangladesh

It is hereby informed that all the video classes of the subject of “Bangla (65611)” of Bangladesh Technical Education Board, Polytechnic’s Diploma in Engineering have been published on the “Bangla Gurukul” channel. From now on these classes have been opened for all the students of the country.

 

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Objectives of Bangla (65611) Course:
Gain an idea about the nature and features of the Bengali language as a mother tongue. Acquire practical skills in the use of language.
To cultivate national consciousness, patriotism, the spirit of the liberation war, morality, principles, and values ​​through reading Bengali literature.

 

Course Overview:
Mother Tongue and Creativity: Variety of Bengali language style, spelling style, letter writing and poems, essays, plays, novels, and short stories.

The theoretical part is – the application of the Bengali language

 

Chapter-A. Bengali language
1.1 Basic knowledge of the language (Definition of language, mother tongue, Bengali as mother tongue, and nature and characteristics of Bengali language)
1.2 Etymology, evolution and chronology of Bengali language
1.3 Bengali Language Rite – Sadhu, Chalit, (Definition, Features, Differences, and Examples)
1.4 Regional or dialect
Chapter-B. Bengali spelling style and word application
1. Standard spelling rules of Bangla Academy and rules of n-tb and s-tb
1.1 Standard spelling style of Bangla Academy
1.2 N-Tb and S-Tb provisions
2. Classification of words and words (definition, word structure, source or origin, and semantics)
2.1 Definition of words
2.2 Classification and structure of words
3. Sentence Variety and Styling Style
3.1 Definition of sentences
3.2 Sentence structure
3.3 Type of sentence
3.4 Sequence of sentence-establishment
4. Letter writing
4.1 Letters and its classification
4.2 Part of the letter
4.3 Rules of application

Theoretical part – Bengali poetry
1. Poetry
(Poetry lessons, analysis and Q&A exercises have been added at the link of each poem below)
1.1 Bengali Language – Michael Madhusudan Dutta
1.2 Golden Boat – Rabindra Nath Tagore
2.3 Umar Farooq – Kazi Nazrul Islam
3.4 I am the face of Bengal – Jibanananda Das
4.5 Assad’s shirt – Shamsur Rahman
5.6 How did the word freedom come to us? – Nirmalendu Guna
2. Essays
(Essay reading, analysis and Q&A exercises are included in the link to each article below)
2.1. Ardhangi – Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain
2.2. Book – Syed Mujtaba Ali
3. Ekankika
(Link to each one-act play below includes one-act lessons, analysis and Q&A exercises)
3.1 people – Munir Chewdhuri
4. Novel
(Link to each novel below includes novel reading, analysis and Q&A exercises)
4.1. Lalsalu – Syed Wali Ullah
5. Short story:
(Short story lessons, analysis and Q&A exercises have been added to each short story link below)
6.1. Xhamanti – Rabindra Nath Tagore
6.2. The story of Ekushey – Zaheer Raihan
6.3. In the underworld – Hasan Azizul Haque

Practical examples have been added to the practical part as well.
1. Speech:
(Link to each topic below is accompanied by a video of the lecture and other necessary information)
1. Scheduled speech
1.1 Preparation of scheduled speech
How do I write a scheduled speech script?
1.2 Some examples of scheduled speeches:
Speech on the occasion of Ekushey February and International Mother Language Day
Speech on the occasion of Independence Day
Scheduled speech on the occasion of Victory Day
Scheduled speech on the occasion of Mujib Nagar Day
Speech on the occasion of National Mourning Day
Speech on the occasion of May Day
Scheduled Lecture / Speech on Bangladesh and Bengali Culture
Scheduled speech on the occasion of Rabindra Jayanti
Scheduled speech on the occasion of Nazrul Jayanti
Speech/discourse on the unforgivable issue of communal violence
2. Present speech
(Link to each topic below is accompanied by a video of the lecture and other necessary information)
2.1 Preparation of present speech
How to prepare for the present speech?
3.2 Some samples of present speech
The youth of Bengalis in the crisis of identity
Technology and youth
Bengali New Year
3. Institutional lectures
3.1 Preparation of Institutional Lectures
How to prepare for the formal lecture?
3.2 Some examples of the institutional discourse
The arrival of an important person (Minister of Education)
Welcome to new students
2. Recitation:
2.1 Preparation for recitation
How to prepare for recitation?
2.2 Sample recitation:
People – Kazi Nazrul Islam
Akash Sapphire – Jibanananda Das
Palli Janani – Jasim Uddin
Exemption – Sukanta Bhattacharya
To get you, O freedom – Shamsur Rahman
Forbidden Editorial – Helal Hafeez
3. Debate
3.1 Preparation of debate
How to prepare for the debate?
3.2 Sample debate:
The free use of information technology is the main reason for the decline of youth society
Culture is the religion of modern man
Work-oriented education, not traditional education, is the key to economic liberation
The driver’s negligence is the main cause of road accidents
The spirit of the war of liberation is the key to the establishment of a non-communal Bangladesh
The development of technology is the only reason for the destruction of nature
4. Report Preparation and Presentation:
4.1 Report preparation, preparation, or composition:
How to prepare, create, or compose a report?
How to present the report?
4.2 Sample Report:
Report writing as an eyewitness to several relief camps in flood-prone areas.
Compose a report on the rise in prices of daily necessities.
Compose a report on the activities of the Union Parishad.
Q&A practice on all practical topics

With each chapter, there is a Bangla Q&A practice (very short Q&A, short Q&A, and essay-based Q&A). The Bangla website has – all the questions of the chapter together, the question analysis of the chapter

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