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Information Technology (IT) and teaching method: an assessment on the students of Social Science Faculty and Business Faculty of University of Dhaka Authors: Hosneara Dalia and Mostafa Obaidullah Chowdhury

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Bangladesh is a developing country where Information Technology (IT) is ever not highly developed but Government has a dream to develop this sector so that IT can entrance in every sector in Country. Information technology (IT) is an umbrella term, the use of computers and telecommunications equipment to store, retrieve, transmit and manipulate data. It is now a part of nearly every aspect of daily life in developing country- Bangladesh and is the backbone of many successful initiatives such as improving teaching quality of education. Information technologies are assumed to play a constructive role in education to make the teaching and learning process more productive through collaboration in an information rich society. Information rich society promotes new practices and paradigms for education where the teacher has to play new role of mentoring, coaching and helping students in their studies rather to play the conventional role of spoon-feeding in the classrooms. Students can learn independently having a wide choice of program selection and access to information. Information technology complements and enhances traditional teaching system through emphasis on the information basis in University of Dhaka. This study attempts to explore the impacts of information technology on teaching as well as learning system of educational institutions. In this research report, mixed method (both qualitative and quantitative method) is used to get an insight view about the related issues. It is observed that IT based learning system is a modern method of teaching and learning process which is helpful both for teachers and students.

 Key Words: Education, Information Technology, Teaching, Teaching method, Learning process.






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The basic foundations of the 1945 Constitution and the National Law and Law No. 22 of 1999 on the system of state administration and Law No. 32 of 2004 on Regional Autonomy are the powers granted to the autonomous regions to regulate and manage their own governmental affairs and the interests of the local people according to aspirations of the community to improve the usefulness and results of the implementation of government in the framework of service to the community and the implementation of development in accordance with legislation. Decentralization is the widespread devolution of power and decision-making to the lower levels. Deconcentration is the delegation of governmental authority by the Government to the governor as a representative of the government and / or to a vertical institution in a particular region. Reform generally means changes to a system that has existed at a time. An autonomous region is an area within a state that has autonomous powers, or freedom from a government outside the area. Usually an area is given this system because of its unique geographical condition or its population is a minority of the country, so special laws are required, which are only suitable for the area. In this case to realize a government whose original purpose with the existence of central or regional regulations or regulations is formed that is none other than the etymological nature of the “command” of the government from its basic word. So that the realization of good governance and clean governance in the full service of public service and excellent service in order service to society with existence of regulation and regulation of central and regional so that this rule will be very tied to each other in the cycle of relations between the central government and local governments and communities.


Key words: Implementation of policy, regional autonomy, decentralization, and public service.

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Protecting The Maintenance Right Of Parents In The Modern Era: The Legal Perspective In Bangladesh Authors: Roksana Akther and Md. Mahmadul Hasan Khan

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This paper aims to assess the efficiency of the current legal framework of Bangladesh enacted for the protection of the maintenance right of parents and also to determine whether there is any need to reform the current legal framework in order to fulfill the demands of parents for maintenance in the modern era. The study method applied is legal analysis of the secondary materials like constitutional provisions, laws and policies of Bangladesh, international legal instruments, judicial decisions in Bangladesh and other jurisdictions, books and journal articles on the maintenance right of parents. The study has gathered a significant number of cases of negligence by the children to maintain their parents in their twilight years. Moreover, it also reveals that there are substantial deficiencies in the statutory laws of Bangladesh which imposes upon the children the legal obligation to maintain their parents. Finally, it concludes that the current legal framework of Bangladesh on maintenance right of parents needs to be reformed to meet the demands of parents for maintenance in the modern era.


Key words: Parents, Children, Maintenance Right, Personal and Statutory Laws on Maintenance