Population Problem in Bangladesh/Population Explosion in Bangladesh. A Journey by Train/A Journey You Have Recently Enjoyed/My Experience of a Journey by Train. A Journey by Boat. A Journey by Bus. My Favourite Hobby/My Hobby/Gardening as My Hobby. Essay/ Composition for Class 9/10 of School & Madrasah

  1. Population Problem in Bangladesh/Population Explosion in Bangladesh.
  2. A Journey by Train/A Journey You Have Recently Enjoyed/My Experience of a Journey by Train.
  3. A Journey by Boat.
  4. A Journey by Bus.
  5. My Favourite Hobby/My Hobby/Gardening as My Hobby.

Composition / Essay  লেখার সহজ Tips:
  • প্রথমেই শিরোনাম বা Title লিখতে হবে।
  • Composition এর সম্ভাব্য Word সংখ্যা হবে 250।
  • Composition এর মূলত ৩টি অংশ থাকে : Introduction, body  এবং conclusion।
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  • বিষয়বস্তুর বিস্তারিত বর্ণনা ধারাবাহিকভাবে প্যারা আকারে body অংশে উপস্থাপন করতে হবে।
  • Conclusion অংশে সম্পূর্ণ বিষয়বস্তুর উপর সমাপ্তিসূচক বক্তব্য লিখতে হবে।

Population Problem in Bangladesh/Population Explosion in Bangladesh

Bangladesh has so many problems and crises. Population problem is one of the most serious problems among them. It hampers the development of our country.

Undoubtedly Bangladesh is a densely populated small country. Her area is about 55,598 square miles. In this small area, she contains more than 160 million people. The rate of density is about 2,698 per square miles which is absolutely surprising and every day the rate is increasing. So, It becomes very difficult for Bangladesh to provide her citizens food, clothing, housing, communication, medical service, employment, education and all other fundamental demands.
Bangladesh mostly depends on agriculture for her economy. She has very few mineral products. 

She is not self-sufficient in food. She is not industrially developed. So, she is not able to export her industrial or agricultural products. Besides she is to face natural calamities every now and then. So, Bangladesh is to import many necessary things every year. Increasing population keeps so much pressure on the economic development of Bangladesh.

Over population is creating so many problems. Poverty, hunger, malnutrition, diseases, restlessness, disorder, illiteracy, backwardness, unemployment, frustrations are on the increase for over population. In brief, over population has become a national problem of Bangladesh. So, it is high time we took necessary steps for population control.  

To control population, we have to go to our villages at first. About eighty percent people live in villages. Most of them are illiterate. They do not realize the importance of family planning. They do not know how to control population. Religious misinterpretations interrupt them to adopt family planning. So, we have to raise consciousness among the village people.

Recently, Bangladesh Government has taken some necessary steps to control population. Besides, different electronic media are presenting cautionary programmes regarding the solution of the population problem of Bangladesh. We can hope that we will be successful in population control in near future. 

A Journey by Train/A Journey You Have Recently Enjoyed/My Experience of a Journey by Train 

A journey by train is always fascinating and interesting to almost everyone. It charms mind and makes us happy. During the last winter vacation, I got an opportunity to make a journey by train with my family members from Dhaka to Rajshahi. 

My uncle lives in Rajshahi and he invited us to attend the marriage ceremony of his elder daughter at his house. After discussion, my father decided to go there by train. It was 11 December, 2015. We got up early in the morning, took preparation and reached Kamlapur Railway Station by bus. My father bought four tickets for the Ekota Express. 

We got into the train and took our seats. Within a few minutes, the train started to move slowly at about 7.30 am and gradually attained speed. I noticed the passengers reading newspapers and heard them talking on different topics. As I had my seat by the window, I could see outside easily. I was enjoying the beautiful sights and sounds of nature. I saw jute, sugarcane, and paddy fields, beautiful houses and trees. All these seemed to be running back. The village women were seen carrying pitchers of water, farmers were seen working in the fields and young boys, girls and children were shivering in cold. I was enjoying everything to my heart's content.

As it was an intercity train, it did not stop in many stations and was not very crowded. There were a few hawkers in the train selling boiled eggs, chanachur and betel leaf. In this way we passed ten hours and at last reached Rajshahi Railway Station at 5 pm. My uncle was waiting for us. After coming out of the station, we were greeted cordially.

Thus the train journey came to an end. The journey was a short one but it gave me much pleasure and experience. It was the most pleasant journey in my life, and its memory will remain ever fresh in my mind.


A Journey by Boat

A journey is a source of pleasure to me. A journey by boat is more interesting to me than any other journey. Bangladesh is a land of rivers. So, it is easy to enjoy a journey by boat here.

During the last autumn our school was closed. It was a suitable time for me to have a journey. That time my friend invited me. It was much easier to reach my friend's house by boat. So, I decided to make the journey by boat. I proposed some of my cousin to join me to make the journey more interesting. Two of my cousin accepted my proposal and accompanied me.

It was a five-kilometre journey. We had hired a boat. We started at 3 pm. Two boatmen steered the boat smoothly. They were very expert. The weather was calm and quiet. Gentle breeze was pushing the soil. So the journey was very nice. It took one hour to reach our destination. During the journey we had a lot of enjoyment. The boat was dancing on the small waves and it thrilled me much. We also enjoyed a 'Bhatiali' song sung by the boatmen. We were delighted at the sight on both the banks of the river. Some fishermen were catching fish. Many children were bathing and swimming in the river. I saw some young girls and women taking water from the river. When the sun was setting in the western horizon, the scene gave us a nice view and it increased our joy.

It was really a nice journey and I will ever remember this journey. I wish I could make a journey like this in the following year.


A Journey by Bus

It was the month of December. My annual examination was over. My parents decided to go to my uncle’s house at Jamalpur by bus. Hearing the news my heart danced with joy. It was 25th December 2015.We got into the bus at Mohakhali Bus Terminal on due time.

It was winter. The bus started at 6 am. I sat beside a window looking outside through it. The sun was rising with all its splendid beauty. Within an hour of leaving the urban areas, our bus began running at a high speed along the road with green fields on both sides. I gazed at the houses, trees and meadows through the window with a cheerful mind. Things came to my vision and vanished in the twinkling of an eye. Everything on either side seemed running swiftly to the opposite direction.

When the bus was running through the forest of Modhupur Ghar, the tall trees with green leaves overhead gave a nice view. I was really charmed at the green panoramic beauties of Nature. It filled my heart with great joy. The bus ran at a stretch without stopping for three hours. It then stopped at a place for a short-break. There was a resturant by the roadside. We got down from the bus and had light refreshment there.

After a few minutes the bus began its journey again crossing the green fields on both the sides of the road. This time we saw bare-bodied youngsters tending cattle and grown up people working in the field. Occasionally we saw village women and girls bathing and washing clothes in the ponds. At about 12 noon, we reached Jamalpur. Thus our journey came to an end.

The journey by bus was really a pleasant one. I can hardly forget the sweet memory of this journey. The scene of the journey peeps into my mind when I become tired of the monotonus urban life.

My Favourite Hobby/My Hobby/Gardening as My Hobby

Hobbies are the activities that we do for pleasure at our leisure. More or less everybody has some hobbies like swimming, gardening, fishing, stamp collecting, travelling, reading books, etc. I am a student of class eight. I like to spend my leisure time by reading novels, collecting stamps, gardening etc. Among them my favourite hobby is gardening.
As a student I have to work hard for study. So, I need rest and diversion. Gardening provides all these. It makes my leisure time fruitful and enjoyable. I have a garden in front of my reading room. Every afternoon, I work in my garden. I make the soil loose with the spade. I weed out the grass and plant flower plants. I have made a fence around my garden. Every morning when I go to my garden, my joys know no bounds. A good number of flowers bloom. They charm me much. I like all the flowers but I love the rose most.

The importance of hobby is not less. It refreshes my mind. It makes me forget the troubles and worries of my life. The great persons of the world had their favourite hobbies too. Whenever they became tired for hard work, they returned to their respective hobbies. For example, Einstein played on his violin and Byron took pleasure in fishing. Napoleon loved to play with children and read the dramas of Shakespeare.

Gardening is an exercise. Working in the garden makes me fit and healthy. The garden provides me with fresh air and smell. It refreshes my mind. My garden is not only a source of joy but also a source of income. Sometimes, I sell flowers from my garden and earn my pocket money. I think every student must have a hobby like this.

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