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ANTI-VIRUS
GROUP MEMBERS:
 Sara Tarannum(781),
 Sabiha Sultana(1257),
 Nafiz Imtiaz Noor(816),
 S.M. Nasif Ali(817),
...
Presented For:
Mashrur Shahid Hossain,
Chairman, Dept. of English,
Jahangirnagar University.
WHAT IS STUDENT POLITICS?
 United form of students,
 Negotiates for enhancement of research facilities,
 Ensures regula...
Global view of student politics
 Works for the student’s well being,
 Keeps campus clean and environment-friendly,
 Pro...
Types of students
3 types of students:
1.

A type: Career Oriented students,

2. B type: Mid-type Student,
3. C type: Poli...
Historical background of student
politics in Bangladesh
 Non co-operation movement,
 Swadeshi movement,
 1952-Language ...
Present scenario in Bangladesh
 Involvement in terrorism, black money, tender

business,
 Involvement in dirty party pol...
FIGURE-newspaper headlines from 2001-2006
Effects of political party
 Implements political activities openly in the campuses,
 Provides firearms,
 Involves stude...
Pros
 Protests injustice,
 Introduces new students to new facilities,
 Deals with problems that students have with teac...
Cons
 Deteriorates the quality of education,
 Constraint placed by the unrest created by student

politics,
 Session ja...
How to change the condition?
2 ways:
1.

Government roles,

2. Student roles.
Government roles
 Keep students out of political affiliation,
 Fulfill their unmet needs,

 Enrich quality of education...
Role of students
 Should do politics for the sake of the country,
 Should not be activists of political parties,
Thank you
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  1. 1. ANTI-VIRUS GROUP MEMBERS:  Sara Tarannum(781),  Sabiha Sultana(1257),  Nafiz Imtiaz Noor(816),  S.M. Nasif Ali(817),  Md. Badrul Alam(818),  Md. Abdul Ahad Khan(1991),  Shafaeth Zaman(802)
  2. 2. Presented For: Mashrur Shahid Hossain, Chairman, Dept. of English, Jahangirnagar University.
  3. 3. WHAT IS STUDENT POLITICS?  United form of students,  Negotiates for enhancement of research facilities,  Ensures regular class and accommodation facilities,  Increases the number of books in the library,  Organizes seminars,symposia,presentations,debate.
  4. 4. Global view of student politics  Works for the student’s well being,  Keeps campus clean and environment-friendly,  Provides career counseling for departing students,  Provides student ID and discount cards among general students,  Provides photocopy,computing and electronic services,  Ensures standard medical services at the university medical,  Ensures the campus and halls remain drug free.
  5. 5. Types of students 3 types of students: 1. A type: Career Oriented students, 2. B type: Mid-type Student, 3. C type: Politics Oriented Students.
  6. 6. Historical background of student politics in Bangladesh  Non co-operation movement,  Swadeshi movement,  1952-Language movement,  1966-six point demand,  1969-mass uprising,  1971-Liberation war,  1990-regaining democracy.
  7. 7. Present scenario in Bangladesh  Involvement in terrorism, black money, tender business,  Involvement in dirty party politics,  Work for party and own interest,  Party conflicts,  Misuse of student power,
  8. 8. FIGURE-newspaper headlines from 2001-2006
  9. 9. Effects of political party  Implements political activities openly in the campuses,  Provides firearms,  Involves students in corruption,  Brings out processions whimsically,  Stimulates the students towards unethical activities,  Uses talented and innocent students for party interest.
  10. 10. Pros  Protests injustice,  Introduces new students to new facilities,  Deals with problems that students have with teachers or supervisors,  Manages complaints regarding university examinations,  Solves problems that affect academic performance.
  11. 11. Cons  Deteriorates the quality of education,  Constraint placed by the unrest created by student politics,  Session jam occurs due to student politics,
  12. 12. How to change the condition? 2 ways: 1. Government roles, 2. Student roles.
  13. 13. Government roles  Keep students out of political affiliation,  Fulfill their unmet needs,  Enrich quality of education, facilities,  Restrict use of firearms,  Deploy law enforcers in campuses.
  14. 14. Role of students  Should do politics for the sake of the country,  Should not be activists of political parties,
  15. 15. Thank you
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