মুহম্মদ মাছুম বিল্লাহ, সাবেক অধ্যাপক, সিলেট, মির্জাপুর ও কুমিল্লা ক্যাডেট কলেজ এবং রাজউক উত্তরা মডেল কলেজ
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In Greece, education became more (a) ¾ in about the 5th century BC. The Greeks, however, sent only their male children (b) ¾ school. When Rome was conquered (c) ¾ the Greeks, the Romans under Greek influence developed a strong tradition of literacy. The Romans preferred their children to acquire knowledge (d) ¾ agriculture and warfare. It appears (e) ¾ the course of education is as eventful as the history of man.
The Prophet Muhammad (SM) equated one literate non-believer (f) ¾ ten illiterate believers. Islamic civilization pivoted (g) ¾ literacy and patronage of scholarship. Ibn Sina, one of the most famous Muslim philosophers of all times, saw the task of education as creating a complete citizen, physically, mentally and morally and preparing him (h) ¾ a profession whereby he could earn his own livelihood and contribute to the society. In the views of Al-Farabi, another great Muslim philosopher, education was one of the most important social phenomena (i) ¾ made sure that the individual was prepared from an early age to acquire values, knowledge and practical skills (j) ¾ a particular culture.
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Daises, violets, tulips, marigolds, dahlias, jasmines, roses and all those things of beauty can also earn your livings if you handle them (a) ¾ . In fact, a florist's career is rather a good choice as an unconventional job for many (b) ¾ the world. Wherever you see eye-catching floral displays, you (c) ¾ see the professional performance of a florist designer. They are also known as florists and they create superb arrangements (d) ¾ flowers. Using both real and artificial flowers with other greeneries, florists prepare flower displays (e) ¾ a variety of events such as weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, marriage days, Valentine's day, official receptions and even funerals. Every flower is with its distinct colour, design, significance and meaning (f) ¾ flower designers have to know well. There are conventions and (g) ¾ associated with flower. We know that conventionally roses are meant for romance and anniversaries and tulips (h) ¾ birthdays. (i) ¾ formal education or diploma is not essential always, florists must have a (j) ¾ taste, good eye for colours, shapes and proportion.
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