Science in Everyday Life Essay

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Prescribed by National Curriculum and Textbook Board as a Textbook for Class Eight from the Academic Year 2013 Science Class Eight Written by Prof Dr. Shahjahan Tapan Prof Dr. Shafiur Rahman Prof S M Haider Prof Quazi Afroz Jahanara Dr. S M Hafizur Rahman Mohammad Nure Alam Siddique Dr. Md. Abdul Khaleque Gul Anar Ahmed Edited by Prof Dr. Azizur Rahman Translated by Prof Dr. Ali Asgar Md. Abu Masud Md. Abdur Razzaque Mian National Curriculum and Textbook Board, Dhaka Published by National Curriculum and Textbook Board 69-70, Motijheel Commercial Area, Dhaka- 1000 [All rights reserved by the Publisher] Trial Edition First Publication: December, 2012 Co-ordinator Fatema Nasima Akhter Computer Compose Perform Color Graphics (Pvt.) Ltd. Cover Sudarshan Bachar Sujaul Abedin Ilustrator Moshiur Rahman Anirban Design National Curriculum & Textbook Board For free distribution form academic year 2010 by the Government of Bangladesh Printed by : PREFACE Education is the pre-requisite for the holistic development in our national life. To cope with the challenges of the fast changing world and to lead Bangladesh to the doorstep of development and prosperity, a well educated and skilled population is needed. In order to build up a nation imbued with the spirit of the Language Movement and our Liberation War, the secondary education aims at flourishing the talents and prospects inherent in the learners. Besides, the other aims also include expansion and consolidation of the basic knowledge and skills of the learners acquired at the primary level in order to make them fit for entry into higher education. The aims of secondary education further emphasise on developing these learners as skilled and competent citizens of the country through the process of acquiring knowledge at the backdrop of socio-economic, cultural and

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