Local level politics in Bangladesh: Organization and process
This paper focuses on local level politics and the organization of political parties to examine how the political leaders mobilize their supporters at the local level. The involvement of local people is also analyzed here. Moreover, some aspects of political awareness from within and outside the party are covered in the paper.
IT strategies for Business competitiveness in Bangladesh
In the growth envelope, Information & Communication Technology plays the facilitating role of revitalizing the competitiveness of businesses across any country. This article offers a pedagogical perspective on ICT enabling strategies that need to be catered to and assimilated in Bangladeshi enterprises for enhancing their competitiveness in the global frontier.
Interfacing arrangement and software development for acquisition and analysis of respiratory data
Lung diseases are still major killers in Bangladesh due to absence of proper diagnostic equipment primarily because of high cost. Indigenous development of transducer, hardware interface and application software can bring the benefit of modern technology at the doorstep of the people. In this respect, computerisation of a mechanical spirometer is an attempt to make the dream of poor people into reality.
Exploration activities in Bangladesh Gas
Bangladesh, which constitutes one of the largest deltas of the world, has proved its hydrocarbon potentiality through discovery of 22 gas fields during the course of drilling only 65 wells over a period of last 90 sporadic years of exploration. Exploration activities in Bangladesh are divided in three phases. Phase I (1910-1933), Phase II (1951-1971) and Phase III (1971-2004).
Rodda construction: a study of earth house at rajendrapur, Gazipur
Mud house is a typical indigenous style and is considered as an affordable means of construction to create shelter for poor.
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Use of a nested numerical scheme in a shallow water model for the coast of Bangladesh
The coast of Bangladesh is very irregular in shape and the off-shore region is full of small and big islands. In this paper a nested finite difference scheme is used to solve the vertically integrated shallow water equations. A fine mesh numerical scheme for the coastal belt of Bangladesh has been nested into a coarse mesh scheme covering up to 15 degree north of the Bay of Bengal.