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CAMPUS VIOLENCE (Letter, Application & Email Writing)

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Letter

Application

CAMPUS VIOLENCE

 

 9 May 2021

The Editor

The Daily Star

19 Karwan Bazar, Dhaka

Dear Sir

I shall be highly grateful if you kindly publish the following article in your esteemed daily regarding campus violence.

Yours sincerely

Tipu

Dulahajara, Chakoria

Cox's Bazar

CAMPUS VIOLENCE

It is a great tragedy for the nation that the sanctity of the campuses of our educational institutions is being marred by violence. The campus violence is a great wound in the body of the nation. The places of nation-building are now shameful bleeding places of terrorism. The invaluable time, talent and money are being wasted by violence on the campus. The violence often forces the closure of the institutions and further worsens the already worse session jam situation. So the education sector is a prey to terrorism. The general students are not strong enough to protest against it because the violence is perpetrated by some powerful mastans supported by the government and the opposition parties. As the nature of campus violence is basically political, it has to be faced politically, if at all we want to stop it. So political decision and a pragmatic education policy can make the tense campuses calm.


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29th May 2021


The Editor

The Daily Star

19 Karwan Bazar, Dhaka


Dear Sir,


I would be deeply appreciative if you could publish the following article in your esteemed daily, addressing the issue of campus violence.


Yours sincerely,


Tipu

Dulahajara, Chakoria

Cox's Bazar


CAMPUS VIOLENCE


It is a tragic reality for our nation that the sanctity of our educational institutions' campuses is being tarnished by violence. Campus violence stands as a gaping wound in our national fabric, transforming places of learning and nation-building into shameful arenas of terrorism. This violence squanders invaluable time, talent, and resources, exacerbating the already dire situation of session congestion due to frequent closures of educational institutions.


The education sector, once a beacon of hope, has now become a target for terrorism. Unfortunately, the majority of students feel powerless to oppose this violence, which is often orchestrated by influential individuals with political backing from both government and opposition parties. Given that the root of campus violence is inherently political, any attempts to curb it must be met with political resolve.


Addressing this issue effectively necessitates political decisions and a pragmatic education policy aimed at restoring peace and stability to our campuses. Only through concerted efforts at the political level can we hope to quell the tensions that plague our educational institutions.



Model -3

29th May 2021

The Editor

The Daily Star

19 Karwan Bazar, Dhaka

Dear Sir

I shall be highly grateful if you kindly publish the following article in your esteemed daily regarding campus violence.

Yours sincerely

Tipu

Dulahajara, Chakoria

Cox's Bazar

CAMPUS VIOLENCE

It is a great tragedy for the nation that the sanctity of the campuses of our educational institutions is being marred by violence. The campus violence is a great wound in the body of the nation. The places of nation-building are now shameful bleeding places of terrorism. The invaluable time, talent and money are being wasted by violence on the campus. The violence often forces the closure of the institutions and further worsens the already worse session jam situation. So the education sector is a prey to terrorism. The general students are not strong enough to protest against it because the violence is perpetrated by some powerful mastans supported by the government and the opposition parties. As the nature of campus violence is basically political, it has to be faced politically, if at all we want to stop it. So political decision and a pragmatic education policy can make the tense campuses calm.


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