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Monir : Hi Sakib, how are you?
Sakib : I’m fine. And you?
Monir : I’m fine too. But I’m thinking about a great problem of our country.
Sakib : Which are you speaking of?
Monir : It is our illiteracy problem. What’s your opinion?
Sakib : Yes. It is a great problem as well as a curse for the country.
Monir : How? What kind of problem does it create?
Sakib: Because without education no nation can develop. Ignorance creates
Many other problems . Even illiteracy hinders all other development efforts.
Monir: Hmm. It makes a nation paralyzed. Even an illiterate nation can not stand upright amongst the other nation of the world.
Sakib: Exactly so. It also increases poverty and unemployment problem.
Monir: Illiterate people are not aware of their basic rights, needs, human rights and what not.
Sakib: Gender discrimination is very severe within this kind of society. None can enjoy their freedom in an illiterate society.
Monir: What is the way to get rid of such curse?
Sakib: The way is nothing other than building up an educated nation.
Monir: That’s true. We have to take drastic efforts and launch effective programs to encourage the mass people for education.
Sakib : We should work hard hand in hand to educate the illiterate.
Monir: Obviously. Without united efforts we can not remove this curse from the lot of this nation.
Sakib: It’s a great thing that some necessary steps already have been taken by the government and nongovernment sector.
Monir : We also need to create people’s awareness so that they can send their
children to school.
Sakib : Yes, of curse. It’s the key factor. Our government has already made education compulsory for all
to remove illiteracy.
Monir: Books are being provided free of cost every year up to class ten.
Sakib: Female students are getting stipend for bearing their educational expenses.
Monir : We must co-operate with the govt.
Sakib : Yes, we must come forward in this regard.
Monir : But there are some people in our society who are very poor. They are
unwilling to send their children to school owing to poverty.
Sakib : Indeed! It’s quite so. To persuade the poor people to send their
children to school the government has also started ‘Food for
Monir : Yes, it is an epoch-making step.
Sakib : But the govt. alone can not solve the problem. Every educated person
including students must come forward to educate the illiterate.
Monir : Of course. To make the program a success we must co-operate each
Sakib : If we are sincere in our words and deeds, nothing is impossible.
Monir : That’s right. Thank you.
Sakib : Ok. See you again.
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