The purpose of the present study was to explore the impact of parenting style on children’s academic performance. In order to achieve this, 110 students whose age ranging between 20 and 22 years were taken as sample, among them 55 were male and 50 were female. The Bangla translated version of Parental Acceptance Rejection Questionnaire (PARQ) was used for data collection. Pearson product moment correlation was carried out to see the relations of PARQ-M and PARQ-F with academic performance of children. Correlation analysis indicated that academic result has positive correlation with authoritative parenting style for both parents (Mother, r=.790** p<0.01; Father, r=.769** p<0.01). That is authoritative parenting style facilitates to increase academic performance of children.
This survey- correlational research aimed to ascertain the servant leadership and reform initiatives of SUCs president in Panay Island. It was found out that the level of servant leadership among the SUC in Panay Island which described as “Outstanding”; both people within this organization, Managers/Supervisors and Top Leadership in this Organization, and In viewing my own role; and For me, personally in this organizationdescribed as “Very Satisfactory”; the Extent of Reform Initiatives of SUCs Presidents in Terms of Instruction, Research, Extension, and Production among the SUCs in Panay Island which is described as “Very Excellent”; the level of servant leadership is not significantly related to the reform initiatives of the SUCs President in Panay Island. Finally, a significant and positive relationship exists between instruction, research, extension, and production.
The purpose of this research is to identify barriers of inclusive education in Bangladesh context. Inclusive education is an approach of educating students with special educational needs. Under the inclusion model, students with special needs spend most or all of their time with students without disability. The research involves interviewing professionals who worked in the area of promoting inclusive education. After interviewing samples some barriers are identified. Those are- negative social attitudes, lack of teachers training, limited resources, accessibility issue, lack of awareness among people, faulty policy making and problems in administration, institutional power distance and lack of team work. We can work on these barriers to ensure education for all in a true meaning.
Harakiri was a ritual practise by the samurai class. To die one day is a natural phenomenon but dying with dignity was very important and death was an important occasion to make self-honour. It was popular in the history of Japan, samurai committed hara-kiri at the death of his master, husband, defeat in the war, not getting one’s love etc. Saigo Takamori who led rebellion against the government committed hara-kiri when got defeated in the war. In the 1970 harakiri was committed by Yukio Mishima one of most famous writer in Japan, with perfect techiques and blow which had surprised the world.