Probir kumar Biswas

Auckland, New Zealand

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i am bit impractical but soft at heart. i do love all sort of people who loves me or hate me. My mom is my best friend ever. i do respect good people around me.

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New ideas and thinking. i love to share new idea with people and eager to listen new things at the same time.

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i am bit impractical but soft at heart. i do love all sort of people who loves me or hate me. My mom is my best friend ever. i do respect good people around me.

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Probir kumar Biswas
Posted about 2 years ago
Technology doesn't create loneliness, it reveals it. Once revealed, technology can help alleviate isolation and spur connection.
Actually i do believe that technology is very very important tool in our daily activities, thus it has to be used in right time for the right things, to do so it completely depends on users. If we think a day without a little device like mobile which would really painful and unacceptable to us, at the same time excessive using of technological devices is not good at all. In some occasion we do spend huge time on technology that could make us bit isolated and lonely but immediate after we do realize that we should have not done that and we should have given more time to prioritize job. therefore it implies that it is totally depend on users how effectively use their time and how much aware about his or her responsibilities. One saddening things i found which is texting in the class while tutor are conducting class. under this situation i do reckon the tutor should keep on eyes and sometimes share interactive information and nice jocks to attract their attention and let them know why you are saying this jocks. Finally i would like to say that technologies impact could be bad and good, it depends on its users. thanks. Probir Kumar Biswas. New Zealand
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Probir kumar Biswas
Posted about 2 years ago
Can video lectures replace teachers in third-world developing countries?
Hi There Can video lectures replace teachers in third world developing countries?? I am completely disagree with this statement because video lecture can provide lot of information to the students but infact it will not be productive enough for their lessons. Teacher plays an important role to make the sudents understandable. if you replce the teachers you could save some money and time but in reality it will not be helpful to the students. As u mention about third world developing country i would say that this systme is not appropriate for all. Cheers. Probir
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Probir kumar Biswas
Posted about 2 years ago
Are you really happy with your job?
I am completely happy with my present job. There is a lot of reason behind this first of all i would like to say that my previous job was terribly tough and challenging and i never wanted that sort of job. But i feel really relax and comfort with my recent job. Actually everything is depends on your perception and the way you receive it, if you think that you can not cope with your job and end of the day it will really difficult to go with the rhythm therefore i would say that take everything very simple and easy way and let it go as we go. Cheers. Probir
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Probir kumar Biswas
Posted almost 3 years ago
Patricia Kuhl: The linguistic genius of babies
Actually its a true fact but the thing is ......it is not only for baby...it could be for adult person as well. as long as you r keep practising you will learn it very soon. Its an human being nature...though the babies are bit different.....Finally i would like to say that its a good findings...Keep it up. Cheers. Probir.NZ