English in Globalization

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Case study Bangladesh University of Professionals Department of Law Faculty of Security & Strategic Studies (FSSS) Submitted to: Khandakar Montasir Hassan Adjunct Faculty

Submitted by: Group: 3 Mahafuz Alam(19) Kaniz Fatema(25) Sultan Mahamud Swapan(27) Zeba Fariha(28) Farzana Yasmin Subarna(30) Section: A Email: zebafariha76@gmail.com

------------------------------------------------- Submission deadline: 27th March 2016

Causes of Failure in English at HSC Level
Chapter-1
Introduction: HSC level can be considered the most important period of student life. After observing the result of the students of HSC level, it appears that, most of the students who fails, fails in English. There is another problem that, the students of rural areas are having more difficulties than the students of city areas. The most sorrowful matter is that the number of failure in English is increasing day by day. The aim of this research is to identify the problems and solutions to the failure in English. After the completion of this study mentioned recommendations may help to decrease the rate of failure in English at HSC level.
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