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Md. Ashiqur Rahman.
Deputy Librarian
Green University Library

Many object to the use of awesome to describe something (such as a sandwich) that does not literally elicit feelings of awe. Yet the same people who insist that awesome should be used only of weighty subjects (Niagara Falls, man landing on the moon) will happily use the word awful in reference to something (such as a mess) that falls distinctly short of being “full of awe.” This weakened sense was once considered improper – in fact, complaints about it persisted through the early decades of the 20th century. The change in meaning that awesome is undergoing may be more recent than that of awful, but both words are treading the same path. For evidence that such change is normal, we need look no further than awe, which originally meant “terror” and now carries the weaker sense “wonder.”




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Md. Manjurul Islam.
Senior Officer
Green University Library

Mr. Md. Manjurul Islam has completed the master and honors degree under the department of Information Science and Library management from the University of Dhaka. Then he has started his career with Community Development Library (CDI) as Internee from January 01, 2005. After observing his performance, the CDL authority proposed him to join with them as Program Associate In their Library and Documentation Centre.
From 1st June 2008 Mr. Islam joined with Caritas Development Institute (CDI), Caritas Bangladesh as Program Officer (IT & Library). From 1st July 2013 the Caritas Management promote him as Senior ICT Officer. Mr. Islam was also the in-charge of Caritas Library. Currently he is working with Green University Library (GUB) as Senior Officer. He has almost 12 years working experience in the field of Library, Information, Communication and IT sectors. RESUME Here





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Md. Akramul Haque.
Junior Officer
Green University Library

Md. Akramul Haque, Junior Library Officer, Green University of Bangladesh. I have graduated from National University under the discipline of Bangla. Then I have obtained honors and master degree from Asian University under the discipline of Islamic studies. At last I obtained master degree on Information Science and Library Management from Asian University.




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Md. Tohidul Islam.
Junior Officer
Green University Library

Many object to the use of awesome to describe something (such as a sandwich) that does not literally elicit feelings of awe. Yet the same people who insist that awesome should be used only of weighty subjects (Niagara Falls, man landing on the moon) will happily use the word awful in reference to something (such as a mess) that falls distinctly short of being “full of awe.” This weakened sense was once considered improper – in fact, complaints about it persisted through the early decades of the 20th century. The change in meaning that awesome is undergoing may be more recent than that of awful, but both words are treading the same path. For evidence that such change is normal, we need look no further than awe, which originally meant “terror” and now carries the weaker sense “wonder.”




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Md. Shafiqul Islam.
Junior Officer
Green University Library

Hi! I am Md. Shafiqul Islam, Junior Library Officer, Green University of Bangladeh. I have obtained BSS and MSS from University of Rajshahi under the discipline of Information Science and Library Management. knowing details please RESUME Here

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