Solar energy

Knowing what to do regarding solar energy may feel daunting, but it's not that complex.|It's not that complex, though knowing what to do regarding solar energy may feel daunting. You just have to learn all you can grab the opportunity by the horns. {Continue reading in order to learn what solar energy can provide for you.|In order to learn what solar energy can provide for you, continue reading.} {Your solar power system will function wonderfully if you maintain it regularly.|If you maintain it regularly, your solar power system will function wonderfully.} Don't fear hiring a pro to clean and check the panels, however this can also be done on your own. You can do your energy bills and protect the environment by using solar panels to heat water. You will find many different option for solar systems in both tankless and standard water heaters. You can put these in any sunny location. You don't have to go overboard when adding solar energy. You can always start small by pu

No vaccine crisis in the country - Health minister

Zahid Maleque, Health and Family Welfare Minister, said Sunday that there is no vaccine shortage in the country. 5,400,000 doses of vaccine have already arrived this month and 15,000,000 more are expected by the end. As the chief guest at Sunday's Osmani Memorial Auditorium in Dhaka, the health minister made this comment while addressing an orientation program for newly recruited junior consultants (Anaesthesiologists). He stated that the appointment of 409 anaesthesiologists in the 6th grade was a huge step during the Covid-19 pandemic. He said that the health sector was grateful to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, who appointed such a large number doctors in such a short time. Minister urged newly appointed doctors to forget their fears and go into remote areas. He promised to provide all necessary facilities for newly-recruited doctors and asked that they serve the people. The event was attended by officials from the ministry, members and doctors of Bangladesh Medical Association (

Study UK Virtual Fair 2021 to be held Sept 11

The third installment of the Study UK Virtual Fair will be held by the British Council on September 11, from 2:00pm to 6:pm. This virtual fair will offer wide-ranging career and study opportunities in the United Kingdom for participants from four South Asian countries, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. According to a British Council press release, the British Council has decided to organize the study fair after the success of regional Study UK Virtual Fairs, which were held in October 2020, February 2020, and February 2021. Students will have the opportunity to meet with providers and faculty from all over the UK through the virtual fair. According to the press release, international travel is likely to be in a halt or restricted. However, this provides the perfect opportunity for students to begin planning their trip and seek advice from experts. Students can also post questions to the virtual fair, visit chatrooms, download catalogues and exchange business cards. Interested student