This is one of the basic courses of the department of law. This course aims to provide students with knowledge of labour laws, especially the nature and scope of labor law, the rationale of labor laws in organizations, the international labor organization, the labor laws of Bangladesh, occupational hazards and risk, managing employee relations at work, safety and security, Wage Board, CBA, Trade Union and rights and liabilities of both the employee and emplyer. Outcome of this course is to demonstrate an appreciation of the industrial, economic and social contexts in which labour is regulated, to assess the rights of worker as expressed in the labour law of Bangladesh which developed through a long struggle, to explain the significance and content of the terms and conditions of employment and its relationship to industrial awards and workplace agreements.
This course is designed to equip learners with the knowledge and basic concepts about how to use a typical soil report to design the best suited foundation and detailed foundation designs in order to improve student’s design based professional skills.
Nineteenth Century Literature-1 basically covers up the poems of Alfred Lord Tennyson, Robert Browning and Mathew Arnold. Students will be introduced with the forms and writing styles of the poets and will be able to compare them with the socio-political condition of that time. They will be able to develop a rich perspective on the relevance of Nineteenth century poems in contemporary times.
This course is designed to focus on a literary movement like Neoclassicism or the Age of Enlightenment (also known as the Age of Reason or simply the Enlightenment), more specifically satirical poetry and prose and the development of the modern novel as a literary genre, in the eighteenth-century English-language literature with special attention to the key figures like Daniel Defoe, Jonathan Swift, and Alexander Pope.