Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Mujib Borsho Paragraph for HSC

Hey students, I'm gonna share a new paragraph on Mujib Borsho 2020 for HSC and SSC. You can also say it Mujib Year 2020. This year is the Birth Centenary of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

You know, on 17th March 2020 is the 100th birth anniversary of our great leader, the father of the nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. That is why this year has been remarked as Mujib Year.

Students may find a paragraph or any other form of questions about Mujib Year, in their examinations. So, it is high time you were prepared for that.

So, let's read the paragraph. After reading the paragraph, you will know,

  • What is Mujib Borsho?
  • When and Why will it be celebrated?
  • How will Mujib Year be held?
  • What programs are going to be arranged?
Mujib Borsho Paragrap for HSC

Mujib Borsho Paragraph for HSC in 180 Words

Mujib Year | Mujib Borsho 2020

The year 2020 has been remarked as Mujib Borsho as the 100th Birth Year of the father of the nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. He was born in Tungipara of Gopalganj on 17 March 1920. The people of Bangladesh want to celebrate the birth centenary of this great leader in a massive way. The birth centenary is going to be observed with due respect in Bangladesh from 17th March and will be followed by golden jubilee of the country's independence on 26 March 2021.

UNESCO has also made the decision unanimously to celebrate Mujib Borsho with Bangladesh. The yearlong programs are going to be held with the participation of mass people including children, youths and elderly people. Various programs like essay competitions, art, and cultural competitions are supposed to be arranged in educational institutions. Different government and non-government organizations will also arrange programs on the occasion. There is also a plan to produce the film, documentaries and publish books on the life and works of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. These will help to promote the role of Bangabandhu in the independence of Bangladesh.


  1. It's really helpful & good! Thank you, but isn't it short for hsc exam?

  2. No, It is long enough for HSC exam. Make it sure your are writing without grammar and spelling mistakes.