The relevance of Bangabandhu’s philosophy on education

Dr. A J M Shafiul Alam Bhuiyan: What is Bangabandhu’s philosophy of education? What kind of education system did he envision for the newly independent Bangladesh? My purpose in this article is to shed some light on the education thoughts of the Father of Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on the auspicious occasion of his birth cent...

HPM Sheikh Hasina publishes SSC results

The results of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations-2020 under 11 education boards were published today with 82.87 percent pass. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina formally published the results through a videoconference from her official Ganabhaban residence here on SUnday (31st May) morning. Education Minister Dr Dip...

HPM Sheikh Hasina announces 2,730 educational institutions brought under MPO scheme

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has announced the list of 2,730 educational institutions brought under the monthly pay order (MPO) scheme asking their authorities to properly maintain the guidelines of the system. “You’ve been brought under the MPO scheme as you’ve fulfilled the guidelines as per the policy in this regard. So, it...

HPM Sheikh Hasina for educated manpower to continue country's development

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has put emphasis on building educated manpower to keep up the success of Bangladesh’s graduation to a developing country as well as establish a hunger- and poverty-free Bangladesh. “I think that building educated manpower is very much necessary to continue the achievement of Bangladesh’s elevation ...

Govt allocates highest budget in education to build a well-educated nation: HPM Sheikh Hasina

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said education sector continued to receive the highest budgetary allocation as her government envisages an educated nation for country’s advancement in all fronts. “The government allocates highest budget to education sector and took steps for diversification of the education to build up country&rs...

HPM Sheikh Hasina for creating competent manpower to sustain global challenges

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has laid importance on creating competent manpower to sustain in the tough global race. “The world is progressing fast and Bangladesh has to keep pace with the race. So we want to build up our children in that way and education is the main key to win the race,” she said. The prime minister said while di...

Build a future with peace and women empowerment: HPM Sheikh Hasina to Commonwealth leaders

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged the Commonwealth leaders to make efforts to build a future where global peace and women empowerment will remain as the cornerstone to create a society free from poverty, discrimination and conflict.She also laid importance on imparting proper education to women for their empowerment in society. "Withou...

Developing Education Sector: Reforms and Implementations

  Bangladesh's commitment to education has been clearly stated in its Constitution and development plans with education being given the highest priority in the public sector investments.

Primary Education for All

  Education is a nation’s backbone. After assuming responsibility in 2009, pursuant to their manifesto, the Awami League government formulated the National Education Policy, designed to act as the principal means of realizing its Vision 2021.

Education: Affordable, Inclusive and Quality

  Bangladesh Awami League believes that education is a prerequisite to the development of a nation. Ever since assuming taking office, the Awami League government under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina took special measures so that no child is left unschooled. As a result, almost 100 % children of the country now go to school...

Education: Affordable, Inclusive and Quality

Bangladesh Awami League believes that education is a prerequisite to the development of a nation. Ever since assuming taking office, the Awami League government under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina took special measures so that no child is left unschooled. As a result, almost 100 % children of the country now go to school, a feat...