Education in Bangladesh (Page 2) PorarTableBD

  • Technical and vocational education
Technical and vocational education system provides courses related to various applicable and practical areas of science, technology and engineering or concentrates in certain areas. Course duration from one month to four years. The Technical Education Board controls technical and vocational training at the secondary level.
The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) is responsible for planning, development and implementation of technical and vocational education in the country. The curriculum is implemented by BTB There are many private universities in Bangladesh.
In the technical education system, after obtaining Diploma-in-Engineering Degree (4 year course) from the listed companies, studentsBaccalaureate from the University of More Engineering and Technology, behind their education career.
Generally it takes two to two to three years of course work to earn a bachelor’s degree, although some students take more than three years to do this. They can then enroll in post-graduate studies. Students can read C (Chartered Accounting) after passing HSC or BachelorDegree and criteria for meeting the criteria of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Bangladesh (ICAB).


  • Barisal Polytechnic Institute one of the largest polytechnic institutes in Bangladesh
  • Patuakhali Polytechnic Institute  It is one of the largest polytechnic institutes in Bangladesh
  • Bogra Polytechnic Institute –  It is one of the largest polytechnic institutes in Bangladesh
  • Chittagong Polytechnic Institute – Provides theoretical and practical education of basic engineering and technology
  • Jessore Polytechnic Institute
  • Dhaka Polytechnic Institute –
  •  Dhaka Government Government Institute
  • Feni Polytechnic Institute – Created on February 29, 1964, there are about 2,000 students in the institute
  • Khulna Polytechnic Institute –
  • Khulna Government Government Institute
  • Kushtia Polytechnic Institute – The largest polytechnic institute in Bangladesh
  • Mymensingh Polytechnic Institute – established the Ford Foundation in 1963
  • Rajshahi Polytechnic Institute –
  • Rajshahi Government Government Institute.
  • Sylhet Polytechnic Institute – a state-supported technical academic institute, it was established in 1955 by the government of Bangladesh
  • Dinajpur Polytechnic Institute – established in 1964
  • Mangrove Institute of Science and Technology – a private technology institute in Khulna
  • BCMC College of Engineering and Technology – Bangladesh’s largest private multinational technology college
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Alternative education system

    • English Language School
A large number of schools in Bangladesh are English edition schools. English medium schools are mainly private schools where all courses are sent in English without a Bengali level. These schools follow the General General Certificate of Education (GCE) syllabus in Bangladesh where students are interested in their common level (and level) and advanced levels (A level) examinations. The General Certificate of Education System is one of the most internationally recognized qualifications,
Based in the United Kingdom General and advanced level examination is equivalent to the Secondary Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) examination. Most students sit for the exams registered in Bangladesh by following the GSE syllabus. Who are GCI They do not attend school following the course, they can sit for the general and advanced level examination from the British Council. This is conducted under the examination


There are currently two boards in the GCE exam conducted by the British Council under the supervision of the British Council in Bangladesh, which is conducted for general and advanced level examination, which is the Adxel and Cambridge International University examinations. Bangladesh has recently translated the board textbooks in English edition school (Bangladesh) to English.
  • Madrasah Education
Madrasah education system focuses on religious education, teaches all basic education in religious environment. Religious studies are taught in Arabic and in some areas the students also serve the local area mosque. Students must complete all formal education courses. Many have taken private licensed madrasasProviding homeless children and their food, shelter and education, such as. Jamia Toukkulia Ranga Madrasa Sylhet Madrasah Education System
A person known as “Komi” Madrasah System is privately owned and financed [10] and Islamic education is driven by the system of deportation, which rejects logical science. [11]
The other, known as “Alia” Madrasah System, is privately owned but paid by the government (80% of the government’s education budget in Madrasah, 80% of teachers and administrators pay). [10] Komi Madrasah is 1.9% of primary enrollment and 2.2% of secondary enrollment. Aliyah Madrasah is 8.4% of primary education and 19% of secondary enrollment. [12]
The Alia system is taught in Arabic without general education, like the general education system. MadrasaThe Education Board covers religious education at the government-registered Madrasa at the secondary level. After passing “Alim”, a student can nominate 3 additional years on a “Fazil” level. Students can go for further education and after successfully passing the degree to the University, they can provide “Kamil” level degrees for the second year. [Citation needed]
The table below compares statistically with “Komi” and “Alia” Madrasah systems. [13]
Profile of Madrasah Education in Bangladesh
Personal number (Komi) Madrasah 13,902
Number of Government Funds (Alia) Madrasah 6,906
Number of 130,000 teachers in Kamira Madrasa
Number of teachers in Alia Madrasa 100,723
Number of students of Kamira Madrasah 1,462,500
Number of students in Alia Madrasa 1,878,300
Total number of madrassa (Komi + Alia) 13,406
Total number of teachers (Komi + Alia) 230732
Total number of students (Komi + Alia) 3,340,800
  • Non-formal education
There are private NGO-operated non-formal schools, which mainly provide drop-outs for government and non-government primary schools. However, very few NGOs provide education for a full five year primary education cycle.
That is why, after completing two to three years of non-formal primary education in NGO-run schools, students usually enter high school government / non-government primary schools.There are private schools (NGOs) and non-governmental education centers (NFE), and many of them fund the government. The biggest NHP program is the most famous BRAC program. However, not all NFE graduates are in secondary schools.
NGO-operated schools are different from other private non-government schools. Private schools are managed by private enterprises such as commercial interest, NGO schoolsTo meet the educational needs of the weaker sections of the society, especially in areas not operated by public or private schools.
They usually follow a formal method of special needs of children of these weaker groups. But nowadays, some NGO schools are being managed in such areas as private and government schools.Likewise, there is no SMC in NGO-operated schools, following the different NGOs, the mode of management is different from the differences in policy.
Some are centrally managed to set up a high bureaucracy, others enjoy quite autonomous rights.Various NGOs on teacher recruitment follow different policies. Many people prepare a panel of prospective teachers based on strict tests and recruitment teachers from this panel. Other NGOs officially appointee teachers from interested locally available.

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