Bachelor of Business Administration Programme
Department Of Management Studies
Course Name- Bangladesh Studies
Course Code- 2218
A Report And Presentation
Educational Development And Strategic Planning
In The Perspective Of Bangladesh
PRESENTED AND PREPARED BY
GROUP NO: 22
Name of student
Md. Nafiz Hassan
Md. Sojol Miaa
Md. Masud Chowdhury
Md. Nahidur Rahman
What is Education?
Purpose of Education
Education system in Bangladesh
Concerns about Education system in Bangladesh
Barriers in the development of education
Action plan to develop education sector
Government steps and achievement
Introduction of Virtual education
Strategic Planning for Distance Education
Technical and vocational education training
Education is a basic human right and considered by many as a key tool for national development. However, some analysis suggests that many countries, whilst having a large educated population, remain unable to make significant progress. It is also claimed that third world development is sluggish. These findings generate the question: while education increases globally, what exactly is it that hinders a country’s progression? There are no short answers, but a major area of concern is the type and quality of education available. Scholars argue that countries need a well‐diversified education system in order to gain sustainable development through education. This paper explores the situation for Bangladesh for its development by providing technical and vocational education, practical knowledge, how to overcome barriers and recommendation in this regard.
Education is supposed to play a vital role for the development of a nation. Many countries made progression through education.
Nevertheless, some of them also failed to retain the development achieved since these countries failed to supply required skilled workforce for emerging economics caused by globalization and rapid change of economic pattern. This now forces policymakers to prioritize the production of skilled manpower that can contribute for sustainable development. The countries that achieved sustainable development have given a high priority to science and technology education in formulating education policy. Bangladesh has no more alternatives in order to gain development, except properly utilizing its population. Bangladesh’s economy and human development could have grown faster than its actual progression in the last 25 years (that is, since independence in 1971), if it had earlier taken substantial steps in educational development. This paper has defined a ‘network age population’ for Bangladesh. This paper also suggests that this population is required to provide science and technology based education with some revision of education policy in order to ensure the sustainable development.
What is education?
Education is that which contributes to − Individual creativity, improved participation in the economic, social and cultural roles in society;
− Improved understanding of an individual and their respect for others, thus promoting social cohesion and material understanding;
− Improvement in health and nutrition;
− improved chances of economic development;
− Improved technological development;
− Socio‐cultural change;
− Democracy and equality; and
− Ecological development/quality of life (increasing people’s awareness of their environments) Purpose of education
In the imposition of managerial and economic values on...
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