Bangladesh produces and exports a large quantity of high quality tea. Most of the tea plantations are situated in the northeastern areas of the country, around Sylhet...
Education system of Bangladesh
Three-tier education system in Bangladesh, there are Primary level, secondary level and higher education or university level. The initial term of 5 years in public and private schools are run, a 7-year term in the secondary – in the 3-year junior, two-year term and two years of secondary and higher secondary stage. Private schools are funded on its own. The third stage of the 3-5 year university-level education. Government-sponsored 36 public and 79 private universities and colleges affiliated with the University Grants Commission, under the supervision of the education is given. Bengali or English as the medium of education in the students can choose any.
Ministry of Education for the education of the state’s highest office. Some are under the Directorate. Various development projects (education projects and technical projects) is managed via activities of the Department. According to Article 17 of the Constitution of Bangladesh, each child is entitled to the benefits of free education up to secondary level. Secondary and higher secondary level institutions, ten (10) teaching affiliate board. The boards of three public examinations: Junior School Certificate (JSC) examination, the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Examination and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) exam. Higher educational institutions known as colleges. There are also English-medium schools and madrassas. Board of Madrasa Education and for foreign education are listed respectively. Vocational training to the next level of technical education for secondary school management boards have been established.
National Curriculum and Textbook Board primary, lower secondary, secondary and higher secondary level curriculum and textbook development, approval and management authorities in charge. The government of Bangladesh Bangladesh Bureau of Educational Information and Statistics (byanabeinasa) has formed, which saves all the relevant education. Bangladesh government formed at different times and in different learning experiences based on the information available to the Commission published an education. Also, the Bureau of Non-Formal Education, many of the non-profit organization under the supervision of, the social, informal and semi-formal teaching underprivileged children to operate.