EDUCATION SYSTEM IN BANGLADESH
This Academy is the peak preparing establishment under the MoE in charge of giving establishment preparation to BCS (general training) unit officers. it additionally gives in-benefit preparing to senior instructive overseers and educators of the auxiliary and higher optional levels. This institute is going by a Director-General.
(ii) National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB) This Board is a self-governing association under the Ministry of Education (MoE). It is in charge of the advancement of educational programs, creation and appropriation of course readings at essential, auxiliary, and higher optional levels.
(iii) Bangladesh Bureau of Educational Information and Statistics (BANBEIS) This association is in charge of gathering, accumulating and spread of instructive data and insights at different levels and sorts of training. This association is the fundamental organ of the MoE in charge of gathering and production of instructive information and insights. It additionally works as the Educational Management Information System (EMIS) of the Ministry. It is additionally the National Coordinator of RINSACA (Regional Informatics for South and Central Asia).
(iv) Directorate of Inspection and Audit (DIA) This Directorate is going by a Director and is in charge of review and review went for enhancing the standard of training of the Non-legislative organizations at the optional level. Advance more, various self-governing bodies have an offer in the organization of training. These are :
(I) University Grants Commission (UGC) The University Grants Commission is in charge of supervision of the general population and private colleges and portion of government stipends to them. (ii) National University This is an open affiliating college in charge of scholastic control of all the subsidiary schools offering courses in Graduate level Pass, Honors and Masters and for directing Bachelor Degree and Masters examinations.
(iii) Education Boards Eight Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education are in charge of leading general society examinations, for example, Junior School Certificate, Secondary School Certificate and Higher Secondary Certificate level open examinations. The Boards are likewise in charge of the recognization of the Non-government and private part instructive establishment. (iv) Madrasha Education Board This Board is in charge of leading open examinations, for example, Junior Dhakil Certificate, Dakhil and Alim levels.The Boards are likewise in charge of the recognization of the Non-government madrashas.
(v) Technical Education Board This Board is endowed with the assignment of directing authentication and confirmation examinations in specialized instruction. The Boards are additionally in charge of the recognization of the Non-government specialized and professional instructive foundations.
(vi) Non-Governmental Teachers’ Registration and Certification Authority (NTRCA) The NTRCA has been set up in February 2005 with the command to direct examination for the enrollment of effective applicants who might be qualified for arrangement in the non-government instructive organizations. The NTRCA has been made by the legislature with the goal of enhancing the showing nature of the non-government optional, graduate and post graduate level instructors barring open and private colleges. EDUCATION STRUCTURE MEDICAL, NURSING AND HEALTH EDUCATION Aims and Objectives A healthy and able population is a must for a country to move forward. For this, it needs health awareness, preventive measures to combat diseases, proper treatment and medical facilities. So proper education is essential to produce sufficient doctors, nurses, male nurses, health workers and specialists. Learners have to gain professional competency and at the same time, they have to grow up as sensitive and conscientious persons. The aims and objectives of health education and medical, Nursing and Health Education services are:
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Pre-Primary Education Aims and Objectives Before the children begin their formal education , we need to create an environment conducive to the growth of the universal human dispositions like the senses of endless wonder, infinite curiosity, joy and inexhaustible fervour that reside in the deep recesses of the infantile psyche. And this environment will prepare the children mentally and physically. So, it is important to introduce pre-primary schooling to prepare them for school education. This preparatory education conducted together with other fellow-mates will create an enthusiasm for learning in the children. With this objective, a one-year pre-primary schooling must be introduced for 5+ children. Later, this will be extended up to 4+ children. The curriculum at this phase will be: • Activities aimed at inspiring children to learn and to go to the school and cultivating their finer senses; • Grooming them to be tolerant to others and to infuse in them the ideas about discipline necessary for their subsequent formal education. Strategies
Primary Education Aims and Objectives Primary education possesses utmost importance in our national life. Primary education is the basis of building up a skilled citizenry and the path to include the whole population within the education system. So, equal opportunities will be created to ensure access of all sections of children to primary education irrespective of ethnicity, socio-economic conditions, physical or mental challenges and geographical differences. This is the Constitutional responsibility of the state. Since this stage forms the foundation of subsequent levels of education, so delivery of quality primary education is a must. And since many of the students seek employment after this 12 stage, a strong base in primary education will equip them better in the job market. To strengthen the general foundation of primary education at the national level, the existing discriminations among schools in regard to facilities, infrastructure constraints, lack of adequate number of teachers and the weaknesses in training will be adequately addressed. Primary education will be universal, compulsory, free and of uniform quality for all. At present 100% children cannot be given access to primary schools for economic, regional and geographical factors. By 2010-11, 100% enrollment of primary education will be ensured. At least one primary school will be established in the villages that have none. Aims and Objectives
Aims and Objectives In the new academic structure, the secondary level of education will include Classes IX to XII. At the end of this level, students will choose different streams of higher studies according to their capabilities, or they will earn their livelihood by their acquired vocational education or they can seek further vocational skills. The aims and objectives of secondary education are: to help develop learners’ latent intellect and comprehensive inner faculties; to develop a learner with competencies so that s/he can compete in the job market, especially in the economic sector of the country; to impart quality education at this primary level to extend and consolidate the knowledge acquired during primary education to help the students acquire a strong foundation of quality higher education; to make efforts to mitigate discriminations among various secondary educational institutions and among various socio-economic, ethnic and socially backward groups; special steps will be taken to support advancement of education in the backward regions as long as necessary; to design, continue and implement a uniform curriculum and syllabus for the selected subjects, irrespective of streams. Strategies Media of instruction
Curriculum, Syllabus and Textbooks:
exam will be held, which will be called Higher Secondary Examination. Creative methodology will be applied to both the examinations and evaluation will be made in the grading system. Stipends for higher studies will be offered on the basis of the results in Higher Secondary Examination HIGHER EDUCATION Aims and Objectives The purpose of higher education is to generate and innovate knowledge, at the same time to build up a skilled manpower. Autonomy is a must for the centre of higher studies including the universities. But it will be implemented under some set rules. A government monitoring system will be in place to monitor whether the allocated fund is being utilized in a proper way. At present, many specialists of specific areas devote their knowledge and research intensively to their specialized areas. That creates divisism in the area of knowledge. On the other hand, a counteraction also takes place leading to increasing interdependency of different branches of knowledge. As a result, science and technology, sociology, literature, arts, economics and other subjects are becoming interdependent. This is added by inventions of new technologies. Especially, with the unprecedented development of information technology and newer scientific inventions, the perception about the world is getting renewed. In this context, no one can deny the importance of the co-ordination of knowledge that counteracts the divisism in the area. The traditional higher education system is not enough to fulfill present-day the needs of an independent country like Bangladesh. In this respect, re-structuring of the whole system is an imperative need. The non-government higher education institutions must run according to set rules so that they can deliver quality education, in particular, in the areas of science, technology and business studies. The aims and objectives of higher education are:
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