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TOP Education Boards In Bangladesh by rushivbhatt: 8:45am On Dec 23, 2017
Education Boards in Bangladesh:

Ministry of Education has formulated Intermediate and Secondary Education Boards. There are Nine Education Boards in various states of Bangladesh. Intermediate and Secondary Education are responsible for conducting the public examinations such as Secondary School Certificate and Higher Secondary Certificate level public examinations. The Boards are also responsible for recognition of the private sector educational institute.

The Secondary and Intermediate Level Education is controlled by following State and Regional Education Boards:

Barisal Education Board for (Barisal Region)
Chittagong Education Board for (Chittagong Region)
Comilla Education Board for (Comilla Region)
Dhaka Education Board for (Dhaka Region and Mymensingh Region)
Dinajpur Education Board for (Rangpur Region)
Jessore Education Board for (Khulna Region)
Rajshahi Education Board for (Rajshahi Region)
Sylhet Education Board for (Sylhet Region)
Technical Education Board (All Over Country)

All the Education Boards mentioned above are responsible for providing Schools Education from Class 9 to Class 12. Students who are studying in Science, Commerce and Arts Streams, are covered by these Education Boards which are associated with Ministry of Education. All Government and Non Government Secondary, Intermediate Schools are affiliated with one of the Education Boards of Bangladesh.

Government of Bangladesh wants to grow Secondary and Intermediate Education in all over the country. That is why, Bangladesh National Education Commission has prepared following areas to work for Improvement of Secondary Education:

Utilizing existing physical infrastructure and adding new facilities
Arranging double shifts in as many educational institutions as possible
Reducing the gender gap by encouraging and rewarding female students and their families
Reducing the rural-urban gap in a largely rural agricultural country
Reforming curricula by introducing and improving scientific, technical, and medical education at the secondary level, since the British-inherited system emphasizes liberal arts.

There was a Survey done on Bangladesh Secondary Education Quality and Management in 2005. Here we present some extracts of that Survey as follows_

Access for poor households remains very low, the share of Class 9 students who come from the poorest 40 percent of population is just 12 percent. The share of Class 9 students from the richest 40 percent of population is 96 percent in government schools, 70 percent in non government schools and 60 percent in madrasahs. Such level of access for the poor is among the most unequal in the world.

Student attendance is very low, a count of students present estimated an attendance rate of 41 percent. This was 14 percentage points lower than that recorded in the attendance registers on the equivalent day a week before the survey team visited the school. Attendance falls by a further four percent after the tiffin break. But after twelve years of this survey, the Government of Bangladesh has worked very hard to increase education quality and quantity in whole country.

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