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  2. Directorate of Primary Education - Wikipedia

    Directorate of Primary Education ( Bengali: প্রাথমিক শিক্ষা অধিদপ্তর) is an autonomous government department responsible for the administration of primary schools in Bangladesh. It is also responsible for the training of primary school teachers in various training institutions operated by the directorate. It is located in Dhaka, Bangladesh. [1]

  3. Education in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

    While taking into consideration Bangladesh's income level, the nation is achieving 88.7% of what should be possible based on its resources (income) for primary education but only 76.3% for secondary education. [8] Contents 1 Education system 1.1 Primary education 1.2 Secondary education 1.3 Tertiary education 1.4 Technical and vocational education

  4. List of primary education systems by country - Wikipedia

    In Bangladesh, students attend primary schools for six years. Primary/secondary education in Bangladesh is segregated as Primary (Pre school 1 Year + Class 1 -5), Junior High School (Class 6 - Class-10) and Higher Secondary or intermediate (11th and 12th Class) are as follows :

  5. Cabinet of Bangladesh - Wikipedia

    The Cabinet of Bangladesh (Bengali: বাংলাদেশের মন্ত্রিসভা) is the chief executive body of the People's Republic of Bangladesh.The cabinet is the collective decision-making body of the entire government under the Office of the Prime Minister, composed of the prime minister and some 25 cabinet ministers, 7 advisers, 18 state ministers and 3 deputy ministers.

  6. Primary education - Wikipedia

    The ISCED definition in 1997 posited that primary education normally started between the ages of 5 – 8 and was designed to give a sound basic education in reading, writing, and mathematics along with an elementary understanding of other subjects. By 2011 the philosophy had changed, the elementary understanding of other subjects had been ...

  7. Child labour in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

    In a 2010 statistical report, UNICEF measured that around 50% of all working children in Bangladesh do not attend school. [1] Another 6.8% of children between age 7 and 14 whom, while going to school, also work. [14] Of those that do attend school, school performance is negatively affected when children are in the work force. [11]

  8. 1980s in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

    Bangladesh GDP was US$28.6 billion in 1980, which grew to US$40.2 billion in 1989 (in 2010 constant dollar) signifying a 3.4% annual growth. Agricultural Sector contributed to 31.6% of GDP in the beginning of the decade, which increased to 32.9% by the end.

  9. 2000s in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

    According to the Official Results, [15] Bangladesh Awami League won 230 out of 299 constituencies, and together with its allies, had a total of 262 parliamentary seats. [16] The Awami League and its allies received 57% of the total votes cast.