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  2. Madrasa - Wikipedia

    Primary education Ibn Sīnā wrote that children should be sent to a maktab school from the age of 6 and be taught primary education until they reach the age of 14. During which time, he wrote, they should be taught the Qur'an, Islamic metaphysics , Arabic, literature , Islamic ethics , and manual skills (which could refer to a variety of ...

  3. Economy of Bangladesh - Wikipedia

    Bangladesh is a market of 160 million people with vast consumer spending around mobile phones, telco and internet. Bangladesh has 80 million internet users, an estimated 9% growth in internet use by June 2017 powered by mobile internet. Bangladesh currently has an active 23 million Facebook users.

  4. Education in Sri Lanka - Wikipedia

    After primary education, the junior secondary level (referred to as middle school in some schools) lasts for 4 years (Grades 6-9) followed by 2 years (Grades 10-11) of the senior secondary level which is the preparation for the General Certificate of Education (G.C.E) Ordinary Level (O/Ls). According to the Sri Lankan law, it is compulsory that ...

  5. Compulsory education - Wikipedia

    Compulsory education starts with one mandatory year of pre-primary (preschool) education. Denmark: 6: 16: Egypt: 6: 14: England and Wales: 4: 16: Requirement is for a full-time education, but attendance at a school is not compulsory (section 7 of The Education Act 1996). Estonia: 6/7: 15/16: 6 year olds can enter if they turn 7 by 1 October in ...

  6. List of medical colleges in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

    In Bangladesh, a medical school is known as a medical college. Allopathic and Alternative Medicine related medical education at the graduate level are provided by medical colleges. The colleges are under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), and are affiliated with a university in the respective region.

  7. BRAC (organisation) - Wikipedia

    Education. BRAC is one of the largest NGOs involved in primary education in Bangladesh. As of the end of 2012, it had more than 22,700 non-formal primary schools with a combined enrolment of 670,000 children. [non-primary source needed] Its schools constitute three-quarters of all NGO non-formal primary schools in the country.

  8. British Bangladeshis - Wikipedia

    The UK is the second biggest foreign investor in Bangladesh and one of the largest development partners of Bangladesh. Over 240 UK companies are operating in different sectors including retail, banking, energy, infrastructure, consultancy and education with leading centres of operation in Dhaka, Chittagong and Sylhet.

  9. Education in the State of Palestine - Wikipedia

    Secondary education (general secondary education and a few vocational secondary schools) covers Grades 11 and 12. In tertiary education, there are 11 universities (10 private and one public) and 11 technical colleges (4 Palestinian Authority, 2 UNWARY, 4 public and 1 private), all of which mainly offer four-year courses. Additionally, there are ...