Md. Saddam Hossain, Md. Muztaba Ahbab, Sumaiya Akter


Achieving inclusive and quality education for all, we strongly belief that education is one of the most powerful and proven vehicles for sustainable development. Conscious dreams are the result of weird mathematical manipulation of our daily life. We see a dream that, one day the education system of Bangladesh will be on the right track. On 16th December 1971 Bangladesh after getting independent from suppression, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the father of the Nation had a dream to build a successful nation, namely Shonar Bangla. For doing the same, it was necessary to build an educated nation not only by producing Dr., Engineers, and Teachers but also by producing effective practical knowledgeable human resources. To formulate an effective education policy, different government formed different commission but, due to some invisible reason, no commission got materialized. In this current conceptual paper, we will be focusing on Bangladeshi educational institute and, education policies, to find out the obstacles behind providing quality teaching and effective learning.


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