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Advocacy of Humanism by  Rabindranath and Nazrul

Advocacy of Humanism by Rabindranath and Nazrul

Bengal boasts having one of the most developed literary traditions in Asia. In its recorded history of over 1400 years, from the ancient time to the medieval age, poetry was

Light Engineering sector In Bangladesh and Its Required Modernization

Light Engineering sector In Bangladesh and Its Required Modernization

General Discussion Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) have been playing vital role in the economic development of Bangladesh. The sector comprises heterogeneous group ranging from trading to manufacturing depending on

Human Rights What Are Human Rights?

Human Rights What Are Human Rights?

Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, regardless of race, sex, nationality, ethnicity, language, religion, or any other status. Human rights include the right to life and liberty,

Good Governance and e-Governance Combat Corruption in Bangladesh

Good Governance and e-Governance Combat Corruption in Bangladesh

IntroductionThe formation of the nation state of Bangladesh has a long history of about fourteen hundred years. Around seventh century AD Bangla language evolved in the region and at the

Bangladesh and Global Silk: A Pen Picture

Bangladesh and Global Silk: A Pen Picture

1. Introduction: In 2018 Global production of Silk is 159.64 thousand Metric tons where as Bangladesh produces only 44 Metric tons (ISC, 2018) .China produces around 75% and India produce

21st Century Education: It’s time for our youngsters to shine…

21st Century Education: It’s time for our youngsters to shine…

Bangladesh is the 8th largest country in the world, in terms of size of the population. We have an enrolled student population of about 45 million across all levels of

Pandemic-induced economic slump  Full recovery largely hinges on policy responses, virus containment measures

Pandemic-induced economic slump Full recovery largely hinges on policy responses, virus containment measures

The outbreak of novel coronavirus has given an unprecedented shock to the Bangladesh economy as did in most of the countries. The shock was felt by decline in domestic demand,

Covid-19 Pandemic: Bangladesh Perspective

Covid-19 Pandemic: Bangladesh Perspective

Current global pandemic scenarioThe world is currently experiencing a devastating pandemic of an infectious disease called novel coronavirus disease 2019, or Covid-19. Covid-19 is caused by the severe acute respiratory

Begum Rokeya The Legendary Pioneer  In Women Liberation

Begum Rokeya The Legendary Pioneer In Women Liberation

Today’s civilized world widely owes to women emancipation and empowerment. It is an established fact that the gradual and smooth movement of civilization is carried out by equal participation of

Higher Education In Agriculture-Emerging Issues

Higher Education In Agriculture-Emerging Issues

Executive SummaryDeveloping human capital through acquiring higher education is considered as a useful strategy for accelerating agricultural development. Higher studies are generally supported by some projects in the agricultural research

Banking Environment In Bangladesh

Banking Environment In Bangladesh

After independence in 1971, all the banks were nationalized. It is interesting to note that India nationalized banks during 1969- 70. Bangladesh and Pakistan simultaneously followed in 1972. At that

Five Decades of Bangladesh Economy Macro Economic  Management

Five Decades of Bangladesh Economy Macro Economic Management

Bangladesh, geographically, lies between 20°34" and 26°38" N latitude and 88°01" and 92°41' E longitude, has an area of 147,570 Sq. km, bordered by India on three sides -West, North

The Tribes of Bangladesh: An Overview

The Tribes of Bangladesh: An Overview

Introduction and Background:Bango/Bang : Bangladesh The ancient Bengal was originally a delta. The Ganges was the principal river. The Bay of Bengal was on the southern side of the country.