An Analysis on Technical and Vocational Education Regarding the National Budget of Bangladesh

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Chapter 1

1. Background of the Study:
International organizations, policymakers, and scholars acknowledge the importance of universal education. Both public and private gains to investment in education are high: economic growth, individual earning potential, and health indicators are all positively correlated with education. Multiple forums, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, have recognized primary education as a human right. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) Education for All movement set a goal of universal primary and secondary education by 2015, a target simultaneously established in the Millennium Development Goals.
Public financing of education has been a priority for governments in developing countries for several decades. This is because education is perceived in modern societies as an important pillar of socioeconomic development. However, in recent years, the education sector has faced stronger competition from other sectors also seeking financial government support. In the budget for fiscal year 2011-2012 the government has proposed Tk 19,873 crore for education sector with Tk 10,850 crore for the Education ministry The proposed volume is Tk 1725 crore more than that of the allocation of Tk 18,148 crore in the fiscal year 2010-2011.
In 2010-2011 fiscal year the allocation for the technical and vocational education was 233.64 crore which was 14.98% of total education development program, where the total spending on education development program was 1624.69 crore.

1.2 Objectives of the Study
The main objectives of the study are – a. To find out the allocated amount from the national budget of Bangladesh for the technical and vocational education is enough or not b. To find out the means by which the technical and vocational education can be…...

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