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Bangladesh in World Education Summit-2019
Deshsangbad Desk
Published : Tuesday, 3 December, 2019 at 10:59 AM, Update: 03.12.2019 11:01:52 AM

Since 2011, World Education Summits have witnessed the confluence of decision makers, influential experts and practitioners linked to education sector from across the world. The summit aims to explore groundbreaking innovations and encourage steps to ensure significant improvements in the global education sector.

Over the years, be it Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Dubai, Bahrain, Abu Dhabi, Denver, Colombo & New Delhi, journey of World Education Summits have witnessed emergence of thought provoking ideas for a better educated world. Knowledge and Human Development Authority, Dubai; Ministry of Education, Kingdom of Bahrain, Ministry of Human Research & Development (MHRD), Ministry of Labour & Employment, Government of India; The organizations such as AICTE; Directorate General of Employment and Training (DGET) ; NIAS ; NCERT ; UNESCO;  CBSE, UGC, NRDC, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) have been key associates since its inception.

In November, 2019, the event took place at Bombay Exhibition Centre in India.  The Summit aims to improve the entire education system. The 2 days conference have seen dedicated and vibrant session on School Education, Higher Education, Technical Education & Skill Education.

At the event, more than 500 schools and over 350 Higher Educational Institutes participated. More than fifty government dignitaries were present at the event.

The CEO and Head of School of Averroes International School in Dhaka Mr. Mohammad Anisur Rahaman was one of the International speakers to the event. He spoke on the topic of joint decision-making with powerful school-parent relationship. He stated, “Parents and teachers are the critical factors in the development of students. We should educate our parents and create a good rapport because they are the major stakeholders in student development.”

He also thanked our Government for what it is doing in developing in Bangladesh. Sapna Sukul, Education Consultant, Teacher Trainer, British Council Ambassador was the moderator of the session.

It was determined that we need to invest more money and time for educational development. To face the challenges of the 21st century we need to train our teachers in a more efficient way and the curriculum has to be updated.


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