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Reaching the unreached through ODL: How it contributes to female empowerment in Bangladesh?
This paper aims at identifying the impacts of ODL programmes (especially, secondary school certificate programme) of BOU on the socio-economic status of the females in Bangladesh. The paper explains how BOU’s collaboration ...
ODL to Reinforce Gender Equity at Junior Secondary Level Education: Opportunities, Challenges and Strategies
Poverty is a long felt problem in Bangladesh. The main group of victims of poverty are females, especially in the rural areas. Around half of the population in the rural areas are female and they have been afraid of ...
Quality and Effectiveness of Distance Education in Secondary and Higher Secondary Programmes of Bangladesh Open University – A Learner-Based Evaluation
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and Open University Malaysia (OUM), 2016-11)
To materialize Bangladesh’s goal for becoming a middle-income country by 2021 requires creation of techo-based large educated workforce. Due to socio-economic drawbacks a big number of students drop out from conventional ...
Supporting Empowerment of Female Readymade Garment Workers in Bangladesh through Lifelong Distance Learning Approach
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2019-09)
Bangladesh is a growing economy with heavy dependency on export oriented readymade garments industry. It is the world’s second larg est readymade garments exporter with 4500 registered garment factories ...