Is the Education system of Bangladesh responsible for the ‘moral failure’ and ‘corruption’ in the country? -Research Paper
Masroor H. Khan
Deena Forkan (DF)
12th DECEMBER 2010
I would like to thank Almighty Allah for giving me the patience and the ability to work hard with tremendous devotion. First and foremost thanks to our Course Instructor, Mrs. Deena Forkan (DF) for her invaluable guidance, encouragement and suggestions throughout the entire Eng 105 course. Without her support and confidence in me, it would not have been possible to complete and submit this research paper.
I am deeply indebted to my friends without whom this report would not have been a success. Their invaluable suggestion and information have taught me much and as a result preparing this research paper has been a very positive and uplifting experience. My Mom and Dad have been instrumental in inspiring me all throughout my life and especially in the last week during my late night studies, they have been taking a lot of care of me ensuring that I am comfortable and focused. My brother has been very kind in guiding me through this. Most importantly, I thank all those people who have participated in the research survey for me.
Special thanks to:
Mr. Mofizul Islam, Senior Teacher, Bangladesh International School, Dhaka; Zeeshan Rahman, Sharfuddin Chowdhury, Fariha Tabassum (friends, Studying in NSU).
This is a research conducted on a very critical issue and in the introduction, exposing the falling standards of education in our country and relating it with moral failure and corruption in the country was the first task. Then a brief background of the situation of education system in our country is presented. There are four areas of research that have been found focusing on the identification of the symptoms of flawed education system, investigating the reasons behind them, the impact it creates...
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