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Assignment On “Reason of Choosing Private University” Submitted To: Dr. Mahbubul Haque Associate Professor Department of Business Administration Submitted By: Kawser Hamid Mozumder 14102004 Md. Sabbir Hossain 14102014 Md. Mokarram Sayeed 14102017 Umma Rumana 14102021 Md. Raihanuzzaman 14102024 Date of Submission: 19 July, 2016
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Abstract A breakthrough in the modern history of Bangladesh higher education is the introduction of the privatization policy in the 1990s. In just over ten years, private higher education institutions have been mushrooming, reaching 92 to this point. The rapid growth of private university has generated both positive and negative opinions among the public. This thesis joins the discussion by exploring the reasons why increasing numbers of students are gravitating towards the private university and how they view their experiences there. Data was collected, through surveys and interviews, at six private universities in Bangladesh. The study employed the constant comparative method of qualitative analysis. The study offers several directions for future research about the role of the private university in Bangladesh. 1. Introduction Higher education attainment in Bangladesh is, in general very low. The Expansion of tertiary education in this country has largely been due to the rapid growth of the private sector in recent years. Till mid-nineties the conventional education system has been supported by massively subsidized education through a very small number of state-run institutions to a very narrow spectrum of students chosen out of fierce competition. In course of time, to fulfill the ever- growing demand of institutions for higher studies, a large number of private universities emerged. According to University Grants Commission (UGC-2016), there are 37 public universities (Excluding National Universities & Open Universities) and 92 private Universities now in Bangladesh and these universities number increases during the last decade. Private Universities are providing Higher Education. After 1990, there is a dramatic growth in the country’s higher education. Instead of rapid expansion, the quality of education is declining. Private universities are profit-oriented and some allegations are there against them. According to Newspapers report, they are selling certificates and thus responsible for declining education quality. But all universities are not equal in terms of providing inputs to produce output as productive and employable graduates. It is commonly saying that faculty selection is not based on merit and universities are depending on part-time teacher. On the other side, most of the universities are fail to provide infrastructure facilities like laboratory, classroom, and library. Universities are running in industrial or residential area. In the same building, some floors are rented for university and others are restaurant, beauty-parlous, and furniture shop. Computer Science and communications related subjects are common but there is no sufficient lab facility, networking, and ICT infrastructure and library facility. To ensure the quality of a program these
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  • Spring '16
  • Sabbir Shimul
  • Public university, private university, private universities

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