a geographical study tour in sylhet region of bangladesh



Md. Abul Hasnat Settlement Problems in Bangladesh Md. Abul Hasnat Settlement Problems in Bangladesh Новинка

Md. Abul Hasnat Settlement Problems in Bangladesh

8514 руб.
Lindsay, Robert, was a governor of Sylhet (1778-1781). In one of his books, named Anecdotes of an Indian life, described Sylhet of Bangladesh, as the brim-full division with natural resources. Like Lindsey, the division also drawn a special attention of the people of neighboring districts of Bangladesh. After the creation of Pakistan in 1947, a great number of people settled in Sylhet Division and Sunamgonj district as well. The district gradually turned into a shelter for the people of neighboring districts for her plenty of natural resources as well as due to natural calamities in other districts. But local people of Sunamgonj district under Sylhet division did not receive the neighboring people easily. They had to face various problems and violence. Local people recognized the settlers as burden and started to call them as "Abadi or Bengoli" that have discriminatory meanings. At the beginning, the settlers also were unable to avoid direct and indirect violence. From my childhood I have been observing this adverse situation. I have enclosed in my book about the created situation, violence and scope of peace from the academic point of view which I have realized in my varsity life.
Rezaul Jahedi Creating a business conducive environment to attract Foreign Direct Investment in Bangladesh Rezaul Jahedi Creating a business conducive environment to attract Foreign Direct Investment in Bangladesh Новинка

Rezaul Jahedi Creating a business conducive environment to attract Foreign Direct Investment in Bangladesh

3002 руб.
Master's Thesis from the year 2013 in the subject Business economics - Economic Policy, Sun-Yat-sen-University, course: International Master of Public Administration, language: English, abstract: Bangladesh is a promising developing nation in South Asia region. Based on the World Bank report, Bangladesh has ranked 122 among 183 countries in 2012 globally in terms of ease of doing business. The present study attempted to investigate the major problems areas which influence FDI inflows in Bangladesh. More importantly, the inflows of FDI in Bangladesh have declined since 2008-09. This study sought to analyze the current business environment and how to create a congenial climate for attracting FDI in Bangladesh. The study also shows that the declining trend of FDI inflows in Bangladesh is directly corollary of the political situation. For creating a good business environment, Political stability of the host country is the prime determinant for attracting FDI.
Mayar Akash HSJ Mazaar Sharif Mayar Akash HSJ Mazaar Sharif Новинка

Mayar Akash HSJ Mazaar Sharif

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Sylheti Heritage Collection brings you the heart of Sylhet and the heart of its people which, is the Mazaar Sharif of the revered Sufi Saint of Bangladesh Hazrat Shahjalal. Hazrat Shahjalal was the Sufi practitioner who travelled from Turkey to Sylhet to find the land that matched the hand full of soil his uncle gave in his hand and sent him off to search of his quest.Shahjalal arrived in Sylhet 1303 with 360 companions he met during his journey.He came over to seek justice and brought over Islam, where it flourished in the region.He never returned to Turkey and lived his adult life in Sylhet and that's where he remains at the Mazaar Sharif, aka the Dorga in Sylhet townIn this book we take a tour of the Mazaar Sharif for those who have never been or plan to visit; and for those that visited but didn't get round to all parts of the Mazaar.
Sk. Abu Jahid and A.K.M. Humayan Kabir Dewan Climate Change Induced Agricultural Scenarios in Bangladesh Sk. Abu Jahid and A.K.M. Humayan Kabir Dewan Climate Change Induced Agricultural Scenarios in Bangladesh Новинка

Sk. Abu Jahid and A.K.M. Humayan Kabir Dewan Climate Change Induced Agricultural Scenarios in Bangladesh

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Bangladesh is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world for different kinds of disasters. The Climate Change (CC) is one of them. The book represents the real agricultural feature of the North-West region of Bangladesh due to CC. The production of the agriculture reduced in a significant scale.The livelihood pattern of the people this region is notably changed. Because most of them are in poor class population. Now, they are living in miserable condition. This research can be helpful to take proper steps for the policy makers. And finally enhancing the agricultural based livelihood in this exposed area by CC.
Md. Tariqul Islam Twenty First Century Needs in the Secondary School Curriculum. Bangladesh Perspective Md. Tariqul Islam Twenty First Century Needs in the Secondary School Curriculum. Bangladesh Perspective Новинка

Md. Tariqul Islam Twenty First Century Needs in the Secondary School Curriculum. Bangladesh Perspective

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The study investigated the appropriateness of integrated Social Science Curriculum at Secondary Level of the Education System in Bangladesh in the context of meeting present needs of the students. NCTB developed renewed and modified secondary curriculum in 1995. From 1995 to 2009 a long period has been passed but being a continuous process secondary level Social Science curriculum being unchanged yet. The study was an effort to explore the secondary school Social Science curriculum of Bangladesh with regard to the present needs. Focuses was given on: the present secondary level integrated Social Science curriculum of Bangladesh; present needs of the curriculum on the basis of personal, social, national and global perspectives; appropriateness of exiting curriculum considering present needs and so on.
Md. Jubaer Rashid Renewable and Informal Energy of South-Western Part of Bangladesh Md. Jubaer Rashid Renewable and Informal Energy of South-Western Part of Bangladesh Новинка

Md. Jubaer Rashid Renewable and Informal Energy of South-Western Part of Bangladesh

8089 руб.
This research is based on existing renewable and informal energy assessment focusing on Shyamnagar Upazila of Satkhira District, south-western part of Bangladesh. The status of the energy catastrophe of south-western part of Bangladesh is in a position that they are using different kind of energy sources like fire wood, cow dung for cooking purposes. And solar energy and electricity are used for daily lightings and different potential activities. This study thinks, potentiality and future of the renewable and informal energy sources are bright in Bangladesh.
Kazi Muzafar Ahammed Economic Analysis of Investment in Bangladesh Tea: An Empirical Study Kazi Muzafar Ahammed Economic Analysis of Investment in Bangladesh Tea: An Empirical Study Новинка

Kazi Muzafar Ahammed Economic Analysis of Investment in Bangladesh Tea: An Empirical Study

8443 руб.
This study discusses about need, scope and potentials for further investment in Bangladesh tea. Bangladesh produced 58.30 million Kg and consumed 37.44 million Kg of tea in 2003. Tea provides employment to 115,533 people. It alleviates rural poverty. Abrupt increase in internal consumption causes to decrease exportable surplus with low rate of production, which causes to decline tea export. If these trends continue the country will be a net importer of tea in 2017. Production is to be increased to meet internal demand and to retain export of tea. For producing additional tea new avenues like small holding tea cultivation (SHTC) is to be explored. This study introduces investment covering gestation period within which tea plants are brought to bearing. Comparative advantage is available in tea. Investment in tea seems to be viable since NPV is positive, B-C ratio is greater than one and IRR is above market rate of interest. The outcomes of development projects are extremely discriminatory ownership-wise, class-wise and region-wise. Investment in SHTC, small & least developed estates may help Bangladesh to emerge as one of the major tea producing and exporting countries in the World.
Md.Parvez Sazzad Chowdhury Human Resource Management in Bangladesh Md.Parvez Sazzad Chowdhury Human Resource Management in Bangladesh Новинка

Md.Parvez Sazzad Chowdhury Human Resource Management in Bangladesh

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The title of the book is “Employees’ Attitude towards Existing Human Resource Management Policies and Practices in Bangladesh: A Comparative Study of National and Multinational Companies”. The main objective of this research is to examine the attitudes of the employees towards human resource management (HRM) policies and practices in national and multinational companies of Bangladesh. Here various aspects of HRM such as selection, training and development, compensation, promotion and performance appraisal have been analysed. Data has been collected from 08 prominent companies as well as 400 respondents. The study follows survey and key informants interview method. The findings of the study show that the employees’ attitude of Multinational companies is positive than National companies towards various HRM aspects. The study concludes with suggestions for better management in the national companies.
Rakshit Bhattacharjee, Tulshi Kumar Das The Role and Status of the Women Living in Slum Rakshit Bhattacharjee, Tulshi Kumar Das The Role and Status of the Women Living in Slum Новинка

Rakshit Bhattacharjee, Tulshi Kumar Das The Role and Status of the Women Living in Slum

8777 руб.
The study entitled "The Role and Status of the Women in the Laladighirpar Slum: A Study" is basically a qualitative study substantiated by quantitative data. The major objectives of this study are to know about the socio-economic status of women in slums, investigate the role of women in family and outside family, identify the level of awareness about the role and status of women among the people living in slums, examine the present status of women in the slums areas with special reference to employment, education, skill and social status, And investigate the reasons as to why the slum women is unable to play their appropriate role within the family as well as seek the suggestions of women living in the slum for increasing their status and also making them capable to play their due roles. Laladighirpar slum is located in Sylhet City Corporation of Bangladesh, selected as the study area of conducting our study. This is basically an explotaratory research. For conducting that study we intended to use data collection methods, like:- interview schedule, observation, focused group discussion, case study,etc.
Abigail Gacusana Community Based Adaptation to Climate Change. A Case Study of Bangladesh Abigail Gacusana Community Based Adaptation to Climate Change. A Case Study of Bangladesh Новинка

Abigail Gacusana Community Based Adaptation to Climate Change. A Case Study of Bangladesh

4189 руб.
Thesis (M.A.) from the year 2008 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Development Politics, grade: Merit, University of Birmingham, course: International Development, language: English, abstract: Climate change is a global concern with its impending threats to economies, human development and the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals. Climate change impacts are currently being observed and studies show that poor countries are the most vulnerable. Using Bangladesh as a case study, this research examines the impacts of climate change to poor, rural communities and further explores the measures that are carried out to combat its existing and future threats. This research also aims to look into the existing socio-economic vulnerabilities of Bangladesh in order to establish the linkage between climate change and development. Findings of this study show that poor communities are impacted by climate change through the loss of lives, assets and livelihoods. Adaptation to climate change is therefore necessary and should be integrated in development planning and objectives, to ensure that the most vulnerable groups are represented. Overall this research has observed that Bangladesh is still lacking this capacity, despite the spontaneous adaptation being practised by local communities. This study has further observed that the most common response in addressing climate change impacts to vulnerable communities in Bangladesh is community-based adaptation, whi...
Mayar Akash HSJ Gilaf Procession Mayar Akash HSJ Gilaf Procession Новинка

Mayar Akash HSJ Gilaf Procession

1064 руб.
Sylheti Heritage Collection brings you the heart of Sylhet and the heart of its people which, is the Mazaar Sharif of the revered Sufi Saint of Bangladesh Hazrat Shahjalal. Hazrat Shahjalal was the Sufi practitioner who travelled from Turkey to Sylhet to find the land that matched the hand full of soil his uncle gave in his hand and sent him off to search of his quest.Shahjalal arrived in Sylhet 1303 with 360 companions he met during his journey. He came over to seek justice and with him came Sufism, where it flourished in the region.He never returned to Turkey and lived his adult life in Sylhet and that's where he remains at the Mazaar Sharif, aka the Dorga in Sylhet townIn this book we cover the Gilaf procession, which is corepart of the commemoration of Hazrat Shahjalal's death; for those who have never been or plan to visit, and for those that visited but didn't get round to taking part.
Dr. RAJA RIZWAN HUSSAIN, Engr. FERDOUS AHMED Harvested Rainwater Dr. RAJA RIZWAN HUSSAIN, Engr. FERDOUS AHMED Harvested Rainwater Новинка

Dr. RAJA RIZWAN HUSSAIN, Engr. FERDOUS AHMED Harvested Rainwater

7964 руб.
Bangladesh is a tropical country and receives heavy rainfall during the rainy season. The average rainfall in the coastal region is more than 3000 mm, against an average rainfall of about 2400 mm in Bangladesh. In the coastal district, high salinity in surface and ground water and rainwater harvesting for drinking purposes is a common practice in a limited scale for a long time. In the present context of arsenic pollution of shallow ground water aquifer, rainwater harvesting is being seriously considered as an alternative option for water supply in the arsenic affected areas. There is no extensive study of the seasonal variation of harvested rainwater as well as its suitability for drinking purpose throughout the year especially during the dry period. The main objectives of this book are to investigate seasonal quality of harvested rainwater, mineral contents and people's perception of rainwater harvesting. This study was performed at Shyamnagar thana under Satkhira district, one of the coastal area of Bangladesh. Water sample was collected from nine different storages of rainwater harvesting system for field and laboratory test of the water quality parameters.
Anisul Islam Mahmud and Abdullah-Al Mamun Feasibility Study on the Culture of Mud Crab in Bangladesh Anisul Islam Mahmud and Abdullah-Al Mamun Feasibility Study on the Culture of Mud Crab in Bangladesh Новинка

Anisul Islam Mahmud and Abdullah-Al Mamun Feasibility Study on the Culture of Mud Crab in Bangladesh

2890 руб.
A study was conducted at Hatiya and Nijhum Island, Noakhali in the mid coastal region of Bangladesh to identify feasibility of mud crab culture for a study period of six months from January 2010 to June 2010. Data were collected through questionnaire interviews, focus group discussions and cross check interviews and also pH meter and Refractometer were used to measure water pH and salinity. It has observed that, there were three canal systems in Hatiya Island, where saline water intrusion was evident 670 Ha. in Hatiya and vast inundated area with saline water was found in Nijhum Island. The average temperature of the last three years was approximately 26.100C and rainfall was almost 10.85mm. Average temperature was lower in December-February and higher in March-October. It was observed that natural feeds were available in this study area and there was existed a small potential marketing channel with 3-4 middlemen. Also there was a good transportation system both water and road way. So, present study revealed that the area is suitable for crab culture during April to October.
Kamalesh Dey Prevalence And Determinants Of Child Malnutrition In Bangladesh Kamalesh Dey Prevalence And Determinants Of Child Malnutrition In Bangladesh Новинка

Kamalesh Dey Prevalence And Determinants Of Child Malnutrition In Bangladesh

5752 руб.
Master's Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Medicine - Public Health, , course: MSC IN PUBLIC HEALTH, language: English, abstract: Child malnutrition is the supreme concern of public health department in Bangladesh. Every two pre-school children are malnourished in Bangladesh. However, Bangladesh has achieved Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 3 in the past years and MDG-4 is on track. Consequently, the rate of child malnutrition has reduced somewhat due to the improvement of both health care practice and policy system in Bangladesh in the period between in 1999 (56%) and in 2014 (43~36.8%). AimThe aim of the review study is to find out the prevalence and determinants of child malnutrition in Bangladesh. In addition, the review study will also help future researcher and health policy maker to modify existing nutrition policy through the various nutritional intervention programs in the community and school level to improve the nutritional status of children in Bangladesh.Methods The review study design conducted through the step-by-step systematic review protocol. The author searched relevant primary studies in numerous databases using Boolean operator in the period of February 2015 to July 2015. Eight primary studies met the inclusion criteria after using the screening strategy. In addition, data was collected from the selected eight primary studies and extracted onto the standard data extraction template. Afterwards, the EPHPP tool was used to appraise an individu...
Mayar Akash HSJ Urus Mayar Akash HSJ Urus Новинка

Mayar Akash HSJ Urus

1052 руб.
Sylheti Heritage Collection brings you the heart of Sylhet and the heart of its people which, is the Mazaar Sharif of the revered Sufi Saint of Bangladesh Hazrat Shahjalal. Hazrat Shahjalal was the Sufi practitioner who travelled from Turkey to Sylhet to find the land that matched the hand full of soil his uncle gave in his hand and sent him off to search of his quest.Shahjalal arrived in Sylhet 1303 with 360 companions he met during his journey. He came over to seek justice and with him came Sufism, where it flourished in the region.He never returned to Turkey and lived his adult life in Sylhet and that's where he remains at the Mazaar Sharif, aka the Dorga in Sylhet townIn this book we cover the Urus, the commemoration of Hazrat Shahjalal's death; for those who have never been or plan to visit, and for those that visited but didn't get round to taking part.
Mayar Akash HSJ Lakri Tura Mayar Akash HSJ Lakri Tura Новинка

Mayar Akash HSJ Lakri Tura

1077 руб.
Sylheti Heritage Collection brings you the heart of Sylhet and the heart of its people, which is the Mazaar Sharif of the revered Sufi Saint of Bangladesh Hazrat Shahjalal. Hazrat Shahjalal was the Sufi practitioner who travelled from Turkey to Sylhet to find the land that matched the hand full of soil his uncle gave in his hand and sent him off to search of his quest.Shahjalal arrived in Sylhet 1303 with 360 companions he met during his journey. He came over to seek justice and with him came Sufism, where it flourished in the region.He never returned to Turkey and lived his adult life in Sylhet and that's where he remains at the Mazaar Sharif,aka the Dorga in Sylhet townIn this book we cover the Lakri Tura, the wood cutting ceremony for the commemoration of Hazrat Shahjalal'sdeath; for those who have never been or plan to visit, and for those that visited but didn't get round to taking part.
Md Shahidul Islam Women.s Gain in Health Md Shahidul Islam Women.s Gain in Health Новинка

Md Shahidul Islam Women.s Gain in Health

9189 руб.
The aim of this study is to explore the contributing factors in improving women's survival in Bangladesh.The proposed supply and demand conceptual framework provides an explanation for analyzing the importance of improved health of women and newborns to reduce maternal and perinatal/neonatal mortality for the overall improvement of women's survival in the context of Bangladesh. Data from the Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey (BDHS) and Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) are used to describe the changes in women's health situation in Bangladesh. The results show that a considerable decline in infant and child mortality has taken place over the past one decade.This is reflected in the gain in life expectancy of women of Bangladesh.The outcomes of this research could contribute to the literature for the researchers, planners and policy makers those who are working in this area.
Subhash Walimbe R. A Companion to South Asia in the Past Subhash Walimbe R. A Companion to South Asia in the Past Новинка

Subhash Walimbe R. A Companion to South Asia in the Past

15106.96 руб.
A Companion to South Asia in the Past provides the definitive overview of research and knowledge about South Asia’s past, from the Pleistocene to the historic era in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal, provided by a truly global team of experts. The most comprehensive and detailed scholarly treatment of South Asian archaeology and biological anthropology, providing ground-breaking new ideas and future challenges Provides an in-depth and broad view of the current state of knowledge about South Asia’s past, from the Pleistocene to the historic era in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal A comprehensive treatment of research in a crucial region for human evolution and biocultural adaptation A global team of scholars together present a varied set of perspectives on South Asian pre- and proto-history
Paul Shankor, Akhtaruzzaman MD Juvenile Justice System in Bangladesh Paul Shankor, Akhtaruzzaman MD Juvenile Justice System in Bangladesh Новинка

Paul Shankor, Akhtaruzzaman MD Juvenile Justice System in Bangladesh

8502 руб.
The Research on "Juvenile Justice System in Bangladesh: Standardization of Juvenile Legal Frameworks in Bangladesh with International Standards" is an integral part of MS in Human Rights Law under the Faculty of Law, Dhaka International University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. This is defined a numbers of constraints and challenges in the existing legal regime of Bangladesh towards advancing a child friendly justice system of Bangladesh. So, the research findings will be helpful for the academicians, researchers, policy makers, legal practitioners and relevant actors to updates them with a standard provision of juvenile justice. Finally, I am really thankful to my supervisor Dr. Md Akhtaruzzaman, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Dhaka International University who contributes to make my research successful.
Mohammad Abdul Momin Siddique, Sree Ram Prashad Chakraborty, Mahbuba Akter Ship Scrapping Activities in Bangladesh Mohammad Abdul Momin Siddique, Sree Ram Prashad Chakraborty, Mahbuba Akter Ship Scrapping Activities in Bangladesh Новинка

Mohammad Abdul Momin Siddique, Sree Ram Prashad Chakraborty, Mahbuba Akter Ship Scrapping Activities in Bangladesh

9052 руб.
Ship breaking is a potential industry for Bangladesh. At present the position of Bangladesh is third in the world for ship breaking activities. This industry pays about 100 million to 130 million USD each year to the government. Bangladesh does not have iron as such has to depend on the scrapped iron and about 90% of iron materials come from this industry. Other items of the ship such as engines, generators, boilers, electrical items, furniture, plumbing items, refrigerators, air conditioners etc. have a good market in Bangladesh. A lot of stakeholders are involved with these scrapping activities. A coherent picture of these scrapping activities in Bangladesh from the angle of socio-economics benefits of different stake holders, constraints and problems for the development of this sector has been drawn in this book.
Zobayer Ahmed Rural Settlements Zobayer Ahmed Rural Settlements Новинка

Zobayer Ahmed Rural Settlements

4419 руб.
With the growth of population in Bangladesh, houses and other settlements are increasing horizontally in rural areas. However, non-demographic factors are more responsible for such expansion as the study reveals. There are a number of social, cultural, political, economic and other reasons behind the new settlements on cultivable land. Based on the study at a rural village in Bangladesh, it argues that the area of land for cultivation has been decreased over the years. People who build new settlements on cultivable land rationalize the benefits of new home and other settlements in kind rather than in cash. The study is based on the theory of rural settlement. If the government or any authority is to take some steps regarding the declining trend of cultivable land in rural areas, the socio-economic background of the households and the non-demographic factors must be considered with great attention.
Mayar Akash Hazrat Shahjalal Mayar Akash Hazrat Shahjalal Новинка

Mayar Akash Hazrat Shahjalal

1102 руб.
Sylheti Heritage Collection brings you the heart of Sylhet and the heart of its people which, is the Mazaar Sharif of the revered Sufi Saint of Bangladesh Hazrat Shahjalal. Hazrat Shahjalal was the Sufi practitioner who travelled from Turkey to Sylhet to find the land that matched the hand full of soil his uncle gave in his hand and sent him off to search of his quest.Shahjalal arrived in Sylhet 1303 with 360 companions he met during his journey. He came over to seek justice and came with him Sufism, where it flourished in the region.He never returned to Turkey and lived his adult life in Sylhet and that's where he remains at the Mazaar Sharif, aka the Dorga in Sylhet townIn this book we cover Hazrat Shahjalal and his life and world, for those who have never been or plan to visit, and for those that visited but didn't get round to taking part.
Najmul Haider, Golam Shahi Alam Reproductive Performance of Dairy Cows in Bangladesh Najmul Haider, Golam Shahi Alam Reproductive Performance of Dairy Cows in Bangladesh Новинка

Najmul Haider, Golam Shahi Alam Reproductive Performance of Dairy Cows in Bangladesh

8789 руб.
Bangladesh has one of the highest densities of livestock in the world with 145 large ruminants per square kilometer. Dairy is the most important sector of livestock industry in Bangladesh that provides greater part of animal source protein for human consumption. Lifetime productivity of cows largely depends on their individual reproductive performance. In most countries, the primary objective of a reproductive control program in a dairy herd is to have each cow calve and produce a live calf in every 12 months. Like in many other countries, poor reproductive efficiency has been considered to be the major limiting factors in medium and large scale market oriented dairying in Bangladesh for achieving this goal. This book highlighted the overall reproductive efficiency in main milk pocket area of Bangladesh combining both traditional and recent measures of reproductive indexes.
Nath Biswajit, Paul Alak Salinity Impact and Land use Change Analysis Nath Biswajit, Paul Alak Salinity Impact and Land use Change Analysis Новинка

Nath Biswajit, Paul Alak Salinity Impact and Land use Change Analysis

5214 руб.
Salinity and relevant land use change related problem has been triggered in the south-western coastal region of Bangladesh. Salinity problem received very little attention in the past and Land uses in coastal Bangladesh have gone through major changes over the last half century. The southwestern region of Bangladesh is a food deficit area where net food production and diversity of food production have declined significantly over recent decades. Very recent two devastating cyclonic storm surges (SIDR and Aila) hit in the south-western region and it changing the level of salinity and due to its effect normal crop production became very risky. This study is investigating the salinity level condition and its impact on land use changes using multi temporal satellite data from 1975-2014 in the three (3) unions of Shyamnagar Upazila under Satkhira District. Remote Sensing and GIS techniques both used to know the salinity effects on land use changes at present context with comparison to previous land use status. Due to saline water intrusion, Shyamnagar Upazila have faced land use conversion related problem throughout the year.
Dr. Mark O'Doherty Healing Bangladesh ? Improving Human Rights, Gender Mainstreaming and Religious Education in the People's Republic of Bangladesh Dr. Mark O'Doherty Healing Bangladesh ? Improving Human Rights, Gender Mainstreaming and Religious Education in the People's Republic of Bangladesh Новинка

Dr. Mark O'Doherty Healing Bangladesh ? Improving Human Rights, Gender Mainstreaming and Religious Education in the People's Republic of Bangladesh

2302 руб.
In view of the series of brutal murders of secular writers, gay activists, bloggers and liberal intellectuals by extremists in Bangladesh, the country is in need of healing on many levels ? Bangladesh?s overall inability to get to grips with extremism being the result of a fractured country, where legitimate criticism and debate are increasingly restricted. Hence the importance of improving human rights, gender equality and religious education in the country. Critical, but also deeply sensitive and humane, this book endeavours to improve public policy in Bangladesh; with both social scientific and Islamic approaches, so that social equality, civil liberties and a just social peace can be manifested in the People's Republic of Bangladesh.
Lisbon Agreement for the Protection of Appellations of Origin and their International Registration Lisbon Agreement for the Protection of Appellations of Origin and their International Registration Новинка

Lisbon Agreement for the Protection of Appellations of Origin and their International Registration

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The aim of the Agreement is to provide for the protection of appellations of origin, i.e., the "geographical denomination of a country, region, or locality, which serves to designate a product originating therein, the quality or characteristics of which are due exclusively or essentially to the geographical environment, including natural and human factors" (Article 2).
Nargis Akhter, Mohammad Abdur Razzak, S. S. M. Sadrul Huda Workers. Participation in Management (Wpm) Nargis Akhter, Mohammad Abdur Razzak, S. S. M. Sadrul Huda Workers. Participation in Management (Wpm) Новинка

Nargis Akhter, Mohammad Abdur Razzak, S. S. M. Sadrul Huda Workers. Participation in Management (Wpm)

9339 руб.
The Ready Made Garments (RMG) sector emerged as an important economic sector of Bangladesh from early 1980s. The importance of RMG sector for the national economy of Bangladesh can hardly be overemphasized. The industry has contributed to export earnings, foreign exchange earnings, employment creation, poverty alleviation and the empowerment of women. In the recent past incidence of physical violence, gherao, demonstrations, rallies, work stoppages/strike, termination of workers, lay-off, lock-out, etc. in the readymade garment sector of Bangladesh have noticeably increased. In the backdrop of frequent clashes between owners of garments factories and disgruntle workers this study attempts to verify whether or not Workers' Participation in Management (WPM) is being practiced here in the RMG Sector of Bangladesh. The study found that WPM does not in the real sense exist, in the RMG sector of Bangladesh. The researches proposed some recommendations for the Government and the concerned associations of both employers and workers to help WPM exercised in the RMG sector of Bangladesh.
Cheng Samuel K. T. Learning Through Reflection in an Educational Tour Cheng Samuel K. T. Learning Through Reflection in an Educational Tour Новинка

Cheng Samuel K. T. Learning Through Reflection in an Educational Tour

9464 руб.
Educational tour organizers and evaluators are in need of a practical framework to evaluate tour programmes, but little research work has been carried out in this specific area. The present study provides not only a theoretical framework to benefit the education community, but also a practical framework for frontline practitioners to use. This Reflective Learning Taxonomy can also be employed by tour sponsors who may require a form of systematic evaluation to assess the success of tours.
Md.Jobair Hossain The Effects of CSR on Marketing. A Study on Sports Sponsorship of Grameenphone Bangladesh Md.Jobair Hossain The Effects of CSR on Marketing. A Study on Sports Sponsorship of Grameenphone Bangladesh Новинка

Md.Jobair Hossain The Effects of CSR on Marketing. A Study on Sports Sponsorship of Grameenphone Bangladesh

2989 руб.
Research paper from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 3.5 (A-), , course: Consumer Behavior, language: English, abstract: Sponsorship has emerged noticeably over the few decades. The relationship between sponsor and sponsorship is very important for this new century. Both parties have been gaining advantages from sustainable sponsorship relation. Sponsorship program is treated as CSR activity of a corporation. Grameenphone is the largest telecom network service providers in Bangladesh. It has been engaging at different socio cultural activities through sponsoring as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility. Sports sponsorship has been very import to it. It has been sponsoring in cricket, football, golf, local sporting events such as - Boat racing. Survey research strategy has been used at this study because it has collected the research data from the selected company without any experiment from the existing elements and from the existing customer of the company. The main purpose of this study is to study the sponsorship program and also the brand awareness capability of this term. Both primary and secondary data has been considered.Main objective of this research is to study the sport sponsorship program of Grameenphone, Bangladesh and find the relation between sponsorship program and its effect on sales by increasing brand awareness. To judge brand awareness of such sporting eve...
Md. Obaidur Rahman,Md. Nure Alam Siddiqi and Md. Rafiqul Islam Socio-economic Characteristics of Migrants: A Study from Bangladesh Md. Obaidur Rahman,Md. Nure Alam Siddiqi and Md. Rafiqul Islam Socio-economic Characteristics of Migrants: A Study from Bangladesh Новинка

Md. Obaidur Rahman,Md. Nure Alam Siddiqi and Md. Rafiqul Islam Socio-economic Characteristics of Migrants: A Study from Bangladesh

4419 руб.
Migration is an unavoidable continuous process from the very beginning of civilization which has been considered as an important livelihood strategy for both rural and urban population. It also plays an important role (positive or negative) in the development of any country. In developing countries like Bangladesh, migration to cities creates more hazards in development. So, it is important to assess the socio-economic conditions of migrants and their causes. This study focuses this issue and recommends some policy which plays an important role for further advanced research. Clearly, it would be very helpful for policy makers, program designers to design or redesign programs or existing programs considering the identified risk factor of migration to cities in Bangladesh.
Farhana Ferdousi, Saadia Shabnam, Amir Ahmed Status of Corporate Social Responsibility Practices Farhana Ferdousi, Saadia Shabnam, Amir Ahmed Status of Corporate Social Responsibility Practices Новинка

Farhana Ferdousi, Saadia Shabnam, Amir Ahmed Status of Corporate Social Responsibility Practices

8502 руб.
Socially responsible performance of business activity is getting more importance and interest now-a-days. This paper explores the existing status and the key areas of corporate social responsibility practice in Bangladeshi business enterprises. An extensive desk study has been conducted to gain a detailed view of the current status and the key areas of CSR practices in the enterprises of Bangladesh. This study also focuses on the problems those are facing by the organization in performing CSR. Based on the secondary data the paper argues that social responsibility is inevitable for the success of Bangladeshi business enterprises. The paper concludes that Bangladesh lags behind in making the expected headway because of the existence of several obstacles. It also suggests some policy prescriptions for the success of business enterprises.
Musammet Ismat Ara Begum Corporate Social Responsibility and Gender Commitments. A Case Study of Commercial Banks in Bangladesh Musammet Ismat Ara Begum Corporate Social Responsibility and Gender Commitments. A Case Study of Commercial Banks in Bangladesh Новинка

Musammet Ismat Ara Begum Corporate Social Responsibility and Gender Commitments. A Case Study of Commercial Banks in Bangladesh

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Master's Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics - Banking, Stock Exchanges, Insurance, Accounting, grade: 72, The Australian National University (Crawford School of Public Policy), course: Research Project: POGO8035, language: English, abstract: This study analyses gender issues in the corporate social responsibility (CSR) frameworks of commercial banks in Bangladesh with reference to four theoretical perspectives on CSR: instrumental, political, integrative and ethical. It examines how gender issues are addressing in CSR framework and how it could advance gender equality issues and how CSR policies relating to gender are translated by the commercial banks to integrate gender equality in their reporting in Bangladesh Bank (The central bank of Bangladesh). Based on the analysis of relevant data and information, it finds that gender issues of CSR are practicing mostly in instrumental and political way rather than integrative and ethical way due to regulatory requirement. However, the trends of practices are representing the positive approach to the integrative and ethical perspectives on gender issues in commercial banks of Bangladesh over time which could be proved in future for the time being.
Sumon Kumar Biswas, Ajita Mitra People.s Perception on Climate Change Vulnerabilities of South-West Coastal Bangladesh Sumon Kumar Biswas, Ajita Mitra People.s Perception on Climate Change Vulnerabilities of South-West Coastal Bangladesh Новинка

Sumon Kumar Biswas, Ajita Mitra People.s Perception on Climate Change Vulnerabilities of South-West Coastal Bangladesh

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Master's Thesis from the year 2009 in the subject Geography / Earth Science - Demographics, Urban Management, Planning, , language: English, abstract: This study aims to measure the people's perception regarding climate change vulnerabilities in south-west coastal Bangladesh. The broader objective of the study is to assess the climate induced vulnerabilities and to view their adaptive capacity with the climate change vulnerabilities. Both purposive and simple random samplings were used to conduct this study. Data were collected from 120 respondents through interview schedule technique. In the interview schedule technique, question was asked and filled by the interviewers in face-to-face situation. Climate induced changes such as extreme cyclone, devastating tidal surges, severe floods, tremendous river erosion, excessive rainfall, overwhelming salinity intrusion etc, are occurring more frequently in greater intensities and in an unpredictable manner around the world including Bangladesh. To perceive the vulnerability, the southwestern coastal Bangladesh is selected as a research area where high vulnerability to natural climate is due to its low lying delta. The research mainly focuses on the perception level of the people on climate change vulnerability and its impact on their livelihood patterns. The research revealed that various climatic events adversely affect the people of the study area. Among all natural disasters like cyclone affects severely the livelihood pa...
Md. Mizanur Rahman An Overview of Bureaucratic Accountability and Efficiency in Bangladesh Md. Mizanur Rahman An Overview of Bureaucratic Accountability and Efficiency in Bangladesh Новинка

Md. Mizanur Rahman An Overview of Bureaucratic Accountability and Efficiency in Bangladesh

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Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2013 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: South Asia, , course: Graduate School of Public Administration (GSPA), language: English, abstract: In pluralistic societies, all over the world bureaucracy plays a predominant role for bringing socialchange, transformation, modernization and development. But in Bangladesh bureaucracy represents adismal picture and suffers from various ills. Standing on the threshold of the 21st century when thewhole world is experiencing cataclysmic change in the sphere of political transformation, economicglobalization, technological innovation, media revolution and rapid growth of the nation states- it isnow quite exigent to rearrange or reorganize the state machinery for coexisting with the changedworld order. In consonance with the changes- the role, function and responsibility of bureaucracyshould be devised in a way that it can ensure its productivity and efficiency by creating an enablingcondition for development. Absence of efficiency, transparency, accountability, representationalpolitical culture, institutional weakness of political, social and economical apparatus and malfunctionamong those systems has made the bureaucratic system in Bangladesh despicable and disdainful. Thepaper, ipso facto, aims at unravelling the issues related with the concept of bureaucracy, the role ofbureaucracy in the third world with special emphasis on Bangladesh, depicting a brief sketch aboutthe...
Md. Mizanur Rahman Female Secondary Stipend Program in Bangladesh. An Analysis of its Cost Effectiveness Md. Mizanur Rahman Female Secondary Stipend Program in Bangladesh. An Analysis of its Cost Effectiveness Новинка

Md. Mizanur Rahman Female Secondary Stipend Program in Bangladesh. An Analysis of its Cost Effectiveness

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Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2013 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Other States, , language: English, abstract: Bangladesh as one of the South Asian countries has been striving to develop a comprehensiveeducation policy since its independence but failed to formulate such policy that could contribute to thedevelopment of the economy. The basic problem of primary and secondary level is poor enrolmentand low retention rate in the school. To combat with this problem government of Bangladesh has beenundertaking myriad policies and programs. Among such policies Female Secondary Stipend Program(FSSP), Food For Education Program (FFEP) and Free Text Book Distribution Program to thestudents of primary and secondary level are some innovative and better contributing policyinterventions in the field of female education in Bangladesh. All these policy interventions arepurported with the pivotal motto of reducing drop rate and increasing enrollment rate in the secondaryeducation. All these policies are currently in operation except the Food for Education Program whichhas transformed into a cash transfer program very recently. Based on the policy problem of reducingdropout rate of the secondary female students in the school, the above policies on FFEP, FTBDP andFSSP were chosen as three policy alternatives taking FSSP as status quo with a view to measuringefficacy of these policies employing the cost effectiveness analysis method apprising their rel...
Eskild Petersen Infectious Diseases. A Geographic Guide Eskild Petersen Infectious Diseases. A Geographic Guide Новинка

Eskild Petersen Infectious Diseases. A Geographic Guide

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This concise and practical guide describes infections in geographical areas and provides information on disease risk, concomitant infections (such as co-prevalence of HIV and tuberculosis) and emerging bacterial, viral and parasitic infections in a given geographical area of the world. Infectious Diseases: A Geographic Guide is divided according to United Nations world regions and addresses geographic disease profiles, presenting symptoms and incubation periods of infections. Each chapter contains a section on the coverage of the childhood vaccination programs in the countries included in that region. Chapters also include descriptions of infectious disease risk and problems with resistant bacteria in each region (e.g. antibiotic resistance in Salmonella infections in Southeast Asia). For the clinician, this book is a tool to generate differential diagnoses by considering the geographical history, as well the presenting symptoms and duration of illness. For the travel medicine specialist, this book provides information on risks of different diseases at various destinations and is particularly useful in advising long-term travelers.
Krishno Das Saha,Masuda Islam and Md. Hanif Effect Of Bioslurry, Oilcake and Vermicompost in Saline Soil Krishno Das Saha,Masuda Islam and Md. Hanif Effect Of Bioslurry, Oilcake and Vermicompost in Saline Soil Новинка

Krishno Das Saha,Masuda Islam and Md. Hanif Effect Of Bioslurry, Oilcake and Vermicompost in Saline Soil

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In Bangladesh (147, 570 km2) coastal region covers almost 20% (29,000 km2) of the country and also it covers more than 30% of the cultivable lands of the country where 53% of the coastal areas are affected by salinity. The success of sustainable agriculture in coastal region is very much dependent upon the availability of cheap and good quality organic amendments. Among the sources of available organic amendments vermicompost, oilcake and bioslurry may beneficial due to having potential source of readily available plant nutrients, growth enhancing substances, and a number of beneficial microorganisms like nitrogen fixing, P solubilizing, reducing salinity and cellulose decomposing organisms. In Bangladesh, application of low cost and available organic amendments may be a good strategy for the management of high saline soil and also for the availability of nutrients for soil and plants. The present investigation deals with the amelioration of salinity and nutrient availability of saline soils (collected from Batiaghata Upazilla under Khulna District in Bangladesh) through the use of organic amendments such as vermicompost, oilcake and bioslurry.
Matthias Breuer Gegenwartiger Wandel im Fahrradtourismus Matthias Breuer Gegenwartiger Wandel im Fahrradtourismus Новинка

Matthias Breuer Gegenwartiger Wandel im Fahrradtourismus

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Masterarbeit aus dem Jahr 2013 im Fachbereich Geowissenschaften / Geographie - Sonstiges, Note: 1,0, Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck (Institut für Geographie), Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: This study analyses the spatial expansion in bicycle tourism due to the innovation of electric bicycles (e-bikes) in German-speaking countries. Until recently cycling destinations were mainly limited to flatter regions. This study's objective is to evaluate whether the advent of electric bicycles expands the spatial potential for (electric) cycle tourism in any topographic setting. By means of an online survey of e-bike rental companies and expert interviews with the regional project coordinators, this study compares supply and demand of three sample destinations with different landscape types: the Tauber River valley region and the southern Black Forest Mittelgebirge in Germany as well as the Schladming-Dachstein alpine region in Austria. The results show that most tourists used the e-bike offers spontaneously and chose the destination by other motivations. However, the study also shows that many of these tourists would not consider a bike tour on a normal bicycle. Thus, for many tourists e-bikes hold the potential to extend the radius of the actively usable tourist areas in mountainous destinations. Although all sample regions record a slowly growing demand of e-bike users, the outcome did not quite meet most tourism service provider's expectations. Therefore, it is conclude...
Md Salauddin Ahamed What is the future of tourism in Bangladesh. A study on how to attract foreign visitors to choose Bangladesh as a holiday destination Md Salauddin Ahamed What is the future of tourism in Bangladesh. A study on how to attract foreign visitors to choose Bangladesh as a holiday destination Новинка

Md Salauddin Ahamed What is the future of tourism in Bangladesh. A study on how to attract foreign visitors to choose Bangladesh as a holiday destination

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Scientific Study from the year 2017 in the subject Tourism, , course: Business Research - BUS 301, language: English, abstract: Bangladesh offers excellent travel and leisure possibilities. It is possible when it comes to constant financial development, proper area with regard to local online connectivity, overflowing organic as well as historic elegance, varied scenery such as basic countries, hillsides, streams as well as ocean places and so on. It is eco-friendly basic property, medium-height hilly variety along with evergreen trees and shrubs, exotic ocean seashores and also the biggest mangrove woodland within its elegance basket. Numerous experts get illustrated that will desired destination impression along with tourists' invest in judgments are generally confidently correlated, this can be a crucial matter in the individual's take a trip invest in similar determination generating, since particular person traveler's achievement which has a take a trip invest in is determined by a comparison involving his/her hope regarding the desired destination or possibly a in the past placed desired destination impression, along with in his/her observed functionality in the desired destination, it can be a crucial determinant. This important complications connected with travel with Bangladesh usually are in excess of people, healthy catastrophes, redundancy, political problems. There are a lot in vacation comforts on Bangladesh. Yet sometimes details of the usually are ...
Chandra Sharmila Island Subsidence in the Sunderbans - A Myth or a Reality. Chandra Sharmila Island Subsidence in the Sunderbans - A Myth or a Reality. Новинка

Chandra Sharmila Island Subsidence in the Sunderbans - A Myth or a Reality.

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The Sunderbans of India and Bangladesh form the largest prograding delta and the most extensive mangrove gene pool of the world. Climate change and consequent sea level rise, accompanied by coastal erosion threaten the islands here with complete destruction. Natural disasters, particularly meteorological, play havoc in this part of the world. The region is geomorphologically unstable and prone to tidal oscillations. Constant change in morphology and geotectonics is a common feature here so that the islands are repeatedly built and rebuilt. Existing islands disappear and new ones are born from time to time. The Indian Sunderbans form one of the most densely populated areas of the subcontinent. In view of the vulnerable condition and the growing population of the region, certain remedies must be undertaken immediately.
W. Andrew Terrill, Strategic Studies Institute Jordanian National Security And The Future Of Middle East Stability W. Andrew Terrill, Strategic Studies Institute Jordanian National Security And The Future Of Middle East Stability Новинка

W. Andrew Terrill, Strategic Studies Institute Jordanian National Security And The Future Of Middle East Stability

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The United States and Jordan have maintained a valuable mutually-supportive relationship for decades as a result of shared interests in a moderate, prosperous, and stable Middle East. In this monograph, Dr. W. Andrew Terrill highlights Jordan's ongoing value as a U.S. ally and considers ways the U.S.-Jordanian alliance might be used to contain and minimize problems of concern to both countries. Although Jordan is not a large country, it is an important geographical crossroads within the Middle East and has been deeply involved in many of the most important events in the region's recent history. Now, the importance of this relationship has increased, and Jordan has emerged as a vital U.S. ally in the efforts to stabilize Iraq and also resist violent extremism and terrorism throughout the region.
Ahmed Yasser The Typological Characteristics in Kokbrok Ahmed Yasser The Typological Characteristics in Kokbrok Новинка

Ahmed Yasser The Typological Characteristics in Kokbrok

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The book introduces a linguistic pragmatic study of the major language called Kokbrok,a Tibeto-Burman language, which is spoken in Tripura, an Indian state and a linguistic area near Bangladesh. According to the native speakers, Kokbrok means "Man Language". Also, the study is based on the syntactic, lexical, morphological and phonological levels. Kokbrok, to some extent, offers all kinds of verbs including psychological verbs which are not found either in English or even in some SALs,South Asian Languages.It is sayable that the study covers most of the typological features that are existed in any other language. Moreover, the study is a steady foundation and contains reliable data for any future research. It contains some information about the languages, people, religions and other things in the State of Tripura.
Anthony Dzik The Pillars of Kedvale Avenue. A Geography of a Chicago West Side Neighborhood in the 1960s Anthony Dzik The Pillars of Kedvale Avenue. A Geography of a Chicago West Side Neighborhood in the 1960s Новинка

Anthony Dzik The Pillars of Kedvale Avenue. A Geography of a Chicago West Side Neighborhood in the 1960s

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A geographical study of an urban village on Chicago's West Side in the 1960s. Book examines the social, commercial, and industrial geography of the neighborhood bounded by North Avenue, Pulaski Road, Chicago Avenue, and the Belt Line Railway (Kilpatrick Avenue).
N. M. Refat Nasher Climate Change and Irrigation Nexus N. M. Refat Nasher Climate Change and Irrigation Nexus Новинка

N. M. Refat Nasher Climate Change and Irrigation Nexus

3944 руб.
Climate change is more concerned as its effect. A great variety of Green House Gas emission sources in the World. An agricultural country, like Bangladesh cultivated hundreds of thousands hectors of land. The energy source of this irrigation purpose is fossil fuel,mainly diesel. Burning fossil fuel in irrigation system is also a vital source of Green House Gas Emission,not clearly recognized. Tones of Carbon dioxide gas emitted from fossil fuel burning in agricultural field. The Government of an agricultural country should take proper steps to reduce the Green House Gas emission from irrigation sector. The alternative sources might define to solve this problem. In Bangladesh,it is already seen that a dramatic changes occurred regarding the source of energy in irrigation. Most of diesel engine replaced by Electric Motor in Bangladesh. A new era started in irrigation with the use of renewable energy source. Now, the Government of Bangladesh introduces solar system for irrigation energy source. In the coming future,the solar energy might be the lion’s share of energy source of irrigation in Bangladesh. This initiative will take a good look for clean and green environment,reducing GHG.
Md. Saidur Rahman, Mohammed Shamsuddin Progesterone ELISA Improve the Understanding of Buffalo Reproduction Md. Saidur Rahman, Mohammed Shamsuddin Progesterone ELISA Improve the Understanding of Buffalo Reproduction Новинка

Md. Saidur Rahman, Mohammed Shamsuddin Progesterone ELISA Improve the Understanding of Buffalo Reproduction

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Buffalo plays an important role in livestock economy over Asia. Among other livestock species the Buffalo is the second most versatile component in relation to existing integrated agricultural farming system in Bangladesh. Reproductive management of buffalo is a foremost concern because of inaccuracy to detect oestrus and pregnancy and all are associated with significant economic losses. Nowadays application of assisted reproductive technologies resembling milk progesterone ELISA, Ultrasonography is successfully improves our understanding on Buffalo Reproduction of Bangladesh. Milk progesterone ELISA was first introduced by Khan et al, (2008) in Bangladesh through Field Fertility Clinic Laboratory (FFC), Bangladesh Agricultural University. Recently milk progesterone ELISA is one of the regularly practiced techniques in Bangladesh to evaluate ovarian cyclicity, oestrus, pregnancy and non-pregnancy status of buffalo, which helps the farmers to maintain the profitable dairy farming.
Sabina Sultana and Shaikh Shamim Hasan Impact of Micro-credit on Empowerment of Rural Women in Bangladesh Sabina Sultana and Shaikh Shamim Hasan Impact of Micro-credit on Empowerment of Rural Women in Bangladesh Новинка

Sabina Sultana and Shaikh Shamim Hasan Impact of Micro-credit on Empowerment of Rural Women in Bangladesh

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The main focus of the study was to assess the impacts of microcredit on rural women’ empowerment in terms of increased income, ownership of assets, gender awareness and improvement of livelihood of the women. The study was conducted in Gazipur Sadar Upazila under Gazipur District of Bangladesh. A total of 90 respondents, 45 from BRAC and 45 from non-BRAC women were randomly selected for the study. It was revealed that the majority of BRAC women and non- BRAC women had no income from agricultural sources. It was also found that in case of agricultural sources, 20% of BRAC women belong to the high to very high -income category while not a single non- BRAC women had high to very high income. Personal income of BRAC women’s was more than non-BRAC women and their involvement agricultural and non- agricultural were high. About half of the non- BRAC women had no increased productive assets in the last one year. In case of BRAC women the value of increasing assets were small to medium. It was found that most of the BRAC women’s decision making power have been changed and it was higher than non- BRAC women in the study area.
Md. Nazrul Islam and Repon Mahmud Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies of Cyclones in Bangladesh Md. Nazrul Islam and Repon Mahmud Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies of Cyclones in Bangladesh Новинка

Md. Nazrul Islam and Repon Mahmud Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies of Cyclones in Bangladesh

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Bangladesh is one of the most disaster prone countries in the world. Over last 40 years different scales of cyclones have been affecting the country with loss of valuable lives and property. This research is illustrated by the cyclonic impact scenarios obtained from 1960-2010 in Bangladesh especially on coastal environment. The scenarios of this study shows that the November 12, 1970 cyclone ‘Bhola’ killed 500,000 peoples and April 29, 1991 cyclone ‘Gorky’ killed more than 130,000 Bangladeshis and left some 10 million homeless. Super cyclone ‘Sidr’ hits on 15 November in 2007. Bangladesh is a landing ground of cyclones because of the funnel shaped coast of the Bay of Bengal. The findings of this study are the main challenges to adaptation with coastal disasters are erratic poverty, shortage of cyclone centers, lack of modern technology, traditional cyclone warning system and coastal poor people careless mind respective custom and religion. In the recent years the developed nations have already had the opportunity to adapt with coastal disasters but unfortunately they take no consideration of the developing countries that are still in that challenging phase.
Mehebub Zaman The Prospects of Eco Tax in Bangladesh Mehebub Zaman The Prospects of Eco Tax in Bangladesh Новинка

Mehebub Zaman The Prospects of Eco Tax in Bangladesh

8089 руб.
This study describes the prospects of revenue earning at different sectors in Bangladesh specially those sectors are responsible for environment pollution. The tax-GDP ratio in Bangladesh is less than 10% and is the lowest among the South Asian countries. However, in order to mobilize internal resources, a strong and efficient tax system is necessary. To strengthen this taxation system, one of the most effective tax all over the world, environmental revenue should be added to our existing taxation system. That would be effective in both sector, our national economy and our environment.
Gias Uddin The Politics of Police Reform in Bangladesh Gias Uddin The Politics of Police Reform in Bangladesh Новинка

Gias Uddin The Politics of Police Reform in Bangladesh

9052 руб.
Police Reform, described as 'too hot to handle' by Stephen Savage, is a critical issue in the developing democracies. Bangladesh, a former British Colony as part of the British ruled India, liberated in 1971, is still governed by the 19th Century British Laws which is long overdue to reform. The Police Act of 1861 is yet to be reformed to fulfill the requirements of democracy. The Government initiated Police Reform Programme (PRP), supported by Department for International Development (DFID) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), has been struggling to be implemented to reform the Police 'Force' of Bangladesh towards a Police 'Service'. This book has mainly focused on the complex issues of Policing and Police Reforms in Bangladesh with special emphasis on the Police Reform regard to developing democracies.
Alea Yeasmin and Md. Wahiduzzaman Ocean Climate Variables Alea Yeasmin and Md. Wahiduzzaman Ocean Climate Variables Новинка

Alea Yeasmin and Md. Wahiduzzaman Ocean Climate Variables

3944 руб.
This paper analyzes to investigate the variability and trends of temperature over Bangladesh and its relation with ENSO (El Nino Southern Oscillation). The data of temperature for 30 selected rain gauge stations of Bangladesh have been used over a period of 57 years (1948-2004) collected from Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD) and ENSO data have been downloaded from the website ( of Golden Gate Weather Services, Canada. The data are analyzed using different statistical parameters. The major findings of the study are that the distribution of temperature shows that the maximum temperature has two peaks, the first peak occurs in April and the second one in September. More details are described in the book.
Kabirul Bashar and Md. Selim Reza Dragonflies & Damselflies in Bangladesh Kabirul Bashar and Md. Selim Reza Dragonflies & Damselflies in Bangladesh Новинка

Kabirul Bashar and Md. Selim Reza Dragonflies & Damselflies in Bangladesh

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A faunistic study of Odonata (Dragonfly and Damselfly) was carried out in Bangladesh. A total of forty eight (48) species of Odonates belonging to thirty one genera, eight families and two sub-orders were recorded from the sampling areas. Among them, twenty five (25) species of Dragonflies under three families and twenty three (23) species of Damselflies under five families were recorded. The highest and lowest numbers of Odonata species were observed in Jahangirnagar university campus (31 species) and Bandarban (23 species) respectively. The diversity of Odonata species was peak during the post-monsoon season (45 species). Highest numbers of species were identified in Libellulidae family whereas lowest numbers were observed in Gomphidae, Lestidae, Calopterygidae and Protoneuridae family. Rhyothemis variegata was the dominant species (13.03%) of Dragonfly but in Damselfly, Agriocnemis pygmaea was the abundant species (13.97%) among all collected Odonata.
Md. Sohag Macroeconomic Situation of Bangladesh Md. Sohag Macroeconomic Situation of Bangladesh Новинка

Md. Sohag Macroeconomic Situation of Bangladesh

8927 руб.
There is a wide range of suspicion about the pros and corns of liberalizing the economy, like other developing countries, in Bangladesh, this is still a lively debate. There is no effective ground emphasizing trade liberalization and its impact on economy of Bangladesh. This book focuses on the three important macroeconomic issues: trade liberalization, real exchange rate and export diversification of Bangladesh by evaluating data from 1972 to 2007 through the help of unit root test, cointregation test and error correction method. This book will help the students and researchers to get in-depth knowledge on macroeconomic situation of Bangladesh.
Tasneem Sadia, Ahsan Ir MD Nasif Impact of Climate Change on Poverty. Evidence from Bangladesh Tasneem Sadia, Ahsan Ir MD Nasif Impact of Climate Change on Poverty. Evidence from Bangladesh Новинка

Tasneem Sadia, Ahsan Ir MD Nasif Impact of Climate Change on Poverty. Evidence from Bangladesh

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Bangladesh is one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change. The increasing risks from climate change, sea level rise, and natural and man-made hazards-such as cyclones, storm surge, flooding, land erosion, water logging, and salinity intrusion in soil and water have already adversely affected livelihoods of people living in environmentally fragile areas. Considering the possible effects of climate change in the coastal area this study deals with the land ownership pattern and per capita consumption (which is a proxy for poverty).One of the significant results from this study shows positive relation between consumption expenditure (measurement of poverty) and land ownership. Hence, land ownership becomes a crucial factor for capacity of the households while facing challenges of both poverty and vulnerability.So these empirical study-findings conclude that possible effects of climate change worsen poverty in coastal Bangladesh.
Akter MD Alamgir Indigenous Medicinal Plant Species in Bangladesh Akter MD Alamgir Indigenous Medicinal Plant Species in Bangladesh Новинка

Akter MD Alamgir Indigenous Medicinal Plant Species in Bangladesh

9202 руб.
Once there was enormous number of medicinal plant species in Bangladesh and it is now in alarming situation. Though still now there is vast number of medicinal plant species present in some parts of the country. The reader can learn many things from this book and he or she will be gained a lot of knowledge from it. It is very much helpful for researchers specially for Forest Scientist, Environmental Specialist, Ecologist, Biodiversity Specialist, Herbal Medicine Doctors etc. So, it is for everybody who want to know about South Asia (Bangladesh)
Getahun Kumie The Role of Hydropower for Regional Integration. The Case of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Getahun Kumie The Role of Hydropower for Regional Integration. The Case of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Новинка

Getahun Kumie The Role of Hydropower for Regional Integration. The Case of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

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Master's Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Africa, grade: Very Good, Addis Ababa University (Department of Politcal Science and International Relations), course: International Relations, language: English, abstract: The commencement of Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) on April 2, 2011 dictates significant change on the ground which challenges the hydro political status quo of the Nile basin. The construction of the dam facilitates discussion among states of the region over the impacts of the dam and the possibilities of future utilization of the River. Thus, this study attempted to investigate the role of GERD for regional integration. The researcher attempted to examine the role of GERD for regional integration in the Horn of Africa in view of challenges and prospects ahead. In addition, the study tried to analyze the role of GERD for maintaining peace and stability in the region and also its implications for Ethiopia. Methodologically, the research is based on a qualitative research approach. The study has used secondary sources. It also used primary data through in-depth interview with officials and experts from relevant institutions and authorities. The available sources are analyzed by using descriptive and explanatory research approaches. The major findings of the study reveal that GERD will be a catalyst for regional integration in the Horn of Africa through providing energy interconnection and creating econo...
Selina Akhter Impact of Conditional Cash Transfers on school enrolement. A case study of secondary education in Bangladesh Selina Akhter Impact of Conditional Cash Transfers on school enrolement. A case study of secondary education in Bangladesh Новинка

Selina Akhter Impact of Conditional Cash Transfers on school enrolement. A case study of secondary education in Bangladesh

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Document from the year 2015 in the subject Sociology - Social System, Social Structure, Class, Social Stratification, grade: 75/100, The Australian National University (Crawford School of Public Policy), course: Research Project: POGO-8035, language: English, abstract: This study examines the impact of Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) on school enrolment of secondary education in Bangladesh. By analysing the existing literature the study makes an analytical framework which gives the premises for the understanding that how CCT works on student enrolment. After discussing the demand and supply side initiatives of CCT this paper examine the data of enrolment rate from 1973 to 2012.The data showed that CCT plays major role in increasing the girl's enrolment in secondary education of Bangladesh. However, the CCT has very little effects on boy's enrolment. The existing litterateur analysis showed that the reason behind the less impact of boys' enrolment is socio economic and inbuilt error of the existing programs.
Asif W. Newaz HACCP Based Quality Control System Asif W. Newaz HACCP Based Quality Control System Новинка

Asif W. Newaz HACCP Based Quality Control System

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Fisheries have been playing a vital role in the socio-economic development of Bangladesh from time immemorial. The country showed a very impressive growth in shrimp and fish processing industry in terms of foreign exchange earnings over last few years. For entering the major export market of Europe and North America with a safe and sound food product, complying HACCP, a worldwide recognized food safety standard, is obligatory. Although, remarkable improvements in infrastructural and quality management facilities have been undertaken at processing plants, post-harvest losses of prawn have been reported at grass root level. Giant freshwater prawn (M. rosenbergii) is considered one of the most important aquaculture products of Bangladesh for its palatability and consumer demand. The study was carried out to evaluate the level of HACCP implementation in prawn farms under Mymensingh region. Thorough investigation on overall condition of prawn farms, various water quality parameters, quality of feeds used, post harvest handling and preservation practices were made. This book, therefore, should be helpful for academicians, researchers and policy makers working on food safety issues.
Shikdar MD Socio-Economic Conditions of Bihari Community in Bangladesh Shikdar MD Socio-Economic Conditions of Bihari Community in Bangladesh Новинка

Shikdar MD Socio-Economic Conditions of Bihari Community in Bangladesh

8652 руб.
Relatively a huge number of populations who came from different parts of India mainly from Bihar after the partition of the sub-continent (Ahmed, 2003) in 1947 and settled in Bangladesh and opposed the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971 are known as Bihari, a stateless community, artificial minority or stranded Pakistanis. The Bihari community in Bangladesh is deprived of all rights. They are subject to deprivation. They could hardly manage jobs for themselves, which reflected their economic insecurity and food insecurity as well. Inadequate medical facilities in the camps indicated their insecurity of health, thereby becoming vulnerable to various diseases and poor health with debilitating illness. Absence of ownership of land is a violation of human rights. Personal security gets hampered due to identity crisis of the Bihari people because they are not considered citizens of Bangladesh .as well as they do not have any political rights (though court declared their voting right in 2008) to participate in party politics by which they could protect themselves from violation of human rights and other forms of criminal activities. They were excluded from mainstream society.
Lisbon Agreement for the Protection of Appellations of Origin and their International Registration (Chinese edition) Lisbon Agreement for the Protection of Appellations of Origin and their International Registration (Chinese edition) Новинка

Lisbon Agreement for the Protection of Appellations of Origin and their International Registration (Chinese edition)

2639 руб.
The aim of the Agreement is to provide for the protection of appellations of origin, i.e., the "geographical denomination of a country, region, or locality, which serves to designate a product originating therein, the quality or characteristics of which are due exclusively or essentially to the geographical environment, including natural and human factors" (Article 2).
Lisbon Agreement for the Protection of Appellations of Origin and their International Registration (Russian edition) Lisbon Agreement for the Protection of Appellations of Origin and their International Registration (Russian edition) Новинка

Lisbon Agreement for the Protection of Appellations of Origin and their International Registration (Russian edition)

2639 руб.
The aim of the Agreement is to provide for the protection of appellations of origin, i.e., the "geographical denomination of a country, region, or locality, which serves to designate a product originating therein, the quality or characteristics of which are due exclusively or essentially to the geographical environment, including natural and human factors" (Article 2).

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Thesis (M.A.) from the year 2008 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Development Politics, grade: Merit, University of Birmingham, course: International Development, language: English, abstract: Climate change is a global concern with its impending threats to economies, human development and the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals. Climate change impacts are currently being observed and studies show that poor countries are the most vulnerable. Using Bangladesh as a case study, this research examines the impacts of climate change to poor, rural communities and further explores the measures that are carried out to combat its existing and future threats. This research also aims to look into the existing socio-economic vulnerabilities of Bangladesh in order to establish the linkage between climate change and development. Findings of this study show that poor communities are impacted by climate change through the loss of lives, assets and livelihoods. Adaptation to climate change is therefore necessary and should be integrated in development planning and objectives, to ensure that the most vulnerable groups are represented. Overall this research has observed that Bangladesh is still lacking this capacity, despite the spontaneous adaptation being practised by local communities. This study has further observed that the most common response in addressing climate change impacts to vulnerable communities in Bangladesh is community-based adaptation, whi...
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