Public-Private Partnership Opportunities  to Ensure Inclusiveness & Quality in                Education               www....
Opportunities and Benefits of PPPPUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP                             www.e-asia.org
Public Private Partnership                                           The private sector comprises of:   A Public Private P...
Public Private PartnershipBenefits & Advantages Value for money for the taxpayer through optimal risk transfer and riskma...
A brief overview of the education sector of BangladeshEDUCATION SECTOR OFBANGLADESH                              www.e-asi...
Education Sector of BangladeshBasic Structure:                                         Tertiary Education                 ...
Education Sector of BangladeshOpportunities for ICT to contributeInfrastructure      Opportunity to improve the communica...
Education Sector of BangladeshUtilizing the power of ICT will significantlycomplement the teaching efforts. IntegratingICT...
Global Demand for TalentsBangladesh Must Prepare to Meet the ChallengeTHE ERA OFKNOWLEDGE ECONOMY                         ...
The Era of Knowledge EconomyPoints to keep in mind Technological Developmentdemanding changing skills requirement Excell...
Source: World Bank               Female Secondary School Stipend Project (FSP) in Bangladesh               CASE STUDY     ...
Female Secondary School Stipend Project (FSP) in Bangladesh                                                           “A c...
Female Secondary School Stipend Project (FSP) in Bangladesh                                                         “Fifty...
GPIT’s initiatives to ensure inclusiveness & quality in educationGPIT ACADEMIC ALLIANCEPROGRAM                            ...
GPIT Academic Alliance Program                                                             Connect with                   ...
GPIT Academic Alliance Program            Ensuring talent pool                            Creating                        ...
Public Private Partnership and Future ProspectsTHE WAY FORWARD         www.e-asia.org
PPP and Future Prospects | The Way ForwardThe focus can be on modernizing academicsystem, primary to tertiary             ...
So, let’s join hands and come forwardLet’s contribute to the development of Bangladesh      Together, let’s create a Digit...
Syeda Yasmin Rahman                       Chief People Officer                Email: yasmin.rahman@gpit.com               ...
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  1. 1. Public-Private Partnership Opportunities to Ensure Inclusiveness & Quality in Education www.e-asia.org
  2. 2. Opportunities and Benefits of PPPPUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP www.e-asia.org
  3. 3. Public Private Partnership The private sector comprises of: A Public Private Partnership can bedescribed as a co-operation between The local private companies the Public and the Private sector, in which the government and the  The global private companies private sector carry out a project together on the basis of an agreed  Local and International NGOsdivision of tasks and risks, each party retaining its own identity and  International donors responsibilities  Philanthropists and others www.e-asia.org
  4. 4. Public Private PartnershipBenefits & Advantages Value for money for the taxpayer through optimal risk transfer and riskmanagement Creation of added value through synergies between public authoritiesand private sector companies, in particular, through the integration andcross transfer of public and private sector skills, knowledge and expertise Competition and greater construction capacity (including theparticipation of overseas firms, especially in joint ventures and partneringarrangements) Innovation and diversity in the provision of public services Effective utilization of state assets to the benefit of all users of publicservices www.e-asia.org
  5. 5. A brief overview of the education sector of BangladeshEDUCATION SECTOR OFBANGLADESH www.e-asia.org
  6. 6. Education Sector of BangladeshBasic Structure: Tertiary Education XI - XII Higher Secondary Education VI - X Secondary Education I-V Primary EducationStatistics of the Sector: No. of Academic No. of No. of Students Institutions Teachers Tertiary (Public+Private) 82 14.8K 464K Higher Secondary (Public+Private) 3324 87K 2.3 Million Secondary Education 19040 218K 7.5 Million (Public+Private) Primary Education (Public+Private) 82674 381K 17Million *Bangladesh Bureau of Education Information and Statistics, 2010 www.e-asia.org
  7. 7. Education Sector of BangladeshOpportunities for ICT to contributeInfrastructure  Opportunity to improve the communication effectiveness between teachers and students for better learning  Scope to encourage critical thinking using the vast resources from internet  Developing fundamental support regarding motivation for learning and individual learning styles using ICTCurriculum  Necessity for modernization; updating and restructuring for effective learning More emphasis on the English language; especially required for the Science related subjects that requires standard English terminology  Embracing interactive and media rich educational content for effective learning (e-curriculum)Teachers to adopt ICT and apply blended approach towards teaching methods  Digital way of learning and sharing information  Continuous change www.e-asia.org
  8. 8. Education Sector of BangladeshUtilizing the power of ICT will significantlycomplement the teaching efforts. IntegratingICT into everyday learning can enrich thecurriculum while inspiring individual learning Ratio Analysis: Students vs.styles Teachers 1 Multimedia methodRemote access through web-camOn-line learningVirtual class roomShare-point 41VDO Teacher StudentSelf-learning (cost effective)On-line examinations (Green living)E-book (environmentally friendly)Affordable laptops/desktopsIT Lab www.e-asia.org
  9. 9. Global Demand for TalentsBangladesh Must Prepare to Meet the ChallengeTHE ERA OFKNOWLEDGE ECONOMY www.e-asia.org
  10. 10. The Era of Knowledge EconomyPoints to keep in mind Technological Developmentdemanding changing skills requirement Excellence in the areas of science andresearch Demand for Multi Tasking and CrossFunctional knowledge Continuous and dynamic developmentof information and knowledge www.e-asia.org
  11. 11. Source: World Bank Female Secondary School Stipend Project (FSP) in Bangladesh CASE STUDY SUCCESS STORIES OF PPP www.e-asia.org
  12. 12. Female Secondary School Stipend Project (FSP) in Bangladesh “A clear success The Female Secondary School Stipend Project (FSP) in story has been in Bangladesh was established in 1982 to increase the Bangladesh, where the use of a stipend enrollment of girls in secondary schools. to help the families meet the cost of It was launched nationally in 1994 and funded by the secondary education, has World Bank, Asian Development Bank, Norwegian contributed to that Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD) and country’s impressive Bangladesh Government. progress in raising secondary school enrollment.” New programs are focusing on improving the quality of - World Bank (2004) teachers and school management through training programs. www.e-asia.org
  13. 13. Female Secondary School Stipend Project (FSP) in Bangladesh “Fifty percent of our Girls Enrollment (In Million) population is females. If you deprive them of 3.9 education, the nation cannot progress. An uneducated mother cannot guide her child. I 1.1 am glad we now will have more educated mothers thanks to the 1991 2005 stipend program,” says Manzoor, a teacher at Results the Kaliakoir Pilot Girls  Girls’ enrollment spiked 67 percent in 17 years. High School in Female enrollment, as a percentage of total Gazipur, northwest of enrollment, increased from 33 percent in 1991 to 48 Dhaka. percent in 1997 and close to 55 percent in 2008. www.e-asia.org
  14. 14. GPIT’s initiatives to ensure inclusiveness & quality in educationGPIT ACADEMIC ALLIANCEPROGRAM www.e-asia.org
  15. 15. GPIT Academic Alliance Program Connect with Experts in the Academic Arena• Discovering and developing Leverage Efforts Exploring and Resources Opportunitiesopportunities for the local talentsto grow OBJECTIVE OF THE• Synergy in building quality PROGRAMresources Increase Research & Effectiveness Development• Strengthen tie between industry and Alignmentand academic institution Direct and Co- Create The Future www.e-asia.org
  16. 16. GPIT Academic Alliance Program Ensuring talent pool Creating Providing the for resource opportunities for opportunity to the requirment research and students for practical development on ICT work orientationOctober 5, 2011 October 24, 2011MoU signing ceremony with Shahjalal University of Science MoU signing ceremony with North South University (NSU)and Technology (SUST) www.e-asia.org
  17. 17. Public Private Partnership and Future ProspectsTHE WAY FORWARD www.e-asia.org
  18. 18. PPP and Future Prospects | The Way ForwardThe focus can be on modernizing academicsystem, primary to tertiary “From a national perspective, e-education is an important strategy for adapting the workforce to the technological revolution.“ Curriculum Training the Reform Teachers Upgrading the ICT infrastructure in the Academic Institutions www.e-asia.org
  19. 19. So, let’s join hands and come forwardLet’s contribute to the development of Bangladesh Together, let’s create a Digital Nation www.e-asia.org
  20. 20. Syeda Yasmin Rahman Chief People Officer Email: yasmin.rahman@gpit.com www.gpit.cominfo@gpit.com sales@gpit.com career@gpit.com www.e-asia.org

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