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Fundamental principles of Constitution/State Policy (Bangladesh)


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Fundamental principles of Constitution/State Policy (Bangladesh)

  1. 1. W elcome to Our P resentation
  2. 2. F undamental P rinciples of Constitution/ Stat eP olicy
  3. 3. Prepared By: Mohammad Sihab Uddin Sujan Dept. of Marketing (19th Batch) University of Chittagong. Email:
  4. 4. Fundamental Principles T rust and faith in the Almighty Allah.  It shall be the basis. F undamental to governance of B angladesh. the
  5. 5. Promotion of local government institution E ncouraging. Giving representation to peasants.
  6. 6. Participation of women E nsure participation of women.
  7. 7. Democracy and human rights
  8. 8. T he democratic Republic.
  9. 9. P articipation by the people. E lecting representatives at all levels.
  10. 10. Secularism and freedom of religion  [Secularism and freedom of religionomitted by article 5 of the proclamations (Amendment) Order. 1977 (P roclamations Order No. 1 of 1977].
  11. 11. Principles of Ownership Own the instruments. Control means of production and distribution.
  12. 12. Emancipation of peasants and workers
  13. 13. Provisions of basic necessities Attain— # a constant increase of productive forces and # cultural standard of living of the people.
  14. 14. Rural development and agricultural revolution the promotion of an agricultural revolution.
  15. 15.  the  the provision of rural electrification development of cottage and other industries.
  16. 16. Free and compulsory education E xtending free and compulsory education to all children.
  17. 17. E stablishing a uniform and universal system of education. P roducing trained and motivated citizens.
  18. 18. Public Health and morality  Raising of the level of nutrition  Improvement of public health.
  19. 19. P revent prostitution and gambling.
  20. 20. Equal of Opportunity
  21. 21.  Removing inequality. social and economic
  22. 22. Work as a right and duty W ork is a right, a duty. E veryone shall be paid for his work.
  23. 23. Duties of citizens and of public servants  Observing the Constitution and the laws,-# to maintain discipline, # to perform public duties and
  24. 24. # to protect public property.
  25. 25. Separation of Judiciary from the executive
  26. 26. National culture
  27. 27.  Conserving the cultural traditions.  Improving language the national
  28. 28. National monuments, etc. #P rotection against disfigurement,  damage or  removal of monuments. all
  29. 29. Promotion of international peace, security and solidarity  Striving for the renunciation of the use of force in international relations.  Uphold the right of every people freely to determine and build up its# own social, # economic and # political system.
  30. 30. Thank You……