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To The Presentation Of
Climate, People & Race of Bangladesh
Presented By: GROUP-3
Dept. Of AIS
University Of Dhaka
Maliha Jahan 146
MD.Jasim Uddin Murad 105
Muhammad Naymur Rahman 110
Zunaet Jewel 158
Shohan Molla 116
Ardra Lailac 115
Climate of Bangladseh is
characterized by tropical
Types of Climate
Pre Monsoon Hot Season:
March to May
High temperature & Occurrence of Thunder storms
April is the hottest month
Rainfall 10%-25% of the annual total
Temperature varies approximately 27 to 38 degree
Humid rainy monsoon season:
June to October
Heavy & Long Consecutive Rainfall
Rainfall 70% -85% of the annual total
Temperature varies approximately 23 to 32 degree
Cool Dry Winter Season:
November to February
Low temperature ,Cool air blowing, Clear sky
& meager rainfall
January is coolest month
Temperature varies from 3 to 17 degree..
It is an extremely crucial issue and Bangladesh is the most vulnerable nation to the
impacts of climate change.
Effects: By 2020 millions of people
are projected to be affected by
The sea level rise
Extreme weather condition such as
As Bangladesh is a populas country
,she will have an extremely adverse
effect on food security
People of Bangladesh
♣98 percent of the total people are bangalees 16%
♣ Major religion is Muslim with 80 percent of total
♣ Second major religion is Hinduism with16
♣ Other religions include Buddhism and
♣ Extended families usually live together.
♣ The Bangladesh society is male dominated, and they're very
protective of their female relatives..
♣ In cities, most people live in apartment buildings.
♣ In urban slum areas, houses are made of bamboo structures with
a roof of bamboo or tin.
♣ In villages or rural areas people live in small clusters of bamboo
or mud huts.
♣ The main forms of transportation are buses rickshaws, and baby-taxis
♣ For more private transportation, most people walk or ride bike, and taxis are
expensive but safe.
♣ Rivers are used to transport people and goods throughout the country, and
railroads are also important.
♣ Phones are mostly in urban areas, and cell phones are beginning to fill the gap
in rural areas where there aren't any landlines.
♣ Televisions in homes are increasing, and most people have a radio.
Population of Bangladesh
Population: Net migration rate
total:16,10,83,804 -04 migrant(s)/1,000 population
Rural: 76.61% Infant mortality rate
Age structure total: 48.99 deaths/1,000 live births
0-14 years: 34.3% male: 51.48 deaths/1,000 live births
15-64 years: 61.1% female: 46.39 deaths/1,000 live births
65 years and over: 4.7%
Median age Population growth rate
total: 23.6 years 1.579%
male: 23.1 years
female: 24.1 years Urbanization
Birth rate urban population: 23.39% of total
22.53 births/1,000 population population
rate of urbanization: 3.1% annual
Death rate rate of change (2010-15 est.)
5.71 deaths/1,000 population (
Population of Bangladesh
Major cities - population
DHAKA (capital) 14.251 million
Chittagong 4.816 million
Khulna 1.636 million
Life expectancy at birth
total population: 70.06
male: 68.21 years
female: 71.98 years
definition: age 15 and over can read and write
total population: 56.8%
Total fertility rate
2.55 children born/woman
Race of people in Bangladesh
Race: “Race” is primarily a
sociological designation, identifying a
class sharing some outward physical
characteristics and some
commonalities of culture and history.
There are four race of people in
Dravidian element of population is mainly
represented by Oraons,a tribe of central
Features: The group is
With only a few thousand person.
The smallest category of race in the country.
Proto Australian tribes:
Khasia and Santals,mainly labourors in the
tea gardens at Sylhet.
Tipra , Garo , Chakma , Murang and Moghs are
the major Mongolian tribe in Bangladesh.
This group is consists of about 5,00,000 to
Mongolian people are confined to the hills along
the southern spur of the SHILLONG PLATEAU ,
in CHITTAGONG HILL TRACTS and Madhupur
The group is consists of about 98% of
the total population of the country.
This group is non-tribal and
heterogeneous in origin.