Bangladesh Essay Topics

Term Paper on Forest Resource Management in Bangladesh

Introduction Forests are a very important source of natural resources like wood, bamboo, thatching material etc. It also has a great influence on the environment like climate, water availability, soil erosion, flood and nutrient turnover. It is also the last portion of the world’s fauna and flora. Wood which is the main forest produce has… View Article

Bangladeshi Women in Bricklane

“I always said I will not marry and be sent far away. I will go no farther than these paddy fields. But our mother told us we must not run from our fate. What cannot be changed must be borne. The test of life is to endure.” Through such representation of gender and focus on… View Article

Digital Bangladesh

Digital Bangladesh means a computerised Bangladesh which is yet to be fully for Bangladesh or any other country going digital is no lunury but a necessity in the 21st century. Realing this fact our admistration under the able leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has taken up Digital Bangladesh as its slogan. The modern era… View Article

Eve-Teasing: an Insidious Reality of Bangladesh

Boalmari is a small town in the Faridpur district of Bangladesh. Boalmari is Shanta has lived her 17 years old life till now. It’s a ten minutes’ walk from her home to school. Each and every weekday those twenty minutes become the most painful moments of her life. She feels like going in and out… View Article

Composition: Barisal

Hometown is the city or town where one grows up, or the place of one’s principal residence.It is a place where one passes the lion’s share of his lifetime in the midst of peace, tranquility and joy. It is not required to be the birthplace, although the two can be the same place. The name… View Article

Genocide of Bangladesh

In the beginning of 1971, West Pakistan attempted to eliminate the Bengali culture in Eastern Pakistan. With the formation of the Bengali nationalists creating their own country, the liberation war occurred in Bangladesh which caused the genocide. In reality the liberation war was a smoke screen to hide the genocide that was being committed on… View Article

Pest Analysis on Rmg Sectors in Bangladesh

We traveled Cox’s Bazar two times on the year of 2008 and 2010. We went there by bus and stayed for a few days in the rest house of Bangladesh Power Development Board. We visited Teknaf, Saint Martin (it’s a rock beach),Himchori, Mohesh Khali Island, Enani beach, Dulahazra Safari Park etc. We went Chera Dip… View Article

Real Estate Business in Bangladesh

Abstract: The term business communication is used for all messages that we send and receive for official purpose like running a business, managing an organization, conducting the formal affairs of a voluntary organization and so on. Business communication is marked by formality as against personal and social Communication. The success of any business to a… View Article

ASA Bangladesh

ASA stands for Association for Social Advancement, which is a non-governmental organization aiming at helping poor people to get out of poverty. Bangladesh earned its independence in 1971, but because of the war, the whole country needed to be reconstructed. The unstable and bureaucratic political system slowed down the speed of economic development. In the… View Article

Labour Unrest

The export-oriented apparel industry of Bangladesh, popularly known as readymade garment (RMG) or simply the garment industry occupies a unique position in economy of Bangladesh. It is the largest exporting industry, which experienced a phenomenal growth during the last three decades. By taking advantage of cheap labour and quota-based market in the USA and EU… View Article

Muhammad Yunus and the Grameen Bank

Executive summary : The Grameen Bank of Bangladesh created the model for large-scale “micro lending” in the developing world, in the process becoming an institution known and respected internationally for a creative and effective approach to poverty alleviation. Grameen’s willingness to make extremely small loans at relatively modest rates of interest to borrowers without traditional… View Article

The Rivers of Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a land of rivers and rivulets. These rivers are the blessings of Creator and pride to us. From high above they look like silvery lines crisscrossed over the green land of our country. Almost all the rivers of our country are originated from the Himalayas and flow into the Bay of Bengal. The… View Article

Digital Bangladesh

Effective Digital Bangladesh: concepts, values perspectives of Third world We all love our country Bangladesh. As a Bangladeshi, we have different perception, religious beliefs, and contingency of thoughts, available information and correcting response of emerging issues, which are affecting our personal life with changing the environmental. Now all of the Bangladeshi people have been known… View Article

Liberation War of Bangladesh

Our liberation is the greatest achievement in our national life. The War of Liberation of Bangladesh took place in the history in 1971. We had been under Pakistani rule for twenty five years. The Pakistani rulers and their vested interest group began to treat East Pakistan as a colony gof West Pakistan. Therefore, under the… View Article

Bangladesh: Would Rana Plaza Be a Game Changer

Cupidity. Cronyism. Corruption. These blend into a lethal Molotov Cocktail that if exploded, brings about pain, misery or death. There is enough empirical evidence accumulated to substantiate this premise. The unashamed misuse of power or callously exploiting access in the corridors of power, are black spots on governance, on accountability, and on humanity. One such… View Article

Bangladesh and Rohingha Issue

The Rohingya whom the BBC calls “ one of the world’s most persecuted minority groups”,are an ethnic, linguistic and Muslim people who reside in the Rakhine (historically known as Arakan) State , a geographically isolated area in western Burma, bordering Bangladesh. [1]They are related to the Indo-Aryan people of India and Bangladesh. As of 2012,… View Article

Bangladesh’s Burning Problem Alarms Globalization

On November 24th, 2012, Bangladesh’s garment industry was badly dented when a deadly fire broke out in a factory named “Tazreen” on the outskirts of Dhaka, killing an estimated 112 people who were sewing clothing for Wal-Mart, Sears, Sean “Diddy” Combs’ Enyce label, Disney and others. (cite source) The incident, the worst ever that the… View Article

Lux Soap Marketing Project

Executive Summary Unilever is a multinational consumer product manufacturing giant operating in over hundred countries all around the globe. Unilever Bangladesh is the Bangladesh chapter of Unilever, where the company holds 60.75% share whereas the Government of Peoples Republic of Bangladesh holds 39.25% share. Unilever’s one of the most popular brand is LUX. They segments… View Article

Agricultural Policy of Bangladesh

Agriculture is the dominant economic activity in Bangladesh and regarded as the lifeline of the Bangladesh economy. Its role is vital in enhancing productivity, profitability and employment in the rural areas for improving the wellbeing of the poor. As the largest private enterprise, agriculture (crops, livestock, fisheries and forestry) contributes about 21% of the GDP,… View Article

International Mother Language Day

UNESCO’s declaration of 21st February as the International Mother Language Day has brought fresh glory and prestige to Bangladesh which is making significant strides towards peace, progress and prosperity at home and discharging international obligations abroad. After 1952, the people of Bangladesh have been observing every year the 21st day of February as their glorious… View Article

Women entrepreneurship in bangladesh

Contribution of women in the economy is very important for the growth of socio-economic environment of Bangladesh. Without a meaningful and active participation of women, half of the total population, in regular economic activities, a dynamic and sustainable economy is impossible. In view of the need to bring the rural womenfolk in the development stream… View Article

Bangladesh newspaper

Bangla newspaper has a great importance from freedom war 1971 to present. Bangladeshi general peoples were being informed about the political, social and economical status and activities from Bangla newspaper during under Pakistani government. This is also major evidence of political activities in the past and present. The daily Prothom Alo and the daily Ittefaq… View Article

Berger Paints Bangladesh ltd

There are a large number of multi-national companies operating their businesses in Bangladesh. Berger Paints Bangladesh Limited is one of them. In fact, it is one of the leading multi-national companies in our country. Almost since the early inception of Bangladesh, it has been here with a view to produce high quality standard paints. In… View Article

The International Mother Language Day

Introduction: We are very proud because the UNESCO gas declared the 21st February as the International Mother Language Day. It is such a prestige that we cannot find the right words to express our sense of jubilation. How it happened: The 21st February, our Martyr’s Day, is unique in the history of the world in… View Article

Internship Report on Hr Practices in Popular Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

The term industrial tour refers to the process of preparing report on an industry by visiting it physically, observing its production process and gathering relevant data from the management personnel, analyzing and evaluating data, and findings and drawing comment on the performance of the industry. As the part of 4th year, we have visited Industrial… View Article

Capricious traffic police

A few days ago, while I was returning to Dhaka from Comilla, one of my friends called me in my mobile and wanted to know where I was. Right on that time I was in Kaanchpur Bridge. I told him that I was in Comilla. The thing is that was not untrue in the sense… View Article

Marketing strategy of Teletalk Banladesh

Executive Summary From the dawn of human civilization people use many ways to communicate with each other and those ways of communication were changed or updated time to time because of new innovation and demand. The power of telephony is a new enterprise culture, from banking to agriculture to healthcare. The opportunities that lie in… View Article