Compulsory free primary education

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One the factors that helps to develop the mind of a man is education. It leads a man from darkness to light. Education is the backbone of a nation. No nation can prosper without it. And of all kinds of education for a country as well as in the life of an individual is very great.
Bangladesh has made some significant progress in primary education in recent years. At present, there are about 60,000 primary schools in our country. But yet, the number is not sufficient to provide accommodation for all children. Moreover all the poor parents do not sent their children to primary schools for receiving education owing one do not complete their primary course. As a result, the majority of our people is still illiterate.
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Primary education is the founding phase where the citizens would grow with a certain vision and competence. Without education a man leads an accused life. He cannot develop any idea or good conception about life. Education removes darkness and enlightens mind. A man should keep his accounts, make his correspondence, read the newspaper and should be conscious about the right of his citizenship. So, in order to ensure the welfare of the people of a country, they must be given education at least up to the primary level.
The present state of primary education in Bangladesh is riddled with a lot of problems and trained teachers, of suitable syllabi, negligence of children and their parents towards education and a large number of drop-outs at the primary stage.
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The Government in our country has taken some steps to remove illiteracy from the society. The year 1992 was started as the year for universal education. The Govt. has also taken rigorous campaign programmes to motivate parents to send their children to schools. The Government has also launched food for education  programme to inspire the poor parents to sent their children to schools. In the primary level, text books are also supplied to the students free cost. Again, UNICEF, ASHA, BRAC and many other organization have come forward to wipe out illiteracy from the company.
Furthermore, different media are being used for the publicity of compulsory primary education.
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In order to make the compulsory free primary education programme successful, we have to eradicate problems that stand in the way of it. It is important to raise the number of teachers and also to arrange training facilities for them. More schools should be established. Govt. should take strict measures to ensure the supply of text books on time and should provide khata and pencils free of cost, specially for those who are disadvantaged. After all, awareness campaign to highlight the economic and social benefit of education should be launched. Media can play a vital role in this regard.

It is not easy to expand compulsory primary education to the whole country only by the government. All of us should assist the government for this great purpose. Otherwise, our country will fail to stand and develop.
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