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Vol. 5 No. 1 May 2011

BUSINESS EDUCATION SYSTEM IN THE PRIVATE
UNIVERSITIES OF BANGLADESH:
PRESENT STATUS AND SOME PROPOSITIONS

Mohd. Kamal Uddin, Lecturer, Faculty of Business Administration, BGC Trust University, Bangladesh.
Mohammad Muzahidul Islam, Lecturer, Department of Management Studies, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Bangladesh.
Md. Hasan Uddin, Lecturer, Department of Finance and Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Bangladesh.

Abstract

This paper attempts to portray present scenario and recent changes in business education in the country and address some of the major issues and constraints requiring attention with approaching effective relevant measures based on the study findings. The prime objective of this paper is to study the present system and status of business education of the private universities of Bangladesh and identify major constrains in delivering quality business education. The methodology of the study is based on both primary and secondary data and pertinent literature review. As inadequate research has been done in this area so far in Bangladesh, this study is primarily an empirical exploration. The findings of the study reveal that most of the non-government universities of Bangladesh are performing below the standard average. Though few of them are a little above average, but in general, each of the universities has a lot of scope to restructure and improve. Finally, this paper suggests that there is a need to modify and upgrade the existing curricula and systems on a regular basis making them more responsive to the needs of the employers and the expectations of the business community. Development of appropriate teaching materials, aids and support facilities and linkages of business schools with different types of business organizations need to be strengthened to increase practical exposure.

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