Fee Structure of Private Universities Collected by: Minister of Education
Minister of Education Dr. Dipu Moni said that tuition fees of private universities will be kept at a reasonable level. The fee structure of all private universities has already been collected.
He said this in response to a question by Jatiya Party member Mujibul Haque Chunnu in the Jatiya Sangsad on Thursday.
The education minister said that the fee structure of all the private universities has already been collected in order to keep the tuition fee of private universities at a reasonable level. Review of these structures is ongoing. After the review, an integrated policy/guideline will be formulated to keep private university tuition fees reasonable.
He said that according to section 9 (4) of the Private University Act, 2010, at least three percent of the full-time students admitted to private universities in each academic year are reserved for the admission of talented but poor students from remote underdeveloped areas to give these students the opportunity to study in the university without tuition fees and other fees. Provisions have been made. According to this provision, meritorious and poor students are studying in private universities with low salary.
There is a plan to establish a medical university in every department: In response to a question from Umm Kulsoom Smriti, the education minister said that the government has a plan to establish at least one public university in every district and a medical university in every department on priority basis.
Secondary level educational institutions: In response to Mamunur Rashid Kiran’s question, he said that currently there are a total of 20 thousand 316 secondary level educational institutions under the secondary and higher education department across the country. Among them, 2 thousand 357 lower secondary schools, 1443 secondary schools.