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Madrasah Education Programme

Madrasah Education Programme

Under the Madrasah Programme, Dakhil (Vocational) courses under Bangladesh Technical Education Board (BTEB) have been introduced in 6 (six) Madrasahs after construction of complete academic building and vocational workshop with furniture, science lab and apparatus including vocational training equipment and raw materials. The programme also provides qualified instructors and staff for vocational courses, text books, BTEB registration fees of class IX students, BTEB exam fees of class IX & X students and other teaching-learning resources.

Inception 2008
Passing Rate in Dakhil(voc.) Exam
# of Madrasahs 6
Beneficiaries 26,400
Vocational Training at Madrasah

Vocational Training at Madrasah

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Madrasah Education Programme Overview

In Bangladesh, institutions of three streams – General, Madrasah and Vocational – delivering education in parallel, are engaged in the process of human resource development. Quite unfortunately, Madrasahs, occupying about one-fifth share in education delivery, are not ready to take part actively in the process of human resource development necessary both for its survival and national interest. Only a minor group of graduates is absorbed in some sorts of socio-religious services while the majority are excluded from the mainstream socio-economic activities. That is why; IsDB-BISEW has taken an initiative to turn Madrasah students into a productive workforce. It has included 6 Madrasahs in different areas of Bangladesh under its project introduced Dakhil Vocational courses for the first time in Bangladesh.

Under the Madrasah Programme, Dakhil (Vocational) courses under Bangladesh Technical Education Board (BTEB) have been introduced in 6 (six) Madrasahs after construction of complete academic building and vocational workshop with furniture, science lab and apparatus including vocational training equipment and raw materials. The programme also provides qualified instructors and staff for vocational courses, text books, BTEB registration fees of class IX students, BTEB exam fees of class IX & X students and other teaching-learning resources.

Rationale for Undertaking Madrasah Education Programme

  1. Establishing Madrasahs in some selected areas with adequate infrastructure and modern facilities
  2. Equipping Madrasah students with appropriate technical and vocational skills required in the job market
  3. Ensuring both higher education and employment opportunities for Madrasah students of Bangladesh
  4. Enhancing the social standing of graduates of the vocational programme

Areas for Financial Assistance

  1. Initial Setup
    • Construction of academic building and vocational workshops;
    • Build-up of facilities with equipment, furniture and other supplies
  2. Administration and Management
    • Recruiting qualified & experienced management, teaching and support staffs for vocational and other training;
    • Arranging continuous professional development for management, teachers and support staffs; and
    • Providing guidance & counseling and placement services.
  3. Operational
    • Providing teaching-learning aids and resources for vocational trade; and
    • Providing raw materials and auxiliary materials for vocational trade.

Specialty of IsDB-BISEW sponsored Madrasahs

  1. Modern and adequate infrastructure
  2. Special emphasis on quality vocational training
  3. Academically and professionally competent Instructors
  4. Availability of necessary tools and equipment for technical training
  5. Board-standard curriculum
  6. ICT facilities for the students
  7. Strong and sole supervision and monitoring by IsDB-BISEW

Selected Madrasahs

  1. Barahatia Malpukuria Miskatul Ulum Madrasah, Lohagara, Chittagong
  2. Dakkhingaon Kaliab Dakhil Madrasah, Kapasia, Gazipur
  3. Hapunia Dakhil Madrasah, Sherpur, Bogra
  4. Nayanagar Nesaria Islamia Dakhil Madrasah, Turag, Dhaka
  5. Paksharif Dakhil Madrasah, Kaliganj, Jhenaidah
  6. Rasulpur Girls Dakhil Madrasah, Araihazar, Narayanganj

Madrasah Education Programme Selected Trades

General Electrical Works

General Electrical Works

In addition to learning all the tricks of the electrical trade, you’ll also learn how electrical repairs and installations vary between industrial, commercial, residential, and institutional applications..

General Electrical Works

Dress Making & Tailoring

Dress making and tailoring is the selected trade of IsDB-BISEW Madrasah Project Trade. It can be help to acknowlede about the Dress making and tailoring.

General Electrical Works

Welding Works

Welding & Fabrication of metal refers to the building of metal structures. This is done via a variety of processes such as cutting, bending, profiling, welding and assembling..

Madrasah Education Programme Achievements

IsDB-BISEW Madrasah project with six Madrasahs started functioning from 2008 and the 1st batch appeared at Dakhil (Vocational) Exam under Bangladesh Technical Education Board in 2010. From the inception, Madrasahs under the project have remarkable achievements which became possible due to IsDB-BISEW’s intervention and strict monitoring & supervision. Madrasahs under the Project have positioned among top 20s in board exam results including the 1st position each year up to 2016 which are shown below:

Exam Year

GPA Achievers Number

Positions Among Top 20s in Board Exam Results

Total Examinee

A+

A

A-

2010

74

0

49

21

Position System not introduced

2011

86

3

66

10

1st , 5th , 6th , 8th and 11th

2012

100

10

89

1

1st , 2nd , 4th , 5th , 7th and 11th

2013

92

35

53

2

1st , 2nd , 3rd , 4th , 12th and 15th

2014

99

24

73

2

1st

2015

125

42

80

3

1st, 2nd,  and 9th

2016

124

39

65

20

Position System not existing

Total

700

153

475

59

 

 

Madrasah Education Programme Data Sheet

Programme Data Sheet

Project inception

2006

Number of Madrasahs

6

Academic activities commencement

2008

Course running

Dakhil (Vocational)

Trades

General Electrical Works

Welding Works

Dress Making & Tailoring

Total appeared in board final exam

1273 (From 2010 to 2019)

Total passed in board final exam

1209 (From 2010 to 2019)

Average pass rate in board final exam

95%

Total Beneficiaries 27,210