Organization

Department of Agricultural Extension

Department of Agricultural Extension (কৃষি সম্প্রসারণ অধিদপ্তর) is a government department responsible for agricultural research in Bangladesh and is located in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Department of Agricultural Extension

The Agriculture Directorate (Extension and Management) and Jute directorate were established in 1975 by the government of Bangladesh. The Department of Agricultural Extension was formed in 1982 through the merger of Agriculture Directorate (Extension and Management), Jute Directorate, Plant Protection Directorate, Horticulture Board, Tobacco Development Board, and Central Extension Resource and Development Institute (CERDI).

The department carried out Training and Visit programs to train farmers till 1990 and then adapted group training. The government of Bangladesh adapted the New Agriculture Extension Policy (NAEP) in 1996 to plan the activities of the department. It is under the Ministry of Agriculture.

The Department of Agricultural Extension (DAE) of the Bangladeshi Department of Agriculture is a government agency tasked with providing efficient and effective needs-based extension services to all categories of farmers, enabling them to optimize resource use and achieve sustainable agricultural and socioeconomi.

Vision of Department of Agricultural Extension (DAE)

The vision of the Department of Agricultural Extension is to provide eco-friendly, safe, climate resilient, sustainable productive good agricultural practices and sustaining natural resources to ensure food security as well as commercial agriculture with a view to accelerating socio-economic development of the country.

Mission of Department of Agricultural Extension (DAE)

The mission of the Department of Agricultural Extension is to provide efficient, effective, decentralized, location specific, demand responsive, and integrated extension services to all categories farmers in accessing and utilizing better know how to increase sustainable and profitable crop production; thereby ensure socio-economic development of the country.

Directorate of Primary Education

Directorate of Primary Education (Bengali: প্রাথমিক শিক্ষা অধিদপ্তর) is an autonomous government department responsible for the administration of primary schools in Bangladesh. It is also responsible for the training of primary school teachers in various training institutions operated by the directorate.

Directorate of Primary Education

It is located in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Director-General Abu Hena Mostofa Kamal is the head of the Directorate of Primary Education.

History

The government of Bangladesh under Sheikh Mujibur Rahman nationalized 37 thousand primary schools in Bangladesh in 1973 through the Primary Education (taking over) act, 1974. The Directorate of Primary Education was established in 1981 to manage the nationalized primary schools. In 2013, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina nationalized 26 thousand more primary schools. Bangladesh has 126,615 primary schools, 540 thousand teachers, and 18.6 million students.

Agriculture Information Service

Department of Agricultural Marketing (কৃষি বিপণন অধিদপ্তর) is a government department responsible for marketing agricultural products and techniques in Bangladesh and is located in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is under the Ministry of Agriculture.

Agriculture Information Service

Agriculture Information Service (Bengali: কৃষি তথ্য সার্ভিস) is a Bangladesh government agency under the Ministry of Agriculture responsible for proving information on modern agricultural methods to farmers in Bangladesh. Dr. Md. Nurul Islam is the Director of the agency

History

Department of Agricultural Marketing traces its origin to the Marketing department proposed in 1934 and founded in 1935 in East Bengal, British Raj. In 1943 it was placed under the Department of Agriculture and Industries. In 1954, the Government of East Pakistan organized it as the Directorate of Agricultural Marketing under the Department of Agriculture, Cooperation, and Relief. In 1960 the provincial restructuring committee created sub-divisional and district level offices of the department.

In 1982 an organizing committee led by Brigadier General Enamul Haque Khan advised the government to change it to the Department of Agricultural Marketing and increase its importance in the government. On 9 January 2006, the department launched the www.dam.gov.bd website as part of an effort by the government to introduce more e-governance.

Agriculture Information Service traces its origin to the Agriculture Information Agency which was founded in 1965. In 1985, the Government of Bangladesh re-organized the Agriculture Information Agency into the Agriculture Information Service. The agency publishes two journals, Krishikotha and Samprosharon Barta. It also produces Mati-O-Manush and Banglar Krishi programs on Bangladesh Television. The agency also produces programs for Bangladesh Betar and community radios. It operates a call center were farmers can call for information on agriculture

Bureau of Non-Formal Education

Bureau of Non-Formal Education is a government bureau responsible for providing jobs, education, and opportunities to individuals who have not received formal education. The Bureau is located in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Director-General of Bureau of Non-Formal Education is Tapan Kumar Ghosh.

Bureau of Non-Formal Education

Formation 2005
Headquarters – Dhaka, Bangladesh
Region served -Bangladesh
Official language -Bengali
Website – Bureau of Non-Formal Education

History

The Bureau of Non-Formal Education traces its origin to the Directorate of Non-Formal Education. The Directorate of Non-Formal Education was under the Primary and Mass Education Division which was established in August 1992. The Directorate was placed in charge of Non-Formal Education programs providing services to 34.4 million illiterate people in Bangladesh.

The Directorate of Non-Formal Education was dissolved in 2005 and replaced with the Bureau of Non-Formal Education. The Total Literacy Movement, which was founded in 1996 was dissolved in 2003, had parts of its functions absorbed into the Bureau. The Government of Bangladesh allocated Basic Literacy and Continuing Education project one and two to the bureau with a budget of 30 billion taka.

Cabinet Division

The Cabinet Division (Bengali: বাংলাদেশ মন্ত্রিপরিষদ বিভাগ — Bānglādēśh Montriporishod Bibhāg) is the executive office of the Prime Minister. As a division of the government of Bangladesh, the office is responsible for the executive administration of the Government of Bangladesh and facilitating smooth transaction of business in Cabinet Ministries.

Cabinet Division

The Division assists in decision-making in Government by ensuring Inter-Ministerial coordination, ironing out differences amongst Ministries/ Departments, and evolving consensus through the instrumentality of the standing/ Adhoc Committees of Secretaries. The Cabinet Secretary who is assisted by seven Additional Secretaries in the performance of assigned business heads the Cabinet Division under the Prime Minister as the Minister In-charge.

History

In 1972, the Ministry of Cabinet Affairs was created to provide secretarial assistance to the government of Bangladesh. After 1975, it was placed under the President’s Office.

After 1991, the presidential system of government by Act of Parliament was abolished, and by October 1991, Cabinet Division was formed as a full-fledged administrative unit.

Ministers of the government, according to the Constitution of Bangladesh, are selected primarily from the elected members of House of Nation, also known as Jatiya Sangsad. Cabinet Ministers are heads of government departments, mostly with the office of the “Minister of [department, e.g. Defence]”. The collective co-ordinating function of the Cabinet is reinforced by the statutory position that all the Ministers jointly hold the same office, and can exercise the same powers.

The Cabinet is the ultimate decision-making body of the executive within the parliamentary system of government in the traditional constitutional theory of Bangladesh. This interpretation was originally put across in the work of the Bangladesh constitution in 1972. The political and decision-making authority of the cabinet has been gradually increased over the last few decades, with some claiming its role has been usurped by “Prime Ministerial” (i.e. more “presidential”) government.

The Cabinet is the executive committee of The Prime Minister’s Office, a historic body which has legislative, judicial and executive functions, and whose large membership does include member(s) of the Opposition or Coalition. Its decisions are generally implemented either under the existing powers of individual government departments or by the Cabinet Secretary, the most senior civil servant in Bangladesh.

Ministry of Social Welfare

Ministry of Social Welfare

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The Ministry of Social Welfare (Bengali: সমাজকল্যাণ মন্ত্রণালয়; Samājakalyāṇa mantraṇālaẏa) is the government ministry of Bangladesh responsible for the programs and the provision of social, rehabilitative services to improve the physical, social, emotional and economic well-being of the disadvantaged groups.

Directorates

  • National Disabled Development Foundation
  • Bangladesh National Social Welfare Council
  • Department of Social Services
Govt Organization

Ministry of Social Welfare

Formed: 20 January 1972
Jurisdiction: Government of Bangladesh
Headquarters: Secretariat, Dhaka
Minister responsible: Nuruzzaman Ahmed, Minister
Agency executives: Md. Jainul Bari, Secretary[2]
Website: www.msw.gov.bd

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (Bangladesh)

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare is a Bangladesh government ministry charged with health policy in Bangladesh. It is also responsible for all government programs relating to family planning in Bangladesh. The present minister is Zahid Maleque. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare contains two divisions.

Departments

Health Service Division

  • Bangladesh National Nutrition Council
  • Disease International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh
  • Department of Drug Administration
  • Directorate General of Nursing and Midwifery
  • Bangladesh Nursing and Midwifery Council
  • Department of Health
  • Health Economics Unit
  • Health Engineering Department
  • Bangladesh Institute of Child and Mother Health
Govt Organization

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

Headquarters: Dhaka
Minister responsible: Zahid Maleque
Agency executives: Md. Asadul Islam, Secretary, Health Care Division.
Md. Ali Noor, Secretary,
Health Education and Family Welfare Division
Website: www.mohfw.gov.bd

Family Welfare Division

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Directorate General of Family Planning

Directorate General of Family Planning

Directorate General of Family Planning is a government agency responsible for family planning in Bangladesh and is located in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Govt Organization

Directorate General of Family Planning

Headquarters: Dhaka, Bangladesh
Region served: Bangladesh
Official language: Bengali
Website: www.dgfp.gov.bd

History

Family Planning Board and the Family Planning Council was established in 1972. In August 1975, the Directorate of Family Planning was established under the Division of Population Control and Family Planning under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The family planning council was upgraded to the National Council for Population Control.

In 2013 the websites of the Ministry of Social Welfare and the Directorate General of Family Planning were both hacked by Indonesian hackers. It works under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. In January 2016 it was found that the directorate had about 1200 job vacancies. In April 2017 a warehouse owned by the directorate in Mohakhali containing contraceptives burned down. The directorate runs Union level Health and Family Welfare Centre to help control population growth.

Job Circular

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