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Paragraph Accessibility to Higher Education related some questions with answers. (a) What is meant by higher education? (b) What is your idea about higher education in Bangladesh? (c) How is a student eligible for higher education in Bangladesh? (d) Why is the scope of our higher education limited in our country? (e) How can accessibility to higher education for all be ensured?

Paragraph Accessibility to Higher Education

Answer: Higher education is an advanced level of study. In higher education, courses are usually studied at universities, colleges, and higher education institutions. It is one of the important parts of the education system. In Bangladesh, higher education begins after the higher secondary (HSC) level of education. This education is mainly offered in universities and colleges. At present 35 public and 84 private universities and over 1400 degree colleges are providing higher education in the country. Private universities are a relatively new phenomenon but it is the fastest-growing sector in the country. A student is eligible for higher education after completing the SSC and HSC examinations successfully. But all the students completing their HSC are not allowed to get higher education. They have to face an admission test in different educational institutions and those who are selected, get the chance to higher education. But a lot of students are deprived of higher education. The reasons for this deprivation are manifold. The limited capacity of public universities and colleges, lack of sufficient boarding facilities, prevailing poverty in the country, and high tuition charges in private universities are a few of them. To ensure accessibility to higher education for all, steps should be taken right now. The number of universities must be increased, infrastructures of colleges must be developed and tuition charges in private universities should be lessened. If these steps are taken, we think, many other problems on the way to access to higher education for all will be solved gradually.

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