Population is not likely to be a problem


More population has been considered as the main problem of Bangladesh for the last several years, in the meantime scientists have predicted that due to the increase in population, Bangladesh will be deprived of its development. According to the size of Bangladesh, the population is increasingly increasing, and Bangladesh is being interrupted in different ways.


According to the latest report of census 2011 and Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS), the population of the country is about 15 crore. In the last 10 years, the population of the country increased to 14.4 million. Around 10 million people live outside the country. In all, the population of the country is 16 million. But the current country’s population has exceeded 16 crores.


The population of the country has increased to 16.17 million and 50 thousand. According to a report by the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) by January this year, the number of men in the country is 810 million and the number of women is eight crore seven lakh 50 thousand.

The proportion of women and men in the current country is almost equal. And the annual growth rate of population is estimated to be 1.34 percent. 30.8 percent of the population aged 14 years in the population of the country. And 53.7 percent of the population between the ages of 15 and 49 years.


That is, the number of people below the age of fifty is said to be 85 percent of the total population of the country. As such, half the population of Bangladesh is young. It’s potential for Bangladesh. If Bangladesh wants, we can get the highest peak of development by utilizing this large population. Required education and workplace. According to London’s Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), the highest rate of unemployment among educated Bangladesh is highest. 47 out of 100 graduate degrees are unemployed.


The country’s development is not possible by making this large population unemployed. So it is very important to create employment. According to the government, the current fiscal year (2016-17) will create 27 lakh jobs in the country. Two million new faces enter the labor market every financial year. But now seven lakh more jobs will be created in the economy. The government should continue this effort and should give employment opportunities to the unemployed by building more workforce in the country.


It is said that the more educated the more educated the nation is, the better. But in the field of education, Bangladesh is achieving success, but still it is very popular in the population ratio of the country. According to official data, the current literacy rate of Bangladesh is 62.66 percent. The illiteracy rate has always hindered development of a nation.


The government has taken various steps to increase literacy rate. Literacy rates are higher than in the past but still very few are compared to the population of the country. In the words, the educated nation is not the burden of the nation. Changing the education field has made it extremely urgent.

Popular school-college education has become a dream of ordinary people. The trade of education has to be stopped. Education must be spread among the people of all walks of life only if the country is educated and improved. Bangladesh is already providing free low-secondary education which is good for everyone. Government’s emphasis on women’s education, stipend giving, technical education and madrasa education are some of the demands of the government.


We urge the government to expand this initiative further. In the case of proper education and good work, Bangladesh will be included in the list of countries like China and Japan, in spite of being more population. Even though Bangladesh is moving forward in all respects, the big poverty-stricken population of a major problem of the country.


According to the estimates of the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS), 47.1% of the rural population live below the poverty line and 24.6% of people are living below the extreme poverty line. On the other hand, 49.7% of the urban population lives below poverty line and 27.3% under extreme poverty. On average, 40% of the population live below the poverty line.


The overall development of the country is not possible without rehabilitation. There are about 80 million street children in this country. Those who need education, lodging, food, clothes The country will not be able to continue without keeping them negligent. The country will improve if the poor people are resettled in the population. That is why mutual cooperation between the government and the people needed.

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