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Having its underpinnings on equity, justice and well-being CI has commenced its gallant journey of research and orchestrated several thematic research areas and painstakingly shed light on those. The wide-ranging gamut of those areas embracing the most critical and appealing themes as endorsed by global highbrows, inter alia, include identity and values, social protection, governance, politics and institution, equity, justice, rights and access, climate, environment and natural resources, education, human capital and capacity building, economy trade and connectivity, public health, water sanitation and hygiene (WASH), disaster, conflicts and humanitarian assistance.

TVET : Dual Apprenticeship Model

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TVET stands for Technical and Vocational Education and Training. For TVET, there does exist a variety of competing models. But in Bangladesh, Technical and vocational education is being provided but none of the competing models has been examined in order to ensure which model in which section on Bangladesh section works best. The aim of this project is to evaluate that fitness within some fixed constraint situation as well.

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National Database

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On this age of empiricism, the validity of social science research without appropriate evidence from data is not strong enough to possess scholarly status rather merely claiming status. One of the strong complain regarding the availability of the database is that data regarding Bangladesh is not available. This claim is partially true. The truth is that data is available but these datasets are being scattered randomly in different sites and the randomness is too much to create a misperception that data is totally unavailable.

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Encountering Perception Toward Major issues : A citizen survey approach

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People’s perception is one of the key indicators of understanding society as a whole on gross basis. Change Initiative has decided to make a study to understand this perception so that understanding of entire society can be understood scientifically. This is expected to be a nationwide survey. The major issues that would be considered under this study has already been identified.

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