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Title: Acclimatizing Women and Building Resilience to Overcome the Risks to Females and Migration: Strategies to Ameliorate Vulnerability Following Climate Disasters

Abstract: The Government of Bangladesh has emphasized streamlining movements into the national development plans under the Sixth Five Year Plan as well as in the Vision 2021, and the Perspective Plan of Bangladesh. Overall, GoB plans strive to enable all forms of migration with focus on better utilization of human resources and an inclusive agenda. Improved Migration Policy would be aimed at supporting labour migration from disaster affected areas for enhanced livelihood and improving migrant worker’s employment conditions in semi-rural or urban destinations; providing for reasonable and more efficient labour absorption in growth focii, for creating enabling environment en-route towards a more conducive form of migration, overcoming distress episodes, and focusing on planned movements, internally. Construction of flood shelter segregated for women, and those that are distinctly separate from that of men is highly relevant in a closed and conservative society like rural Bangladesh. Explore options for insurance and other emergency preparedness measures to address increase of cyclonic disasters. It is important to provide drinking water for the living and assist in burial of bodies in flood affected areas; reports abound about the harrowing experience of having known people’s bodies floating out of their graves. It is highly traumatic and families have to spend money on wooden caskets, which then have to be held down with boulders, under water.

By Anwara Begum
In Volume: 11,Issue: 2
Title: Human Resource Management (HRM) in Bangladesh: High Hopes and High Performance

Abstract: A company's most valuable asset is its human resources (HR) department. There are four primary resources– human, physical, financial, and information that are crucial to any. Effective management of a company’s HR is also essential to its success. It refers to the processes and techniques used to carry out the HR duties of the management function. Increasing employees’ positive contributions to businesses is what HR management aims to do. Despite the fact that academics and professional are particularly interested in the HRM field in Bangladesh, There is no centralized database or electronic warehouse that restricts access to the current state of HRM practices in Bangladesh. This study also identifies the research gaps on Human resource management (HRM) in Bangladesh, as well as areas that could use more research

By Shabnam Jahan
In Volume: 11,Issue: 2
Title: Effectiveness of Vocational Courses in Implementing NEP-2020

Abstract: The National Education Policy 2020 (NEP-2020) aims to transform the Indian education system by promoting a comprehensive and skill-based approach to learning. One of the key pillars of NEP-2020 is the integration of vocational courses within the mainstream education system to enhance employability and promote practical skills. This will bring in a very large number of schools, colleges and universities into the fold of potential Vocational Education and Training providers during the coming decade and make vocational education available to millions of students. The NEP 2020 is a comprehensive policy document that extensively discusses the overhauling of vocational education. This research paper presents a systematic review of studies that assess the effectiveness of vocational courses in implementing NEP-2020. By examining the available literature, this study aims to identify the strengths, weaknesses, and potential areas of improvement in the implementation of vocational courses aligned with NEP-2020. The introduction section provides an overview of NEP-2020 and its key objectives, with a specific focus on the integration of vocational courses in the education system. It also outlines the significance and rationale for conducting a case study analysis to evaluate the effectiveness of vocational courses in implementing NEP-2020.

By Arvind Kumar Yadav
In Volume: 11,Issue: 2