1. Lack of relevance: The curriculum may not be aligned with the current needs and demands of the job market, which can make it difficult for students to secure employment after graduation.
  2. Inadequate resources: Many schools in Bangladesh may not have the resources to provide students with the necessary tools and equipment to learn effectively, such as technology, library, and laboratory.
  3. Limited access to quality education: Many students in Bangladesh come from low-income backgrounds and may not have access to quality education.
  4. Overcrowded classes: Many schools in Bangladesh are overcrowded, which can make it difficult for students to receive individualized attention and support from teachers.
  5. Lack of emphasis on practical skills: The education system may place more emphasis on theoretical knowledge and less on practical skills, which can make it difficult for students to apply what they have learned in real-world settings.
  6. Lack of extracurricular activities: Many schools in Bangladesh may not provide enough extracurricular activities, which can limit students’ opportunities to develop important skills, such as leadership, teamwork, and problem-solving.
  7. Lack of job opportunities: Bangladesh has a high youth unemployment rate, which makes it hard for students to find jobs after graduation.
  8. Lack of entrepreneurship culture: There is a lack of entrepreneurship culture in Bangladesh, which makes it difficult for students to start their own businesses.