Most Educated District in Bangladesh । The country, which was devastated in 1971, is turning around again and moving forward on its feet. Although we hear that Bangladesh has become a developing country, it has not yet become a developing country. 25% of the country’s population is still without shelter. Even after living in this poverty line, the progress of their education has not stopped. The number of educated people in every district of Bangladesh is constantly increasing. Along with boys, the education rate of girls is increasing comparatively. And in this way, one day Bangladesh will stand tall in the chest of the world. There is a competition going on in every district of Bangladesh. Here are the stories of the five districts that are proud of Bangladesh’s top rank at the pace of education:
The latest BBS report has shown that the Pirojpur district has the highest literacy rate — 88.7% — in Bangladesh, followed by Barguna (87.6%) and Barishal (87.4%)
5. Sirajganj district:
It is an administrative region of the Rajshahi division. The handloom industry has made the region known to the world. The district is also rich in the tourism industry. The literacy rate is 68%.
The eastern name of this district is →Bhulua, which belongs to the Chittagong division. The literacy rate is 69.50%.
3. Barisal district:
The old name of Barisal is Chandradeep, located on the banks of the Kirtankhola river. It is called the Venice of Bengal. A.K. Fazlul Haque, Hanif Sanket, Mithun Chakraborty and other famous people were born in this district. The literacy rate is 75.3%.
This district, which belongs to the Barisal division, became the Barguna district in 1984. The literacy rate is 86.55%.
1. Chuadanga district:
It is an administrative region of the Khulna division of the western region. The region gained its first independence among 64 districts. The area of which is 1170.87 square kilometers, the population is 11 lakh 20 thousand 98 people. The literacy rate is 100%.