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Bangladesh is a country having an area of about 147570 square kilometers. It is burdened with about 150 million people. So Bangladesh is a densely populated country. As such population problem is by far, a burning question of Bangladesh.

Over-population adversely affects the economic development and progress of a country. It creates problems of foods, communication, education, housing, health, sanitation, employment etc. But now-a-days over-population is not our curse; also it is a main resource of our country. If we can provide training of our unskilled people through technical (vocational) courses, we may convert them into skilled workers and solve the unemployment problem and earn foreign currency also.

Bangladesh Technical Education Board is authorized by parliament of our country to introduce, control and develop technical (vocational) curriculum. In this regard BTEB has approved a short course on Graphics Design. The syllabus is prepared as per present need in the job markets.

Objectives :

  1. Acquire the basic concepts and skills on Graphic Design.
  2. Develop skill on Designing and Developing Graphical Design.
  3. Apply the Combination of various standard Graphic Design software.
  4. Develop skill on practical print media & entry idea electronic media.
  5. Solve the problems on design related activities.
  6. Acquire the concepts of business and communicative English.
  7. Earn money through freelance marketplaces.

Course Outline :

Duration of Course

Total 360 hrs

6 months Course: 3 days

per week, Per day 5 hrs


3 months Course: 6 Days

per week, Per day 5 hrs

Theory = 60 hrs

Theory=1 hrs, per lesson

Theory=1 hrs, per lesson

Practical = 240 hrs

Practical=4 hrs, per practice

Practical=4 hrs, per practice

Communicative English = 60 hrs

Total=5 hrs, per day

Total=5 hrs, per day

Entry Qualification :

Minimum S.S.C/Equivalent pass or Appeared

Employment Opportunities :

  1. Government Services
  2. Semi Government Services
  3. Corporation
  4. Private sectors
  5. NGO’s
  6. Abroad
  7. Self-employment
  8. Online Marketplaces