June 2018 (World Journal Of Social Sciences)

June 2018 (World Journal Of Social Sciences)

Total Articles - 2

Pages 1– 13

Author: Surajit Sarbabidya and Md. Abdur Rashid

Quality education is considered as the prime focus of each of the higher educational institution engaged in training and development of students as human resources. Towards this journey, the well trained and developed graduates represent as power and the faculty members who mentor them act as the amplifier of this power. Here, the role of faculties is very significant because their active, sincere and excellent performance can bring positive and qualitative change in the academia. This results in groomed leadership of graduates in the national development endeavors. But such dream can never be cherished unless the respective faculty members perform with their utmost capacities, commitment and contribution. To ensure due diligence of the faculty members, the practice of their performance evaluation is prioritized in the educational institutions. From this perspective the current study is a motivational attempt to identify the influencing factors of faculty evaluation which have positive impact on the quality education of the higher educational institutions in Bangladesh through a structured questionnaire based on primary survey during the month of November 10, 2017 to December 09, 2017. The findings of the current study indicates a good number of factors including humanistic quality and morality of the faculty members, well behaved, close and sincere relationship between faculty members and students, on time class attendance and course syllabus coverage, practically enriched teaching and learning, etc., enable effective grooming of the students and thus ensure quality education of the respective higher educational institutions in Bangladesh.

Pages 14– 30

Author: Md. Hafiz Iqbal

Poor people in general get poor quality of health services. The situation is very much worse for the poor who live in the remote areas as health care facilities and services are often less complete, farther away and therefore more costly to reach than in urban hospitals and physician. To ensure good health service for the poor, it is essential to examine the effectiveness of Universal Health Coverage with respect to ethics and economics of responsibility point of view. To fulfill the research objective, this study followed a purposive sampling technique and carried out household interviews through questionnaire survey. This study applied the Probit model to generate empirically supported assessments. Provision of government and private sector intervention through social safety net programs and corporate social responsibility (CSR) for the poor and cost sharing through universal health coverage can help to improve health care service. The findings of this study justify improved, equitable and quality health care system for the poor people of the coastal region of Bangladesh and try to meet the main target (good health and human well-being) of SDGs.

Total Articles- 2

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