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  ♦♦ বিআরডিবির ওয়েব মেইল লগইন করার সময় সৃষ্ট সমস্যার সমাধানের নির্দেশিকা   ♦♦ User Guideline for e-Beneficiaries Management System   ♦♦ E-service Roadmap   ♦♦ BRDB TOR e-Benificiaries Mangement System   ♦♦ অফিস আদেশ(পিডিএস সফটওয়্যারে ডাটা এন্ট্রির সংক্রান্ত)   ♦♦ User Guideline for PDS Software   ♦♦ জেলা ও উপজেলা দপ্তরের অফিসিয়াল ফেসবুক পেজ তৈরী ও ব্যবহার নিশ্চিতকরণ , স্মারক নং-১১৫৯১ ,তারিখ- ০৩.১১.১৬   ♦♦   ♦♦ মহাপরিচালক বিআরডিবি কর্তৃক প্রদত্ত নির্দেশনাসমূহ প্রতিপালন ,স্মারক নং- ১০৪০৯,তারিখ- ২৫.০৯.১৬   ♦♦ Microcredit Policy   ♦♦ ই-ফাইল (নথি)ব্যবহার সহায়িকা   ♦♦ দাপ্তরিক যোগাযোগ ও তথ্য আদান-প্রদানে ই-মেইল এবং ফেইজবুক পেইজেএর ব্যাবহার বৃদ্ধিকরণ,স্মারক নং-১৫৬৪ তারিখ -১০/০২/২০১৬ ডাউনলোড কৃত ডকুমেন্ট ফাইলের টেক্স ভেঙ্গে গেলে এখানে ক্লিক করুন এবং Font টি কম্পিউটারে ইনস্টল করুন

In the early sixties the Comilla Model was evolved in rural development by Dr. Akhter Hamid Khan (1914 - 1999), a renowned social scientist and social reformer, through an action research work at the Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development (BARD) in Kotbari, Comilla. This model is known as the Two-Tier Co-operative system, which has become the main vehicle of Rural Development in Bangladesh...    


The origins of the BRDB lie in the erstwhile Integrated Rural Development Programme (IRDP), launched in the early 1970s to replicate the Two-Tier Cooperative System, popularly known as the TCCA-KSS System. The TCCA-KSS System – based on the Comilla Approach to rural development – became the keystone of the IRDP. At the most fundamental level, its application sought to promote economic growth through increased agricultural production and ensure that the rural poor attained self-sufficiency in food production.

The IRDP utilised the TCCA-KSS System to deliver a portfolio of poverty alleviation initiatives, including capital accumulation, training, credit provision, sales and marketing assistance, and extension and technological support.

The Integrated Rural Development Programme was dissolved with the promulgation of the Bangladesh Rural Development Board Ordinance LIII, which came into effect on January 13th,1982. Under this Ordinance, a board  to be called the Bangladesh Rural Development Board  was established to carry out the purposes of the said ordinance. That is, to formulate policies, coordinate activities and supervise the implementation of various projects and programs relating to rural development, and to strengthen the rural economy of Bangladesh.




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