Students’ Perceptions Study on ‘Student Politics’ in Bangladesh
Mohammad Mashnun Hossain,
Md. Mahmudul Alam () and
Shawon Muhammad Shahriar
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Student’s association with politics can be found in Bangladesh before its inception as a nation. While many notable contributions made by student politicians in the history of Bangladesh, the present situation is far away from that glorious past. Now the influence of political parties is criticized heavily by the students. The study analyzes the reasons behind student politics by ranking six major reasons to join student politics according to various student groups. The study concludes with the issue of reformation of the current model of student politics where disconnection of the link between student and national politics is emphasized.
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