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Bangladesh Technical Education Board


Bangladesh Technical Education Board (BTEB) was founded to promote technical and vocational education in Bangladesh. The activities of this board include prescribe the courses of instruction, development of learning materials, grant or with-draw the affiliation to the concerned institutions, control and giving student registration, grant diploma or certificates to passed out students etc.

Latest news and events, important notices, course curriculum, syllabus, results, downloadable forms, online registration and many more services offered by BTEB or Karigori board’s official website.

Bangladesh Technical Education Board
Website http://www.bteb.gov.bd/
AddressSher-E-Bangla Nagar, Agargaon, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Phone8122056
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