Because of the aforesaid competitive environment, all the private universities remain busy in order to appoint quality teachers, upgrade library and laboratory and modernise the classroom and office room equipping with all sorts of physical facilities. Besides, these universities also remain committed to extend academic and non-academic services. The life style of the teachers engaged in the higher education has already changed due to the development of the private university culture. The teachers in Bangladesh draw from 0.1 million to 0.15 million taka per month as remuneration. But at present the teachers have got a good environment of jobs in education sector with high remuneration according to their market values. On the other hand, the public university is facing competition to catch hold of good teachers. Under the circumstances, the government is compelled to enhance the remuneration of the teachers of the public universities, though to some extent, to hire quality teachers. So far as the life style of the teacher community is concerned, they are now in good position. Their fascination for abroad has however, reduced. Moreover many Bangladeshi teachers have already started coming back to Bangladesh leaving their jobs abroad.
As a result of blooming of private university culture, the brain drain from Bangladesh has almost stopped. In 54 private universities nearly 20,000 manpower including full-time and part-time teachers, officers and staff have been engaged as employees. Now it is observed that some concerned personnel from different universities of England, Australia, Canada and Cyprus visit Bangladesh with a view to collecting students for their universities. In the past, it was beyond our imagination that Bangladesh was considered so large catchment area in order to collect students for the universities abroad. In other words, the universities set up in different European countries would run with the students of ours.
According to an opinion of a student welfare officer coming from England that Bangladesh is a larger catchment area for them than that of India. Bangladesh was able to save thousands of crores of foreign currencies for the timely implementation of Private University Act.
Es sei denn, ein Bangladeshi-Dozent in Bangladesh verdient auch 15000,00 EUR im Monat. Was verdient ein Arzt im deutschen Krankenhaus?