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Grant No. 29 34 - Ministry of Cultural Affairs
Medium - Term Expenditure
(Taka in Thousand) Budget 2011-12 Non-Development Development Total 131,00,00 106,00,00 237,00,00 Projection 2012-13 118,69,28 146,57,53 265,26,81 2013-14 129,00,14 167,30,31 296,30,45 2014-15 141,27,25 189,69,96 330,97,21 2015-16 148,46,92 221,22,66 369,69,58

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Mission Statement and Major Functions
Mission Statement
To increase the intellectual depth of the Nation by collecting, preserving, and nourishing the heritage, culture, language, literature and the archaeological & anthropological artefacts of the Liberation War and contemporary period.

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Major Functions
a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Formulation and implementation of policies on cultural affairs; Collecting, preserving, publishing and nourishing the cultural and natural heritage and the archaeological and anthropological artefacts of the Liberation War and contemporary period; Identifying the archaeological sites of the country and excavating, preserving and displaying those; Copyright protection for the creative works; Establishment, expansion and development of public and private libraries; Research and publications on the language, culture and heritage; Celebration of events, such as- International Mother Language Day on 21 February, awarding Ekushe Podok, Birth anniversaries of Rabindranath and Nazrul, Bengali New Year on 1st Boishakh, at the national level. Cultural Agreements with different countries and exchange of Cultural Programmes

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Medium Term Strategic Objectives and Key Activities
Key Activities • • Formulation and implementation of policies on cultural affairs For the promotion of native culture, organizing different cultural programmes at Upazilla, District and Division levels Celebration of the birth anniversaries of Rabindranath and Nazrul at the national level • Implementing Departments/Agencies Secretariat

Medium Term Strategic Objectives 1. Increasing the Nation’s intellectual depth through the promotion and development of native culture

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Secretariat Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy Nazrul Institute Secretariat Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy Bangla Academy Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy Nazrul Institute Bangladesh Folk Arts and Crafts Foundation Tribal Cultural Institute, Rangamati Tribal Cultural Institute,

Observing birth and death anniversaries of the prominent scholars

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Research and trainings on music, traditional dance, drama and fine arts Arranging local and international competitions on cultural events Sponsoring and awarding significant contributors to the development of folklore arts and crafts Preservation of, research and training on tribal music, dance, drama and fine arts

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Cox’s Bazar Department of Archaeology • • • • • • • Directorate of Archives & Libraries Bangla Academy Bangladesh National Museum Osmani Museum Zia Museum Directorate of Archives & Libraries • • • Collecting and preserving new publications and publishing bibliographies and giving ISBN number Publishing research findings in the electronic and print media Preservation. art works. Increasing the Nation’s intellectual depth through by upholding age old heritage. Ensuring compliance of undertakings under various contracts on creative works Celebration of International Mother Tongue Day on 21 February Selection of nominees for Ekushe Podok from those who made significant contributions in the fields of culture. history. Increasing the Nation’s intellectual depth by preserving and promoting the Bengali language at the National and International levels • Secretariat • • • • • Bangla Academy Nazrul Institute Nazrul Institute • . and establishment of local and specialized museums • • • Bangladesh National Museum Bangladesh Folk Arts and Crafts Foundation Bangladesh Folk Arts and Crafts Foundation Installation of the sculpture of the Father of the Nation Bangobandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman at the compound of the Bangladesh Folk Arts and Crafts Foundation • Preservation and displays of monuments collected from remote areas of the country • • • • • Bangladesh National Museum Bangabandhu Memorial Museum Osmani Museum Zia Museum Department of Public Libraries 3. films. Increasing the Nation’s intellectual depth by promoting reading habits among the people • • • Establishment of modern reference libraries Establishment of modern digital libraries to provide epublications and e-information Promoting reading habit at national level. development and displays of immovable archaeological. anthropological monuments.488 Medium Term Strategic Objectives Key Activities • 2. mementos of the Liberation War and folk culture. preserving and displaying those Renovation and preservation of archaeological artefacts and development of tourism at archaeological sites Collection and preservation of national history and historical documents Establishment of museums on language movement. symposiums to prevent piracy of music. national literature and writers and preservation of Bangla Academies’ Archives • Implementing Departments/Agencies Bandarban Cox’s Bazar Cultural Center. Increasing the Nation’s intellectual depth through the preservation and expansion of creative works • • • • • • • • • • Department of Public Libraries National Book Centre Bangla Academy National Book Centre Copyright Office 5. development and implementation of programs on the Bengali Language and Literatures Publication of Nazrul album and CD. conduct courses for the trainers on Nazrul Music and arrange international conferences on Nazrul Establish a Nazrul Institute at the place connected to Nazrul memory • • • • • 4. books. etc. natural. religious beliefs and spirits • • Identifying archaeological sites and excavating. literature and arts Research. supply of books to primary school libraries and establishment of ICT facilities in libraries Establishment and expansion of public and private libraries Developing the infrastructures of existing libraries Encouraging creative publications Arranging book fairs at home and abroad Appropriate application of the Copyright Law Arranging seminars.

1.40 52.4 Increasing the Nation’s intellectual depth through the preservation and expansion of creative works Impact on Poverty Reduction: There is no direct impact Impact on Women’s Advancement: There is no direct impact 3. Through building these infrastructures.75 17. cultural academies are being established and expanded at the district and upazila levels. Bandarban Cox’s Bazar Cultural Center. cultural and economic activities are being run under the Bangladesh Folk Arts and Crafts Foundation.3 Increasing the Nation’s intellectual depth by promoting reading habits among the people Impact on Poverty Reduction: The Department of Public Libraries is making efforts to establish. These are helping the women to enrich their cultural life.80. Rangamati Tribal Cultural Institute. Birishiri Bangla Academy 3.39.2 Allocation for Poverty Reduction and Women’s Advancement (Taka in Thousand) Particulars Budget 2011-12 85.489 Medium Term Strategic Objectives • Key Activities Preservation. Cox’s Bazar Tribal Cultural Academy.62 Poverty Reduction Gender . 3.09.60.51. Students and poor people are also getting free education from these libraries.37. Impact on Women’s Advancement: There is no direct impact. Development programs for local culture are being undertaken by the Bangladesh Folk Arts and Crafts Foundation.0 3. Impact on Women’s Advancement: There is no direct impact.92 15. research. expand and develop libraries in districts and upazilas.68 Projection 2013-14 2014-15 47. renovation and development of cultural centers are creating employment opportunities for the poor. expanded and. 3.1.1 Poverty and Gender Reporting Impact of Strategic Objectives on Poverty Reduction and Women’s Advancement Increasing the Nation’s intellectual depth through the promotion and development of native culture Impact on Poverty Reduction: To promote local culture.58 18.1.11 2012-13 43. and thus. 3. preserved and expanded.12 29. religious beliefs and spirits Impact on Poverty Reduction: Various activities have been undertaken and implemented to protect and preserve archaeological sites and monuments in order to attract tourists. These libraries are also used by women.07.2 Increasing the Nation’s intellectual depth through upholding age old heritage.1. employment opportunities for the poor are being created. Impact on Women’s Advancement: A large number of poor men and women are getting opportunities to learn and practice culture and arts at cultural centres at the district and upazila levels as these are being established. As a result a large number of poor men and women are getting opportunities to learn and practice culture and arts. history. Impact on Women’s Advancement: Women are participating in developing the infrastructures of public and private libraries.55 2015-16 52.5 Increasing the Nation’s intellectual depth by preserving and promoting the Bengali language at national and international levels Impact on Poverty Reduction: There is no direct impact.12. local culture is being preserved. These efforts are providing the poor with financial benefits by creating earning opportunities. adding to their intellectual capabilities. 3.61 14.71.1. publication of tribal culture and languages • • • • • Translation of national and internationally acclaimed literatures and books • Implementing Departments/Agencies Tribal Cultural Institute. Construction.1 3.13. Also. employment opportunities for them are being created.

490 4. These will make the cultural arena dynamic and ensure development and promotion of arts and culture. Preservation and development of Bangla and Tribal languages: Priority has been given to celebrate International Mother Language Day on 21 February for upholding the spirit of the Language Movement. Promotion of native art and culture Upholding history. modern and standard reference centres for students and researchers are also needed. Rabindra Podok has been awarded to two prominent scholars in 2009 and another two prominent scholars in 2010.our cultural teams went abroad and foreign cultural missions visited Bangladesh. Copyright protection for creative works: For the protection and expansion of creative works. expansion and development of libraries New libraries will be established and the existing libraries will be modernized at the district and upazila levels to expand reading habits and learning opportunities for the mass.4 % 20 20 25 25 28 32 36 42 45 3 5 Number 46 46 46 19 19 22 24 25 25 4 2 Number 24400 24419 24800 24874 25000 25250 25500 25700 25900 5. to award Ekushe Podok for significant contributions in the fields of arts.0 1. Therefore. 3.1 Recent Achievements. trainings and workshops will be arranged. Also museums will be established at the archaeological sites. existing museums will be developed with focus on regions.0 5. Key Activities. the Copyright Act 2009 and the Anthropological Races Cultural Institute Act 2010 have been enacted. Priority has also been given to create opportunities for conducting research on the local dialects as well as other related languages in the development of Bangla. surveys will be conducted to assess cultural assets. 2. Probable Outputs and Strategic Objectives Key Activities Probable Output • • Updating the existing policies on cultural affairs and their implementation Every year. In addition. Preservation of history. and trainings will be arranged. Every year Ekushe Podok is awarded and International Mother Language Day on 21 February is celebrated. Priority has been given to organize seminars and training programs regularly to build awareness about international contracts. heritage and culture 4. attempts will be made to establish a network of copyright protection in all divisional headquarters by enacting the Copyright Act. Therefore. Formulation and implementation of policies on cultural affairs Celebration of 21st February and International Mother Language Day . this sector has been given priority. Strategic Objectives Promoting reading habits among the people 2.1. Lalon Shah. this sector has been given the top priority. Promotion of native arts and culture Events at the national and international levels. Also. Priority Spending Areas/Programmes Priority Spending Areas/Programmes Establishment. Cultural exchanges were performed through the cultural exchange programs .3. observing 21 February and International Mother language day at the Strategic Objectives 1 5 th 5. Key Activities and Outputs of the Departments and Agencies under the Ministry Secretariat Recent Achievements: The programme to celebrate the 150 birth anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore has been undertaken. Also birth and death anniversaries of Nazrul. heritage and the native culture Expert reports will be published to identify and preserve all archaeological sites. Jashimuddin were observed and carnivals were arranged. literature and society.1 5.1. Preservation and expansion of creative work Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) Indicators 1 Preserved archaeological sites/ monuments Increase of the reading habit of the people Research and publication on mother/tribal languages Archaeological artifacts Related Strategic Objectives 2 Unit Number Target 2009-10 397 Actual 2009-10 397 Target 2010-11 450 Revised Target 2010-11 490 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 520 555 560 2014-15 565 2015-16 570 2 1.2 1. Promoting Mother language at national and international level 6. 2000 and expanding the jurisdiction of the copyright office established under this Act. Michael Madhusudan.

excavating. terracotta tiles.96 200. broken st nd parts of stone statues of 1 and 2 century and various other artefacts were found. Shahajadpur of Shirajganj. During 2010-11 at Monirampur of Jessore district.09. • Cultural programmes at upazilla.2. award of Ekushe Podok to 15 scholars in different fields Celebrating the birth and death anniversaries of Rabindranath and Nazrul in Dhaka.31 178. Excavations of Lalbagh fort revealed the existence of pre-Moghul habitation. Jibananda Das. district.46. 2.27. South Dihi of Khulna and Trishal of Mymensingh Observing the birth and death anniversaries of the great poet Alaol. rusted iron balls. 3.2 5. Lalon Shah. Key Activities.1.15 214. Abdul Hakim. a stone statue of meditated Buddha and two bronze statues were found.36 2014-15 17.2.61. debris of terracotta slabs. and divisional level for the development of native culture.2 1.15. Awarding of Ekushe Podok every year for significant contributions made in the fields of arts. Probable Outputs and Strategic Objectives Key Activities Probable Output • • Completion of excavations at 10 sites Practical training given to 100 researchers Strategic Objectives 2 5. 14 excavations were undertaken at the site of Lalbagh Fort.66. from the south side of the tomb at the Mahasthan Gar a brick soling road and debris of a temple of the Gupta era were found. At the site of Bhudist Monastery at Paharpur parts of earthen wares.00 19. During those excavations.3 Output Indicators and Targets Indicators Related Strategic Objectives 5 Unit Number Target 2009-10 9 Actual 2009-10 10 Target 2010-11 10 Revised Target 2010-11 10 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 11 2012-13 12 2013-14 12 2014-15 12 2015-16 12 1 2 National level fair on culture and literature Sending Cultural delegation abroad and celebrating cultural events under cultural exchange programs 5 Number 12 12 15 15 16 18 20 22 24 5. terracotta slabs. Sukanta Bhattacharya. 5.22.10 5.50 142.53 157. district and divisional levels • 5 6. stone balls and at Mohasthan Gar of Bogra brick soling road.491 Key Activities Probable Output national/districts/ Upazilas levels • 3. 6 5.69.37. Observing the birth and death anniversaries of prominent scholars • 1 5. preserving.03 2013-14 15.1. in the Jessore district in 2007-08. Comilla. revealing.57. Apart from these. assumed to be built between the 1 and 2 century was found.81 Non-Development Development Total 5. and Jashimuddin and holding of fair Awarding 15 Ekushe Podok every year 1 Strategic Objectives 4. Potishor of Naogaon. debris st nd of the foundation of a Jain temple. 4.05 162. Shilaidoho of Kushtia.88. lamps. Michale Madhusudan Dutt.91 2015-16 18.10 Projection 2012-13 14.1.66 232. debris of a temple.95 183.09. Chittagong. development and displays of archaeological sites and monuments . 1 5. Celebration of the birth and death anniversaries of Rabindranath and Nazrul at the national level • Each year.79.30. During 2008-09. a statue of meditated Buddha made of soft rock and two bronze statues were found from the Shalbon Bihar of Comilla.5 List of Operation Units/Programs/Projects Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects Related Key Activities Operation Unit Secretariat 1.4 Budget Estimates and Projections (Taka in Thousand) Particulars Budget 2011-12 13. objects found were: debris of earthen lid.79. culture and literature Implementation of the programme for the development of native culture in upazilla. Identifying.1 Department of Archaeology Recent Achievements: At the time of excavations at Monirampur.

2.2.67 0 11. the National Library is now able to collect new publications regularly.35.38 0 15.46 17. Preservation and renovation of the Lalbagh Fort and the Mohasthan Gar.13. Digital photo-copy machines and a map copier have been installed to provide reference services to readers and researchers.58 2014-15 16.00 28.00 20.14.3 million records from the district Collectorate record rooms Facilities provided to the researchers and readers for the use of collected records and books Trainings on collection and preservation of documents given to officers/employees of the Cabinet Division.46 20.70 13.1 Directorate of Archives and Libraries Recent Achievements: The National Archives building has been built.72.3 5. other Ministries/Divisions and the district collectorate record rooms officials Collection and Preparation of bibliography of new publications. Recently.02. Renovation and preservation of archaeological artefacts and developing tourism at archaeological sites • 5. The bibliography of 2009-10 has been completed. 5.13.00 23. • 2 .26 2015-16 11.5 List of Operation Units/Programs/Projects Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects Related Key Activities Operation Unit Department of Archaeology Approved Projects 1.00 22.3. 2. Collecting and preserving new publications and preparing bibliographies Circulation of research findings and publications in electronic and print media • • 3. 40.35.72. Due to introduction of ISBN number.38 2013-14 15.5 million old documents 2 Related Strategic Objectives 2 2.2.70 Projection 2012-13 15.00 24. distribution of those bibliography at national and international level and encourage creative writings ISBN to collected books Digitization of 0. Probable Outputs and Strategic Objectives Key Activities 1.000 documents/records have been collected and have been kept in CDs after scanning. Collection and preservation of national history and historic documents • • • Probable Output Collecting 0.00 21. Arrangement has been made in that lab to preserve the records digitally.67 Non-Development Development Total 5.79.23.3.26 0 16. and starting lights and sounds show at the Lalbagh Fort South Asia Tourism Infrastructure Development Project (Bangladesh portion) 1 1 5. preservation and improvement of cultural heritage and make the same attractive to the foreign tourists 2 Strategic Objectives 2.492 Key Activities Probable Output • Preparing an average of 550 archaeological artefacts every year and excavated sites for display Renovation.4 Budget Estimates and Projections (Taka in Thousand) Particulars Budget 2011-12 14.00 5.2 Key Activities.58 0 15.3 Output Indicators and Targets Indicators Related Strategic Objectives 2 Unit Number Target 2009-10 397 Actual 2009-10 397 Target 2010-11 516 Revised Target 2010-11 490 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 520 2012-13 555 2013-14 560 2014-15 565 2015-16 570 1 2 Collection and preservation of archaeological artifacts Visitors to the archaeological museums and sites 2 Number in Lac 17.55 25.14. One laboratory has been established for the collection and preservation of rare records in scientific methods.

Assigning ISBN numbers Related Strategic Objectives 2 2 2 Unit Person Person Number (lac) Number Number Number Target 2009-10 1000 5200 2. Information service (Archives) 2. Collection of new publications 5.4. around 13. Reader 3. Reference service s 3 % 25 16 20 20 25 30 30 35 40 .90 2015-16 1350 5700 3. Collection and preservation of documents and files 4.80 2014-15 1325 5600 2.30.3 Output Indicators and Targets Indicators 1.05. Building of Archives Bhaban (2nd Phase) Collection and preservation of rare documents using scientific methods 1 2 1-3 5.55 2013-14 2. Information service (Libraries) 3.80 2013-14 1300 5500 2. Establishment of modern and standard reference centres Establishment and expansion of public and private libraries Infrastructure development of existing libraries Establishment of digital libraries to provide epublication and e-information services Increase reading habits at national level. 2.3. by establishing public libraries at the district level.95. 4.05 0 2. Probable Output and Strategic Objectives Key Activities Probable Output • • • • • Information service for 26 million readers Expansion of the public library network in 100 Upazilas Commencement of digital library services by the vertical expansion of 64 public libraries Providing 26 million researchers and readers with information To build educated mass by supplying books and installing information and communication technology Strategic Objectives 3 3 3 3 3 5.4 5.81.95.05 2015-16 2.93.2 1.3 Output Indicators and Targets Indicators Related Strategic Objectives 3 3 3 Unit Number Person (lakh) Number Target 2009-10 10 43.78.1 Department of Public Libraries Recent Achievements: During the last three years. 2.00 16.493 5.50 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 1200 5100 2. Development and expansion of library buildings 4.93.50 50 2015-16 484 48 100 1.00 Target 2010-11 1200 5100 3.50 10 Actual 2009-10 68 43 12 Target 2010-11 68 45 30 Revised Target 2010-11 68 45 20 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 168 46 35 2012-13 268 46.30 0 2.50 Actual 2009-10 950 4500 2. Library 2. 5.75.00 2 2 2 3000 150 3000 2965 100 2800 3000 200 3000 3100 600 3000 3200 500 3100 3500 550 3200 3600 575 3500 3800 600 3600 4000 700 4000 5. Under the supervision of this project.4 million readers were given reading and reference facilities. 3.5 List of Operation Units/Programs/Projects Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects Related Key Activities Operation Unit Directorate of Archives and Libraries Approved Projects 1.30 0 2.50 50 2013-14 368 47 72 2014-15 468 47.55 0 2.81.78.75 2012-13 1250 5300 2.30 2014-15 2.20 Projection 2012-13 2.30 Non-Development Development Total 5.20 13.3.4. supply books to primary schools libraries and installation of information and communication technology in libraries 5. library buildings have been constructed and other facilities created in 45 districts.3. Training at Archives 6.4 Budget Estimates and Projections (Taka in Thousand) Particulars Budget 2011-12 2.00 Revised Target 2010-11 1100 5000 2. Key Activities.4.

60.00 2013-14 15. Proper application of the Copyright Act Arrange seminars and workshops to protect creative works from piracy Follow international contracts on copyrights for creative works 2.91. 2. The Copyright Act 2005 (Amended) and Copyright Rules-2006 have been translated into English and published in the Gazette.4. Issuance of copyright certificates 5. 2.5 List of Operation Units/Programs/Projects Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects Related Key Activities Operation Unit 1. 4 Approved Projects 1.1 Copyright Office Recent achievements: To stop piracy.4.50 2015-16 16.50 0 15. • 4 5. UNESCO’s Universal Copyright Convention and the WTO’s TRIPS (Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights) Related Strategic Objectives 4 5. 2 5. • 4 3.91.4 Budget Estimates and Projections (Taka in Thousand) Particulars Budget 2011-12 65.47 Non-Development Development Total .22 2015-16 69.3 Output Indicators and Targets Indicators Related Strategic Objectives 4 Unit Number Target 2009-10 600 Actual 2009-10 962 Target 2010-11 700 Revised Target 2010-11 700 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 800 2012-13 900 2013-14 1000 2014-15 1100 2015-16 1200 1.37 Projection 2012-13 66.88.22 2014-15 68.00 35. Key Activities. 1.00 Non-Development Development Total 5.22 0 68.00 0 16.4 Budget Estimates and Projections (Taka in Thousand) Particulars Budget 2011-12 10.50 2014-15 15.50. two anti-piracy task forces were established and a large amount of pirated goods were confiscated. 5.88.27.60.37 0 65.00 0 13.50 0 15.494 5.27. 3. Distribution of books to selected Government Primary School Implementation of Information and Communication Technology facilities in the Government Libraries Vertical Extension and other construction work in Government Libraries of Rajbari district Upward Extension and other construction work in Government Libraries of Bogra district Motivation of College students from Upazilla to national level for encouraging their reading habit Development of Public Libraries at District Level (3rd Phase) 2.5. Probable Output and Strategic Objectives Key Activities Probable Output • • Prevention of piracy by running task force operations Protection of copyright Organisation of 18 seminars/symposiums/ workshops Following all the rules and regulations on copyright including the WIPO’s Berne Convention.50.5.5 5.22 0 67.2 1.00. 3.00 Projection 2012-13 13. 4.42 0 66.00 45.47 0 69.5.5.42 2013-14 67. Department of Public Libraries Public Libraries at District Level 1 Approved Programmes 1.

00.00.5 List of Operation Units/Programs/Projects Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects Related Key Activities Operation Unit Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy Approved Programmes 1.00.3 Output Indicators and Targets Indicators Related Strategic Objectives 1 3 2 Unit Number Number Number Target 2009-10 33 35 4 Actual 2009-10 33 33 3 Target 2010-11 40 40 4 Revised Target 2010-11 49 49 5 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 45 45 5 2012-13 50 50 4 2013-14 50 50 4 2014-15 50 50 4 2015-16 50 50 4 1 2 3 Training (song.flung areas of the country took part and 6 prominent Folk Dance Artists and researchers were honoured. musical instruments and recitation in workshops at the Shilpokala Academy and the district Shilpokala Academies.26.00 Projection 2012-13 17.00.00 24. dance. drama.2.5 List of Operation Units/Programs/Projects Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects Operation Unit Copyright Office 1. dance.00 0 18. 900 artists received higher trainings on music.6.4 Budget Estimates and Projections (Taka in Thousand) Particulars Budget 2011-12 14.6 Bangladesh Shilpokala Academy Recent achievements: At the 14 Biennial Asian Fine Arts Exhibition Bangladesh-2010. 2 1. At the Folk Drama Week Festival at Shilpokala Academy 60 Folk Dance Groups from far.41. musical instruments and fine arts for 10.3 Related Key Activities 5.3.00 2014-15 20.00 0 20.00 0 23. • 2.00 2013-14 18.00 Non-Development Development Total 5. dance.000 artists of 57 districts Publication of 22 quarterly/ half-yearly journals/papers Organization of 120 national level cultural programmes/competitions/fairs Organization of 3 international events on fine arts and drama Organization of discussions and cultural competitions every year on the occasions of Rabindranath and Nazrul’s birth and death anniversaries Organization of discussions and cultural events on the birth and death anniversaries of 14-15 prominent artists and scholars 1 1 Related Strategic Objectives 1 1.4 . 4. music and dance Training on music. dance.6. th 5.00. Organization of various national and international and local cultural competitions and events Celebration of Rabindra and Nazrul birth anniversaries at the national level • • • 3.2.2 Key Activities. National Festivals on Seasons 1.00 0 17.00. Observing birth and death anniversaries of prominent artists and scholars • 1 5. During the 17th Young Artists Exhibition in 2010. jatra.00 39.6.00 2015-16 23. 271 fine arts of 150 artists from 27 countries were displayed.00. 177 fine arts of 156 artists were displayed.495 5. folk drama fine arts etc.5.85. drama. Patronage and improving the standard research and training on music. Probable Output and Strategic Objectives Key Activities Probable Output • • • Publication of 20 research papers on 20 prominent artists Publication of 4 research papers on folk drama. drama. etc) Cultural events at the national level Organize fairs 5.00.6.

National Literature and Writers through the establishment of a museum and archives at Bangla Academy 2 Related Strategic Objectives 1 2 5. National Litterateur and Writers Museum.7. • 5 • 6. 4. Halima-Sharfuddin Science Literature Awards to 3 persons. 3. Observing the birth and death anniversaries of prominent scholars Collection and preservation of national history and historic documents 3. 1. environmental etc. celebrating the Ekushe Book Fair and organising celebratory events on important days. 4.3 Output Indicators and Targets Indicators Related Strategic Objectives 5 5 Unit Number Number Target 2009-10 45 49 Actual 2009-10 45 48 Target 2010-11 30 50 Revised Target 2010-11 8 80 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 10 25 2012-13 10 30 2013-14 10 35 2014-15 10 40 2015-16 10 45 1. including (vocational. 4.7 5. Cultural Fairs in 64 districts Cultural Competition at Upazilla and Union level Patronage and to improve standard of drama. 2. Training 1 Persons 700 680 720 700 768 768 768 768 768 .publications of 212 books for all levels of education. Meher Kabir Science Literature Award to 3 persons. S’adt Ali Khandakar Shahittya Awards to 3 persons. and Mazharul Islam poetry awards to 2 persons.496 Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects 2. and Bangla Academy Archives and opening those for public display Training for 120 young writers Organization of 30 book fairs at home and 3 book fairs abroad including the month-long Ekushe Book Fair Publication of 70 creative and intellectual research works/dictionaries/collections on folk literature and heritage Publication of 130 books for all levels of education.1 Bangla Academy Recent achievements: Significant achievements of the Bangla Academy during the last three fiscal years are.) Translation of 30 books into English Translation of 15 foreign books into Bangla Preserving data for Language Movement. 2 Probable Projects 5. Publication of creative books and news paper 3. Expansion and Reorganization of District Shilpakal Academies Related Key Activities Approved Projects 1.2 1. and training on computer courses for 2160 persons. 5.7. publications of 50 books on creative thinking and research findings for the development of the Bangla language and literature. Encouraging creative writing and publications Organization of book fairs at home and abroad Research and development of the Bangla language and literature • • 3 3 5. National Literature and Writers and archives for the Bangla Academy • • • 5 5. technical. Bangla Academy Shahittya Awards were given to 12 persons. Translation of local and foreign creative literatures and books Establishment of museum for Language Movement. Probable Output and Strategic Objectives Key Activities Probable Output • • Organization of 60 events Collection and preservation of documents collected from the Language Movement Museum. honouring fellowship of the Bangla Academy to 36 persons. 3. 2. Publications of text books 2. Key Activities.7. 7. dance music and folk drama To preserve the tangible and intangible cultural heritage of tribal people Construction of National Art Gallery (2nd Phase) Establishment of Hason Raja Academy Training on Fine and Performing Arts (2nd phase) Renovation.

40. 3.16 0 2.8 5.00 0 19.99.46 0 2.50. Establishment and expansion of public and private libraries Infrastructure development of the existing libraries Encouraging creative publications Organization of book fairs at home and abroad 5.15.94.67 2015-16 2. 6. Write books on famous litterateur and on their works.8.27. 2.7.94. Taka 1.89. 6 Operation Unit Bangla Academy Approved Programmes 1. write history of Bengal and Bengalees and regional and national literary conference Development of folk culture Repair and Maintenance of Mir Mosharraf Hossain Memorial Dictionary on the evolution Bengalee language Establishment of museum for Language Movement.5 List of Operation Units/Programs/Projects Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects Related Key Activities 1-5 2.87 2014-15 2.88 crore were disbursed to 1058 private libraries.46 2013-14 2. 3.87 0 2. collection of their works. 3.97 Projection 2012-13 2.67 0 2. 1. three Dhaka International Book Fair and 57 book fairs at the upazila level were organized. 5.8.40. Key Activities.00 14.15. National Literature and Writers and Bangla Academy Archives Writing and Publication of Bangla Grammar by the Bangla Academy Construction of Bangla Academy Building 5 Approved Projects 5.99.2 1.16 Non-Development Development Total .88 crore in cash.8. and books worth 1. 2. Probable Output and Strategic Objectives Key Activities Probable Output • • • • • Assistance for 2.00 0 19. 4.00 Non-Development Development Total 5.27.8. 4.00 2014-15 19.46.4 Budget Estimates and Projections (Taka in Thousand) Particulars Budget 2011-12 1.4 Budget Estimates and Projections (Taka in Thousand) Particulars Budget 2011-12 14.1 National Book Centre Recent achievements: During the last three years.51.00 2013-14 16.61. One bibliography titled “Books of Bangladesh” was published containing information on all new published books.25.00 2015-16 19.7.89.00 0 16.25.00 1.497 5. Two international seminars were organized.46.61. Two Dhaka Book Fairs.100 libraries Assistance for the development of 1000 libraries Eighteen awards for designing cover page and body of creative books Organization of six book fairs abroad Organization of one book fair in each district every year Related Strategic Objectives 3 3 3 3 5.97 0 1.00 0 15.00 Projection 2012-13 15.3 Output Indicators and Targets Indicators Related Strategic Objectives 3 Unit Number Target 2009-10 550 Actual 2009-10 493 Target 2010-11 500 Revised Target 2010-11 500 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 550 2012-13 600 2013-14 650 2014-15 650 2015-16 650 1 2 Assistance for establishment of public and private libraries Book fairs at home and abroad 3 Number 20 37 25 64 64 64 64 64 64 5.

So far. one Nazrul’s work translated into English and 3 research papers.498 5. • 5 5. Among these publications “Rag Darshan in Nazrul Sangieet”. • • Organization of 6 events Publication of 36 research works 1 5 5. Events & Fairs 5 Number 3 3 2 15 20 4 4 4 4 1 Number 27 25 15 20 20 20 20 20 20 . 1250 songs. Nazrul’s Music Authenticity Council authenticated musical notations of 38 songs in 19 meetings and published those in books.5 List of Operation Units/Programs/Projects Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects Operation Unit National Book Center Approved Projects 1.3 Output Indicators and Targets Indicators Related Strategic Objectives 1 1 Unit Number Number Target 2009-10 12 100 Actual 2009-10 15 155 Target 2010-11 12 100 Revised Target 2010-11 19 130 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 5 140 2012-13 20 150 2013-14 20 160 2014-15 20 170 2015-16 20 180 1. Training on songs & recitation s of Nazrul’s poems with correct lyrics and tune 3.9 5. 4. conduct training courses on correct lyrics and tune of Nazrul songs for the trainers. and published 6 research books on Nazrul in Bangla. The “Nazrul Songs Omnibus” and the “Britisj Raj and the rebel poet Nazrul” have played a very significant role in introducing Nazrul to other countries.9.8.1 Nazrul Institute Recent achievements: During the last three years. • Publication of Albums and CDs on Nazrul songs. to spread the practice of Nazrul’s songs using correct lyrics and tune. short Dramas. Research and training on various fields of fine arts including music. Conduct training for trainers and organize international Nazrul Conferences Establishment of Nazrul Institute Centre in places connected with Nazrul memory • 3. national and international levels Celebration of birth anniversaries of Rabindranath and Nazrul Implementation of research and development programmes for the Bangla language and literature Publication of Nazrul Albums and CDs. 4 books on Nazrul’s songs.9. Assistance for Renovation and Expansion of Private Libraries (1st Phase) 3 1-4 Related Key Activities 5. During the last three years. Besides these. Research and publication activities 2. dramas.9. Organization of various fine arts competition events at the local. Key Activities.2 1. Probable Output and Strategic Objectives Key Activities Probable Output • • • • Publication of six books of authentic Nazrul songs with correct lyrics and tune Publication of three audio CDs on Nazrul’s songs with correct lyrics and tune Nazrul Awards for 6 persons for making significant contributions on Nazrul Training for 300 pupils on reciting and singing Nazrul’s poems and songs with correct lyrics and tune Organization of 40 events 1 Related Strategic Objectives 1 5. 147 students received training on Nazrul’s songs and recitations. recitations have been transferred to CDs for future research. drama and dance 2. organize national and international conferences Establishment of the Nazrul Institute centre at Comilla 5 6. Publication of books on authentic Nazrul songs with correct lyrics and tune 4. the Nazrul Institute has published 32 books.

00 2013-14 2. 3.36 Non-Development Development Total 5.80.10 5.80. and establishment of specialized museums.2 1.30 0 13. 2.9.73. Probable Output and Strategic Objectives Key Activities Probable Output • • Decoration of the galleries Conversion into museum of the collections centre of Poet Jashimuddin.25 47 86570 11 2014-15 16.9. the Liberation War and the ethnic history of the Bengali Related Strategic Objectives 2 5. Also. Sylhet divisional museum and printing press of Kangal Harinath into Museums Digitization of museum management system Collection of 300 mementos Redecoration of three galleries to depict the history of independence movement.10.10.00 5. Key Activities.80. Recently at gallery no 38. 6 special displays were organized and 2 books and 4 catalogues were published.50.00 2014-15 2.98.5 List of Operation Units/Programs/Projects Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects Related Key Activities Operation Unit Nazrul Institute 1.50 47 86580 12 2015-16 16. • • • 2 2 5.98. Collection and preservation of national history and historical documents Collection.10.4 Budget Estimates and Projections (Taka in Thousand) Particulars Budget 2011-12 12.66.5 5.00. objects of the Liberation War and fine arts.499 5.10.14.00.90 million visitors entered the Museum.28.1 Bangladesh National Museum Recent Achievements: During the last three years. preservation.28 0 13. the correct history of our Freedom Fight has been depicted.02 3.73.30 2014-15 13. Iranian. Collection. During last three years 153 mementos were collected. Swiss and Chinese) corners were installed.02 Projection 2012-13 2.2.01 2015-16 3.28 2015-16 15.5 List of Operation Units/Programs/Projects Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects Related Key Activities Operation Unit Bangladesh National Museum 1-3 .50.00 18.01 0 2.78 6. anthropological artefacts.60 2013-14 13. 40.60 0 11. nine competitions on hand writing and painting were arranged.15. During the same period.50.36 0 15.00 0 2.88.01 Non-Development Development Total 5.4 Budget Estimates and Projections (Taka in Thousand) Particulars Budget 2011-12 1.4.3 Output Indicators and Targets Indicators Related Strategic Objectives 2 2 2 2 Unit Lakh persons Number Number Number Target 2009-10 13 44 86454 6 Actual 2009-10 13 44 86460 6 Target 2010-11 13 44 86547 6 Revised Target 2010-11 14 45 86550 7 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 15 46 86560 9 2012-13 16 47 86560 10 2013-14 16.28.00 0 2.10.3.14. 39. Three new galleries and 4 foreign (Korean.68.51.50. preservation and display of mementos of our heritage and culture collected from distant corners of the country 1. development and display of immovable archaeological monuments.01 0 3.78 Projection 2012-13 11.70 47 86600 13 1 2 3 4 Number of visitors Gallery Total exhibits Publications 5.

Every year 9000 visitors visit the museum. and the Liberation War. Bangladesh National Museum ICT and Digitization Programme Modernization.50 3 5050 5 2013-14 6.00 2 5020 5 2012-13 5.00 0 70. 2.75 2 5000 3 Target 2010-11 3. steps were taken to display important documents and souvenirs of the Independence Movement.50 2 4950 3 Actual 2009-10 2.500 Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects Approved Projects 1.11.50 2 5010 4 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 5.11 5. Collection and preservation of national history and historic documents . Collection and preservation of national history and historic documents Collection. Renovation and Development of Bangladesh National Museum Establishment of two subject wise Display Centre at Bangladesh National Museum 2.00 8 5090 7 1 2 3 4 Number of visitors Gallery/corner Exhibits Publications 5. 2. Key Activities.4 Budget Estimates and Projections (Taka in Thousand) Particulars Budget 2011-12 70.12 5.2 1. 3.00 2015-16 1.20.00 0 1.00 Non-Development Development Total 5.12.00 2014-15 1.3 Output Indicators and Targets Indicators Related Strategic Objectives 2 2 2 2 Unit Lakh persons Number Number Person Target 2009-10 2. Bangabandhu Memorial Museum was renovated to display these items for the public.12. Also.3 5. Proclamation of Independence.11.50.1 Bangabandhu Memorial Museum Recent Achievements: Steps were taken to protect (using the most scientific methods) items in Bangabandhu’s rooms such as clothes.00 0 1.00. preservation and display of mementos of our heritage and culture collected from distant corners of the country 5.00 Projection 2012-13 1.50 2 5000 3 Revised Target 2010-11 4.00 5 5060 6 2014-15 6. Probable Output and Strategic Objectives Key Activities Probable Output • • Digitization of museum management system Development of galleries and exhibits Related Strategic Objectives 2 2 5.50 7 5075 6 2015-16 7.11.50. Key Activities. 2. his paternal house has been converted into a museum with various documents depicting the activities of General Osmani. Probable Output and Strategic Objectives Key Activities Probable Output • Digitization of museum items Related Strategic Objectives 2 5.2 1.00 2013-14 1.00 0 1.5 List of Operation Units/Programs/Projects Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects Related Key Activities Operation Unit Bangabandhu Memorial Museum 5.40.40.20.11.11.00. Renovation and Development of Bangladesh National Museum Construction of Country Poet Jashimuddin Centre. furniture and other items that he used. Faridpur 1 1 Related Key Activities Approved Programme 1.1 Osmani Museum Recent achievements: In order to acknowledge the contribution of General Ataul Ghani Osmani and his patriotism and to depict the spirit of the Freedom Fight to the people.00 0 1.

45 17 2013-14 1.52 0 48. Key Activities.12.40 17 Revised Target 2010-11 1.40 17 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 1. 114575(2007-8) and 125939(2008-9).1 Zia Museum Recent achievements: During the period from 2006-2009 the number visitors were 114010 (2006-7).12.50 17 2015-16 1.13.00 Projection 2012-13 50.00 0 80. preservation and display of mementos of our heritage and culture collected from distant corners of the country • Probable Output Development of galleries and display Related Strategic Objectives 2 5.71 2013-14 48.06 0 54.00 2013-14 60.00 0 70.13. Collection and preservation of national history and historic documents Collection.00 Projection 2012-13 41.45 17 2012-13 1.34 0 54.06 Non-Development Development Total .5 List of Operation Units/Programs/Projects Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects Related Key Activities Operation Unit Osmani Museum 1-3 5.00 Non-Development Development Total 5.52 2014-15 54.00 2015-16 80.50 17 1 2 Number of visitors Gallery /corner 5.00 2014-15 70.501 Key Activities Collection. During this period.30 17 Target 2010-11 1.45 17 2014-15 1.34 2015-16 54.00 0 60.13. 3.00 0 25.13.3 Output Indicators and Targets Indicators Related Strategic Objectives 2 2 Unit thousand persons Number Target 2009-10 10 3 Actual 2009-10 9 3 Target 2010-11 11 3 Revised Target 2010-11 10 3 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 11 3 2012-13 11 3 2013-14 11 3 2014-15 12 3 2015-16 12 3 1 2 Number of visitors Gallery/display corner 5. preservation and display of mementos of our heritage and culture collected from distant corners of the country 5.3 Output Indicators and Targets Indicators Related Strategic Objectives 2 2 Unit Lakh persons Number Target 2009-10 1.00 0 50.4 Budget Estimates and Projections (Taka in Thousand) Particulars Budget 2011-12 90.12.00 0 90.4 Budget Estimates and Projections (Taka in Thousand) Particulars Budget 2011-12 25. Probable Output and Strategic Objectives Key Activities Probable Output • • Digitization of museum items Development of galleries and display Related Strategic Objectives 2 2 5.2 1.13 5. one sculpture and the administrative building were built and 5 new galleries were opened for visitors.71 0 41.30 17 Actual 2009-10 1.

14.00 7.2 1.14.00 2014-15 2.66.2 Approved Programmes 1. Month long Cratfts Fair at the compound of the Bangladesh Folk Arts and Crafts Foundation Sculpture of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman at the compound of the Bangladesh Folk Arts and Crafts Foundation 1 1 . Recently. public toilets.5 List of Operation Units/Programs/Projects Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects Operation Unit Zia Museum 1-3 Related Key Activities 5.00.00 6.25. 2. a total of 6.00 3.10.00.13.3 Output Indicators and Targets Indicators Related Strategic Objectives 2 2 2 2 Unit Lakh persons Number Number Number Target 2009-10 6. mementos of the Liberation War and folk culture.00 100 4 3 1 2 3 4 Number of visitors Collection of exhibits Publications and printing Awarding of Karushilpi Podok 5.00 100 4 3 2014-15 9.00.1 Bangladesh Folk Arts and Crafts Foundation Recent achievements: Due to the implementation of various development activities.50 100 4 3 2015-16 10.00 Non-Development Development Total 5.80.67 3 3 Actual 2009-10 6.5 List of Operation Units/Programs/Projects Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects Related Key Activities Operation Unit Bangladesh Folk Arts and Crafts Foundation Approved Projects 1.60. anthropological monuments.00 2013-14 2.50 100 4 3 2013-14 9. the Foundation has published 3 books. the number of visitors to the Bangladesh Folk Arts and Crafts Foundation has increased to a great extent.25.00. Probable Output and Strategic Objectives Key Activities Probable Output • • • • • • Collection and preservation of 200 new items of fine arts Development of display arrangements in 10 galleries Addition of 100 new items for displays Establishment of regional folk arts and a crafts institution in Rajshahi Financial assistance for 100 poor craftsmen and artists Every year awarding one artist from each of the three categories of the Karushilpi Podok 1 Related Strategic Objectives 2 5.00 Projection 2012-13 2. natural.14 5.80.90. The policies about research and publication and awarding the artists of fine arts have been formulated.00 1. Three craftsmen have been selected for medals. Key Activities.14.00 7. development and displays of immovable archaeological.4 Budget Estimates and Projections (Taka in Thousand) Particulars Budget 2011-12 2. Preservation.00 100 4 3 Revised Target 2010-11 8.67 3 3 Target 2010-11 8. The development work of quarters for third class staff .00 5.00 4. Extension of physical infrastructure and security system of Bangladesh Folk Arts and Crafts Foundation 1.00 8.14.00 10. During 2009-10.00.60.00 100 4 3 2012-13 8.00 2015-16 3.00 100 4 3 Medium Term Targets 2011-12 8. land development and parking space has been completed. Sponsoring and awarding significant contributors to the development of folklore arts and crafts 5.14.900 people visited the Foundation.00 6.502 5.80. and establishment of local and specialized museums 2.00.

503 5. arts.2 1-3 . Preservation of and research and training on tribal music. Monipuri Fine Arts Academy. Recent achievements: These institutes are working hard to project the Old and rich cultural heritage of tribal people. 6. Establishment of Tribal Music Training Centre cum Artist Hostel at Tribal Cultural Institute. Rajshai Divisional Tribal Academy. teaching of tribal languages. Rajshai Divisional Tribal Academy. Rangamati Development and preservation of tribal culture in Moulavibazar district Development and preservation of tribal culture in greater Mymensingh district Preservation. paintings and musical instruments were collected. 4. Tasks undertaken by these institutes are. 3. crafts. drama and fine arts Preservation.5 Output Indicators and Targets: Not Applicable Budget Estimates and Projections: Not Applicable List of Operation Units/Programs/Projects Operation Unit/Programmes/Projects Related Key Activities Operation Unit Tribal Cultural Institutes: Rangamati/Bandarban/Khagrachhari/ Cox’sbazar Cultural Centres.publication of books and collected works on literature. research. BIRISHIRI Ntrokona. translating tribal manuscripts into Bangla.15. Moulavibazar Tribal Cultural Academy. traditional clothes. 3. recording tribal songs and music. and burned clay monuments/models on the tribal lifestyle were constructed. Under the Museum and Library sections of these institutes various tribal items. Rajshahi.15.15. publication of tribal culture and languages Promotion and Preservation of Tribal culture • • • • Probable Output Training on songs. 7. Birishiri Ntrokona.15 Tribal Cultural Institutes: Rangamati/Bandarban/Khagrachhari/ Cox’sbazar Cultural Centres. ornaments. dance and other cultural programme Arranging tribal language teaching courses Preservation of tribal cultural heritage through the establishment of Documentation and Music Training Centres Related Strategic Objectives 1 5. 5. Approved Programmes 1. 2.2 2. old coins.15. 8. 5 5 5. dance. Moulavibazar Tribal Cultural Academy.1 5.15. Key Activities. expansion and strengthening of cultural heritage of the tribal people of Northern Region Development and preservation of tribal culture in Bandarban district Development and preservation of tribal culture in Rangamati district Development and preservation of tribal culture in Cox’sbazardistrict Development and preservation of tribal culture in Khagrachhari district 1. Reading opportunities were created by purchasing and preserving a number of valuable books and magazines for the libraries. Probable Output and Strategic Objectives Key Activities 1.4 5.3 5. Monipuri Fine Arts Academy. dance and other cultural activities for the promotion of tribal culture Arranging events on music. Rajshahi.

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