Introduction

Introduction: Quality Function Deployment (QFD)- is a quality tool conceived in Japan in the late 1960’s and introduced to America and the world in 1980’s that help translate the voice of customer (VOC) into a product that satisfy their needs/requirements under the umbrella of Total Quality Management (TQM). It’s a systematic and organized approach of rendering customer’s needs into engineering specifications. It makes sure that the needs are considered into the design efforts by interlinking customers – design Engineers –manufacturing team and the competitors resulting in a better product. It’s currently being used in manufacturing, healthcare and service organizations.

How to use it: QFD is deployed using series of matrices, referred to as House of Quality (HOQ). The four phases of the process are:
Product Planning: Gather customer requirement to be converted into product technical requirement.

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Product Design: Translate technical requirement into key part characteristics or system.

Process planning: Identify operations to achieve key part characteristics.
43434028733750Production Planning: Control operations by establishing process control plans, maintenance plans and training plans.

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1379220104140Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 1: Phases of QFD
0Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 1: Phases of QFD

1615440726440HOUSE OF QUALITY: It’s a diagram resembling a house and used for defining the relationship between the customer desires/requirements and the firm’s products and capabilities.

1615440248920Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 2: House of Quality
Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 2: House of Quality

Walls (Customer’s Requirements)
Right Side
Prioritized customer Requirements.

Planning matrix
Left Side
Voice of Customer (VOC)
Ceiling (Technical Descriptors)
Consistency of the product
Interior Walls
Relation (Between customer requirements and technical descriptors)
Roof of the House
Interrelation (Between technical descriptors)
Trade off similar
Identify conflicting descriptors
Foundation
Prioritized technical descriptors
Technical benchmarking
35966402007870Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 3: Customer’s Requirements
Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 3: Customer’s Requirements
3596640000Degree of technical difficulty
Target value
Step 1: List customer requirements (What’s).
Customer Needs or Expectations.

Primary requirements.

36048952135505Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 4:Listing Technical Descriptors
Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 4:Listing Technical Descriptors
360489513716000Secondary requirements.

Tertiary requirements.
Step 2: List technical Descriptors (How’s)
Counterpart characteristics: – An expression of the voice of the customer in technical language
Primary characteristics/ Descriptors.

35960052052320Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 5: L shaped structured diagram
Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 5: L shaped structured diagram
35960054445000Secondary characteristics/ Descriptors.

Tertiary characteristics/ Descriptors.

Step 3: Develop a relationship matrix between What’s and How’s.

Structure an L shaped Diagram inside the house using shape to represent the shape of that relation.

Degree of influence between each technical descriptor and each customer requirement.

33528056515 Strong Relationship = 9
33528042545 Medium Relationship = 3
280416000033528059055 Weak relationship = 1
Blank For no relationship
Additional Descriptors are required in case a row is left empty.

2802255133985000If a column is empty it means that a (particular) technical descriptor does not affect any of the customer requirement and can be removed from the house of quality.

Step 4: Develop an interrelationship matrix between roof of the house.
Called the correlation matrix.
2797810133159500Identify the interrelationship between each of the technical descriptors (support or conflict?). Positive and negative correlation identify the trade-off’s where necessary.
Step 5: Competitive Assessments: Competitive analysis is done to identify key areas to concentrate on the next design.
27279602647950Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 6: Technical competitive assessment
Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 6: Technical competitive assessment
2727960000Competitive products compare with organization current products
Customers assessment
Technical Assessment
27241503213100Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 7: Prioritized technical descriptors
Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 7: Prioritized technical descriptors
272415056515000Step 6: Develop prioritized customer’s requirements by ranking each customer requirements.

Importance to customer
Target value
Scale-up factor
Sales Point
Absolute weight
Step 7: Develop Prioritized technical Descriptors
Degree of difficulty: Rating from 1(least difficult) to 10(most difficult).

2316480320675Target value: Rating from 1(worst) to 5(best).

231648038290500Absolute Weight.

Relative Weight.

Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 8: Sample QFD matrix
MAJOR BENEFITS OF USING QFD:
Major reductions in development, cost and time, A significant reduction in start up problems and shorter design cycles.

Improved internal communication within teams.

Satisfied and delighted customer.

The quality and productivity of the service becomes more precise.

The house of quality clarifies the customer requirements to the team that results in a product with a competitive advantage.

Everything is preserved in writing and can be effectively considered for a trade off in future.

Ensures consistency between planning and production process.

DRAWBACKS IMPLEMENTING QFD
For a product with a lot of relational matrix, combined matrix gets complex and large.

It takes a lot of precision to make a right QFD for a product that is not physical in nature but rather a software.

It’s difficult to categories the demands of the customer into the house of quality chart due to ambiguity in VOC.

It takes time to develop a complete QFD chart thus it might get late and stop the rest of the development process.

QFD is not applicable for all the applications.

INDUSTRIES THAT MAKE BEST USE OF QFD: Benefits and Drawbacks
MANUFACTURNG INDUSTRIES
QFD originated in japan and its potential was realized in Japanese manufacturing industries and is often attributed to TOYOTA AUTO BODY INC. There use of QFD contributed to successfully solving their problem of rusting cars in the mid -1970s. In 1996 Hauser and Clausing compared start-up and preproduction costs in 1977 (before QFD), to those costs in 1984, when QFD was well under the way. HoQ meetings early on reduced the costs by more than 60%. As a result, the Japanese automaker with QFD made fewer changes than U.S automaker without QFD.

QFD in Japan: – The first ever study (1987) was done on mainly large manufacturing industries in japan. The highest ranked benefit was ‘easier setting up of design quality’ and ‘initial quality troubles reduced’.
QFD in USA: – Overall 35 manufacturing companies were surveyed (1992) of which only 25% were successful but all the projects gave some surprising benefits that were ‘more rational decisions in the product development process’, ‘improved information flow and ‘capture knowledge’. But the difficulties were attributed to the non-cross-functional environment in the team. Looking at this from another prospective: cross-functional teamwork is likely to improve.
QFD in Sweden: – Overall 31 Swedish manufacturing companies were investigated (1997), companies that were most successful in utilizing the benefit of the QFD stopped using it further after development of the House of Quality and did not carry further phase progression. Problems reported were as follow in rank order: ‘lack of management support’, ‘group member commitment’, ‘lack of resources and ‘lack of QFD experience’. Benefits that were reported in rank order were: – ‘Better communication’, ‘Knowledge was preserved’, ‘Unity in the group’ and ‘Better decision’.
“QFD is a method to transform qualitative user demands into quantitative parameters, to deploy the functions forming quality, and to deploy methods for achieving the design quality into subsystems and component parts, and ultimately to specific elements of the manufacturing process.”
Yes, I completely agree with this statement as QFD has its basis in being a quality tool that helps translate the Voice of the Customer (VOC) into product that truly satisfy their needs. The statement can be showcased with the help of describing the implementation process as below.
Level 1 QFD effort is to analyze and investigate the customer needs. VOC data is reduced into a set of critical customer needs using techniques such as higher to lower priority and documented in customer needs data table known as house of quality. The matrix is data concentrated and allows the team to visualize a large amount of information in one place.

Level 2 QFD matrix is a used during the Design Development Phase. The team can discover which of the assemblies, systems, sub-systems and components have the most impact on meeting the product design requirements and identify key design characteristics. The information used is a direct input to the Design Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (DFMEA) process. Level 2 QFDs may be developed at the following levels:
System Level
Sub-system Level
Component Level
Level 3 QFD is used during the Process Development Phase where it is examined of the processes or process steps that have any correlation to meeting the component or part specifications. This information allows production and quality team to focus on critical to quality process.

Level 4 QFD is not utilized as often but lists all the critical processes or process characteristics in the “What’s” column on the left and then determine the “How’s” for assuring quality parts are produced and list them across the top of the matrix. This information is used for creating input to control plans.
In short, there is a rigorous consideration of a variety of factors in developing requirements and specifications. The matrix highlights which of the processes have the most impact on meeting the part specifications. The intent is to identify a more optimal, and perhaps even a break-through solution rather than continuing with the traditional concept used for past products. Using concept selection matrix requirements as a basis for decision criteria QFD places an emphasis on innovation and achieve design quality in subsystems and component parts. QFD, when performed with full understanding of the process and with adequate effort to collect and analyze the required data addresses the limitations that are common in product development hence improving specific elements in manufacturing process.
HOUSE OF QUALITY: VACUMN CLEANER
Customer requirements are divided according to properties into low weight, easy handling/cleaning, quite operation etc. Following steps to fulfill all the customers requirements and again adding each engineering parameter’ score and record in the far right “importance” column. The highest engineering parameter is found to improve “Dirt time Removal” and “power”. These two will be used to improve customer requirements “Strong Suction power”, “size of vacuum cleaner” and “filter bag volume”

Introduction:
Nowadays, there is no one who was not use a gadget like cell phones from old communication likes post mail to high technology that make the communication simple, fast and affordable. wherever people may go and whoever they want to talk. Cell phone make it easier to keep in touch to our family and friends. Communication is the most basic element of the society. And with the technology today people are able to communicate effectively and easily in just a click. Cellphones play important roles in communication nowadays. Not only in calling, people today also uses cellphones in communicating in social media. And it’s been a habit of people to use cellphones to interact in social media by sharing their thoughts, knowledge, opinions, and experiences. Like emergency situations, in case like forgot your keys at home, got injury and also improve knowledge could use phone to internet and learn somethingfrom it. In miss understanding in class, could use it to email your teacher as soon as possible and call classmate for help. And on events around the world, today all phones have new apps. With cellphones came the most useful invention, which was internet. The internet is a great tool as it allows anyone to find information on any of the imaginable topic in seconds. The internet allows to purchase or sell any product anywhere around the world. Social networking is even possible with the help of it people can interact with one another and can create new bonds. There are different kind of people in the world including shy, anti – social and various others. Cellphones have many features, which allow shy people to interact with someone on internet without hesitation and increase their confidence. But there are certain factors that contribute and affect a person who is using a cellphone regularly and more often.

Body:
Mobile phones have now become a basic human need. Regarding this fact, each and every person from elementary school to a person old enough needs a cell phone. Not denying the fact that many app like messaging have made our very easy. These aren’t the only things a cell phone can do. During these days, cell phone has major role about how our relationships are with each other. You interact less with someone and he is not your so-good friends. However, as pointed by Mehtab (2016) that cell telephones have changed society in a negative way more than they are doing any positive impact. There are numerous reasons why mobile phones are terrible. Phones cause a diversion for kids in classrooms, drivers out and about, and they can be addictive. Another negative impact is phones separate us from the people in real lives. According to Addo (2013) cell phones called “One of the most technologically pervasive influences ” over the past decades. This study therefore examined how the adoption of mobiles phones has impacted in changing the behavior and attitude of users. Mobile phones also become part of our daily life and efforts should be made to mitigate its negative influence.
“Cell phones are being used by many people of all ages, sex, race, and religion. They have changed how we play games, talk to friends and relatives, research information, and even doing homework. Cell phones have many purposes now and will continue to get better as time goes on. Mobiles phones have become essential part of peoples live.” Peterson(2013). In addition, according to Pitzevans(2011) Innovations in society inevitably change us either for good or bad. Most however are double edged and bring with them both positive and negative effects to society. Cell phones are no different and their effect on our society has been drastic to say the least. There are many benefits that have been occasioned by the invention of mobile phones and have made life easier and better.
Conclusion:
In a nutshell, One of the most helpful invention that science has given to the people in the world is cell phone, it helps the people to communicate with others as it makes life more easier and better. Long ago, communication with the people is difficult because there is much more to be done before the message sent to the receiver. The cell phone can’t use only for communication but also for enjoyment like playing mini games and online games such as Clash of Clans , Mobile Legend and many more. Those are few examples of how cell phones changes the humanity socially. On the contrary, we do not know too much about the harmful effects of cell phones in the humanity, but it could decrease the harmful effects of it by researching. I believe that cell phones are going to keep upgrading to keep up with the changing of society.

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Reference

Mehtab, L. (2016, January 18). Cell phones: how have they change us socially? Retrieved from
https://yellpaki.com/369/cell-phones-how-have-they-changed-us-socially.html
Addo, A. (2013, July 7). The adoption of mobile phone: how has it changed us socially? Issues in Business Management and Economics Vol.1 (3), pp. 047-060, July 2013 Available online at
http://www.journalissues.org/journals-home.php?id=2
Peterson, P. (2015, February 22). How cell phones have changed us socially. Retrieved from
https://www.allfreepapers.com/Technology/How-Cell-Phones-Have-Changed-Us- Socially/73529.html
Pitzevans (2011, August 30). How have Cell Phones change us socially? Part 1. Retrieved from
How have Cell Phones changed us socially? Part 1
https://www.ukessays.com/essays/sociology/cell-phones-how-have-they-changed-us-socially.php
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/cell-phones-how-have-changed-us-socially-waseem-khan

Introduction:
Nowadays, there is no one who was not use a gadget like cell phones from old communication likes post mail to high technology that make the communication simple, fast and affordable. wherever people may go and whoever they want to talk. Cell phone make it easier to keep in touch to our family and friends. Communication is the most basic element of the society. And with the technology today people are able to communicate effectively and easily in just a click. Cellphones play important roles in communication nowadays. Not only in calling, people today also uses cellphones in communicating in social media. And it’s been a habit of people to use cellphones to interact in social media by sharing their thoughts, knowledge, opinions, and experiences. Like emergency situations, in case like forgot your keys at home, got injury and also improve knowledge could use phone to internet and learn somethingfrom it. In miss understanding in class, could use it to email your teacher as soon as possible and call classmate for help. And on events around the world, today all phones have new apps. With cellphones came the most useful invention, which was internet. The internet is a great tool as it allows anyone to find information on any of the imaginable topic in seconds. The internet allows to purchase or sell any product anywhere around the world. Social networking is even possible with the help of it people can interact with one another and can create new bonds. There are different kind of people in the world including shy, anti – social and various others. Cellphones have many features, which allow shy people to interact with someone on internet without hesitation and increase their confidence. But there are certain factors that contribute and affect a person who is using a cellphone regularly and more often.

Body:
Mobile phones have now become a basic human need. Regarding this fact, each and every person from elementary school to a person old enough needs a cell phone. Not denying the fact that many app like messaging have made our very easy. These aren’t the only things a cell phone can do. During these days, cell phone has major role about how our relationships are with each other. You interact less with someone and he is not your so-good friends. However, as pointed by Mehtab (2016) that cell telephones have changed society in a negative way more than they are doing any positive impact. There are numerous reasons why mobile phones are terrible. Phones cause a diversion for kids in classrooms, drivers out and about, and they can be addictive. Another negative impact is phones separate us from the people in real lives. According to Addo (2013) cell phones called “One of the most technologically pervasive influences ” over the past decades. This study therefore examined how the adoption of mobiles phones has impacted in changing the behavior and attitude of users. Mobile phones also become part of our daily life and efforts should be made to mitigate its negative influence.
“Cell phones are being used by many people of all ages, sex, race, and religion. They have changed how we play games, talk to friends and relatives, research information, and even doing homework. Cell phones have many purposes now and will continue to get better as time goes on. Mobiles phones have become essential part of peoples live.” Peterson(2013). In addition, according to Pitzevans(2011) Innovations in society inevitably change us either for good or bad. Most however are double edged and bring with them both positive and negative effects to society. Cell phones are no different and their effect on our society has been drastic to say the least. There are many benefits that have been occasioned by the invention of mobile phones and have made life easier and better.
Conclusion:
In a nutshell, One of the most helpful invention that science has given to the people in the world is cell phone, it helps the people to communicate with others as it makes life more easier and better. Long ago, communication with the people is difficult because there is much more to be done before the message sent to the receiver. The cell phone can’t use only for communication but also for enjoyment like playing mini games and online games such as Clash of Clans , Mobile Legend and many more. Those are few examples of how cell phones changes the humanity socially. On the contrary, we do not know too much about the harmful effects of cell phones in the humanity, but it could decrease the harmful effects of it by researching. I believe that cell phones are going to keep upgrading to keep up with the changing of society.

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Reference

Mehtab, L. (2016, January 18). Cell phones: how have they change us socially? Retrieved from
https://yellpaki.com/369/cell-phones-how-have-they-changed-us-socially.html
Addo, A. (2013, July 7). The adoption of mobile phone: how has it changed us socially? Issues in Business Management and Economics Vol.1 (3), pp. 047-060, July 2013 Available online at
http://www.journalissues.org/journals-home.php?id=2
Peterson, P. (2015, February 22). How cell phones have changed us socially. Retrieved from
https://www.allfreepapers.com/Technology/How-Cell-Phones-Have-Changed-Us- Socially/73529.html
Pitzevans (2011, August 30). How have Cell Phones change us socially? Part 1. Retrieved from
How have Cell Phones changed us socially? Part 1
https://www.ukessays.com/essays/sociology/cell-phones-how-have-they-changed-us-socially.php
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/cell-phones-how-have-changed-us-socially-waseem-khan

Introduction: Bangladesh has an essentially agrarian economy. Agriculture is the single biggest delivering division of the economy since it includes about 30% of the nation’s GDP and utilizes around 60% of the aggregate work constrain. The execution of this segment overwhelmingly affects major macroeconomic goals like business age, neediness lightening, HR advancement and sustenance security.

Most Bangladeshis win their living from agriculture. In spite of the fact that rice and jute are the essential products, wheat is expecting more noteworthy significance. Tea is developed in the upper east. In light of Bangladesh’s rich soil and regularly abundant water supply, rice can be developed and collected three times each year in numerous territories. Because of various components, Bangladesh’s work escalated agriculture has accomplished unfaltering increments in sustenance grain creation regardless of the regularly ominous climate conditions. These incorporate better surge control and water system, a for the most part more effective utilization of manures, and the foundation of better dissemination and rustic credit systems. With 35.8 million metric tons created in 2000,

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Contribution sector of agriculture:

Agriculture remains the most essential area of Bangladeshi economy, contributing 19.6 percent to the national GDP and giving work to 63 percent of the populace. Agriculture in Bangladesh is vigorously subject to the climate, and the whole gather can be wiped out in merely hours when twisters hit the nation. As indicated by the World Bank, the aggregate arable land in Bangladesh is 61.2 percent of the aggregate land zone (down from 68.3 percent in 1980). Homesteads are normally little because of intensely expanding populace, inconvenient land possession, and legacy controls. The 3 fundamental products—rice, jute, and tea—have ruled horticultural fares for quite a long time, in spite of the fact that the rice is developed on the whole for local utilization, while jute and tea are the principle send out workers. Notwithstanding these items, Bangladeshi ranchers deliver sugarcane, tobacco, cotton, and different foods grown from the ground (sweet potatoes, bananas, pineapples, and so forth.) for the residential market.

Rice is the staple nourishment in the regular eating routine of Bangladeshis. The generation of rice, which can be collected 2 or even 3 times each year, achieved 19.9 million metric tons in 1998-99. The creation of wheat came to around 2 million metric tons in 1998-99. The two yields assume a critical job in accomplishing independence in sustenance creation. In any case, because of climate conditions the creation of rice and wheat vacillate extraordinarily, driving Bangladesh to import nourishment from the worldwide market or swing to universal guide. Bangladesh imported 1.6 million tons of wheat (for the most part from the United States) in 2000 with the end goal to take care of the demand in the nearby market.

Jute, regularly called the “brilliant fiber” of Bengal, is the primary fare worker for Bangladeshi agriculture, as Bangladesh remains the world’s second-biggest maker of jute (after India) and the world’s biggest exporter of fiber. Jute is generally utilized for the fiber of cover backing, burlap sacks, modest paper, and different purposes. Its significance for the Bangladeshi economy originates from the way that very nearly 3 million ranches are associated with jute creation. In 1999 Bangladeshi fare profit from jute added up to US$55 million, with the nation creating 720,000 metric huge amounts of jute, despite the fact that this is around 33% of the jute generation of the center of the 1980s. The decrease in jute creation is ascribed to declining world costs for this yield and to agriculturists changing to different harvests.

Bangladesh additionally creates tea leaves, primarily for fare, in spite of the fact that the fare of this item contributes just 1 percent of the nation’s hard cash profit. In 1998-99 the nation delivered 56,000 metric huge amounts of tea leaves, however it could create twice that sum. The primary impediment to expanding creation is in falling costs for tea in the global market and in administration and control issues in the business in the nation.

Tropical rainforest is vital for keeping up the environmental equalization in Bangladesh, and ranger service contributes 1.9 percent to the GDP (1999-2000). The woods covers around 17 percent of the nation’s domain, or 2.5 million hectares (6.18 million sections of land). The timber is utilized by the development business as a wellspring of building materials, by the printing business as a wellspring of materials to deliver paper, and in the horticultural division as a wellspring of kindling. Business logging is restricted to around 6.1 million cubic feet, and the administration intends to plant more trees inside the following 15 years.

Angling is another vital movement in the nation, contributing 4.9 percent to the GDP (1999-2000) and giving 6 percent of the aggregate fare salary. The general fish creation was around 1.6 million metric tons (1999-2000). Bangladesh principally sends out its shrimp to the worldwide market.

Bangladesh is the fourth biggest rice creating nation on the planet. National offers of the classes of bug spray utilized on rice, including granular carbofuran, engineered pyrethroids, and Malathion surpassed 13,000 tons of planned items in 2003. The bug sprays speak to an ecological danger, as well as are a noteworthy use to poor rice ranchers. The Bangladesh Rice Research Institute is working with different NGOs and worldwide associations to lessen bug spray use in rice.

Wheat is anything but a conventional product in Bangladesh, and in the late 1980s little was devoured in rustic regions. Amid the 1960s and mid 1970s, in any case, it was the main product for which neighborhood utilization expanded on the grounds that outer sustenance help was frequently given as wheat. In the primary portion of the 1980s, local wheat creation rose to in excess of 1 million tons for each year however was still just 7 to 9 percent of aggregate sustenance grain generation. Record generation of about 1.5 million tons was accomplished in FY 1985, yet the next year saw a decline to a little more than 1 million tons. About a large portion of the wheat is developed on inundated land. The extent of land committed to wheat remained basically unaltered somewhere in the range of 1980 and 1986, at somewhat less than 6 percent of aggregate planted territory Wheat additionally represents the incredible main part of imported sustenance grains, surpassing 1 million tons every year and going higher than 1.8 million tons in FY 1984, FY 1985, and FY 1987. The incredible main part of the transported in wheat is financed under guide projects of the United States, the European Economic Community, and the World Food Programmed.

Nourishment grains are developed essentially for subsistence. Just a little level of aggregate creation advances into business channels. Other Bangladeshi sustenance crops, in any case, are developed mostly for the local market. They incorporate potatoes and sweet potatoes, with a consolidated record generation of 1.9 million tons in FY 1984; oilseeds, with a yearly normal creation of 250,000 tons; and natural products, for example, bananas, jackfruit, mangoes, and pineapples. Assessments of sugarcane generation put yearly creation at in excess of 7 million tons for every year, its vast majority handled into a coarse, foul sugar known as gur, and sold locally.

Wood is the principle fuel for cooking and other residential prerequisites. It isn’t astonishing that populace weight has adversy affected the indigenous woodlands. By 1980 just around 16 percent of the land was forested, and woods had everything except vanished from the thickly populated and seriously developed deltaic plain. Help associations in the mid-1980s started investigating the likelihood of animating little scale ranger service to reestablish an asset for which there was no reasonable substitute.

The biggest regions of timberland are in the Chittagong Hills and the Sundarbans. The evergreen and deciduous woodlands of the Chittagong Hills cover in excess of 4,600 square kilometers and are the wellspring of teak for substantial development and vessel working, and also other backwoods items. Trained elephants are as yet used to pull logs. The Sundarbans, a tidal mangrove woodland covering almost 6,000 square kilometers along the Bay of Bengal, is the wellspring of timber utilized for an assortment of purposes, including mash for the residential paper industry, shafts for electric power dispersion, and leaves for covering for abodes.

Commitment of agriculture Sector in GDP of Bangladesh (1950-Till Now)

Year GDP share in agriculture
Year GDP share in agriculture
1941-50 70%
1951-60 62%
1961-70 55%
1971-80 44%
1981-90 32%
1991-2000 25%
2001-2010 20.6%
2011-2018 30.6

Recommendation:
I need to state, our agriculture division creating step by step. Our farming items are more requested step by step in remote market. It’s expel our joblessness. Agriculture segment keeps critical job in our nation. It is sad for the laborers of our nation that they buckle down for farming items yet get extremely poor out put. It is the principal and first obligation to confer agriculture instruction to our laborers. They ought to be shown the utilization of logical strategies for development.
Conclusion:

In perspective of the way that agriculture is the foundation of our national economy, top-need ought to be given for the advancement of our farming. Record-breaking any legislature of Bangladesh has attempted different developers for the enhancement of agriculture. Bangladesh Agriculture is currently during the time spent change from subsistence cultivating into business cultivating. Bangladesh has just gone into the European Market for fare of vegetables and other high esteem crops. This procedure opens a vista to private part interest in the regions of generation of high esteem crops, creation of seeds (particularly half breed seeds), of substance and mixed manures, agro-preparing ventures, and so on. At last, for longer term development, very much structured administration of the water assets is significant and will be especially imperative for adaption to environmental change.

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