News Desk: Jatiya Party MP Kazi Firoz Rashid has seen cigarettes in the hands of girls of private universities, claiming that they have cups and cigarettes in their hands. The boys and girls are walking hand in hand, smoking cigarettes. What culture, what education? He said this while participating in the discussion in the National Assembly on Thursday on the proposed budget for the fiscal year 2022-23. Kazi Firoz Rashid said, what is happening in the educational institution today? Former Vice Chancellor of Dhaka University AAMS Arefin Siddiqui has said that I am making doctors and engineers but I am making people. He cannot avoid responsibility. He was the Vice Chancellor of DU, but he did not have any publication-research. No doctorate degree, recruited only for political considerations. The problem is there. When the party comes to power, the teachers of that party will be promoted. In their shadow, a class of student leaders became bullies. He said the acting principal in Narail was assaulted, he was turned around with a shoelace. A teacher has been killed in Savar. The killer is known as 'Dada' to the teenage gang. The steering committee is persuaded by his relative, another teacher, who is the president of the teachers union Awami League. The place of education is ruined. The learning environment is being severely disrupted. In response to party MP Fakhrul Imam's criticism of the madrasa education system, Feroze Rashid said there was no need to talk about religious education. Make modern education, give up wearing shorts and a vest, it will not happen in this country. Exclude these and come to the real education. Highlighting the corruption in university recruitment, BNP MP Harunur Rashid said, "Where are we in the education rankings at the international level?" Imagine not even 5 thousand. 15 years in power continuously. No matter how you live. It was not possible to build any public or private educational institution for international ranking. There is no research and publication here. Demanding the repeal of taxes on private education, he said the standard of university teachers has gone down. In all cases I am in the final stages of decay. This is because no country can move forward without accountability. At the time, the MP said to increase the salaries and allowances of teachers to create quality education. Rumin Farhana said that quality is the problem in education. Surveys by various international organizations have shown that education means a gradual decline.