The prime objective of this research work is to study the gender composition of surviving children and contraceptive use in Bangladesh.
Findings from this study show that awareness about different contraceptive methods is higher but contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) is considerable lower (56%) than expected. The trend of CPR indicates that the current use of contraceptive is gradually increasing but surprisingly the rate is found to be slightly lower in 2007.
I have completed B.Sc. (Honors) and M.S. degree from Statistics discipline under University of Chittagong of Bangladesh.. I have completed two research work recently. One related to GENDER COMPOSITION OF SURVIVING CHILDREN AND CONTRACEPTIVE USE IN BANGLADESH and another one related to current political situation.
I have expertise on STATA, SPSS, Eviews, Minitab, MS Excel, MS Access and other office applications.
I am quite confident that with my educational qualificati...