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Welcome to IDB-BISEW


Islamic Development Bank-Bangladesh Islamic Solidarity Educational Wakf (IDB-BISEW) was established following an agreement between the Islamic Development Bank, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, and the Government of Bangladesh. IDB-BISEW undertakes funding, formulating and implementing of projects in the areas of education, human resource development and institutional strengthening.

The intent is to transform the large population into productive workforce by strengthening their technical capability to use existing and emerging technologies resulting in sustainable economic growth and equality.


What we do...

IT Scholarship Project

Currently in its thirteenth year of operation the IDB-BISEW IT Scholarship Project was launched in 2002. The training programme under this project started in 2003 The programme's aim is to enhance the employment prospects of meritorious Muslim youths who come from financially disadvantaged background.

Madrasah Project

IDB-BISEW has taken up the initiative of providing vocational education and training to the students of selected Madrasahs by exposing them to vocational education/training in the trades of their choice.

Vocational Training

IDB-BISEW is targeting a particularly neglected and vulnerable section of the student population of the country These are the students of underprivileged background who fail to progress from SSC to the HSC levels. Further details of this planned intervention is available at the link below.
News and Events
Expression of Interest (Construction Firms) IDB-BISEW wishes to shortlist construction firms for constructing a state of the art 40 storied... Read more
Important Notice for IT Scholarship (Round 26) and Fast Track Courses (Round 2)   ... Read more
TSP Enlistment Notice for IT Scholarship Project Round 27   Download Read more

Scholarship News


IT Scholarship Program


Application Deadline:

31 March 2015


Details guidelines


Vocational Training



Application Deadline:

28 February 2015


Details guidelines