Many development programmes have been taken to implement ‘vision 2021’-a far-sighted plan by the leader and Honorable Prime Minister of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina. The government has marked education sector as the most important sector. As a part of this, modern education policy has been dropted to ensure the right of education for all. Female education has become widespread in our country. Many practical measures have been taken to attract all the learners, including female learners to education. Keeping this objective/goal, Higher SSP stranded functioning Providing stipend at the Higher secondary and Higher education level. It also involves learners in creating better employment opportunity, removing poverty and in various socio-economic activates. Measures have been taken so that the deprived students do not drop out from higher secondary education because of lack of fund. Under this project, government is giving stipend and other financial facilities to 40% female students and 10% male students admitted in HSC level. The poor students have got the opportunity to continue their education. The social status of women is increasing and they are being empowered. Social mobility is increasing. After all, poverty is being alleviated. Bangladesh is going ahead towards becoming as a developed country.