Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) systems are not geared towards the market needs in Bangladesh though the country has a comparative advantage in the production of labour intensive goods and services. The government determined that the TVET sector has to emphasize clearly the development of skilled workers with special attention given to quality assurance. Populations in the most developed nations are declining, on the other hand, Bangladesh is becoming now the most densely populated country in the world. In recent decades, remittance has become one of the main sources of economic growth and development. The remittance would be higher with the same number of expatriates’ workforce provided the quality assurance has given a preference.