Education is used to combat social, political, and economic oppression within society. The educator or trainer is the focal point of the learning process; mastery of subject matter is important, development of skills through drills, repetition, conditioning, and development of desirable habits, and a desire to influence the behavior of the learner. The leaner is the focal point of the process. Truth is relative, and personal growth and development are key to the process. The nature of reality for Existentialists is subjective, and lies within the individual. The physical world has no inherent meaning outside of human existence. The educator and learner are both important to the learner process. Reality or real-world situations are stressed, context and experience are important, and the educator is progressive and open to new ideas. At present, Bangladesh needs skill human resources as human capital to support rapid industrial growth and earn remittance. TVET is the only source in Bangladesh by which we can have economic developments. We need to make our manpower with having global competitiveness. We need to introduce courses to match industry need, opportunities of demographic dividend to be harnessed. In this regard strategic planning is required to develop TVET system.