Education is the backbone of a nation. An educated nation is a developed nation. Education starts from the birth. A baby at first learns how to cry and it is the only way he expresses all his needs and emotions. Day by day he learns how to walk. Then he learns his mother language and can convey his ideas, needs and emotion through it to others. We can consider this as primary skills of a man who is ready to acquire knowledge and values from the society where he lives to build his character and bring his expected behavioral change in life. Education is not only gathering information in the memory but also changing behavior. Education means not only knowledge but it also means skills and values. Significant financial investments are needed to meet diverse and complex basic learning needs and secure the education rights of all citizens of any country. Bangladesh, India and Pakistan have got ample scope to expand its literacy programs, formal and non-formal education in order to transform the population into human resources through providing knowledge based skill & livelihood skill training which will help the countries to reach at the expected level of development.