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EMADUDDIN AHMAD

posted Aug 21, 2014, 11:14 PM by Advancement Alumni Affairs Office   [ updated Aug 21, 2014, 11:17 PM ]


Present position/ title: Former Executive Director, Institute of Water Modelling

(IWM) and now Consultant to IWM

 

How AIT degree helped you in achieving your career potential/goals

Mathematical Hydraulic Modelling was the thesis in my graduate program. I was inspired to work closely with the Government and development partner (DANIDA) in the institutionalization of ongoing TA project for National water planning using mathematical models to an independent non-profit Institute called IWM. IWM has been greatly contributing to the research and development planning of riverine Bangladesh in the sustainable water resources management developing various scenarios optimizing impact assessment.  

Education/qualifications: M Eng. (WRE, 1980), Post graduate Diploma in Management, Denmark

Career/Accomplishment record after graduation from AIT:

I started my career as a Water Resources Management Engineer in 1970, under Bangladesh Water Development Board. Acquired field management of coastal polders, major irrigation project, flood management of Brahmaputra right embankment, Gumti and Meghna Dhanogoda. With a break for higher studies in 1978 leading to M Engg at AIT, with specialization on Numerical Modelling of Unsteady Flow Covering Flood Plain and Coast, resumed works in the design, and then moved to Joint Rivers Commission and Flood Action Plan. Later joined as Deputy Team Leader of Flood Action Plan (FAP 25) under COWI on lien from BWDB and worked closely in the development of Flood Hydrology Study (FHS), Flood Modelling and Management (FMM) and coordinated the model development at SWMC for the regional studies and later became a member of SWMC in 1994 when the institutionalization process of the ten year long Danida supported TA was looking for a home where the models can be housed and it can render subsequent support. SWMC Trust was the choice that came into being in 1997 and I continued my journey with SWMC as its leader and later with IWM in 2002 as the Chief Executive until I retired in January, 2011.

It was a wonderful experience to serve IWM, with a team of dedicated hydraulic Engineering professionals, serving for flood management and flood forecasting, drainage and irrigation, river training and dredging, surface and ground water assessment, climate change and storm surge, land reclamation and delta development, river training and navigational route management, reservoir operation and dam release, basin and coastal zone management and so on. Workshop, training, HRD and R&D, participation as national delegate at bilateral negotiations were common on the agenda. Representing the nation at international conference or delivering lecture at renowned global institutions was both exciting and rewarding.

Had been Member of Joint Rivers Commission, represented the nation at most of the global conferences, was identified as the most successful institution developer in the high tech area of a third world country by the Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh.

IWM has housed about 125 highly qualified professionals, support bilateral/multilateral research with international Universities, develop appropriate tools for sustainable development and assists international development partners with data and information in the selection of projects for funding.

Contribution in the seminars and symposium on water and water supply management, climate change adaptation and institutional management are some of the current activities. Many of these development might not happen had I not been at AIT. IWM has greatly relieved the national Government in receiving expatriate input that in place are available with IWM including post project support. Made potential contribution to AIT Chapter of Bangladesh being President.

Md Karimul Haque Talukdar

posted Aug 14, 2014, 7:41 PM by Advancement Alumni Affairs Office   [ updated Aug 15, 2014, 3:44 AM ]










Md Karimul Haque Talukdar

Mr. Md. Karimul Haque Talukdar was born in Dinajpur (Bangladesh) on 21 December 1941. He is the eldest among the four brothers and two sisters. He received his school and college education in Dinajpur. He got his B. Sc. Engg. (Civil) Degree from the then East Pakistan University of Engineering and Technology in November 1964. Further he received the Masters Degree in Water Resources Engineering from the Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok in 1971. During his service with the Asian Development Bank he attended 8-weeks course on ‘Management Development Program’ at the Asian Institute of Management in Manila, Philippines.

Mr. Talukdar joined East Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (EPWAPDA) in February 1965 [subsequently renamed as Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB) in 1972] and served the Authority/Board in various capacities until mid June 1984. He worked mostly in planning and design departments of EPWAPDA/BWDB. Most prestigious part of his career in EPWAPDA/BWDB was his key role in establishing Flood Forecasting & Warning System in Bangladesh and in planning of the irrigation canal system of the “Teesta Barrage Project”.  He was also associated with the ‘Special Studies Project’ in connection with the Ganges Barrage Project. Mr. Talukdar also served the Government of Iraq for 2 years in late seventies in the State Department of Land Reclamation and Irrigation as a senior engineer.

Mr. Talukdar moved to the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in mid June 1984, served ADB in various capacities and retired in December 2001 as Senior Project Officer. While serving in ADB, he was associated in the formulation and implementation of broad based agriculture projects covering areas of crop agriculture, water resources, livestock, fisheries, rural development and micro-credit. He prepared a number of ‘Project Completion Reports’ for information of the Board of Directors of ADB and other related agencies. During his career in ADB he received ‘Citation’ for a number of years as one of the best performing officers in ADB.

After retirement from active service Mr. Talukdar decided to engage himself in voluntary works and joined the Rotary Club of Dhaka Central in August 2002. He served the club as the Centennial Secretary and Director in 3 terms. He took over the leadership of the club as the President in July 2012. He devoted his efforts in undertaking community and social development projects. During the Rotary year under his able leadership the club successfully accomplished a number of projects such as organizing medical camps providing treatments to about 1,500 persons, eye operation for about 40 persons, providing assistance to the victims of a number of natural calamities, providing assistance to individuals, providing nutrition kits to poor mothers and newly born babies at Azimpur Maternity Hospital, undertaking educational programs for physically and mentally retarded children, working with Rotary Community Corps for school education, undertaking awareness programs on drugs and leading better civil life, etc. The most important project of the Club was sending of a girl of 8 yrs and a boy of 9 yrs to Coimbatore, India for a successful heart surgery under a “Gift of Life Project” in collaboration with Rotary Club of Coimbatore Sai City. During his Presidency, the Rotary Club of Dhaka Central won the District Governor Election for 2015-16 for Rotary International (RI) District 3281 and got Rtn SAM Showket Hossain elected as District Governor. The RI District 3281 recognized Mr. Talukdar as one of the best Presidents during 2012-13 for attaining Club goals and supporting attainment of District Goals.

 

Mr. Talukdar is married to Begum Nurjahan Talukdar, M.A., B.Ed., who was in teaching profession. The couple has been blessed with one son and one daughter. The son, Nazmul Kabir Talukdar, is a medical doctor graduated from Dhaka Medical College and also did his MPH and MD Degree in USA. The daughter, Sadia Afroze, graduated from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) in Civil Engineering and did her Masters in Computer Science in USA.

 

Dr.S.M. Imamul HUQ

posted Aug 14, 2014, 7:20 PM by Advancement Alumni Affairs Office   [ updated Aug 14, 2014, 7:24 PM ]

Present position/ title: Professor (Selection Grade), Department of Soil, Water and Environment, University of Dhaka, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh.

 

How AIT degree helped you in achieving your career potential/goals

-I was offered a dotoral scholarship by the French government before I completed my MSc. Degree from AIT. I believe, this was possible of my AIT education. My degree from AIT was highly evaluated by the authorities in France and they considered my degree was as good as a doctorate one. Not only that, I was also given admission at the Michigan State University of the USA on the basis of my AIT degree. Due to fund constraints, I could not avail it. Not only that, the 18 months’ course and research activities at AIT made me more confident in my field of specialization.

Education/qualifications:

-          B.Sc (Hons.) and M.Sc from the University of Dhaka ; M.Sc from AIT

-          D.Engg. from France; post doctoral in France, Japan and Australia

Career/Accomplishment record after graduation from AIT:

-          Worked as “Maitre Assistant” at the Université de Nancy I, France; working as part time French Teacher at the Institute of Modern Languages

-          Director of a Male Residential  Dormitory of 1000 students at the University of Dhaka

-          Directors of World Bank Financed and ACAIR financed research Projects

-          Chairman of the Department of Soil, Water and Environment of the University of Dhaka

-          Chairman of the Bangladesh Council of Scientific and Industrial Research

-          Founder Director of Bangladesh-Australia Centre for Environmental Research

-          Presidents of the Soil Science Society of Bangladesh and Bangladesh Association for the Advancement of Science and executive member of other alumni association including AITAA, Bangladesh chapter

-          I have been awarded Bangladesh Academy of Science Gold Medal, UGC award for best research, Distinguished Alumni of AIT

-          Editor of several reputed journals; reviewer of a number of international scientific journals; member of a number of international professional bodies.

PROFESSOR DR. M. KAMAL UDDIN

posted Aug 14, 2014, 7:11 PM by Advancement Alumni Affairs Office   [ updated Aug 15, 2014, 3:44 AM ]








1. Full Name:  PROFESSOR DR. M. KAMAL UDDIN

2. Present Position:  

Professor and Director (Head), Institute of Appropriate Technology,

Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Dhaka

3. Expertise, Field of Interest and Research:

Advanced Ground Improvement Techniques, Soil and  Foundation Engineering, Reinforced Soil, soil Dynamics, Strategy Planning for Development of Industrial sectors; Industrial Engineering, Industry Management and Development; Small and Medium Enterprise (SMEs) Sector; Productivity, Quality, Standards, Technology Management and Development; Intellectual Property Right (IPR) issues; Technology Transfer & Diffusion; Innovation & R&D Management, Technology Forecasting, Technology Assessment, Appropriate Technology, Reverse Engineering, Light Engineering Industries (LEIs); Automobile sector, etc.


4.   Academic Qualifications:

Obtained B.Sc. Engineering degree from BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh in 1975

Obtained M.Sc. Engineering degree in 1990 and obtained doctoral degree in 1995 from Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand


5.   Present Involvement with different organizations 

Working proactively and voluntarily in the following capacity in the organizations mentioned below:

 

i)              Fellow, Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB)

ii)             Chairman, Sreejan Foundation

iii)            Executive Committee Member, Business Promotion Council, Ministry of Commerce, GOB.

iv)            Chief Advisor, Bangladesh Engineering Industry Owners Association (BEIOA)

v)             Executive Committee Member, Light Engineering Product Business Promotion Council, Ministry of Commerce, GOB.

vi)            Chairman, IEB SME Wing, Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB).

vii)           Chairman, Technology Transfer & Forecasting Association, Bangladesh

viii)          Ex-Director, SME Foundation, Ministry of Industries, GOB.

ix)            Chief Advisor, Uzziban Foundation

x)             Chief Advisor, Bangladesh Electrical Merchandise Manufacturers Association (BEMMA)

xi)            President, Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) (Bangkok, Thailand) Alumni Association-Bangladesh Chapter.

xii)           Editor-in-Chief, International Journal for SMEs Development, SME Foundation, Ministry of Industry, GoB.

       6.  Book Publications: Published more than a dozen of books recently (during la2004-14) for post-graduate students and practicing professionals. Some of them are as follows:

       

      7.  Publication in Journals & Proceedings: Published more than 200 nos. of scientific and technical research papers in the national and international journals, conference proceedings etc.

       

      8. Professional Experiences at National and International Arena: From 1975 till 2014, for long 39 years, worked with high professionalism & expertise in different countries of the world namely, UAE, Jordan, UK, USA, Italy, Austria, Yugoslavia, Thailand and Bangladesh.

      

      9. Worked as Expert in Various International Projects:

Worked as an expert/advisor to many international agencies/ organizations including UN agencies and had been involved in various research projects with different international organizations such as, World Bank, SEDF, ILO, CIDA, JICA, ADB WIPO (Geneva), ITC (Geneva) etc.

     

       10.International Professional Awards/Honors Received: Three Professional International Awards/Honors received by Prof. Dr. M. Kamal Uddin.

DR. NAZRUL ISLAM

posted Aug 14, 2014, 6:57 PM by Advancement Alumni Affairs Office   [ updated Aug 15, 2014, 3:46 AM ]


Professor and Dean

Faculty of Business Administration

Eastern University


          


1. CURRENT EMPLOYMENT

Professor and Dean, September 2012 to Present, Faculty of Business Administration, Eastern University, House 26, Road 5, Dhanmondi, Dhaka 1205, Bangladesh.

2. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY


Professor & Dean

East West University, Bangladesh

2007 to 2011

Associate Professor

North South University, Bangladesh

2005 to 2007

Associate Professor

BRAC University, Bangladesh

2004 to 2005

Associate Professor

Khulna University, Bangladesh

2001 to 2004

Assistant Professor

Khulna University, Bangladesh

1994 to 2001

Lecturer

Khulna University, Bangladesh

1991 to 1994

 

3. EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

 

PhD[1] in International Business

School of Management

Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand

CGPA 3.92, Awarded

2002

MBA in International Business

School of Management

Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand

CGPA 3.56

1998

Master of Commerce in Management

Department of Management

University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

First Class First Position

1987

Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) in Management

Department of Management

University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

First Class 3rd Position

1986

4. FIELDS OF SPECILIZATION

 Fundamentals of Management, Organizational Behavior, Human Resources Management, Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development, Industrial Relations, Strategic Management, International Business, Business Research Methodology, etc.

 

5. AWARDS AND HONORS

 

The Netherlands TCDC Scholarship  for PhD study

The Netherlands Government Scholarship

1998

NORAD Scholarship for MBA study

Norwegian Government Scholarship

1996

Merit Scholarship for M. Com Study

University of Dhaka

1987

 

6. TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

Taught courses in Business and Management areas at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

 7. ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCES 

Dean

Faculty of Business and Economics, East West University, Dhaka

2009 to 2011

Coordinator of Graduate Studies

East West University, Dhaka

2008 to 2011

Coordinator,

Evening Programs

BRAC University, Dhaka

2004 to 2005

Head

Business Administration Discipline, Khulna University, Bangladesh

2002 to 2004

Director

Khulna University Research Cell

2003 to 2004

Director (In-charge)

Physical Education Department, Khulna University, Bangladesh

1991 to 1994

Assistant Provost

Khan Jahan Ali Hall, Khulna University, Bangladesh

1993 to 1996

 

8. RESEARCH AND ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTIONS

 

8.1. Editorial Contributions

 

  1. Academic Editor, British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade (BJEMT), SCIENCEDOMAIN International (Website: www.sciencedomain.org)
2.       Member of the Editorial Board, Journal of Marketing in Emerging Economies (JMEE), Indian      
        Institute of Management (IIM), Ahmedabad, India.

3.       Editor, East West Journal of Business and Social Studies, East West University, Bangladesh;

4.       Managing Editor, North South Business Review, North South University, Bangladesh;

5.       Member of the Editorial Board, BUP Journal, Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP), 
        Dhaka, Bangladesh.

6.       Executive Editor, Business Review - A Journal of the Discipline of Business Administration, Khulna University, Bangladesh.  

8.2. As Reviewer 

1. International Refereed Journals 

(i)                   British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade, Sciencedomain International (www.sciencedomain.org).

(ii)                 International Journal of Economics, Management & Accounting, International Islamic University Manalysia ( www.iium.edu.my).

(iii)                International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets published by Inderscience Publishers (www.inderscience.com).

 

2. National Refereed Journals

 

(i)                   BRAC University Journal published by BRAC University (http://www.bracuniversity.net/journal/ins.php);

(ii)                 Journal of Bangladesh University of Professionals published by Bangladesh University of Professionals, Bangladesh;

(iii)                Journal of Business Administration published by Institute of Business Administration of University of Dhaka, Bangladesh (http://iba-du.edu/index.php/page/view/362#);

(iv)               Journal of Business Studies published by the Faculty of Business Studies, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

(v)                 Journal of Jahangirnagar Business Studies published by the Faculty of Business Studies, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Bangladesh.

 

8.3 External Evaluator of PhD Dissertation

 

1. A Study on Campus Recruiting in Creating Value in Building Human Capital Among Selected Indian Private Sectors and Multinational Companies, Conducted study by Mr Sheen Sunny Akkara, University of Madras, Chennai 600 005, India, February 2011.

 

2. Study of Learning Difficulties in Concurrent Programming of ‘Oops Using Java’ for the Students of Computer Science and Engineering, Conducted study by Mr M. Sivaskthi, University of Madras, Channai 600 113, May 2012.

 

8.4 Community Involvement

 

  1. General Secretary, Global Business and Management Forum (GBMF), Incorporated in Nebraska, USA (www.gbmf.info).
  2. President, Khulna University Teachers Association, Bangladesh, 2003.
  3. General Seceretary, Khulna University Teachers Association, Bangladesh, 2002.

 

9. SCHOLARLY WORK

 

9.1 Publications in International Refereed Journals

 

  1. Saadia Sabnam & Dr Nazrul Islam, (2014), "An Empirical Analysis of Use Motives: Implications for Segmenting Mobile Phone Consumers in Bangladesh", Management & Labour Studies [MLS], XLRI School of Business and Human Resources, C.H Area, Jamshedpur,India 831 001,  Vol. 39 (1).

 

2014, India

  1. Nazrul Islam & Shaheen Ahmed, (2013), "Socioeconomic Factors and the Labor Unrest in Ready-made Garment Industry of Bangladesh", European Journal of Developing Country Studies,  ISSN (paper) 2668-3385 ISSN, Bell Press Publisher, Vol. 14, pp. 65-74

 

2013, Europe

  1. Mohammad Sabbir Rahman, Abdul Highe Khan & Nazrul Islam, (2013), "An Empirical Study on Revealing the Factors Influencing Online Shopping Intention Among Malaysian Consumers", Journal of Human and Social Science Research, Vol. 1, Number 1, pp. 9-18

 

2013, Canada

  1. Shaheen Ahmed, Mohammad Zahir Raihan, and Nazrul Islam, (2013), "Labor Unrest in the Ready-Made Garment Industry of Bangladesh", International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 8, Number 15, pp. 68-80

 

2013, Canada

  1. Nazrul Islam and Md.Wahidul Habib, (2010), The Relationship Between Psychological Contracts of Telecom Executives and the Working Environment : A Case of City Cell and Teletalk Companies in Bangladesh, Srilankan Journal of Management, Vol.15 (2,3&4), April-December, Post Graduate Institute of Management (PIM), University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Colombo, Srilanka, pp.115-127, ISSN:1391-1503.

 

2012, Sri Lanka

  1. Nazrul Islam, Md.Wahidul Habib and Sharmina Afrin, (2010), Factors Affecting Recruitment and Selection Process: A Case Study of Private Commercial Banks in Bangladesh,The Journal of Global Commerce Research, Vol.2(4), Fall 2010, Regis University, Denver,Colorado,USA, pp.25-35, ISSN 1946-7958 (Blind Peer Reviewed Journal, Indexed by Cabell’s Directory,USA and ABI/INFORM,USA).

 

2010, USA

  1. Nazrul Islam & G. M. Shafayet Ullah, (2010), "Factors Affecting Consumers' Preferences on Fast Food Items in Bangladesh", The Journal of Applied Business Research, Vol. 26, Number 4, pp. 131-146, July/August 2010.

 

2010, USA

  1. Sharmina Afrin, Dr. Nazrul Islam, and Dr. Shahid Uddin Ahmed, (2009), "Micro Credit and Rural Women Entrepreneurship Development in Bangladesh: A Multivariate Model", Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 16, No. 1, Argyros School of Business and Economics,Chapman University, One University Drive, Orange, CA 92688.

 

2010, USA

  1. Dr Nazrul Islam and M. Akbar Ali, (2008), "A Study on Service Quality of the Bangladesh Police", Global Journal of Business Excellence, Volume 1, No. 1, pp. 1-8, IIT, Delhi.

 

2008, India

  1. Tabarak Hossain Bhuiyan, Nazrul Islam and Jashim Uddin Ahmed (2008), The Service Quality in Retail Banking of Private Commercial Banks in Bangladesh, Journal of Global Commerce Research, Volume 1, Number 1, Winter 2009.

 

2008, USA

  1. Nazrul Islam and Ezaz Ahmed (2005), A Measurement of Customer Service Quality of Banks in Dhaka City of Bangladesh, South Asian Journal of Management, Volume 12, No. 1, January-March, pp. 37-57.

 

2005, India

  1. Nazrul Islam ,(2003), The Impact of Technological Change on Job Satisfaction of Women Garment Workers in Developing Country, Management and Labor Studies – A Quarterly Journal Devoted to Contemporary Issues, Volume 28, No. 4, pp. 291-306.

 

2003, India

  1. Nazrul Islam and Gour Chandra Saha, (2003), Job Satisfaction of Women Employees: A Comparison of Public and Private Sector Banks in Bangladesh, South Asian Journal of Management – A Journal of Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA),  Vol. 10, No. 1, Jan-Mar, pp. 24-315 (ISSN 0971-5428).

 

2003, India

  1. Nazrul Islam (2002), and Fredric William Swierczek, (2002), The Impact of Technological Change on Textile and Garment Workers in Developing Countries, International Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management, Volume 8, No. 4, December.

 

2002,   USA

  1. Nazrul Islam and Fredric William Swierczek, (2001), The Impact of Technological Change on Female Garment Workers in Bangladesh, Asian Profile, Volume 29, No. 6, pp. 529-544, December.

 

2001, Canada

  1. Barbara Igel and Nazrul Islam, (2001), Strategies for Service and Market Development of Software Designing Firms, Technovation - The International Journal of Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Technology Management. Volume 21, No. 3, pp. 157-166. Elsevier Science publisher.

 

2001, UK

  1. Nazrul Islam and Fredric William Swierczek (2001), The Impact of Global Technological Change on Medium and Lower Skilled Textile and Garment Workers in Thailand, Asian Academy of Management Journal,  Volume 6, No. 2, pp. 1-29. 

 

2001, Malaysia

  1. Nazrul Islam and Gour Chandra Saha (2001), Job Satisfaction of Bank Officers in Bangladesh, ABAC Journal, Volume 21, No. 3, pp. 62-74, December 2001.

 

2001, Thailand

  1. Nazrul Islam and Gour Chandra Saha, (2000), Service Quality of Life Insurance Companies in Bangladesh, Asian Profile, Volume 28, No. 2, pp. 149-158. Asia’s International Journal, Asian Research Service.

 

2000, Canada

  1. Gour Chandra Saha, and Nazrul Islam, (2000), A Resource and Capability-Based Global Manufacturing Strategy, ABAC Journal, Assumption University, Thailand, Volume 20, No. 1, pp. 68-86.

 

2000, Thailand

  1. Nazrul Islam, M. Z. Mamun and A.T.M. Jahiruddin, (1999), Success Factors of Small Farm-Based Plant Nursery Entrepreneurs in Bangladesh: A Case Study, South Asian Journal of Management – A Journal of Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA), India. Vol.6, No. 3 & 4, July-December, pp. 75-85 (ISSN 0971-5428).

 

1999, India

  1. Nazrul Islam, Barbara Igel, and M. Z. Mamun, (1999), Strategies of Entrepreneurial Software Developing Companies (ESDCs) in Malaysia and Bangladesh: A Comparative Analysis for Sustainable Development of ESDCs in Bangladesh, Asian Academy of Management Journal,  Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 55-68.

 

1999, Malaysia

  1. Gour Chandra Saha and Nazrul Islam, (1999), Modeling Information Systems for Technology Strategy Formulation, International Journal of The Computer, The Internet and Management (Bangkok), Vol. 7, No. 1, April, ISSN 0858-7027, Published by Assumption University.

 

1999, Thailand

  1. M Z Mamun and Nazrul Islam, (1999), Fairness as a Constraint on Profit Seeking: A Bangladesh Case Study, Prestige Journal of Management and Research,  Volume 3, Number 1 & 2, April-October, pp. 1-9.

 

1999, India

  1. Gour Chandra Saha and Nazrul Islam, (1998), Technological Information for Technology Strategy Management, International Journal of The Computer, The Internet and Management, Published by Assumption university, Vol. 6, No. 3, September - December, pp. 28-41, ISSN 0858-7027.

1998, Thailand

9.2 Publictions in National Refereed Journals

 

26.    Dr Nazrul Islam & Md Rizvy Ahmed (2013), Factors Influencing the Development of Women

       Entrepreneurship in Bangladesh, The Eastern University Journal, Journal of Eastern University,

       Bangladesh, Vol. 5, No. 01, pp. 17-30.

 

  1. Nazrul Islam, (2011), The Empowerment of Rural Women Through Homestead Poultry Rearing in Bangladesh, The Jahangirnagar Business Studies, Journal of the Faculty of Business Studies of Jahangirnagar University, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 1-18.

 

  1. Muhammad Z Mamun and Nazrul Islam, (2007), "Challenges and Opportunities of Health Insurance in Rural Bangladesh", Journal of Business Administration, IBA, University of Dhaka, Vol. 33, No. 3 & 4, July & October

 

  1. Nazrul Islam, MZ Mamun and Abdullah Al-Aabed (2006), Management of Innovative Activities of Small Entrepreneurial Manufacturing Workshops in Bangladesh, Journal of Business Administration, University of Dhaka, Volume 32, N0. 1 & 2 January & April, pp. 1-20.

 

  1. Md Jahangir Alam, Md Ismail Hossai, Nazrul Islam, and MZ Mamun (2006), Service Requirements for Aged in Bangladesh, Southeast University Journal of Business Studies, Southeast University, Vol. 2, No. 2, Jan-June 2006, ISSN 1815-3262

 

  1. Nazrul Islam and Muhammad Z Mamun (2005), Factors for Not Buying Life Insurance Policies in a Developing Country: A Case of Bangladesh, Journal of Business Administration (IBA, University of Dhaka), Vol. 31, No. 1 & 2, January & April, pp. 1-22.

 

  1. Md. Ismail Hossain, Md. Jahangir Alam, Nazrul Islam, MZ Mamun (2005), Medical Social Work Practices For The Improvement of Health Care System in Bangladesh, Journal of Sociology, Department of Sociology, University of Dhaka, Volume 1, No. 1, pp.63-75.

 

  1. Muhammad Ziaulhaq Mamun, Anowar Hossain, and Nazrul Islam (2005), A Comparative Study of Job Satisfaction of the Senior Male and Female Executives in Bangladesh, Journal of Business Research, Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, Volume 7, June, pp. 1-16.

 

  1. Nazrul Islam and Fredric William Swierczek, (2004), Global Technological Change Impact on Female Textile and Garment Workers in Thailand, BRAC University Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 67-74, Bangladesh.

 

  1. Md Jahangir Alam, M. Z Mamun, and Nazrul Islam, (2004),  Workplace Security of Female Garment Workers in Bangladesh: A Case Study, Social Science Review, The Dhaka University Studies-Part D, Vol. 21, No. 2, December, pp. 191-200.

 

  1. Nazrul Islam and Fredric William Swierczek, (2003), Job Satisfaction Impact of Technological Change on Women Garment Workers in Bangladesh, Journal of Business Administration, Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka, Vol. No. 1 & 2, January and April, pp. 47-73. ISSN 1680-9823.

 

  1. Nazrul Islam and Muhammad Z Mamun (2003), Performance of the “Jiban Bima Corporation” of Bangladesh: The State Controlled Life Insurance Corporation of Bangladesh, Journal of Business Research, Published by the Department of Business Administration, Jahangirnagar University, Vol. 5, pp. 19-34.

 

  1. Nazrul Islam, Md Mizanur Rahman and Muhammad Ziaulhaq Mamun, (2002), Critical Success Factors for the Poultry Entrepreneurs in Bangladesh, Journal of Business Administration, Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka, Vol. No. 3 & 4, July and October, pp. 1-21.

 

  1. Nazrul Islam and A.S.M Shahabuddin, (2002), Job Satisfaction of Insurance Employees in Bangladesh, Insurance Journal – A Journal of Bangladesh Insurance Academy, Dhaka, Vol. 53, pp. 121-130. ISSN: 1684-0437.

 

  1. Abhijit Barua, MZ Mamun and Nazrul Islam (2001), Performance of the Nationalized General Insurance Company of Bangladesh, Bangladesh Bank Parikrama, Dhaka, Volume 25, Issue 4, pp. 26-38.

 

  1. Nazrul Islam, Gour Chandra Saha and Feroz Ahmed (2000), Job Satisfaction of Female Bank Employees in Bangladesh, Journal of Business Administration, Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka, Vol. 26, No. 3 & 4, July & October, pp. 16-46.

 

  1. Mohammad Z. Mamun and Nazrul Islam, (2000), Strategic Management Issues for Entrepreneurial Software Developing Companies (ESDCs) in Bangladesh, Journal of Business Administration, Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka, Vol. 26, No. 3 & 4, July & October, pp. 16-46.

 

  1. Nazrul Islam, (1999), A Few Aspect of Motivation: An Overview of Concepts, Theories and Techniques, Khulna University Studies,  Vol. 1, No. 1, December, pp. 103-108.

 

  1. Nazrul Islam, (1999), A Concept of High Technology and Case of Software Designing Firm, Business Review – a journal of the Discipline of Business Administration, Khulna University, Vol. 2, No. 2. July 1996- June 1999, pp. 66-71.

 

  1. Nazrul Islam, (1998), A Test of Some Characteristics of Entrepreneur: An Empirical Study, Thoughts on Economics, Dhaka,  Vol. 7, No. 3 & 4, June-December, pp. 61-71, ISSN 0256 8586.

 

  1. Nazrul Islam, (1996), The Role of Technology Parks in Technology Transfer, Business Review –a journal of the Discipline of Business Administration, Khulna University, Vol. 2, No. 1, July ’95 to June ’96.

 

  1. Nazrul Islam, (1995), Evaluation of Managerial Performance of Khulna Newsprint Mills Ltd., Business Review – a journal of the Discipline of Business Administration, Khulna University, Vol. 1, No. 2, July ’94 to June ’95.

 

  1. ABM Rashiduzzaman, Nazrul Islam S. Nazimuddin. (1995), The MPC of Khulna City Dwellers: A Cross Section Analysis, Business Review –a journal of the Discipline of Business Administration, Khulna University, Khulna, Vol. 1, No. 2, July ’94 to June ’95

 

  1. AB M. Rashiduzzaman, Nazrul Islam, and ASM Sahabuddin, (1994), Towards Foreign Private Investment in Bangladesh: An Appraisal Business Review –a journal of the Discipline of Business Administration, Khulna University, Khulna, Vol. 1, No. 1 January-June ’94.

 

  1. Nazrul Islam, (1994), Insurance in Islam, Business Review –a journal of the Discipline of Business Administration, Khulna University, Khulna, Vol. 1, No. 1 January-June ’94.

 

9.3 International Conference Papers

 

  1. Dr. Nazrul Islam, Dr Wahidul Habib, and Rukshana Karim Pathan, "Factors Affecting Recruitment and Selection Process of Private Commercial Banks in Bangladesh", International Conference On Energy, Logistics And The Environment, Organized by Global Commerce Forum, held 7-9 October, 2010, Grand Hyatt Denver, USA

 

2010, Denver, USA

2.       Durre Maknun, Rasel Alam Chowdhury & Dr Nazrul Islam, "Socioeconomic Impact of Media on Middle Class People of Bangladesh", The International Conference on Global Commerce, Energy, Minerals and The Environment, Organized by Global Commerce Forum, held in October 23-24, 2009, the Mirage Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

 

2009, Las Vegas, USA

3.       Nazrul Islam and Wahidul Habib (2009), Health Beliefs and Motivating Factors to Buy Bottled Water: A case Study of University Students in Bangladesh, Internationa Academy of Management and Business (IAMB) Fall Conference Istanbul, Turkey to be held on October 12-14, 2009.

 

2009, Turkey

4.       Dr. Nazrul Islam and Md. Wahidul Habib, (2009), "A Multivariate Analysis of the Selection Factors of Carbonated Soft Drinks in Bangladesh", Proceedings of the IAMB 2009 Conference, held in January 28 – 30, 2009, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

 

2009, New Orleans, USA

5.       Nazrul Islam and Md. Wahidul Habib, (2009),  "The Relationship Between Psychological Contract of Telecom Executives and the Working Environment: A Case of Citycell and Teletalk Companies in Bangladesh", Presented in 10th South Asian Management Forum (SAMF) will be Held in Royal Institute of Management, Thimphu, Bhutan during 9–10 April 2009.

 

2009, Bhutan

6.       Nazrul Islam and Arif Billah Ibne Tareq, (2007), Service Quality of BRAC Bank, Paper presented in the 8th International Conference on Operations and Quantitative Management (ICOQM 8), 17-21 October 2007 in Assumption University of Bangkok, Thailand.

 

2007, Thailand

7.       Mahmudul Haq and Nazrul Islam, Service Quality of Private Passenger Vehicles and Satisfaction of the Passengers: A Case Study of Dhaka City, Paper presented in the 9th International Conference on South Asian Management Forum (SAMF 2006), 24-25 February 2007 in Dhaka Sheraton Hotel, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 

2007, Bangladesh

8.       Nazrul Islam and MZ Mamun, Prospects of Health Insurance Initiatives in Bangladesh: An Empirical Study, Presented in the 10th Annual Conference of Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association (APRIA), 30 July to 2 August 2006, Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan.

 

2006, Japan

9.       Nazrul Islam, MZ Mamun and Md. Shawkat Kamal, Factors to be Considered for Initiating Health Insurance Schemes in the Rural Areas of Bangladesh” Paper presented in 2005 annual meeting of the Association for Global Business, November 17-19, Miami Beach, Florida, USA (Received best paper award).

 

2005, Florida, USA

10.    Nazrul Islam and Ezaz Ahmed (2004), A Measurement of Customer Service Quality of Banks in Dhaka City of Bangladesh, Accepted for presentation in the forthcoming 8th South Asian Management Forum 2004 Annual Conference of AMDISA which will be held in Lahore, Pakistan, from 28 November 2004 to 1 december 2004.

 

2004, Pakistan

11.    Nazrul Islam, MZ Mamun & Mohammad Harun-ur-Rashid (2004), Agents’ Perspective on Marketing of Life Insurance Policies in Bangladesh, Presented in The 8th APRIA Annual Conference, Lotte Hotel, Seoul, Korea, 18-21 July.

 

2004, South Korea

12.    Nazrul Islam, Gour Chandra Saha and Murshid Kuli Khan (2002), Job Satisfaction of Women Bank Employees, Presented in the International Conference on ‘Globalization, Innovation and Human Resource Development for Competitive Advantage’, Organized by School of Management, Asian Institute of Technology 17-19 December, Bangkok, Thailand. Published in Proceedings.

 

2002, Thailand

13.    Nazrul Islam, MZ Mamun, and Md Noorunnabi (2001), Working Conditions in Light of Factory Law Provisions of the Public Sector Enterprises of Bangladesh: A Case Study on Jute Mills, Published in the proceedings of The 4th Asian Academy of Management Conference, Malaysia, 10-13 November.

2001, Malaysia

14.    Anowar Hossain, MZ Mamun, and Nazrul Islam (2001), Job Satisfaction of the Senior Male And Female Executives in Bangladesh, Published in the proceedings of The 4th Asian Academy of Management Conference, Malaysia, 10-13 November.

 

2001, Malaysia

15.    Nazrul Islam, Abhijit Barua, and M.Z. Mamun (2001) Performance of the Nationalized Life Insurance Companies of Bangladesh, Presented in The 5th Annual Conference of Asia Pacific Risk and Insurance Association, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India, 15-18 July.

 

2001, India

16.    Nazrul Islam & Gour Chandra Saha, (2000), Private Life Insurance Business In Bangladesh: A Comparison of Service Quality between Private and Public Sector, Presented in The 4th Annual Conference of Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association, Curtin University of Science and Technology, Perth, Australia, 16-19 July.

 

2000, Australia

17.    Nazrul Islam and Fredric William Swierczek, (2000), Technological Change and Its Impact on Textile and Garment Workers: HRD Strategies, Published in the proceedings of the Third International Conference on Operations and Quantitative Management, Sydney, Australia, December 17-20, pp. 330-340

 

2000, Australia

18.    Gour Chandra Saha and Nazrul Islam, (2000), Global Manufacturing Strategy: A Capability-Based Analysis, Published in the proceedings of the Third International Conference on Operations and Quantitative Management, Sydney, Australia, December 17-20, pp. 218-225.

 

2000, Australia

  1. Helal Uddin Nizami, Gour Chandra Saha and Nazrul Islam, (2000), Management Information System of the Commercial Bank in Bangladesh, Published in the   proceedings of the Third International Conference on Operations and Quantitative Management, Sydney, Australia, December 17-20, pp. 310-321

 

2000, Australia

  1. Nazrul Islam and F.W. Swierczek, (2000), Global Technological Change in a Labor Intensive Industry: Its Implication on Textile and Garment Workers, Published in the proceedings of the 2000 IEEE International Conference on Management of Innovation and Technology, ICMIT 2000, Singapore, 12-15 November, pp. 99-104.

 

Singapore

  1. Fredric William Swierczek and Nazrul Islam, (2000), Global Technological Change Impact on Textile and Garment Workers of Thailand, Published in the proceedings of First Global Conference on Flexible Systems Management (GLOGIFT 2000), New Delhi, India, 17-20 December 2000, pp. 363-372.

 

2000, India

22.    Muhammad Z Mamun and Nazrul Islam, (2000), TQM Practices of the Bangladeshi and Thai Company: A Comparative Analysis - Published in the proceedings of First Global Conference on Flexible Systems Management (GLOGIFT 2000), 17-20 December, New Delhi, India, pp. 911-920.

 

2000, India

23.    M Z Mamun and Nazrul Islam, (1999), Risk of Technology Transfer: A Developing and Developed World Reality, Published in the proceedings of The 3rd Annual Conference of Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association, Lingnan University, Hong Kong, held on 18-21 July.

1999, Hong Kong

 

9.4 National Conference Papers

 

  1. Nazrul Islam and Gour Chandra Saha, (2000), Total Quality Management in Private Health Clinics of Bangladesh, Published in the proceedings of 5th Annual Convention of Bangladesh Society for Total Quality Management (BSTQM), 20-21 October, Dhaka, Bangladesh, pp.74-78.

 

  1. Nazrul Islam, Mohammad Mehedi Hasan and Md Mizanur Rahman, (1996), Motivation and Job Satisfaction of Garments Workers in Bangladesh: An Empirical Study, Bangladesh, Presented in the national seminar on “Management Challenges by the Year 2000 and Beyond: Bangladesh Perspective” AMDIB (Association of Management Development Institutions in Bangladesh), 16 may, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 

9.5 Publication Books

 

1.       Nazrul Islam

Global Technological Change Impact on Textile and Garment Workers

Ahmed Publishing House, Dhaka

2006

 

 

 

2.       Nazrul Islam and  M Z Mamun

 

Entrepreneurship Development: An Operational Approach with Special Emphasis on Bangladesh

(In English)

 

University Press Limited, Dhaka

 

2000

 

3.       Nazrul Islam

 

An Introduction to Insurance (in Bengali)

 

Lucky Book House, Dhaka

 

1993

 

9.6  Articles Published in Daily Newspapers

 

  1. Nazrul Islam

Some Aspects of Motivation: Concepts and Techniques

The Bangladesh Observer

1992

  1. Nazrul Islam

Human Resources Management: An Overview

The Bangladesh Observer

1993

  1. Nazrul Islam

Entrepreneurship Development: An Analysis

The Bangladesh Observer

1994

 

10. MEDIA INTERVIEW

 

Interviewed by Local TV Channels such as, Bangla Vision, ETV, Diganto, etc.

 

11. ORGANIZERS OF MAJOR EVENTS

 

1.       Worked as Convener of Organizing Committee, South Asian Management Forum 2007, jointly organized by North South University & Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA), India at Hotel Sheraton, Dhaka, Bangladesh (www.northsouth.edu).

 

2.       Worked as Convener of Organizing Committee, Global Business and Management Forum 2008, An International Conference jointly organized by Pearl School of Business, India and GBMF, USA at Pearl School of Business, Gurgaon, India (www.gbmf.info).

 

3.       Worked as Executive Member of Organizing Committee, Global Business and Management Forum 2010, An International Conference jointly organized by Southeast University and GBMF, USA at Southeast University, Dhaka, Bangladesh (www.gbmf.info).

 

4.       Worked as Convener of Organizing Committee, Global Business and Management Forum 2011, An International Conference jointly organized by University of Dhaka, Bangladesh and GBMF, USA at University of Dhaka, Bangladesh (www.gbmf.info).

 






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