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Greetings from Research Cell, Noakhali Science and Technology University! We are happy to announce that Research Cell, NSTU is going to publish the first issue of its journal entitled ‘Journal of Noakhali Science and Technology University (JNSTU)’. JNSTU,a multidisciplinary and peer-reviewed(print version) journal, is devoted to publish original articles/ review papers/ short communications. I would like to invite you to submit your high quality article to the Journal for the upcoming issue.The Journal aims to provide the most complete and reliable source of information on current developments in the respective fields.

The journal will duly be assigned with ISSN and DOIs. Tomaintain international publication standards the submitted papers will undergo a rigorous peer-review and originality (plagiarism) check.

Please submit your article in MS Word (.doc or .docx format) suggesting at least two potential reviewer’s name to the editor on or before December 15, 2016 at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   

 

Thanking you,

Dr. Mohammad Belal Hossain

Assistant Director, Research Cell &

Associate Professor,

Department of Fisheries and Marine Science

Noakhali Science and Technology University

Noakhali-3814

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NSTU JOURNAL

Journal of Noakhali Science and Technology University (JNSTU)

Vol.1, Issue 1

ISSN: (to be included)

Noakhali Science and Technology University,

Noakhali-3814. Bangladesh

INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CONTRIBUTORS

 

Preparation of manuscripts

The following guide lines should be followed strictly in submitting the manuscript of the paper.    

All manuscripts must be written in English and typed on a good quality (A4) paper with double space and sufficient margins (Left and top one inch, right and bottom also one inch). Articles should be submitted (one printed and a soft copy) to the Editor at the University address stated below and through email as MS word format suggesting at least two potential reviewers’ name. The Editorial Board will arrange review of the article. The decision of the Editorial board on any article is final. After acceptance galley proof will be sent to author(s) within five days as notice.

The paper should not normally exceed ten types’ written pages (including tables, figures, graphs and list of references).

The manuscript should contain the following subtitles in sequence: Title, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion, Acknowledgements (if any) and References. These sub-titles, however, will not be present in case of short communication.

  1.  Title:

The title of the paper must be brief and specific (not exceeding 50 letters).

3.1 The name(s) of the author with address and corresponding author’s email address should be specified under the title.

  1. Abstract:

The abstract must be completely self-explanatory and intelligible. It must include the reason for conducting the study, objectives, materials and method(s), results and discussion, and a conclusion. An abstract should not exceed 250 words for a regular paper.

  1. Key words:

3-5 key words (in small letters) must be provided. Key words should be separated by semicolon. This will be printed just after abstract.

  1. Text:
  1. The text of the paper should be clear, brief and comprehensive.
  2. The word limit of the article will be up to 5000
  3. The word limit of the short communication article will be up to 2000
  4. Font name and size: Times New Roman with 12 size
  5. The paper should be typewritten double spaced in between the lines.
  6. The pages should be numbered sequentially in the lower middle place on A4 paper
  7. Margin (Left and top one inch, right and bottom also one inch) on good quality paper of A4 size.

Introduction and objectives: It should be concise, include relevant literature and clear objective(s) of the study.

 Materials and Methods: It should include a clear and concise description of the experimental procedure including applicable statistical evaluation.

 Results and Discussion:  This section should include precise statement of results obtained, figures, tables and discussion.

  1.  Tables, Graphs and Figures:
  1. Number of Tables, Graphs and Figures should be minimum.
  2. Numerical data must not be presented in two forms (e.g. in both table and graph). Table should be typed on a separate sheet and indicate on a typescript its preferred position in the text.
  3. Table title should be on the top of the table and be written as Table 1.
  4. Caption for the figures and graphs should be on the bottom of the figure-graphs and be written as Fig 1.

e. Illustrations, pictures and graphs, should be supplied with the highest quality and in an electronic format that helps us to publish your article in the best way possible. Please follow the guidelines below to enable us to prepare your artwork for the printed issue:

Format, resolution and colour of the image: TIFF, JPEG: Common format for pictures (containing no text or graphs). Resolution: Rasterized based files (i.e. with .tiff or .jpeg extension) require a resolution of at least 300 dpi (dots per inch). Line art should be supplied with a minimum resolution of 800 dpi. Colour: The colour should be black and white (unless otherwise arranged). Therefore, it is important that you supply images that are comprehensible in black and white as well (i.e. by using colour with a distinctive pattern or dotted lines).

  1. Acknowledgements (if any)

Acknowledgements should appear on before the section on References.

E.g., this volume is published with the financial assistance of UGC, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  1. References:

In the text the references should be given within brackets with a comma between the name of the author and year. Citation style, the results are partially agree well with the findings of (Mohsin, 2015), (Mohsin and Belal, 2016).  The reference at the end of the text must be alphabetical by senior author. Journal references should include names of all authors, year, complete title, publication volume, number and inclusive pages. For books, give the name of all authors, the editor if any, year, complete title, publisher and place of publication.

For example:

  1. Journal

Mohsin, G.M. 2015. Feed forward responses of stomata to humidity. Aust. J. Plant Physiol. 5: 787-800.

  1. Chapter of a book

Park, J.E., Park, K. 1989. Environment and Health. Text book of Preventive and Social Medicine. 12th ed. New Delhi, 421-456.

  3. Conference paper

Clifton, J.J., 1999. Hazard prediction. In: Disaster prevention, planning and limitation. University of Bradford, 12-13 September 1989. Technical Communications Ltd., 54-64.

  4. Web/ internet

Satalkar, B. (2010, July 15).Water aerobics. Retrieved from http://www.buzzle.com (Accessed  date)

All communications in relation to paper and paper submission should be directed to the Editor, JNSTU at the following address:

Editor

Journal of Noakhali Science and Technology University (JNSTU)

Noakhali Science and Technology University,

Noakhali-3814. Bangladesh

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tel. +8801867563826

Off-prints

Author(s) of each paper is/are entitled to get 10 off-prints.

Article processing fees: 1000 BDT

Please submit your article in MS Word (.doc or .docx format) suggesting at least two potential reviewers’ name to the editor on or before December 5, 2016 at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Declaration

While submitting a paper the authors are to sign a declaration to the effect that i. the work reported has been carried out by them and they jointly prepare the manuscript; ii. They take public responsibility for the contents of the paper; iii. The paper has not been published before in any referred scientific journal or has not been submitted to such journal for publication; and iv. They accord consent to the Journal of Noakhali Science and Technology University (JNSTU) to publish the paper.

 

Professor Dr. M Wahiduzzaman

Editor- in- Chief

Journal of Noakhali Science and Technology University (JNSTU)

Noakhali Science and Technology University (NSTU)

Noakhali-3814, Bangladesh.

2016-17 Admission Notice

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কর্তৃপক্ষের অনুমোদনক্রমে অত্র বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের সকল বিভাগীয় চেয়ারম্যানসহ সংশ্লিষ্ট সকলের জ্ঞাতার্থে জানানো যাচ্ছে যে, নোয়াখালী বিজ্ঞান ও প্রযুক্তি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের ২০১৬-১৭ শিক্ষাবর্ষের ১ম বর্ষ সম্মান শ্রেনীর শুন্য আসন ও কোটায় (মুক্তিযোদ্ধা, উপজাতি, শারীরিক প্রতিবন্ধী ও পোষ্য) ১৫ ডিসেম্বর ২০১৬ শিক্ষার্থী ভর্তি করা হবে। ভর্তিচ্ছু শিক্ষার্থী ‘এ’ গ্রুপে অপেক্ষমান তালিকা ৬০৬ থেকে ৯০৫ পর্যন্ত, ‘বি’ গ্রুপে অপেক্ষমান তালিকা ৫৫১ থেকে ১০৫০ পর্যন্ত; ‘সি’ গ্রুপে পূর্বের অপেক্ষমান তালিকা ২৪১ থেকে ৫০০ পর্যন্ত। ১৫ ডিসেম্বর ২০১৬ সকাল ৯টার মধ্যে বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের বীর মুক্তিযোদ্ধা হাজী মোহাম্মদ ইদ্রিস অডিটোরিয়ামে প্রয়োজনীয় কাগজপত্র, ভর্তি ও আনুষঙ্গিক ফি ২৩,০০০.০০ (তেইশ হাজার) টাকাসহ উপস্থিত হওয়ার জন্য অনুরোধ করা হলো। উল্লেখ্য, ডি গ্রুপের অপেক্ষমান তালিকা পরবর্তীতে জানানো হবে।

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Curriculum Vitae of Prof. Dr. M Wahiduzzaman

Dr. M Wahiduzzaman

(Eminent Educationist, Columnist & Media personality)

Professor (Since 2008)

Department of Educational Administration

Institute of Education and Research, University of Dhaka, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh

Tel. 9661910-73/8232 (Off.), 8621236 (Res.) Cell- 01911179424, E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

   

 

Name                                       :    M. Wahiduzzaman

Mother’s name                         :    Halima Ahmed

Father’s name                          :    Azhar Uddin Ahmed (Late)

Spouse name                           :    Prof. Dr. Zeenat Huda Wahid 

Sex                                           :    Male                                 

Date of Birth                             :    17 April 1961

Present Address                       :    C-9 A K M Moniruzzaman Tower Bhaban, Fuller Road

                                                       Dhaka University Campus, Dhaka-1000

Permanent                                :   Village – Bashbunia,    Post – Amua, Upazila – Kathalia        

                                                      Dist - Jhalokathi

Present Position                        :  Vice-Chancellor, Noakhali Science and Technology University

 

Former Professor & Chairman, Department of Educational  Administration, Institute of Education and Research, University of Dhaka;

Senate & Syndicate Member, National University;

Academic Council member, University of Dhaka & Chittagong,       Jagonnath University and Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet;

Syndicate Member (Private University), UITS and Green University

Expert member, Selection Board, University of Rasjshahi, Khulna University of Science and Technology and Bhasani University of Science and Technology, Santosh, Tangail.

Chairman, Governing Body, Institute for Library Science and   Management;

Member, Governing Body, Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib Mohila College, Mirpu; Mohammadpur Kendreo University College; Khilgaon Model University College and Imperial College, Dhaka. 

Expert Member, Technical Committee, Secondary Education, Quality Enhancement Project (SEQEP) 

 

Educational Qualification
PhD School of Education University of Nottingham, The UK 2005
M.Ed (Admn.) Institute of Education & Research University of Dhaka 1993
Dip-in-Ed. Institute of Education & Research University of Dhaka 1992
LL.M  Department of Law University of Dhaka 1987
LL.B (Hons.)  Department of Law University of Dhaka 1985
PhD Thesis: Role of Mass Media in Non-Formal Education and Development in Bangladesh with special regard to Television and Radio. Supervisor: Professor W J Morgan

Masters Thesis: The Study and Compilation of the Laws, Rules and Regulations of Educational Administration at Secondary Level in Bangladesh. Supervisor: Professor Rowshan Ara Chawdhury

Visiting Researcher, University of Warwick, the UK, March – June 2001

Work with the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, June –August 2009

 

 

Other Training

  • Training on Asia Regional UK Alumni Programme: Leadership Breakthroughs, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 3 -5 March 2012, a British Council Regional Programme
  • Training on ‘Theory and Practice of Secondary Education in New Zealand’ at the College of Education, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, June –August 2009  
  • Capacity Building workshop using the ICT in Education Toolkit for Policymakers, Planners and Practitioners, 27–30 April 2009 BANBEIS, Jointly Organised by BANBIES, UNDP and UNESCO in collaboration with AECID and Ankur ICT Development Foundation
  • Planning Workshop of the Regional Policy Research on Quality and Status of Female Teachers and their Impact on EFA in Asia 16-18 March, 2009 UNESCO :Bangkok
  • National Training Session for Educational Counsellors in Modernising Islamic Education Methods using Computer Programmes, organised by Bangladesh National Commission for UNESCO
  • Participated in the Workshop on “the Opinion Survey on Peace and Value Education”, held on 19 June 2008 at Training Room of CAMPE, Dhaka
  • Participated in An International Workshop on “ICT in Teaching-Learning in Technical and Vocational Education” held on 01-05 December 2007 at Islamic University of Technology (IUT), The Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) Dhaka, Bangladesh 
  • Participated in the Seventh Educational Researchers’ Conference for Dissemination for Research Studies, held on November 09, 2007 at IDB Bhaban, Sher-e-Bangla Nagar, organized by UNESCO-BAFED Researchers’ Forum.
  • Participated in the South Asian regional workshop on Transparency and Integrity in the Water Sector, held on 3-5 November 2007 at Hotel Pan-Pacific Sonargaon, Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Presented a Paper on ‘Education and Development in the Commonwealth: Comparative Perspectives at the Commonwealth Research Scholars Colloquium in Nottingham, the UK 4-6 June 2004
  • Research Poster Presented on ‘What Counts As Evidence For What Purposes In Research In Adult Literacy, Numeracy And ESOL?’ in the NRDC International Conference at Hilton Hotel, Nottingham, the UK 20th – 22nd March 2003
  • Participated in BAICE 2002 Conference on ‘Lifelong Learning and the Building of Human and Social Capital’ at Nightingale Hall, the University of Nottingham, the UK 6th -8th September 2002

Special Training Courses Taken at the University Of Nottingham:

a. Four Courses offered by the School of Education: 1. Philosophy of Social Science, 2. Research Method Design and Practice, 3. Qualitative Method & 4. Quantitative Method and Data Analysis

b. 12 Training Courses offered by the Graduate School: 1. Observation and Ethnographic Research in Social Science, 2. Focus Groups, 3. Analysis Qualitative Data and Using NVIVO, 4. Questionnaires, 5. Introduction to Quantitative research, 6. Planning Research and Time Management, 8. Presentation Skills for Postgraduates in Humanities, 7. Nature of the PhD and the Supervision Process, 8. Skills of Spoken and Written Communication & 9. PowerPoint for Presentations

Research Experience:

Team Leader of an International Research conducted by UNESCO, “Quality and Status of Female Teacher and their impact on EFA in Asia” from February 2009 – February 2010

Project Director, ‘Health Care Promotion through Mass Media: A Study among the Ethnic Communities of Bangladesh’. A research project of Social Science Research Council, Ministry of Planning, 2010-2011

Project Director, ‘The role of Bangladesh Betar in promoting girls education and women empowerment’ Bangladesh University Grants Commission, Dhaka 2009

Worked as a Visiting Researcher in the School of Education at the University of Warwick, UK, April – June 2001

Consultant Researcher (Education Policy Project), Bangladesh Foundation for Development Research (1998-2001)

Researcher, planner and presenter of Educational Programme SOPAN, Bangladesh Television (1997-2001)

Supervised good number of PhD, MPhil and M.Ed. Thesis students: Including (i) A Study on the Administrative System of Private Teachers’ Training Colleges in Bangladesh, (ii) Student and Supervisor Perception about the Practice Teaching Experience in Bachelor of Education (IER), (iii) Leadership Role of Head Teacher in Secondary School: Gender Based Perspective, (iv) Learning Environment in  Secondary School of Dhaka City and the Role of Head Teacher as Administrator and (v) Study on Problem and Prospect of Introduction to Education Loan in Higher Education in Bangladesh (vi) The Role of Stipend for Girl Student at Secondary Level Student to Stop the Child Marriage (vii) An Analysis of the Role of Upazela Academic Supervisor in Improving the Quality of Secondary Education

Membership of Reputed Organisations

  1. Convenor, UK Alumni Association of Bangladesh (UKAAB)
  2. Secretary General, Biswabidyalaya Swadheenata Shikkhak Parisad
  3. Secretary General, Federation of Bangladesh University Teachers’ Association 2012 & ‘13
  4. General Secretary, Dhaka University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) -2012
  5. Member of the Dhaka University Senate (three times elected from 1995 to 2001 & 2009-`12)
  6. Member, UNESCO Centre for Comparative Education Research, the UK
  7. Moderator, Dhaka University Debating Society (DUDS)
  8. Secretary, Dhaka University Central Students’ Union (DUCSU) -1989
  9. Member, Asiatic Society of Bangladesh
  10. Life Member, Bangla Academy
  11. Vice-President, Nottingham University Postgraduate Student Union, 2004-05
  12. Founder President, Bangladesh Student Society, the UK 2004
  13. General Secretary, Bangladesh Law Association, 1996 – 1997
  14. Elected Member, Bangladesh Chess Federation, 1998-2001
  15. President, Dhaka University Chess Club 1997- 2002 & since 2009
  16. Member, Executive Committee of World University Service, Bangladesh-1989-90

 

Experiences

Professor, Institute of Education and research, University of Dhaka since 2008

Chairman, Department of Educational Administration, IER, University of Dhaka, 2006-‘09

Chairman, Handball Committee, University of Dhaka, 2009-2012

Chairman, Co-curricular Committee, IER, University of Dhaka, 2006 – ‘14

Chief Moderator, IER Debating Society, University of Dhaka, 2010- Till the date

Moderator, Dhaka University Debating Society since 2012

Team Leader of an International Research, “Quality and Status of Female Teacher and their impact on EFA in Asia”. An International Research conducted by UNESCO, Thailand 

Working as an academic staff in the Institute of Education and Research at the University of Dhaka since November 1996

Programme Coordinator (Education Policy Project) of Bangladesh Foundation for Development Research (1998-2001)

TV Personality: Planner, Researcher and Presenter of Educational Programme SOPAN, Bangladesh Television (1997-2001), and participate as a Discussant in various programs in different televisions   

Worked as an Advocate in the Bangladesh Supreme Court of Bangladesh (1990-1996)

Worked as an Advocate in Dhaka District Judge and Session Court -1987 to 1996

Worked as a professor, Mirpur Law College, 1993-1996

Worked as Pannel Lawyer of Janata, Agrarani, City, Shilpa and Sonali Bank from 1994-`96

Offering Courses and Expertise

Education and Development, Education in Bangladesh, Organization and Management in Education, Policy, Strategy and Leadership in Education, Administration and Management of Education in Bangladesh, Principle of Administration, Educational Planning and Development and Law and Education

Offered the courses on Labour and Industrial Law, Personal Law, Law of Equity and Trust, Constitutional Law and Land Law

Seminar/workshops
  • Invited Speaker in an International Conference on Current Issues in Education (ICCIE), 2012. Organised by Yogykarta State University and National University of Malaysia,15-16 September 2012, Yogykarta State University, Indonesia
  • Planning Workshop of the Regional Policy Research on Quality and Status of Female Teachers and their Impact on EFA in Asia 16-18 March, 2009 UNESCO, Bangkok
  • Participated in the South Asian regional workshop on Transparency and Integrity in the Water Sector, held on 3-5 November 2007 at Hotel Pan-Pacific Sonargaon, Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Presented a Paper on ‘Education and Development in the Commonwealth: Comparative Perspectives at the Commonwealth Research Scholars Colloquium in Nottingham, the UK 4-6 June 2004
  • Presented a Paper on ‘Education and Development in the Commonwealth: Comparative Perspectives at the Commonwealth Research Scholars Colloquium in Nottingham, 4-6 June 2004, on ‘What Counts As Evidence For What Purposes In Research In Adult Literacy, Numeracy And ESOL?’ in the NRDC International Conference at Hilton Hotel, Nottingham, the UK 20th – 22nd March 2003  
  • BAICE 2002 Conference on ‘Lifelong Learning and the Building of Human and Social Capital’ at Nightingale Hall, the University of Nottingham, the UK 6th – 8th September 2002.
  • Attended two International Seminars and four Departmental seminars at the Department of Continuing Education, University of Warwick, the UK

Several Courses and Workshops organised by the Graduate School of the University of Nottingham and the University of Warwick, the UK

 

 

List of Publications

  1. Social Issues in Tertiary Education of Bangladesh, In PROCEEDING, 1st International Conference on Current Issues in Education (IICCIE) 2012. Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia, 15-16 September 2012, pp.21-26
  2. Educating the Future Teacher : It’s on the Track in Sixth Five Plan, Planning Academy, Bangladesh
  3. The Role of Upazila Academic Supervisor for Quality Education at Secondary Level. Samajic Biggan Patrika (Bengali Journal of the University of Dhaka), Vol. 5. No. 5, December. 2011
  4. Attitude of Female Teachers towards their Profession in government primary schools of Bangladesh. Teacher's World, Journal of Education and Research. Vol.35-36, December 2009 & June 2010
  5. Role of Media in Disaster Risk Reduction Programme in Bangladesh. Social Science Review, Vol. 26, No. 2, December 2009
  6. Qualitative Method and its Role in Non-Formal Education and Media Research in Bangladesh. Dhaka University Studies Vol.  2007
  7. Mass Media, Non-Formal Education and Women Empowerment in Bangladesh, Teacher's World, Journal of Education and Research. Vol.32-33, 2008
  8. Review of the book of Gokulsing, K. Moti. 2004. Soft-soaping India: the world of Indian televised soap operas. Sterling: Trentham Books, In Social Science Review, Vol. 25, No. 2, December 2008
  9. Crisis in Education and the Importance of Non-formal Education, Teacher's World, Journal of Education and Research. Vol.30-31, June & December 2007
  10. Review In Social Science Review, Vol. 24, No. 1, June 2007
  11. Review Rahman, M. Golam. 1999. Communication Issues in Bangladesh. Dhaka: Paragon Publisher. In Social Science Review, Vol. 23, No. 1, June 2006
  12. The Role of Television and radio in Non-Formal Education in Bangladesh, in: Adedeji, S.O. and Morgan, W.J., Education and Development in the Commonwealth: Comparative Perspectives, Commonwealth Scholarship Commission, 2005
  13. Effectiveness of 'Shikshatrider Ashor: A Programme of Bangladesh Betar for the Secondary Students, Teacher's World, Journal of Education and Research. December 2004, Vol. 26-27
  14. Education For All: Making The Right A Reality, Social Science Review, Vol.18, No.2, December 2001
  15. Human Rights and the Rights of Women in Bangladesh Hindu Law, Dhaka Biswabidyalaya Patrika (Bengali Journal of the University of Dhaka), Vol. 69, February 2001
  16. Mass Media and Education: Role of Mss Media in Non-formal Basic Education in Bangladesh, Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, Humanities, 45 (2), 2000
  17. Role of Mass Media in Literacy Movement in Bangladesh, Social Science Review, Vol. 17, No.2, December 2000
  18. Relation between Religion and Education in Pre-British India, Philosophy and Progress, Vol. XXVIII, December 2000
  19. Mass Communication for Development and Education, Teachers' World, Vol. 21-23, December 1997-June, 2000
  20. An Analysis of the Law of the Secondary Education in Bangladesh, Dhaka Viswavidyalay Patrika, (Bengali Journal of the University of Dhaka), 2000, Vol. 67
  21. Role of Mass Communication in the LDCs: Development vs. Dependency, Social Science Review, Vol. 16, No. 2, December 1999
  22. The Historical Development of Pre-Industrial City and its main features, Dhaka Viswavidyalay  Patrika (Bengali Journal of the University of Dhaka), 1999, Vol. 64
  23. Equality and Inequality in Education, Philosophy and Progress, Vol. XXIV-XXV, June-December, 1998

 

Papers Presented in International Seminars and Conferences:

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1. International Conference on Current Issues in Education (ICCIE), 2012, 15-16 September

      2012, Yogykarta State University, Indonesia

2. Paper on ‘Education and Development in the Commonwealth: Comparative Perspectives at the

     Commonwealth Research Scholars Colloquium in Nottingham, 4-6 June 2004

3. What Counts As Evidence For What Purposes In Research In Adult Literacy, Numeracy And

   ESOL?’ in the NRDC International Conference at Hilton Hotel, Nottingham, 20th – 22nd March 2003

4. ‘Lifelong Learning and the Building of Human and Social Capital’ at Nightingale Hall, the

    University of Nottingham, in BAICE Conference 6th – 8th September 2002

5. Translation Work and Human Resources Development at the International Centre for Education in Development, University of Warwick, the UK on 05 June 2001

Countries Visited: India (many states and cities), England, Wales, Qatar, Singapore, New Zealand, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, Malaysia, Bhutan and Nepal

Prof. Dr. M Wahiduzzaman

 

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