Bangladesh Army International University of Science and Technology

BAIUST

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Md Rezaul Karim
Deputy Controller of Examinations
dy_coe@baiust.edu.bd

Biography:

Occupational Experience: 1. Current Occupation: Since December 2018 – Deputy Controller of Examinations 2. 2005 - 2018 Asst. Professor, Department of Business Administration, and Controller of Examinations (In–Charge), Southern University, Chittagong, Bangladesh. 3. 1997 - 2000 Commercial Information Officer The British Council, S.S. Khaled Road, IEB Building, Chittagong. A joint project of British Council and British High Commission in Dhaka. 4. 1993 - 1996 Staff Analyst. Monitoring and Audit Department BRAC, Mohakhali C/A, Dhaka. 5. Worked as a part timer in the BELGAVIA, Brussels (An airline catering services).

Qualification: 

Academic Qualification: -Masters in Management from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium in 1992; -Masters in Marketing from the University of Chittagong in 1989 & hold the First position. -Certificate course on Indenting, shipping, clearing & forwarding, conducted by Bangladesh Institute of Management, Chittagong. Training received -Training on UK Trade conducted by Department of Trade and Industry, UK held in New Delhi, India. Facilitator: DTI (Overseas Trade UK). -Customer Care Training held in the British Council Dhaka. Facilitator: Conducted by resource persons from the British Council Manchester, UK.

Recent Publication:

Professional publications: 1. Occupational stress management in Bangladesh-A comparative study Synergy / Journal of Management Sardar Patel University, Gujrat, India, Vol. 11, no. 2, July-December , 2009, P-79-90. ISSN 0973922x. Prime author. 2. Conceptual Paper: Understanding the Notion of Strategic Human Resource Development to Safeguard the Interests of RMG Sectors. “PROTIDDONI”- A Journal of Social Compliance, DaNi RESOURCE CENTER, Dhaka, Volume II, November 2006. 3. Article published in Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences in Vol.4, Number: 2, 2007 Page # 175-180 on “Promoting English Teaching in Monolingual Countries: A Study on Students’ Language Learning inclination in the Context of Bangladesh”. 4. Conceptual paper: Notion of Human Resource Development in Macro Economic Stratum: A gaze at Bangladesh. “Human Face” A Journal for Human Development, Center for Human Development Studies (CHDS), Volume V, 2006, ISSN# 1991-3729. 5. Research Paper: Service Marketing: Cell Phones, Bangladesh Perspective. The Journal of Business and Society, Southern University, Bangladesh; Volume IV, Number 1 December 2005, ISSN 1815-3291.