Have an in interest for involving in serious research which would
contribute to crating new knowledge and scholarship, become contributory to the
cause of resource building, ultimately contributing to the economic growth and
prosperity; yet at the same time, will address the greater cause of humanity.
Want to take
entrepreneurship and accomplish challenging deeds related to education and
research, demonstrate a leadership role through fixing a far-reaching, target-
oriented academic goal.
Chaired 30 sessions of Monthly Literary Seminar held at Premier
University since 2007. Also played my role as panel discussant many a time.
Place: IACER (Institute of Advanced Communication Education and
Research) Kathmandu, Nepal.
Paper Title: The contrapuntal Reading of two minority group (Rakhines
and Rohingyas) living in South Eastern Bangladesh
Representation of the People at Margin by New Media: A Study of
Rohingyas in Bangladesh. This paper is presented in the National Conference of
East West University on 21st January 2017.
Attended Second Asian Studies Annual Conference, Suaraha, Chitwan Nepal
and represented Bangladesh (1st and 2nd February, 2020)
Chaired two sessions. In addition, a paper titled “A Study on Shakespeare’s
Eco-conscience in his Pastoral Comedies” has been presented
Attended a seminar on ‘Refugee Crisis and Displacement’ held at Ankara
Yildirim Beyazit University, Tukey in 20th October 2018.
Presented paper in a conference entitled ‘Discursive Shakespeare’ on
Eco-thinking of William Shakespeare on 3rd October 2019.
BA (Hons) in English and MA in English from the
University of Chattogram
●Journal: Premier Critical Perspective, Vol 1, edited by Professor Mohit Ul Alam in 2006
Title: Translation Studies and Culture: An Interpretation
● Journal: IIUC Studies, Vol 5 edited by Professor Dr. Abu Bakr Rafique, published in April 2008.
Title: Relevance of Orientalism: Theory and Practice.
● Journal: Crossings Journal of English Studies, Vol. 3, Fall 2010, edited by Professor Mohit Ul Alam.
Title: Postcolonial Study of Cemeron’sAvater. ULAB
●Horizon, Journal published from the Department of English, Chittagong University. Title: A Far Cry from Africa”: An interpretation of Walcott’s Diasporic Tension.Volium 5, 2020
● Journal: DELL Critical Perspective: Arts and Social Science Chapter Vol -IV, Issue I. A Study on the Loss of Identity and Consequential Alienation in Kiran Desai’s Inheritance of Loss
●Article accepted for publication
South Asian Comparative Studies Anthology to be edited by Professor Arun Gupta.
Title: GundrukandIlish: Reading Folk Food, Unreading Nationalism by Sadat Zaman Khan
Area of Interests
Literary Theory, short fiction, translation