Department of Real Estate
Mr. Sheikh Mohammad Shafiul Islam  Associate Professor
Name :
Mr. Sheikh Mohammad Shafiul Islam
Employee ID
710000989
Designation
Associate Professor  
Department
Department of Real Estate
Faculty
Faculty of Business & Economics
Personal Webpage
http://faculty.daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/profile/bre/shafiul.html
E-mail
shafiul@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd
Phone
Cell-Phone
011 99 18 38 24

MA (English, ELT); MSS & BSS (Hons) in Mass Communication and Journalism; Ph.D.  (Fellow)

  1. Teachers’ Training Program on   m on ‘International Humanitarian Law’, organized by International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and Department of Mass Communication and Journalism, Dhaka University during 27-29 July, 2006
  2. Reporting on Budget organized by World Bank Institute and Department of Mass Communication and Journalism, Dhaka University during 24-26 January 2008
  3. SAARC Senior Editors Conference on Media Reporting: Armed Conflict and Violence organized by International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Department of Mass Communication and Journalism, Dhaka University and Press Institute of Bangladesh during 28-29 October 2007
  4. Workshop on Election Reporting organized by Society for Environment and Human Development (SEHD) during August 31 to September 02, 2001)
  5. Introduction to TV Journalism organized by Journalism Training and Research Initiative (JATRI) in August 2010

Social, Communication and  Media Research,  Development and  Corporate Communication & Public Relations, Advertising and Copywriting, Reporting and Editing , Newsgathering and Writing, English and Bangla Writing Skills, Interpersonal and Group Communication, Mass Communication.

Journals:

 

  1. Rationale for a Relationship Between Media Freedom and the Process of Democratization (Joint Author); Social Science Review, The Dhaka University Studies, Part-D, Faculty of Social Science; Selected in November 2012 for the publication in the forthcoming issue
  2. The Radio as an Instrument for Change: Bangladesh Perspective (Joint Author), Social Science Review, The Dhaka University Studies, Part-D, Faculty of Social Science, Selected in November 2012 for the publication in the forthcoming issue
  3.  A Pragmatic View on Application of Grammar for Growing Writing Practice Effectively, UODA (University of Development Alternative)- Studies (Journal), ISSN No. 1817-   4825, April 2006
  4.  Communication Revolutions or Explosions! What is the Reality?, UODA-Studies, Part II, ISSN No. 1996-7667, April, 2007, Vol. 1, No.1

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    Books:

     

    1. Study report on ‘People’s perception of safety net programmes: A qualitative analysis of social protection in Bangladesh’ , September 2011; published by HelpAge International
    2. Policy Research on DCC, DESCO, TITAS and WASA: Problem of Slum Dwellers Accessing Utility Services, March 2011, published by Onneyshan, Sponsored by Manusher Jonno Foundation.
    3. One of the writers of the book ‘Mass Media/Class Media’, Sraban Publication, February 2009
    4. CCHRB Election Observation Report, A SEHD (Society for Environment and Human Development) publication, in 2002 (One of the writers).
    5. Executive Editor and Writer, Newsletter-3 on Human Rights published by BCDJC.
    6. Executive Editor and Writer, Handbook on Human Rights and Journalism published by BCDJC in 2009.

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      Conference Papers: 

       

      1. A  Pragmatic View on Application of Grammar for Growing Writing Practice Effectively,
      2. Conference Proceedings, First International Conference on “The Teaching of English in Bangladesh: policy, pedagogy and practice” published by Stamford University Press, Bangladesh, Fall 2003
      3. Ninth Parliament Election and Our Mass Media, Muktaprokash, Published by Mass Line Media Centre, December 2008
      4. Growing Opportunities in the Field of Social and Developmental Communication Using Radio as an Instrument for Change: Bangladesh Perspective, September-2009, Pune, India
      5. Presented paper in the National Summit on Media and Human Rights on 12 March 2009 held at the VIP Lounge, Press Club, Dhaka. A number of professionals from various walks of people including Minister of Foreign Affairs attended the summit.
      6. Presented concept paper in a consultation meeting on ‘Citizen’s Perception of News Media’ held in the Conference Room of the Daily Amader Shomoy Office on 8 April 2008.
      7. Presented paper at the ‘National Radio Meet’ as an ‘International and Keynote Speaker’ organized by the Symbiosis International University, Pune, India on 19 September 2009.
      8. Presented keynote in a seminar on ‘Freedom of the Press and Journalists: Perspective Bangladesh’ organized by Jahurul Haque Hall Journalists Family, Dhaka University on 13 May 2009 marking the World Press Freedom Day.


  1. Tendency of TV News Coverage in Bangladesh, 2013
  2. Gender Sensitivity in the sports news of  Bangladesh Press, 2008
  3. Promotion of Community Voices through Community Radio: A Baseline Survey for Needs Assessment ,2012
  4. Baseline Survey on Information, Education and Communication (IEC), Needs Assessment of LGSP-LIC Union Parishad’, 2010
  5. Baseline survey on ‘Citizen’s Perception of News Media in Bangladesh’, 2009
  6. Investigative Journalism in the Bangladesh Press’, 2009
  7. Climate Change and its Impact on Health/Livelihood of People in Coastal Belt of Noakhali and Bhola Districts, 2012
  8. Conducted study on people’s perception of safety net programmes: A qualitative analysis of social protection in Bangladesh, 2011
  9. Conducted end-line survey on citizen’s perception and knowledge of corruption, 2011
  10. Study on Citizen Scorecard Monitoring, 2011
  11. Situation and Needs Analysis of  Female Workers in Rice Mills, 2012
  12. Policy Research on Dhaka City Corporation(DCC), Dhaka Electric Supply Authority (DESA) and Dhaka Water and Sanitation (DWASA), 2010
  13. Policy research and perception study to identify and understand the problems and bottlenecks constraining spread of primary education and reduction of poverty in four districts of Bangladesh assigned by The Institute for Environment and Development (IED), January –March 2012
  14. Study on Home-based Workers and their Organizations in three cities in Bangladesh. The research report is available at: http://www.homenetsouthasia.net/pdfs/, assigned by HomeNet South Asia, July-August 2010
  15.  Peoples’ Perception of Human Rights Journalism in Bangladesh’, August 2008-March 2009, assigned by BCDJC  

Member of Dhaka University Mass Communication and Journalism Alumni Association

University of Development Alternative(UODA)