Department of Entrepreneurship
Mohammad Shibli Shahriar  Associate Professor and Head
Name :
Mohammad Shibli Shahriar
Employee ID
710000025
Designation
Associate Professor and Head  
Department
Department of Entrepreneurship
Faculty
Faculty of Business & Economics
Personal Webpage
http://faculty.daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/profile/de/shibli.html
E-mail
shibli@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd
Phone
+88 02 8130864, +88 02 8129177, Ext-335
Cell-Phone
01811458816

B.A.(honors), M.A.(English Literature, DU), M.B.A.(Marketing), Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (UK), Int’l Diploma in Teaching & Training (London City & Guilds), One year Diploma in IT (Assumption University, Thailand), Business English Certificate (Cambridge)

Attended one-week international workshop on English Language Teaching by renowned international English language experts and teachers; completed 3-month certificate course at the British Council on Business English.

  • Marketing
  • Business Communication
  • Introduction to Business
  • English Language
  • Business English

Journals:

  1. Prospects of Super Market Concept in Dhaka City.
    ‘Daffodil International University-Journal of Business and Economics, Vol.1, No. 1, July 2006
  2. Consumers’ Opinion about Mass Customization in Dhaka City. ‘Daffodil International University-Journal of Business and Economics, Vol.1, No. 1, July 2006
  3. Motivation: Its Crucial Role in Teaching English
    ‘Daffodil International University-Journal of Business and Economics, Vol.2, No. 1, January 2007
  4. Factors affecting Customers’ Pre-Purchase Evaluation of Baby Food in Dhaka City
    ‘Daffodil International University-Journal of Business and Economics, Vol.3, No. 1, January 2008
  5. Credit Card Marketing In Bangladesh
    ‘Daffodil International University-Journal of Business and Economics, Vol.3, No. 2, December 2008
  6. Job Satisfaction of Bank Employees in Bangladesh.  
    ‘Daffodil International University-Journal of Business and Economics, Vol.4, No. 1-2, December 2009
  7. LFS as an Effective Tool to Teaching: DIU Experience.
    ‘Daffodil International University-Journal of  Humanities & Social Science, Vol.1, July 2013
  8. A Study on the Disparity between the Job Satisfaction of Private and Public School Teachers in Bangladesh. Global Journal of Quantitative Science, Vol 1, Issue 1, 2014
  9. Job Satisfaction of Employees: A Study of Real-estate Companies in Dhaka City.
    ‘Daffodil International University-Journal of Business and Economics, Vol.9, No. 2, December 2015
  10. Job Satisfaction of School Teachers in Bangladesh. Management Teachers’ Consortium Journal, July-September Issue, 2016 (Accepted for publication)

SL.

Title

Published by

Year

1.

 The Impact of Audios and Visuals in the EFL Classes: A Study at the Tertiary Level in Bangladesh

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing,
Germany

2011

2.

 Consumer Attitudes towards Customized Marketing: Prospects and Possibilities in Bangladesh

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany

2011

3.

Reflective Teaching: Theories and Practices in Bangladesh

  LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

2012

4.

The Future of Outsourcing: Prospects and Possibilities in Bangladesh

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

2012

5.

 Modern Leadership: The Role of Media

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

2012

6.

Error Analysis of Spoken English (Phonological and grammatical): A Case Study of Secondary Students in Bangladesh

  LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

2012

7.

Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR): A Study on different companies in the UK and Bangladesh

  LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

2012

Books:

  1. Business Communication: Theory and Applications (in progress)

Business, Marketing and English language

Primary Scholarship

Bangladesh English Language Teachers’ Association (BELTA); Taking IT Global, Online community that connects youth to find inspiration, access information, get involved, and take action in their local and global communities, Canada; Dhaka University Alumni Association.

DIIT, under National University; HIIT.