Department of English
Md. Mostafa Rashel  Assistant Professor
Name :
Md. Mostafa Rashel
Employee ID
710000535
Designation
Assistant Professor  
Department
Department of English
Faculty
Faculty of Humanities & Social Science
Personal Webpage
http://faculty.daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/profile/english/rashel.html
E-mail
rashel-linguist@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd, md.mostafa_rashel@hotmail.com
Phone
8130864, 8129177, 8129348, 8129402, Ext. : 134 Fax: 88-02-9137947
Cell-Phone
+88 01715199630, +61 451471467

BA (Hons.) & MA in Linguistics (First Class First), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Certificate in English for Specific Purposes (ESP), University of Oregon. Eugene, USA
Certificate in English Language Teaching (ELT), University of Oregon. Eugene, USA
PhD Candidate, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia

Workshops:

  1. Third Workshop of the International Consortium for Eastern Himalayan Ethnolinguistic Prehistory, at La Trobe University, Australia (8-10 February 2017)
  2. CoEDL Summer School of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language, Queens College, University of Melbourne, Australia (01-05 December 2016)
  3.  "Tonal Workshop" for field workers conducted by Dr. Stephen Morey at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia (19 September, 2016)
  4. The 7th “Documentary Linguistics Workshop” (DocLing2014), Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA), Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (TUFS), Japan in collaboration with the Hans Rausing Endangered Languages Project at SOAS, University of London (19 to 25 February, 2014)
  5. ELT Workshop on “Keeping it Interactive in the Classroom: Part-2”, Organized by Office of English Language Programs, Bureau of Educational & Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State. (June 22, 2013, Duration: 07 hours of professional development work).
  6. ELT Workshop on “Keeping it Interactive in the Classroom”, Organized by Office of English Language Programs, Bureau of Educational & Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State. (May 11, 2013, Duration: 03 hours of professional development work).
  7. Workshop on “Language Documentation and Research”, under the Leadership of Dr. David A. Peterson, Associate Professor, Dartmouth College, Hanover, USA and under the auspices of Department of Anthropology & Linguistics, University of Dhaka. Sponsored by: National Science Fund (NAF), U.S.A. Grant # BCS-0349021. (02 May 2006 to 23 July 2006)

 

Seminars & Lectures:

  1. Working with China: Atlases and Surveys – Professor David Bradley, Emeritus Professor of Linguistics. China Studies Research Centre, College of the Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia. (25 November 2016).
  2. Working with China: Atlases and Surveys – Professor David Bradley, Emeritus Professor of Linguistics at La Trobe University. China Studies Research Centre, College of the Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce. (25 November 2016)
  3. Bialbial Trills in Namuyi Khatho - Zach Li. CRLD Research Seminar Series 2016, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia (13 October 2016)
  4. Language & Music - a distinction to be reconsidered – Dr. Jurgen Schoepf. CRLD Research Seminar Series 2016, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia. (16 September 2016).
  5. Tibeto-Burman Languages in Nepal - Dr. Lauren Gawne. Centre for Research on Language Diversity (CRLD), Research Seminar Series 2016, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia (05 September 2016)

 

Professional Certificate Courses :

  1. Certificate in ESP (English for Specific Purposes) Best practices, spring 2012, Department of Linguistics, American English Institute (UO AEI), University of Oregon. Eugene, USA
  2. Completed Shaping the Way We Teach English, 1: The Landscape of English Language Teaching. U.S. Department of State and the University of Oregon’s online offering course, April 2014  
  3. Completed Shaping the Way We Teach English, 2: The Path to Success in ELT. U.S. Department of State and the University of Oregon’s online offering course, May 2014 (With Distinction)

Training & Certificate Courses:

  1. Statistical Analysis Using SPSS from Bangladesh Computer Council, BCC Bhaban, Dhaka, Bangladesh. (Course covered: Descriptive Technique, Statistical Interference, Different tests, Correlation and Regression Analysis, Time Series Analysis and Forecasting, Project Work) (Duration: 03 Months)
  2. Research Methodology for Business and Social Research (RMBSR) from the Institute of Development Sociology (IDS), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. (Course covered: Designing a research project, Choosing a research topic, Research methodology, Content analysis, Data analysis, Mode of observation: Participant and Non-participant, Focus group discussion (FGD), Method of data collection, Dealing with data, Research report writing: Summary & conclusion, Internship). (Duration: 03 Months)
  3. Database Management System (DBMS) from Arts Computer Center, University of Dhaka. (Duration: 04 Months)
  4. Junior Certificate Course on French Language from the Institute of Modern Language (IML), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. (Duration: One year)


    Linguistics Software Application
    1. ELAN
    2. Toolbox
    3. WeSay & FLEX
    4. Praat

Linguistics (Introduction to Linguistics, Phonetics & Phonology, Morphology, Psycholinguistics & Sociolinguistics), Communication Skill Development, Introduction to ELT (English Language Teaching).

Journals:

  1. Ashaduzzaman, Mohammad & Rashel, Md. Mostafa (2007-2008). Morphosyntactic Analysis of Marma Language. The CDR Journal (A Journal of Center for Development Research), Vol. 3 & 4, December 2007-2008, ISSN 1991-8917, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
    (http://www.journal.cdrbd.org/index.php/cdr/issue/view/2/showToc)
  2. Rashel, Md. Mostafa (2009). Morphosyntactic Analysis of Mro Language; The Dhaka University Journal of Linguistics (DUJL), Vol. 2, No. 3, ISSN 2075-3098, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
    (http://www.banglajol.info/index.php/DUJL
  3. Rashel, Md. Mostafa (2011). Introducing Language Technology and Computational Linguistics in Bangladesh, International Journal of English Linguistics (IJEL), Vol. 1, No. 1, March 2011, Canada. ISSN 1923-869X (print), ISSN 1923-8703 (online)
    (http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ijel/issue/view/321)
  4. Rashel, Md. Mostafa (2011).  Phonological Analysis of Chatkhil Dialect in Noakhali District, Bangladesh. Theory and Practice in Language Studies, Vol. 1, No. 9, pp. 1051-1061, September 2011, ISSN 1799-2591, ACADEMY PUBLISHER, Finland.
    (http://ojs.academypublisher.com/index.php/tpls/article/view/010910511061/3629)
  5. Rashel, Md. Mostafa (2012), Standard Colloquial Bengali and Chatkhil Dialect: A Comparative Phonological Study, The Journal of Language in India (Volume 12: 1 January 2012, ISSN 1930-2940) India.
    http://www.languageinindia.com/jan2012/chatkhildialect.html

 

Books:

  1. Murshed, Sikder Monoare & Rashel, Md. Mostafa (2008), Pre-Primary School (PPS) Text Book for Hajong and Garo Language, Oxfam GB, Bangladesh. (http://www.infokosh.bangladesh.gov.bd/files/4/886.pdf)
  2. Murshed, Sikder Monoare & Rashel, Md. Mostafa (2008), Pre-Primary School (PPS) Text Book for Patro and Khasi Language, Oxfam GB, Bangladesh. (http://www.infokosh.bangladesh.gov.bd/files/4/886.pdf)
  3. Murshed, Sikder Monoare & Rashel, Md. Mostafa (2008), Pre-Primary School (PPS) Text Book for Santali and Sadri Language, Oxfam GB, Bangladesh. (http://www.infokosh.bangladesh.gov.bd/files/4/886.pdf)
  4. Rashel, Md. Mostafa (2010).  Analysis of the Chatkhil Dialect in Noakhali District, Bangladesh. Verlag Dr. Muller publishing house, Germany, ISBN 978-3-639-30162-5.  Accessible at : https://www.morebooks.de/store/gb/book/analysis-of-the-chatkhil-dialect-in-noakhali-district,-bangladesh/isbn/978-3-639-30162-5

Conference Papers & Participations:

 

  1. “A Grammar of Tripura – A Summary of current PhD Research” HUSS Higher Degree Research (HDR) Conference 2016 at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia (06 December 2016).
  2. Participated in Conference on “The Machine in the Garden – Literature, Language and Technology in English Studies” held at Department of English, Daffodil International University. Dhaka, Bangladesh. (September 19, 2015)
  3. Participated in International conference on “Tertiary Education: Realities & Challenges”, held at Daffodil International University (DIU), Dhaka, Bangladesh. (January 19 – 21, 2013)

• Language Documentation (Endangered Indigenous Language)
• Morphosyntactic Typology
• Endangered Indigenous Language & Language Planning
• Psycholinguistics (Human Language Accusations)
• Sociolinguistics (Socio-language Components)

  1. Received a Scholarships for excellent result in M.A. from the University of Dhaka
  2. Received Scholarship from the U.S. Department of State for the E-Teachers Training course of English for Specific Purposes (ESP)Best practices with the Department of Linguistics, American English Institute (UO AEI), University of Oregon. USA
  3. La Trobe University Full Fee Research Scholarship (LTUFFRS) 2016, LTU, Australia
  4. La Trobe University Postgraduate Research Scholarship (LTUPRS) 2016, LTU, Australia

 

  • Member, Linguistics Society of America (LSA), USA
  • Member, U.S. Department of State Exchange Alumni Association
  • Member, Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE), Netherlands
  • Member, DocLing Alumni Association, TUFS, Japan
  • Member, Dhaka University Alumni Association, Dhaka
  • Life Time Member, Linguistics Society of Bangladesh, University of Dhaka
  • Life Time Member, Registered Graduate Students, University of Dhaka

 

  1. Worked as an Assistant Professor of English, Department of English at Daffodil International University. (01 January 2013 to 30 June 2016)
  2. Worked as a Senior Lecturer of English, Department of English at Daffodil International University. (01 April 2011 to 31 December 2012)
  3. Worked as a Lecturer of English, Department of English at Daffodil International University. (01 October 2009 to 31 March 2011)
  4. Worked as a Lecturer of English Linguistics, Department of English at Bangladesh University. (01 August 2009 to 30 September 2009)
  5. Worked as an Associate of Dr. Sikder Monoare Murshed, to complete rest of the part of SAMAKALIN BANGLA BHASHAR ABHIDHAN (A Dictionary of Contemporary Bengali Language) Compiled and Edited by Abu Ishaque. Bangla Academy; Dhaka, Bangladesh. (08 September 2008 to 31 May 2009)
  6. Worked as a Research Associate of Dr. Sikder Monoare Murshed, Development of New PPS Textbook for Patro and Khasi Language, Oxfam GB, Bangladesh. (30 Jun 2008 to 26 August 2008)
  7. Worked as a Research Associate of Dr. Sikder Monoare Murshed, Development of New PPS Textbook for Hajong and Garo Language, Oxfam GB, Bangladesh. (10 May 2008 to 25 Jun 2008) 
  8. Worked as a Research Associate of Dr. Sikder Monoare Murshed, Development of PPS Textbook for Santali and Sadri Language, Oxfam GB, Bangladesh. (09 April 2008 to 05 May 2008)