Department of Business Administration
Professor Dr. Syed Mizanur Rahman  Professor
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Professor Dr. Syed Mizanur Rahman
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Department of Business Administration
Faculty of Business & Entrepreneurship
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02-8130864, Ext- 65509

M.Sc. in Economics from Jahangirnagar University, M.A. in Drama from Rabindra Bharati University, India and Diploma in film direction from National Institute of Film and Fine Arts (NIFFA), Trained Social Therapist from East Side Institute, USA.

India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Cambodia, South Korea, UAE, Austria, Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland, USA, Brazil, Zambia, Canada, Australia and so on with organization, community, institutions and universities.

Business Communication, Development Communication, Health Communication, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Managerial Economics, Art of Effective Living, Ethics and Human Development.

Books, scripts  and Reports:

  • “Aloor Pothe Amra” – Team member of a curriculum on adolescent reproductive health, complementary reading materials for schools. Published by Population Council Dhaka.
  • “Amader Sarkar” – 104 episode radio program 30 each written during 2005-6 for radio Bangladesh.
  • Over 15 stage drama script written on building awareness on tolerance, social harmony, health education, economic literacy and so on.
  • Over 5 film script and film produced on different social issues.
  • “Community Counseling for Mother”- Joint writer with Dr. Delwar Hassain. Published by ICDDR’B and Govt. of Bangladesh.
  • “How Norwegian Development Co-operation in Culture with Bangladesh Can Contribute to Poverty Reduction.” A study report published by Royal Norwegian Embassy, Dhaka
  • Final Evaluation Report of PRESEP/HASAB or Promoting Rights of the Extreme Socially Excluded People that includes sex workers, drug users, HIV+, MSM and transgender. Published by MJF/DFID during 2007.
  • Mid term Evaluation Report of Harmonize the Actions against inequalities and Oppression of Rights (HAOR) project published by MJF/DFID during 2008.
  • Final Evaluation Report on "Promotion of Human Rights Status of the Outcaste or Untouchable Communities in South-western Bangladesh." published by MJF/DFID during 2010.
  • “Credit Slavery” – On going research, publications and motivational activity around the world.

Conference Papers: 

    • School of Margin: A Theatre based alternative schooling for marginalized community at 6th ICAAP, Melbourne, 2001
    • Interactive Video for Awareness (IVA) at Trading Cultural Conference, UK 2002.
    • Paper entitled “How Theatre Can be Utilized for Research Education and Empowerment” at Synergy Art, Health and Design World Symposium, Sydney, 2003.
    • Paper entitled “The way theatre is used for the benefit of sex workers in Bangladesh" at International Theatre of the Oppressed Organization, Netherlands.
    • “Theatre for Tolerance Education”- Series of workshop organized by Earth Project, Vancouver and Simon Fraser University, Canada during 2003-2006.
    • Joining at the Global conference on gearing macroeconomic policies to reverse HIV/AIDS epidemic as a panelist was held in Brasilia, Brazil from 20-21, November 2006.

“Psych-economic Therapy”- accepted for presenting in the performing the world conference, 30 October-02 November 2010, USA

Development Economics, Poverty and Health, Development Communication.

Primary & Junior Scholarship, Indian Council for Cultural Relation( ICCR) for MA and Doctoral Course in Drama, East Side Institution Scholarship for Post graduation on Social Therapy( 11 month Course in New York)

  • Member: Creative Exchange UK.
  • Life member: Bangladesh Economic Association
  • Life member: Jahangirnagar Economic Association, JU
  • East Side Institute Alumni, USA
  • Enlisted “A” grade Performer for BTV and Radio Bangladesh.
  • Working Group Member, International AIDS conference 2010, Vienna, Austria.
  • Member, International Organizing Committee, Performing The World Conference, Sep 30-Oct 3, 2010, New York, USA

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