Department of Development Studies
Mr. Md. Niamot Ali  Lecturer
Name :
Mr. Md. Niamot Ali
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Department of Development Studies
Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences
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Masters of Arts in Sociology
Department of Sociology,
South Asian University, New Delhi, India.

Masters of Social Science in Development Studies
Department of Development Studies,
University of Dhaka.

Bachelor of Social Science in Development Studies
Department of Development Studies,
University of Dhaka.

1.3 years in teaching and research in Bangladesh.

Bangladesh Studies, Governance and Development, Sociology, Anthropology, Development Economics, NGSs and Development.


  1. Enayet, Niamot Ali & Sultana, Nayeem (2012). The contribution of Economic Remittances on Sustainable Human Development: A Study in Sonargaon, Bangladesh, Manpower Journal, New Delhi, Vol. XLVII, Nos. 2-4, pp. 62-74.
  2. Ali, Md. Niamot (2018). South Asian Peace and the Role of Big Brothers in Rohingya Crisis. South Asian Fraternity, New Delhi, pp.15-21.


  1. The Testimony of Sixty- on the crisis of Rohingya`s in Myanmar (2017). Centre for the Study of Genocide and Justice, Liberation War Museum, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  2. The Rohingya Genocide: Compilation and Analysis of Survivors` Testimonies (2018). Centre for the Study of Genocide and Justice, Liberation War Museum, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 Newspaper Articles:

  1. Enayer, Niamot Ali (2013). Role of remittances in sustainable human development in Bangladesh, The Daily Sun, 31stDecember 2013,
  2. Enayet, Niamot Ali (2014). Mohakhali flyover: No respite for commuters as yet, The Financial Express, 22nd March 2014,
  3. Enayet, Niamot Ali (2015). Impact of Climate Change on Tourism, The Financial Express, 7th February 2015,
  4. Enayet, Niamot Ali (2016). Women`s Participation in Agriculture, The Financial Express, 18th March 2016,
  5. Enayet, Niamot Ali (2017). Challenges of ensuring quality higher education, The Daily Star, 9th February 2017,
  6. Enayet, Niamot Ali (2017). Higher Education and Sustainable Development in South Asia, 7th March 2017, South Asian Monitor, New Delhi, India.
  7. Enayet, Niamot Ali (2017). Sustainable Urban Planning for Dhaka, The Daily Sun, 9th March 2017.
  8. Enayet, Niamot Ali (2017). Revisiting Tagore`s Legacy of Asianism, The Daily Observer, 7th May 2017.
  9. এনায়েত, নিয়ামত আলী (২০১৬) বিশ্বসাহিত্য কেন্দ্রের ‘পাইন গাছ’, সাপ্তাহিক,

Conference Paper:

  1. Enayet, Niamot Ali (2018). Why Industrial Employment is the only Key to Rural Employment and Development? A Sociological Study from Sonargaon, Bangladesh, International Conference on South Asian Sociology and Beyond, 19-20 January 2018, Department of Sociology, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  2. Enayet, Niamot Ali (2017). Totalitarianism and State-Manufactured Identity Crisis among the Rohingya Communities in Myanmar- A Study from Cox`s Bazar, Bangladesh, International Conference on "Refugees in the Public Imagination: Discourse of (Dis) location and (Dis) placement", 22-23 December 2017, Department of English and Humanities, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB), Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  3. এনায়েত, নিয়ামত আলী (২০১৭) “ভারত প্রশ্নে রবীন্দ্রনাথ ও গান্ধী” নামে শিরোনামে প্রবন্ধ খামখেয়ালী সভার ৪৭তম আয়োজনে উপস্থাপিত হয়েছে ২২ ডিসেম্বর ২০১৭, খামখেয়ালী সভাস্থ ঢাকা কার্যালয়ে।

Workshop/ Seminars: 

  1. Attended training program on Teachers` Training Program (TTP) organized by Daffodil International University from 6-10 January 2019 at Banquet Hall, Daffodil Tower, DIU.
  1. Attended training program on Teachers` in the 21st Century organized by the General Educational Development (GED) from 9-14 August 2018 at Banquet Hall, Daffodil Tower, DIU.
  1. Participated on the certificate course titled Documenting Conflict-Related Sexual Violence among the Rohingya jointly organized by UN Women and Institute for International Criminal Investigations (IICI) held at National Human Rights Commission, Dhaka from 20-22 March 2018.
  1. Participated on the certificate course titled Foundation Training on Journalism for the journalist of Dhaka organized by Press Institute of Bangladesh (PIB) held at PIB from 17-19 December 2017.
  2. Participated workshop on Nayi Dishayein: Rethinking Development organized by Sambhaavnaa Institute of Public Policy and Politics from 21-31 December 2015 at Palampur, Himachal, India.
  3. Participated certificate workshop on the Role of Constitution in Nation Building organized by Democracy Watch and an association with American Center from March-April 2014 at 15, Eskaton Garden Road, Dhaka.
  4. Participated certificate workshop on Genocide and Justice organized by Centre for the Study of Genocide and Justice, Liberation War Museum, Bangladesh from 17-25th December 2014 at Proshika HRDC, Manikganj.
  5. Participated International exchange program titled JENESYS 2.0 Program organized by Japan International Cooperation Centre (JICE) and the Government of Japan from 9-16 December 2013 at Tokyo and Nagasaki, Japan.

Sustainable Development, Remittance, Migration, Rohingya, Education, Nationalism, Ethnicity, Community Development, Cultural Studies.

  1. President Scholarship for the First position in the entrance exam in South Asian University for MA Sociology program for the year of 2015-2017.  
  2. Exim Bank Scholarship for the year of 2010-2013.
  3. Genius Scholarship program funded by the Center for Zakat Management for the year of 2010-2013.
  4. Best Volunteer Award 2013 by Volunteers Association for Bangladesh (VAB).
  5. The 1st Prize winner of “Lions Service Week 2012” an essay competition on “Child First in Service”, organized by Lions Clubs International, Bangladesh.
  6. Biswa Sahito Kendro Certificate for reading books (special categories), 2006-2007 sessions.
  7. Perfect Attendance Certificate, 2006-2007 from Notre Dame College, Dhaka.
  1. Founding Member: Khamkheyali Sabha Trust, Rabindranath Tagore based literary non-profitable organization.
  2. Research Volunteer: Centre for the Study of Genocide and Justice, Liberation War Museum, Dhaka.
  3. Founding Member: Bhumi Foundation, a non-profitable organization.
  4. Volunteer: Bishwa Sahitto Kendra, a non-profitable organization working on developing reading habit across the country.

Lecturer (Contractual)
Department of Development Studies
Faculty of Humanities and Social Science (FHSS)
Daffodil International University
Duration: January 2018 to December 2018.

Research Assistant
Summative Learning Project 2017
Master of Public Health
BRAC James P Grant School of Public Health,
BRAC University, Dhaka.
Duration: 19th November 2017 to December 2017.

Community Organizer
Bishwo Sahitto Kendro, Dhaka.
Duration: May 2016 to June 2016.
Research Assistant
Momoda Foundation, Dhaka.
Duration: September 2014 to June 2015.

Research Assistant
Innovation for Poverty Action (IPA), Dhaka.
Duration: March 2014 to April 2014.

Research Assistant (Intern)
Oxfam GB, Dhaka.
Duration: September 2013 to December 2013.

Field Inspector (Special)
Bishwa Sahitto Kendra, Dhaka.
Duration: October 2012 to December 2014.

Field Facilitator (Part-time)
Volunteers Association for Bangladesh (VAB), Dhaka.
Duration: March 2011 to July 2014.