Department of Nutrition and Food Engineering
Ms. Nasima Akter Mukta  Assistant Professor
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Ms. Nasima Akter Mukta
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Department of Nutrition and Food Engineering
Faculty of Allied Health Science
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Ph D in Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (1st part completed)
Department of Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Dhaka University.

Master of Science In Organic Chemistry, 1995
University: Jahangirnagar University
Position: 1st Class (3rd)

Bachelor of Science In Chemistry, 1994
University: Jahangirnagar University
Popsition: 1st Class (10th)

  1. Participated in a workshop on “Workshop to enhance academic writing abilities” on 16th July, 2019 at DIU.
  2. Participated in a workshop on "Teaching Research & Professional Development” from 21st July to 25th July, 2019 at DIU.
  3. Attended a session with VC on "Questioning Question" on 27th May,2019 at DIU.
  4. Participated in a training session on “Course repository development in Moodle” on 27th March, 2019 at DIU.
  5. Attended a research-based training on Electrospinning and Electro-spraying at E-Spin Nanotech Private Ltd, Kanpur I IT, India for five days (10th September to 14th September) under a project granted by UGC as a Research Associate (PhD student, Department of Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering)
  6. Blended Learning Training Session; 16-20th April 2018; Blended Learning Center, Daffodil International University.
  7. Training on use, maintenance and trouble shooting of High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC); 23-29 December 2017; The 67th training program of NITUB , at Bangladesh Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (BCSIR)
  8. Workshop on ‘Technology for Education’; May 26, 2017; HRDI, Daffodil International University 
  9. Training on Employability Skills Development (October’2016-June’2017), Scottish qualification Authority; HRDI, Daffodil International University; JOBSBD, Bangladesh Skill Development Institute.
  10. Seminar on ‘The challenges for Professionals in the 21st Century’ (May 16, 2017) Daffodil International University and
  11. Training course on ‘Statistical Package for Social Sciences (May, 2016); HRDI, Daffodil International University
  12. Participatory Engaging Teaching Training (May, 2015), Daffodil International University.
  13. Two weeks training program arranged by Kemin International Technologies (India) Pvt Ltd on different chemical analysis (October, 2003), Kemin International Technologies (India) Pvt. Ltd.

Physical, Inorganic and Organic Chemistry,  Biochemistry, Instrumental Methods of food Analysis, Research Methodology, Sensory Evaluation.

  1. Evaluation of Fuel Properties of Sal (Shorea robusta) Seed and Its Oil from Their Physicochemical Characteristics and Thermal Analysis. (Journal of Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects, Taylor & Francis; 8th June 2020)
  2. Eco-Friendly Goat Skin Preservation: An Approach for TDS, Salinity Reduction in Tannery Waste Water. (Journal of Ecology & Natural Resources; volume 3, no. 5, December, 2019)
  3. Kinetics study on dried Moringa oleifera leaves during sun drying, multi commodity solar tunnel dryer drying and oven drying. (Malaysian Journal of Halal Research Journal (MJHR) 2019, Volume 3, Issue 1)
  4. Mass spectrophotometric observation of the probable compounds from Taxux baccata Linn. (European Yew) (Dhaka University Journal of Applied Science and Engineering, DU; Volume 4; No. 2, January 2019]
  5. A Simple and feasible approach to determine the fiber, moisture and ash content in Konjac flour produced from local Amorphophallus konjac. (Journal of Allied Health Sciences, Volume 3; DIU)
  1. Engaged in research on ‘Characterization and Modification of Sal (Shorea robusta) Seed Oil for the Preparation of Quality Soapfunded by Ministry of Science and Technology 2016-2017.
  2. Engaged in research on ‘Preparation of electro spun core-sheath nanofibers from poly (lactic acid)-collagen polymers and their biomedical applications’ under joint supervision of Dr. Papia Haque, Associate Professor, Department of Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, University of Dhaka and Dr. Samina Ahmed, Principal Scientific Officer, IGCRT. funded by UGC 2016-2017.
  3.  “Chemical Investigation on the Leaves and Twigs of Taxus Baccata” (as part of Masters Program)
  • Awarded “Teaching Practice- Excellence” in the category of Head’s Award 2020.
  • A project on ‘Graft copolymerization of poly vinyl alcohol onto poly lactic acid and use of the graft copolymer for preparation of electrospun fibers’ funded by UGC as a Research Assistant (student of Ph D program); 2016-2017
  • A project funded by Ministry of Science and Technology on ‘Characterization and Modification of Sal (Shorea robusta) Seed Oil for the Preparation of Quality Soap as an Associate Investigator. 2016-2017
  • Awarded Fellowship from Ministry of Science and Technology as a Young Researcher in the year 2001 and 2002.

Lecturer, Department of Chemistry, Mohammad Pur Central University College. A-Level Chemistry teacher, Dhanmondi Tutorial.