Publish Date : 15th February, 2020

4th UIU ICSD- Program Schedule








9:30 -11:00 AM

Inaugural Ceremony

Venue: Multipurpose Hall, UIU

Welcome & Introduction: Professor Dr. Hamidul Huq, Director, IDSS and Convener, 4th UIU-ICSD 2020
Chair: Prof. Dr. Chowdhury Mofizur Rahman, Vice Chancellor, United International University.
Chief Guest: Ms. Charlotta Schlyter, Ambassador, Embassy of Sweden in Bangladesh


Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jeroen Frank Warner, Associate Professor of Disaster Studies,

Research Coordinator, Sociology of Development and Change, Social Sciences Group,

Wageningen University, The Netherlands.


Guest of Honor:  Ms. Catharien Terwisscha van Scheltinga, Wageningen University and Research, the Netherlands


Refreshment & Networking 11:00 – 11:30 AM




     11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

                                                        Plenary Session

                                          Venue: UIU Multipurpose Hall


Bangladesh Delta Plan: Issues and Strategic options for Coastal Zone and Barind Hotspots towards sustainability


Chief Guest: Prof. Dr. Shamsul Alam, Member (Senior Secretary), General Economics Division, Bangladesh Planning Commission


Chair: Prof. Dr. M. Monowar Hossain


Keynote Speakers:  Prof. Munsur Rahman, IWFM, BUET (on Hotspot -Coastal Zone)

Malik Fida A Khan, CEGIS (on Hotspot – Barind Tract)

Discussants:    Dr. Liakath Ali, Brac

Mr. Tapas Ranjan Chakraborty, Oxfam in Bangladesh

Dr. M. A. Quassem


Lunch Break 1:00 – 2:00 PM











Date: February 18, 2020

Time: 2:00 – 3:30 PM

    Parallel Session – 1
      Room No. 722 Room No. 723 Room No. 724 Room No.725
Theme: Green Cities and Human Settlement Theme: Climate Change Adaptation Theme: Health and Well-being Theme: Theme: Sustainable Delta Management
Chairperson: Dr. Mostafizur Rahman, CAMPE


Chairperson: Dr. Taibur Rahman,

Deputy Chief, Ministry of Planning

Chairperson: Prof. Syeda Deena Huq, BUP Chairperson: Dr Stijn Reinhard of Wageningen UR
1. Analysis of the Impact of Urban Wetland on Urban Temperature Based on Remote Sensing Technology in Rajshahi City Corporation (RCC).

Md. Masudur Rahman, Abdullah Al Noman Prince, Md Mamun Hossain

1. The Indigenous Knowledge system as Adaptation strategies against Climate Change Impact on Agriculture: A Review of some worldwide Case Studies

Sabiha Ahmed Diba

1. An Evaluation of the Impact of Body Mass Index on Academic Performance and Living in a Residential Facility among Undergraduate University Students

Zaima Sultana Promy, Afroza Hossain Misty,  Anamika Sheikh, Khondaker Mohammed Mohiuddin Ekram

1. Management of Wetland Ecosystems for Sustainable

Delta Management

Anusree Ghosh, Tapas Ranjan Chakraborty


2. Improvement of Urban Tourism: Analyzing the factors and network of transportation planning for visitors in Chattogram, Bangladesh.

Anik Gouala , Nandita Banik

2. Status of climate-smart practices in boro rice cultivation at Sylhet sadar upazila for climate change adaptation

Goutam Paul, Mohammad Samiul Ahsan Talucder

2. Effect of VGF Derived Bioactive peptide TLQP-21 on expressions of AMPK, PKA, PKC AND HSL in SH- SY5Y Cells.

Md. Shamim Akhter, Jesus Rodriguez Requena

2. Making Delta Knowledge Accessible – Developing a Knowledge app for the Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100

Md. Mostafizur Rahman , Catharien Terwisscha van Scheltinga , K.H. Razimul Karim


3. An Insight into an Eco-friendly Smart City: A Step towards Achieving Urban Sustainability in Dhaka

Nihal Ahmed, Ashfaq Ahmed, Muntasir Mamun

3. Crop Selection for climate change adaptation: a study on Koyraupazila of Bangladesh

Ahsan Aziz, Md. Hafiz Iqbal

3. Factors Associated with Primary and Maternal Healthcare Services Accessibility and Utilization by

Rural Dwelling Bangladeshi Women: A Literature Review

Sanjoy Kumar Chanda

3. Climate Service for Sustainable Agricultural

Practices in the Lower Ganges Delta Bangladesh

Uthpal Kumar, Saskia Werners, Dilip Kumar Datta and Fulco Ludwig

4. Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Features of a Building: Comparison of BNBC and LEED.

Arafat Alam

4. Forecasting of Climate Scenario, Rainfall, Sunshine & Humidity: An Application of Climate Model

Sujan Rudra, Arpita Datta

4. Sketching ‘Good Health and Wellbeing’ among Van-pullers in Kushtia District

Shishir Reza

4. Adaptive approaches for exploring community livelihood adaptation as uncertainty in Adaptive Delta Management

Umme Kulsuma, Jos Timmermans, M. Shah Alam Khan, Wil Thissen

5. Evaluating Service Performance of Community Bus Service of Dhaka: A Case Study of Dhaka Chaka

Md. Musfiqur Rahman Bhuiya,

Nidalia Islam, Hossain Mohiuddin

5. Indigenous Knowledge for Climate Change Adaptation

Ferdousi Khatun


5. Fighting Aedes Aegypti: Government Initiatives against 2019’s massive outbreak of Dengue in Bangladesh.

Mehedi Shahnewaz Jalil,  Sharmin Sultana

5. Food security in deltas in the future: assessing sustainable demand and supply of water for food

Judit Snethlage, Mohammed Abdur Rashid, Catharien Terwisscha van Scheltinga

6. Using EVs to create Green cities in Bangladesh: The case of Rajshahi

Shepard Zvigadza, Noor Elahi

6. Indigenous People’s Adaptation Practices to Cope against Drought: A Case Study of Niamatpur Upazilla of Naogaon District, Bangladesh

Anika Ibnath, Tasnim Zafar Khan, Nilufa Akhtar

6. Professional Health Risks of Blacksmith workers in Bangladesh

Md. Hasib, Md. Nazmul Hassan, AH Towfique Ahmed

6. The transfer of Dutch Delta Planning expertise to Bangladesh: A process of policy translation

Shahnoor Hasan, Jaap Evers, and Margreet Zwarteveen


7. Assessment of Monthly and Seasonal Variation of Particulate Matter Concentration in the Air of Sylhet City, Bangladesh

Ashudeb Kumar Kundu, Ahmad Kamruzzama Majumder, Md. Sahadat Hossain and Marziat Rahman

7. Climate Action Planning: Positive Impact of Local Football Club in Tackling Climate Change and its influence on the Football Development (Case Study – Persis Solo Football Club)

Fakhri Naufal Azhar , Nizar Fauzan

7. Impacts of Air Pollution on Lung Function: A study on Rickshaw Puller in Dhaka City

Ahmad Kamruzzama Majumder, Md. Sahadat Hossain, Abdullah Al Nayeem and William S. Carter

7. Assessment of Livelihood Vulnerability in Mahanadi Delta ( Odisha, India) under the Changing Climate

Somnath Hazra, Tuhin Ghosh




8. Solid Waste Scenario Assessment in Mirpur: Using GIS

Erina Tasneem Ropa

8. Aspect of Climate Change Adaptation

Indu Mapati

8. Identifying the food habits associated with breast cancer in Bangladesh

Mst. Farzana Akter

9. Community Participatory Approach for

Infrastructure Sustainability – An Assessment of Kodikamam Point Pedro Road Renovation

Raveendran S, Sivakanthan S

9. Sustainability of adaptation interventions financed by the Bangladesh Climate Change Trust (BCCT): a review

Syed Mahbubur Rahman

9. Health and Nutritional status among adolescents in selected slims of Dhaka City

Afsana Kona

Tea Break 3:30-4:00 PM



Parallel Session- 2

Time: 4:00- 5:30 PM


  Parallel Session – 2
Room No. 722 Room No. 723 Room No. 724 Room No. 725
Theme: Green Cities and Human Settlement Theme: Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security Theme: Health and Well-being Theme: Sustainable Livelihoods
Chairperson: Hasan Ashraf

Assistant Professor, Anthropology, Jahangirnagar University

Chairperson: Dr. Mohammed Ariful Islam,

Professor, BAU

Chairperson: Dr. Khondaker Abdullah Al Mamun, Associate Professor, UIU Chairperson: Dr. Khalid Hossain, Economic Justice Resilience Programme Manager, Oxfam in Bangladesh
10. Seismic Performance Investigation of Sustainable Rooftop Cultivation System for existing residential Building in Dhaka

Md. Abdul Khaled, Fahmida Akter Sumi, Mirza Mohmmed and Ahmed Shadman Rafid

1. Farmer Collectives for Enhanced Income Through Maize Value Chain: A Case Study on Swakrushi Farmer Producer Company Limited, Telangana State in India

Challuri Babu, Dr. Sri Krishna Sudheer and V. Usha Sree

10. Climate Change impacts on Human health in European Union Regions

Kousik Das Malakar

1. Small Holding Tea Cultivation and Massive Social Lifestyle Changes through Self-employment: A Social entrepreneurship Model

Mohammad Sujoun Lasker, Liza Mithila Dio, Sazzat Hossain , Sahinur Rahman , Md. Nurul Islam

11. Assessment of pedestrian environment in Dhaka using modified Pedestrian Environmental Quality Index (PEQI

Md. M. Mamun, Md. I. Sadmani

2. Sustainability assessment of ecological and conventional systems of agriculture in the southern part of Bangladesh based on environmental, economic and social aspects

Liza Akter Papya, Aklima Akter

11. The impact of climate change on children’s heath: A case study on Mirpur 12 in Dhaka city

Saima Bintay Sultan, Ibrahim Khalil Akash

2. Local Communities Perception towards tourism development in ShalbanVihara

Kaniz Fatema


12. Impacts of Urbanization on Land Cover Pattern in Bangladesh: A Downscaled Approach for Chuadanga District

Shahanur Mahfuza, Md. Sahadat Hossain and Mahmuda Islam

3. Revamping Agro-Economy of Bangladesh through Innovative Asset-Based Financing (ABF)

Mohammad Jalal Uddin

12. Full Sanitation Coverage in rural Bangladesh through Max Healthy Villages

Riad Imam Mahmud


3. Assessing household livelihood vulnerability to climate change and natural hazards of a coastal municipality of Bangladesh: Application of the Livelihood Vulnerability Index (LVI)

Anjum Tasnuva, Muhammad Mainuddin Patwary, Md. Riad Hossain

13. The Increased AQI of Dhaka City and its Partial Solution through Rooftop Gardening: An Urban Perspective

Ashfaq Ahmed, Nihal Ahmed, Maliha Tabassum


4. Influence of number of seedlings per hill on the performance of boro rice varieties

Sushan Chowhan, Md. Imdadul Hoque, Shampa Rani Ghosh, Majharul Islam, Md. Babul Akter, Rigyan Gupta, Md. Sefaur Rahman, Farid Ahmed, Md. Tanjilur Rahman Mondal, Mahmud Al Noor

13. Health Risk Assessment and Heavy Metals Pollution status of Surface Water in the Downstream of Karnaphuli River

Md. Foysal Hasan, Md. Nur-E-Alam, Mohammed Abdus Salam

4. Exorbitant Shrimp Cultivation Inhibiting Agro Based Livelihoods in Mongla Upazila of Bangladesh

Mirza Md Tasnim Mukarram, Mohammad Abdul Karim Khan, Jannatul Ferdous , M Tauhid Ur Rahman and Nabila Nawshin

14. Towards Sustainable Housing: Evaluation of Government Projects in Dhaka City and Way Forward

Abdulla Al Masud, Dr. Dilara Zahid

5. Vermicomposting of different organic materials by epigamic earthworm Eiseniafetida

S Ali and MA Kashem

14. Physicians and the Healthcare sector of Bangladesh

Kazi Sabir Mahmud



5. Socio- Economic aspects of

Sustainable palm oil- a case of

farmers’ well-being in Palm oil


Sai Ashish Yadaveni

15. Design of Green & Sustainable tall Buildings for self-sustaining Electricity generation using Solar panels in Bangladesh

Mainur Murshi Turr, Mirza, Md Tasnim Mukarram

6. Soil Erosion Estimation of Their Dam Catchment in Uttarakhand, India

Suman Das, Gourav Nain, S.K.Bandooni, V.S. Negi

  6. Evaluating The Livelihood Status

of Senior Citizens in Bangladesh

Md. Zarif Rahman

16. Local Warming Triggered by Wetland loss in Dhaka City

Jannatul Ferdous, Mirza Md Tasnim Mukarram, Mohammad Abdul Karim Khan and Nabila Nawshin

7. Assessment of Biochar from Waste for Soil Amendment

Shooha Tabil

  7. Sustainable Livelihood amongst rural women through ICT Equipment in Bangladesh

Md. Mizanur Rahman

17. A Time Series Analysis of Land Use/Land Cover Change with Impact on Land Surface Temperature

Samrin Fatema and Dr. Abhishek Chakrabarty

8. A Framework regarding future research on climate change, drought and food security in Bangladesh

Shihab Ahmad Shahriar, Mohammed Abdus Salam

  8. Rural livelihood and Mangrove degradation: A Sustainable cases study of Namkhana Block, West Bengal, India

Kousik Das Malakar

    9. Volunteerism and Sustainable Community Development: Promoting Corporate and Citizen Responsibility

Iftekhar Amin





Date: February 19, 2020

Time: 9:30 – 11:00 AM


Parallel Session – 3
Room No. 722 Room No. 723 Room No. 724 Room No. 725 Room No.628 (Smart Room)
Theme: DRR: Inclusive Resilience


Theme: Gender and Development Theme: Ecology and Biodiversity

Theme: Youth and Green Society

Theme: Green Economy Theme: Poverty Alleviation


Chairperson: Dr. Mohammad Najmul Islam, Pabna University of Science and Technology Chairperson:

Dr. Rokeya Khatun, Consultant, ADB

Chairperson: Dr. Haseeb Md. Irfanullah Chairperson: Prof. Dr. AHM Golam Azam, Dean, School of Business and Economics, UIU

Chairperson: Professor William H. Derrenger, School of Business, Canadian University of Bangladesh

1. Disaster Management Notion of the Father of Bengali Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman: The Emergence of Independent of Bangladesh

Rasel Biswas, Md. Shamsuzzoha, Shaibur Rahman Mollah, and Md. Rasheduzzaman

1. Analysis of women participation in the Local government and the development of gender based

rights in Bangladesh

Md. Riyaz Uddin, Fajilatun Nesa

1.  An Assessment of the Ecosystem Services of a Reserved Mangrove Ecosystem in Bangladesh

Considering Changing Climate: A Geo-Spatial and Statistical Approach

Maksudul Islam, Md. Tariqul Islam, Dr. Ahmed Parvez

1. Propagating Resilience Livelihood through Design Strategy: Urban Redevelopment in Asadganj Commercial Area & Restoration of Chaktai Canal, Chattogram

Anik Gouala, Nandita Banik

1. The Importance of Empowerment of Indigenous Woman for Poverty Eradication in Bangladesh: A Critical Approach to the Existing Gaps in the Legal Framework

Adity Rahman Shah


2. Community Resilience in Disaster Risks Management and Policy Implications in Bangladesh

Dr. S. M. Alauddin


2. Women Empowerment and Reproductive Health in Bangladesh

PialiDey Bristi,  Amrita Das Anna, Mohammed Amran Hossain, Mohammad Ohid Ullah

2. An assessment of Ecosystem Services and Disservices of Urban area: A case study on 19 20 23 wards of Khulna City Corporation

Md. Mahir Labib Chowdhury, M. M. Hasan

2. External Debt Management and Sustainable Economic Growth: A Perspective Bangladesh

Ashiqur Rahman, Morsheda Begum Munia, Dr. Md. Akther Uddin

2. Black pepper (Piper nigrum) based homestead agro forestry in north-eastern Bangladesh: a promising option for poverty alleviation

Mohammad Samiul Ahsan Talucder, Md. Kamrujjaman

3. Integration of Urban Rain Water Harvesting Method as Fire Reserve in Fire Sprinkler System: A Study in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Md. Sazzadul Haque

3. Women’s Career Progression in Construction Sector in Bangladesh: An Overview

Mahiratul Jannat

3. Scrutinizing the archetype of the settlement morphology of Mru Community in Bandearban, Bangladesh.

Mohammad Ahasanul Yousuf Emon, Samia Afroz Ema

3. Risk assessment of water consumption in Bangladeshi tanneries

MeemMuhtasim Mahdi, Jahid Hasan Jiban , Minhazul Abedin

3. The Impact of Microcredit in Poverty Alleviation: An Empirical Study on NGOs of Rangpur District in Bangladesh

Mitaly Rani Sarkar, Md. Monowar Uddin Talukdar, Farzana Arshi

4. Demographic Determinants of Disaster Preparedness Behavior among the Inhabitants of South West Bangladesh

Shahana Akter and MdMujibor Rahman

4.The Importance of Empowerment of Indigenous Woman for Poverty Eradication in Bangladesh:

A Critical Approach to the Existing Gaps in the Legal Framework

Adity Rahman Shah

4. Conserving Agricultural Lands through Transfer of Development Rights in Dhaka: A Case Study of SavarUpazila

Md. Ashraful Islam, Shahnawaz Hoque, Md. Muntasir Mamun

4. An Analysis of the Changes in the Carbon Intensities of the Industrial Sectors of Bangladesh Using the STIRPAT Model

Shakila Aziz

4. An approach for sustainable livelihood for the ultra-poor in crisis due to Rohingya influx

Upoma Mahbub


5. An assessment on awareness of urban fireincidents in Dhaka: Through future policy makers’ views

Syeda Atia Ashraf

5. An Approach to Analyze the Women Employees’ Right under Bangladeshi and Indian Labor Laws

S. M. Mamun – Bin – Alam

5. Lack of Open Space and its Effects on Lifestyle ofAdolescents in Dhaka City

Prof. Dr. M. Shafiq-Ur Rahman, A. Z. M. Solaiman Muhit

5. Perception of Event Management Company towards Green Event: A Study on Selective Event Management companies in Bangladesh

Rehnuma Sultana Khan , Sharmin Sultana

5. Profession of Begging: A social Stigma Working as Catalyst in Poverty Alleviation in Bangladesh

Nusrat Jahan


6. Evaluation of Disaster Management policy and perspective in India and Bangladesh

S. Satheesh

6. Effects of Social Capital and Human Capital on Sustainability of Women’s Rights in the Workplace: An Empirical Study of RMG

Industry in Bangladesh

Mohammed Jaynal Abedin, Shammi Akter

6. Evaluating the Determinants of Consumer Purchase Behavior of Organic Food by University Level Students in Bangladesh

SarkerRafij Ahmed Ratan, Dr. HuamHoon Tat, Ts. Dr. Ahamd, Shaharudin Abdul Latiff

6. Integration of informal recycling into formal waste management sector of Dhaka: An assessment of environmental and socio-economic aspects

Moushumi Zahur

6. Shifting Magnitude of Migration and Poverty in India: Linkages and Policy Implication

Praveen Naik Bellampalli, Roopesh Kaushik 

7. Assessment of cyclone disaster risk reduction approaches of Chittagong city, Bangladesh

Moushumi Zahur

7.Rural Household Disaster Preparedness: A Cross- sectional Study of Gender-based Disaster Preparedness in Subarnachar, Noakhali, Bangladesh

Md. Shakhawat Hossain, Arifur Rahman

7. Ecological Risk Assessment and Heavy Metals Pollution status of Surface Sediments in the Downstream of Karnaphuli River

Md. Nur-E-Alam, Md. Foysal Hasan, Mohammed Abdus Salam 

7. Is Compulsive Buying an Impediment to Sustainable development? A Maqasid al Shari’ah perspective

Sakera Begum, Md Akther Uddin, S M Shahidul Alam

7. Poverty alleviation from Bangladesh

Chowdhury Razia Rasul

8. Emergency Management of Landslide Risk at the Hilly Areas of Chattogram City Corporation Using GIS & RS

Md. Shamsuzzoha, Md. Rasheduzzaman, Malay Dey and Ayesha Akter

8. Women Entrepreneurship on Wheels

Md. Mahiul Kadir


8. The negative impacts of the Foreign plant Species on the Rural Ecosystem of Bangladesh

Ferdousi Khatun

8. Can Waqf play a role in achieving Sustainable Development Goals for Bangladesh?

Md Akther Uddin, S.M. Belal Nur Azizi and Md Hakim Ali

8. Poverty Alleviation in Nilphamary District

Abdirahman Afaraale


9. Application of GIS and Remote sensing in Flood Disaster Management in Bangladesh: A Review

Sabiha Ahmed Diba

    9. The Role of Cell Phone in Poverty Reduction in Rural Bangladesh

Suchismita Roy

           Tea Break 11:00 – 11:30 AM









Parallel Session- 4

Time: 11:30 AM- 1:00 PM


     Parallel Session 04
Room No. 722 Room No. 723 Room No. 604 Room No. 724 Room No.725
Theme: Disability and SDGs Theme: Coastal Zone Management Theme: Governance and

Sustainable Development


Theme: Governance and

Sustainable Development


Theme: Integrated Water Resources Management
Chairperson: Mr. Monsur Ahmed Chowdhury


Chief Guest: Aroma Datta, MP


Key Note Speaker: Shafiqul Islam, Country Director, ADD

Chairperson: Dr. Aminul Haque, Principal Scientific Officer, WARPO Chairperson:

Dr. M A Quassem, Former DG, WARPO, President,

Netherlands Alumni Association – Bangladesh.





Opening by Prof. Dr. Hamidul Huq, UIU


Chairperson: Dr. Jeroen Frank Warner, Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands


Key Note Speaker: Zobair Hasan, Researcher, DORP & CSO Steering Committee Represtative of SWA, South Asia.

‘Budget Tracking and SDG-6’


Discussant: Kamrun Nahar, Staff Reporter, The Financial Express


Discussant: Md. Alamgir Hossen, Deputy Director & Focal point, SDG Cell, Bangladesh Bureau Statistics (BBS)


Chief Guest: Sayeda Rubina Akter Mira, Member of Parliament, Bangladesh



Chairperson:  Dr. Sara Nowreen, Assistant Professor, IWFM, BUET
1. Barriers to Disability Inclusive Disaster Management: The Views of Disability Oriented INGOs in Bangladesh

Mahfuza Aktar, Abu Nayeem Md Shakib

1. Socio-Economic Impacts of Salinity affectation: A Survey among the people of Bagerhat District

Khadiza Tul Kobra Nahin, Sumaiya Binte Islam, Rafiul Alam

1. Sustainable development and climate change: Evaluation of GO-NGO activities

Karisma Amjad

1. Integrity In Schools’ Water & Sanitation: Experience and Way forward

Dr. Tareq Alam, DORP

1. Prospective of Rainwater Harvesting as an additional option for integrated water resources

system in Dhaka

Md. Mehrajul Maiyan, Rizwan Saleheen & Nafis Islam

2. Community Driven Disability inclusive Urban DRR

Mahinur Rahman

2. Analysis of Sustainable Disaster Management Process in Coastal Zone of Bangladesh

Farzad Hossain, Md. Ashrafuzzaman Miah

2. Voluntary reporting, sustainable reporting and transition economy

Mofijul Hoq Masum, Dr. Ahmed Razman Abdul Latiff ,

Dr. Mohammad Noor Hisham Osman

2. WASH Governance and Sustainable Development Goals.

Mr. S.M.A. Rashid, Executive Director, NGO Forum


2. Exploring Effective Methods of Awareness Building on Water Security: A Hydro-Social Approach

Md. Rasheduzzaman, Md. Shamsuzzoha, Rayhan Ahmed and Ayesha Akter

3. Empower People with Down syndrome: Bangladesh


M. R. Jewel

3. Spatial analysis of Land use / Land cover and Change Detection Using GIS and Remote Sensing: a case study of Nijhum Dwip, Bangladesh

Fahad Hossain Haider, Mohammad Ismail Hossain

3. The Analysis of developing corporate practices in designing Environmental Accounting Systems for sustainable development

Farzana Arshi, Md. Monowar Uddin Talukdar

Closing Remarks by Chairperson 3. Status of water safety among water supply users at Patuakhali municipality area of Bangladesh

Md. Shamsuzzoha,Tapos Kormoker, Md. Rasheduzzaman, Ayesha Akter

4. Salinity Intrusion in Coastal Area of Bangladesh: Change in Crop Production System

Nabila Nawshin, Jannatul Ferdous, Mirza MdTasnim Mukarram, Mohammad Abdul Karim Khan

4. Energy Governance and Sustainable Development: The South Asia Scenario

Dr. Anju Lis Kurian


  4. Assessment of Seasonal Variation of Water Quality in Buriganga River

Ahmad Kamruzzama Majumder, Md. Sahadat Hossain, Syed Istiyak Ahmed, Md Nasir, Ahmmed Patoary and Abdullah Al Nayeem

5. Downscaled Drought Assessment in the Northern Part of Bangladesh

Mahmuda Afroze, Md Sahadat Hossain

5. Proceeding Sustainable Development at the Local Level in Bangladesh: a study on Gopalganj Sadar Upazila

Pronita Dutta, Ima Sultana Charu, Md. Nasir Uddin

  5. Best Practice Methodology for Shadow Water Pricing in Bangladesh: A Critical Review

Benzir Huq Mou , Sarazina Mumu  and Engr. Motaleb Hossain Sarker

  6. Quantification of Heavy Metals in Coastal Sediments: A case study on the Coastal District of Bhola, Bangladesh

Niger Sultana, Shamima Akther Eti, Mohammed Abdus Salam

6. Challenges and Sustainability of e-governance effort: a study on service to citizen at local level

Saudia Hossain

  6. Measuring Water Adequacy in the Slums of Khulna City: Defining meaningful Indicators

Afroza Hossain Misty, Md. Manjur Morshed

  7. Effectiveness of Union Parishad from Citizens Perspectives: An evidence of Jalma Union

Nafisa Anjum

  7. Vulnerability Assessment of Groundwater in a coastal aquifer: A case study in Bagerhat District

KhadizaTul Kobra Nahin, Rony Basak, and Rafiul Alam

  8. Universities’ Social Responsibility (USR) & Sustainability: Lessons from Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in Bangladesh

Prof. Dr. Ahmad Kamruzzaman Majumder, Md. Rabiul Kabir, Samina Huq

  8. Assessment of ground water (GW) potential zone in Dhaka city: A GIS and Remote sensing approach

Md Hasib, Iqbal Kanon, Md Sahadat Hossain and Mahmuda Afroze

Lunch Break 1:00 – 2:00 PM








  Day 2- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2020




Time: 2:00-3:30 PM

Plenary Session

Venue: Room No. 628 (Smart Room)


                                     Assessment of sustainable delta management


The Plenary Session will be organized by William Oliemans, Team Leader Joint Cooperation Programme Bangladesh – the Netherlands, Deltares, Netherlands, and Dr. Farhana Ahmed, Senior Specialist, CEGIS, supported by colleagues of the Joint Cooperation Programme Bangladesh – the Netherlands   





   Conference Closing Session

Venue: Multipurpose Hall, UIU





4:00-5:00 PM

 Chair:  Professor Dr. M. Rezwan Khan, Director, Institute for Advanced Research (IAR), UIU


C   Closing Speaker: Dr. Saleemul Huq, Director, ICCCAD, Independent University of Bangladesh


 Guest of Honor: Professor Raj Kumar Mittal, Vice-Chancellor, Chaudhary Bansi Lal University


 Special Guest: Arjan Budding, Programme Leader Sustainable Water Management,

Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands.


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