Dr. Asim Das is currently working as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Special Education, Institute of Education and Research (IER), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. As soon as he completed his graduation from University of Dhaka in 2003, he joined Directorate of Primary Education as an Education Officer (Teacher Training) under Ministry of Primary and Mass Education (MoPME). After two years of civil service he was awarded the Monbukagakusho (MEXT) Scholarship of Japanese Government in 2008 for higher study. He attended reputable Hiroshima University and completed his PhD in Education in March 2013 with excellent academic performance. Afterward, Dr. Asim was appointed as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Educational Development in Graduate School of International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University for one year. Then being awarded a MEXT-funded Post-Doctoral Fellowship he worked as a Research Fellow in the same university. Then he left Japan in 2014 to contribute in educational development field of his own country. During his doctoral study, he also worked as an English Language Teacher at an elementary school in Hiroshima for three years and was nominated for International Cultural Fellowship from two different organizations. Apart from study in Japan, Dr. Asim has travelled to China, India, Thailand, South Korea, Vietnam, Philippines, Italy, Malaysia, France and Indonesia for academic and professional purposes. He has presented his research works in several international conferences in different countries and has published a good number of research articles in different national and international journals. He conducted various research projects including program baseline, program intervention and evaluation of United Nations University, UNESCO, Unicef, ADB, Plan International, Handicap International, BRACU-IED, Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP). His areas of interest include Inclusive Education, Special Needs Education, Autism and NDD, Gender, Teacher Education, Curriculum Development, Early Childhood and Primary Education.