Profile of Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah

Profile of Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah

Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah
Assistant Professor
Institute of Social Welfare and Research
Institutes
Email: moin522@du.ac.bd
Phone: +88-2-01720675817
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Short Biography:

This is Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah, teaching at the Institute of Social Welfare and Research, University of Dhaka since 2010. My primary interset is teaching and research. Last 12 years I have served the university in different capacities such as Lecturer, Assistant House Tutor, Batch Teacher, Assistant Professor and Assistant Proctor. As a faculty, my major responsibilities are teaching, supervising field practicum and research, conducting and participating in seminar and workshop, maintaining discipline and rules of the students, and organizing different co-curricullam activities for students and teachers. Currently, I am carrying out my Ph.D. research on Workforce Development and Dementia Care in Bangladesh: Policy Learning from the Scottish Context with the Alzheimer's Scotland Centre for Policy and Practice (ASCPP) in the School of Health and Life Sciences at the University of the West of Scotland, UK.

Degree Name Group/Major Subject Board/Institute Country Passing Year
Post Graduate Diploma Disaster Management University of Dhaka Bangladesh 2010
Masters Social Welfare University of Dhaka Bangladesh 2003
Bachelor Social Welfare University of Dhaka Bangladesh 2002
Award Type Award Title Year Country Description
National Professor Ayesha Noman Memorial Gold Medal 2006 Bangladesh For Obtaining Highest Marks in MSS final Examination in Social Welfare in 2003
Research Interest
Subject Description
Social welfare, Industrial Relations, Gerontological Studies and Disaster Management

Internationalization of Social Work Education and Practice, Industrial Relations and Labour Law, Labour Welfare, Human Rights, Social Development, Demography, Gerontology and Geriatric Welfare, Dementia Care and Workforce Development Policy Learning, Social Research and Disaster Management.

Project/Research Supervision
Level of Study Title Supervisor Co-Supervisor(s) Name of Student(s) Area of Research Current Completion
No project/research supervision is found
Project/Research Work
Subject Project Name Source of Fund From Date To Date Collaboration
Challenges and Prospects of Labor-Management Relations in the Export Oriented Ready-Made Garments (RMG) Industry: A Study in Bangladesh the Bangladesh University Grants Commission (UGC-B), Scholarship the Bangladesh University Grants Commission (UGC-B), 01-07-2018 the Bangladesh University Grants Commission (UGC-B), Ministry of Education
Intersection of Reproductive Health and Mental Health of RMG Female Workers in Bangladesh the PROKASS (Proshikkhan, Kaj,and Sommonnay Shangstha) the PROKASS (Proshikkhan, Kaj,and Sommonnay Shangstha) 01-09-2016 01-01-2017 partner with SNV, Netherland
Current Status of Labour Welfare in the Export Oriented Ready-Made Garments (RMG) Industry in Bangladesh the Bangladesh University Grants Commission (UGC-B), Scholarship the Bangladesh University Grants Commission (UGC-B), 01-06-2015 01-07-2017 the Bangladesh University Grants Commission (UGC-B), Ministry of Education
Human and Socio-Economic Security of Women Workers in the RMG Sectors: A Study on Bangladesh the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), Planning Division 01-06-2014 01-07-2015 Planning Division, Ministry of Planning
Quality Primary Education in Bangladesh: Perceptions of Teachers and Guardians the Bangladesh University Grants Commission (UGC-B), Scholarship the Bangladesh University Grants Commission (UGC-B), 01-01-2013 31-12-2013 the Bangladesh University Grants Commission (UGC-B), Ministry of Education
Rural- Urban Migration in Bangladesh: Causes and Remedies the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), Planning Division 01-01-2009 01-01-2010 Planning Division, Ministry of Planning
Invited Talk
SL Invited Talk
No invited talk is found
SL Collaboration & Membership Name Type Membership Year Membership Expire Year
1 The Higher Education Dementia Network (HEDN), UK Participant 2011
2 The Scottish Dementia Research Consortium ( SDRC), UK General Member 2010
3 The Alzheimer Society of Bangladesh ( ASB) Volunteer 2010
4 Bangladesh Council for Social Work Education ( BCSWE) Executive Member 2007
Title Organization Location From Date To Date Description
Assistant Proctor University of Dhaka Dhaka 18-12-2017 28-11-2019

Responsible for the discipline and conduct of students within the University campus outside the Halls

Assistant Professor University of Dhaka Bangladesh 05-03-2014 Currently Working Teaching, Supervising and Conducting Social Research on Different Issues
Lecturer University of Dhaka Bangladesh 03-01-2010 04-03-2014 Teaching, Supervising and Conducting Social Research on Different Issues
Lecturer Jagannat University Bangladesh 11-08-2007 02-01-2010 Teaching, Supervising and Conducting Social Research on Different Issues
Upazila Rural Development Officer (URDO), The Bangladesh Rural Development Board(BRDB) Bangladesh 10-09-2006 12-09-2006 Working with the Rural Poor People for their Socio-economic Development
Journal Article
1
Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah and DR Md. Ashraful Alam : Situation of Social Compliance in the Readymade Garment (RMG) Sectors of Bangladesh : An Overview, The Journal of Social Development, vol.30, no.01 pp.137-150, June -2019 .
2
Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah : Ageing Problem, Situation and Services in Bangladesh, Bangladesh Journal of Geriatrics, vol.50-52, no.Joint Issue pp.74-90, 2017 .
3
Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah : Human and Socio-Economic Security of Women Workers in the Ready Made Garment Sector of Bangladesh, The Journal of Social Development, vol.28, no.01 pp.169-187, 2016 .
4
Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah : Problems and Prospects of Industrial Social Work Practices in the Ready Made Garments Industry of Bangladesh, Bangladesh Journal of Social Work, vol.02, no.01 pp.49-62, 2016 .
5
Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah : Teachers-Guardians’ Perceptions about Quality Primary Education and School Social Work in Bangladesh, Bangladesh Journal of Social Work, vol.01, no.01 pp.103-112, 2015 .
6
Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah and Subarna Shirin : Role of National Women Development Policy in Women Empowerment of Bangladesh: Problems and Prospects, Empowerment, , Women for Women, vol.22, no.01 pp.63-68, 2015 .
7
Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah : Living Pattern of Riksha Puller in Dhaka Mega City: A Study (Bangla, The Journal of Social Development, vol.27, no.01 pp.53-80, 2015 .
8
Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah : Causes and Remedies of Rural–Urban Migration in Bangladesh, The Journal of Social Development, vol.26, no.01 pp.187-212, 2014 .
9
Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah : The Livelihood Pattern of Older Person in Slum Area: A Study on Dhaka Cit, Bangladesh Journal of Geriatrics, vol.49, no.01 pp.30-46, 2014 .
10
Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah and Subarna Shirin : Health Status of Hazardous Child Labor in Leather Industry: A Study in Dhaka City, Bangladesh Research Foundation Journal, vol.01, no.02 pp.01-16, 2012 .
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Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah and Sawlat Hilmi Zaman : An Empirical Study on the Effectiveness of NGO Intervention in Rural Women Development in Bangladesh, The Eastern University Journal, vol.04, no.01 pp.100-113, 2011 .
12
Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah and Sawlat Hilmi Zaman : Socio-Economic Security of Female Garment Workers in Bangladesh: An Empirical Study, Journal of Business Administration, vol.35, no.03-04 pp.83-103, 2009 .
13
Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah and SK. Saifur Rahman : People’s Participation in Disaster Management: Bangladesh Perspective, BUBT Journal, vol.02, no.01 pp.91-101, 2009 .
14
Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah and Mohammad Mahmudul Hasan : The Worst Forms of Child Labour and Its Impact: Bangladesh Perspective (Bangla), The Journal of Social Development, vol.21, no.01 pp.38-62, 2009 .
15
Mohammad Mainuddin Mollah,, Sawlat Hilmi Zaman, and Md. Jahangir Alam : Working and Living Conditions of Worst Forms of Child Labour: A Study (Bangla),, The Dhaka University Pattrika,, vol.83-84, no.Joint Issue pp.129-156, 2005-2006 .