Md. Saiful ISLAM

Research Interest:

  • Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Education and Policy, Education Economics and Development

Education:

  • Research Student, Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GSICS), Kobe University (Expected: March, 2019)
  • Master of Agricultural Economics (Production Economics), Bangladesh Agricultural University, (2009)
  • Bachelor of Agricultural Economics, Bangladesh Agricultural University, (2007)

Experience:

  • Scientific Officer (On study leave), Socioeconomic Research Division, Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute, Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock, the People`s Republic of Bangladesh (September 2012-Present).
  • Scientific Officer, Agricultural Economics Division, Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute, Ministry of Agriculture, the People`s Republic of Bangladesh (January-September 2012).
  • Enumerator, Agricultural Economics Division, Bangladesh Rice Research Institute, Ministry of Agriculture, the People`s Republic of Bangladesh (October 2009-January 2010).
  • Research Assistant, Bureau of Socioeconomic Research & Training, Bangladesh Agricultural University, (August 2008-September 2009).
  • Enumerator, Bangladesh Agricultural University Research System, Bangladesh Agricultural University (December 2007-February 2008).

Training:

  • Training program on “Biological Data Analysis Using Open Source R Software” organized by Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute held on 21-25 June 2018.
  • Training program on “Environmental Valuation & Assessment of Climate Change on Agriculture” organized by Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology Division (AERS) of  Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council (BARC), held on 18-22 March 2018.
  • Training program on “Application of Statistical Methods for Analysing Data by STATA” organized by Interdisciplinary Centre for Food Security (ICF), Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh held on 08-13 August 2017.
  • Training workshop on Data Management for Household Survey Organized by the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) in collaboration with Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh.
  • In Country Workshop on “Participatory Varietal Selection” Organized by the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) in collaboration with Bangladesh Rice Research Institute (BRRI) Supported by GCP, BMG, and BMGF-STRASA Projects.
  • Training course on Monitoring, Evaluation and Impact Assessment of Agricultural Projects held at BARC Complex, Farmgate, Dhaka-1215 organized by the Project Coordination Unit (PCU), National Agricultural Technology Project (NATP): Phase-1.
  • Training workshop on Research Proposal Preparation and Scientific Report Writing organized by Krishi Gobeshona Foundation (KGF) under KGF BKGET Fund, during 09-13 February 2013.
  • Training on “Livestock Research and Development Methodology” organized by Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute, held on during 22-26 February 2013.
  • Training program on “Selected Software Tutorial for Econometric Analysis” organized by Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology Division (AERS) of  Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council (BARC), held on 25-29 May 2014.
  • Training on “Govt. Service Rules and Office Management” organized by Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute, held during 08-12 March 2015.
  • Training program on “Analysis of Productivity and Efficiency” organized by Faculty of Agribusiness Management, Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, held on 06 April 2015.
  • Training program on “Financial and Economic Profitability of Agricultural Enterprises” organized by Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology Division (AERS) of  Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council (BARC), held on 8-12 November 2015.

Publications:

Book:

  • S Islam and A Mustafa (2017) “RMG Sector and Livelihood Change of Women Employees of Bangladesh” LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany. ISBN: 978-3-330-08738-5.

Article:

  • M Khatun, S Islam, M Ershaduzzaman, HMS Islam, S Yasmin, A hossen and M Hasan. Economic Impact of Newcastle Disease on Village Chicken-A Case of Bangladesh. Journal of Economics and Business, Vol.1, no.3, pp.358-367.2018. DOI: 10.31014/aior.1992.01.03.33.
  • S Islam, M Khatun and FA Huda. Protection and Comparative Advantage of Milk Production through Rearing of Cross-Bred Dairy Cattle in Bangladesh: A policy Analysis Matrix. Journal of Social and Political Sciences, Vol.1, no.3, pp. 393-401, 2018. DOI: 10.31014/aior,1991.01.03.29.
  • S Islam, M Khatun, M Ershaduzzaman, MA Khan and S Yasmin. Climate Change, Livestock Production and Income Vulnerability-Bangladesh Perspective. African Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, Vol.1, no. 1, pp. 1-12, 2018.
  • S Islam, TN Nahar, J Begum, GK Deb, M Khatun and A Mustafa. Study on Consumers’ Behavior on Buffen (Buffalo Meat): Marketing Parepective. Journal of Food Research, Vol. 7, no. 2 (2018): 77-85. Doi: 10.5539/jfr.v7n2p77. 107.2018.61.32.40.
  • S Islam, TN Nahar, J Begum, M Khatun and MI Hossain. Marketing and Financial Analysis of Milk Production-A Value Chain Perspective. Journal of Asian Development Policy Review, Vol. 6, no. 1(2018): 32-40. Doi: 10.18488/journal. 107.2018.61.32.40.
  • S Islam, J Begum, MI Hossain, and M Khatun.  Marketing of Live Poultry in Northwest of Dhaka City –A Value Chain Analysis. American Journal of Food and Nutrition, Vol. 5, no. 1 (2017): 28-40. Doi: 10.12691/ajfn-5-1-4.
  • S Islam, TN Nahar, J Begum, GK Deb, M Khatun and A Mustafa. Economic Evaluation of Buffalo Production in some selected regions of Bangladesh. Journal of Stock and Forex Trading, Vol. 6, Issue 1 (2017). Doi: 10.4172/2168-9458.1000177.
  • S Islam, J Begum, NR Sarker, M Khatun and A Mustafa. Socioeconomic Impact of Dairy cum Fodder Farming in Some Selected Areas of Bangladesh. International Journal of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences, 2016, Vol. 1, Issue. 5, 1-10.
  • A Mustafa, MS Islam, S Islam and M Khatun. Impact of RMG Sector on Livelihood Change of Women Employees of Bangladesh. Journal of Social and Economic Geography, Vol. 2, no. 1 (2016): 1-10. Doi: 10.12691/seg-2-1-1.
  • R Khatun, S Ahmed, A Hasan, S Islam, A Uddin and MS Mahmud. Value Chain Analysis of Processed Poultry Products (Egg and Meat) in Some Selected Areas of Bangladesh. American Journal of Rural Development, 2016, Vol. 4, No. 3, 65-70. Doi: 10.12691/ajrd-4-3-2.
  • MT Uddin, K Akhi, J Begum, S Islam and MM Khatun. A socioeconomic analysis of GO-NGO versus self-managed dairy farming in two districts of Bangladesh. Bang. J. Anim. Sci. 2014. 43 (3): 232-241.
  • S Islam, J Begum, NR Sarker and M Khatun. Cost-Return Analysis of Fodder Production in Selected Areas of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Livestock Research, volume -20, No-01 (Jan-June), 2013, 54-67.
  • S Islam, J Begum, NR Sarker and M Khatun. Income Status of Different Fodder Farmers in Selected Areas of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Livestock Research, volume -20, No-02 (July-Dec), 2013.
  • S Islam, M Akteruzzaman and B Uddin. Effects of IBBL (Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited) Investment on Rice Processing as an Agro-processing Business in Some Selected Area of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Political Economics. Volume 26, No. 1, June-2010, 251-261.
  • S Islam, M Akteruzzaman, M Rahman and F Yasmin. Rice Husking as an Agro-Processing Business in Some Selected Area of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Extension Education. Volume 20, No 1&2, 79-89, 2008.

Academic Associations:

  • World Poultry Science Association (WPSA)
  • Bangladesh Agricultural Economist Association (BAEA)
  • Krishibid Institution Bangladesh (KIB)
  • Bangladesh Economist Association (BEA)

Academic Conference Presentation:

  • S Islam, “Value chain Analysis of Milk and Comparative Advantage of Milk Production in Bangladesh”.  The 4th International Exhibition & Seminar on Dairy, Aqua and Pet-2018, 8-10 March. Venue BICC, Sher-E-Bangla Nagar, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • S Islam, “Climate Change, Livestock Production and Income Vulnerability-Bangladesh Perspective”. Review of Socioeconomic Research Program of NARS Institute, Venue BARC Conference Hall, 27 June 2018.
  • S Islam, “Economic Impact of Newcastle Disease in Village Chicken in some Selected Areas of Bangladesh”. The Annual Research Review Workshop, Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute, 06-07 December 2017.
  • S Islam,Study on economics of fodder production in relation with dairy cattle rearing in some selected areas of Bangladesh”. The 4th International Conference of Bangladesh Society for Animal Production Education and Research (BSAPER), Syed Nazrul Islam Conference Hall, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh, 6th May 2017.
  • S Islam, “Value chain Analysis of Milk and Comparative Advantage of Milk Production in Bangladesh”. Review of Socioeconomic Research Program of NARS Institute, Venue BARC Conference Hall, 02 June 2016.
  • S Islam, “Economic Evaluation of Buffalo Production in some selected regions of Bangladesh”. Review of Socioeconomic Research Program of NARS Institute, Venue BARC Conference Hall, 02 June 2016.
  • S Islam, “Value chain Analysis of Milk and Comparative Advantage of Milk Production in Bangladesh”. The Annual Research Review Workshop, Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute, 02-04 November 2016,
  • S Islam, “Economic Evaluation of Buffalo Production in some selected regions of Bangladesh”. The Annual Research Review Workshop, Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute, 02-04 November 2016.
  • S Islam, “Marketing and Value chain Analysis of Live Poultry in Savar Upazila”. Review of Socioeconomic Research Program of NARS Institute, Venue BARC Conference Hall, 16 June 2015.
  • S Islam, “Marketing and Value chain Analysis of Live Poultry in Savar Upazila”. Annual Research Review Workshop, Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute, 17-18 June 2015.
  • S Islam, “Fodder Production and Marketing System in some selected areas of Bangladesh”. Annual Research Review Workshop, Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute, 18-19 June 2014.
  • S Islam, “Fodder Production and Marketing System in some selected areas of Bangladesh”. Review of Socioeconomic Research Program of NARS Institute, Venue BARC Conference Hall, 26 June 2014.
  • S Islam, “Impact Assessment of GO-NGO interventions on dairy farming vis-à-vis self-managed dairy farming in some selected areas of Bangladesh”. Review of Socioeconomic Research Program of NARS Institute, Venue BARC Conference Hall, 26 June 2014.

Language/Skills:

  • Bengali (Native), English (Fluent).
  • STATA, SPSS, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point).

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