Mr. Md. Kamruzzaman (Study Leave)
Mr. Md. Kamruzzaman (Study Leave)
Assistant Professor
B. Sc. Ag.(Hons.), MS in Agricultural Extension Education (BAU), Masters in Development and Rural Innovation (MDR), WUR, Netherlands, PhD (On-going) College of Science, Australian National University
01718262175
kamruzzamanmd.aext@sau.ac.bd
shuvrobau2086@yahoo.com

Peer Reviewed Selected Articles:
  • 1. Kamruzzaman, M., Farouque. M. G. and Rahman, M. H. 2010. Farmers' Knowledge on Flood Coping Strategies: A Study in a Flood Prone Area of Munshiganj District. Bangladesh Journal of Extension Education, 22(1&2):23-30.
  • 2. Kamruzzaman, M., Farouque. M. G. and Rahman, M. H. 2011. Flood Coping Strategies Practised by the Farmers of Lauhajang Upazila in Munshiganj District. J. Environ. Sci. & Natural Resources, 4(1): 19–24.
  • 3. Kamruzzaman, M., Das, A. C. and Islam, M. A. 2013. Risks Faced by the Women Tea Workers to Maintain Livelihood. Bangladesh Journal of Extension Education, 25(1&2):45-51.
  • 4. Kamruzzaman, M., Islam, M. A., Amin, M. R. and Akter, A. 2014. Use of Internet in Higher Education: A Study at Sylhet Agricultural University. J. Syl. Agril. Univ, 1(1):45-50.
  • 5. Akter, A., Islam, M. A., Amin, M. R., Kamruzzaman, M. and Islam, M. M. 2014. Attitude of Rural Women towards Homestead Vegetable Cultivation for Livelihood Improvement- A Study at South Surma Upazila of Sylhet District. J. Syl. Agril. Univ, 1(2):169-174.
  • 6. Kamruzzaman, M. 2015. Farmers’ Perceptions on Climate Change: A Step toward Climate Change Adaptation in Sylhet Hilly Region. Universal Journal of Agricultural Research, 3(2): 53-58. DOI: 10.13189/ujar.2015.030204
  • 7. Kamruzzaman, M., Parveen, S. and Das. A. C. 2015. Livelihood Improvement of Tea Garden Workers: A Scenario of Marginalized Women Group in Bangladesh. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology, 7(1): 1-7. DOI: 10.9734/AJAEES/2015/18690
  • 8. Islam, M. A., Kamruzzaman, M., Akter, A. and Roy, P. C. 2015. Perception of Haor Farmers about the Innovative Features of Floating Farming. International Journal of Natural and Social Sciences, 2(4): 52-58.
  • 9. Kamruzzaman, M., Islam, M. A., Rana, S. and Rashid, M. 2015. Survival Strategies of Female Workers: A Study in a Tea Garden of Bangladesh. Universal Journal of Agricultural Research, 3(5): 150 - 154. DOI: 10.13189/ujar.2015.030502.
  • 10. Islam, M.A., Amin, M.R. and Kamruzzaman, M. 2015. Farmers' Perception about Floating Agriculture As a Means Of Crop Production. Journal Of Communication Studies, XXXIII(2): 28-35.
  • 11. Begum, S., Islam, M.A. and Kamruzzaman, M. 2016. Level of Awareness of Farmers Regarding Environmental Degradation. Journal Of Communication Studies, XXXIV(3):43-47.
  • 12. Islam, M.A., Kamruzzaman, M. and Rokonuzzaman, M. 2017. Communication Behaviour of Haor Farmers in Receiving Information about Floating Farming. Journal Of Communication Studies, XXXV(1): 7-11.
  • 13. Kamruzzaman, M. and Shaw, R. 2018. Flood and Sustainable Agriculture in the Haor Basin of Bangladesh: A Review Paper. Universal Journal of Agricultural Research, 6 (1): 40 - 49. doi: 10.13189/ujar.2018.060106.
  • 14. Kamruzzaman, M., Chowdhury, A., van Paassen, A. and Ganpat, W. 2018. Extension Agents’ Use and Acceptance of Social Media: The Case of the Department of Agricultural Extension in Bangladesh. Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education, 25(2): 132-149. doi: 10.5191/jiaee.2018.25210
Proceeding Papers:
  • 1. Islam, M. A., Amin, M. R. and Kamruzzaman, M. 2015. Technological Gap in Cultivation of Boro Rice of the Haor Farmers. Proceedings of the annual workshop, volume-2 (July 13- June 14), Sylhet Agricultural University Research System (SAURES), Sylhet Agricultural University, Sylhet- 3100, Bangladesh.
Research Interests:
  • Communication for agricultural innovation
  • Climate change resilience
  • ICT & New media for rural development
  • Gender and Development
Academic Degrees and Qualification:
  • 1. Secondary School Certificate (S.S.C.)_Debidwar Reaz Uddin Pilot High School, Debidwar, Comilla, Bangladesh
  • 2. Higher Secondary Certificate (H.S.C.)_Adhyapak Abdul Mazid College, Muradnogor, Comilla, Bangladesh
  • 3. B. Sc. Ag.(Hons.)_Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh
  • 4. MS in Agricultural Extension Education_Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh
  • 5. Masters in Development and Rural Innovation (MDR)_Wageningen University and Research Centre (WUR), Netherlands
  • 6. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)_College of Science, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia_On going
Other Academic, Administrative and Scientific Research Involvements:
  • 1. Co- Project Investigator of a Project entitled: Determination of Technological Gap of Major Crops Grown in the Haor Area of Sylhet District. Duration:, Funded by The Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST), Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh. Duration: July 2013-June 2014
  • 2. Co- Project Investigator of a Project entitled: Farmers' Perception on Floating Agriculture as a means of Crop Production in Some selected Haor Areas of Sunamganj District. Duration:, Funded by Sylhet Agricultural University Research System (SAURES), Sylhet Agricultural University, Sylhet-3100, Bangladesh. Duration: July 2013-June 2014
  • 3. Master Degree thesis entitled: Flood Coping Strategies Practised by the Farmers, Duration: July-Dec, 2010, Department of Agricultural Extension Education, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh.
  • 4. Master Degree thesis entitled: How Do Agricultural Extension Agencies Use Social Media for Strengthening Agricultural Innovation in Bangladesh?, Duration: July 2016 to March 2017, Knowledge, Technology and Innovation Group, Social Science Department, Wageningen University and Research Centre (WUR), Netherlands.
Awards and Recognitions:
  • 1. Merit Award by Debidwar Reaz Uddin Pilot High School Alumni Committee as a recognition to secure first position at the final exam of class/Level IX, Date: 27/05/2000, Bangladesh.
  • 2. Academic Merit Award-2008 by Greater Comilla Society Mymensingh for excellent Academic performances, Date: 04/07/2008, Bangladesh.
  • 3. Honourable Voluntary Blood Donor by BADHAN (A Voluntary Blood Donor’s Organization), Bangladesh Agricultural University Zone. Date:01/08/2010, Bangladesh.
Awards and Scholarships:
  • 1. UQ Science International Scholarship Program, Master of Agricultural Science, Semester-2, 2014. Student ID: 43675517,The University of Queensland, Australia.
  • 2. TUBITAK Graduate Scholarship Program for International Student (2215), Number: 16698286-115.02-4310, Date: 09/01/2015, Turkey (ebys@tubitak.gov.tr).
  • 3. Anne van den Ban Scholarship Fund (ABF), Masters in Development and Rural Innovation (MDR), Wageningen University and Research (WUR), Duration: 2015-2017, Student ID: 860630420130, The Netherlands.
  • 4. Research Training Program (RTP) Stipend Scholarship; by the Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP), for Doctor of Philosophy– Science, Western Sydney University, Australia.
  • 5. ANU University Research Scholarship (International) and ANU HDR Fee Merit Scholarship, for PhD Program at ANU College of Science, Australian National University (ANU), Canberra, Australia.
Professional Memberships:
  • 1. Bangladesh Agricultural Extension Society (BAES).
  • 2. Seed Science Society of Bangladesh.
  • 3. Editorial board member of Journal of Natural Resources and Conservation (duration: 25.08.14 to 24.08.17) http://www.hrpub.org/journals/jour_info.php?id=42
Attended Conferences and Workshops:
  • 1. Biennial Conference on "Food Security in Bangladesh: Challenges for Agricultural Extension Services" on 23- 24 December, 2010 Organized by Bangladesh Agricultural Extension Society (BAES), at Department of Agricultural Extension Education, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh-2202, Bangladesh.
  • 2. Annual Scientific Workshop on 26 January 2015 organized by Sylhet Agricultural University Research System (SAURES), Sylhet Agricultural University, Sylhet.
  • 3. Biennial Conference on "Food Security in Bangladesh: Challenges for Agricultural Extension Services" on 23- 24 December, 2010 Organized by Bangladesh Agricultural Extension Society (BAES), at Department of Agricultural Extension Education, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh-2202, Bangladesh.
Language:
  • 1. Mother tongue: Bengali
  • 2. English- Independent User ( IELTS score-7.0 on 16 December, 2017)
  • 3. Hindi -Efficient in Speaking and Listening