Alam M, Hossain MK, Bhuiyan MR and Mazumder MS. (2011), “Study on Causes of Child diarrhea in Bangladesh”. Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Technology, IX(1) : 109-112; January 2011
II. Hossain MK, Mazumder MS and Alam M., (2011), “Contraceptive norms, Community Attitudes and Religious Impact on Family Planning in Rural Bangladesh”. Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Technolog, IX (1):061-064; January 2011
III. Akhtar S, Hossain FMA, Siddiqui MSI, Alam M and Islam MN., (2011), “Morphology and Morphometrical studies on Semi lunar Heart valves of Indigenous Cattle (Bos indicus)”. International Journal of Natural Sciences, 1(1):7-11; 2011
IV. Islam MN, Hossain FMA, Akhtar S and Alam M., (2012), “Atrioventricular heart valves of indigenous cattle (Bos indicus): The morphology and morphometry”. Eurasian Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 28(1): 1-4; 2012
V. Khan MM, Alam M and Hossain MK., (2012), “Status of Child Labour in Bangladesh: A Study on Sylhet City” Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Technology, BJPST:10(1) : 097-100; January 2012
VI. Alam M, Bhuia MR, Lovely NS, Hossain MK and Das SK., (2013), “Acute Respiratory Infection and Its Determinants for Bangladeshi Under-5 Children” Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Technology, BJPST:11(1) : 125-132; January 2013
VII. M. Alam, M. Ohid Ullah, Mirajul Islam and M. Shahidul Islam (2017), “Mining the Feed Effects on Five Weeks Old Broiler Chicken” IOSR Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Science (IOSR-JAVS) e-ISSN: 2319-2380, p-ISSN: 2319-2372. Volume 10, Issue 5 Ver. I May. 2017), PP 04-09, www.iosrjournals.org
VIII. N. Pal, M.S. Mazumder, S.Akter, M.A.Khatun and M. Alam, (2017), “Socio Economic Status of the Ethnic Community in Bangladesh: An Analysis Using Socio Economic Index”. IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance (IOSR-JEF), e-ISSN: 2321-5933, p-ISSN: 2321-5925. Volume 8, Issue 3 Ver. II (May-June 2017), PP 92-97
IX. M.M. Shamsuzzaman, A. Hasan, M. Alam, P.P. Barman & A. Harun-Al-Rashid., (2017), “Temporal distribution of shellfish assemblage in the karnaphuli estuary, Bangladesh”. Indian Journal of Geo Marine Sciences Vol. 46(07), July2017, pp. 1486-1492
X. M.A. Iqbal, M.R. Islam, M.J. Bhuiyan, M. Alam, and S. Begum., (2017), “Identification of existing coccidian species in broiler chickens of Bangladesh”. Res. J. Animal, Veterinary and Fishery Sci. Vol. 5(4), 1-4, March (2017)
XI. S.Akter, M.S. Mazumder, N.Pal, M. Alam and M.A. Khatun, “Factors Responsible for the Current Contraception of Khasia Ethnic Women of Sylhet District, Bangladesh”, IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance (IOSR-JEF) e-ISSN: 2321-5933, p-ISSN: 2321-5925.Volume 8, Issue 5 Ver. III (Sep.- Oct .2017), PP 24-31
XII. S. Akter, M. S. Mazumder, M. Alam, N. Pal and M. N. Mozahid, “Reproductive Dimensions of Ethnicity: The Present Situation of Prominent Ethnic Communities of Sylhet District, Bangladesh”, Asian Research Journal of Arts & Social Sciences 4(3): 1-8, 2017; Article no.ARJASS.37142, ISSN: 2456-4761
XIII. N. Pal, M. S. Mazumder, M. Alam, S. Akter and S. Rahman, “Comparative Study of the Predictors of Socio Economic Status between Manipuri and Khasia Ethnic Communities in North Eastern Region of Bangladesh”, Asian Research Journal of Arts & Social Sciences 4(4): 1-8, 2017; Article no.ARJASS.36978, ISSN: 2456-4761
I. Research Assistant, the research project organized by FAO (Food and Agricultural Organization) of UN entitled “Food Security Strategies of the People Living in the Haor Areas: Status and Prospects” funded by USID and EU, December 2008 to October 2009.
II. Sub-project management team member, the research project organized by HEQEP, UGC, CP-3621, entitled “Promoting and Modernization of Teaching Learning Facilities for Newly Launched Agricultural Economics & Business Studies Faculty of Sylhet Agricultural University” funded by World Bank, July 2014 to December 2016.
III. Deputy Sub-project Manager (DSPM), the research project organized by HEQEP, UGC, CPSF-3621 entitled “Promoting and Modernization of Teaching Learning Facilities for Newly Launched Agricultural Economics & Business Studies Faculty of Sylhet Agricultural University” funded by World Bank, May 2017 to September 2018.
IV. Project Investigator (PI), the research project organized by SAU, entitled “Factors affecting on Agricultural production in Hakaloki Haor of Bangladesh” funded by UGC, May 2017 to May 2018.
Principles of Statistics, Probability, Regression Analysis-I, Regression Analysis-II, Theory of Statistics, Survey Methods, Linear Programming (Operation Research), Statistical Inference-I, , Design and Analysis of Experiments-I, Statistical Computing, Demography, Multi-normal & Non-central Distribution, Economic Statistics, Time Series Analysis, Applied Statistics, Stochastic Processes, Non-Parametric Methods, Epidemiology, Sampling Techniques, Econometrics and Research Methodology
Academic Degrees and Qualification:
B.Sc. (Hon’s) in Statistics, Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Sylhet-3114, Bangladesh
M.S. (Thesis Group) in Statistics, Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Sylhet-3114, Bangladesh
PhD (Thesis submitted), Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Sylhet-3114, Bangladesh
Positions and Affiliations:
Role as Reviewer:
Approximate Bayesian inference for a “steps and turns” continuous-time random walk observed at regular time intervals - for the journal PeerJ
Life Member, Bangladesh Statistical Association
Conference contributions (Oral Presentations):
I. M. Alam, M. Ohid Ullah, Mirajul Islam and M. Shahidul Islam., (2017), “Assessing feed effects on serum biochemical parameters of poultry chickens” Proc. paper id:P093, page:372-377 in Proceedings of International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biostatistics for the Agricultural Health and Environment 20-23 January 2017; ISBN: 978-984-34-0996-6
II. M. Alam, M. S. Islam and M. Ohid Ullah, (2017), “Time Dependent Pattern of Body Growth and Lipid Profile of Broiler Chickens Associated with Feeds” Proc. Paper, page 21 in 16th National Statistical Conference on Role of Statisticians in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s), 28-29 July, 2017