Dr. Bentul  Mawa
Dr. Bentul Mawa

Associate Professor Contact No : 01760741977
Email : b.mawa@bau.edu.bd
 
Research Interest:    Gender and (in) equalities in work, Gender relations, Employment relations, Human Resources, Personnel Management, Public Administration, & Education
Ph.D. In Business And Economic Studies    - 2016
University of Leeds
United Kingdom
M. Sc In Human Resource Management    - 2008
University of Manchester
United Kingdom
M. S. S In Public Administration    - 2002
University of Dhaka
Bangladesh
B. S. S (Honours) In Public Administration    - 2001
University of Dhaka
Bangladesh
Total Number:  3
 

1. UGC funded project on ‘Level of Cognitive Learning Outcomes Assessed through Formal Written Examinations in Social Science Disciplines of Public Universities’ (ongoing)

2. PhD research on 'All Stitched up? Labour Process Regimes and Patriarchal Relations amongst Female Garment Workers in Bangladesh'. http://etheses.whiterose.ac.uk/15581/

3. MS research on 'Pay and Reward System in Ready-Made Garment Sector: An Empirical Observation from Bangladesh'. 

Total Number:  9
 
  1. Attended training course on Project Cycle Management on Sustainable Climate Smart Agriculture for Govt. Officials held during 17-21 December, 2019 certified by Graduate Training Institute, Bangladesh Agricultural University and Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations.
  2. Attended training course on Enterprising Teaching Methods held during 22-24 October 2018, certified by University of Twente, The Netherlands and Bangladesh Agricultural University.
  3. Attended training course on Teaching-Learning, Curriculum and Quality Assurance held during 31st January to 4th February, 2016 conducted by the Graduate Training Institute (GTI), Bangladesh Agricultural University with support from HEQEP UGC Sub-Project: 3057.
  4. Attended the Training of Trainers course on Disaster Management held during 16-20 August, 2009 organized jointly by the Rural Development Academy (RDA), Bogra and Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme (CDMP), Ministry of Food and Disaster Management, Government of Bangladesh.
  5. Attended the course on Foundation Training for University Teachers held during 10 May to 02 July, 2009 conducted by the Graduate Training Institute, Bangladesh Agricultural University with support from the University Grants Commission of Bangladesh.
  6. Attended a training course on Project Cycle Management and TAPP Preparation held during June 18 to 22, 2006 organized by Graduate Training Institute, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh-2202, Bangladesh.
  7. Attended a training course on Basic Training Course on Microsoft Office 2000 held from 01 to 31December, 2005 at Center for Environmental and Geographic Information Services (A Public Trust under the Ministry of Water Resources), Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  8. Received training on Gender Orientation held during October 22 to 23, 2003 organized by Department of Women and Gender Studies, University of Dhaka, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh.
  9. Attended Intensive Course in Basic English held during April 26 to July 04, 2002 conducted by the Department of English, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Associate Professor
22 Nov, 2016 -
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Assistant Professor
25 Dec, 2008 - 21 Nov, 2016
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Lecturer
01 Jun, 2006 - 24 Dec, 2008
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Total Number:  10
 
  1. Mawa, B. (2020). Challenging Patriarchy: The Changing Definition of Women’s Empowerment. Social Science Review,
  2. Ali, M. M., Farzana, S, Mawa, B. (2020). Implementation of Course Credit System in Undergraduate Programs of Public Universities in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Extension Education, 32 (1), pp. 47-62.
  3. Ali, M. M., Mawa, B. (2019). Impact of ‘Foundation Training for University Teachers’ Conducted by Bangladesh Agricultural University. Bangladesh Journal of Extension Education, 31 (1 &2), pp. 1-12.
  4. Mawa, B., Haque, M. M., Ali, M. M. (2019). Level of Learning Assessed through Written Examinations in Social Science Courses in Tertiary Education: A Study from Bangladesh. Journal of Teacher Education and Research, 14(1), pp. 7-12.
  5. Islam, S. M. and Mawa, B. (2019). Governance of Disaster Management at the Micro Level: A case of Union Parishad in Bangladesh.  Social Science Journal, 22, pp.103-118.
  6. Mawa, B., Barry, P. and Hossain, F. (2011). Leadership and Gender in Microfinance Institutions: Perspective from Bangladesh, Nepalese Journal of Public Policy and Governance. Vol. xxix (2), pp. 23-41.
  7. Mawa, B. and Ali, M. M. (2008- 2010). Teaching Performance and Personal Attributes of the Faculties of Bangladesh Agricultural University. Bangladesh Journal of Training and Development, Vol. 21-23 (1&2), pp. 1-12.
  8. Karim, S.M. Z., Mawa, B. and Rahman, N. M. F. (2009). Socio-economic Dimensions of Dowry in Rural Bangladesh: Is It a Matrimonial Function?, Society and Change, Vol. III (1), pp. 7-21.
  9. Mawa, B. (2008). Impact of Microfinance: Towards Achieving Poverty Alleviation? Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 5 (9), pp. 876-882.
  10. Ali, M. M., Mawa, B. and Islam, M. M. (2007). Teaching Performance of Public University Teachers of Bangladesh as Perceived by Graduate Students, Bangladesh Journal of Training and Development, Vol. 19-20 (1 & 2), pp. 1-10. 
Total Number:  3
 
  1. Presented paper in the Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change (CERIC) Doctoral Conference held on 13th May 2015 organized by Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds, United Kingdom.
  2. Presented a poster in the White Rose Doctoral Conference held at the University of York, UK in 2014.
  3. Presented poster in Leeds University Business School (LUBS) Annual Doctoral Conference held on 14th June 2012 organized by Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds, UK.
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Title Institution Subject Receipt Date
Second Prize for Poster Presentation The Society for the Advancement of Management Studies; Journal of Management Poster Presentation on “The Influence of Culture and Multinational’s Power on Female Wages in Bangladesh Garment Industry” in the Leeds University Business School 2012
Fully-Funded International Research Scholarships (FIRS) The University of Leeds, UK PhD Studies 2011
Commonwealth Scholarship Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC), UK Masters Studies in the University of Manchester, UK 2007
Maitree Foundation Gold Medal University of Dhaka, Bangladesh Academic Excellence in Honors Degree 2004
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