Md. Habibur Rahman

Chairman, SSW

The People's University of Bangladesh

NameMd. Habibur Rahman
DesignationChairman
DepartmentDepartment of Sociology and Social Work
FacultyFaculty of Social Science
E-mailhabibur.rahman@pub.ac.bd
Cell-Phone+880 1712051203
  • Ph.D.
    Social Work
    Jagannath University.
  • M.Phil
    Social Work
    Institute of Social Welfare and Research,
    University of Dhaka.
  • Master of Social Science
    Social Work
    Shahjalal University of Science and Technology.
  • Bachelor of Social Science
    Social Work
    Shahjalal University of Science and Technology.

No information is available right now!!

1. Md. Habibur Rahman as Co-author “Worker-owned Cooperative: Justification of Its Possibilities to the Socio-economic and Entrepreneurial Culture in Bangladesh”, Journal of the People’s University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Vol-5 No-01, ISSN-1812-4747, 2010.

2. Rahman, Md. Habibur, “Children Suffering from Malnutrition in A Slum: A Study Conducted in Sylhet City” has been published in the journal of General Education, Southern University, Bangladesh, ISSN: 2223-4543.

3. Rahman, Md. Habibur “Street and Working Children at Night in Sylhet City: A Study” has been published in the referred journal titled CHILD VISION, Vol: 7, No-4, March 2013.

4. Islam, Mohammad Samiul and Md. Habibur Rahman “The Challenges of Employee Communication Process: It’s Implication in Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB)” has been published in the journal of General Education, Southern University, Bangladesh, ISSN: 2223-4543, Vol: 02, No-01.

5. Rahman, Md. Habibur, Social Exclusion of Transgender: A Critical Review. Journal of the People’s University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Vol-6 No-01, ISSN-1812-4747.

6. Uddin Soyeb and Md. Habibur Rahman, Pre-Cyclone Preparedness: A Case Study of Cyclone Disaster Management in Sandwip, 199, Business Review Bangladesh, Vol-02 No-02, ISSN-2224-1884.

7. Rahman Md. Habibur, “The Functioning of Local Leadership in the Financial Development of Upazila Parishad: A Case Study on Sylhet Sadar Upazila”. Business Review-Bangladesh, Vol-03, No-01, ISSN-2224-1884.

8. Rahman, Md. Habibur, “Vulnerability of the Elderly People: The Context of Bangladesh” Journal of the People’s University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Vol-07 No-01, ISSN-1812-4747.

9. Islam, Mohammad Samiul and Md. Habibur Rahman, “Empowerment, Participation and Leadership in Strengthening Local Government System: A Theoretical Analysis”, Bangladesh Research Foundation Journal, Sylhet, Bangladesh.

10. Md. Akbar Hossain and Md. Habibur Rahman, “Deconstruction of Population, Politics and Environment: Towards Sustainable Development” Asa University Journal.

11. Md. Habibur Rahman as Co-author “Street Children: Survival on the Extreme Margins of Human Life?” International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE), Vol-2, Issue-9, ISSN2349-0373(Print) & ISSN2349-0381(Online).

12. Md. Habibur Rahman and Jesmin Juy, “Mapping the Current Status of Corporate Social Responsibility” published in the ‘Labour’ Journal of the Bangladesh Institute of Labour Studies-BILS.

13. Md. Habibur Rahman, “Vulnerability of Slum Children of Dahaka City: How do they Survive” published in Journal of Social Work & Social Development, ISSN2229-6468, Vol-05, Issues01 & 02 2014. Department of Social Work, Visva Bharati University, West Bengal India.

14. Md. Habibur Rahman and Jesmin Juy, “Corporate Social Responsibility-CSR towards Decent Work and Sustainable Economy: A Study in Bangladesh” published in IBA Journal of Management & Leadership, ISBN 2230-7524, Vol-08, Issue-02, Janaury-June-2017.

15. Md. Habibur Rahman, “ ‘Zakat’ and the National Budget for Social Services in Bangladesh: A Study on Islamic Social Work Perspective” published by Social Work Research Institute of Japan College of Social Work and ARIISW of Shukutoku University, Chiba, Japan, March 2017.

16. MD. Mizanur Rahman and Md. Habibur Rahman “Health Seeking Behavior and Healthcare Access to Married Women in Bangladesh: Encouraging and Discouraging Factors” published in the South Asian Journal of Perspective Participative Development, Vol:16, No-02, July-December, 2016.

17. Md. Habibur Rahman “Rohingya Influx and Potential Role of Social Work: A Study on Cox’s Bazar District” published in the ‘Journal of Social Work and Social Development (JSWSD)’ [ISSN 2229 6468)] in its Volume-08.

18. Md. Habibur Rahman and Professor Dr. Md. Abul Hossen “Traditional Medicinal Practices in the Context of Urban Bangladesh: Issues and Challenges”, published in the Journal of Society & Change, Vol. XI, No.3, July-September 2017, ISSN:1997-1052 (Print), 227-202X(Online).

19. Md. Habibur Rahman, “River Bank Erosion and Its Impact on Livelihood the Victims in Rural Bangladesh” The International Journal of Multidisciplinary Quest, Vol. 02, No. 01, June 2019.

20. Dr. Md. Abul Hossen and Md. Habibur Rahman, “Integrating Traditional Medicine (TM) in the Healthcare System of Bangladesh: Issues and Challenges” Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy and Governance, Farazmand (ed.), Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2021.

21Md. Habibur Rahman, “Mainstreaming Transgender (Hijra) People through Changing Attitude: Bangladesh Perspective”, Journal of the People’s University of Bangladesh, Vol. 09, No.01 &02, 2021.

22. Md. Mansur Ali & Md. Habibur Rahman, “Assessing the Significance of Social Work Practicum and its impact on School Social Work Establishment: A Survey” Community Social Work Practice and Development Journal, Vol-01, No-01, July-Dec 2022, Published March 2023, Pg 81-97.

  • Apr 01, 2022, to Mar 31, 2025 (On-going): Working as PROJECT LEAD for “Accelerating Mental Health Development through Social Work Intervention among Secondary Students” funded by Aikei Love and Grace Welfare Aid Foundation, Japan, which is being implemented by Jugantar Somaj Unnoyan Snagstha-JSUS, Bangladesh.

  • Oct-Nov 2020: Served as a Consultant for two months for a Practical Action/European Union funded project on “Developing Guidelines for Joint Policy Recommendations on Decent Labour Rights of Informal Waste and Sanitation Workers”.
    Under that assignment, I had contributed the following documents:
    a) Guidelines for Occupational Health and Safety of the Informal Waste and Sanitation Workers in Bangladesh;
    b) Policy Brief on Decent Labour Rights of Informal Waste and Sanitation Workers.

  • January 12, 2016, to Present working as Additional Director with Higher Education Quality Enhancement Project-HEQEP funded by The World Bank, coordinated and monitored by University Grants Commission of Bangladesh and Ministry of Education, Bangladesh

  • February 22, 2017, to Present performing as Core Trainer in Quality Education and Research at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh.

  • December 2014 to Present working as Research Associate part time basis with Bangladesh Institute of Labour Studies-BILS located at House # 20, Road # 11(New)/ #32 (Old), Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka-1209.

  • Mid of 2015 to End of 2016 worked as consultant to conduct study on Mapping the Current Status of Corporate Social Responsibility-CSR in Bangladesh: A Study in Bangladesh jointly by BILS and LO-FTF.

  • October-December 2016 worked on ‘Zakat’ and the National Budget for Social Services in Bangladesh: A Study on Islamic Social Work Perspective” project supported by Social Work Research Institute of Japan College of Social Work and ARIISW of Shukutoku University, Chiba, Japan.

  • November-December 2012 worked as consultant for organizational review of Uttara Development Programme Society-UDPS, Bangladesh.
  • MPhil Level Scholarship: Awarded Faculty Scholarship by the University of Dhaka for two years during 2010-2011 as merit scholarship due score merit position first in the batch of ISWR in MPhil.

  • Master’s Level Scholarship: Awarded by the Department of Social Work, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh for one year during 2005-2006 from University Grants Commission for brilliant academic achievement.
  • Graduate Level Scholarship: Awarded by the University, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh for one year during 2003-2004 as merit scholarship due to get first position in the whole batch.
NameMd. Habibur Rahman
DesignationChairman
DepartmentDepartment of Sociology and Social Work
FacultyFaculty of Social Science
E-mailhabibur.rahman@pub.ac.bd
Cell-Phone+880 1712051203
  • Ph.D.
    Social Work
    Jagannath University.

  • M.Phil
    Social Work
    Institute of Social Welfare and Research,
    University of Dhaka.

  • Master of Social Science
    Social Work
    Shahjalal University of Science and Technology.

  • Bachelor of Social Science
    Social Work
    Shahjalal University of Science and Technology.

No information is available right now!!

1. Md. Habibur Rahman as Co-author “Worker-owned Cooperative: Justification of Its Possibilities to the Socio-economic and Entrepreneurial Culture in Bangladesh”, Journal of the People’s University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Vol-5 No-01, ISSN-1812-4747, 2010.

2. Rahman, Md. Habibur, “Children Suffering from Malnutrition in A Slum: A Study Conducted in Sylhet City” has been published in the journal of General Education, Southern University, Bangladesh, ISSN: 2223-4543.

3. Rahman, Md. Habibur “Street and Working Children at Night in Sylhet City: A Study” has been published in the referred journal titled CHILD VISION, Vol: 7, No-4, March 2013.

4. Islam, Mohammad Samiul and Md. Habibur Rahman “The Challenges of Employee Communication Process: It’s Implication in Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB)” has been published in the journal of General Education, Southern University, Bangladesh, ISSN: 2223-4543, Vol: 02, No-01.

5. Rahman, Md. Habibur, Social Exclusion of Transgender: A Critical Review. Journal of the People’s University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Vol-6 No-01, ISSN-1812-4747.

6. Uddin Soyeb and Md. Habibur Rahman, Pre-Cyclone Preparedness: A Case Study of Cyclone Disaster Management in Sandwip, 199, Business Review Bangladesh, Vol-02 No-02, ISSN-2224-1884.

7. Rahman Md. Habibur, “The Functioning of Local Leadership in the Financial Development of Upazila Parishad: A Case Study on Sylhet Sadar Upazila”. Business Review-Bangladesh, Vol-03, No-01, ISSN-2224-1884.

8. Rahman, Md. Habibur, “Vulnerability of the Elderly People: The Context of Bangladesh” Journal of the People’s University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Vol-07 No-01, ISSN-1812-4747.

9. Islam, Mohammad Samiul and Md. Habibur Rahman, “Empowerment, Participation and Leadership in Strengthening Local Government System: A Theoretical Analysis”, Bangladesh Research Foundation Journal, Sylhet, Bangladesh.

10. Md. Akbar Hossain and Md. Habibur Rahman, “Deconstruction of Population, Politics and Environment: Towards Sustainable Development” Asa University Journal.

11. Md. Habibur Rahman as Co-author “Street Children: Survival on the Extreme Margins of Human Life?” International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE), Vol-2, Issue-9, ISSN2349-0373(Print) & ISSN2349-0381(Online).

12. Md. Habibur Rahman and Jesmin Juy, “Mapping the Current Status of Corporate Social Responsibility” published in the ‘Labour’ Journal of the Bangladesh Institute of Labour Studies-BILS.

13. Md. Habibur Rahman, “Vulnerability of Slum Children of Dahaka City: How do they Survive” published in Journal of Social Work & Social Development, ISSN2229-6468, Vol-05, Issues01 & 02 2014. Department of Social Work, Visva Bharati University, West Bengal India.

14. Md. Habibur Rahman and Jesmin Juy, “Corporate Social Responsibility-CSR towards Decent Work and Sustainable Economy: A Study in Bangladesh” published in IBA Journal of Management & Leadership, ISBN 2230-7524, Vol-08, Issue-02, Janaury-June-2017.

15. Md. Habibur Rahman, “ ‘Zakat’ and the National Budget for Social Services in Bangladesh: A Study on Islamic Social Work Perspective” published by Social Work Research Institute of Japan College of Social Work and ARIISW of Shukutoku University, Chiba, Japan, March 2017.

16. MD. Mizanur Rahman and Md. Habibur Rahman “Health Seeking Behavior and Healthcare Access to Married Women in Bangladesh: Encouraging and Discouraging Factors” published in the South Asian Journal of Perspective Participative Development, Vol:16, No-02, July-December, 2016.

17. Md. Habibur Rahman “Rohingya Influx and Potential Role of Social Work: A Study on Cox’s Bazar District” published in the ‘Journal of Social Work and Social Development (JSWSD)’ [ISSN 2229 6468)] in its Volume-08.

18. Md. Habibur Rahman and Professor Dr. Md. Abul Hossen “Traditional Medicinal Practices in the Context of Urban Bangladesh: Issues and Challenges”, published in the Journal of Society & Change, Vol. XI, No.3, July-September 2017, ISSN:1997-1052 (Print), 227-202X(Online).

19. Md. Habibur Rahman, “River Bank Erosion and Its Impact on Livelihood the Victims in Rural Bangladesh” The International Journal of Multidisciplinary Quest, Vol. 02, No. 01, June 2019.

20. Dr. Md. Abul Hossen and Md. Habibur Rahman, “Integrating Traditional Medicine (TM) in the Healthcare System of Bangladesh: Issues and Challenges” Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy and Governance, Farazmand (ed.), Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2021.

21Md. Habibur Rahman, “Mainstreaming Transgender (Hijra) People through Changing Attitude: Bangladesh Perspective”, Journal of the People’s University of Bangladesh, Vol. 09, No.01 &02, 2021.

22. Md. Mansur Ali & Md. Habibur Rahman, “Assessing the Significance of Social Work Practicum and its impact on School Social Work Establishment: A Survey” Community Social Work Practice and Development Journal, Vol-01, No-01, July-Dec 2022, Published March 2023, Pg 81-97.

  • Apr 01, 2022, to Mar 31, 2025 (On-going): Working as PROJECT LEAD for “Accelerating Mental Health Development through Social Work Intervention among Secondary Students” funded by Aikei Love and Grace Welfare Aid Foundation, Japan, which is being implemented by Jugantar Somaj Unnoyan Snagstha-JSUS, Bangladesh.

  • Oct-Nov 2020: Served as a Consultant for two months for a Practical Action/European Union funded project on “Developing Guidelines for Joint Policy Recommendations on Decent Labour Rights of Informal Waste and Sanitation Workers”.
    Under that assignment, I had contributed the following documents:
    a) Guidelines for Occupational Health and Safety of the Informal Waste and Sanitation Workers in Bangladesh;
    b) Policy Brief on Decent Labour Rights of Informal Waste and Sanitation Workers.

     

  • January 12, 2016, to Present working as Additional Director with Higher Education Quality Enhancement Project-HEQEP funded by The World Bank, coordinated and monitored by University Grants Commission of Bangladesh and Ministry of Education, Bangladesh

  • February 22, 2017, to Present performing as Core Trainer in Quality Education and Research at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh.

  • December 2014 to Present working as Research Associate part time basis with Bangladesh Institute of Labour Studies-BILS located at House # 20, Road # 11(New)/ #32 (Old), Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka-1209.

  • Mid of 2015 to End of 2016 worked as consultant to conduct study on Mapping the Current Status of Corporate Social Responsibility-CSR in Bangladesh: A Study in Bangladesh jointly by BILS and LO-FTF.

  • October-December 2016 worked on ‘Zakat’ and the National Budget for Social Services in Bangladesh: A Study on Islamic Social Work Perspective” project supported by Social Work Research Institute of Japan College of Social Work and ARIISW of Shukutoku University, Chiba, Japan.

  • November-December 2012 worked as consultant for organizational review of Uttara Development Programme Society-UDPS, Bangladesh.
  • MPhil Level Scholarship: Awarded Faculty Scholarship by the University of Dhaka for two years during 2010-2011 as merit scholarship due score merit position first in the batch of ISWR in MPhil.

  • Master’s Level Scholarship: Awarded by the Department of Social Work, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh for one year during 2005-2006 from University Grants Commission for brilliant academic achievement.

  • Graduate Level Scholarship: Awarded by the University, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh for one year during 2003-2004 as merit scholarship due to get first position in the whole batch.