Nujhat Nuari Islam

Assistant Professor (Study Leave)
Department of English
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Academic Qualifications:

Name of the Degree University/Board Institute/College/School Passing Year
Master of Arts in English  East West University East West University 2012
Bachelor of Arts in English Stamford University Bangladesh Stamford University Bangladesh 2009
HSC Dhaka Viqarunnisa Noon School & College 2004
SSC Dhaka Viqarunnisa Noon School & College 2002

 

Teaching & Research Interest:
Technology in the Language Classroom Fantasy Literature Film and Screen Studies Gender Studies Cultural Studies Language and Culture John Milton Children’s Literature

Achievements & Awards:

Awards & Achievements:

  • President’s Award (Silver Medalist) for excellent academic performance in Stamford Convocation 2012. The convocation was held on 13 February 2012.
  • Academic Certificate of Merit from Viqarunnisa Noon School & College for general proficiency in the year 1998.
  • 1st prize in poetry composition contest in the year 2008.
  • 2nd prize in public speaking competition in 5th Stamford Inter Department Debate Championship 2009.
  • Championship in English Debate in 5th Stamford Inter Department Debate Championship 2009.
  • Championship in Bangla Debate in 3rd Prak-Jatiyo Shahi Srity Bitorko Protijogita 2009.
  • Honorary Honesty Certificate from the Library section of Stamford University Bangladesh.

 


Job Experience:

  • Working as an Assistant Professor in English since February 2018 to till date.
  • Worked as the HEAD, Department of English from March 2018 to October 2019.
  • Working as an Assistant Professor in English at Hamdard University Bangladesh since 18 February 2018 to till date
  • Worked as a Lecturer in English at Hamdard University Bangladesh since 19 October 2012 to 17 February 2018  
  • Worked as an Assistant Teacher of English in South Point School and College since 06 September 2011 to 18 October 2012
  • Worked as an Invigilator in British Council on ad hoc basis from May 2009 to May 2016
  • Worked as a Translator at ad hoc basis in JATRI under BRAC University
  • Worked as a Junior Teacher in an English medium school, Anchorage Dhaka, a school governed by Bangladesh Navy from November 2009 to October 2011  
  • Worked as a Translator in “K Hotey Chay Kotipoti” (Trans. Who Wants to be a Millionaire) organized by Deltabay Production & Distribution from 14 June 2011 to 31 August 2011

Research & Publications :

Published Academic Paper:

  1. Nujhat Nuari Islam and Tuhin Biswas, “Influence of Doraemon on Bangladeshi Children”, Stamford English Journal, vol.07, pp 204-217, 2013.
  2. Nujhat Nuari Islam, “Using Cartoons in the Pre-School: The Prospects of Cartoon  Industry in Bangladesh”, Harvest: Jahangirnagar University Studies in Language and Literature, vol.29, pp 27-40, 2014.  
  3. Nujhat Nuari Islam, “Using Mother Tongue in ELT Classroom at Tertiary Level”, NELTA Conference Proceedings 2015, pp 119-22, 2015.  
  4. Nujhat Nuari Islam, “Har Har Mahadev: A Fictional Journey of a Mythical Shiva”, Journal of Hamdard University Bangladesh, vol. 2(2), pp 145-48, 2015.  
  5. Nujhat Nuari Islam, “Billboard Advertisements: A Critical Discourse Analysis on Corporate Social Responsibilities”, Australasian Journal of Law, Ethics & Governance, vol. 2 (2), pp 154-164, 2016. 
  6. Nujhat Nuari Islam. “Using Facebook In and Outside of Classroom for Language Education in Rural Areas of Bangladesh: Prospects and Challenges”, Society & Change, Vol. X, No. 4, October-December 2016.
  7. Nujhat Nuari Islam, “Teaching English from Islamic Perspective”, Journal of Hamdard University Bangladesh, vol. 4 (1), pp 125-137, 2018.
  8. Islam, N. N. & Islam, S. M. (2018), “A Case Study of SAMR Model in Teaching: Its Prospects and Challenges at Tertiary Level”, Journal of Hamdard University Bangladesh, vol. 4 (2), pp 143-157

International:

  1.  20th NELTA International Conference 2015 on The Quest for Quality of ELT: Riding the Waves and Creating the Landscapes (17-19 February 2015). The following paper was presented on Mother Tongue and ELT, organized by Nepal English  Language Teachers’ Association (NELTA).  
    Using Mother Tongue in ELT Classroom at Tertiary Level  
  2. 15th MELUS/MELOW International Conference 2016 on Towards Praxis: Literature, Society and Politics (19-21 February 2016). The following paper was presented on Children’s Literature, organized by MELUS-India and MELOW.  Fantasy Literature in Bangladesh: An Analysis of the Harry Potter series and the  Twilight Saga Effect 

National:

  1.  BELTA National Conference 2011 on sustaining innovation in English Language Education (7, 8 January 2011). The following paper was presented on Language Policy and Planning, organized by English Department of Rajshahi University jointly with Bangladesh English Language Teaching Association (BELTA), held at Rajshahi University, Rajshahi.  ELT and Language Education Policy in Bangladesh  
  2. ELL seminar 2012 on English Language and Literature (14 February 2012). The following paper was presented on Linguistic Imperialism , organized by International Islamic University Chittagong (IIUC), held at IIUC:  
    Influence of Doraemon on Bangladeshi Children: A CDA Perspective.  
  3. Postgraduate Conference 2012 on Language, Literature and Cultural Studies in the 21 st Century: Translocating/ Transgressing Boundaries (25 & 26 May 2012). The following paper was presented on Pop-culture, organized by Jahangirnagar University Bangladesh.  
    Pop-culture in Bangladesh: An Analysis of the Effect of Harry Potter Series and Twilight Saga on Teenagers and Adults  
  4. NSU Conference 2012 on English & Interdesciplinarity: The Influence of Shakespeare (14 & 15 December 2012). The following paper was presented on Shakespeare and pop-culture, organized by North South University.  
    I am Hamlet: Rajat Kapoor is My Post-modern Shakespeare  
  5. 6th BELTA International Conference 2013 on Multiple Disciplines of English: ELT & Beyond (18- 20 January 2013). The following paper was presented on Culture & ELT, organized by Bangladesh English Language Teachers’ Association (BELTA).  
    Importance of Bangladeshi Cartoon Industry for ELT and Culture  
  6. National ELT Conference 2014 on ELT Programs, Pedagogy and Research: Issues & Challenges (21 March 2014). The following paper was presented on Technology and ELT, organized by Institution of Education & Research, Dhaka University.  
    Social Networking Sites' Implication on Reading and Writing in ELT  
  7. 7th BELTA International Conference 2015 on English Language Education: Directions, Transformations, Sustainability (02-04 January 2015). The following paper was presented on Teaching English in Mother Tongue, organized by  Bangladesh English Language Teachers’ Association (BELTA).  
    Importance of Social Context in Textbook for Young Learners 
  8. International Conference: Age Cannot Wither Him Nor Custom Stale His  Infinite Variety Shakespeare: Four Hundred Years After (03-05 November 2016). The following paper is going to be presented on Shakespeare, organized by Independent University Bangladesh.   
    Ram-Leela or Romeo Juliet: Which Made Shakespeare the Most Celebrated    
  9. Symposium on Teaching of English Pronunciation in Bangladesh: Issues and Practices (31 December 2016). The following paper is going to be presented on pronunciation, organized by Daffodils International University.   
    Teaching Pronunciation to the Regional Students at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh 

Supervision List:

  • Sheikh Farid Sajib. (2020). Use of Comic Books in Teaching and Learning English at Secondary Level in Gazaria Area
  • Umme Habiba Mukta. (2020). Treatment of Women in Theban Plays by Sophocles from Feminist Point of View
  • Nosrat Jahan Jui. (2020). Heroes are the Villains in Shakespeare’s three major Tragedies: Hamlet (1603), Othello (1604) and Macbeth (1623)
  • Md. Ibrahim. (2019). Condition of Speaking and Writing Skills of Secondary English Teachers in Sonargaon Area
  • Mahazabin. (2019). Impact Of Disney Princess Movies On Young Adults Of Bangladesh
  • Alim Hossain. (2018). Students’ Inability Of Writing English Language: A Case Study
  • Abul Hasanat. (2017). Quality of Teaching-Learning of English in Dakhil Madrasah
  • Sabina Yesmin. (2017). Efficiency of Primary Level English Teachers In Sonargaon Area: A Case Study
  • Md. Alom Hossain. (2016) The Effective Method of Teaching-Learning English (as a Foreign Language) at the Four Selected Schools of Titas (Comilla) area
  • Jannatul Ferdous Daisy. (2016). Use of Supernatural Elements: A Comparative Study between Shakespeare’s Plays and 21st Century Film Adaptations

Quick Contact:

  • Contact Number: 01813771787
  • Email: nujhat@hamdarduniversity.edu.bd
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  • Joining Date: October 19, 2012