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Mr. Kazi Shek Farid
Mr. Kazi Shek Farid

Associate Professor Contact No : 008801817533012
Department of Rural Sociology Email : ksfarid@bau.edu.bd
Faculty of Agricultural Economics & Rural Sociology ResearchGate Google Scholar
 
Research Interest:   Qualitative research; Social exclusion; Socio-economic and demographic issues; Population, migration, and development
Master Of Science (MSc)    - 2011
Univerisity of Groningen
Netherlands
Master Of Science (MS)    - 2006
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Bangladesh
B.Sc. (Hons.)    - 2004
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Bangladesh
Total Number:  4
 
  1.  Socio-economic Study on Adoption of Improved Farm Practice by the Farmers of Northern Bangladesh under the supervision of Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh-2202, Bangladesh funded by University Grants Commission of Bangladesh.
  2. Effectiveness of Bangladesh`s rice procurement system and possible alternatives: supporting farmers` income and sustaining production incentives under the supervision of FAO with the financial support of the European Union and USAID
  3. Impact of Livestock Research and Technology on Awareness, Production and Consumption of Livestock Products and By-products in Bangladesh funded by Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute (BLRI).
  4. Impact of Livestock on the Livelihoods of Indigenous People of Bangladesh funded by Social Science Research Council, Planning Division, Ministry of Planning, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh.
Total Number:  13
 

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7-14 June, 2015

Study Session on Bordering on the Possible: ­ Migration, Policy-­making and Youth

Present research and discourses regarding migration and human rights ; analyze causes and consequences of migrations; and reviewing national and international policies on migrations

Cooperation and Development Network Eastern Europe, Youth Department of the Council of Europe

 March – June 2015

CERES Basic Training Course

 

Writing a viable, implementable and academic research proposal

CERES, Research School for Resource Studies for Development, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

 

18-20 May 2015

Quantitative Methodology and Economics Quantitative

 

Playing games in the field, measurement and use of data on tangible variables

CERES, Research School for Resource Studies for Development, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

 

 21-22 May 2015

A Practical Course on the Methodology of Fieldwork

Various aspects of ethnographic fieldwork including process of building contacts in the field, conducting interviews and recording data

CERES, Research School for Resource Studies for Development, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

28-29 May 2015

Qualitative Data Analysis for Development Research

 

Qualitative data analysis with Atlas.ti, methodologies for qualitative data analysis – grounded theory, discourse analysis, and content analysis

CERES, Research School for Resource Studies for Development, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

 

15 – 26 September, 2013

Professional Capacity Building Programme on Design and Implementation of Interdisciplinary Team Research

Working in teams, interdisciplinary research and interdisciplinary teams, stakeholder engagement, gender responsive research, field work planning in teams, field work -  Exploring potential interdisciplinary research topics with stakeholders

International Centre for development oriented Research in Agriculture (ICRA), Wageningen University, The Netherlands funded by Nuffic

6-9 June, 2013

Short Course on Universal Health Coverage (UHC)

 

Indicators and measurements of UHC, Health care financing strategies, Experience of community-based health insurance, Equity in health and healthcare, Group work

Centre of Excellence for Universal Health Coverage and icddr,b funded by USAID

 28-29 April, 2013

Measuring and Monitoring Health Equity using ADePT Health

 

ADePT software, Health inequality measurement, Group work on case studies

James P Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University and the World Bank

 

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29 November to 1 December, 2008

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Social Science Research and Migration

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Social science research- qualitative and quantitative, Conceptual issues of migration, Diaspora and development, Writing research proposal, Group work

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Refugee and Migratory Movements Research Unit(RMMRU), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh with the support of Development Research Centre on Migration, Globalization and Poverty, Sussex University, England; Research Institutions

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22 - 23 August, 2008

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Migration and Remittances: Non-Traditional Issues in Asian Security Discourse

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Nature and Extent of global migration and remittance flows with special emphasize on Asian case, and Non-traditional security and Migration.

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NTS(Non Traditional Security)-Asia & Refugee and Migratory Movements Research Unit(RMMRU), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh; Research Institutions

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19 April to 12 June, 2008

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Foundation Training for University Teachers

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Teaching Methods & Technique, Computer Literacy & ICT (Web Page Design), Project Cycle & Research Management, Statistical Methods & Data Analysis including SPSS, Scientific Report Writing, Administration & Office Management, Bangladesh Studies, Globalization & Development, Physical Conditioning & Car Driving and Study Tour & Co-curricular Activities.  

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Graduate Training Institute, Bangladesh Agricultural University Mymensingh-2202, Bangladesh & University Grants Commission of Bangladesh.

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April – June, 2007

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An Advanced Course on Communicative English

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Skills: Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing; Cultural Rules, Practice and Focus on Grammar

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Department of Language, Bangladesh Agricultural University Mymensingh-2202, Bangladesh

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10-23 February, 2007

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Basics of MS Office

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MS Windows, MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint

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Graduate Training Institute, Bangladesh Agricultural University

Mymensingh-2202, Bangladesh

Lecturer
27 Dec, 2006 - 27 Dec, 2008
BAU
Assistant Professor
27 Dec, 2008 - 27 Dec, 2015
BAU
Associate Professor
27 Dec, 2015 -
BAU
 

1. Mozumdar, L., K.S. Farid & P.K. Sarma (2017). “Relevance of social capital in women’s business performance in Bangladesh”, Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, 15(1): 87-94.

2. Rahman, M.W., K.S. Farid and M.B.R. Mollah (2016). “Why has Bangladesh Made Success in Microfinance? An Application of Social Relations Model”, Indian Journal of Social Research, 57 (3): 441-462.

3. Farid, K.S., N.Z. Tanny and P.K. Sarma (2015). “Factors Affecting Adoption of Improved Farm Practices by the Farmers of Northern Bangladesh”, Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, 13(2): 291-298.

4. Farid, K.S. (2014).Home Away Home: Adjustment Experience of Bangladeshi Immigrants in the Netherlands”, Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, 12(2):345-350.

5. Farid, K.S., J.U. Ahmed, P.K. Sarma and S. Begum (2011). “Population Dynamics in Bangladesh: Data sources, current facts and past trends”, Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, 9(1): 121-130.

6. Farid, K.S., L. Mozumdar, M.S. Kabir and U.K. Goswami (2009). “Nature and Extent of Rural Women’s Participation in Agricultural and Non-agricultural Activities”. Agricultural Science Digest,  29(4): 254-259.

7. Chhabi, K.Q.N, S. Takashi and K.S. Farid (2009): “Support Systems in Old Age: Its Nature and Extent in Rural Bangladesh, Journal of Rural Problems, 45(2):270-275.

8. Farid, K.S., L. Mozumdar, M.S. Kabir and K.B. Hossain (2009). “Trends in International Migration and Remittance Flows: Case of Bangladesh” Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, 7(2): 387-394.

9. Mozumdar, L., R.N. Ali, M.W. Rahman and K.S. Farid (2009): “Towards an Assessment of Political Affiliation of Rural Leaders”. Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Technology, 7(1): 37-40.

10. Mozumdar, L., R.N. Ali, K.S. Farid and M.S. Kabir (2008): “Changing Leadership and Rural Power Structure”. Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, 6(2): 429-436.

11. Farid, K.S., L. Mozumdar and K.B. Hossain (2008): “Arsenic Contamination in Bangladesh: How much the rural people are aware?” International Journal of Bio-Research, 5(4): 40-45.

12. Farid, K.S. (2007): “Problems of Adjustment in City and Maintenance of Social Network by the Migrants”, Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 34(2): 177-184.

13. Farid, K.S., R.N. Ali and M.W. Rahman (2006): “Determinants of and    Personal Factors in Rural-Urban Migration: Case of Comilla-Dhaka Migrants”, Bangladesh Journal of Extension Education, 18(1&2): 9-17.

Thesis

  1. Life into a New Culture: Nature of adjustment of Bangladeshi immigrants in the Netherlands(2011) (University of Groningen, the Netherlands)
  2. Rural to Urban Migration: Impact on livelihood patterns  of migrants (2006) (Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh)

Book

Farid, K.S. (2016). Adjustment Experiences of Immigrants in the Host Society: Bangladeshis in the Netherlands, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, ISBN – 13: 978-3659810862. https://www.amazon.com/Adjustment-Experiences-Immigrants-Host-Society/dp/365981086X

Total Number:  6
 

1. Farid, K.S. (2018): Conceptualizing Social Exclusion: A holistic approach in the context of marginalized community of Bangladesh. Paper presented at the International Conference of Research and Extension for Sustainable Rural Development organized by Bangladesh Agricultural Extension Society and Rural Development Academy, Bogra from 15-16 February 2018.

2. Farid, K.S. (2011): Life into a New Culture: Nature of Adjustment of Bangladeshi Immigrants in the Netherlands, Paper presented (poster presentation) at Dutch Demography Day 2011 organized by the Netherlands Demographic Society at the University of Utrecht, the Netherlands at 9 November 2011.

3. Farid, K.S. (2009): Determinants of Rural Women’s Participation in Farm and Non-farm Activities, Paper presented at the Young Scientists Congress, jointly organized by Bangladesh Academy of Science, Inter Academy Panel on International Issues and The Academy of Science of the Developing World held at National Museum of Science and Technology Auditorium, Dhaka from 29-30 December 2009.

4. L. Mozumdar and K.S. Farid (2009): Role of Small Entrepreneurship in Socio-economic Development of Rural Dropout Youths, Paper presented at the Young Scientists Congress, jointly organized by Bangladesh Academy of Science, Inter Academy Panel on International Issues and The Academy of Science of the Developing World  held at National Museum of Science and Technology Auditorium, Dhaka from 29-30 December 2009.

5. Farid, K.S. and R.N. Ali (2009). Rural to Urban Migration in Bangladesh: Is it boon or bane?, Paper presented at the 21st Bangladesh Science Conference, organized by Bangladesh Association for the Advancement of Science held at Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute, Gazipur from 18-20 February 2009.

6. Farid, K.S. and L. Mozumdar (2009). Trends in International Migration and Remittance Flows: Case of Bangladesh, Paper presented at the 21st Bangladesh Science Conference, organized by Bangladesh Association for the Advancement of Science held at Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute, Gazipur from 18-20 February 2009.

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Professor M. Lutfur Rahman Memorial Trust Prize Bangladesh Agricultural University Securing >65% marks at Bachelor
Huygens Scholarship Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, the Netherlands MSc study at the University of Groningen
University Gold Medal Bangladesh Agricultural University Securing A+ at MS
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