MD. Sayeed Al Zaman

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MD. Sayeed Al Zaman

Assistant Professor

I am interested in the field of digital humanities and digital sociology. My current research focuses on the intersection between social media and social issues, as well as digital information and online behavior. I am particularly drawn to exploring the potential of integrating digital tools with traditional research methods to develop innovative digital research techniques.


Assistant Professor (Sept 2022-Present)
Department of Journalism & Media Studies, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh.
Courses Taught: Social Processes & Institutions (JMS 207); Photojournalism (JMS 417); Multimedia Journalism (JMS 512).

Research Assistant (Sept 2021-May 2023)
Department of Media & Technology Studies, University of Alberta, Canada.
Project supervisor: Dr. Geoffrey Rockwell, Department of Media & Technology Studies, University of Alberta, Canada.
Projects: Social Media Censorship; Ethics of Social Media Research; Voyant Tools; Gamergate.
Job responsibilities: Literature review; data collection and analysis; research papers writing.

Lecturer (Jul 2019-Aug 2022)
Department of Journalism & Media Studies, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh.
Courses Taught: Media, Society & Culture (JMS 307); Gender & Media (JMS 405); Photojournalism (JMS 417); Film Appreciation (JMS 521).

Executive Editor (Feb 2018-Aug 2018)
Advanced Services for the People’s Economy, Culture & Technology (ASPECT) Trust, Banani Old DOHS, Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh.
Job responsibilities: Designing and producing publication and communication materials; maintaining communication with stakeholders; managing media production.


Master of Arts – MA (2021-2023)
Program & Institution: Digital Humanities-Sociology, Department of Media & Technology Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Thesis: “Misinformation on Social Media: An Exploratory Sequential Mixed Methods Analysis of Users’ Engagement with Religious Misinformation”
Supervisors: Professor Dr. Geoffrey Rockwell (Department of Media & Technology Studies) and Professor Dr. Gillian Stevens (Department of Sociology).

Master of Social Science – MSS (2016-2018)
Program & Institution: Journalism & Media, Department of Journalism & Media Studies, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka 1342, Bangladesh.

Bachelor of Social Science – BSS (2012-2016)
Program & Institution: Journalism & Media, Department of Journalism & Media Studies, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka 1342, Bangladesh.


Adobe Software: Photoshop, Premiere Pro, InDesign, Illustrator, Audition, After Effects.
Programming Language: Python, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, D3, SPARQL.
Qualitative Software: NVivo, MAXQDA, QDAMiner.
Quantitative Software: Gephi, SPSS, Voyant, VOSviewer, WordStat, Tableau.
Additional Skills: Quark Xpress, Photography, Videography.
Language: Bangla (Native), English (Proficient), Hindi (Basic).


Total citations: 625
h-index: 12
i10-index: 15

Google Scholar:
Web of Science:


  1. Md. Sayeed Al-Zaman & M. M. Shiblee Noman (2023), “Investigating political news coverage patterns in Bangladesh during 2013-2022 using computational methods”, in Newspaper Research Journal.
  2. Sayeed Al-Zaman, Ayushi Khemka, Andy Zhang & Geoffrey Rockwell (2023), “The defining characteristics of ethics papers on social media research: a systematic review of the literature”, in Journal of Academic Ethics [Special Issue], 1-27.
  3. Md. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2023), “Social media politics uncovered: Exploring user engagement with political parties on Facebook in Bangladesh”, in Media Asia, 1-9.
  4. M. H. O. Rashid & Md. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2023), “What Do Social Media Users in Host Countries Talk about Refugees?: A Thematic Analysis of Rohingya-Related Online Discourse”, in Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 1-14.
  5. Sayeed Al-Zaman & M. M. Shiblee Noman (2023), “A dataset on social media users’ engagement with religious misinformation”, in Data in Brief, 49, 1-6.
  6. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2023), “A review of literature on information poverty”, in Geo Journal.
  7. Sayeed Al-Zaman &M. M. Shiblee Noman (2023), “Art and environmental communication in Bangladesh: perceptions of artists and environmentalists”, in World Art, 13 (2), 197-219 [Special Issue: Art & Environmental Crisis].
  8. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2023), “Phatic communication on social media”, in Journal of Journalism and Media, 4, 37-46.
  9. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2023), “Social media celebrities in Bangladesh”, in Journal of Information Science Theory & Practice, 11 (1), 49-60.
  10. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2023), “A computer-assisted textual analysis of 10,191 rape news headlines shared on social media”, in Social Sciences & Humanities Open, 7 (1), 1-9.
  11. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2022), “Social mediatization of religion: Islamic videos on YouTube”, in Heliyon, 8 (3), 1-6.
  12. Sayeed Al-Zaman & M. H. Rashid (2022), “Social media users’ reactions to suicide”, in Journal of Loss & Trauma, 27 (8), 746-760.
  13. Sayeed Al-Zaman & Tamera Khan (2022), “Framing environmental news in Bangladesh”, in Media Asia, 49 (2), 98-110.
  14. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2022), “A thematic analysis of misinformation in India during the COVID-19 pandemic”, in International Information & Library Review, 54 (2), 128-138.
  15. Sayeed Al-Zaman &Tasnuva Alam Ahona (2022), “Users’ reactions to rape news shared on social media: An analysis of five Facebook reaction buttons”, in Asian Journal for Public Opinion Research, 10 (1), 51-73.
  16. Sayeed Al-Zaman & Tamera Khan (2022), “Eco-painting in environmental communication”, in Media Asia, 49 (2), 64-69.
  17. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2021), “Prevalence and source analysis of COVID-19 misinformation in 138 countries”, in IFLA Journal, 48 (1), 189-204.
  18. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2021), “Social media and COVID-19 misinformation in Bangladesh: how ignorant Facebook users are?”, in Heliyon, 7 (5), 1-9.
  19. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2021), “Online misogyny in Bangladesh”, in Asian Women,37 (3), 1-24.
  20. Sayeed Al-Zaman & M. M. Shiblee Noman (2021), “Social media news in crisis? Popularity analysis of the top nine Facebook pages of Bangladeshi news media”, in Journal of Information Science Theory & Practice, 9 (2), 18-32.
  21. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2021), “An exploratory study of the Facebook contents and users’ engagement on the COVID-19 vaccine issue”, in F1000 Research, 10 (236), 1-16.
  22. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2021), “Are social media users becoming more visually biased?”, in Media Asia, 49 (1), 84-87.
  23. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2021), “COVID-19 ‘solutions’ in Bangladesh”, in Journal of Korean Medical Science, 36 (22), 1-3.
  24. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2021), “Social media and COVID-19 information in Bangladesh”, in Media Asia, 48 (4), 322-329.
  25. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2021), “Social media fake news in India”, in Asian Journal for Public Opinion Research, 9 (1), 25-47.
  26. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2021), “A bibliometric and co-occurrence analysis of COVID-19-related literature published between December 2019 to June 2020”, in Science Editing, 8 (1), 57-63.
  27. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2021), “A content analysis of social media users’ reaction to disinformation in Bangladesh”, in Library Philosophy &Practices, 1-17. Web link:
  28. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2021), “COVID-19-related online misinformation in Bangladesh”, in Journal of Health Research, 35 (4), 364-368.
  29. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2021), “Islamic vigilantism and women in social media”, in Informasi, 51 (1), 65-92.
  30. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2021), “COVID-19-related social media fake news in India”, in Journalism & Media, 2 (1), 100-114 [Special Issue: Media Freedom in the Age of COVID-19].
  31. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2021), “Gendered Communication and Women’s Vulnerability in Digital Media”, in The Jahangirnagar Review, Part II: Social Sciences, 44, 65-80.
  32. Sayeed Al-Zaman & Yasir Alimi (2021), “Islam, Religious Confrontation and Hoaxes in the Digital Public Sphere: Comparison of Bangladesh and Indonesia”, in Komunitas: International Journal of Indonesian Society & Culture,13 (2), 206-223.
  33. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2020), “Social Media Rumors in Bangladesh”, in Journal of Information Science Theory & Practice, 8(3), 77-90.
  34. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2020), “Healthcare crisis in Bangladesh during the COVID-19 pandemic”, in The American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, 103(4), 1357-1359.
  35. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2020), “Islam and Online Piety in Bangladesh”, in International Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities, 3(2), 67-73.
  36. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2020), “Religious Communication in Digital Public Sphere”, in Jurnal Penelitian, 17(1), 29-42.
  37. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2020), “Politics meets healthcare? Religious misinformation in India during the COVID-19 pandemic”, Jurnal Sosial Humaniora, 13 (2), 146-150.
  38. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2020), “Digital Media and Political Communication of Bangladesh: A New Wave of Democratic and Pluralistic Politics?”, in Artha Journal of Social Sciences, 19(2), 1-19.
  39. Sayeed Al-Zaman & Manir Sikder (2020), “Impact of Digital Media on Electoral Campaign: The Case of the 11th Parliamentary Election of Bangladesh”, in The Jahangirnagar Review, Part II: Social Sciences, 42, 407-420.
  40. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2019), “Digital Disinformation and Communalism in Bangladesh”, in China Media Research, 15(2), 68-76.
  41. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2019), “Rural Culture in the 21st Century Films of Bangladesh”, in Development Compilation, 15(1), 89-102.
  42. Uzzwal Kumar Mondal & Md. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2019), “New Media in Cultural Transmission: A Study on a Peri-urban Society of Bangladesh”, in The Jahangirnagar Review, Part III: Arts & Humanities, 29, 307-323.


  1. Md. Sayeed Al-Zaman & Prithula Prosun Puja (2021), “Storytelling and Rhetoric of Rumor in Social Media”, in Lorena Mihaes et al. (eds.). Handbook of Research on Contemporary Storytelling Methods Across New Media and Disciplines (pp. 40-62), IGI Global, PA, US.
  2. Md. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2020), “Digitalization and Transformation of Teaching and Learning in Bangladesh”, in Uta M. Stelson & Theresa D. Neimann (eds.). Challenges and Opportunities in Global Approaches to Education (pp. 56-77), IGI Global, PA, US.


  1. Sayeed Al-Zaman (27 September 2023), “Information Poverty in Bangladesh”, speaker at the Artificial Intelligence for Information Accessibility (AI4IA) Conference 2023, Information For All Program (IFAP), UNESCO.;
  2. Sayeed Al-Zaman et. al. (27-29 May 2023), “The Interactive Gamergate Network: Examinations in Transphobia and Transphobic Conspiracy during Gamergate”, in Canadian Society for Digital Humanities (CSDH) Conference, York University, Canada.
  3. Sayeed Al-Zaman, Ayushi Khemka & Geoffrey Rockwell (8-10 June 2023), “Citational Politics and Positionality: Analyzing Ethics of Social Media Research”, accepted in Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC) Conference, New York, US.
  4. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2020), “How social media users react to disinformation?”, presented at Faculty of Arts & Humanities Yearly Seminar, JU, Bangladesh.


  1. Sayeed Al-Zaman, “Social media users’ engagement with religious misinformation”.
  2. Sayeed Al-Zaman et al., “Phasing of #GamerGate discourse”.
  3. Sayeed Al-Zaman, “Social media censorship”.
  4. Sayeed Al-Zaman et al., “ChatGPT in higher education”.
  5. Sayeed Al-Zaman et al., “Government’s social media use and users’ engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic”.


  1. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2023-24), “Humanitarian Crisis in the Media”, by Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Value: ≈ $1,100
  2. Sayeed Al-Zaman et al. (2023), “The 26th Year of the Chittagong Hill Tracts Peace Accord 1997: Unity and Uniqueness”, by the Ministry of Chittagong Hill Tracts Affairs (MoCHTA) and Bangladesh Center for Indo-Pacific Affairs (BCIPA), Dhaka, Bangladesh. Value: ≈ $4,500
  3. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2020-21), “Rape news in Bangladesh”, by Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Value: ≈ $1,200
  4. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2019), “Rethinking the Environment of Bangladesh”, funded by Bangladesh Environmental Lawyers Association (BELA), Bangladesh. Value: ≈ $3,000
  5. Sayeed Al-Zaman (2019-20), “Online Misinformation”, by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh, Dhaka. Value: ≈ $1,400


  1. Scientific Reports, Nature, UK.
  2. Health Economics, Policy & Law, Cambridge University Press, UK.
  3. Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review, Harvard University, US.
  4. Health Policy &Technology, Elsevier, the Netherlands.
  5. Heliyon, Elsevier, the Netherlands.
  6. Social Sciences & Humanities Open, Elsevier, the Netherlands.
  7. Feminist Media Studies, Routledge, UK.
  8. Behaviour & Information Technology, Routledge, UK.
  9. Journal of Librarianship & Information Science, Routledge, UK.
  10. Global Health Action, Routledge, UK.
  11. Asian Journal of Political Science, Routledge, UK.
  12. Media Asia, Routledge, Routledge, UK.
  13. Convergence, Sage, UK.
  14. Journal of Creative Communication, Sage, UK.
  15. Sage Open, Sage, UK.
  16. Heath Education Journal, Sage, UK.
  17. Inquiry: The Journal of Health Care Organization Provision & Financing, Sage, UK.
  18. Society & Culture in South Asia, Sage, UK.
  19. Frontiers in Psychology, Frontiers, Switzerland.
  20. Frontiers in Communication, Frontiers, Switzerland.
  21. International Journal of Environmental Research & Public Health, MDPI, Switzerland.
  22. Journal of Intelligence, MDPI, Switzerland.
  23. BMC Medical Education, BioMed Central (BMC), UK.
  24. BMC Health Services, BioMed Central (BMC), UK.
  25. Journal of Health Research, Emerald Group Publishing, UK.
  26. Online Information Review, Emerald Group Publishing, UK.
  27. International Journal of Communication, University of Southern California, US.
  28. Cyberpsychology, Behavior & Social Networking, Mary Ann Liebert Inc. Publishers, US.
  29. Library Philosophy & Practice, University of Nebraska, US.
  30. Asian Journal for Public Opinion Research, South Korea.
  31. The 12thInternational Conference on Information Technology in Asia 2021, Malaysia.


  1. “In the Israel-Hamas war, China and India walk opposite sides of the same fine line”, NBC News, 2023.
  2. “Love-Like-Haha in Facebook battle”, Ajker Patrika, 2023.
  3. “Fact check: AI doctors on social media spreading fake claims”, DW, 2023.
  4. “Meta Reveals Rising Requests from Bangladesh”, Press Express, 2023.
  5. “Teaching and research are a lifestyle that is more than a profession”, Shomoyer Alo, 2023
  6. 96% of users worry about privacy, Ajker Patrika, 2023
  7. Politics is more intense on social media than in the field, Ajker Patrika, 2023.
  8. How misinformation and fake news are born and perpetuated from a satire, Dismislab, 2023. [Link:]
  9. “Shala” (brother-in-law) or “Chele” (boy)? What did the teacher say to the students?, Rumor Scanner, 2023. [Link:]
  10. All that Glitters is Not Gold: A Modernizing India with Centuries-Old Ethnic Conflicts and a Problem with Fake News, The Science Survey, 2022. [Link:]
  11. This photo does not show the baptism of “20,000 Muslims” in Bangladesh, but of Brazilian evangelicals, Agence France-Presse (AFP), 2022.  [Link:]
  12. Why do people laugh at rape news on Facebook? Prothom Alo, 2022. [Link:]
  13. How do social media users engage with COVID-19 vaccine content on Facebook?, F1000 Blog Network, Taylor & Francis, 2022. [Link:]
  14. Quack cures make India the world’s Covid misinformation capital, The Times, 2021. [Link:]
  15. India world’s biggest Covid misinformation source: Study, The Times of India, 2021. [Link:]
  16. Facebook and other social media platforms encourage four crimes, Prothom Alo, 2021. [Link:]
  17. Online Behavior in Bangladesh, by Flamingo Group on behalf of Facebook, 2021.
  18. India is the world’s top hot spot for COVID-19 misinformation, live interview by Global News, Canada, 2021.[Link:]
  19. How India unleashed targeted social media campaigns against Pakistan, The Express Tribune, 2021.[Link:]
  20. Rumor: A Social Tumor, a documentary by International Republican Institute, 2021. [Link:]
  21. India, U.S. account for a quarter of COVID-19 misinformation: study, by University of Alberta, Canada, 2021.[Link:]
  22. How heavy internet usage and poor digital literacy made India world’s top source of misinformation on COVID-19, First Post, 2021. [Link:]
  23. Most Covid misinformation emerges from India, internet responsible for 90% of it, study says, The Print, 2021.[Link:]
  24. India top source of social media misinformation on COVID-19: Study, The Week, 2021. [Link:–stu.html]
  25. India Top Source Of Social Media Misinformation On COVID-19: International Study, NDTV, 2021.[Link:]
  26. More Covid-19 disinformation targets India than any other country. Here’s how to spot it, Health Studio, 2021.[Link:]
  27. Covid-19 Wrap-up: Southern states continue to add to India’s surge in cases, Deccan Herald, 2021.[Link:]
  28. Latest study finds India world’s biggest ‘fake news producer’, Pakistan Observer, 2021. [Link:]


Nihato Drishyer Moto (Trans. Like a Dead Scene), 2016, Kobi Prokashani, Bangladesh. [Link:]


  1. “Telling good lies: Digital rhetoric and rumor in Bangladesh”, South Asia Journal, 15.02.2020. [Link:]
  2. “Internet vigilantism: A mushrooming crisis”, Daily Observer, 19.10.2019. p. 05. [Link:]
  3. “Digital religion and ‘othering’ the co-cultures”, The Asian Age, 31.10.2018. p. 07. [Link:]
  4. “Brave new digital world: How the virtual world is changing our lives”, Dhaka Tribune, 11.10.2017. p. 14. [Link:]
  5. “Netizens and the virtual neighborhoods”, The Independent, 29.11.2017. p. 06.
  6. “Rise of digital piety in Bangladesh: How extremism found a new nest in cyberspace?”, The Independent, 08.10.2018. p. 07. [Link:]
  7. “Digital culture and cyber-society”, New Age, 17.02.2018. p. 09. [Link:]
  8. “Digitalised human”, Daily Sun, 08.07.2018. p. 07. [Link:]
  9. “A new wave in education: How digital technology is transforming ‘learning & teaching’?” Daily Sun, 12.04.2018. p. 07
  10. “Cultural transformation in digital age”, The Independent, 29.05.2018. p. 06. [Link:
  11. “Digital paradox”, Daily Observer, 13.02.2018. p. 07. [Link:]
  12. “Writing in a digital age”, Dhaka Tribune, 02.03.2018. p. 15. [Link:]
  13. “Growing popularity of EdTech”, Daily Sun, 22.03.2018. p. 07. [Link:]
  14. “Rohingya issue: The construction of identity”, Daily Observer,25.09.2017. p. 07. [Link:]
  15. “Urban areas in Bangladesh”, Daily Sun, 12.10.2017. p. 05. [Link:]
  16. “How media is reshaping rural Bangladesh?” The Asian Age,27.10.2017. p. 08.[Link:]
  17. “Addressing population problem”, The Independent, 06.11.2017. p. 07 [Link:]
  18. “The ‘rape culture’ in Bangladesh: Why and how women are becoming prey?”Daily Observer, 16.11.2017. p. 06. [Link:]
  19. “Women’s insecurity in public transports”, The Independent,16.11.2017. p.06. [Link:]
  20. “The malady of ‘overconsumption’”, Daily Observer, 25.01.2018. p. 07[Link:]
  21. “What makes the war?”, Daily Observer, 04.04.2018. p. 07
  22. “Demystification of Bangabandhu’s Bengalee Muslim”, Daily Sun, 16.05.2018.p. 07. [Link:’s-‘Bengalee-Muslim’]
  23. “The myth of ‘cultural aggression’”, The Asian Age, 26.05.2018. p. 09.[Link:]
  24. “Understanding cultural transformation”, The New Nation, 05.06.2018. p. 05
  25. “Digital storytelling”, Shahojia, 20.09.2020[Link:]
  26. “­Changing pattern of clothing and impact of media”, Maddhom: Journal of Mass Media, 1(1), 02.2017, pp. 74-82
  27. “The disease of Dhaka parks”, Daily Ittefaq, 07.09.2016, p. 08
  28. “Digital media and identity crisis”, Daily Ittefaq, 28.12.2016, p. 08
  29. “The limitations of Bangladesh films”, Daily Bonikbarta, 28.01.2017, p. 04
  30. “On Dhaka city, traffic jam and ‘No Car Day’”, Daily Ittefaq, 02.02.2017, p.08
  31. “Political participation in new media”, Daily Bonikbarta, 01.04.2017, p. 04
  32. “The culture of violence of youths”, Daily Sangbad, 01.04.2017, p. 06
  33. “Take steps to protect rights of Indigenouspeople”, Daily Manabkantha,08.04.2017, p.04
  34. “Crises of school education”, Daily Ittefaq, 23.05.2017, p. 09
  35. “Why consumers are going abroad?”, Daily Jugantor, 22.06.2017, p. 08
  36. “The transformation of rural society in Bangladesh”, Daily Ittefaq,09.08.2017, p. 09
  37. “A brief history of native costume”, Weekly Mohinilok, 26 (1),01.05.2018. p. 20-26
  38. “How population can be wealth or crisis”, Daily Amader Shomoy,04.07.2018. p. 04
  39. “The mind of Bengali men”, Weekly Mohinilok, 26 (3),01.07.2018. p. 12-17
  40. “The tendency of making hostage”, Daily Samakal, 29.10.2018. p. 08[Link:]


  1. Tendencies of men, Joydhoni, Ekushey Issue, 02.2020
  2. The language, Onarjo Kothon, 07 (1), 04.2015. p. 48
  3. The garden of lips, Uttaradhikar, Bangla Academy, Issue 59, 05.2015
  4. Love is a wonderful disease, Daily Inqilab, 22.04.2016, p. 09
  5. I die in the moonbeam, Daily Bhorer Kagoj,06.11.2015, p. 09
  6. Popular lover; Seeing towards a rose; The return, Charkol, 1(1), 02.2014, pp. 29-31
  7. The dialogues of waiting, Anondon Patrika, Issue Vadro-1421, 07.2014
  8. In a bemused forest, Daily Ittefaq, 09.03.2018, p. 25


  1. Fahrenheit 106, Shahojia, 12.2020 [Link:]
  2. The story of our deforestation through definitions, Boyan,2(1), 01.2016
  3. A winter-morning-cat, Ruri, 1(3), 10.2013


  1. “The woodpecker sighs…”, Daily Observer, 08.03.2018[Link:]
  2. “Harsh reality of child labor” (8 photographs), Daily Observer, 15.03.2018[Link:]
  3. “Photo Feature: Nature” (8 photographs), Daily Observer, 05.07.2018
  4. “Peace & Beauty” (11 photographs), Daily Observer, 12.01.2017
  5. “Nature & Wildlife” (10 photographs), The Independent, 09.03.2017
  6. Professional portrait, Daily Kaler Kantho, 14.02.2016
  7. “Enlighten Your Life”, Daily Kaler Kantho, 30.11.2015


  1. Friends of the University of Alberta Society Graduate Award (2022), University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.Value: $5,000
  2. Intissar Mourad Memorial Scholarship in Islamic Studies (2022), University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.Value: $2,000
  3. Entrance Scholarship (2021), University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. Value: $ 27,500
  4. Alberta Graduate Excellence Scholarship (2021), Government of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.Value: $12,000
  5. General Merit Scholarship (2011-12 to 2015) for academic excellence in bachelor’s degree, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh.
  6. Complementary Stipend (2011-14) for academic excellence, JU, Dhaka.


  1. Committee Member, National Conference 2023: Journalism, Media & Communication, Department of Journalism & Media Studies, JU, Dhaka.
  2. Editorial Board Member (2023-Present), Journal of Journalism & Media, Dhaka.
  3. Member (2022-Present), Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), US.
  4. Member (2018-Present), Jahangirnagar University Alumni Association (JUAA), Dhaka.
  5. Assistant House Tutor (2023-Present), Mowlana Bhasani Hall, JU, Dhaka.
  6. Member, Hons. 3rd Year Exam Committee 2020, Dept. of Journalism & Media Studies, JU.
  7. Member, Master’s Syllabus Committee 2020-21, Dept. of Journalism & Media Studies, JU.
  8. Coordinator (Apr 2012-Apr 2013), JMS Readers Club, JU, Dhaka.
  9. Coordinator (Aug 2016-Aug 2017), JMS Film Club, JU, Dhaka.
  10. Assistant Editor (Feb 2018-Present), Charkol, literature magazine, Dhaka.
  11. Assistant Editor (Aug 2015-Aug 2016), Pathshala, online news portal, Dhaka.


  1. Graduation (2012), Yoga Foundation, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  2. Basic Photography (2013), Pathshala South Asian Media Academy, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  3. Workplace Violence and Harassment Prevention (2022), University of Alberta, Canada.
  4. Exploring Career Values and Success (2022), University of Alberta, Canada.
  5. Graduate Ethics Training (2022), University of Alberta, Canada.Harvesting Social Media (2021), University of Alberta, Canada.
  6. Humachinities (2017), Faculty of Arts & Humanities, JU, Dhaka.
  7. Research Methodology (2016), South Asian Youth Research Institute for Development (SAYRID), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  8. Journalism Workshop (2015), Jahangirnagar University Journalist’s Association (JUJA), JU, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  9. Egyptian Art (2014), Dorpon Art Foundation, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, Dhaka.
  10. Photojournalism (2014), JU, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  11. Reading-Writing Workshop (2012), Public Library, Shahbag, Dhaka, Bangladesh.