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54unreadUndergraduate01876844231naymul.nayemcgc@gmail.comCox’s BazarYesYes01876844231
65unreadHigher secondary01993152006parveskhan220101@gmail4700YesYes
76unreadBSc in Engineering+8801952669565EEEskjahirk@gmail.com
87unreadBss Honours01829247916Nomdmohib916@gmail.comPukuria, Banshkhali, ChattogramYesYesbkash018292479169FM32U0JYN
98unreadBachelor of Science in Agriculture+34675516343Graduate Studentdr.jonaidsau@gmail.comSalixvägen 3, 756 42 Uppsala, SwedenRosa Victoria Molina 1, BegoñaRenauMorata 2, Sergio González Nebauer 1
1Department of Plant Production, Universitat Politècnica de València, València, Spain
2Department of Plant Biology, Universitat de València, València, Spain
Expression Analysis of the Tomato AAP Gene Family of Amino Acid Permeases in Response to N Supply in Cultivars with Contrasting Nitrogen Use EfficiencyAmino Acid Permeases (AAP) have a functional role in transporting amino acids across cellular membranes for distribution in the plant, being key targets among the physiological processes that determine yield and Nitrogen Use Efficiency (NUE). In order to gain insight into the molecular mechanisms involved in the amino acids partition in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) and the responses to a limitation of N supply compatible with sustainable agriculture, we performed gene expression analyses in young leaves of 4 tomato cultivars with contrasting NUE at different N supply levels. This study shows the AAP gene family's expression profile in young leaves with contrasting NUE tomato cultivars under different N supply levels. Among the 8 AAP genes, SlAPP2 and SlAPP4 showed the highest expression levels, suggesting that these permeases might be responsible for the amino acid loading into the phloem in sources. High variability among cultivars was observed in the expression of each AAP gene under sufficient N (100N) supply conditions. Furthermore, high variability was also observed under limiting N (50N) supply condition. Interestingly, a consistent induction of the expression ofSlAAP5, SlAAP6, and SlAAP7genes was observed at limiting N (50N) supply (Figure 5).It'll be good have it.okayBank Transfer to Acc. Holder: Mohammad Abul Hasnat IBAN: DE39 5087 0024 0024 7312 00 BIC: DEUTDEDB508 Amount 6 euros, 23.07.22MD. JONAID HOSSAIN IBAN: ES03 1563 2626 3932 6804 2842FC63076C66B9
109unreadHonors (running)01307195649University of Barishaltahrin.nisha@gmail.com82001.Munira Jaman Memy (University of Barishal)
2.MST Zihan Shazia Zeba (University of Barishal)
Blue Economy - The wave of future for BangladeshBlue economy is the new door of possibility for Bangladesh as it is the basis of the ocean-based country. It is the development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. A new economic area for Bangladesh is demarcated in the bay of Bengal. It has huge natural resources for maintaining a prosperous and sustainable blue economy which include aquaculture, renewable energy, minerals resources etc. If we use these resources properly then potential opportunity will be opened like creating new workplaces, shipping and tourism, maritime trade, fishery, etc. Blue economy provides long-term benefits of the sustainable use of marine resources. Such as sources of food , create green energy, fight climate change and products as medicines and enzymes and other social and economic benefits. It is also beneficial for pollution control ,improvement of livelihood, earning foreign currency etc. But we have some challenges to the perspective of blue economy such as frequent floods, marine pollution, lack of knowledges for managing marine ecosystem.yesyesbkash. Date:26 july,2022. Time:04:29 pm017894786809GQ0WOF3VA
1110unreadB. URP01789792585Undergraduate Student, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology, Rajshahi 6204, Rajshahi, Bangladesh.sadmanraiyan11@gmail.comB. A College Road, Duttabari, Sirajganj Sadar - 6700, SirajganjMd. Raihanul Hoque, Undergraduate Student, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology, Rajshahi 6204, Rajshahi, Bangladesh.
Dewan Md Amir Jahir, Undergraduate Student, Department of Computing Technologies (Software Engineering), Swinburne University and Technology, Victoria 3122, Melbourne, Australia.
Contrivance of Nano-scale Modular Housing Concept in Bangladesh: A Technical and Expedient ApproachBangladesh is experiencing a rising challenge with the pollution caused by plastic. Our three most populous cities—Dhaka, Chittagong, and Sylhet—are especially susceptible to a high level of danger. Over the course of the last several years, manufacturing and consumption of a wide variety of plastic items have expanded from domestic homes to commercial and industrial settings. This indicates that there is a wider variety of waste products made from plastic. As a non-biodegradable substance, plastic takes generations to breakdown enough to be reused. Plastic waste also has a detrimental effect on the economy, since most of it could be recycled and reused. In Bangladesh's cities, low-income residents face a housing shortage. Millions of people are moving to cities in search of better job prospects, which is fueling rapid urbanization. However, many of them face increasing property prices, a malfunctioning rental market, and a restricted supply of public housing due to a lack of resources. In this scenario, Nano-scale Modular Housing has the potential to be a solution that combines these two issues to develop a solution that addresses both of them simultaneously. The authors of this study have made spontaneous efforts toward developing a sustainable micro-scale model of housing to address the existing housing and social problems with the long-term goal of recycling and making use of excess plastic. The authors have created a prototype and conducted a feasibility study to see whether or not it might work in a real-world setting using software-based modelling. It would seem that this project has the potential to be highly cost effective and need very little maintenance. Because of the mobility and eco-friendliness of the concept, it may be used not only in conventional urban temporary housing projects but also in specific circumstances such as the habitation of Rohingya people, the Flood Crisis in Sylhet, and a great number of other scenarios.YesYesBkash - Make Payment, 01:20am 28/07/22016356391449GS20VC216
1211unreadHon's first year student, Department of Coastal Studies & Disaster Management01973617931University of Barishal, Barishalmusratmehjabinasha@gmail.comGabtola, Tiyakhali Road, City Corporation Barishal,Dist: Barishal, Division : Barishal,BangladeshName : Shuvro Debnath
Address : 8/B, 21 no. road, rupatali housing,Rupatali, barishal
Affiliation:Hon's 1st year student of University of Barishal, Department of Coastal Studies & Disaster Management
Number: 01964284129
Email ID: shuvrodebnath786@gmail.com

Name : Md.Mahedi Hasan
Full Address : Bhuyian Sorok,Rupatoli Barishal
Affiliation : Hon's 1st year student of University of Barishal, Department of Coastal Studies & Disaster Management
Number : 01624025987
Email ID : mahedihasan000999@gmail.com

Name :Salina Akter
Address :Manikkathi,Rahmatpur
,Babugonj,Barishal
Affiliation : Hon's 1st year student of University of Barishal, Department of Coastal Studies & Disaster Management
Number :01740670887
Email ID:tulysalina@gamil.com
Disastrous loss, damage & RecoveryYesYesbKash019736179319GT82BLTPO
1312unreadMBBS ongoing01741624745Rajshahi Medical Collegefahimrmc40@gmail.comVill - baliaghatta, post - chowhodditola, ps- godagari, dis-rajshahiMaliha Ferdous
MBBS ongoing
Rajshahi Medical College
Knowledge and Perception of Common people towards usage of Antibiotics in Bangladesh : An Important factor playing role in Antibiotic resistance pattern.YesYesBkash Payment017416247459GT42EZFSU
1413unreadB. Sc. Fisheries Hon's (Running)01751337374Studentabdurrazzak415363@gmail.comDhaka, BangladeshMd. Abdullah, Faculty of Agribusiness Management, Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University

Mehedi Hasan Naeem, Faculty of
Agriculture, Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University

Selim Reja, Faculty of Agriculture, Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University
Eco-friendly management approaches for controlling Mealy BugAbstract

Mealy bug (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) is a major pest of agricultural crops such as cotton, mango, sunflower and so on. Farmers spray excessive amount of pesticide to get rid of this notorious pest which causes diffuse pollution. Integrated pest management (IPM) is an eco-friendly approach to reduce pesticide use which includes cultural control, natural enemies/ biological control, botanicals, and use of safer pesticides as a last option. In this poster, IPM approaches for controlling mealy bug are summarized based on the recent published articles. Cultural practices such as intercropping and trap cropping, field sanitation plays vital role in reducing mealy bug infestation. Biological control agents such as predators, parasitoids and entomopathogenic fungus, baculoviruses are found to be effective against mealy bug. Botanicals extracted from different plants act as larvicidal, antifeedant and Acetyl choline esterase inhibitor. Some pesticides considered safer in terms of cyto-, geno-, eco-toxicity can be used as a final step. Future research should be undertaken considering the combination of several control options as well as ecological considerations for effective management of this pest.
YesYesBkash017513373749GU42HCPEY
1514unreadBachelor of Science (BSc)+8801941582285Student, Honors 2nd year, University of Dhakasajjadurrahmanzadid@gmail.comHouse: 14/B, Ward: 16, Autpara, Chandna, Chowrasta, Gazipur City Corporation, Gazipur - 17021. Md. Mashrur Hossain Rubab
Student, Honors 2nd year, University of Dhaka
Phone: 01816772838
Email: rubabmashrur@gmail.com
Postal Address: Mohammadpur, Block - F, NHA Garden City, Building - 03, Flat - 14/C, Dhaka - 1207

2. Mahjabin Prema Payal
Student, Honors 2nd year, University of Dhaka
Phone: 01648910380
Email: payal.mahjabin@gmail.com
Postal Address: Flat: C/3, BBL Tower, 9 Mymensingh road, Bishwo Shahitto Kendro, Banglamotor, Dhaka - 1000
Bangladesh's Agriculture and Biodiversity Policy: Implications, Prospects, Impacts, and EvaluationThe development of a national policy was a critical requirement following the 1992 Rio Earth Summit of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED). An updated policy that was put into effect in 2018 with certain revisions has caused the environment to continue to deteriorate and for its many aspects to grow. The study will look at the agriculture and biodiversity-based sector implementation scenario from the National Environment Policy of 1992. Along with the article, a comparison between the two policies from 1992 and 2018 will be made. This study will identify insufficient policy implementation across the nation and then propose a solution through expert and environmental dialogue. Additionally, it will evaluate the comparative effects of the newly proposed solution and the current policy. In the conclusion, it will outline its importance and present a successful solution to concerns in the agriculture and biodiversity sectors.YesYesBkash, 05:48 pm, 30/07/22019415822859GU72WUFYT
1615unreadPursuing an Undergraduate Degree+8801766154236Energy Science and Engineering, Khulna University of Engineering & Technology, Khulna, Bangladeshmahmud1713010@stud.kuet.ac.bdTeligati, PhulBari Gate, Khulna 9203, Khulna, BangladeshKhaza Shahriar, Energy Science and Engineering, Khulna University of Engineering & Technology, Khulna, Bangladesh
Md. Khaled Mahmud, Energy Science and Engineering, Khulna University of Engineering & Technology, Khulna, Bangladesh
Pijus Roy, Energy Science and Engineering, Khulna University of Engineering & Technology, Khulna, Bangladesh
Adaptive Solution for Waste Management in Bangladesh by Designing Unique Garbage Bin Model.For Bangladesh, waste problems are a great threat. People don’t throw waste inside the bin, rather throw it towards the bin and waste spreads beside bins. People are not aware of to use of dustbins. So, different models of dustbin are proposed here that will be (i) Adaptive, (ii) Attractive, and (iii) Awareness spreading. In the proposed design, the dustbin will have an unusual shape to attract people that differs from the conventional dustbin, having an information panel for spreading awareness messages. There are three models are proposed. The first one will have an extended surface for capturing the throwing waste inside it.

In the second model, a hydraulic press will be used to pressurize the waste for avoiding overflow.

In the third model, a suction fan will be used to capture the lightweight waste near the dustbin.

This problem is related to SDG 11.
Yes, I do.Yes, I do.Bkash, 30/07/2022, 08:42 pm+88017661542369GU033YHIA
1716unreadMaster's of Social Science+905525949514Political Science and International Relations, Istanbul University, Turkeymdanwar.hossen@ogr.iu.edu.tr6/12, Husrev Pasa Sk. No: 25, Aksemsettin, 34080 Fatih/Istanbul.Political Will in Anti-corruption Efforts: A Comparative Study of Bangladesh, Nigeria, Bhutan and SingaporeCorruption is the abuse of public office for private gain. It is an institutional disease that destroys all kinds of development and is often difficult to detect and control in both developing and developed countries. Nonetheless, some countries curb corruption but other countries cannot combat it. The responsible reason is the strong political will of low corrupt country’s political leaders and public officials. So it is crucial to find out the difference between the low and high corrupt countries. Therefore, this study aimed to compare the level of political will in anti-corruption efforts of the four countries.
With secondary data, Derick W. Brinkerhoff’s 5 characteristics (Locus of initiative, Degree of analytical rigor; Mobilization of support; Application of credible sanctions; Continuity of efforts) of the ‘Political Will Model’ have been used to reach the expected objectives. Besides, data have been traced with those 5 characteristics by using the ‘Theory Testing Process Tracing method.
The study revealed that strong political will turns Singapore and Bhutan into the low corrupt country. Reversely, weak political will is always responsible for high corruption in Bangladesh and Nigeria. It also denoted that in 2021 as per capital expenditures, Singapore spent approximately 4 times more than Bhutan, 30 times more than Nigeria, and 91 times more than Bangladesh. Furthermore, it also found that in 2019 Singapore's CPIB and Bhutan's ACC recruited 1 personnel for 26,654 citizens and for 6,467 citizens respectively, whereas Bangladesh's ACC and Nigeria's ICPC recruited 1 personnel for 75,977 citizens and for 252,784 citizens respectively. Likewise, measuring complaints registered rate to the anti-corruption agencies (Singapore 34%, Bhutan 10%, Bangladesh 8%, and Nigeria ICPC 6% in 2019) and conviction rate (Singapore 99%, Bhutan 82%, Bangladesh 63%, and Nigeria ICPC 67% in 2019) Singapore and Bhutan are always best-performing countries to show strong political will, on the contrary, Bangladesh and Nigeria denoted poor political will. Therefore, Bangladesh and Nigeria are the most corrupt countries, on the other hand, Bhutan and Singapore are the least corrupt countries around the world.
Finally, in response to the failure of the political will according to the studied areas, there are some recommendations including; establishing a single Anti-corruption Agency, impartial jurisdiction, selecting honest leaders, and so on. Thus, a country can reduce corruption to a minimal level.
YesN/AVakif Bank Transfer; 30/07/2022 at 21:505355766049761568islem No: 2022003399717555
1817unreadMasters+8801917334636Faculty of Maritime and Transportation, Ningbo University, Ningbo 315211, Chinakazimohiuddin.contact@gmail.comChanmari Approach Road-4, House-1, P.O - Shipyard, Khulna-9201, Bangladesh.1) Md Nadimul Akram, College of Artificial Intelligence, Jiangxi University of Technology, Nanchang 330000, China, Email: nadim.akram684679@gmail.com

2) Marufa Easmin Shormi, School of Social Science, Khulna University, Khulna 9208, Bangladesh,
Email: 211526@ku.ac.bd
Application of Artificial Intelligence and Operations Research in Maritime LogisticsABSTRACT
Artificial intelligence (AI) combined with Operation Research has become a potential aspect in many industries. Unfortunately, compared to other industries, the maritime industry lags behind in the use of AI technology. This research conducted an investigation to discover the methods of optimization problems with recent AI techniques. The paper is aimed to provide an overview of artificial intelligence and investigate approaches for applying it to marine logistics. There is growing interest in applying machine learning to develop algorithms for optimization issues using AI technology. This research focuses on methods to solve problems related to maritime logistics. The identified gaps offer a framework for AI learning models for developing maritime logistics in further research. From a maritime logistics perspective, the recent progress is an innovative approach that could benefit future research and practice in problem-solving in maritime logistics.

KEYWORDS: Artificial intelligence, Machine Learning, Operation Research, Maritime logistics
YesYesBank Transfer, Sender: KAZI MOHIUDDIN, Date: 31/07/2022, Time: 10:43 AMIslami Bank Bangladesh Ltd.1522073100004930
1918unreadBSC in Mechanical Engineering final year01776801204Associate YBF(IUBAT)tanbinmahmud@gmail.com7929Md. Motiur Rahman,
BSC in Mechanical Engineering final year,
Supporter YBF(IUBAT),
bari.rahman97@gmail.com
01913955808
A model of cold power plant using geothermal energy and stirling energy.Stirling engine works in constant temperature difference. In this model we try to achieve this by cooling the temperature of the cold cylinder of Stirling engine. We will use this technology in the extreme cold area of the planer, where atmospheric temperature is below -60 degree Celsius. We aim to extract energy from the extreme cold areas and generate electricity.YesYes9GV63NWLU2 , 03:56PM 31/07/220177680120401844072012
2019unreadBSc in Forestry+8801765410545Department of Forestry and Environmental Science, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet 3114, Bangladesh.a_h_ador@yahoo.comHouse - 2B, Naza Tower (Merlin Builders), Road - 6B, Surma Residential Area, Akhalia, Sylhet-3100, Bangladesh.Romel Ahmed, Department of Forestry and Environmental Science, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet 3114, Bangladesh.Isolation and characterization of nodules and associated bacteria isolated from three legume tree species seedling’s of Acacia auriculiformis, Albizia lebbeck, Samanea samanThe aim of the study was to evaluate the status and variance of nodulation attributes, seedling growth of Acacia auriculiformis, Albizia lebbeck, Samanea saman and to characterize the morphological, biochemical and molecular features of nodule isolates of these seedlings. Nodules mostly formed in secondary or tertiary roots while their appearance in primary roots was less prominent. The nodulation of S. saman was remarkably higher in size, weight and number than the other two species. Even though root length (RL) did not differ between the species, their shoot height (SH), nodule number (NN), nodule size (NZ), nodule cross-section area (NCSA) and nodule weight (NW) differed significantly. Significant correlation was observed between SH and RL, NN and NZ, NZ and NCSA, and NN and NW. Altogether, three endophytic bacteria were isolated from the root nodules, morphological, biochemical and molecular characteristics revealed these isolates were Rhizobacteria and they can be used as bio-inoculants.YesYesbKash , 31.07.2022, 08:39Pm017654105459GV53Z4SYB
2120unreadM.Sc.01749134864Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhetnewton@student.sust.eduHouse No, 330, North bagbari, Sylhet -3100, Bangladesh.Kristi Priya Chowdhury, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet
Sabbir Hossain Nipu, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet
Utilization of Metal Organic Framework (MOF) in energy storage of space craftsMOFs are promising for next-generation energy storage. In the last decade, they have received increased academic and professional interest. MOFs are a turning point because of their huge surface area, high pore volumes in equally sized pores, high metal content, tailored porosity, and logically designed building blocks that generate new frameworks. MOF applications depend on its architecture. They have promising energy storage potential. In recent years, heterometallic MOF designers and synthesizers have made development. MOFs can be utilized in batteries, supercapacitors, and fuel cells. Solar energy is stored on board spacecraft. Spacecraft must store energy for use in space. Battery, fuel cell, capacitor are necessary. So, our study assume that MOFs and their derivatives can be used for energy storage purposes of space craft.No.Yes, We want certificate.bKash, 31/07/22, 11:26 pm017765143559GV144BFFR
2221unreadB.Sc.01730885756Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhetreazulriyan@gmail.comHouse No, 330, North bagbari, Sylhet -3100, Bangladesh.Sabbir Hossain Nipu, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet
Tahzib Ibrahim Protik, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet
Utilization of metal oxide nanoparticles in next generation electronic devicesBecause of their size, metal oxide nanoparticles exhibit a behavior that is unique to them. They are applicable in a variety of sectors due to the great surface area that they possess. When it comes to the several types of energy storage devices, such as batteries, capacitors, supercapacitors, and semiconductors, they may be used in all of these. Researchers have discovered, after analyzing them in controlled environments (laboratories), that many types of batteries might benefit from using them in the anode position of the battery. In addition to this, the capacitance power that can be achieved by utilizing them in supercapacitors may be improved. Our study will describe about the utilization of metal oxide nanoparticles in next generation electronic devices.noyesbKash, 31/07/22, 11:66 pm017491348649GV144PKFN
2322unreadBSS in Anthropology01641954798Brac Universitymashaekh.hassan@g.bracu.ac.bdEastern Mofizbagh (Flat-2/1101), 106 Central Road, Dhaka-1205N/AThe Expression of Scepticism: Emerging Patronization of Religion Upon The Non-Believing Bangladeshi YouthThe COVID-19 pandemic has had a drastic effect on the behavioral orientations of the non-religious youth in Bangladesh due to the prominent recognition of “ almost instant” death tolls proven by the number of losses the pandemic had left behind. The dominant explanation for this occurrence is the increased parental pressure towards patronizing religion at a core level upon the predominant Muslim youth, who formerly preferred to recognize themselves as either non-religious, atheist or agnostic for their religious identity. Prior research has made it evident that quantitative research does not find the level of personalized meaning towards sensitive discourse such as religion, therefore, making qualitative findings much more appropriate for the matter. I used data collected from in-person interviews with the youth themselves and linked my findings to personal research done with the use of anthropological literature which covered (1) the anthropological fieldwork of religious groups, (2) the importance of religion in Bangladesh, and (3) the expression of Islam in the political, social and cultural spheres. In contrast to the global belief in which religion is meant to function on a personal level, my findings indicate that religion in Bangladesh is the need for the youth to conform to the dominant religion practiced by their families.NoYesbKash016845474249H154YU9DZ
2423unreadHigh school degree+9779819662656Not decidedsushant71120@gmail.comKathmandu 44600, NepalYesYes
2524unreadB.B.S01854887860Omor00513@ gmail.comMonohorgonj, Cumilla, Bangladesh
2625unreadHon's third year01776673627English language and literature, International Islamic University ChittagongHumairajannat234@gmail.comHumairajannat234@gmail.com" Mental Health "Nowadays we do see most of the people are suffering from frustration, depression, anxiety, loneliness and most importantly restlessness. We need to focus on our mental health. If our mental health is not in a healthy state we do suffer not only mentally but also physically. In recent days We've seen so many news about people’s mental state.The question arises here! Instead of having everything why they suffer from mental illness. We have to take care of our mental health, which is as important as our physical health. By making our relationship strong with our dearest one,by giving them time also by taking care of our own desire we can keep our mental health healthy. We have to find out the reason of our frustration, pressure and depression and for that we need to give time to ourselves so that we do understand ourselves first. We can do meditation, go on a tour, treat ourself for any random reason. And we have to follow three things : 1. Self - care 2. Self -control 3. Self- love. These are necessary for our mental health. Most importantly We've to skip things sometimes for the sake of our own peace.
So my topic is mental health. I want to work on it in further future.
YesNoBkash0177667362701776673627
2726unreadUnder graduate01795147463Statistics,Comilla Universitytanvirsanvi0012@gmail.com3500NoThis study aims to analyze the relationship between public health & socioeconomic condition of population in BD.This study aims to analyze the relationship between public health & socioeconomic condition of population in BD.It will show the effect of socioeconomic change due to the health condition changes among the peoples.For evaluating this we will use a descriptive-analytic cross-sectional design . The sampling technique will be purposive sampling, and the data analysis will use Chi-square test and multivariate analysis.YesYesBkash01795147463
2827unreadBSC completed, MSC running+8801813387608jhevan35@gmail.com
2928unreadB.Sc.(Honours) in Forestry01674216876Masters student in Department of Forestry and Environmental Science, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST)abdurrahman@student.sust.eduShah Poran Hall, SUST, Sylhet.Md Ariful Islam Remon, Graduated from Department of Forestry and Environmental Science, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST)Identification and characterization of fungal pathogen causing leaf spot disease in Garjan (Dipterocarpus turbinatus)Garjan (Dipterocarpus turbinatus) is an important tree species in Bangladesh that yields commercially valuable wood. Several surveys were conducted in Sylhet sub-district of Bangladesh, evidently informed the occurrence of leaf spot of D. turbinatus. So, the aim of the study was to determine the disease severity, and identify and characterize the causal organism. The fungal isolate was isolated from necrotic region of the infected leaves, and the pathogenicity test showed similar disease symptoms on detached healthy leaves. Morphological and molecular characterization revealed that the isolate was Colletrotrichum siamense isolate GB02 (Accession no. OP223336). The isolate could grow at wide range of temperature, pH and osmotic potential (NaCl), however the optimum growth was observed at 25℃, PH 7 and -1.2MPa. The disease severity was moderate at best and predominantly found in unmanaged homogenous plantations, therefore proper management of the plantations could halt spreading of the disease.YesYesBKash, 20th August, 2022 (9 pm)018500704949HK2KVZG6E
3029unreadLL.M [Masters of Law]01946292943Barrister Annek.R Hoquefarhanaruhi91@gmail.comChandghao Residential Area,Chittagong; postal code:4212212Mohammad. Mosleh Uddin RaihanAlternative Dispute Resolution in Civil Justice system in Bangladesh
3130unreadHSC01312708682Dhaka, Bangladeshmdzmirhosssinsiam@gmail.com162/1Arambagh,Motijheel, DhakaNothing to say162/1 Arambagh, Motijheel, DhakaRoll:327001 Registration :1710555145SSC 32700117105551450131270878201312708682
3231unread1st year01945880915BUPjarifaneha@gmail.comDhaka1207Jarifa sultana nihaWoman empowermentWomen empowermentIndividual01712106578
3332unreadB.Sc in LPE final year01795011231ridoy2018626960Kishoregonj
3433unreadMS in Agronomy01516144309Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural Universityasiddika.sauag@yahoo.comRoom-506, Krishakhratna Sheikh Hasina Hall, Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, Dhaka-1207Mitigation of arsenic stress in rice with the application of seaweed extractYesbKash015161443099HO4NNPR1K
3534unreadHonours Third Year01714083638Comilla University, Cumilla, Bangladeshkhadijaahmed2899@gmail.comCumilla-3500Sadia Afroz Shoshi, Comilla University, Cumilla, Bangladesh
Nusrat Jahan, Comilla University, Cumilla, Bangladesh
Impact of testing on english language at early stage of education system in BangladeshFrom the first day of school students are taught English language. After completing school, they are still afraid of this subject. They can’t speak fluently, even some students cannot make a proper sentence. They have to memorize paragraph, story, grammatical items etc. Why are they afraid of this subject and what is the problem in the test system of English language learning? How can we overcome from this problem?YesYesBkash018224322939HO3OEK0CN
3635unreadN/A01783124834Mass Communication & Journalism, Rajshahi University, Rajshahi, Bangladeshmd83124834@gmail.comJahanabad, Sultanganj, Godagari, RajshahiPresent Situation of JournalismYesYesBKash017831248349HP5P4M0RH
3736unreadGraduate From Chittagong University & Running Masters Program.+8801859973733Research Assistant at Jamal Nazrul Islam Research Centre for Mathematics and Physical Science, University of Chittagong, Chittagong, Bangladesh.habib.mathcu.ac.bd@gmail.comChittagong University, Sha-Amanath Hall, Room no 67MD Miskat Hossain Siddique,
Department of Mathematics,
University of Chittagong,
Chittagong, Bangladesh &
Research Assistant at Red Green Research Centre.
Title: Trends, perspectives, and prospects in Machine Learning

Summary: The study of machine learning is important for addressing fundamental scientific and engineering questions. Machine learning has emerged as the method of choice for developing software for computer vision, speech recognition, natural language processing, robot control, and other applications. The most widely used machine-learning methods are supervised learning methods.
Full Abstract:
Trends, perspectives, and prospects in Machine Learning
Md Habibur Rahman1*, Md Miskat Hossain Siddique2

Abstract
Introduction: The study of machine learning is important for addressing fundamental scientific and engineering questions. Machine learning has emerged as the method of choice for developing practical software for computer vision, speech recognition, natural language processing, robot control, and other applications. Machine-learning algorithms can be viewed as searching through a large space of candidate programs, guided by training experience. Many algorithms focus on function approximation problems, where the task is embodied in a function. The key goal is to theoretically characterize the capabilities of specific learning algorithms for any given learning problem. As a field of study, machine learning sits at the crossroads of computer science, statistics, and other disciplines. The most widely used machine-learning methods are supervised learning methods. Although the past decade has seen increased crosstalk with other fields, we are just beginning to tap potential synergies.


Method: The most widely used machine-learning methods are supervised learning methods. The training data take the form of a collection of (x, y) pairs and the goal is to produce a prediction y* in response to a query. Supervised learning also includes cases in which y has real-valued components or a mixture of discrete and real-valued components. Advances in machine learning are enabling us to build superstructures that contain billions of parameters. They can be trained on large collections of images, videos, and speech samples. A recurrent neural network that has been taught to produce a text caption uses the output of a convolutional neural network.


Results:


A Plane Flying Over A Body Of Water

Figure 1. Deep networks automatically create text labels for photos.


Objectives: The issue of creating computers that learn automatically through use is addressed by machine learning. The convergence of computer science and statistics, as well as the foundation of artificial intelligence and data science, makes it one of the technical domains with the fastest growth rates today.


Conclusions: Machine learning has advanced recently as a result of the creation of new learning theories and algorithms as well as the continual explosion in the accessibility of online data and low-cost processing. Science, technology, and business have all adopted data-intensive machine-learning techniques, which have increased the use of evidence-based judgment in numerous fields such as marketing, manufacturing, health care, and financial modeling.
yesyesCMC202230As a CLUB member References (CUMC) Chittagong University Math ClubCMC202230
3837unread0177800815019111022@uap-bd.edu
3938unreadM.Phil in English01785641759Managing Editor, International Journal of Humanities Arts and Businessmoshiureu@gmail.comHouse-48, Block-F, Road-11, BananiChallenges of Teaching EFL Reading Skills in BangladeshTeaching EFL reading is one of the most challenging tasks at any level of education.
This paper aims at unfolding the challenges of teaching EFL reading at the HSC
level in Bangladesh. The study has employed qualitative method including teacher
interviews and classroom observations. It has been found that the major challenges
include students’ poor background knowledge, improper selection of reading
materials, less class duration, and finally the absence of a culture of reading.
Yes, I like to have certificateYes, I want individual certificateBkash (26/08/2022 11:52)017856417599HQ3PJJ09L
4039unreadMasters01928250564sharifhosenkst@gmail.comAmbicapur, Mehendigonj (8270), BarishalCOMPARATIVE GRAMMAR ON ARABIC, BANGLA & ENGLISHIn Bangladesh, there are two major educational school such as “General School & Religious ‎School” that it is in Arabic Madrasas. Among the “Religious School” there are two types of ‎Madrasas; one is ‘Alia Madrasas’ and ‘Qawmi Madrasas’. By the newspaper report there are ‎about 10,500 Ali madrasas where enrolling about 2.5 million students and Qawmi madrasas are ‎around 14, 000 where presently 4 million pupils are enrolled in different classes from primary to ‎graduate levels. The literacy rate is 78% both general and religious perspective. The teaching ‎method of language proficiency is same in every section but Religious studies are taught in ‎Arabic. ‎
The most of things have great similarity and some dissimilarity in every language especially in ‎Arabic, Bangla & English. In every tongue has different number of alphabets so that it’s phonetic ‎pronounced different parts of tongue, throat and mouth etc. but word, parts of speech, sentence, ‎subject and predicate, article, number, gender, tense, voice and punctuation as like as other ‎chapters have a good combination. When students know and think about as like as linguistic ‎connection of universal grammar from his primary level. At a time, they could be able to listen, ‎speak, read and write of those languages effectively and freely. ‎
yesbkash018857088629HR3QD2D77
4140unreadM.Sc. in Entomology+8801641609471Patuakhali Science and Technology Universitysadiqul.ag.pstu@gmail.comDumki, Patuakhali, Barishal, BangladeshTaxonomic Identification and Eco-friendly Management of Dark Winged Fungus Gnat (Diptera: Sciaridae) Found on Mushroom in PatuakhaliYesN/AN/ACAM001
4241unreadM.Sc. in Civil Engineering+601136097832Universiti Malaysia Pahangkamrulhasan5262@gmail.comLebuhraya Tun Razak 26300 Gambang, Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia1. TUSDID SABUR TOHFA, M.Sc. in Civil Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, tohfa.civil@gmail.com
2. RASHIDA FERDAUS, M.Sc. in Civil Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, rashida.civil@gmail.com
An experimental study on the performance of concrete incorporating rice husk ash and metakaolin as partial cement replacementRecycling agricultural waste could have a significant positive impact on the environment and bring considerable economic benefits. Therefore, rice husk ash (RHA), a by-product of the rice industry, and metakaolin (MK), a mineral extracted from refined kaolin clay, which is not a by-product but is found to be useful in improving durability properties, were used as partial cement replacements with proportions of 10, 20 and 30% in concrete. The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of RHA and MK on the fresh, hardened, and durability properties of concrete. For this purpose, workability, compressive strength, water absorption, heat of hydration, and an accelerated corrosion test with impressed voltage were performed and analyzed. The test results showed that the addition of 10, 20, and 30% RHA and MK to the concrete reduced the workability by 4.02, 14.42, and 17.73%, respectively. Moreover, adding RHA and MK reduced the water absorption and the heat of hydration of concrete. However, the compressive strength with a 20% replacement showed a maximum strength of 38.86 MPa after 60 days. In the corrosion tests, the use of RHA and MK at 20% and 30% replacement effectively improved the corrosion resistance of the concrete. The result summarises that 20% RHA and MK incorporation in concrete gives an acceptable result as supplementary cementing material. This study suggests that using RHA and MK in concrete could be an excellent combination for producing sustainable, economical, and environmentally friendly concrete in the construction industry.yesNobKash018440720129HR7QEN307
4342unreadBachelor's (ongoing)+8801865428937Shahjalal University of Science and Technologymasudul51@student.sust.eduHouse no-69. Lakecity R/A. Neharipara. Post- Akhaliya. Sylhet-3100.Using TikTok as a Criminal Pathway: A Study in Dhaka CityNowadays, many more people use cyberspace for various purposes, leading to a rise in crimes relating to social media as well. The involvement of some social media in crimes like violence against women is increasing. This particular study focuses on how some social media, especially TikTok, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube, provide a platform as a way to exercise violence against women. Variables were identified from renowned and trustworthy news media of Bangladesh namely The Daily Prothom Alo, The Daily Star, Bangladesh Pratidin, Dhaka Tribune, and The Business Standard from September 2020 to June 2022. On the basis of variables, ten TikTok video makers from Dhaka city were interviewed through a semi-structured questionnaire. The study attempted to identify how crimes are being committed against girls using TikTok. The research found that there are various temptations to allure girls, and teenage gangs play a major role. Young girls have been facing various challenges in the lure of becoming TikTok stars. The study is expected to make the concerned authorities aware of the need to control cyber-spaces like social media to diminish the misuse of these platforms and reduce violence against women in the country.YesYesBkash, 27/08/2022, 9:29pm+88013127257119HR7QU7X01
4443unreadUndergrade, BSS in Sociology01956452095Jagannath University, Dhaka, Bangladeshjabintasmin7823@gmail.comDhaka, BangladeshSithi Mukherjee
Undergrade, BSS in Sociology
Jagannath University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
01795-615368
sithimukherjee2@gmail.com
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Title: Reduction of Gender-based Violation in Developing Countries to Achieve PacifismAbstract: Gender-based violence is one of the most prevalent human rights violations in the world. There are plenty of causes of violence such as discriminate social structure, stereotyping, alcohol and drug addiction, poverty and social exclusion, misconduct, abuse or exploitation and moral degradation. We can identify violence behavior in every sector of living mechanisms as economic, domestic, political, education, health, freedom of expression.

According to, “An Integrated Model for Violence Causality”, people face violence in terms of structural, institutional, interpersonal and individual. We need to implement the strategy and framework of legal protection of victims against any kind of violence and spread social awareness which will create a specialized comprehensive assistance infrastructure system throughout both in Bangladesh and other parts of the world which will provide access to medical, psychological and legal assistance. This will help to develop prevention programs which will establish zero tolerance towards violence.
YesNoBkash018440720129HR0QX4HWS
4544unreadGraduate From Chittagong University & Running Masters Program.+8801859973733Research Assistant at Jamal Nazrul Islam Research Centre for Mathematics and Physical Science, University of Chittagong, Chittagong, Bangladesh.drhabib1216@gmail.comKhulshi, chattagramChittagong University hallSVM-Based Learning System for Social Network Operators Depression DetectionSVM-Based Learning System for Social Network Operators Depression DetectionyesyesCMC202230As a CLUB member References (CUMC) Chittagong University Math ClubCMC202230
4645unreadBSc in ICT01703515800Studentsmh6367828@gmail.com3510Md. Tofael Ahmed, Associate Professor, Department of Information and Communication Technology, Comilla UniversityConvolutional Neural Network for White Blood Cell ClassificationYesNo490Syful Islam
4746unreadBachelor of Science in Engineering (B.Sc.Eng.)+8801711109485Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science and Technology Universityakibshafinadnanacce6th@gmail.comKhulna, BangladeshAhmed Munim, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science and Technology University
Mahzabin Sultana Badhon, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science and Technology University
Israt Jahan Nisa, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science and Technology University
Novel and low-cost hydroxyl-eggshell (ES-OH) for the rapid and effective removal of arsenic from groundwater in BangladeshOut of 64 districts in Bangladesh, groundwater in 50 and 59 districts has levels of As that exceed Bangladesh's (50 g/L) and WHO's (10 g/L) drinkable water guidelines, respectively. To preserve human health, it is vital to develop economical and efficient methods for removing As from drinking water. Coagulation–flocculation, adsorption, ion exchange, electrochemical conversion, and membrane technologies are among the currently accessible technologies, which require high initial and ongoing costs, as well as skilled manpower. Among the adsorbents used in adsorption techniques for As removal, the most novel of them is eggshells. This research focuses on eggshell waste to create a material with low cost and high As removal capacity from aqueous solutions. In this removal technique, the As removal mechanism by ES-OH was caused by vladimirite precipitation, followed by weak electrostatic interactions between the precipitate and arsenate ions, which was discovered by using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), scanning electron microscopy with energy dispersive X-ray detector (SEM-EDS), and X-ray diffraction (XRD). The process was described by the pseudo-second-order model, and the Langmuir model predicted that the greatest amount of arsenic that could be removed in less than 15 minutes was 529 mg g-1 of ES-OH. In summary, the findings of this work indicate that ES-OH is remarkably successful in removing As from aqueous solutions and that it may be a financially viable and environmentally responsible sorbent for the treatment of As-contaminated water, particularly in developing nations.YesYesbKash+88017111094859HS8RPIZGM
4847unreadHSC+905525037484Undergraduate Student, Department of Physics, Bilkent Universitymuhaymin.ph@gmail.com77. Yurt, Bilkent Merkez Kampus, Universiteler Mah., Cankaya, Ankara, Turkey - 06800Habitability of the Earth's Solar Transit Zone ExoplanetsThe transit method is one of the most effective methods of detecting exoplanets. Using ground-based or space-based telescopes, we can observe transits of exoplanets in front of the host star. Additional spectroscopic observations enable us to characterize the transiting exoplanets. Some authors have asked the question from a different viewpoint: from which exoplanets the Earth can be seen as a transiting planet? In this work, I extend that question and seek the habitability of those exoplanets in the Earth's solar transit zone. Using the Gaia DR3 and TESS data, I list exoplanets and their host stars in the Earth's solar transit zone. Then I filtered out the exoplanets only in the habitable zone and with terrestrial features. This list is significant for the search for extraterrestrial life. Assuming that the extraterrestrials are intelligent to an extent similar to us and are also trying to find us, these stars and exoplanets deserve much more attention since they have the most probability of finding us or trying to find us. This study concludes with a case study of chosen exoplanets and their characterization.YesBank Transfer, 28.08.2022, 17:06:46TR32 0006 7010 0000 0060 8088 22ETTN: 7f41330d-f2a2-4f49-9d39-20c0c085d7a5, SIRA NO/ID : 925-239037 / 2398015850472
4948unreadBachelor of Pharmacy01537502886Bangladesh Universityrahmansajidur81@gmail.com292, Mogbazar, Dhaka, Bangladesh1. Mohaiminul Islam Turjo
Department of Pharmacy
Bangladesh University
2. Ahmad Muddasser
Department of Social Work
Tejgaon College, Dhaka
Hospitals and clinics' contamination of water in Dhaka city and how it influences the health of the patientsWater is often referred to as the "liquid of life" because, without water, there would be no life
on earth. To keep ourselves alive, just like all other living things, we have to take in water.
On the other hand, if this pattern continues to worsen, nobody will be able to live a healthy
life. Because patients typically have compromised immune systems during their
hospitalization, the contamination of the hospital's or a clinical healthcare facility's water
supply poses a significant threat to each patient.
There have been many concerns lodged in our nation over the dirty water supply present in
most hospitals. Because of this, we are facing new challenges in this area these days. People
in Bangladesh try to avoid going to hospitals for a variety of reasons, including the poor
hygiene management in hospitals and care facilities, the terrible conditions of the toilets, the
dirty floors, the foul smell in the air, the overcrowding, the noise, the "unfriendly behavior by
nurses and doctors," and the rising cost of medical care. Another reason is the increasing cost
of medical bills. Because of this, the initial step in our research will be to identify the bacteria prevalent across
hospitals by doing biochemical tests and sequencing DNA, where we will observe the
presence or absence of water-born pathogens on these drinking, usable water. In the second
and final step, we will observe randomized patients with some waterborne diseases test
typhoid (Widal test), Cholera (Rapid Cholera dipstick test), Dysentery (Blood and stool test),
Hepatitis (HCV antibody test).
From this study, we want to see if the hospital water is really contaminated and if it is, how it impacts patients' health by drinking this water. Also, we will try to focus on how much patient directly use hospital or clinics' water by doing statistical analysis.
YesI am Sajidur Rahman Akash, the campus ambassador of Songhomitra which also the club partner of the competition. I hope we can participate without the registration fee.
5049unreadBachelor of Social Science in Economics01860899957Department of Economics, University of Dhaka, Bangladeshazmeerdip@gmail.comFlat: D-9, Rams Unity, 52/6 West Raja Bazar, PanthapathNABangladesh-Myanmar Military Buildup: A One-sided Arms RaceDrawing from the historical relationship between Bangladesh and Myanmar based on cross-border refugee displacement, border disputes, and military standoffs, we study a possible case of an arms race based on a shared trend of increasing military expenditure between the two nations. Based on yearly data from 1973 to 2018, resorting to the vector error correction model, the results provide uni-directional short and long-run causalities from Myanmar's military expenditure to Bangladesh's. Based on the estimates and contentious issues spanning the last five decades from this analysis, the paper argues that there exists a unilateral threat perception by Bangladesh concerning Myanmar.YesYesBkash018608999579HS8RUN030
5150unreadB.Sc in Environmental Science and Technology+8801779826676Studentalinur_140223@just.edu.bdKaliganj-7350Indoor air quality assessment of the classroom environment in Dhaka City, Bangladesh.
5251unreadBSS in Political Science01757517769Studentajmarialamnatasha25@gmail.com1800,Manikganj SadarJIhadur Rahman
Student
Comparison of the Impact on Bangladeshi Health Workers in the Context of Covid 19YesNo
5352unreadMasters01316080854Department of Food Microbiology, Faculty of Nutrition and Food Science, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Patuakhali-8602, Bangladesh.banna.nfs.pstu@gmail.com8602Name: M. A. Rifat, M.Sc.
Affiliation: Department of Global Public Health, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.
Name: Professor Md Shafiqul Islam Khan
Affiliation: Department of Food Microbiology, Faculty of Nutrition and Food Science, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Patuakhali-8602, Bangladesh.
Nutritional Value of Dry Fish in Bangladesh and Its Potential Contribution to Address Malnutrition: A ReviewIntroduction: Understanding the linkage between nutrient composition of foods (such as dry fish) and individuals’ recommended nutrient intake (RNI) is important to address malnutrition. Objectives: Therefore, this study reviewed the nutrient composition of dry fish and estimates its potential contribution to address nutritional deficiencies among children and women in Bangladesh. Methods: Records were collected from six databases. Data were extracted from 48 articles containing 1128 entries regarding nutrient composition. Results: Most of the nutrient analysis estimated the proximate composition whereas vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and fatty acids compositions were scarce in the literature. According to available data, we found dry fish have high protein and mineral content and could highly contribute to meet the RNI of protein, iron, zinc, and calcium for children and women. Conclusion: The summarized nutrient composition data could be useful for further research to observe how dry fish could be best utilized to address malnutrition in Bangladesh.NoNo
5453unreadBachelor of Science in Nutrition & Food Science+8801869732602An Undergrad student of the Faculty of Nutrition and Food Science, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Patuakhali 8602, Bangladeshtazrian.abid@gmail.comDumki 8602, PatuakhaliMd. Hasan Al Banna, MSc, Department of Food Microbiology, Faculty of Nutrition and Food Science, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Patuakhali 8602, Bangladesh.
Tasnu Ara, MSc, Department of Food and Nutrition, College of Home Economics, Azimpur, Dhaka 1205, Bangladesh.
Food neophobia and its association with sociodemographic factors and food preferences among Bangladeshi university students: Evidence from a cross-sectional study.Introduction: Food neophobia (FN), characterized as a reluctance to eating and/or avoiding new foods, is a personality trait that affects a person's choice of foods. There is no study on FN among university students in Bangladesh. Objectives: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the FN and its association with sociodemographic factors and food preferences among a sample of university students in Bangladesh. Methods: 500 university students participated in this cross-sectional study. A face-to-face interview technique with a structured questionnaire was used to obtain data. Results: FN was predominantly present in Bangladeshi university students. The linear regression model showed the following factors were associated with FN: being female, underweight, overweight, family income, having food allergy, and history of sickness after consuming new food. Conclusions: University authorities should arrange nutrition education programs to reduce students’ FN so that they can maintain healthy dietary habits and consume a variety of foods.No.No.bKash01869732602
5554unreadBSS Hon's 3rd year 6th semester01309228989rakibulhp29@gmail.comMuktijoddha Ziaur Rahman Hall, University of DhakaMd. Habibur Rahman, BSS Hon's 3rd year 6th semester,
habibbssdu@gmail.com,
Muktijoddha Ziaur Rahman Hall, University of Dhaka
SURPLUS LABOR GENERATED BY WAGE DISCRIMINATION; ITS ULTIMATE CONSUMERS AND SUFFERERS.This paper intends to find out several types of wage discriminations ongoing in Bangladesh and its effects on the lives of the laborers. It also tries to find out how the surplus benefits the owner class and ultimately results into more social discrimination. We will focus on the two decade timeline from 2002 to 2022 and selected 5 types of occupations where labors are least paid. By collecting information about their wage and its changing rate in the given time period, the paper will try to estimate about the surplus generated by the owners and how that’s adding value to the society. The paper will also study about the facts that, whether or not the wage the laborers get are sufficient for completing their basic needs. Finally, is it bringing any change in the overall society of the country.yesyesBkash, 30/08/2022, 10:53017584035929HU9SW6B0R
5655unreadUndergraduate+8801843743438Department of Economics, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladeshkrithika58@student.sust.edu3100Md Shahriar Mahmud
Department of Economics, Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Sylhet , Bangladesh.
Mobile: +8801793836616
Email: shahriarsusmoy@gmail.com
Jahin Siddiqui
Department of Economics, Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh.
Mobile: +8801645364237
Email: jahinsiddiqui8583@gmail.com
Md Samun Zia Ridoy
Department of Economics, Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Sylhet , Bangladesh.
Mobile: +8801860771806
Email: ridoy206119@gmail.com
Food Security in Bangladesh: A myth or reality?YesYesbKash+88016453642379HU6SYBRWE
5756unreadBSS HONOURS+8801647084258Political Science, National University, Habiganj, Bangladesh.sajidmahmud953@gmail.comVill: Satiajury, P.O: Satiajury, Post Coad: 3301, P.S: Chunarughat, Dis: Habiganj, Div: Sylhet.Homestead Gardening and Family Nutrition Security in Rural Bangladesh.Yes.Bkash+88017608763359HU3SQGLJD
5857unreadBSc undergraduate in Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (3rd year)01726763656Jedni Akter Jotyjednijoty10@gmail.comPC58+C4P, Municipal Road, Laxmibazar, Old DhakaNot availableBiological clock : The root of prevention of various diseases.
Let's explore the rhythmical beauty of human body.
Every cell of human body possesses natural timing device ‘Biological Clock’ regulating the circadian cycle following a 24 hours cycle. Disruption of clock leads to various diseases. Correlation between clock cycle & diabetes is focused here.
Islets clock involves in production of insulin. People involved in shift work can have disrupted biological clock that can result into ‘Type 2 Diabetes’.
Islets clock regulates gene expression involving glucose sensing, insulin secretion & disruption in genes can leads to dysfunction of beta cell resulting Type 2 Diabetes.
Resetting or by maintaining biological clock, Diabetes can be prevented & prevention is better than cure.
Exposure to constant light, high sugar and fats in meal, delayed meal, irregular sleeping cycle are the causes.
Maintaining routine life, balanced meal, exercise can improve biological clock and prevent Diabetes.
Biological clock can prevent Type 2 Diabetes & act as root of prevention of various diseases like this.
YesYesBkash015807192979HU3T1WZXN
5958unreadBSc Honor's+8801628891230Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka-1100sadia.jaman.jemima@gmail.comSibu market, Fatullah, Narayanganj-1420Name:Susmita Chowhan,
Affiliation: Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka-1100 and

Name: MD.Rimon Parves
Affiliation: PhD candidate, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Homology Modelling & Molecular Dynamics-Based Insights of Few Iron Acquisition Systems of Acinetobacter baumanniiBackground: Among 32 virulence factors available in multidrug resistant Acinetobacter baumannii, iron acquisition factor was selected as the targeted virulence factor due to their contribution to pathogenicity. The growth, respiration, ETC cycle, and biofilm formation of this deadliest pathogen is largely affected by iron micronutrient.
Aim: The comprehensive framework explains the structural insights of iron acquisition system proteins that has not been resolved yet.
Methodology:
We attempted to study few components of iron acquisition systems using homology modelling and 100 ns molecular dynamics study. The predicted models of BAUC, BAUE, BAUD, and BAUF proteins were assessed through Alpha fold, Rosetta, and Tr-Rosetta. The structure modelling was done ranging between 2 angstroms to 4 angstroms.
Findings: The insightful information about protein structure was extracted.
Conclusion: Successful analysis of the corresponding proteins can shed light in designing and developing therapeutics for reducing the percentage of bloodstream infections and ensuring health-related SDGs.
YesYesBkash018746031049HU8SXYA4E
6059unreadUndergraduate student+8801532361559Department of Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka, Bangladeshhadona2000@gmail.com169/9/1-Ka, Pathonibash R/A, West Dholaipar, Shyampur, Dhaka-12041. Israt khan Ananya, Undergraduate Student, Department of Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
2. Maymun Nahar, Undergraduate Student, Department of Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
3. Ashiq Ullah, Undergraduate Student, Department of Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Sleep-Stress-Diet (SSD) Ecosystems – a foreseeable resilient phenomenon in the post-pandemic eraAbstract:

Quality of life (QOL) is an eminent attribute that does not only denote individual health but also characterizes
the socio-economic aspects of the country. As listed in the Lower and middle-income countries (LMIC),
Bangladesh is facing tremendous challenges in non-communicable disease management, which can cause two-
thirds of the total mortality. Previous investigations depict that there is a crystal clear relationship between
sleep, stress, and diet that can certainly trigger non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular diseases,
chronic kidney and liver diseases, obesity, hypertension, cancer, and metabolic disorders. Especially in the post-
pandemic time, the sleep-stress-diet (SSD) ecosystem has been shifted from the regular lifestyle which
frighteningly increases the disease burden. Our poster is presenting a review of the scientific literature about the
SSD system and the impact of a healthy lifestyle to mitigate the illness. However, we would like to aware
people of the SSD network in the standard of living.
YesYesbkash+88019061044509HU8T2LDAI
6160unreadM.Sc.01316080854Department of Food Microbiology, Faculty of Nutrition and Food Science, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Patuakhali-8602, Bangladesh.banna.nfs.pstu@gmail.com8602Name: M. A. Rifat, M.Sc.

Affiliation: Department of Global Public Health, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.

Name: Professor Md Shafiqul Islam Khan

Affiliation: Department of Food Microbiology, Faculty of Nutrition and Food Science, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Patuakhali-8602, Bangladesh.
Nutritional Value of Dry Fish in Bangladesh and Its Potential Contribution to Address Malnutrition: A ReviewIntroduction: Understanding the linkage between nutrient composition of foods (such as dry fish) and individuals’ recommended nutrient intake (RNI) is important to address malnutrition. Objectives: Therefore, this study reviewed the nutrient composition of dry fish and estimates its potential contribution to address nutritional deficiencies among children and women in Bangladesh. Methods: Records were collected from six databases. Data were extracted from 48 articles containing 1128 entries regarding nutrient composition. Results: Most of the nutrient analysis estimated the proximate composition whereas vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and fatty acids compositions were scarce in the literature. According to available data, we found dry fish have high protein and mineral content and could highly contribute to meet the RNI of protein, iron, zinc, and calcium for children and women. Conclusion: The summarized nutrient composition data could be useful for further research to observe how dry fish could be best utilized to address malnutrition in Bangladesh.NoNobKash, 30/08/2022, 05:55pm.019700909119HU7T90JYV
6261unreadBachelor of Science in Nutrition & Food Science+8801869732602An Undergrad student of the Faculty of Nutrition and Food Science, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Patuakhali 8602, Bangladeshtazrian.abid@gmail.comDumki 8602, PatuakhaliMd. Hasan Al Banna, MSc, Department of Food Microbiology, Faculty of Nutrition and Food Science, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Patuakhali, Bangladesh.
Tasnu Ara, Msc, Department of Food and Nutrition, College of Home Economics, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Food neophobia and its association with sociodemographic factors and food preferences among Bangladeshi university students: Evidence from a cross-sectional study.Introduction: Food neophobia (FN), characterized as a reluctance to eating and/or avoiding new foods, is a personality trait that affects a person's choice of foods. There is no study on FN among university students in Bangladesh. Objectives: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the FN and its association with sociodemographic factors and food preferences among a sample of university students in Bangladesh. Methods: 500 university students participated in this cross-sectional study. A face-to-face interview technique with a structured questionnaire was used to obtain data. Results: FN was predominantly present in Bangladeshi university students. The linear regression model showed the following factors were associated with FN: being female, underweight, overweight, family income, having food allergy, and history of sickness after consuming new food. Conclusions: University authorities should arrange nutrition education programs to reduce students’ FN so that they can maintain healthy dietary habits and consume a variety of foods.No.Yes.bKash018697326029HU1T9B51V
6362unreadThird year, 1st semester01719357769Department of Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka, Bangladeshridwanarimi53@gmail.com5/A, Meradia Road, Sipahibagh, Khilgaon, Dhaka-1219Co-author details:
1. Afrida Tabassum
Degree-Third year, 1st semester
Affiliation-Department of Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

2. Humayra Afroz Dona
Degree-Third year, 1st semester
Affiliation-Department of Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

3. Jedni Akter Joty
Degree-Third year, 1st semester
Affiliation-Department of Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Plastic: A sluggish slayer;
Embrayon of breast cancerous layer
Plastics, the indispensable and persistent materials being used in most of the goods from water bottles, food containers to eyeglass lenses in our daily life. Plastics cause pernicious effects on health including neurodevelopmental issues, infertility, cancer, etc. Harmful chemicals like phthalates, BPA (bisphenol-A), etc being leached from the plastic food container when heated or other plastic stuffs become carcinogenic for humans and is highly involved in causing breast cancer. Bisphenols from plastic leaching exert estrogenic effects and are found in canned and plastic-wrapped foods, food packaging, and plastic ware. Mechanistically, bisphenols bind to the estrogen receptor (ER) and activate gene expression associated with cell proliferation and breast cancer. Therefore, it became a great concern that should get attention. However, we would like to aware people by demotivating to use plastics & motivating them to use environment-friendly packaging systems and keep watercress on a regular diet and many more ways.YesYesBkash (Merchant number)018440720129HU1TF5AEN
6463unreadMaster in Sociology+8801911709758University of Barishalrubimorium@gmail.comH-1530 BCC, Jabbar Miar Goli, Shahabuddin Complex, Police Line, Barisal-8200, BangladeshN/AState of climate victims in Barishal slum areasClimate-induced rural living loss and sequent rural-urban migration may be a common state of affairs in today's developing countries. However, little is presently acknowledged concerning the dynamics of the method of climate-displaced migration and, therefore, the experiences of associated migrants. It is often an effort to grasp how poor 'climate victims' understand their urban conditions in hydro-geophysical and socio-economic terms. Therefore, this analysis has tried to answer queries like to what extent the 'climate victims' aspirations have been consummated once migration and whether or not their vulnerability to completely different hazards is different from their previous conditions. It argues that they face additional threats than other forms of migrants because of the variations in their monetary, header capacities, and academic qualification. With the fast rate of urbanization and global climate change, this is often the time to spot such migrants and produce them beneath separate plans.Yesbkash+88019117097589HU5TFHCWP
6564unreadBSS(Hon`s) in Economics and Banking01858795506Undergrade Student, Department of Economics & Banking, International Islamic University Chittagong.nuraibimirza@gmail.comGorakghata,Moheshkhali, Cox's Bazar. Postal Code: 4710Abdullah Akib , Undergrade Student, Department of Economics & Banking, International Islamic University Chittagong.An empirical analysis of the contribution of Zakat to achieving economic
growth in the last 50 years in Bangladesh.
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This study aims to analyze the contribution of Zakat to economic growth in the last 50 years in Bangladesh.
In a point of the fact that Zakat is a religious text on wealth annually to specific receivers. As it moves
toward income redistribution and increases the aggregate demand, Zakat can be an economic growth factor
in Muslim countries like Bangladesh. This study is based on time-series data from the last 50 years of
Bangladesh. The Partial Least Square Regression Model is used to estimate the contribution of Zakat to
achieving economic growth in Bangladesh which is supported by SPSS. The findings provide evidence that
Zakat impulses economic growth. The findings have significant implications for the economic policy in
Muslim developing countries. The Govt. should interfere in both Zakat collection and distribution.
Therefore, the contribution of Zakat to economic growth will be higher.
Keywords: Zakat; economic growth; contribution; Bangladesh; income redistribution; developing.
Yes.YesECFC-202215Economics & Banking Club, IIUC. Female chapter.ECFC-202215
6665unreadB.Sc in CSE01853667155Fonder, Amar Dokan, B.Sc in CSE, Varendra University Rajshahi, Bangladeshsabbiralshafio@gmail.comRajshahi, 5 no lane,Siroil coloni,rajshahiMd.Sabbir al shafi
Fonder, Amar Dokan
B.Sc in CSE,
Varendra University
Rajshahi, Bangladesh

Mahmudul Hasan
CEO at Amar Dokan
.NET Developer at ASTGD
B.Sc in CSE
Varendra University
Rajshahi, Bangladesh

MD. SHADMAN SAQUIB
CMO, Amar Dokan
Marketer at Amazon
B.Sc in CSE
Varendra University
Rajshahi, Bangladesh

A.K.M. Rashid Been Aziz
CMO, Amar Dokan
B.Sc in CSE
Varendra University
Rajshahi, Bangladesh
Amar Dokan the Business media platformStatistics showed that 80% of entrepreneurs fail within the first 18 months, 10% service with ERP, and 5% do remarkable. fail to differentiate the market, proper forecasting, expertise in running a business, cash flow, inventory management, integrated ERP, website and applications and Lack of patience in business competition Are the main reasons for falling a business.
Our goal is to bring stability to the supply chain so that we can bring down the failure rate of entrepreneurs. “Amar Dokan" is a business media platform to connect customers, Entrepreneurs, and other Business entities. this platform is developed with 3 fields shopping, ERP modules, and Investment. Here people will develop their profile according to their role play in the business field like Facebook and LinkedIn. Using machine learning, blockchain technology, and Ai we can solve discussed problems. The outcome of this project could support global efforts in improving industrialization.
YesYesBkash018536671559HV2TMK99I
6766unreadB.Sc.Ag.(Hons.)+8801880838930Bangladesh Agricultural Universitya.k.nikson@gmail.com22021. Ridwan Ahmed Rahat
01317801543
rarahat15@gmail.com
Bangladesh Agricultural University

2.Zahin Hassan
+8801767727468
zshafin@gmail.com
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Biologically Enhanced Carbon Sequestration: Towards A Next Generation ApproachGlobal warming is a major source of the greenhouse gases (GHGs) emission. Among all GHGs, Carbon dioxide (CO2) solely contributes to 76% of human caused GHG emissions, which persists in the atmosphere for prolonged period. So far, different research approaches have been undertaken to mitigate excess CO2 emission from the atmosphere. Previous research focused on energy efficiency and conservation, especially on low or carbon-free energy solution, and capturing as well as storing CO2 from fossil fuel combustion or directly from the atmosphere. However, a lion share of CO2 emission comes from agricultural activities. To this end, biologically enhanced agricultural management (BEAM) technology appeared as a plausible way in CO2 sequestration in soil profiles. BEAM technology involves multitrophic interaction of human, animal, insect pests and microbes. Minimum tillage, zero tillage, alternate cultivation of deep root crops, application of biofertilizer, microbes assisted soil health management are all important components of BEAM technology. Moreover, successful synergy from agroforestry practices could revolutionize BEAM efforts to reduce CO2 emissions. It is expected that BEAM technology will lead the next generation carbon sequestration and appear as a real-world problem solver.YesYesbKash+88018808389309HU6TIE4FQ
6867unreadB.Sc in EEE+8801792310114Department of EEE, American International University-Bangladesh, Bangladeshsamiul.borno@gmail.comSheroil kolony 5th no. goly, Ghoramara, Boalia, Rajshahi-6100A convenient method for renewable energy generation from a Smart Hybrid Solar Power System integrated with Sustainable Earth-Battery.Day by day, human life being dependent on advanced technologies and power is being a part of our modern living. To sustain in a technological world there must be needed power and there will arise the main problem where human civilization is going to face a power crisis in the near future. It is the fact that power-producing fuel resources are limited in nature also, there is a negative impact on earth when the fuels get burned to get energy. In this concern, scientists are searching for sustainable green energy for the betterment of planet earth. The proposed hybrid renewable energy system could be an alternative solution for the future world. This proposed project is based on the hybrid model which is the combination of photovoltaic cells and the newly introduced renewable energy source 'Earth-Battery'. This hybrid power model can be a backup for a general solar panel as there have some limitations to solar power. So, consumers can get sufficient power than conventional Solar power also, the battery service life can be extended than previously as two renewable sources are merged to supply the needed energy.YesN/ABkash, Sending date: 31-08-2022, Time: 9.33am017923101149HV6TP2P0A
6968unreadMaster in Business Administration (MBA)01551812631Department of Marketing, University of Dhakatanzina.mkt@gmail.comKalam building (3rd floor), B Block, 08/A, Shamsher para, Chadgaon Residential Area, Bahaddarhat, Chittagong-4212.Md. Abul Kalam Azad, PHD
Professor, Department of Business and Technology Management, Islamic University of Technology, Board Bazar, Gazipur, 1704, BANGLADESH
Religiosity & Bank Earnings Management: Revisiting International EvidenceThe modernization theory predicts a sharp declining effect of institutionalized religion on the person’s behavior owing to the widespread economic development. Based on this prediction, we examine the influence of religious norms on bank earnings management behavior with regard to ongoing economic development. We use 20,715 bank-year observations from eight geographical regions for 2007-2021. Our study discards the prediction of the modernization theory and reveals that banks located in countries with high religiosity are less likely to manage their reported earnings. Specifically, conventional banks are found to be less prone to this practice than that of their Islamic counterparts. Moreover, religiosity has greater effects on the accounting manipulation in the crisis period than in the post-crisis one. Lastly, the cross-regional differences in religious values bring differential effects on this unethical practice. Our results are robust with the alternative measures of earnings management and alternative model specifications to address possible endogeneity.

Keywords: Religiosity, bank earnings management, economic development & Modernization theory.
Yes, I do.Yes, I want the individual certificate for each co-author.bkash, 31-08-2022, 12:25 pm019639290079HV1TUTJ2H
7069unreadComputer Science and Engineering01864135185Muhammad Irfan Uddin Alifirfanuddinalif221@outlook.comBus Terminal Connecting Road, ChittagongRestaurant business and economic relations and impact with current Rising commodity pricesYesECFC-202215
7170unreadMasters(Running)+905345462320masudpervez288@gmail.comAnayurt apt. Mevlana mahallesi, Talas, Kayseri, Turkey.Technology, corruption and Foreign direct investment in economic growth process: A VECM approachYesYes
7271unreadB.Sc. in Agriculture (Hons.)01781488522Faculty of Agriculture, Patuakhali Science and Technology Universityanirbansaha042@gmail.comPatuakhali Science and Technology University, Dumki, Patuakhali -8602, Bangladesh1. Rawnak Jahan Anika
Faculty of Agriculture,
Patuakhali Science and
Technology University

2. Prova Sen
Faculty of Agriculture,
Patuakhali Science and
Technology University
Regenerative Agriculture : Role of Agriculture in Climate RestorationYesYesBkash017893168359HV4U4G586
7372unreadMBBS+8801857331135Chittagong Medical CollegeFaisalchwdhr@gmail.comChittagong Medical College Boys' Hostel, Chawkbazar, Chittagong, BangladeshDr. Panchanan Acharjee, Department of Psychiatry, Chittagong Medical College
Shinjan Saha, MBBS, Chittagong Medical College
Sara Binte Kibria, MBBS, Chittagong Medical College
Pa􀀃ern of Internet Use and Gaming Behavior among Bangladeshi Young People During COVID-19The research was a descriptive, cross-sectional, web-based study, mixed method study used to determine the detailed sociodemographic factors, problematic online and video gaming behavior, and internet and video gaming pattern features. Online interviews were conducted on the willing participants for the qualitative section. SPSS program 26 was used to examine the data, as well as descriptive statistics and logistic regression.
The study had 311 participants, with 56% males and a mean age of 21.63. 56.3% of respondents had problematic social media use, 8.4% had problematic internet-based sexual pleasure-seeking, 15.8% had problematic video gaming, and 1.6% had problematic online purchasing. Logistic regression found significant indicators for these problematic uses, including greater consuming time for problematic social media, online shopping, and internet sexual material use. Facebook was most popular social media (25%). Most respondents (72.50%) didn't say how they consume sexual content online. Most participants bought food online (28.80%) and favored online games (37.10%). Most respondents reported having behavior problems for at least 6 months, about three times as often as those with less time. The qualitative section demonstrated an increased dependency on the internet and games, affecting mental and physical health.
The study's findings demonstrate reliance on the internet and video games to adapt to the pandemic's conditions. The development of effective interventional methods is critical for preventing problematic use of these services.
YesYesBkash, Date- 31-8-2022, Time: 18:33+88018573311359HV1U61TF5
7473unreadBachelor's of Information Technology+60107678076International Islamic University Malaysiazannat.nahreen@gmail.comArte Plus @Jalan Ampang , T1-08-10Md. Ahmarul Islam Chowdhury , Computer Science Engineering
ahmar582001@gmail.com

BRAC University , Bangladesh
WeCare:A technological approach for Alzheimer's patientsAlzheimer's disease impairs a person's ability to recognise familiar locations and individuals.Even in the early stages of it is normal for a person with dementia to wander,feel disoriented,or confused about their environment.They often get lost in location and face problems.Whilewandering is frequent, it can be harmful even fatal and the stress associated with this riskweighs heavily on caregivers and family members.It can be hard for their children,family members or caregivers to provide constant care and maintain track of the patient at times.However,now living in a digital age,the exponential rise of ICT (information and communication technology) along with the blessing of HCI (Human Computer Interaction) is eroding digitaldivides and borders. With the support of modern technologies, mobile applications and smart
authors intend to design a smart watch for Alzheimer's patients and a mobile app for theauthorized caregiver.The patient will wear that watch which will have a sim inside it.So, if thepatient wants to visit anywhere,the risks of getting lost in the way will be minimized. The watchwill be connected with the app and in case of any emergency such as a patient going out ofrange or unknown place it will directly notify the app user so they can immediately track thepatient and take necessary action. Besides, the watch will have a very minimalistic approach asit will be designed for elderly people , so they will not face any obstacles in using it. Also ,for this reason it will be cost effective as well. Thus , authors believe that it will satisfy SDG goal 3which is good health and well being.
Keywords: Alzheimer patient, Smart watch, mobile application,tracked location,digital well being
YesYesBkash019257949379HV1U79KX7
7574unreadBSc Honours01833392798Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka-1100sweetygebjnu@gmail.comHolding no: 3655,Haji villa, B-block Merajnagar, police station:Kadamtali, Postal Code 1236, Dhaka, BangladeshName:Md.Mehedi Hasan Ridoy
Affiliation :Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology,Jagannath University, Dhaka-1100,

Name:Susmita Chowhan
Affiliation :Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka -1100,

Name:Sadia Jaman
Affiliation:Department Of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka-1100
Bio-filter: An Innovative Composite of an ornamental plant and microalgae pave the way of solving air pollutionAir pollution is global anxiety as it is associated with at least seven million premature deaths per year and accounted for one-eighth of the global death. Air is subsequently polluted by vehicle smoke along with industrial emissions should be reduced to overcome this universal threat. Our idea is to make a filtration system that is convenient to use, biodegradable, environment-friendly, and cost-effective. On that occasion, we propose to make a composite of extracted fiber from snake plant ( Dracaena trifasciata) and microalgae biomass, that can capable of purifying outdoor as well as indoor air pollutants. As a proof of concept, algal biomass can utilize oxides of Nitrogen, Sulfur, Oxygen, and heavy metals while the snake plant fiber is exhibiting elevated tolerance against temperature due to the high percentage of holocellulse. Therefore, this composite can filter pollutants from vehicles endpoint as well as industrial emission routes in a sustainable manner.   

Key-words: Bio-filter, snake plant, algal biomass, composite, holocellulose
YesYesBkash01641-5429549HT8SQG3KA
7675unreadUndergraduate, 1st year01759176149Physics discipline, Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladeshsadianity1456@gmailPurbadutta khila, Rupganj bazar-2440, Barhatta, Netrokona, BangladeshMahedul Islam (Physics discipline, Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh)
Mohammad Abu Jasem (Physics discipline, Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh)
A greener way to future energy resourcesEnergy can never be created nor be destroyed. It only can transfer from one to other form of energy. There are many methods of transferring energy one to other form for doing our daily works. But Some methods are threatening to us. Scientists noticed that the planet will warm up an average of 3 degrees Celsius (5.4 degrees Fahrenheit) this century .It will be bad for human, bad for ecosystem. Here our aim is to negotiate about how to prevent the increase of the average temperature of the world and about greener energy resources. We will present the greener way in which the required energy will be confirmed and the environment will not be harmed.YesYesBKash, 31st August,2022( 7:38pm)017591761499HV2U9DOPU
7776unreadBSc Honors01641-542954Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka-1100prashantabhattacharjee135@gmail.comHolind no 45/3 Kayettuli, Bongshal,Dhaka-3400Name:Sadia Jaman.
Affiliation: Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka-1100,

Name:Susmita Chowhan.
Affiliation :Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka-1100

Name:Amina Khatun Sweety.
Affiliation:Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Jagannath University, Dhaka-1100
Flora-spray: a sustainable substitute of chemical mosquito repellents available in the country.Conventional mosquito repellents are composed of chemical derivatives which are used in confrontation against Aedes, Anopheles, Culex, and as well as other vector species. Hence, these compounds have a detrimental effect on insects; they can cause critical health hazards to human health as well as domestic animals. On that occasion, a sustainable eco-friendly alternative is an urgent need. Our idea is to present a phytochemical-based flora-spray formulation that can effectively kill the mosquitoes as well as safe for domestic use. Prior experiment depicts that several plant-derived compounds like thymol, alkaloids, flavonoids, and other phenolics exhibit the larvicidal effects (growth inhibition, abnormalities in the reproductive system, and so on) of the disease-causing vectors. Moreover, these active plant ingredients have very lower or zero intervention in human health and household animals. It is noteworthy to convert the plant ingredient into a spray that can act as a sustainable tool for insect control and mitigate the disease burden.

Key-words: Flora-spray, Insect repellent, chemical derivatives, health hazard, larvicidal effect.
YesYesBKash01641-5429549HT4SPI1NY
7877unreadB.Sc. (Hons.) in Agriculture (appearing)01786841467Faculty of Agriculture, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Dumki, Patuakhali-8602; Barishal, Bangladesharifur.rahaman5ai@gmail.comBahadur Lodge, New College Road, Boddo para, Barishal Sadar, Barishal-8200Farzana Yeasmin Tithi
Faculty of Agriculture
Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Dumki, Patuakhali-8602
01795018818
farzanayeasmintithi@gmail.com
Mymensing, 2200
Mymensing
Bangladesh
Communication Bridge among universities, research organizations & farmers and Internship for students.YesYesCampus ambassador (IBPSTU202214)
7978unreadBSS(Hons.) in Economics and Banking01857330588Undergrade Student, Department of Economics & Banking, International Islamic University Chittagongsurovi1215@gmail.comChittagong Sadar, Chawkbazar(4203)Nuraibi Alam Naila, BSS(Hon's) in Economics & Banking
Phone Number:- 01858795506
Email:- nuraibimirza@gmail.com
Gorakghata postal Code:(4710), Gorakghata,Moheshkhali, Cox's Bazar
Unplanned International Trade affect Domestic Industry and arise High Inequality in societyThis paper addresses this subject, surveying the empirical findings on the impact of unplanned international trade on domestic industry & arise inequalities from various perspectives in the society. The survey reveals that an increase in unplanned trade by LDCs appears to have contributed to narrowing the development gap vis-à-vis LDCs, while
its impacts on income gap. The impacts of increased unplanned trade or trade liberalization on within-country inequalities and negative effect on domestic industry are mixed. One reason for the mixed findings is the impact of other factors affecting inequalities, including labor market conditions, inflow of capital, and policy reforms.

The COVID-19 pandemic, which has triggered an unheard economic and social crisis, it highlighted the dramatic changes and consequences of pre-existing inequalities and led to further increases in levels of inequality, as the most disadvantaged of over populated countries have been the hardest hit.

Government needs to implement appropriate policies to deal with the inequalities and improvement in domestic industry. Because it will be create a self-sufficiency in domestic market that leads a healthy economy.
YesYesECFC-202215Economics & Banking Club, IIUC, Female chapterECFC-202215
8079unreadUndergraduate01720266314BSS (Hons) at Department of Criminology, University of Dhakamubtaseemnower@gmail.com1st Floor Rightside Apartment, Building No-3 (Shejuti), Teachers Quarter, Dhaka Residential Model College, Mohammadpur, Dhaka-1207Impact of Social Media on Community Violence and CountermeasuresEvery Bangladeshi-born child was taught about incredible communal harmony at some point in their lives. But as time passed, communal harmony became more and more fragile as vandalism and similar hate crimes struck minorities. As this is the modern era of the peak of technological advancement, people are prone to using social media as a tool in almost every aspect of their lives. Social media has contributed to various hate speeches and crimes against religious and ethnic minorities. Through the analysis of secondary documents and selected case studies, this presentation aims to explore how social media can foster hatred and provoke communal violence. Additionally, an array of recommendable steps and policies will be discussed.YesbKash, 31/08/22, 09:08 pm017202663149HV9UDHMJD
8180unreadUndergraduate ( Studying)01632765014Doctor of Veterinary Medicine(DVM), Faculty of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Khanpura, Babugonj, Barishal, Bangladeshmahamudhasan129@gmail.comBabuganj- 8210SK Kamruzzaman,
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine,
Faculty of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine,
Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Khanpura, Babugonj - 8210, Barishal, Bangladesh
+880 1787-413334
sk.kamruzzaman1301@gmail.com
Sanitary means to be taken for reducing health hazards related to animal handling and slaughterYesYesCampus ambassadorIBPSTU202214
8281unreadB.Sc. in Agriculture (Hons.)01781903499Patuakhali Science and Technology Universitybiswasashish098@gmail.com8602Md Khaleduzzaman, B.Sc. in Nutrition and Food Science (Hons.), Patuakhali Science and Technology University
S. M. Riaz-us Saleheen, B.Sc. in Agriculture(Hons.), Patuakhali Science and Technology University
The potential threat of food waste to global warmingYesYesPSTUCC-202223not applicablenot applicable
8382unreadBSS, Sociology, third year, 6th semester+8801317750216University of Dhakaaudrisamayel@gmail.comMalibagh Chowdhury Para,Shahid Baki Sarak, Dhaka-1219Sristi Chakma, Prama Dewan
University of Dhaka
An Analysis of Career Prospects and Hurdles Encountered by Female
Students Regarding Two Conventional Education Systems in
Bangladesh: A study Conducted in Several Places of Dhaka North City
Corporation
Students in Bangladesh, especially females, confront a myriad of issues. This paper aims to
propose a descriptive study of the various terms to address the parameters of female students'
job prospects with their educational backgrounds. The research was conducted in eight
regions of the Dhaka North City Corporation including Uttara, Mohammadpur, Rampura,
Tejgaon, Badda, Gulshan, Mirpur, and Banani along with the obstacles they encounter when
entering the work fields. The study links their educational choices to their socioeconomic
backgrounds including interlocutors' relationships, context formality, and participation. The
hypothesis is related to 'whether educational backgrounds can influence job interest regarding
the female students'. This article used a quantitative research approach to collect primary data
from both Madrasah and mainstream students in the Dhaka North City Corporation via a
survey questionnaire. Nevertheless, some quantitative data was used as a priori to enrich the
analytical part of the survey findings. Female students in Bangladesh face numerous
obstacles in seeking employment and madrasa adds another hindrance to the existing
discriminatory structure. Furthermore, many socio-economic impediments play a significant
role in this scenario. By using SPSS analysis of chi-square, we discovered that educational
backgrounds can significantly (≤0.05) influence job interests. Madrasa level education has
5% interest in entering the job fields where the mainstream level has a far much-increased
rate with 46%. The mainstream was found to be extremely more significant. The study will
describe the situation to determine the best method for resolving the existing uneven scenario
for female students in both educational systems. This research also urges policymakers to
take more action and growth in this area including the job demands.
Keywords: Madrasa, mainstream, job interest, field of job sectors, career opportunities,
challenges, educational background, curriculum policies, Human capital theory, GAD, WAD,
WID, Pedagogy of the oppressed.
yesyesbKash,9.43 PM, 31/8/22+88013177502169HV3UETBRR
8483unreadB.Sc01739331460Md Zahid Hasan ; Department of Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, University of Chittagong, Bangladeshmdzahidhasanacce.cu@gmail.com4331MD. NOYON MONI; Department of Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh
Munira Akter; Department of Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh
Md Ariful Islam; Department of Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh
Antibacterial and Antioxidant Activity of Marine Sponges from the Bay of BengalYesYesBkash018142351189HV1UF8OEF
8584unreadB.Sc. in Civil Engineering01641783201Sylhet Engineering Collegefahim.sec.civil.4@gmail.com49,Showdagortula,SylhetName: Md. Abid Ashraf
Email: abidash03@gmail.com
Phone: 01620807971
B.Sc. in CSE
Sylhet Engineering College

Partho Protim Das
parthoprotim715@gmail.com
01706499255
B.Sc. in Civil Engineering
Sylhet Engineering College
Intelligence Traffic Management System for BangladeshYesYes---
8685unreadBSS in Economics & Banking+8801537276751Economics & Banking, International Islamic University Chittagongtshihab6@gmail.com41001. Md Aziz, Economics & Banking, International Islamic University Chittagong

2. Mohammad Sariful Islam, Economics & Banking, International Islamic University Chittagong
Workers' remittance and Dutch disease in developing countriesabstract has not been ready yet will be added with the final paperYesYesBkash017670038669HV3UG2HJ9
8786unreadBSS Hons 3rd year in political science01690-033822raisabd25@gmail.comPaharika housing society, Chittagong University campus , Hathazari, Chattogram-4331Bay of Bengal,area of major power contestationYesYesBKash, 10:05pm, 31.08.10017787075789HV5UFKDED
8887unread4rth year,1st semester01982762870Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Jagannath University Dhakab170608032@geb.jnu.ac.bd1NewEskaton,building name-Oriental bongshal,DhakaCo-author details:
1. Motahara Farhan Anjum
4th Year, 1st Semester
Department Of Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology
Jagannath University Dhaka
2. G.M.Shahria
3rd Year, 1st Semester
Department Of Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology
Jagannath University Dhaka
3. Md. Sazzad Hossain
3rd Year, 1st Semester
Department Of Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology
Jagannath University Dhaka
Infinity fuel;fuel made from plastics,ensuring affordable and clean energy.Plastic is one of the causes which is responsible for environmental pollution because it degrades very slowly. Nowadays, we need a large amount of fuel which has to be cost-effective. The idea is to produce fuel from plastic which will meet up the SDG of affordable and clean energy.
The name of our product is "Infinite Fuel" which is a biofuel and can be manufactured by pyrolysis of plastics. Waste plastics will be in pre-treatment to remove impurities. Then it is to be transferred to a plastic shredder which will cut the plastics into smaller pieces. Then these pieces will be condensed in a densifier. After that these condensed plastics will undergoes pyrolysis in a plastic chamber at 450 degree celcius, in the presence of catalysts and absence of oxygen. This will convert the plastics into gas. This gas will be transferred to the condenser and will convert gas into the liquid. When it will be put in the oil refinery chamber we will get 80% oil which can be used for heating materials in ceramic factories, can be used for generating electricity through a generator, and can be processed into diesel. It will reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and also reduce the risk of water pollution.
YesYesOnline(Bikash)016262249109HV0UGLSIC
8988unreadBSS (Hon's)in Economics and Banking01857330588Undergraduate Student, Department of Economics & Banking, International Islamic University Chittagongsurovi1215@gmail.comChittagong Sadar, Chawkbazar(4203)Nuraibi Alam Naila
BSS (Hon's)in Economics and Banking
Mobile Number:- 01858795506
Email:- nuraibimirza@gmail.com
Gorakghata postal Code:4710
Gorakghata, Moheshkhali, Cox's Bazar
Advertisement creates a barrier: Analysis from the Islamic PerspectiveThe fundamental objectives of most marketing maximize business survival, increase profits and growths. Advertising is one of the promotional tools that were used to introduce the new products to the markets to bring awareness among people.

In this modern society, majority of the organizations used false promises in their advertisement to
attract customers by manipulating them through ads also the way ads presentation use photography, music, dance, nudity etc. However in Islam, honesty is very important as those advertising that make false promises are prohibited. A strict Islamic perspective, ads must follow ethical standards outlined in the Quran and the Hadith, i.e., traditions of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
This paper analyze impact on the advertising from an Islamic perspective in Bangladesh as a Muslim country and criticize the modern ads as artificial barriers.
YesYesECFC-202215Economics & Banking Club, IIUC, Female chapterECFC-202215
9089unreadUndergraduate (Zoology)01568162802Department of Zoology, National University, Gazipur, Dhaka.arefine.mimi7757@gmail.comBasundhara R/A ,Mayor road , HALISHAHAR , CHATTAGRAM.Borhan Biswas Romon, Research scholar, Department of Genetic Engineering and biotechnology, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh.
Paba, Rajshashi.
A review of Nonvenomous snake in Bangladesh.The word snake is the cause of fear in human life. For hundreds of years before we realized whether they were non-venomous or venomous, we had encoded in our neurons that all snakes were venomous. There are many superstitions about this snake. As a result, non-venomous snakes are being killed at the highest rate. Nonvenomous snake is really harmful!
Due to geo-natural features, there are many species of non-venomous snakes in a small country like Bangladesh. Among the snakes found in Bangladesh, 75 percent of the snakes are non-venomous. These venomous snakes play an important role in our environment and agriculture.
Researched at the field level in all regions of Bangladesh, We found the overall status of non-venomous snakes in Bangladesh.
It is impossible to stop this killing due to lack of clear and correct knowledge of common people. Proper knowledge about snakes can stop this snake killing.
yesyesBkash, at 10.39pm on 31 August,2022016774144579HV4UGLZ7U
9190unreadUndergraduate student at BIochemistry & Molecular Biology Discipline+8801648415767Dept:Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science and Technology University,Gopalganj, District: Mymensing; Bangladesh;sujonbsmrstu17bmb40@gmail.comVillage: Susuty; Post Office : Aneyatpur; Upazilla:Fulbaria; Postal code: 2216; Zilla:Mymensingh1.Tanvir Khan
village: Aralpost; Post office: Sanmania; upazila: Kapasia; postal Code:1730; Zill: Gazipur
Email: tanvirkhantk767@gmail.com
Phone: 01568007785
Undergraduate student

2.Name: Al Amin
Village: Ghagra, post Office: Jadhunathpur_2052, Thana: Dhanbari , District: Tangail.
Email: alamin17bmb@gmail.com
Phone: 01776307269
Undergraduate student
Spider silk-derived biomaterials: therapeutic approaches for burn tissue repair and nerve cell regenerationIn the past few decades, spider silk and recombinant silk have been investigated for a variety of applications because of their outstanding strength, toughness, elasticity, biocompatibility, biodegradability, and nonimmunogenicity. Spider silks are attracting growing interest for possible tissue engineering and biological uses as biomaterials. Despite its popularity, spider silk is difficult to harvest and farm, making industrial production costly. Recombinant spider silk proteins and their high processability have led to current biological uses. Recombinant spider silk synthesis in various hosts and the creation of spider silks with a variety of morphologies through various assembly and processing techniques were both made possible by biotechnology. This review focuses on spider silk biomaterials for tissue engineering, specifically burn tissue regeneration and nerve cell repair. In conclusion, the multiple applications of spider silk in in vitro and in vivo tissue engineering are discussed.YesYesbKash; date:31/08/2022 10:48 PM+88016484157679HV9UGQ1AV
9291unreadHonours first year01708905423Patuakhali science and technology universityaditisarkar019@gmail.comKhulna City, Khulna, Bangladesh1.Naymul Ahmed Kathan
2.Rasmin Suriya
3.Usama Ahnaf
Patuakhali science and technology university
Right of street childrenWant to work with street children about no poverty and zero hungerYesYesWant to work on street children to know about their living and daily food01708905423See202228
9392unreadB.sc in Agriculture (hons)01721613407Faculty of Agriculture (Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Dumki -8602) Baroshal, BangladeshHasib.ag.pstu@gmail.com245021. Nusrat dristy
B.sc in Agriculture
Faculty of agriculture
Patuakhali science and technology University.
2. Asif Al Mahmud
B.sc in Agriculture
Faculty of agriculture
Patuakhali science and technology University
Sustainable farming for food security and employment opportunities under climate change adaptation by implementing Floating cultivation.Yes.Yes.Bkash017216134079HV3UGYCLP
9493unread3rd year,1st semester01757537210Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Jagannath University Dhakab180608019@geb.jnu.ac.bdHouse no: 528 Road no: 09 West Nakhalpara Tejgaon Dhaka 1215Co-authors details:
1. Md. Sazzad Hossain
3rd Year, 1st Semester
Department Of Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology
Jagannath University Dhaka
2. G.M.Shahria
3rd Year, 1st Semester
Department Of Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology
Jagannath University Dhaka
3. Motahara Farhan Anjum
4th Year, 1st Semester
Department Of Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology
Jagannath University Dhaka
"Beet-Eat"; an amazing nutraceuticals that is full of nutrients and will provide numerous health benefits. It ensure the SDG-'Good health and well being'.Malnutrition is a common problem and public health concern in Bangladesh. Nutraceuticals can be used to overcome this problem. The idea is to produce nutritional drinks from organic vegetables and fruits.
The name of our product is "Beet-Eat". It will be manufactured from beetroots, carrots, lemons, and ginger. This drink will be rich in calcium necessary for developing and maintaining strong bones and also preventing osteoporosis. It will also be loaded with iron for proper oxygen transport in the blood. The drink will contain a high amount of potassium, which helps in the transmission of nerve impulses. An antioxidant called 'Betalain' will also be provided by this drink which will protect cell damage and act as an anticancer agent. Long-lasting energy will be provided by consuming this drink as it will contain a high amount of nitrates. Having high content of fiber will provide a healthy digestive system.
The idea will fulfill the SDG's good health and well-being.
The basic steps of manufacturing "Beet-Eat" are, blending organic beetroots with pressed ginger which will provide a deliciously soft, warm, and spicy taste. Carrot extract and lime juice will also be added to produce a lighter, sweeter taste and also a refreshing flavor.
YesYesOnline(Bikash)016262249109HV5UGYKWX
9594unreadB.Sc in Computer Science and Engineering(ongoing)01712687080Military Institute of Science and Technologymd.sazzatul.islam.anik@gmail.com5840Rifa Sanjida, MBBS(Ongoing), Army Medical College BoguraTOWARDS DEVELOPING SMART OPTOMETRIST FOR THE DIAGNOSIS
OF AMBLYOPIA AT EARLY AGE
Amblyopia is a common disorder of eye in child, which leads to blindness, if it is not treated in early childhood. Amblyopia can be cured easily by tratment but the main challenge is the diagnosis. Amblyopia develops abruptly from birth up to age 7 years, So, a child needs continuous eye observation from its birth, but it is not possible because of the shortage of the
ophthalmologist. So, we have proposed a mobile based application which will continuously observe a child from its birthand notify parents whether it is developing Amblyopia or not.
YESYESBkash, Time: 10:44 PM, Date: 31/08/2022017126870809HV4UGM6PU
9695unreadHonrs 4 th year.01754462168Jannatul Ferdosusumaiya1@gmail.comDewanbazar, didarmarket, Chittagong.Umme Sumaiya, Jannatul Ferdos.Environmental problems and conservation approach to coastal biodiversity of Saint Martin island.The Saint Martin Island is the only Coral bearing Offshore island of Bangladesh .This tiny island in the Bay of Bengal is located at about 10 km South from the south-eastern most tip of the mainland and lies between 20° 35`and 20°39 ` North latitude and 92°18`and 92° 21 `East longitude. It is situated in the tip of the Cox's Bazar- teknaf peninsula and forming the southern most part of Bangladesh.There is a small adjoining island that is separated at high tide called Chera dip. It is about 8 km west of the Northwest coast of Myanmar at the mouth of the Naf river.YesYesCAM001 (M J Ferdos)CAM001 (M J Ferdos)CAM001 (M J Ferdos)
9796unreadBachelor of Architecture(B.Arch)01796638269Tanya Karim NR Khan & Associatesisrat.arch@gmail.comHOUSE 41, ROAD N/3, BLOCK –H, EASTERN HOUSING, MIRPUR, DHAKA-1216, BANGLADESH1. Farzana Faiza, Master of Architecture(M.Arch), Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Affiliation - Adhoc Construction Supervision Consultant, Bangladesh Army
2. Mahabubur Rahman , Architecture department, University of Asia Pacific, Dhaka, Bangladesh
The inevitable chain reaction to our demise: Urbanization boosting to the contemporary context in the southern region of BangladeshUrbanization always requires new fabrication of settlements, infrastructures, industries, and vegetation including numbers of cities and people in urban and rural areas. The recent establishment of the Padma Bridge has brought mobility and prospects to about 30 million people living in the southern region of Bangladesh. However, if this growth is not curated cautiously, it can bring about many complexities and reduce the overall quality of life. This paper emphasizes the effect of raising urbanization and design parameters of urban formation and observations on changes to the surrounding Padma bridge.YESYESbkash017451592949HV3TZRZTX
9897unreadUndergraduate Student, 4th year ongoing, Major in Economics01851253752isratshithi1688@gmail.com1207A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY
ON CHILD MORTALITY AND ITS DETERMINANTS IN
BANGLADESH
Abstract:
Child mortality is a vital index of child health and overall public development.
According to the Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey, the neonatal mortality rate was 28 per thousand live births in 2014 and 30 per thousand live births in 2017(,2).
The current child mortality rate for Bangladesh in 2022 is22.614 deaths per 1000 live births, a4.47 decline from 2021. The child mortality rate for Bangladesh in 2021 was 23.672 deaths per 1000 live births, a 4.28 decline from 2020.
At this stage, it's hence important to identify the determinants of child mortality in order to reduce this rate. The end of this study is to identify the determinants associated with child mortality in Bangladesh.
This study used data from the DHS data( demographic and health Survey).
As an econometric model, Probit Model will be used.
Child Mortality will be as dependent variable and other variables like Wealth, Child Mortality, Mothers Age, Father’s education and Division will be used as an independent variables.
Yesbkash018440720129HV8UDYVUO
9998unreadUnder Grad.+8801910029303Patukhali Science and Technology Universityrabbani.hasib.urh@gmail.com8602Jahidul Islam, Jeebitesh Mondal, Joy BaiddhoSoil Conservation and Sustainable agricultural Practices in Coastal areas of Bangladesh.yes.yesNot ApplicableNot Applicable.PSTUYMC202224
10099unreadHonors 4th Year01726582926Jannatul Ferdosferdoscu1998@gmail.comUniversity of Chittagong, University of Chittagong.NoAn integrated watershed visualization using GIS and RS techniques, a case study in the northeast part of Chittagong City Corporation.An integrated watershed visualization using GIS and RS techniques, a case study in the northeast part of Chittagong City Corporation.YesCAM001 (M J Ferdos)0172658292601726582926 CAM001 (M J Ferdos)
101100unreadDepartment: Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Chittagong, Chittagong, Bangladesh.01517188150Md. Rafiquel Islam, Shamim Ahmmed, Raufu Rahman, Peyal Ahamedrafiq115958@gmail.com4331Shamim Ahmmed, Raufu Rahman
Department: Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Chittagong, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Plastic pollution and Management systems of Chittagong University.Although the invention of plastic is considered a blessing for modern life, today plastic overuse, low biodegradability and widespread mismanagement have resulted in plastic now becoming ubiquitous in all environmental parts and responsible for massive pollution of air, soil and water bodies.
Bangladesh is no exception, although efforts have been made to assess the volume of plastic waste and the consequences of unregulated plastic use, which is a commendable initiative in the current context. The study is based on a critical review of existing literature from a global perspective. It has been observed that in Chittagong University, a reputed public university in Bangladesh, plastic is also being used at an uncontrolled rate and the plastic thrown away after use is causing environmental pollution. In this article, we will discuss the areas of excess plastic use in Chittagong University and how to save the plastic used in these places so that they do not harm the environment.
YesYesBKash01517188150
102101unreadB.Sc(Hons) in Environmental Science and Disaster Management01720486804Level -1, Semester -2, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Dumki, Patuakhali, Bangladeshalihasanjihadi5@gmail.comAbdul Kader Road, South Barguna, Ward No :6, Post Code:87001.Shreya Saha
Level -1, Semester -2
Faculty of Environmental Science and Disaster Management
Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Dumki, Patuakhali, Bangladesh
Mobile : 01533143995
E-mail :ssaha2586@gmail.com
2.Jahid Hasan
Level -1, Semester -2
Faculty of Environmental Science and Disaster Management
Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Dumki, Patuakhali, Bangladesh
Mobile: 01518909754
Email : jahidhasan.pstu.esdm@gmail.com

3.Anuruddha Sharker Joy
Level -1, Semester -2
Faculty of Environmental Science and Disaster Management
Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Dunki, Patuakhali, Bangladesh
Mobile : 01521584847
Email : anuruddhasharkerjoy9063@gmail.com
A Survey On Ground Water Depletion in Urban area and The Solution is Rain Water HarvestingGround water depletion is a serious problem for people's life in urban and emerging urban areas. According to analysis, the elevation of groundwater level in the center of Dhaka City decrease to roughly -100 meters in 2021 and -132 meters in 2030.

From 3 meters/year, the present rate of ground water decline will grow to 4.2 meters/year. So our team has developed a plan of rain water harvesting to eliminate the problem of ground water depletion.
YesYesFreeFreeSee202228
103102unreadBachelor01521776569mamunabdullah2881@gmail.com4203,Chawkbazar, ChattogramYeasin Mahmud Rifat, Mohammad Bin Tousif, Masud HasanScavenging birds : A silent helper of urban ecosystem.Yes,I want.YesThrough campuss ambassadorCAM001( Mamun)
104103unreadDepartment: Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Chittagong, Chittagong, Bangladesh.01517188150Md. Rafiquel Islam, Shamim Ahmmed, Raufu Rahman, Peyal Ahamedrafiq115958@gmail.com4331Shamim Ahmmed, Raufu Rahman
Department: Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Chittagong, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Plastic pollution and Management systems of Chittagong University.Although the invention of plastic is considered a blessing for modern life, today plastic overuse, low biodegradability and widespread mismanagement have resulted in plastic now becoming ubiquitous in all environmental parts and responsible for massive pollution of air, soil and water bodies. Bangladesh is no exception, although efforts have been made to assess the volume of plastic waste and the consequences of unregulated plastic use, which is a commendable initiative in the current context. The study is based on a critical review of existing literature from a global perspective. It has been observed that in Chittagong University, a reputed public university in Bangladesh, plastic is also being used at an uncontrolled rate and the plastic thrown away after use is causing environmental pollution. In this article, we will discuss the areas of excess plastic use in Chittagong University and how to save the plastic used in these places so that they do not harm the environment.YesYesBkash015171881509HV4UH8DFQ
105104unreadBSc Honours in Environmental Science and Disaster Management+8801867231598Patuakhali Science and Technology Universityes.jahin@gmail.comDumki-8602Md. Fardin Hasan
+8801911044402
Patuakhali Science and Technology University,
Tasnim Tamanna Adrita
+8801312246801
Patuakhali Science and Technology University,
Tyeba Tasnim
+8801315850334
Patuakhali Science and Technology University
"Plastic pollution treatment and disposal techniques inside from coastal municipality"YesYesNot applicableNot applicableSee202228
106105unreadUndergraduate01776307269Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Bangabandhu sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science and Technology University, Gopalganj. Dhaka. Bangladesh.alamin17bmb@gmail.comVillage: Ghagra, Post Office: Jadhunathpur-2052, Thana: Dhanbari , District: Tangail.Name : Shahidul Islam, Village: Susuty, Post Office: Aneyatpur, Upazilla: Fulbaria, District: Mymensingh.
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science and Technology University, Gopalganj. Dhaka. Bangladesh,
Email: sujonbsmrstu17bmb40@gmail.com Mobile: 01648415767
Name : Shah Md Tanvir Khan, village: Aral, Post office: Sanmania-1730 ,Upazilla: Kapasia, District: Gazipur
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science and Technology University, Gopalganj. Dhaka. Bangladesh,
Email: tanvirkhantk767@gmail.com Mobile:01568007785
An extensive review of the effects of repeatedly heated cooking oils on the human body: Bangladesh perspectiveYesYesbKash, Date:31/08/22, Time: 11:24 PM017763072699HV7UHDV9H
107106unreadBSS (hons) in Economics & Banking01557460315International Islamic University Chittagongamdadul316@gmail.comSaba Monjil, Purbo farider para , Chandgoan, ChattgramFactors (Taxation and Exchange Rate) Influencing Bank Profitability
in a Developing Economy:
Panel Evidence From Bangladesh
YesYesBkash+880 1628-841001
108107unreadBSS(Hon`s) in Economics and Banking01852171930Undergrade Student, Department of Economics & Banking, International Islamic University Chittagong.abdullahakib2018@gmail.comChittagong, 77, Monuhar Para, North Rampur, Kutub Dewr GulaNuraibi Alam Naila, Undergrade Student, Department of Economics & Banking, International Islamic University Chittagong.Unplanned International trade affect Domestic industry & arise high Inequality in societyYes.YesECFC-202215Economics & Banking Club, IIUC. Female chapter.ECFC-202215
109108unreadBSS(Hon's) in Economics & Banking01685359857International Islamic University ChittagongShifat.iiuc@gmail.com11 No. South Kattali Ward, Sagorika BSCIC Industrial Area, 4219 - Chittagong, BangladeshRevisiting the trade and unemployment nexus: Empirical evidence from the Bangladesh economyFull paper will be attached at the time of submission.YesYesBkash, 31 August,2022016853598579HV2UHLWXY
110109unreadBSS Hons In Economics01557460315International Islamic University Chottagongamdadul316@gmail.comMajar Goli, Furbo Farider Phara, BohadderhatFactors (Taxation and Exchange Rate) Influencing Bank Profitability
in a Developing Economy:
Panel Evidence From Bangladesh
YesYesBkash Date 31 August, Time: 11:47+880 1628-8410019HV8UHOZX4
111110unread4th year (ongoing)01967254192Department of Economics, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladeshisratshithi1688@gmail.com1207Child Marriage and it’s impact on Education: An ultimate barrier to achieve SDG in case of BangladeshYesYesbkash018440720129HV8UDYVUO
112111unreadMasters of Science in Agricultural Economics01777551574Student, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russiafaijul4020@gmail.comHouse-4, Road 11, Block-C, Mirpur-6Sams Jerry RahatFarmer’s perception on vulnerability, risk, coping strategies, community adaptations and adaptations constraints to climate change in the coastal region of BangladeshCoastal farmers' are the first to experience the worst effects of climate-related disasters such as saline intrusion, sea level rise, tidal surges, coastal flooding, and tropical storms. The present study explores the farmer's perception of vulnerability, risk, coping strategies, community adaptations, and adaptation constraints to climate change using data collected from 300 households through structured questionnaires from two districts named Patuakhali and Barguna of Bangladesh. The study revealed that farm households perceived various significant climatic risks, including riverbank erosion, sea-level rise, saline intrusion, crop pest infestation, flood, temperature rise, and animal diseases. The study identified some major community-based adaptation strategies adopted at the farm level to mitigate the negative impacts of climatic risks, such as changing crop variety, seed quality, methods of fertilizer and pesticide dosages, crop types, plating time, farm diversification, poultry and livestock rearing, homestead gardening and diversifying income sources. Farmers' perceptions of weather-related hazards (temperature, excessive rain, and droughts) and production-related risks (high input prices, illnesses, weather, and labour shortages) were categorized in this study. Various coping strategies were explored in the study area, i.e. spending previous savings, sale of livestock and poultry, credit from rural usury, institutional microcredit, sale or mortgage of plots of land, family member migration, bringing school-going children to work, changing occupation. Also, the current study found that households used a variety of devices to obtain information about climatic disasters, including mobile phones, television (TV), radio, the internet, and other sources such as newspapers, agro magazines, agricultural extension services, non-governmental organizations (NGO), and neighbours. Further, this study discovered the households faced several constraints,i.e. high agriculture input prices, lack of information and knowledge, lack of money, lack of water, lack of access to assets, lack of government support, poverty, lack of market access, the insecure land tenure system, shortage of labour, lack of education, poor information of early warning system, poor extension service, and low crop prices. To reduce farmers' vulnerability, we recommend expanding funding for research, farmer training, and targeted extension services that spread climate-smart technologies and knowledge.YesBkash016860903239HV9UHSCE3
113112unreadBSS(Hon's) in Economics & Banking01850115962International Islamic University Chittagongahsanrifaj352@gmail.comBanshbaria 4313Sezanur Rahman Khan OpeeMapping the digital economics literature: a bibliometric analysisyesyesBkash018501159629HV8UHQ46U
114113unreadStudying in BSC Hons in ESDM01784098439PSTUmuzahid362001@gmail.com62201.Name:- Joy Boiddho Cell: 01732637392 University : PSTU
2.Md. Jihad Hossen, Cell: 01703018257 University : PSTU
Yes,of course.Yes,obviously.Not ApplicableNot ApplicablePSTUYMC202224
115114unreadBSS(Hons) IN Economics and Banking01725416269International Islamic University Chittagong.osezanur@gmail.comHalishahar, Chittagong Sadar, Chittagong, Chittagong: 4216Name of co-author: S.M. ASHIQUL ISLAM
Institution: IIUC
Public Debt and Economic Growth Nexus Revisited: Insights from BangladeshFull paper will be attached at the time of submission.Yes, I do.YESBkash01918666824Trx ID: 9HV9UHNS7T
116115unreadGraduated+8801820258345Master's srudentmohammad.nuruddin195@gmail.comiiuc postalCorporate governance and earning management in BangladeshYesYesBkash018202583459HV4UHTFUS
117116unreadUndergraduate01871581908University of Chittagongtuhinaliahmed@gmail.com4100An assessment of the challenges of small-scale innovative entrepreneurs: Bangladesh Perspective.YesYesBkash018715819089I11UHU3LZ
118117unreadBSc Honours in Environmental Science and Disaster Management+8801911044402Patuakhali Science and Technology Universityes.fardinhasan@gmail.comDumki-8602Afia Tahmin Jahin
+8801867231598
Patuakhali Science and Technology University
Climate change adaptation and community based coastal erosion on Kuakata Sea-beachYesYesNot applicableNot applicablePSTUYMC202224
119118unreadBachelor01854867474Studentmdminhajularefin.ier@gmail.com152,Surjsa Sen Hall,DUAbu Bakar Mohammad Safwan,Mehedi HasanCurrent scenario of Implementing National Curriculum 2012,
Challenges and Way Forward to Implement new Curriculum
framework
YesYesUniv VolunteerCA co-ordinatorN/A
120119unreadStudying in BSC Hons in ESDM01784098439PSTUmuzahid362001@gmail.com62201. Joy Boiddho, Cell: 01732637392 University: PSTU
2. MD Jihad Hossen, Cell: 01703018257 University: PSTU
Canal Restoration in Dumki UpazilaYes,of course.Yes,obviously.Not ApplicableNot ApplicablePSTUYMC202224
121120unreadB. Pharm (Hons.)01747116004Department of Pharmacyprojabarua09@gmail.comRashik HaJari lane, Chawkbazar, ChattogramHujjatul Islam , Ripta Dev Nath and Isteak MahinMental health consideration in 21st century, challenges and ensuring healthy lives and promotes well-being for all at all ages.Introduction:

Mental health is a significant factor for a sound and productive life. Mental illness is one of the top ten causes of global disease burden; particularly in lower-income countries (LMIC). It is estimated that mental disorders account for 13% of the global burden of disease (WHO 2008).


Root cause of mental illness:

Biological risk factors:

Poor sleep, Poor response to medication, Genetic vulnerabilities and Drug abuse.

Psychological risk factors:

Poor self-efficacy, Stress and Rumination.

Social risk factors:

Disorganized attachment, Loss of significant relationship and Stigma.

Objectives:

To encourage and promote protective factors and healthy behaviours that can reduce risk factors of mental disorders.

Methods:

1. Free counseling
2. Control drug abuse
3. Mental health promotion and education
4. Awareness campaigns on mental resilience
5. Stop spreading fabricated news through social media
6. Enhancing service quality, consolidate overall health systems, increase health service management, and strengthen monitoring and supervision

Conclusions:

Community awareness for mental health reduces stigma. Mental health awareness increases the chances for early intervention which can brought a revolutionary change & can result in building up a healthy, update & more efficient world.
YesYesBkash, Date: 01.09.2022, Time: 12:10 AM018797323869I19UHYK4J
122121unreadBachelors of Science01823724352Asian University for Womeniffat.mahjabin@auw.edu.bdHalishahar, Chattagram.My Life As a Student & TeacherStudent-teacher relationship is one of the key elements of quality education. A positive relationship between teacher and student can elevate the learning process as well as it can develop his/her personality. A positive relationship can be built by the encouraging attitude, friendly behavior, and by using different teaching tactics for individual students. But many times, the student-teacher relationship gets hindered which results in poor learning outcomes. The scale of negative relationship can be varied. In extreme cases it may result in student bullying, physical or mental abuse, or creative block. In this autoethnography, the effects of positive and negative student-teacher relationship will be explored by discussing my experiences both as a teacher and a student. The negative experiences in my childhood made me an insecure and unconfident person. It took a long time to recover from all the trauma after being in a positive environment and I was able to create the same environment for my students.yesNoRefer Codecuss-202208
123122unreadBachelors of Science01823724352Asian University for Womeniffat.mahjabin@auw.edu.bdHalishahar, Chattagram.My Life as a Student & teacherStudent-teacher relationship is one of the key elements of quality education. A positive relationship between teacher and student can elevate the learning process as well as it can develop his/her personality. A positive relationship can be built by the encouraging attitude, friendly behavior, and by using different teaching tactics for individual students. But many times, the student-teacher relationship gets hindered which results in poor learning outcomes. The scale of negative relationship can be varied. In extreme cases it may result in student bullying, physical or mental abuse, or creative block. In this autoethnography, the effects of positive and negative student-teacher relationship will be explored by discussing my experiences both as a teacher and a student. The negative experiences in my childhood made me an insecure and unconfident person. It took a long time to recover from all the trauma after being in a positive environment and I was able to create the same environment for my students.YesNoRefer Codecuss-202208
124123unreadBachelors of Science01823724352Asian University for Womeniffat.mahjabin@auw.edu.bdHalishahar, Chattagram.Increasing Maternal Health Awareness to Prevent Neonatal Mortality Using Social Ecological Model.Neonatal mortality is a crucial issue all around the world. The causes of these deaths are various but death from birth defects and ranks on the top of the list. According to WHO, 75% of the neonatal deaths occur in the first week of life (WHO, 2022). The first five months of a baby’s life is considered to be the riskiest. The problems are more crucial in countries with lower income. Lack of proper medical support before and after birth of a child makes the whole situation even worse. Many of the causes of neonatal death are preventable. Maternal healthcare awareness is one of such sectors. A little community support and proper education and awareness can actually bring a big change in the statistics of neonatal mortality. In this paper, we would try to develop an intervention using the social ecological model of behavioral science of public health which will bring a positive change in the neonatal mortality in Bangladesh by raising the maternal health awareness.YesNoRefer Codecuss-202208
125124unreadBachelor of Science01624523144nasibarif.bd@gmail.com253-54 Concord Emporium, Katabon, Dhaka 1205Effectiveness of trendy content marketing in B2C model.YesbKash, 05-09-2022, 02:05 pm BST016245231449I5017CBW2