Ms. Shahnaz Sultana
|Name of Degree||Institution||Country|
|M.Phil||University of Chittagong||Bangladesh|
|MS in Sociology||University of Chittagong||Bangladesh|
|BSS||University of Chittagong||Bangladesh|
1) S. Sultana, T. Imam and F. M. I. Ali. Management Practices and Welfare Issues in Commercial Dairy Farms. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Science. (accepted, 2014)
2) S. Sultana, P. Das, M. R. Begum and M. N. Hassan. Womens’ Socioeconomic Status, Performances and rearing Challenges of Goat at Hill side Areas of Chittagong. Eco-friendly Agril. J. 7(12): 172-175, December 2014.
3) M. Alam, S. Sultana, M.M. Hassan, M. Hasanuzzaman and M.S.A. Faruk . Socio-economic status of the farmers and economic analysis of poultry farming at Gazipur District in Bangladesh. International Journal of Natural Science. Vol. 4 Issue. 2, December, 2014.
4) S. K. M. A. Islam, M. Alauddin, M. M. Hassan, S. A. Khan, M. R. Alam, M. B. Hossain, A. S. M. L. Ahasan, A. K. M. Saifuddin, S. Sultana, H. M. Tun, A. H. Shaikat, N. C. Debnath and M. A. Hoque. Biochemical Analysis on Blood and Crop Contents of Household Chickens Along With Their Production and Health Status in Bangladesh. Pakistan Veterinary Journal ISSN: 0253-8318 (PRINT), 2074-7764 (ONLINE) .Accessible at: www.pvj.com.pk 2012.
5) S. Sultana, M.M. Hassan, S.K. Khan, M.A. Hashem, A. Islam. Social condition, productive and reproductive performances of goats in some selected areas of Bangladesh. Eco-Friendly Agriculture Journal. Vol.1 No.3, October, 2008.
6) S. Sultana, S.S.U. Ahmed, M.M. Hassan, K. Mobasser, O.F. Miazi, S.K.M.A. Islam. Frequency of digestive and respiratory disorders of goats in relation to economic status of household farmers. Eco-Friendly Agriculture Journal. Vol. 1 No. 4, November, 2008.
7) S. Sultana, M.M. Rahman, M. Rukonuzzaman, M.A. Halim and M.M. Uddin. Farmers socioeconomic status and common bio-security practicing in poultry farming at selected area of Bangladesh. G-Science: Vol- 4 No- 6, December, 2008.
8) O.F. Miazi, M.M. Uddin, M.M. Hassan, S. Sultana, and S.A. Happy. Socio-economic impact of Black Bengal Goat at Ishwargonj Upazilla of Mymensingh district. G-Science Vol-4 No-6, December, 2008.
9) M. Rukonuzzaman , M.M. Rashid, M.A. Halim, S. Huda and S. Sultana. Adoption of modern rice cultivation technologies by the farmers in a selected area of Bangladesh. Journal of Agricultural Sciences Vol. 34 No-1, 34(1), January, 2007.
10) S.K.M.A. Islam, A.S.M.L. Ahsan, G.C. Chanda, M.R. Alam, A.K.M. Saifuddin, S. Sultana, and M.M. Hassan. A descriptive study on reproductive and productive traits and periparturient events of mare reared at intensive farm condition at Remount Veterinary and Farm Depot. Savar, Dhaka in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Livestock Research. Vol. 14, 1 & 2 (January-June and July-December). 2007.
11) K. Roy, S. Adhikary, M.M. Hassan, S. Sultana. S. Chowdhury, Trypanocidal drug (Isometamidium chloride): Resistance against trypanosome congolense and socio-economic impact on the context of Africa. Eco-Friendly Agriculture Journal. Vol.1 No.5, December, 2008.
12) M.A. Halim, S.K.M. Mannan, M.R. Amin, S. Sultana and K.K. Das. Kowledge possess by the backward livesctock rearer on improved livestock management practices in a selected area of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Technology. 6(2):369-372, July, 2008.
13) M.M. Hassan, O.F. Miazi, S.K.M.A. Islam, S.A. Khan and S. Sultana. Prevalence of mastitis and black quarter in cattle and response to treatment in Khalihati Upazilla, Bangladesh. International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Technology. 3(6): 37-40, December, 2007.
14) F.I. Rumi, M.R. Karim, M.Y.E. Chowdhury, M.A. Halim and S. Sultana. Survey on the potential risk factors of retained placenta and the efficacy of treatment in relation to postpartum fertility of dairy cows. Journal of Subtropical Agricultural Research and Development. Vo. 5 No-4,August 2007.
15) M.M. Hassan, M.A. Hoque, S. Sultana, S.K.M.A. Islam, S. A. Khan and A.K.M. Saifuddin. Socio-economic status of goat keeper in semi-scavenging rearing system at Chittagong, Bangladesh. Eco-Friendly Agriculture Journal. vol. 1 No-4, November, 2008.
16) S. Sultana, T. Imam, and F.M Ali. Management practices and welfare issues in commericial dairy farms in Chittagong. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Science. vol. 3 No-1&2,July, 2015.
17) S. Sultana, T. Imam, M.R. Begum , A. Rahaman and S.K.M.A. Islam. .A study of welfare status of Commercial Dairy Farm Owners and Employees in Chittagong. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Science. vol. 3 No-1&2,July, 2015.
|Professor||06 March 2015||Today|
|Associate Professor||01 May 2009||05 May 2015|
|Assistant Professor||06 June2002||30 April 2009|
|Lecturer||14 December 1995||05 June 2002|
Field of Research Interest
Social work and social welfare
Social Anthropology - Environment & Public Health.
Gender issues and women development
Veterinary Public Health and Epidemiology, ( Organized by : Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, under the , Higher Education link Project .Sponsored by: The British Council -- for participation in the short training program held on 17-19 January 2009 at Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Inter national Workshop on Development of South Asia-specific Integrated Veterinary Undergraduate Curriculum (CVASU) for participation in the workshop held on 27-28 February 2008 at CVASU, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
“Adult Teaching organized by Poultry Research and Training Centre (PRCT). Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University in collaboration with Copenhagen University during 26-28 October 2008.
“The Essential Electronic Agricultural Library” Sponsored and Technical supports by Cornell University, USA and Sathguru, to be started ,24-25 February, 2016.
Research Project Work Experience
Community-based Animal Health Care Services at Chittagong and Noakhali District”. Implementing Agency: Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University funded by DANIDA through RFLDC. (As Research Associate). (Duration-4 years)
Monitoring health and production of semi-scavenging ducks reared under duck model production chain in SLDP based areas or Noakhali District of Bangladesh. (As Co-Investigator, Duration: 18 months). Donor Agency: SLDP-2 and DANIDA.
Life member, Sociology Association