Mr. Sk. Istiaque Ahmed
Department of Fisheries Resources Management,
Faculty of Fisheries,
Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
Sk. Istiaque Ahmed was born in a higher middle class family in one of the coastal districts of Bangladesh named Satkhira. He has proved his academic excellence since the beginning of his early academic life. He was awarded with talent pool scholarshipin primary and junior scholarship examination in class V and class VIII respectively. He achieved GPA-5.00 (in the scale of 5.00) in both SSC and HSC examination from Satkhira Govt. High School & Dhaka Residential Model College in the year 2006 and 2008 respectively. He then got himself admitted in one of the renowned agricultural university of south-east Asia named “Bangladesh Agricultural University” under the academic curriculum of Faculty of Fisheries. He acquired his B.Sc. in Fisheries (Hon’s)degree from there as well as his M.S. degree in the department of Fisheries Management of the same university. He gained a CGPA of 3.945 in the scale of 4.00 in his Bachelor degree & obtained a very rare CGPA of 4.00 in the scale of 4.00 in his MS degree by securing a 1st merit position.
He started his career as a Lecturer Since April 2015in the Department of Fisheries Resources Management, CVASU and holds the same position right now. He has immense research interests in aquatic toxicology, sustainable marine water management, biodiversity study of fisheries resources and climate change impacts on aquatic environment.
Mr. Istiaque has a strong record of research in his area that includes publications of a number of papers in the reputed journals.
1) Ahmed SI,Ahmmed MK, Ghosh SK, Islam MM and Shahjahan M (2015): Histo-architectural Changes of Intestinal Morphology in Zebra Fish (Daniorerio)Exposed to Sumithion.Research in Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries.Vol-2, No-3, 499-506. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3329/ralf.v2i3.26174.
2) Ghosh SK, Ahmmed MK, Ahmed SI, Ahsan MK and Kamal M (2015): Study on the Socio-economic Conditions of the Fishermen in Teknaf: Research in Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries. Vol-2, No-3, 483-489. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3329/ralf.v2i3.26172.
FRP-401: Fisheries Research & Planning
CCF-301: Climate Change & Fisheries
ABC-302: Aquatic Biodiversity & Conservation
ASS-102: Aquatic Soil Science
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