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Md. Manirul Islam
Professor
Department of Animal Science and Nutrition
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Director
Directorate of Farms


About
Qualifications
Publications


Md. Manirul Islam is a faculty with full of interest in teaching, research and training as well. Mr. Islam has completed his Bachelor degree in Animal Husbandry (B. Sc. A. H) from the faculty of Animal Husbandry in 1999 (held in 2001) and masters in Animal Science (MS in Animal Science) from the department of Animal Science in 2003, Bangladesh Agricultural University. He has completed his Ph. D. in Agriculture in 2015 (Animal Nutrition and Feed Science lab, Dissertation: Development of Functional Feed Additives Using Mealworm Larvae Probiotics for Broilers and Pigs) from Suncheon National University, South Korea. He serving as an academic staff since 2004 to date in the department of Animal Science and Nutrition, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, CVASU

 

 

Research Interests

Antibiotic Free Meat Production, Feed Additives, Monogastric, Large and Small Ruminant Nutrition, Functional Meat Production 

 

Teaching

  • Professor, Department of Animal Science and Animal Nutrition, Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Khulshi, Chittagong-4202 from 18.01.2017 to till date.
  • Associate Professor, Department of Animal Science and Animal Nutrition, Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Khulshi, Chittagong-4202 from 31.12.2012 to 17.01.2017.
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Animal Science and Animal Nutrition, Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Khulshi, Chittagong-4202 from 17.12.07 to 31.12.2012
  • Lecturer, Department of Animal Science and Animal Nutrition, Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Chittagong -4202, Bangladesh from 31/12/2003 to 16/12/2007.

 

Administrative

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Director (Farm), Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University from Oct. 23, 2018 to Present

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Lab In-charge, Laboratory of Feed Analysis and Food Safety, Poultry Research and Training Center (PRTC), Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University from July 17, 2017 to Present

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Head, Department of Animal Science and Nutrition, Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University from July 06, 2017 to July 05, 2017

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Director (Farm), Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University from April 10, 2016 to 05 July 2017

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Assistant Provost, Bir Muktijodda MA Hannan Hall, Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University from 2010-2012

 

Others 

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President in CVASU Teachers Association, Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University from March 1, 2019 to Present

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Treasurer in CVASU Teachers Association, Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University for the year 2017-2018.

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Joint Secretary in CVASU Teachers Association, Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University for the year 2016-2017.

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Member Gonotantric Sikkok Forum, Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University

 

 

Teaching: Current Courses

 

Undergraduate

Course Name

Course Code

Department and Faculty

Animal Science

ASN-101

Department of Animal Science and Nutrition, FVM

Zoo and Laboratory Animal Management

ZAM-201

Department of Animal Science and Nutrition, FVM

Meat Science and Animal By-product Technology

MAT-402

Department of Animal Science and Nutrition, FVM

Technology of Meat Products

TMP-202

Department of Animal Science and Nutrition, FFST

 

Masters

Course Name

Course Code

Department

Small Ruminant Production

SRP-601

Department of Animal Science and Nutrition

Livestock Farming and Climate Change

LFC-601

Department of Animal Science and Nutrition

Large Ruminant Production System

LRP-601

Department of Animal Science and Nutrition

Animal By-products and Waste Management

AWM-602

Department of Animal Science and Nutrition

Meat and Meat Products

MMP-602

Department of Animal Science and Nutrition

Wild life Conservation and Environment

WCE-602

Department of Animal Science and Nutrition

 


Contact

Email:
mrislamcvasu@gmail.com
mrislam@cvasu.ac.bd

Cell Phone:   +8801712736518

Fax:    880-031-659620

Location

309, Yousuf Chowdhury Bhaban, Veterinary Medicine/Animal Science and Nutrition/Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University,
Main campus.

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Qualifications


Educational Qualifications

Md. Manirul Islam is a faculty with full of interest in teaching, research and training as well. Mr. Islam has completed his Bachelor degree in Animal Husbandry (B. Sc. A. H) from the faculty of Animal Husbandry in 1999 (held in 2001) and masters in Animal Science (MS in Animal Science) from the department of Animal Science in 2003, Bangladesh Agricultural University. He has completed his Ph. D. in Agriculture in 2015 (Animal Nutrition and Feed Science lab, Dissertation: Development of Functional Feed Additives Using Mealworm Larvae Probiotics for Broilers and Pigs)) from Suncheon National University, South Korea. He serving as an academic staff since 2004 to date in the department of Animal Science and Nutrition, faculty of Veterinary Medicine, CVASU.

 

 

Research Interests:

Antibiotic Free Meat Production, Feed Additives, Monogastric, Large and Small Ruminant Nutrition, Functional Meat Production.


Honours


Publications


  1. S. Ferdouse, M. C. Sumy, M. S. Hossain and M. M. Islam (2020). Production Performance, Meat Quality and Economic Appraisal of Broiler Rearing with Tamarind Leaves. Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural University (Accepted).

 

  1. M. S. Hossain, M. C. Sumy, S. Ferdouse and M. M. Islam (2019). Dietary effects of Dillenia indica leaves on growth performances, blood parameters, carcass characteristics and economic analysis in broilers. BJVAS, 7(1): 65-72.

 

  1. M.C. Sumy and M.M. Islam (2019). Comparative economic analysis of ornamental birds rearing in Chattogram Metropolitan area in Bangladesh. BJVAS, 7(2): 22-29.

 

  1. Islam, M.M and M.C. Sumy (2017). Effects of vegetable oil supplementation on growth performance and carcass characteristics in broilers. BJVAS, 5(2):11-16.

 

  1. Dast Gupta, M., Das, A., M.C Sumy, and M. M. Islam (2017). An explorative study on visitor's behaviour and their effect on the behaviour of primates and Chittagong zoo. BJVAS, 5(2): 24-32.

 

  1. M. M. Islam and C. J. Yang (2016). Efficacy of mealworm and super mealworm larvae probiotics as an alternative to antibiotics in broiler chicks challenged orally with Salmonella and E. coli infection. Poultry Science 96 (1): 27-34.

 

  1. S. T. Ahmed, H.  S. Mun, M. M. Islam, S. Y. Ko and C. J. Yang (2016). Effects of dietary natural and fermented herb combination on growth performance, carcass traits and meat quality in grower-finisher pigs. Meat Science, 122: 7-15.

 

  1. Y. J. Kim, A. B. M. R. Bostami, M. M. Islam, H. S. Mun, S. Y. Ko and C. J. Yang (2016). Effect of fermented Ginkgo biloba and Camelia sinensis-based probiotics on growth performance, immunity and caecal microbiology in broilers. International Journal of Poultry Science 15 (2):62-71.

 

  1. M. M. Islam, H. S. Mun, A.B.M. R. Bostami, K.J. Park and C. J. Yang (2015). Combined active solar and geothermal heating: a renewable and environmentally friendly energy source in pig houses. Environmental Progress and Sustainable Energy 35 (4): 1156-1165.

 

  1. M. M. Islam, H. S. Mun, A.B.M. R. Bostami, S. T. Ahmed, K. J. Park and C. J. Yang (2015). Evaluation of a ground source geothermal heat pump to save energy and reduce CO2 and noxious gas emission in a pig house. Energy and Building, 111:446-454.

 

  1. S. Ahmed, J. Khatun, M. M. Islam, M. K. I. Khan, S. M. Mahmud, M. A. A. Noman, M. Z. Islam (2015). Effect of beef tallow on growth performance, carcass characteristics, meat composition, and lipid profile of growing lambs. J. Adv. Vet. Anim. Res. (published online, Doi: 10.5455/javar.2015.b96).

 

  1. M. M. Islam, S. T. Ahmed, H. S. Mun, Y. B. Kim and C. J. Yang (2015). Use of thermal imaging for the early detection of signs of disease in pigs challenged orally with Salmonella typhimurium and Escherichia coli. Afr. J. Microbiol. Res., 9 (26):1667-1674.

 

  1. M. M. Islam, S. T. Ahmed, H. S. Mun, Y. B. Kim and C. J. Yang (2015). Effect of fermented seaweed by-product supplementation on reproduction of Hanwoo cows and growth and immunity of their calves. Anim. Prod. Sci. (Published online, 8 July, 2015. Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/AN14972).

 

  1. S. T. Ahmed, M. M. Islam, A.B.M. R. Bostami, H. S. Mun, C. J. Yang (2015). Meat composition, fatty acid profile and oxidative stability of meat from broilers supplemented with pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) by-products. Food Chemistry, 188 (1):481-488.

 

  1. M. M. Islam, S. T. Ahmed, S. G. Kim, H. S. Mun and C. J. Yang (2014). Dietary effect of artificial zeolite on performance, immunity, fecal microflora concentration and noxious gas emissions in pigs. Italian Journal of Animal Science 13:830-835.

 

  1. J. A. Hwang, M. M. Islam, S. T. Ahmed, H. S. Mun, K. M. Kim, Y. J. Kim and C. J. Yang (2014). Seamustard (Undaria pinnatifida) improves growth, Immunity, fatty acid profile and reduces cholesterol in Hanwoo steers. Asian-Aust. J. of Anim. Science, 27 (8):1114-1123.

 

  1. J. A. Hwang, M. M. Islam, H. S. Mun, S. T. Ahmed, K. M. Kim, Y. J. Kim and C. J. Yang (2014). Effect of citron by-product fermented with beneficial bacteria as a functional feed additive for Korean native steers. Afr. J. Microbiol. Res. 8(16):1713-1721.

 

  1. M. M. Islam, S. T. Ahmed, Y. J. Kim, H. S. Mun, Y. J. Kim and C. J. Yang (2014). Effect of Sea Tangle (Laminaria japonica) and Charcoal Supplementation as Alternatives to Antibiotics on Growth Performance and Meat Quality of Ducks, Asian-Aust. J. of Anim. Science, 27 (2):217-224.

 

  1. A.B.M. R. Bostami, H. S. Mun, M. M. Islam and C. J. Yang (2015). Effect of ground channel ventilation system on gaseas emissions, air contaminants, performance and behavior of growing pigs during winter season. Journal of Applied Environmental and Biological Science, 5:145-156.

 

  1. A.B.M. R. Bostami, H. S. Mun, M. M. Islam and C. J. Yang (2016). Potential of Geothermal and ground channel system house on reduction of energy consumption and COemissions with maintenance of performance of growing pigs. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, 7(2):8974-8979.

 

  1. A.B.M. R. Bostami, M. M. Islam, H. S. Mun, J. S. Yang and C. J. Yang (2015). Weight grouping as an animal welfare issue on performance, immunity and meat composition in pigs. International Journal of Advanced Research, 3:1607-1618.

 

  1. A.B.M. R. Bostami, M. M. Islam, S. T. Ahmed, H. S. Mun, S. B. Hong and C. J. Yang (2015). Effect of beneficial microorganismas on growth performance, mortality and intestinal microflora in broilers. Global Journal of Microbiology Research 3(2): 126-133.

 

  1. A.B.M. R. Bostami, S. T. Ahmed, M. M. Islam, H. S. Mun, S. Y. Ko, S. S. Kim and C. J. Yang (2015). Growth performance, fecal noxious gas emission and economic efficacy in broilers fed fermented pomegranate byproducts as residue of fruit industry. International Journal of Advanced Research 3(3): 102-114.

 

  1. A.B.M. R. Bostami, S. T. Ahmed, M. M. Islam, H. S. Mun, C. J. Yang (2015). Effect of weight asymmetry on growth performance, carcass
     characteristics and economic analysis in pigs. Global Advanced Research in Agricultural Science 4(1): 006-016.

 

  1. S. T. Ahmed, H.  S. Mun, M. M. Islam, H. Yoe and C. J. Yang (2016). Monitoring activity for early recognition of illness in experimentally infected weaned piglets using RSSI ZigBee-based wireless acceleration sensor. Asian-Aust. J. of Anim. Science 29 (1):149-156.

 

  1. S. T. Ahmed, G. G. Kim, M. M. Islam, H. S. Mun, A.B.M. R. Bostami and C. J. Yang (2015). Effects of dietary chlorine dioxide on growth performance, intestinal and excreta microbiology, and odorous gas emissions from broiler excreta. Journal of Applied Poultry Research 24 (4):502-510.

 

  1. H.  S. Mun, S. T. Ahmed, M. M. Islam, K. J. Park and C. J. Yang (2014). Retrofitting of a pig nursery with an solar heating system to evaluate its ability to save energy and reduce environmental pollution. Engineering in Agriculture, Environment and Food, online 23 March 2015.

 

  1. S. T. Ahmed, H.  S. Mun, M. M. Islam and C. J. Yang (2014). Effects of fermented Corni fructus and fermented kelp on growth performance, meat quality and emission of NH3 and H2S from excreta in broiler chickens. British Poultry Science 55 (6): 745-751.

 

  1. S. T. Ahmed, H.  S. Mun, M. M. Islam, S. S. Kim, J. A. Hwang, Y. J. Kim and C. J. Yang (2014). Effects of Citrus junos by-products fermented with multi-strain probiotics on growth performance, immunity, caecal microbiology, and meat oxidative stability of broilers. British Poultry Science, 55 (4): 540-547.

 

  1. Y. J. Kim, S. T. Ahmed, M. M. Islam and C. J. Yang (2014). Evaluation of Bacillus amyloliquefaciens as manure additive for control of odorous gas emissions from pig slurry. Afr. J. Microbiol. Res. 8(26): 2540-2546.

 

  1. S. T. Ahmed, M. M. Islam, H.  S. Mun, Hyeon-Ju Sim, Ye-Jin Kim and C. J. Yang (2014). Effects of Bacillus amyloliquefaciens as a probiotics stain on growth performance, cecal microflora, and fecal noxious gas emissions of broiler chickens. Poultry Science, 93:1-9.

 

  1. S. T. Ahmed, H. S. Mun, M. M. Islam and C. J. Yang (2014). Growth performance, carcass characteristics and meat quality of Hanwoo steers fed fermented liquid whey inoculated with lactic acid bacteria. African Journal of Microbiology, 8(15): 1601-1609.

 

  1. G. B. Das, M. E. Hossain, M. M. Islam and M. A. Akbar (2014). Meat yield characteristics of broiler fed different levels of palm oil. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science, 43 (2): 112-117.

 

  1. M. C. Sumy, M. K. I. Khan and M. M. Islam (2014). Viability and profitability of different segments in the poultry model chain in Bangladesh. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 26 (10), Article #187.

 

  1. M.S. Bari, A.K.M.H. Kober, M.M. Islam, M.M. Hassan and Torab A (2013). Nutritional quality of ripened jackfruit (artocarpus heterophillus) of bangladesh. Advances in agriculture, sciences and engineering research, Volume 3 (11) Nov: 1258 – 1262.

 

  1. T Bilkis, M M Islam, M C Sumy, M N A Mondal and G M N Uddin (2012). Rapid estimation of quality of raw milk for its suitability for further processing in the dairy industries of Bangladesh. International Journal of Dairy Science, ISSN- 1811-9743/DOI: 10.3923/ijds.2012.

 

  1. M E Hossain, M M Khatun, M M Islam and O F Miazi (2012). Semen characteristics of breeding bulls at the central cattle breeding and dairy farm of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science, Volume 41 (1): 1-5.

 

  1. M Hasanuzzaman, M E Hossain, M M Islam, M R Begum, S Chowdhury and M Z Hossain (2012). Performance of Red Chittagong Cattle in some selected areas of Chittagong districts of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science, Volume 41(1), June 2012. ISSN 0003-3588.

 

  1. M C Sumy, M M Islam and M K I Khan (2012). Comparative study between rice husk and sand incubation techniques for hatching the improved backyard poultry eggs. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 24, Article #10. January 23, 2012, from http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd24/1/sumy24010.htm.

 

  1. M A Hossain, K B Suvo and M M Islam (2011). Performance and economic suitability of three fast- growing broiler strains raised under farming condition in Bangladesh. Int. J. Agril. Res. Innov. & Tech. 1 (1&2): 37-43.  

 

  1. M A Hossain, M M Islam, A F Islam and P A Iji (2011). Constraints to use of all-vegetable feed ingredients and strategies to improve such diets for poultry birds: A review.  Bangladesh Research Publications Journal. 6 (1): 120-135.

 

  1. S Talukder, T Islam, S Sarker and M M Islam (2010). Effects of environment on layer performance. Journal of Bangladesh Agricultural University. 8 (2): 253-258.

 

  1. M C Sumy, M S I Khokon, M M Islam and S Talukder (2010). Study on the socio-economic condition and productive performances of backyard chicken in some selected areas of Pabna district. Journal of Bangladesh Agricultural University. Vol-8 (1), ISSN 1810-3030.

 

 

  1. M M Islam, T A Ferdous and M C Sumy (2009). The Effect of dairy farms on the economic status of farm holders at Chittagong metropolitan area. Eco-friendly agriculture journal, an international journal of agriculture and environmental science. 2: 10: 858-863.
  2.  M A Hossain, S D Chowdhury, B C Roy, O F Miazi and M M Islam (2008). Chemical evaluation of broiler feed (pellet) received from different feed mills in Bangladesh. International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Technology, 4(1): 05-11.

 

  1. M M Islam, M E Hossain, M A Hossain and O F Miazi (2007). Effect of polyethylene glycol on dried Morus indica and Erythrina orientalis leaves. Journal of Bangladesh Agricultural University, 5 (2): 313-320.

 

  1. O F Miazi, M E Hossain, M A Hossain, M A Halim and M M Islam (2007). Adaptation condition of rural farmers toward artificial insemination in Sirajganj district of Bangladesh. International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Technology, (5): 107-112.

 

  1. M A Hossain, B C Roy, M M Islam and M Y Miah (2006). Performance of broiler fed with different commercial compound feeds of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 4(2).

 

  1. M M Islam, M R Amin, M R Alam and A K M A Kabir (2005). Tannin contents in mander leaf (Erythrina orientalis) and its digestibility in vitro. Journal of the Bangladesh Veterinarian, 22(2): 92-98.

 

  1. M M Islam, M R Amin, M R Alam and M C Sumy (2005). Quantification of tannins in Morus indica (mulberry) and effect of PEG (polyethylene glycol) treatment on in vitro organic matter digestibility (IVOMD) and metabolizable energy content. Bangladesh Journal of Livestock Research (BLRI), 12 (1&2): 98-105.

 

  1. M M Islam (2003). Quantification of tannins from Morus indica (Mulberry) and Erythrina orientalis (Mander) and their in vitro digestibility effects on ruminants. MS Thesis. Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Animal Husbandry, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh (June 2003).

 

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