Mohammed Nasir Uddin

Mohammed Nasir Uddin
Bangladesh Agricultural University | BAU · Department of Agricultural Extension Education

PhD in Global Environmental Studies

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Introduction
Currently, I am working as Head of the Department in addition to Teaching and Research in different issues related to agricultural development as Professor. Supervising MS students, Involving in research projects works..
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November 2019 - October 2020
Bangladsh Agricultural University
Position
  • Head of Faculty
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  • Teaching and Research

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Publications (36)
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Although floating farming, a climate-smart practice, is a response to climate change challenges facing agriculture in wetland areas, the adoption of floating agriculture in Bangladesh wetland areas (also known as Haor) is slow. The purpose of our study was to identify the factors that motivate and barriers that inhibit the adoption of floating agri...
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Providing productive and dignified work for rural youth is one of the most serious concerns of the twenty-first century in countries characterised by a growing population, such as Bangladesh. Expanding employment in the aquaculture sector is important in this context, as it is labour intensive and requires limited land resources, which is essential...
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The Department of Agricultural Extension (DAE) has a long history of providing extension services to Bangladesh's crop farmers. This study attempted to explore the extent of problems that crop farmers faced regarding acquiring the extension services provided by DAE. This study was conducted in three villages of Gauripur Upazila (sub-district) in My...
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Floating farming, a climate-smart practice, is a response to the challenges facing agriculture in wetland areas due to climate change. However, the motivation in adopting floating agriculture in wetland areas (also known as Haor) in Bangladesh is slow. This study aims to identify the factors that motivate and barriers that inhibit the adoption of f...
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The main purpose of the study was to make a comparison between world vision beneficiaries and non-beneficiaries regarding access to nutritional programmes and others. A total of 100 rural women consisting of both beneficiaries (50) and non-beneficiaries women (50) were selected from Lakkhirchar and Meshta unions of Jamalpur sub-district following s...
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Now a day, transformation is one of the key issues of agricultural development in Bangladesh. In connection to this issue, the study was under taken mainly to analyze the extent of perceived effects of transformation of cropland into tea gardening and related issues. The study was conducted in three unions of Tetulia Upazila under Panchagarh distri...
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Despite the enormous potential of tilapia farming in Bangladesh, its culture has yet to become established due to socio-economic, technical and marketing constraints. Tilapia culture is mostly concentrated in the Mymensingh region where a considerable number of fish farmers are involved in production. This study was conducted in Trishal sub-distric...
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Resources in haor region in Bangladesh are underutilized and need to be managed for better outcomes which may significantly improve the livelihoods of the haor people. Thus, the study was undertaken mainly to determine the extent of participation of farmers and identify the factors influencing the farmers’ participation in resource management activ...
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Problems are common issue that creates barrier to both fish fry as well as fish production. This study was mainly undertaken to determine and analyze the extent of the problems faced by the hatchery owners in marketing fish fry in ten unions of Muktagacha and Trishal upazila (sub-district) under Mymensingh district. Data were collected from 70 samp...
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Problems are common issue that creates barrier to both fish fry as well as fish production. This study was mainly undertaken to determine and analyze the extent of the problems faced by the hatchery owners in marketing fish fry in ten unions of Muktagacha and Trishal upazila (sub-district) under Mymensingh district. Data were collected from 70 samp...
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Climate change is very common but red-hot issue in the global arena while Bangladesh is already treated as one of the most vulnerable area to climate change and is highlighted through the last two world climate change conference at Warsaw in Poland (2013) and Paris in France (2015). A good numbers of studies have already been conducted in the same...
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Flood is one of the devastating disasters that tremendously affecting the agriculture. While several Flood Coping Strategies (FCS) had been practiced by the victims to overcome the losses for the same. Thus, the study was undertaken and mainly aimed at determine to the extent of effectiveness of Flood Coping Strategies practiced by the fish farmers...
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Use of the Mobile phone in agricultural arena specifically fisheries sectors is one of the issue in the concurrent world both in fish culture and its marketing. Thus, the study was under taken mainly to determine the extent of use of mobile phone by the farmers in receiving information on fish culture and to explore the relationship between the sel...
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he cell phone is one of the potential Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) in agricultural development especially in developing countries like Bangladesh. Thus, this paper deals with the farmers' communication with the agricultural extension agents using mobile phone. The study was conducted in Mymensingh District in Bangladesh. Data were...
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Climate change is very common but red-hot issue in the global arena while Bangladesh is already treated as one of the most vulnerable area to climate change and is highlighted through the last two world climate change conference at Warsaw in Poland (2013) and Paris in France (2015). A good numbers of studies have already been conducted in the same...
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Capacity strengthening of the farmers is crucial for their resources management. In connection to this issue, this study was undertaken while the main purpose of the study was to determine the extent of training needs of the farmers on farm resource management. At the same time an attempt was also made to identifying the factors influencing the tra...
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Both GOs and NGOs have been conducting different program for rural women whereas food and nutrition improvement program is one of them in Bangladesh. While, rural women receiving information on food and nutrition through training, group discussion etc. In connection to this issue, this study mainly undertaken to determine the extent of problems fac...
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Success of popularizing Information Communication Technology (ICT) based media in agriculutural extension works largely depends on farmers’ knowldege on ICT. Thus, The study was undertaken mainly identifies the factors influencing the farmers‟ knowledge on Information and Communication Technologies in receiving agricultural information. The study w...
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Drought is an extreme and frequent event in the north-west region of Bangladesh and it adversely affects the livelihood of the farming community. Identifying the coping strategies that farmers use in the face of drought is crucial in order to understand how farmers minimize the effects of drought on their production, especially in the face of clima...
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Abstract Information is one of the vital factors of production while ICT to provide efficient and effective information. Thus, the study was undertaken mainly to determine farmers’ extent of access to ICT based media in receiving agricultural information. Besides, important factors associated with farmers’ extent of access to ICT based media were a...
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Climate change has triggered the increased incidence of extreme disasters like cyclone, flood, soil salinity etc. in the coastal region of Bangladesh. Thus, the study was undertaken mainly to determine the role of NGOs in attaining climate change in the coastal area under Patuakhali district of Bangladesh. The data were collected from 80 randomly s...
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The emergence of NGOs represents an organized response by civil society es-pecially in those areas in which the state has either failed to reach or done so inadequately. NGOs have been taking a number of steps to promote discus-sion and debate about climate change issues. The study was conducted to de-termine the role of a coastal NGO named Speed T...
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Mobile phone can reduce the transaction cost resulted in increasing the farm productivity. This paper mainly focuses on identifying the factors affecting the use of mobile phone by the farmers and determining the extent of use of mobile phone by the farmers in receiving information on vegetable cultivation. The study was carried out at three villag...
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Conservation agriculture (CA) is one of the alternative practices of agricultural development in Bangladesh. In the present study is investigated to determine the extent of practice of conservation agriculture by the farmers and to explore the factors related to practice of conservation agriculture. Eighty (80) farmers of four villages of Gurudaspu...
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p>The role of mass media in dissemination of farm information to the farmers is crucial. Thus, the study was undertaken to determine the effectiveness of selected mass media in agricultural technology transfer to farmers of Bangladesh and identify the influential factors affecting the effectiveness of mass media in technology transfer to farmers. T...
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Use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in information dissemination in agriculture sector is getting popular day by day especially in technology transfer to the farmers. While various forms of ICT devices and centers abound in Bangladesh today. The recent innovation of agricultural information delivery developed by the government i...
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Socio-economic conditions of farmers, especially in the coastal region in Bangladesh, have been severely affected because of climate change. This study was focused on analyzing the farmers’ perception of climate change by examining three vital issues: (1) description of the socioeconomic characteristics of farmers; (2) reporting on the perception o...
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Approximately 20,000 Gg of disaster debris was generated through the 2011 off Pacific coast of Tohoku earthquake and subsequent tsunami. Treatment of the disaster debris is a big challenging geotechnical issue, since a significant fraction of the disaster debris was occupied by soil and tsunami deposit. Recovery and utilization of these soil fracti...
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Offering a case study of coastal Bangladesh, this study examines the adaptation of agriculturalists to degrading environmental conditions likely to be caused or exacerbated under global climate change. It examines four central components: (1) the rate of self-reported adoption of adaptive mechanisms (coping strategies) as a result of changes in cli...
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Different tools and techniques of participatory approaches are the basic way of conducting qualitative research especially in the field of applied social science. Focus Group Discussion (FGD) is one of the main Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) technique often used in combination with others to achieve desired goals. Considering this concept, thi...
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The main purposes of the study were to determine the level of education and training exposure of the rural women in a specific area of Bangladesh. The study was conducted in Boyra and Bhabakhali unions under Mymensingh sader Upazila of Mymensingh district. 100 rural women were selected randomly as sample of the study from a population of 1042. Data...
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Based on case study and from participatory approach, this paper investigates the multifunctionality of agriculture on rural development in the Garfagnana area in Tuscan region of Italy. It shows farmers' involvement in multifunctional activities like agritourisms, organic farming, social farming, processing of farm products, cooperatives, regional...
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技術・職業教育学研究室 研究報告 技術教育学の探求. v.5, 2008, p.119-130
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The study was mainly designed to determine the knowledge of women in activities related to agricultural farming system and to describe the selected characteristics of the women. The selected characteristics of the women were age, level of education, family size, farm size, family annual income, farming experience and training exposure. Two unions o...

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Overcome the vulnerable situations and comeback to normal life of the farmers in Bangladeh