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Faculty of Business Studies (FBS)

Mohammad Ali


Profile Information

Name (English): Mohammad Ali

Name (Bangla): মোহাম্মদ আলী

Department: Faculty of Business Studies (FBS)

Rank: Lecturer

Designation: Lecturer

Appointment Type: Permanent

Blood Group: O+


Details of Education

1. MPhil (On progress), Bangladesh University of Professionals 2. MBA major in Human Resource Management, Department of Management Studies, University of Dhaka, 3. BBA major in Management, University of Dhaka 4. H.S.C (Business Studies) Notre Dame College, Dhaka 5. S.S.C (Business Studies) Mirpur Government High School, Dhaka


3 years 6 months 1. Lecturer (12 September, 2017 - Continuing): Department of Business Administration in Management Studies, Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP). 2. Lecturer (01 July, 2018 - 15 November, 2018): Faculty of Business and Social Sciences (FBSS), Bangladesh Military Academy (BMA), BUP. 3. Lecturer (10 January, 2017 - 30 November, 2017): Army Institute of Business Administration (Army IBA) 4. Lecturer (19 December, 2015 - 03 January, 2017): Department of Business Administration (DBA), City University


Number of Books Published: 1

Details of Books Published: 1. Business Concept: An Exclusive Guide for Business Students.

Number Of Publication: 3

Details Of Publication:

1. Ali, M. and Hossain, S. M. K. (2016). Factors Affecting the Effectiveness of Social Media for Recruitment: An Exploratory Factor Analysis Approach on Private Universities in Bangladesh. Journal of Resources Development and Management, Vol.25, pp.66-76. 

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2. Ali, M., Hossain, S. M. K. and Ahmed, T. (2018). Effectiveness of E-learning for university students: evidence from Bangladesh. Asian Journal of Empirical Research, Vol. 8, No.10, pp.352-360. ABDC Ranked.

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3. Ali, M. and Ahmed, T. (2019). Association of Organizational Attributes With Human Resource Disclosure: Evidence From Bangladeshi Banks. International Journal of Accounting and Financial Reporting, Vol. 9, No. 2, pp.99-115. ABDC Ranked.

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