Room: 3428, 3rd Floor, Development Studies Discipline, Kobi Jibanananda Das Academic Building, Khulna University, Khulna-9208, Bangladesh.

Bayezid Khan (বায়েজীদ খান)
Assistant Professor

I have been teaching development studies at Khulna University, Khulna since July, 2016. Before joining Khulna University I worked as Fellow -Women Rights and Gender Equity at Action Aid Bangladesh. I had my engagement with Oxfam in Bangladesh where I worked as a Humanitarian Volunteer. I did my Internship at the Centre on Budget and Policy, Dhaka University.
During studentship, I proactively worked with a good number of youth-led voluntary and community organizations. I have developed my sense of teamwork, commitment towards work, mutual respect, effective communication, civic engagement, professionalism so I can relate these in my teaching strategy. I am committed to satisfactorily carrying out my duties and responsibilities. I have strong adaptability to a different environment and living conditions. I can work under tremendous pressure and thus I developed resistance power.


1.    Master of Arts (MA) (2021) in Global Development and International Political Economy at University of Leeds, United Kingdom

2.    Master of Social Sciences (MSS) (2015) in Development Studies major in Public Policy at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

3.    Bachelor of Social Sciences (BSS) (2014) in Development Studies at the University Of Dhaka, Bangladesh


Current Research Project/Collaboration

SL Title Research Role Awarded Date Completion Date Funding Agency
No Research Project Available

Employment Record: 

1. Khulna University: Lecturer of Development Studies ( 26/07/2016-25/07/2018)

2. ActionAid Bangladesh: Research Fellow (10/4/2016- 24/7/2016 )

3. Oxfam in Bangladesh: Humanitarian Volunteer (04/11/2015- 31/3/2016)

4. Centre on Budget and Policy: Intern (02/08/2015- 29/10/2015 )

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No Supervision Available

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1.    Rezvi, M.R., Tonmoy, S.B. and Khan, B., 2022. The Mental Health of Adolescents Following the COVID-19 Pandemic in Bangladesh. Asian Journal of Psychiatry, p.103309.

2. Hossain MT, Jahan N, Ahammed B, Shohel TA, Khan B, Islam MN. A Psychometric Evaluation of Fear of COVID-19 Scale (FCV-19S). Hell J Psychol. 2022;19(1):40–52.

3.     Ahammed B, Khan B, Jahan N, Shohel TA, Hossain T, Islam N. Determinants of generalized anxiety, depression, and subjective sleep quality among University students during COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh. Dr Sulaiman Al Habib Med J. 2021;3(1):27–35.

4.     Rahman M, Halder HR, Siddiquee T, Farjana SA, Roshid HO, Khan B, et al. Prevalence and determinants of double burden of malnutrition in Bangladesh: evidence from a nationwide cross-sectional survey. Nutrire. 2021;46(2):1–12.

5.     Rahman MA, Rahman MA, Rawal LB, Paudel M, Howlader MH, Khan B, et al. Factors influencing place of delivery: Evidence from three south-Asian countries. PLoS One. 2021;16(4):e0250012.

6.     Ahammed B, Jahan N, Seddeque A, Hossain MT, Khan B, Mamun MA, et al. Exploring the association between mental health and subjective sleep quality during the COVID-19 pandemic among Bangladeshi university students. Heliyon. 2021;7(5):e07082.

7.     Rahman M, Fatema N, Aktar S, Khan B, Shovo T-E, Howlader M. Livelihood Sustainability Status and Challenges of South-western Coastal Area of Bangladesh. J Soc Polit Sci. 2020;3(4).

8.     Rahman M, Shakur SM, Howlader M, Ashikuzzaman M, Husna AU, Khan B. Risk factors of chronic childhood malnutrition: an analysis of the Bangladesh demographic and health survey 2014 data. J Public Health (Bangkok). 2020;1–13.

9.     Khan B, Nabia SA, Rahman MA. The effect of riverbank erosion on lives and livelihoods of rural people: a study on Nolian village, Khulna. Bangladesh J Sci Technol Environ Informatics. 2018;6(01):466–73.