Month: December 2018

Obstacles to Political Participation of the Elected Female Representatives in the Local Governance of Bangladesh:Reviewer Article

December 25, 2018

Imdadul Haque Talukdar Abstract This paper addresses three areas of interest: how do existing studies define female political participation in the local governance of Bangladesh? What is the availability and quality of these studies: and what are the obstacles to effective female participation? A systematic, search strategy using  search keys and boolean operators were used […]

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Socio-economic situational analysis of tea plantation workers: a case study from Lubachhara Tea Garden, Sylhet :Original Article

December 25, 2018

Sohrab Hossain, Anisur Rahman Khan, Md. Zohurul Islam and Shahriar Khandaker   Abstract Tea is the second most highly consumed beverage in the world. The British colonial rulers introduced tea plantation in the early 1830s in the Indian subcontinent. Since then, it has been cultivated and consumed in enormous quantities. In Bangladesh, the first tea […]

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An Integrated Solid Waste Management Approach: The Dhaka Cantonment Perspective:Original Article

December 25, 2018

Iqbal Shafi8   Abstract Solid waste management is considered as one of the most immediate and serious environmental problems confronting municipal authorities in the developing countries like Bangladesh. Inefficient management and disposal of solid waste is an obvious cause of degradation of the environment in most cities like Dhaka. For Bangladesh Army (BD Army), the […]

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Industrial Policy 2016 of Bangladesh: An Assessment from the Green Perspective:Original Article

December 25, 2018

Sodip Roy7 Abstract Green growth, green energy, and green industrialization have been moved to the forefront of economic development in the present crux of environmental degradation and climate change. Nowadays, different policies are  having green features. Literarily, the green policy generally denotes the environmental policy, but other policies related to the environment may also be […]

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The effect of performance appraisal on organizational citizenship behaviour (OCB): a study on the Islamic Banks in Bangladesh:Original Article

December 25, 2018

Md. H Asibur Rahman5 & Dewan Niamul Karim6   Abstract The current study examines the impact of performance appraisal (PA) on organizational citizenship behaviour (OCB) comprising of OCB directed toward organization (OCBO) and OCB directed toward individuals (OCBI) in the Islamic banks operating in Bangladesh. Using the convenience sampling method, data were collected through a structured […]

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Responsibility and its Avoidance: The Case of Aid:Original Article

December 24, 2018

Donald Curtis1   Abstract What is good practice in aid administration? This article, based on the reflections of an insider practitioner, finds that unequal relationships between donor and recipient and the ambiguous nature of aid as a gift between one country and another, creates a complexity that is difficult to negotiate in practice. A key […]

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