Mr. Md.  Hosenuzzaman
Mr. Md. Hosenuzzaman

Assistant Professor Contact No : +8801757626394
Department of Soil Science Email :
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Research Interest:   Nitrogen Dynamics in crop land
M. Sc. (Ag.) In Soil Science     - 2019
Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh
B.Sc.Ag. (Hons.)    - 2018
Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh
Total Number:  11

Principal Investigator

  1. “Nitrate pollution in paddy field and associated human health risk assessment in the Old Brahmaputra river basin” funded by BAURES (2022-23). 


  1. "Improving resilience in the agriculture sector through the promotion of data-driven decision making focusing on the management of disaster risks in Cox’s Bazar" funded by FAO (2022).
  2. "Sustaining soil fertility and improving crop productivity in rice-based cropping systems by integrated use of organic and inorganic sources of nutrients" funded by BAURES, Bangladesh (2022-24).
  3. "Increasing Nutrient Use Efficiency of Rice-Rice Cropping System by Split Application of Phosphorus, Potassium and Sulphur Fertilizers" funded by MoST, Bangladesh (2020-21).
  4. "Sources and rate of nitrate in the Jamuna river basin of north-central Bangladesh" funded by BAURES, Bangladesh (2021-23).
  5. "Building Resilience to Landslides through Land Stabilization, Promotion of Alternative Livelihoods and the Establishment of Early Warning Systems in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh" funded by FAOBD and implemented by IUCN (2020-21).
  6. “Analytical support for soil samples of the fire affected camps” funded by FAO-UN, Bangladesh Office, May 2021 – July 2021.
  7. “Comparative Performance of different Fertilizer Recommendation Methods on Growth and Yield of Rice-rice cropping pattern in Old Brahmaputra Floodplain Soils” funded by MoST (2021-22).

Research fellow

  1. Research Fellow, ‘Total Diet Studies’ funded by FAO from 15 March 2020 to present.
  2. Research Fellow, ‘Alleviation of aluminium toxicity of acid soils in rice-maize cropping system by application of lime and phosphate fertilizer’ funded by BAURES from September to 2019 to March 2020.
  3. Research Fellow, ‘Nutrient Management for Diversified Crops in Bangladesh’ funded by ACIAR from June 2018 to June 2019.
No training information available..
01 Mar, 2020 - 28 Feb, 2022
Assistant Professor
01 Mar, 2022 -
Total Number: 10

Research Article

  1. Hasan J, Abedin MA, Alam SI, Hasan MK, Hosenuzzaman M, Mahamud R, Shahjahan M. (2022).  Microplastics contamination of the coastal hill soils: perspective of Rohingya Refugee camps in Bangladesh. Soil and Sediment Contamination, 1-12.  (IF=2.061)
  2. Rahman, M., Jahangir, M. M. R., Kibria, M. G., Hossain, M., Hosenuzzaman, M., Solaiman, Z. M., & Abedin, M. A. (2022). Determination of Critical Limit of Zinc for Rice (Oryza sativa L.) and Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) Cultivation in Floodplain Soils of Bangladesh. Sustainability14(1), 167. (IF=3.251)
  3. S. Farzana, J. R. Dey, M. Hosenuzzaman, M. Hossain2, M. A. A. Galib, M. A. Hoque. 2021. Effects of nitrogenous fertilizers on rice yield under continuous flooding and alternate wetting and drying conditions. J. Agric. Food Environ. 2(3): 25-30.
  4. S.Farzana, A.Sarkar, M. Hosenuzzaman, M. A.A.Galib, M. A.Hoque. 2021. Effects of zinc on growth and yield of rice cv. BRRI dhan29 under alternate wetting and drying water management practice. J. Agric. Food Environ. 2(3): 31-37.
  5. Chowdhury MR, Mas-ud MA, Ali MR, et al. Harmful Effects of COVID-19 on Major Human Body Organs: A Review. J Pure Appl Microbiol. 2021;15(2)500-511. (IF=1.05)
  6. Uddin S, Nitu T, Milu UM,   Nasreen S, Hosenuzzaman M,   Haque H, Hossain MB, Jahiruddin M, Bell RW, Mueller C, Jahangir MMR. 2020. Ammonia fluxes and emission factors under an intensively managed wetland rice ecosystem. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts. Doi: (IF=4.238)
  7. Islam MA, Sheikh A, Waterman C, Hosenuzzaman M.(2020) Morphology, pod yield and nutritional quality of two cultivars of Moringa (Moringa oleifera) in Bangladesh. Indian Journal of Science and Technology .13(36):3725-3735.
  8. Kumar U, Hosenuzzaman M, Borna SN, Akter D, Islam MS, P. (2020). Impacts of topsoil removal due to brick manufacturing on soil properties of agricultural lands at Nagarpur upazila of Tangail, Bangladesh. International Journal of Environment Agriculture and Biotechnology.5(3), 542-552.                                                            

Books and Book Chapters

  1. Kibria M.G., Hosenuzzaman M., Shaw R., Abedin M.A (2021) Citizen sciences for smart water solution in South-western part of Bangladesh. Editor(s): Indrajit Pal, Rajib Shaw, Riyanti Djalante, Sangam Shrestha, Disaster Resilience and Sustainability, Elsevier, 2021, Pages 629-649, ISBN 9780323851954,
  2. Hosenuzzaman M., Kibria M.G., Sarkar R., Abedin M.A. (2022) Landslide, Agricultural Vulnerability, and Community Initiatives: A Case Study in South-East Part of Bangladesh. In: Sarkar R., Shaw R., Pradhan B. (eds) Impact of Climate Change, Land Use and Land Cover, and Socio-economic Dynamics on Landslides. Disaster Risk Reduction (Methods, Approaches and Practices). Springer, Singapore.
Total Number:  15

Training and courses

  1. Completed training on "ICP-MS, Model Shimadzu-2030" for about a month from Central Laboratory, BAU (during 2020- March, 2021).
  2. Completed training on "Microwave digester and Acid purifier" from Central Lab BAU on 5 November 2020.
  3. Successfully completing distance Learning Course on “Advanced Data Analysis using industry accepted and widely popular statistical package” under facilitating Distance Learning using Digital Conferencing facility (fDLuDCf) project from Asi@Connect Organized by: Bangladesh Research and Education Network (BdREN).
  4. Completed course on "OKP Bangladesh Distance Learning" organized by Precon Academy which contained Prerequisite Programmes & Principles of Food Hygiene.
  5. Completed the international course on "Food hazards" held online by Wageningen University and Research, Wageningen, the Netherlands, organized by the Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation and paid for by the project “Strengthening food safety TVET and higher education in Bangladesh” (OKPBGD-104475). The project was funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as part of the Netherlands’ development policy and managed by Nuffic.
  6. Completed training on "Application of HACCP" held online by Wageningen University and Research, Wageningen, the Netherlands, organized by the Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation and paid for by the project “Strengthening food safety TVET and higher education in Bangladesh” (OKPBGD-104475). The project was funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as part of the Netherlands’ development policy and managed by Nuffic.
  7. A statistical course entitled “Statistical Package for Postgraduates in Agriculture”organized by Faculty of Agriculture, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh during 03-18 February, 2019
  8. Successfully completed the course on Language Skills from the Department of Languages in Bangladesh Agricultural University in 2019.
  9. A 7-days long Extension Field Trip at Ullapara Upazila, Sirajganj District organized by Department of Agricultural Extension Education, BAU, Mymensingh from 30th July to 04th August
  10. A 5-days training on SEO under Ministry of Information & Communication Technology organized by Swanirvar Bangladesh in Meherpur from September 22th to September 26th,
  11. A 3-months training on Basic ICT at Meherpur Government College jointly organized by Bangladesh Computer Council and Meherpur Government College, Meherpur from 01 March to 31st May,
  12. A 8-days training on Winter Collective Exercise in Jessore cantonment under 7 Bir unit organized by Bangladesh Army from 06th January to 13th January,2011. 


  1. International Conference on Sustainable Agriculture held at Bangladesh Agricultural University during October 19-20, 2019.
  2. Workshop on Mitigating Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions from Rice-based Cropping Systems through Efficient Fertilizer and Water Management held on 27 July 2019 at Bangladesh Agricultural University.
  3. Workshop on Removing Inorganic Arsenic from Rice held on 31 October 2018 at Bangladesh Agricultural University.
Subject Name Design No Year Gazette No Relevant Info
Title Institution Subject Receipt Date
Dean's Merit Award Bangladesh Agricultural University Faculty of Agriculture 06 January 2019
Japan East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths Japan International Cooperation Centre Agriculture 18 December, 2018
Membership Type Organization
Member Krishibid Institution of Bangladesh
Life Member Soil Science Society of Bangladesh