Choyon Kumar Saha
Department of Sociology

Professional Exprience of Choyon Kumar Saha

July 2013—

Position Held: Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Jagannath University

Course Taught: 

                          Undergraduate: History of Social Development (Soc 1102)

                                                 Risk and Society (Soc 3203)

                                                 Contemporary Sociological Theory (Soc 4201)

                         Graduate:          Sociology of Science and Technology (Soc 5201)

December 2012- June 2013

Position Held: Associate Coordinator (Research and Advocacy).Employer: UnnayanShamannay, (Under the project titled Nodi o Jibon-II (River and Life-II), funded by Concern Worldwide Bangladesh)

August 2012 – November 2012

Position Held: Research Officer.Employer: UnnayanShamannay (Under the research project title “Developing Awareness of Competition Issues in Bangladesh (DCIB-CUTS)” financed by Consumer Unity and Trust Society, India)

August 2011- July 2012

Position Held: Research Associates.Employer: Wageningen University of Research, Netherlands, (Under the PhD. Research Project titled “Social Acceptability and Sustainability Assessment of Small Scale SAR Technology of Rural Bangladesh” financed by Wageningen University of Research, Netherlands)

February 2011- July 2011

Position Held: Part-Time Lecturer in Sociology. Employer: LalmatiaMohila College, Dhaka

September 2009- December 2009

Position Held: Research Assistant. Employer: Hiroshima University, Japan (under the research project „Improved Cooked Stoves in Rural Bangladesh, funded by Hiroshima University, Japan)

August 2009- August 2009

Position Held: Research Assistant. Employer: Hiroshima University, Japan (under the research project titled, Diffusion of Solar Energy in Bangladesh, funded by Hiroshima University, Japan)

January 2009- June 2009

Position Held: Research Associate. Employer: Prof. Dr. KhondokerMokademHossain, Department of Sociology, University of Dhaka (under the research project titled „Sustainable Rural Infra-Structure Improvement Project (SRIIP)‟ Local Government Engineering Department (LGED), funded by Asian Development Bank (ADB)