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Prof. Dr. Mahbubul Haque

A Commonwealth Scholar studied M.Sc. and Ph.D. in the field of textiles at the University of Manchester, UK. I have over 33 years of experience in the textile industry, education, research, and innovation. Has been awarded "Best Professor of Textile Engineering in Bangladesh" in 2019. It was jointly extended by the World Education Congress, CMO Asia, and the CMO Council. I worked as Head of the Dept. (HoD) of Textile Engineering at Daffodil International University (DIU) for 11 years (2009–2019), and the degree of B.Sc. in Textile Engineering at DIU was accredited by the Institution of Engineers Bangladesh (IEB) in 2018. For any textile engineering program, such accreditation was the first in Bangladesh. As HoD, lead a project on educational quality assurance entitled "Self Assessment Survey," funded by the World Bank and executed by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh. An external peer review team led by a renowned international academic rated the work as "very good." Played a key role in introducing the M.Sc. in Textile Engineering at the Daffodil International University in 2009 for the first time in Bangladesh. Introduced a new concept of conducting textile engineering lab classes (spinning, weaving, knitting, and textile testing). According to the concept, individual participation in the lab class has been maximized. The concept was widely published in the professional as well as general news media in Bangladesh. For this, I was awarded the "Outstanding Professor" award by the International Education Summit and Award 2020 held in Bangkok, Thailand, on February 22, 2020. I worked extensively on curriculum development and introduced denim and technical textiles to the curriculum of a B.Sc. in Textile Engineering at Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST) for the first time in Bangladesh in 2004. Developed original text materials for the production of woven labels. Customized the course content of “Economics for Textile Engineers” from general economics to textile economics (in Bangladesh).

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