Address:

    Environmental Science Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna-9208, Bangladesh.

    Email:

    skswarnokar.es10@gmail.com

    Contact:

    +8801723966502

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Sadhon Chandra Swarnokar

Lecturer

Research Interest:

Hydro-geochemistry and Water Quality Issues;
Ecology and Environment;
Climate Change and Disaster Management;
Environment and resource conflict;
Water and Waste Water Treatment etc.


Education

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION

MS in Environmental Science, Khulna University

CGPA: 3.75 (79% mark with distinction) in the scale of 4.00

MS thesis title

“Understanding Environmental Conflict: A Case Study from Shyamnagar, Satkhira, South-western Coastal Bangladesh” Supported by Oxfam-Monash Action Research Project Participatory Research and Ownership with Technology, Information and Change (PROTIC), Collaborative Action Research for women empowerment in south-western coastal Bangladesh.

BSc in Environmental Science, Khulna University

CGPA: 3.78 (75.60% mark with distinction) in the scale of 4.00

BSc thesis title

“Hydrochemical Characteristics and Suitability Assessment of Groundwater in the South-West Coastal Region of Bangladesh", funded by the University Grants Commission (UGC).

 

SCHOLARSHIP AND ACHIEVEMENTS


University Grand Commission (UGC) Scholarship

Junior High School Scholarship

Primary School Scholarship

Best student gold-medalist from B.T.G.R Higher Secondary School

Secured 2nd position on research work presentation in the “3rd International Seminar on Earth System Processes, Interruptions and Issues”, held on April 19-20, 2017 at University of Gour Banga, West Bengal, India.

Secured 3rd position in “Five Minute Talk (5MT) Competition”, Life Science School, Khulna University, 2016.

 Awarded as a champion team player in Inter Discipline Handball competition”, Khulna University, 2013.

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Bio

Academic Engagements

Mr. Swarnokar is working as a faculty member (Lecturer) in Environmental Science Discipline of Khulna University since 15th July, 2019 to till date. Generally, Mr. Swarnokar's research underlines appraising the "Hydro-chemical Characterization and Environmental Quality Issues"  that are currently undergoing by the coastal phenomenon and also the "Coastal Environmental Conflict" and "Tidal River Management (TRM)" in the Lower Bengal Delta of Bangladesh which is one of most climate sensitive stressed zone of the world.

Experiences

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES


 ** 15th July, 2019- to till Date; Lecturer, Environmental Science Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna-9208, Bangladesh.


RESEARCH EXPERIENCES


2017-2018

Research Assistant on sub project entitled “Reconstructing innovative trajectories for sustainable management of coastal zone of Bangladesh”, a collaborative research project under the NOW UDW Strategic Delta Planning and involves collaboration with CEGIS, IHE Delft, BUET and Khulna University from 10/10/2017 to 10/04/2018.

2016

Research assistant on a sub project entitled “Participatory Research and Ownership with Technology, Information and Change (PROTIC)” initiated by Oxfam with the collaboration of Monash university, Polli Sree, Shushilan, The University of Dhaka, Bangbandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University, Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University and Khulna University, to achieve target of emancipation and empowerment of grass-root society, from 01/10/2015 to 01/10/2016.

2015

Research Assistant on a research project under University of Southampton, UK “Participatory modelling for conceptual system dynamic model of socio-ecological system in Bangladesh Delta” from 10/02/2015 to 10/05/2015.

Research Assistant on a sub-project entitled “Sustainable yield of ecosystem services based shrimp aquaculture and its suitability as livelihood adaptation option in the context of climate change: a case study of southwest coastal Bangladesh”, under (DECCMA) Project, from 01/07/2015 to 31/12/2015.

Research Assistant on a doctoral study “Understanding and Measuring Responsiveness of Human Resource for Health in Rural Bangladesh”, under Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Baltimore, Maryland, USA in association with BRAC University, from 15/12/2014 to 15/02/ 2015.

2014

Research Assistant on sanitation and hygiene of Kyoto University, Japan entitled “Relation between Drinking Water Quality and Behavioral Pattern of Community People in Khulna City Corporation (KCC), Khulna”, from 10th August to 23th October 2014

Volunteer Assistant from 1st January to 30th December 2014 for the project entitled ‘‘Assessment and Evaluation of the Natural Water Suitability for Irrigation in and around Sailmari River, Khulna’’.

Responsible as data enumerator for traffic volume survey and writing report about “Environmental and Socio-economic monitoring of Khulna 1320MW Coal based Thermal Power Plant”, from 10th March 2014 to 21th October 2014

2013

Responsible for facilitating, finding information and writing report about Disaster Risk Reduction and Mitigation Option in South West Coastal region of Bangladesh”, from 22th September to 29th November 2013.

Publication

Journal  Article
1. Swarnokar, S.  C., Hassan, N., Rahman, M., Islam, M. M., & Ara, M.  H. (2019). Assessment of Groundwater Quality in a Tidal River Basin of the Ganges Delta in Bangladesh. Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, 7, 131-151. https://doi.org/10.4236/gep.2019.75013.  

2. Al Masud, M.M., Moni, N.N., Azad, A.K. and Swarnokar, S.C. (2018). Impact of Tidal River Management on Livestock in the Ganges - Brahmaputra Basin, Journal of Dairy & Veterinary Sciences, 6(5), 1-9.

3. Islam, M.M., Azad, A.K., Ara, M.H. Rahman, M., Hassan, N., Swarnokar, S.C. and Rabeya, I. (2016). Environmental Study on a Coastal River of  Bangladesh with Reference to Irrigation Water Quality Assessment: A Case Study on Shailmari River, Khulna. Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, 4, 41- 64. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/gep.2016.410003.


Articles in Conference/Seminar Proceeding

4. Swarnokar, S.C. and Hasan, N. (2017). Hydrochemical Characteristics and Suitability Assessment of Groundwater in the South-West Coastal Region of Bangladesh, 3rd International Seminar on Earth System Processes, Interruptions and Issues, held on April 19-20, 2017, University of Gour Banga, West Bengal, India.