Room no:3349, second floor, kobi Jibonanonda Das Bhobon, 3rd academic building, Khulna university, Khulna-9208, Bangladesh




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Dr. Tuhin Roy
Associate Professor


Ph.D  in  Institute of Disaster Management and Vulnerability Studies, University of Dhaka

Thesis Title:

“Disaster Risk Reduction Interventions in Bangladesh: A case study on Selected Villages of South West Region”


Masters of Social Science (MSS) Sociology , University of Dhaka

First Class (60.95%)

Thesis Title:

“Vulnerable Occupation and Poverty : A Sociological study of Honey

Collectors of their Livelihoods in Dacope”


Bachelor of Social Science (BSS) Sociology , University of Dhaka

First Class (60.80%)

Thesis Title:

“Reproductive Rights among Urban Hindu Women: Study at Shakari

Bazar, Dhaka”


Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) similar to A level, Humanities

First Division


Secondary School Certificate (SSC) similar to O level, Science

First Division

Environmental Issues and Climate Change Adaption,  

Environmental Politics, Coastal risk Management

Disaster Management and Public Health, Sustainable Development

Population and Society – Vulnerable groups and their livelihoods

2009 - Present

Sociology Discipline, Khulna University

Associate Professor

Courses Conducted


B.S.S program

Ø  Introductory Sociology

Ø  Introduction to Social Research

Ø  Sociology of Organization

Ø  Social Statistics

Ø  Contemporary Bangladesh Society & Culture

Ø  Sociology of Criminology

Ø  Sociology of Environment

Ø  Classical Sociological Theory

Ø  Social Forestry

Ø  Sociology of Disaster

Ø  Industrial Sociology

Ø  Sociology of Mass

 M.S.S program

Ø  Issues and Problems of Development in South Asia

Ø  Development of Theoretical Perspective in Sociology

Ø  Population, Politics & Development

Ø  Advanced Research Monograph

Ø  Communication

Ø  Sociology of Third World

Ø  Quantitative & Qualitative Analysis of Social Data


Feb’ 15, 2009 – Nov’ 02, 2009

Banglapedia Trust, Bangladesh Asiatic Society

Research Associate

Responsible for

Ø  Preliminary Editor,

Ø  Information Recorder

Ø  Article Reviewer

Ø  Contributor to Banglapedia (National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh)

Ø  Conduct short term Research

Jan’ 21, 2008 –

Jan’ 21, 2009

BRAC University

Teaching Assistant

Responsible for

Ø  Conduct Academic Classes

Ø  Assist to organize Departmental Cultural Program

Ø  Arrange study Tour

June 18 , 2007 – May 05, 2008

The University of Asia Pacific

Faculty Member(Part time)

Responsible for

Ø  Conduct Academic Class

Ø  Assist to organize Cultural and Academic Program

Sep’ 01, 2006 – Nov’ 01,2009

Department of Sanskrit, University of Dhaka

Lecturer in Sociology (part-time)

Responsible for

Ø  Conduct Academic Class

Ø  Involved in Disciplinary Research

Roy, T. (2007), “Life Style and the Religious Beliefs of the Mowals of Dacope Thana:  A Sociological Study”, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh (Humanities), 52: 115-42.

Roy, T. (2007), “Sylhet Jeler cha Shramiker Jibonbikkhon (Life style of the  Tea Laborers in Sylhet),” Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh (Humanities), 25(2):229-42

Roy, T. (2009), “ “Swami Vivakanande Somajchinta (Social Thought Of Swami Vivekananda)”, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh (Humanities),  25(4):107-26

Roy,T. S. Mallick & K. Hasan (2011), “Rural -Urban Differentials of

Gender Inequality and Reproductive Health among Married women in South Western Bangladesh”. Khulna University Studies (KUS):10/01-030510 Volume-10, (1 &2)

Roy, T. T. Hossain, M.Khatun & S. Rana (2013),  “Reproductive Health  Care Seeking Behavior of Female Street Dwellers: A study conducted  in Dhaka City of Bangladesh,” Khulna University Studies ( KUS): 12/10-030512, volume 11 &12 (1&2)

Roy, T.M. Hasan and Q.Alam (2013), “ Women Representatives in Union Parishad of Bangladesh, Khulna University Studies (KUS):12/23-200612, Volume 11 &12 (1&2)

A. K. Bairagi, Roy, T. & A. Polin. (2011) “Socio-Economic Impacts of Mobile Phone in Rural Bangladesh: A case Study in Batiaghata Thana, Khulna District”, IJCIT, ISSN 2078-5828, Volume 2, Issue 1,

A.K. Bairagi, S.H. Rajon & Roy, T. (2011) “Status and Role of Educational institutions to build digital society in Bangladesh:  Perspective of Khulna, a divisional city”, IJAET, India, ISSN: 2231-1963.

Roy, T. and Dutta S. (2017) “Post-Disaster Food Habit and Dietary Pattern of women Of Khulna District in Bangladesh”, Khulna University Studies (KUS): 16/28: 250716, Volume 14 (1 & 2): 243-255.

Chandra, D, Roy, T and B. Golder. (2019) “Factors Determining Empowerment of Aged widow in Raingamari village of Batiaghata Thana in Khulna district of Bangladesh. (forthcoming  issue at Khulna University studies 2019)

Roy,T and Sultana, F.  (2018) “ Effect of Salinity Intrusion on Health of aged-women: Adjacent to Sundarbans, Bangladesh” Accepted in Indian Journal of Regional Science (Forthcoming)

Roy, T and Alam. B (2018) “ Community Response and Cyclone Signaling in Coastal Bangladesh” Accepted in Indian journal of Regional Science (Forthcoming)

Roy, T, M.M.A.A.M. Sony and K. M. Karim,  (2018) “ Indigenous coping Mechanism and role of religion on disaster Management: An Evidence From Coastal Bangladesh, Accepted in Asia Pacific Translation & Intercultural Studies (Forthcoming)

Khan, A, M. Mahzebin, M. Rashid and Roy, T (2019) “Impact of early marriage on reproductive Health”, Indian journal of regional Science Vol.LI No. I, 2019

Roy, T.  (2019) “Disaster Risk Reduction Interventions in Bangladesh: A case Study of Selected Villages of southwest Region, Accepted in Asiatic society of Bangladesh, vol. 64(1) , page 43-70.

Roy, T Alam and  M.M.A.A.M. Sony (2019) “ Livelihood Pattern of Betel Leaf Cultivators: A Case study at Fakirhat Upazilla in Bagherhat District, South Asian journal of Agriculture (SAJA), Khulna university, ISSN:1991-0037

Roy, T and M.M.A.A.M. Sony (2019)” Social Structure changes in Post-Disaster area from Marxist point of View: Reflection from Dacope, Khulna, Bangladesh. Accepted in CFP Noidia International Journal of Human Rights, volume 6 ISBN: 2394-0298