Now I have been working as a Lecturer in Environmental Chemistry in Independent
University, Bangladesh (IUB) from 23 January 2007 to date.
My career objective is to serve as a Chemist in my beloved country after getting a higher
degree from abroad and engage myself in advanced innovative research.
Academic Career:
Name of

Obtained Grade with
CGPA (Out of 4)
(18th place)

Research Experience:

Completed a research work titled “A comparative study of lead contamination in roadside
leaf and soil caused by automobile exhaust in some parts of Sylhet City” which was my
Work Experience:
As a lecturer in Chemistry in National Institute of Medical Technology, 33, Garib-E-Newaj
Avenue, Sector # 13, Uttara, Dhaka-1230 from 10 July 2006 to 31 July 2006.
Research Job Experience:

As a research fellow in the project: “Micelles, Reverse Micelles, and Microemulsions as
Reaction Media for Electrochemical Reactions”
in Bose Centre for Advanced Study and
Research in Natural Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Dhaka from 01 August 2006 to
31 January 2007.

Poster Presentation:
“A comparative study of lead contamination in roadside leaf and soil caused by
automobile exhaust in some parts of Sylhet City” ;
Bangladesh Chemical Congress 2006, 9-
11 March 2007, University of Dhaka, Abstract: (Page- 79).

Training Course:
Successfully completed a professional training course on “MEMBRANE TECHNOLOGY IN
WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT” held during 29 September 2005- 05 October
2005 under EU PROJECT ‘INNOWA’ under Asia Pro-Eco Program at Shah Jalal University
of Science & Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh.

Computer Skill:
Introduction to Computer Application Course
(3 credits) containing MS-Word, MS-Excel,
MS-Power Point, and Introduction to Internet etc. was completed for partial fulfillment of the
requirement for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Chemistry.
Also completed Basic Computer electronics Course (3 credits).
Extra Curricular Activities:
Feature writer in the Daily Shamokal. I was the active founder member of cultural organization
“NONGAR” at Shah Jalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet. Scholarship/Fellowship and Awards:
Got Scholarship of Shah Jalal University of Science and Technology for my Brilliant Result
in1999, 2000, 2001 and the Scholarship of Department of Secondary and Higher Education,
2003-2004 and also achieved award from Prime Minister of the Peoples’ Republic of
Bangladesh, for my Brilliant Result of S.S.C Exam. (18th Place) in 1995.

Laboratory Skill:
I am well versed in handling-
i) UV Spectrophotometer (SHIMADZU UV- 1601)
ii) IR Spectrophotometer (SHIMADZU)
iii) Cyclic Voltameter
And other necessary laboratory techniques

Language Proficiency:
♦ English: Good proficiency in Speaking, Reading and Writing. Personal Information:
Name : Palash Kumar Sarker
Present Address : School of Environmental Science &Management,
Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) Tel: 0088-02-9884498, 9881917, Ext. - 229 (Off.) E-mail: [email protected] & [email protected] Permanent Address : Satgara, Charokbari Road
Date of birth :1 August, 1980
: Bangladeshi by Birth
Personal References:
1. Dr. Syed Shamsul Alam

2. Dr. Md. Abu Bin Hasan Susan
Assistant Professor

Source: http://www.iub.edu.bd/CV_SESM/PALASH%20KUMAR%20SARKER.pdf


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