Faculty Profile

  • M.A. in Journalism from School of Journalism, Media and Cultural studies, Cardiff University, Wales.  
    B.A. in Journalism and Communications from Manipal Institute of Communications, Manipal University, Manipal, India.

Areas of Interest
Bangladeshi media, music and sports.

Naimul Karim



He has five years experience in the field of Journalism and three years experience in teaching. He started teaching in the Media Studies and Journalism department of the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh in 2014. He has also been affiliated with The Daily Star, Bangladesh’s leading English daily since 2012. He also write for Indian Express, Firstpost and Bangladesh Quarterly.

Selected this year to take part in the International Leadership Programme, organised by the Prince's Trust International.
Received a scholarship to the Asia College of Journalism to do my Masters at Cardiff University in 2012
Received the Saf-Madanjit Singh scholarship to study in the Asian College of Journalism in 2010

Research & Awards

Current Projects:
I am currently working on three projects. I am working on an article that deals with media ethics and the changes in the trends of media freedom in Bangladesh since the arrival of democracy.
I am also working on an article that deals with the physical education system of Khulna; the primary question being why the majority of Bangladesh’s sportspersons come from this region.
I am also working on tracing Bangladesh’s protest music culture.



Conference Proceedings

Recent Conferences:
Creative Industries in Asia: Innovations and Constraints. July 1~ 2 Bangkok, Thailand.

The University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh and its curricula are accredited by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh, and approved by the Ministry of Education, Government of People's Republic of Bangladesh.