Areas of Interest
Education management, Technology and learning and teaching
Prof. H.M. Jahirul Haque is the Vice Chancellor of the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh. He has 20 years' experience in teaching, research and academic administration. Before working at ULAB, he previously held positions at Cherkassy State Technological University in Ukraine and at Leading University in Sylhet, Bangladesh.
At ULAB, Prof. Haque has worked as the Head of the Computer Science and Engineering and the Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering departments, and is currently the Dean of the School of Science and Engineering.
Prof. Haque is a research-oriented teacher. Previously he conducted research in the area of computer engineering but he is now researching in the areas of education management, technology, and learning and teaching.
2014 Education Award-2014 for contributing in higher Education sector
2009 Award for doing a Short Course in Cambridge University
1995 Ukraine Govt Research Scholarship for Ph. D studies
1988 USSR Gov Scholarship for Higher Studies
R. K. Mazumder, H. M. J. Haque, and S. K. Khadem, Fundamentals of Digital Electronics, First Edition ed. Dhaka, Bangladesh: Mullick & Brothers, 2008.
Haque, H. M., Das, D., & Farzana, R. (2011). Satisfaction of students Services in tertiary level: Perspective Bangladesh. European Journal of Social Sciences , 19 (2), 20-30.
Haque, H. M., & Khan, M. H. (2010). Quality of ICT service at higher educational institutions in Bangladesh. ULAB Journal of Science and Engineering , 1, 42-47.
Gerardo Blanco Ramirez & H. M. Jahirul Haque (2016): Addressing quality challenges in the private university sector in Bangladesh: from policy formulation to institutional implementation, Quality in Higher Education, DOI: 10.1080/13538322.2016.1198177
Mannan, A., Haque, H. M. J., & Rajeb, M. (2013). Optimizing Faculty Performance of Tertiary Academic Institutions in Bangladesh: A study of Faculty Perceptions.
Haque, H. M. J., & Tripathy, B. (2015). Education Development in Bangladesh: Assessing the Expectations of Faculty Members from the University Administration. Melbourne, Australia.