Faculty Members (Department of English )


Personal Info

Dr. Mohammad Abu Nayeem

Assistant Professor & Chairperson
Department of English

Contact Info

Email: nayeem@isu.ac.bd
Telephone: +8809613737373, Ext. 153

Dr. Mohammad Abu Nayeem, Assistant Professor & Chairperson, in the Department of English at ISU has always been enthusiastic about teaching and research. He has over 15 years of teaching experience at home and abroad. Prior to coming to ISU, he worked as an ESL teacher at Asian University for Women (Chittagong), Southeast University, the University of Asia Pacific, BGMEA University, and SMP in Saudi Arabia. He obtained his PhD (Arts) degree from Jadavpur University in India. Moreover, he has a number of publications in national and international journals. In addition to instructing Bangladeshi pupils, he also taught a diverse range of students from varied nations and cultures, such as Afghanistan, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Syria, Timore Leste, Vietnam, Yemen, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Egypt.

  •  Replication Of Mathew Peacock’s Experimental Work on Authentic Materials to Improve the Level of Motivation of  The Learners in The Context of Bangladesh, International Journal of English: Literature, Language & Skills, Volume 6 Issue 3 IJELLS, ISSN 2278-0742.
  • A Critical Review of the Global Institutional Ranking System with Special Reference to the Tertiary Education Sector of the USA and Europe and Its Prospects in Bangladesh, Elixir International Journal Elixir Soc. Sci. 110 (2017) 48220-48223 SSN:2229-712X,
  • ‘Chain Reactions of Private Tutoring in the English Language Learning at the SSC Level of Bangladeshi Students: Problems and Probable Solutions’ Language in India; ISSN 19302940; Volume 17:5
  • Facebook Content-Based Task (FCBT) for Learners’ Affective Filter Management; Southeast University Journal of English Department; Volume1, Issue1
  • Seating Arrangement in an English Language Classroom: Traditional or Otherwise? Bangladesh Research Foundation Journal; ISSN: 2224-8404, Vol.4, No-2
  • ‘Is the Conventional Approach to EFL Learners’ Errors Justified?’ Green University Review; ISSN 2218-5283; Volume4, Number 1-2
  • Countering Culture Shock in Bangladeshi EFL/ESL Classroom Language in India; ISSN 19302940 Vol. 15:9
  • ‘East in the Imagination of William Wordsworth and S.T. Coleridge: A Comparative Study’ Bangladesh Research Foundation Journal; ISSN: 2224-8404, Vol.1, No-1
  • ‘Hamlet’s Procrastination is Contrived from Puritan obedience’ ASA University   Review, Vol.7 No.1
  • A Preliminary Study on Emotional Intelligence and Academic Achievement among Students, a peer-reviewed international journal of English language and literature, volume – 4, SPECIAL ISSUE – 1, JULY 2022, E- 2582-4155, DOI: 10.5281/ZENODO.6945402
  • Academic Achievement and Trait Emotional Intelligence in Bangladesh and Afghanistan Students: A Comparative Study; IJNRD2208013 International Journal of Novel Research and Development (www.ijnrd.org) page- 112

  • Eliminating the worse culture of Afghanistan through education (A thesis by BA Hons. student at AUW)
  • A Comparison of Renaissance Utopia and Islamic Ideology: How Islamic Ideologies Could Influence a Utopian Society in Bangladesh. (A thesis by BA Hons. student at AUW)
  • Patriarchy and Confucianism impact on the LGBTQ+ community and heteronormative values in contemporary Vietnam. (A thesis by BA Hons. student at AUW)
  • Domestic Violence: Explore How Domestic Violence Impacts Children’s well-being in Cambodia. (A thesis by BA Hons. student at AUW)

Ph.D. in Education, Jadavpur University, India  BA (Honours) in English, MA in TESOL, North South University, Bangladesh

  • Methodological Approach to Research in Language and Social Science, 11-17 October 2017, Jadavpur University, India
  • Training program on Research Methodology, November 21 – November 30, 2016, Dhaka University
  • Teaching grammar in context, Saturday,10 January 2015, Southeast University
  • Use of Technology in the ESL Classroom, Saturday, May 7, 2016, Southeast University
  • Steps and processes of doing research and getting articles published in international peer-reviewed journals, 24 December 2014, BRAC University
  • Developing and strengthening skills of English language teachers, May 20-21, 2017, BELTA and American Center
  • How to Overcome Challenges in Teaching English in Saudi Arabia, October 10, 2013, SMP, Arar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • 4th BELTA International Conference, September 7-8, 2007 Theme: The ELT Profession: Challenges and Prospects.
  • 3rd BELTA International Conference, March 20-25, 2006 English Language Teacher Training Seminar “Teaching Strategies for the ESL Classroom”

  • English Language Instructor, Pre UG & UG program, 16 January 2022-24 January 2023, Asian University for Women (Chittagong)
  • Lecturer, (ADJ) Department of English, BGMEA University of Fashion & Technology, Jan 2018-2021
  • Lecturer, (ADJ) Department of English, University of Asia Pacific, October 2017-2018 December
  • Senior Lecturer, Department of English June 2007- September 2017, Southeast University
  • English Language Instructor, Language Center, Saudi Mining Polytechnic, بوليتيكنيك السعودية للتعدين, worked under the supervision of the university of Missouri, USA
  • English Language Program Coordinator, Department of English,2008- 2017, Southeast University, Dhaka

  • Discourse Analysis
  • English Language Teaching (ELT)
  • Translation Studies
  • Teaching Methods and Principles
  • Second Language Acquisition
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Phonetics and Phonology
  • Pragmatics

  • BELTA (Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association)

  • Education
  • Translation Studies
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Stylistics
  • Creative Writing
  • Applied Linguistics