Faculty Member

Faisal Ahmed

Sr. Lecturer

S.S.C. in Humanities (2000), Sher-E-Bangla Nagar Govt. Boys' High School, Dhaka
H.S.C. in Humanities (2002), Govt. Bangla College, Dhaka
M.Phil. in Literary Aestheticism (in progress, 2019), Bangladesh University of Professionals, Mirpur Cantonment, Dhaka
MA in English Literature (2010), The University of Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, UK
BA (Hons) in English Literature (2008), Dhaka College under National University, Gazipur, Bangladesh

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5617-7871

Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Bpe_XtwAAAAJ&hl=en

Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Faisal_Ahmed52/research

Researcher ID: https://publons.com/researcher/3665137/faisal-ahmed/

Short Biography:

Faisal Ahmed is the Senior Lecturer and faculty member of the Department of English at World University of Bangladesh (WUB). He has been here at WUB since January 2015. Apart from university teaching, he is an 'International Baccalaureate' Examiner, based in UK and Teacher Trainer at 'I CAN READ', Singapore.  He has achieved teacher trainer portfolio under Cambridge (PDQ) Assessment International Education, UK and teacher trainer certificate from Arizona State University, USA in 2018.

Mr. Ahmed is an M.Phil. Fellow (started in 2019) in English Literature (Literary Aestheticism) at Bangladesh University of Professionals, Mirpur Cantonment, Dhaka. He previously graduated Master of Arts in English Literature in 2010 from the University of Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, UK and Bachelor of Arts in English from Dhaka College under National University, Gazipur, Bangladesh in 2008.

Faisal Ahmed has published 3 journal articles and few poems in Bengali and English in The Daily Observer and monthly literary magazine Shondhya. He also presented a conference paper on “Teaching and Learning Language through Culture and Literature” at BRAC University. In addition to that Mr. Ahmed has more than 5 journal articles pending for publication in different national and international journals.

The major research interest of Mr. Ahmed lies in performing arts, literature, culture, creative writing, post-colonialism, the enlightenment, modern drama or theatre of the absurd, metaphysical poetry and transcendentalism. 

Mr. Ahmed has a constant endeavour to develop the level of his personal and professional skills and capabilities. He ceaselessly strives for excellence in teaching, learning, educational development and research. Teaching and studying in the field of art, culture and literature is his passion. He has more than 10 years of experience in teaching at both secondary and tertiary level along with being teacher trainer at elementary and secondary level, English Instructor, translator, international examiner, pedagogical and andragogical expert.

Mr. Ahmed believes in creativity and innovation which is the only step to prosperity at individual and group level. Apart from literature, arts, music, culture, philosophy and international relations are also in his interest list. Creative writing is his added competence. He has an aspiration to contribute to the fields of arts, culture, literature and intellectualism to make the world a better place to live in. He thinks that the fields of arts, culture and literature should be provided equal patronage like those of science.

Reading literary books, music, singing and travelling are the favourite hobbies of Mr. Ahmed. In addition to those, he is a motivational speaker, writer, poet, critic and bibliomaniac. He has a great desire for travelling around the world. 

Journal Section
  1. Ahmed, F. (2018). Lyrical life: The prevailing mysticism of the evolution and inevitable putrefaction of the great human race, International Journal of English and Literature (Academic Journals), Vol.9, No.6, pp. 71-78, DOI: 10.5897/IJEL2017.1067. Article Number: 63A2A8159324, ISSN: 2141-2626. Available in Online.

  2. Ahmed, F. (2019). Teaching & Learning Language through its Culture & Literature: A Study. City University Journal. Vol.4, No.1, pp. 45-54 ISSN: 2412-2823. Available in online.

  3. Ahmed, F. (2019). Misinterpretation of Marxism in Cross-Cultures and Alien Languages: Dr. Yunus’ Microfinance to Fix the Conflicts. IJEDS. Vol.6, No.4

  4. Ahmed, F. (2020). Hamletism and Stream of Consciousness in Syed Waliullah’s Chander Amabasya. BUP Journal. Vol.8, Issue. 1

  5. Ahmed, F. (2019). The Role of EU in Humanitarian Aid over Rohingya Crisis: A Geopolitical Perspective

  6. Ahmed, F. (2020). Banglish, Chinglish and Hinglish: The Rat Race of Degrading Individual Identity. The Crossings.

  7. Ahmed, F. (2018). Lyrical Life. The Daily Observer. P.17, Literature section. Dhaka. Available in Online.

  8. Ahmed, F. (2017). Dhonoban-Goriban. Shondhya-A monthly Bengali literary magazine. Available in print version only.

Conference Section
  1. Ahmed, F. (2018). Teaching & Learning English through its Culture & Literature: to catch up with the modern world and enter the race of globalization. A conference paper presented in an international conference at BRAC University, Rethinking Disciplinary Diversity: Challenges of Teaching English in the 21st Century. On 15-16 November 2018. Dhaka.

SL Collaboration & Membership Name Type Membership Year Membership Expire Year
1 BELTA Lifetime Membership 2017 Life Time
2 HighScope Standard Membership 2016 Life Time
3 The Royal Society of Literature, UK Individual Membership 2010 2012
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SL Certificate Title Institution Year Country
1 IELTS British Council 2019 Bangladesh
2 Cambridge Professional Development Qualifications for Teachers Cambridge Assessment International Education 2018 UK
3 The American English (AE) E-Teacher Program, Professional Development for Teacher Trainers Arizona State University 2018 USA