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Muhammad Moshiuzzaman

Professor Md. Moshiuzzaman is a Member of Bangladesh Civil Service (Education Cadre). In April 2015, he joined his present job on deputation as a Member (Curriculum) of National Curriculum & Textbook Board, Bangladesh. As a member of the Curriculum wing, he attended many national and international conferences, seminars, training and workshops. Amongst them, the notable ones are: Global Curriculum of Social and Financial Education organised by Aflatoun International in 2015 and 2017; PVE Leading to Terrorism Through Rule of Law Based  Criminal Justice Approaches and Promotion of a Culture of Lawfulness held in Tokyo and organised by UNODC; Capacity Building Workshop on Preventing Violent Extremism through Education held in New Delhi, India in August 2017 and organised by UNESCO and MGIEP; and the 4th Asia Pacific Meeting on Education 2030 (APMED IV) held in Bangkok, Thailand in July 2018, organised by UNESCO and UNICEF.

Prof. Moshiuzzaman has keen interest in promoting education and skills on adolescents sexual and reproductive health and rights (ASRHR), gender equality, humanity, prevention of violent extremism (PVE), and life-skill-based education and sustainable environment. He is now working as a responsible guide for research and development of the secondary curriculum of Bangladesh. He is also working as a Project Director of ‘Strengthening Life Skills Education in Schools and Madrasahs’ project, funded by UNFPA.

Prof. Moshiuzzaman had started his carrier in 1993 as a Lecturer in Bangla (Bengali) language and literature. Since then until March 2015, he served as a classroom teacher in different government colleges at graduate and post graduate levels.

He received his Bachelor’s degree in Bangla from the University of Chittagong in 1985 and Post Graduate degree from the same university in 1986.