Faculty Profile

Karim, Salma, Ph.D.

Professor & Director - Institute of Business & Economic Research (IBER)Email : ska@bus.uiu.ac.bd

1. Ph.D. (Degree Conferred)

Department of Management Studies

University of Dhaka (2009)

External- Manchester Business School

Manchester University, UK

2.  Master in Business Administration (MBA)

Frank Sawyer School of Management

Suffolk University, Boston, MA, USA (1999)

CGPA – 3.83 at 4.0 scale.

3.  Master of Commerce (M. Com.) in Accounting

Department of Accounting

University of Dhaka. (Exam of 1985 ended in 1988)

First Class-11th

4.  Bachelor of Commerce (B. Com.) in Accounting

Department of Accounting

University of Dhaka. (Exam of 1984 ended in 1986)

First Class-6th.

5.  Higher Secondary Certificate, Commerce.

Govt. Rajendra College, Faridpur, Dhaka Board. (1981)

First Division-1st  Place in the Board merit list.

6.  Secondary School Certificate, Humanities.

Govt. Girls’ High School, Faridpur, Dhaka Board. (1979)

First Division. Letter Marks in three subjects.

 

 

Occupation Duration
Professor in Accounting
School of Business and Economics
United International University (UIU)
01/02/10 to Present
Director
Institute of Business and Economic Research (IBER)
United International University (UIU)
01/08/13 to Present
Associate Professor in Accounting
School of Business, Bangladesh Open University
13/05/03 to 31/01/10
Assistant Professor in Accounting
School of Business, Bangladesh Open University
31/08/95 to 12/05/03
Lecturer in Accounting
School of Business, Bangladesh Open University
22/11/93 to 30/08/95
Lecturer in Accounting
Dhaka City College, Dhaka
 Nov. ’89 to May ’93
Part time Faculty in Accounting
BBA Department, North South University
 Jan. 2000 to Dec 2009
Part time Faculty in Accounting, MBA and BBA
International Business Department, Dhaka University
 July 2009 to Jan 2010
Part time Faculty, MBA and BBA
Faculty of Business & Economics,
Daffodil International University, Dhaka
 May 2004 to Dec 2009
Part time Faculty, MBA
IIUC, Female Campus, Dhaka
Sept. 2006 to Apr. 2009
Financial Accounting Instructor
Jobs For Youth, Boston Inc. Boston, MA, USA
Jan. ’99 to Sept ’99

 

SHORT TERM TRAINING:

1.(May 01 to May 30,’98)

University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada.

A 30-day training program in Distance Education Concepts,Procedures and Instructional Media.

 

2. (Apr. 15 to Apr. 20,’95)

Bangladesh Open University, Sponsored By COL Training conducted by, Jack Koumi, Educational Media Trainer, COL. Theory of Screen Writing for Educational TV.

 

3. (Apr. 29 to May 04,’95)

Bangladesh Open University, Sponsored by The British Council.

Training conducted by John Jaworski, Senior Producer, BBC Education. Audio-Visual Teaching Materials – The Producer.

 

4. (Oct. 08 to Oct.20,’94)

Bangladesh Open University. Certificate awarded by: Central Queensland University, Australia. Fundamentals in the Design and Writing of Open Learning Materials.

 

5. (May 5 to May 19,’94)

Bangladesh Open University, Sponsored By COL.

Training conducted by, Tirthankar Bose, Consultant, COL.

Editing Open Learning Course-book.

Publications
No. Article Status
1. Karim, S., 1989, ‘Basic Accounting Principles and Applications’, The Bangladesh Accountant, Journal of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Bangladesh, vol. 12, no. 2 pp -67-75 Published
2. Ahsan, Q.M.G., Karim, S., 2000, Construction Contracts: Compliance with International Standard’, Islamic University Studies, Faculty of Business Administration, Islamic University, vol. 3, no. 2, pp 42-54. Published
3. Karim, S., Kamal, M.A., Islam, M., 2001, ‘Role of Radio and TV Programmes in Distance and Open Learning System: A Case of Bangladesh Open University’, Indian Journal of Open Learning, IGNOU, vol. 10, no. 2, pp 151-158 Published
4. Karim, S., Ahmmod, S.M.M., 2002, ‘Confidence of MBA Students in DE System Regarding Standards and Status – A Case of BOU’, Indian Journal of Open Learning, IGNOU, vol. 11, no.1, pp 73-84. Published
5. Islam, M., Karim, S., 2002, ‘Delivery Mode of Second-Generation Open and Distance Education: A Study of their Effectiveness at Bangladesh Open University’, Journal of Social Science and Humanities’, BOU, vol. 1, no. 2, pp 17-27. Published
6. Karim, S., Ahmmod, S.M.M., 2003 ‘Improving Acceptance and Attraction of the MBA Program in Distance Education System of Bangladesh Open University’, Journal of Business Studies, School of Business, BOU, vol. 1, no. 1, pp 19-37. Published
7. Karim, S., 2003, ‘Exploring the Determinants for Successful Implementation of Just-In-Time (JIT) Production Philosophy-A Review of Literature’, Journal of Management Studies University of Dhaka, vol. 8 & 9, no. 1, pp 73-85. Published
8. Karim, S., Ahmed, S., 2003, ‘Conflict at Work Place: Types, Causes and Impact in the Private Organizations of Bangladesh’, Journal of Business Studies, School of Business, BOU, vol. 1, no. 2, pp 45-57. Published
9. Karim, S., Islam, M., 2004, ‘Use of Media in Open and Distance Learning: A Study on their Use at Bangladesh Open University’, Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences & Education, The Open University of Sri Lanka, no. 2, pp 135-147. Published
10. Karim, S., Afrin, S., 2004, ‘Status of Female Students in Tertiary level Programs of the School of Business at BOU: Problems and Prospects’, Journal of Business Studies, School of Business, BOU, vol. 2, no. 1, pp 39-52. Published
11. Karim, S., Zubayer, M., 2008, ‘The Impact of Technology in Modern Education with Special Emphasis on Open and Distance Learning: SWOT Analysis as Perceived by the Stakeholders’, Indian Journal of Open Learning, IGNOU, vol. 17, no. 3, pp 213-224. Published
12. Karim, S.,2009, ‘The Journey towards Implementing Just-in-Time Production Practices: A Case Study on a Garment Manufacturing Unit in Bangladesh’, Journal of Business Administration, IBA, University of Dhaka, vol. 35, no. 1& 2,  January – April, 2009. Published
13 Karim, S.,2010, ‘JIT Supporting Environmental Factors and JIT Implementation: Empirical Evidence from Bangladesh’ Proceedings of the International Conference on Knowledge Globalization May 08- May10, North South University, Bangladesh, Suffolk University, Boston, USA, Knowledge Globalization Institute, USA. Sl. no. 46, pp 252-260. (Full paper was published) Published