Writer : মওদুদ ইলাহী
ISBN : 984 08 0044 2
Year of Publication : 1991
Cover Design : Golam Sarwar
Size : 9.9"X7.3"
Price : Tk. 250 (hardback) / US$ 15

পরিসংখ্যান পদ্ধতি এবং স্থানিক বিশ্লেষণ

স¤প্রতি বিশুদ্ধ বিজ্ঞান থেকে সমাজ বিজ্ঞানের বিভিন্ন শাখায় পরিসংখ্যান পদ্ধতির ব্যবহার ব্যাপকতা লাভ করেছে। সহজলভ্য ইলেকট্রনিক ক্যালকুলেটর এবং কম্প্যুটারের প্রচলন এই ব্যাপকার প্রসার দ্রুত করেছে। তবে অবস্থানিক এবং স্থানিক তথ্যের যথেষ্ট ব্যবহার ভূবিদ্যা, সমাজতত্ব, নৃ-বিজ্ঞান, আঞ্জলিক পরিকল্পনা, রাষ্ট্রনীতি, অর্থনীতি ইত্যাদি বিষয়ে ঘটলে এসমস্ত বিষয়ে পরিসংখ্যান পদ্ধতির প্রয়োজ এখন পর্যন্ত সীমিত রয়ে গেছে। এরই প্রেক্ষিতে এই পুস্তকের একটি প্রধান উদ্দেশ্য হচ্ছে, অতি সহজ এবং যতদূর সম্ভব অপরিসংখ্যানগত ভাষায় বিভিন্ন পরিসংখ্যান পদ্ধতির তাত্বীক ও প্রয়োগিক বিষয়গুলি শিক্ষার্থীদের নিকট তুলে ধরা।
Writer : Tauhid Alam
ISBN : 978-984-90880-1-1
Year of Publication : May 2014
Cover Design : Tauhid Alam
Size : 9.5"X7"
Price : Tk. 2,000 (paperback) / US$ 25

Demographic Dividend in Bangladesh

Writer : M. Aminul Islam Akanda
ISBN : 984 08 0241 6
Year of Publication : 2008
Cover Design : Golam Kabir
Size : 8.7"X5.5"
Price : Tk. 375 (hardback), US$ 15

Process of Agricultural Development in Bangladesh

This research-based publication identified a few models for development of agricultural policy, land market, rice farming and vegetable farming. The agricultural policies were first analyzed to identify their contributions to technological progress in crop farming. This book presented how the changes in politics made it revamped, how the farmers once struggling for rice enjoyed rice production, and how the commercial vegetable farming expanded after an expansion of its distant marketing.
Writer : Muhammed Shafi
ISBN : 984 08 0175 8
Year of Publication : 2003
Cover Design : Hesabur Rahman Nipu
Size : 8.7"X5.5"
Price : Tk. 200 (Paperback), US$ 10

Bangladesh Fisheries

The book is comprised of thirty five popular articles mostly highlighting the contemporary problems of the Fisheries Sector in Bangladesh during the period from 1975 to 2001. Some of these articles have been published in the national English dailies. Some are presented at National Conferences/Seminars and Training Programmes on fisheries held in Dhaka or elsewhere during the period. There are two reports on Joyshagar Fish Farm, Neemgachi, introducing and discussing the problems, prospects and development of aquaculture there.
ISBN : 984 08 0114 7
Year of Publication : 1994
Cover Design : Rahman Habib
Size : 8.7"X5.5"
Price : Tk. 70 (hardback), US$ 10

World Day for Water
Management of International River Basins and
Environmental Challenges

Proceedings of a seminar of management of international river basins and environmental challenges organized by Bangladesh National Committee of the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (ICID) in cooperation with local Government Engineering Department and swedish international Development Agency of the occasion of World Day for water, 22 March 1994, Dhaka.
The Seminar was held to observe the Day which has been declared as ‘World Day for Water’ to be celebrated globally each year as per resolution adopted by the United Nations General Assembly at its 47th Session. The General Assembly invited States to devote the Day, as appropriate in the national context to concrete activities such as through organization of conferences, seminars and expositions related to the conservation and the development of water resources and the implementation of the recommendations of Agenda 21 of the ‘Earth Summit’ held at Rio in June, 1992.
Writer : Md. Humayun Kabir & Shahalam M.N. Amin
ISBN : 984 08 0222 4
Year of Publication : 2007
Cover Design : Md. Moman Miah
Size : 8.7"X5.5"
Price : Tk. 300 (hardback), US$ 10

Tanguar Haor
A Diversified Freshwater Wetland

About 50% of the land in Bangladesh is classified as wetlands, and a major art of this area is covered by freshwater wetlands. ‘Tanguar Haor’ located in the northeastern part, is one of the largest natural freshwater wetlands of the country. It occupies an area of 10,000 hectares with forty-six villages scattered in surrounding private lands. This haor is extremely important for its large and diverse waterfowl populations and other biological resources, especially the large number of waterfowl species. This study found that most of the villagers depend on the haor for fishing, grazing, farming, and wetland vegetation for fuel. This book illustrates the importance of Tanguar Haor resources on local people’s livelihood and their willingness, constraints and opportunities to participation in the haor management.
Writer : Q.K. Ahmed, B.G. Verghese, Ramaswamy R. Iyer, B.B. Pradhan & S.K. Malla
ISBN : 984 08 0111 2
Year of Publication : 1994
Cover Design
Size : 8.7"X5.5"
Price : Tk. 130 (hardback), US$ 10

Converting Water into Wealth Regional
Cooperation in Harnessing the Eastern Himalayan Rivers

This book is mainly about the harnessing of the eastern Himalayan rivers for equitable benefit of co-riparian countries. It has emerged from this study that regional cooperation in the harnessing of these rivers, home to the largest concentration of the world’s poorest, offers to all the countries gains far beyond anything that can be achieved by isolated national efforts.
Writer : Dr. Kamrul Ahsan
ISBN : 984 08 0232 1
Year of Publication : 2008
Cover Design : Kamrul Ahsan & Golam Kabir
Size : 8.7"X5.5"
Price : Tk. 350 (Paper back), US$ 12

Environmental Consequences of Development
Interventions in Rural Areas

The human activities are centered on utilizing natural resources and thus interfering with natural environment. It is now widely accepted that there should be an integrated approach between environment and development. In view of the importance of conservation of nature, there is a need for integration of environment in development planning and activities.
Conservation and development of environmental issues are adequately reflected in different national documents including poverty reduction strategy document of the government. This important study report by Dr. Kamrul Ahsan highlights the consequences of development interventions in rural areas. This study was conducted in two non-flooding villages of Comilla sadar upazila and two flood-affected villages of Sonargaon upazila.
Writer : K. M. Nurul Huda
ISBN : 984 08 0229 1
Year of Publication : 2008
Cover Design : Golam Kabir
Size : 8.7"X5.5"
Price : Tk. 450 (hardback), US$ 25

Municipal Solid Waste Management
Bangladesh Perspective

About 27 millions people of 5 millions households from 229 City Corporations and municipalities of Bangladesh are responsible for generation of more of less 13,000 M.T. of municipal solid waster a day. Improper management of municipal solid waste keeps the environment, public health, comfort of the residents and aesthetic beauty of a city or town at a state of vulnerability. Proper management of municipal solid waste has been an urge of the city dwellers for leading a decent and hygienic livelihood. The book has dealt with these aspects of requirements and shown affordable ways and means to overcome the problems. Elaborate discussion on the features like-overview of Bangladesh, generation, collection & disposal of wastes, social responsibility, financial management, economic issues, and legal & regulatory aspects for appropriate management of municipal solid wastes has been assimilated in the book for taking the readers on the real situation of municipal solid waste of Bangladesh.
Writer : Anjan Kumer Dev Roy
ISBN : 984 08 0249 6
Year of Publication : 2009
Cover Design : Golam Kabir
Size : 8.5"X5.5"
Price : Tk. 250 (hardback), US$ 10

Wetland Management and Valuation:
The Sundarbans perspective for participatory forestry

The emergence of community-based forestry management is very common for forest policies in the developing world. Thus, the search for traditional forest bureaucracy of state monopoly and top-down approaches over wetland management need to be critically analysed as they have become progressively ineffective to stop the depletion.
This book is a revised form of the Masters dissertation done in the University of Bradford, UK in 1999-2000. It is hoped that this book should provide serious students of development studies and other social sciences with basic ideas on contemporary issues of forest management.