Mohammad Sarwar Rekabder

Full Time Faculty
Lecturer

MBA, Carleton University, Canada
MBA, Dhaka University, Bangladesh
BBA, Dhaka University, Bangladesh

Phone: +880-2-55668200 Ext-
Email: mohammad.rekabder@northsouth.edu
Room: NAC 953

Mohammad Sarwar Rekabder is a fulltime lecturer at the School of Business, NSU. Rekabder completed his MBA from Sprott-School of Business, Carleton University, Canada, with a specialization in Financial Management. He also received his BBA and MBA, with concentration in Accounting, from University of Dhaka in 2004 and 2005 respectively. He is the Recipient of the Education Board scholarship in BBA, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. His coauthored essay titled -The Role of Family Bonding in Family Business- received first prize price award from the Canadian Association for Family Enterprise (CAFE), Ottawa.

His professional experience includes working as accounting administrator at Massey Centre for Women (Ontario, Canada). He also worked as accounting consultant at Canadian Accounting and Tax (Toronto), a Canadian accounting firm specialized on personal and corporate tax planning. 

Course taught: Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting and Corporate Finance

Research interests: Balanced Scorecard and performance measurement, Earnings Management and Quality of Accounting information

  1. Khan, M.T.F, Sayem,S.M. and Rekabder, M. Sarwar Jahan (2010), “Forecasting price of selected agricultural commodities in Bangladesh: An empirical study". Journal of ASA University Review, Volume04.
  2. Hasan, M. T., Rekabder, M. Sarwar Jahan, Akter Shammi and Sayem, S.M (2010), “Basel II: A challenge and an opportunity to Bangladeshi Banking”. Journal of ASA University Review. Volume-03.

2005--Recipient of the Education Board scholarship in BBA and MBA, University of Dhaka Bangladesh

Full Time Faculty
Lecturer

MBA, Carleton University, Canada
MBA, Dhaka University, Bangladesh
BBA, Dhaka University, Bangladesh

Phone: +880-2-55668200 Ext-
Email: mohammad.rekabder@northsouth.edu
Room: NAC 953