Center of Excellence in Higher Education
The First Private University in Bangladesh

Mizanur Rahman

Full Time Faculty

General Information -

Office Hour:
Room: NAC912
Telephone: +880-2-55668200 Ext:

Curriculum Vitae

Mr. Mizanur Rahman is a lecturer at the Department of Political Science and Sociology. Mizan has been working at North South University since April 2015. He has both corporate and academic experiences. He completed his Bachelor (BSS) and Masters (MSS) degree, major in Public Administration from the University of Dhaka. Before pursuing his Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) in Public Administration from the University of Bergen (Norway). He worked in diverse private sectors for few years. Mizan has been involved in various voluntary and extra-curricular activities in home country and abroad. He has an intense research interest in comparative public policy, citizen trust, public opinions and attitudes study, e-governance, climate change governance, public policy, nonprofit organizations, transport policy and urban governance.

  • 2014 International Summer School (ISS, University of Oslo) Scholarship.
  • Winner of the Case Competition 2013, Bergen organized by Study Bergen, Springbrettet and Aibel.
  • 2013 Field Research Grant from the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Bergen.
  • 2012- 2014 Norwegian State Education Fund to pursue Master’s at the University of Bergen, Norway.
  • 2013 SUPRA Nordic Scholarship – Visiting scholarship from Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) (NIAS is  ……….an independent research centre, an integrated part of University of Copenhagen).
  • 2009 General Government Scholarship for the Dhaka University Post-graduate Students on merit.
  • 2004 –2007 University Undergraduate Scholarship (1st year to 4th Year).

April, 2015 – till date                      Lecturer
                                                        Department of Political Science and Sociology (PSS)
                                                        Northsouth University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Undergraduate Courses:


Introduction to Public Administration (PAD 201)
Introduction to Governance (POL 104) 

Introduction of Political Science (POL 101)