Subrata Kumar Mallick


Assistant Professor



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Currently, working as an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Kushtia Government College, Kushtia, Bangladesh. Recruited as a BCS (General Education) Cadre through 31st BCS. Before joining this profession, the experience of working as a research assistant at a project of World Vision Bangladesh, and Senior officer of a state-owned bank has provided the opportunity of gathering diversified leadership skills. Completed my second master’s degree in Public Management from the University of Birmingham, UK in 2020 for developing my leadership skills in providing public services. Also completed graduation and post-graduation in Sociology from Khulna University. My recent experience of working as a Master Trainer of the National Academy for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disability has created interest in conducting a research project on Autism related issues.

Educational Qualification

  • Master of Science in Public Management

MSc Public Management

Institute of Local Government Studies, School of Government, University of Birmingham, UK.

Project Title: What leadership styles are operating in Government Colleges of Bangladesh in achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4?

  • Masters of Social Science (MSS) in Sociology

Sociology Discipline, School of Social Science, Khulna University.

  • Bachelor of Social Science (BSS) in Sociology

Sociology Discipline, School of Social Science, Khulna University.

  • Fellowships

Prime Minister Fellowship-2019, Bangladesh; Issued by GIU, Prime Minister’s Office, Dhaka · Jan 2019

Professional Experience

Teaching Experience

Working as a BCS (General Education Cadre) officer since 2013 and current posting at department of sociology; Kushtia Government College, Kushtia.

Experience as a Master Trainer

Working as a Master Trainer of ‘Autism and Neuro-Development Disabilities’ Project, Dhaka with my teaching since 2018. Under this project my main duties are to create awareness about autism related issues among the school teachers, guardians and local government authorities.

Banking Experience

I have worked as a Senior Officer at Agrani Bank Limited, Bangladesh for almost one year (2012).

Experience in the Development Field

Supervisor, “Assessment of Women and Children at Risk: The Case of Khulna Division”- World Vision Bangladesh: June 15-2008-September 30-2008.

Facilitator, HIV/AIDS Light for Life (Jeebon Alo) Project, Khulna-World Vision Bangladesh, October 15-2008 to September 2009.

Training and Workshop

Future Leaders (Enhanced Continuing Professional Development) Cohort 13 training in Bangladesh; University of Nottingham, Malaysia (2022).

Education Planning and Development; National Academy for Educational Management (NAEM), Dhaka (2022).

Master Trainer of ‘Autism and Neuro-Development Disabilities’, Dhaka (2018).

Foundation Training; National Academy for Educational Management (NAEM), Dhaka (2015).

Training of Social Research and Data Management, Women and Child Trafficking Project, World Vision Bangladesh (2008).

Trained on Gender and Development as a Trainer organized by NSNP Forum, JJS-Action Aid Bangladesh (2006).

Article Published

Mallick. ( ). Leading Government Colleges of Bangladesh towards 2030: Principal and vice-principal   Perspectives. Journal of Education Leadership, Policy and Practice. NZEALS (Under Review)

Mallick and Roy. (2020) Sexual and reproductive health needs of people living with HIV/AIDS and the social responses in association with stigma and discrimination. Mediscope, 7(1), pp.7-16.


Roy, Mallick, and Hassan. (2011) Rural-Urban Differentials of Gender Inequality and Reproductive Health among married Women in Southwestern Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies 10(1&2), pp. 333-339.


Course Taught

Introduction to Political Thought, Research Methodology, Social Structure of Bangladesh, Social Demography,

Research Interest

Disability, Autism, Education Leadership

Other Interests

Travelling and Creative Writing

Several travel stories have published in the most popular Bangla Daily ‘Prothom Alo’.