Profile of Dr. Mst. Nur-E-Nazmun Nahar


Dr. Mst. Nur-E-Nazmun Nahar

Associate Professor

Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (BMB)

Faculty of Agriculture

Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Dinajpur.



    To develop myself in excellent teaching and research that will allow me to use my knowledge and experience for student development.


    Plant Stress Physiology and Biochemistry


  1. Doctor of Philosophy, 2017

    Okayama University

  2. MS in Biochemistry, 2009

    Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh

  3. Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Hons.), 2006

    Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh

  4. Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (HSC), 2000

    Dinajpur Govt. Women's college, Bangladesh

  5. Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSC), 1998

    Cheradangi High School, Dinajpur, Bangladesh


  1. Associate Professor
    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University

    September 29, 2017 to Present

  2. Assistant Professor
    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University

    May 16, 2012 to September 28, 2017

  3. Lecturer
    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University

    May 16, 2010 to May 15, 2012

  4. Lecturer
    Sheikh Fajilatunnessa Mujib Fisheries College (Science and Technology University) Jamalpur

    November 30, -0001 to November 30, -0001


Journal Papers

  1. Haque MA, Ashik MA, Aktar S, Akter MS, Halilu A, Haque MA, Islam MR,  Abdullah‑Al‑Mamun M, Nahar MNN, Das SR, Das KC, Ahmed I, Manir MS, Islam MK, Shahadat MRB. Rapid Deconstruction of Cotton, Coir, Areca, and Banana Fibers Recalcitrant Structure Using a Bacterial Consortium with Enhanced Saccharification. Waste and Biomass Valorization     (SCIE, I.F.=2.8) 

  2. Chakraborty P, Nahar MNN, Hossain MA, Prodhan MY (2020). Study on the demographic Characteristics with the lipid profile of the cardiovascular patients in Dinajpur district of Bangladesh. Journal of Science and Technology. 18: 1-7.

  3. Prodhan MY, Munemasa S, Nahar MNN, Nakamura Y, Murata Y. (2018). Guard cell salicylic acid signaling is integrated into abscisic acid signaling via Ca+/CPK-dependent pathway. Plant Physiology (IF 7.03), USA DOI:  

  4. Nahar MNN, Islam MM, Hoque MA, Yonezawa A, Prodhan MY, Nakamura T, Nakamura Y, Munemasa S, Murata Y. 2017. Exogenous proline enhances the sensitivity of Tobacco BY-2 cells to arsenate. BBB(Japan). (IF 1.255)81(9): 1726-1731

  5. Sarker BC, Roy B, Mustary S, Nahar MNN, Basak B. 2014. Root growth, yield and protein content of summer mungbean in response to lime. Journal of Science and Technology. 12: 1-7

  6. N-E-Ferdous RA, Islam MJ, Nahar MNN, Islam MS, Sarker BC. 2012. Interactive effects of liming and Napthelene acetic acid on growth, root nodulation and seed yield of summer mungbean. 15(2): 37-46

  7. Nahar MNN, Prodhan M Y, Roy PK. 2012. Amino acids and mineral contents of a wild bean. Bangladesh Journal of Crop Science. 22-23: 79-84

  8. Roy B, Nahar MNN, Sarker BC, Roy JC, Uddin MN. 2012. Physico-morphological attributes of some mango varieties of Dinajpur district in Bangladesh. Journal of Science and Technology. Vol. 9&10: 33-41

  9. Sarker BC, Roy B, Nahar MNN, Sarker SC, Uddin MN. 2012. Comparative study of physicochemical properties of some selected mango varieties. Journal of Science and Technology. Vol. 9&10: 49-53

  10. Basu SK, Talukder NM, Nahar MNN, Rahman MM, Prodhan MY. 2012. Evaluation of nutritional status of grain of boro rice (cv. BRRI dhan 28) applying chemical fertilizers and organic manure cultivated under system of rice intensification (SRI). Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Tecnology. 12(1): 53-56 Nahar, N. N., Roy, P. K., Prodhan, M. Y. 2010. Biochemical analysis of a wild bean. International Journal of Bio Research. 2(6): 21-24

  11. Nahar MNN, Roy PK, Prodhan MY. 2010. Biochemical analysis of a wild bean. International Journal of Bio Research. 2(6): 21-24


    1. Monbukagakusho Scholarship

      Funded by: Funded by: Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan


    1. Investigating the mitigation potentiality of salt-stressed purple rice in response to exogenous proline application.

      Funded by: Ministry of Science & Technology, Bangladesh.FY (2018~2019)

      Position: Principle Investigator

      Description: To clarify the effect of proline on salt stressed purple rice, which can be used as index for in vitro salt tolerance in purple rice.