Profile of Nazmin Akter


Nazmin Akter

Assistant Professor

Department of Horticulture (HRT)

Faculty of Agriculture

Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Dinajpur.


Mobile: +8801761820626


    To establish a greenhouse or climate chamber for growing crops in a controlled environment. To initiate a vertical farming concept in Bangladesh.


    Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA), Postharvest Technology of Fruits and Vegetables, Stress Physiology, Salinity, Molecular Biology, and Horticultural Plant Physiology.


  1. Master's Plant Sciences, 2024

    Wageningen University and Research, The Netherland

  2. Master of Science (MS) in Horticulture, 2016

    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University,Dinajpur 5200, Bangladesh

  3. B.Sc.Ag. (Hons),, 2013

    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University,Dinajpur 5200, Bangladesh


  1. Assistant Professor
    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University,Dinajpur,Bangladesh.

    July 11, 2021 to Present

  2. Lecturer
    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University,Dinajpur 5200,Bangladesh

    July 11, 2019 to July 10, 2021


Journal Papers

  1. Changes of postharvest nutritional quality and antioxidant enzymes in ‘Haribhanga’ mango by Aloe vera gel with chitosan and coconut oil coating during ambient storage.

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  2. The Biodiversity Status and Conservation Activities of Singra National Park (SNP) in the Link of Co-Management Strategy

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  3. Effect of different time of bagging for ensuring quality mangoes Cv. Mishribhog

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  4. Assessment of Processing and Nutritional Quality of Potato Genotypes in Bangladesh

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  5. Quality of vegetable seeds as influenced by various sources of collection.
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  6. Variability of Chilli (Capsicum annuum L.) Genotypes for Yield and Yield Attributes

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  7. Growth Performance of Two Ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) Varieties under Different Agroforestry Systems in Bangladesh

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  8. Farmer's perception to climate smart potato varieties in northern region of Bangladesh.

  9. Growth and Yield of Three Turmeric Varities (Curcuma longa L.) under Mango Based Agroforestry

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  10. Pre-harvest Fruit Bagging Enhanced Quality and Shelf-life of Mango (Mangifera indica L.) cv. Amrapali

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  11.  Effects of Potassium on the Growth, Yield and Physico-chemical Properties of Three Garden Pea (Pisum sativum) Varieties

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  1. Erasmus+ grant

    Funded by: Wageningen University and Research (WUR),The Netherlands

  2. Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP)

    Funded by: Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs

  3. The Anee ven den Ban Fund (ABF)

    Funded by: Wageningen University and Research (WUR) & WUFP, The Netherlands

  4. Prime Minister Gold Medal Award-2015

    Funded by: Bangladesh Government


  1. Preharvest Application of Nutrients on Quality and Storability of Litchi cv. Bombai

    Funded by: Ministry of Science and Technology, Bangladesh

    Position: Project Director

    Description: The experiment was carried out at Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and technology University, Dinajpur-5200 Bangladesh during 2020-2021. The objective of this experiment was to see the effect of nutrients viz., urea (1%), calcium chloride (1%), borax (1%), and their combinations on fruit quality and shelf life of litchi cv. Bombai. The experiment was laid out in randomized block design with 7 treatments and 3 replications. Two spray of each treatment was applied during last week of May to June (at 20 days interval). The results indicated that all the treatments significantly improved quality parameters of litchi fruits as compared to control. In terms of physico-chemical characters fruit weight (20.30g), fruit volume (20m ml) and pulp percent (17.14) were found maximum with minimum stone per cent (11.09) with application of urea 1% + borax 1%+ calcium chloride 1%. Maximum TSS (19.62oBrix), TSS/acidity ratio (24.57), maximum ascorbic acid (45.19 mg/100 g pulp) and minimum acidity (0.80%) were reported with the application of T6 (Urea 1% + borax 1%+ calcium chloride 1%) treatments whereas fruits treated with urea 1% + borax 1% gave maximum total sugars (26.64%) and reducing sugars (19.19%) as compared to control. In case of storage characters, application of Urea 1% + borax 1%+ calcium chloride 1% resulted in minimum physiological loss in weight (6.11%), (8.41) and (10.65) during 2days ,4days and 6 days respectively.


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