Profile of Md. Rashidul Islam


Md. Rashidul Islam

Assistant Professor

Department of Fisheries Biology & Genetics (FBG)

Faculty of Fisheries

Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Dinajpur.



    Protein, Tissue Engineering, Human Health, and Biodiversity & Aquatic Ecology


  1. PhD Fellow (Study leave), 2017

    Hokkaido University, Japan

  2. Master of Science in Fisheries Biology & Genetics, 2010

    Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh

  3. Bachelor of Science in Fisheries, 2008

    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Dinajpur, Bangaldesh


  1. Assistant Professor
    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University

    February 01, 2014 to Present

  2. Lecturer
    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University

    February 01, 2012 to January 31, 2014


Journal Papers

  1. Mia MJ, Naher J, Azom MG, Sabuz MSR, Islam MH & Islam MR. 2019. Spatiotemporal variations in diversity indices and finfish assemblage in relation to ecological indicators of the Atrai River, Dinajpur, Bangladesh. Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Research, 45, 175-182. (Q3, Elsevier)

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  2. Islam MR & Azom MG. 2018. Parameters associated with growth factors of five fish species in the Atrai River, Dinajpur, Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 53, 155-160. Thomson & Reuters

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  3. Islam MR, Roy S, Mia MJ & Amin AKMR. 2018. Length-length, length-weight relationships and condition factors for four freshwater fishes from the Atrai River, Dinajpur, Bangladesh. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 34, 200-202. (Q2, IF = 0.845)

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  4. Islam MR, Mia MJ & Shirin S. 2019. Fish assemblage and structure with its hydrological parameters at Karatoya fish sanctuary, Panchagarh, Bangladesh. Iranian Journal of Fisheries Sciences, 53, 155-160. (Q3, IF = 0.446)

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  5. Islam MR, Mia MJ & Lithi UJ. 2017. Spatial and temporal disparity of fish assemblage relationship with environmental factors in the Tangon and Kulik Rivers, Thakurgaon, Bangladesh. Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 17, 1209-1218. (Q4, IF = 0.566)

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  6. Islam MR & Mia MJ. 2016. Length-weight and length-length relationships for five fish species from Atrai River, Dinajpur, Bangladesh. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 32, 1371-1373. (Q2, IF = 0.783)

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  7. Islam MR & Mollah MFA. 2013. Morphological observation and PG-induced breeding of Glossogobius giuris (Hamilton, 1822). Journal of Science and Technology, 11, 171-180. 

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  1. Islam MR & Mollah MFA. 2017. Morphology and Breeding Biology of Tank Goby, Glossogobius giuris. ISBN: 978-3-330-31814-4


  1. Islam MR. 2010. Morphological observation and PG-induced breeding of Glossogobius giuris (Hamilton, 1822). Master's thesis (Mater of Science in Fisheries Biology and Genetics) submitted to the Departement of Fisheries Biology and Genetics, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. pp 54. 

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  1. Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship 2017

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

  2. NST-Fellowship (2010-2011)

    Funded by: Ministry of Science and Technology (Bangladesh)


  1. An assessment on fish diversity of two major rivers Tangon and Kulik of Thakurgaon district in Bangladesh

    Funded by: Institute of Research and Training (HSTU) and University Grant Commission (UGC), Bangladesh

    Position: Principal Investigator

    Description: Stream fish assemblage and their association with major ecological factors were spatiotemporally conducted from January to December 2015 at the Tangon and Kulik Rivers of Thakurgaon district in Bangladesh. A total of 6,561 specimens belonging to 53 fish species dominated (> 4.86%) by Aspidoparia jaya, Pethia ticto, Puntius sophore, Channa punctatus and Canthophrys gongota both in rivers and seasons. Based on space and time, significant differences (P < 0.05) were observed in the values of diversity indices between two rivers. Spatial and temporal patterns influenced species copiousness and richness that higher in winter season due to little water echelon. Fish communities were differed between rivers (R = 0.46, P < 0.01) and seasons (R = 0.21, P < 0.01) stressing as 0.24 and dividing into two clusters at a value of 87.65% union. Canonical Correspondence Analysis (CCA) specified that water depth, water temperature and transparency were key environmental factors affecting fish assembly, abundance and distribution. Therefore, advanced plans and management strategies should be taken to save threatened fishes at low water depth during dry and winter seasons than others.