Khaled Muhiuddin

Khaled Muhiuddin (Bengali: খালেদ মুহিউদ্দীন) is a Bangladeshi journalist of international news media DW, writer Former Assistant Commissioner of Bangladesh Government and Advisor of the World Bank and Magistrate. He is known as Bangladeshi presenter of the popular talk show of Independent Satellite Channel Independent Television of Ajker Bangladesh. Khaled is currently working as head of the German-based international media, Deutsche Welle Bangla Department.[1][2][3][4]

Khaled Muhiuddin
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Native name
খালেদ মুহিউদ্দীন
Born (1974-09-16) 16 September 1974 (age 46)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
OccupationJournalist, writer
Alma materDhaka University
SpouseFarhana Shawon
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Website
www.khaledmuhiuddin.com

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Early lifeEdit

Khaled was born in Dhaka on 16 September 1974. His ancestral residence in Comilla. He married IFIC Bank officer Farhana Shawn on 2 February 2001. While working in the Media of Bangladesh, he lived for some time in Mirpur, Dhaka with his wife Farhana Shawn and his daughter.[5][6]

EducationEdit

Khaled has graduated from the Department of Mass Communication and Journalism at Dhaka University. He does part-time teaching in this department. He was also a part-time teacher at Jahangirnagar University. He received his MA degree from West Minister University in the UK in 2003–2004.[5]

CareerEdit

Though his career began with journalism, Khaled held the post of magistrate who passed BCS examination of the Bangladesh Government Work Commission for a few months. He reported on the legal court, mineral resources as the daily Prothom Alo's city page editor and senior reporter of the magazine. He was also engaged in planning and editing the Dhakai Thaki. For some time, he was the message editor at online newspaper and private news agency Bdnews24.com. He was executive producer in Independent Television, a Bangladesh-based private television channel for 7 years. Be presented The talk show Ajker Bangladesh from the same channel. In 2006, Edward and Muro joined the International Visiter Leadership Program as a follow-up to the United States as journalists from Bangladesh. He was a World Bank consultant from 2008 to 2009.[7][8]

Published booksEdit

The number of books published by Khaled Muhiuddin is 9. These include two books titled Concept of Communication and Communication Theory written jointly with Professor ASM Asaduzzaman which are taught as textbooks at Dhaka University and Barisal University.[9][10] The books published are[1]

  • Communication Ideas
  • Communication Theory
  • Some of me
  • A Millennium Previous Story
  • One day of Aminullah'
  • 1419 – Storybook
  • human weakness
  • Travelogue 'Tittha Moment'
  • Control C Control V

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Khaled Muhiuddin ist neuer Leiter der Bengali-Redaktion der DW". Deutsche Welle.
  2. ^ "খালেদ মুহিউদ্দীন | DW | 13 June 2018". DW.COM (in Bengali). Retrieved 19 July 2019.
  3. ^ "JogajogerDharona (Concepts of Communication) (2001". Mass Communication and Journalism department of Dhaka University.
  4. ^ "Bangladesh National Museum". http. Retrieved 21 July 2019.
  5. ^ a b "পোড়া ফর্মুলা". আমাদের সময়.কম - AmaderShomoy.com. 11 April 2019. Retrieved 19 July 2019.
  6. ^ "'Bangladesh Jiggasha' finale on Independent TV on Victory day". The Independent (Bangladesh).
  7. ^ Welle (www.dw.com), Deutsche. "'সেন্সরশিপের জন্য শুধু সরকার দায়ী নয়' | DW | 12 June 2018". DW.COM (in Bengali). Retrieved 1 March 2021.
  8. ^ প্রতিবেদক, নিজস্ব. "দেশি-বিদেশি সাংবাদিকদের আলোচনা". Prothomalo (in Bengali). Retrieved 1 March 2021.
  9. ^ "University books for bcs".
  10. ^ Curriculum for Bachelor of Social Science (BSS) programme in Mass Communication and Journalism