Faculty Member Profile

Md Shirajis Shadik
Assistant Professor
Public Administration
Master's, University of Dhaka

Mr. Shadik's research interests mostly covers the changing dynamics of Governance, Public Policy, Bureaucracy and Sustainable Development. In an era of globalization and democratization, all administrative systems are continuously trying to adapt to e-governance and welfare administration through proper, passionate and innovative service delivery. Albeit, public service delivery has lead this research foci formulating and materializing suitable and adaptive public policies in a world which is being constantly threatened by global warming, pollution and climate change coercions.
In modern-day governance, service delivery is the sole issue to focus on, from prevalent doctrines to post-modern postulations. The very structure of 'Local Government' and 'Local Self-Government' has its fitting to the 'Development Administration' or 'Welfare Administration' pitches. Governance has to be amalgamated seamlessly to all these bureaucratic places as per the citizens' demands of the 21st century.

1. Md. Shirajis Shadik, (2019) "Glass Ceiling on Women in Institutional Mechanism: Triggering and Elevating a Professional Diarchy?" Journal Name: Dynamics of Public Administration, Publisher: University of Lucknow. 36(1). e-ISSN: 0976-0377, p-ISSN: 0975-3907
2. Samantha Tamrin & Md. Shirajis Shadik, (2019) "Promises and Pitfalls of Public Private Partnerships (PPPI) Projects in Bangladesh: Whether the dimension is to flourish or to be relinquished". Journal Name: Politics and Administration, Publisher: Islamic University, Kushtia, Bangladesh 5(1&2). p-ISSN: 1818-9571
3. Md. Shirajis Shadik & Waliullah Saddam, (2019) "Gauging the nature and contours of glass ceilings on working women in Dhaka and Barishal City Corporation area." Barishal University Journal, Part-2, Volume-3 p-ISSN: 2411-247CX
4. Md. Shirajis Shadik, (2019) "Mapping the violence and inconsistencies of the debut partisan Union Parishad (UP) Election-2016 of Bangladesh." Public Affairs And Governance, 7(2). e-ISSN: 2321-2136, p-ISSN: 2321-2128
5. Md. Shirajis Shadik, & Md. Belal Hosen (In Review, 2021) "Bureauphobia and the Bureaucracy of Bangladesh: Causes, Contours, and Impacts" In review at- International Journal of Public Administration, Rutledge (Taylor and Francis), Print ISSN: 0190-0692 Online ISSN: 1532-4265

1. Md. Shirajis Shadik, (2017-18) "A search for the root causes of Bureauphobia in Bangladesh: Causes & Consequences", Funded by- University Grants Commission of Bangladesh (UGC)
2. Md. Shirajis Shadik, (2018) "Exploring the coordination between the elected local government bodies and appointed bureaucrats in the district administration of Bangladesh", Funded by- Jibonananda Das Research Centre, University of Barishal
3. Md. Shirajis Shadik, (2018-19). "Populist-politicization of the Bureaucracy and an account of corruption lead by it." Funded by- University Grants Commission of Bangladesh (UGC)
4. Md. Shirajis Shadik (2019-20), "The impacts of social networking sites on the academic performance of the secondary and higher secondary students: The case of Barisal city corporation area?" Funded by- University Grants Commission of Bangladesh (UGC)

1) Md. Shirajis Shadik, "Glass Ceiling on Women in Institutional Mechanism: Triggering and Elevating a Professional Diarchy", International Conference on- Gender Mainstreaming in Politics, Administration and Development in South Asia and Beyond (November 18-19, 2017). Organized by North South University and the University of Bergen. (Details available at- http://www.mppg-nsu.org/conference)
2) Md. Shirajis Shadik, (December, 2018). "Bureauphobia and the Decay of Public Service delivery: Measures to Overcome." INSEARCH 2018 5th International Integrative Research Conference on Governance and Modernization in Changing Environment. BARD, Comilla, Bangladesh.
3) Md. Shirajis Shadik, & Tasniya Sumya (July 2019), "Rohingya Crisis and National Security: Is Bangladesh on right track?"Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh: Challenges and Sustainable Solutions. Dhaka: UNHCR & North South University, Dhaka.

1) Student Advisor
(July 2019- Till Date)
Department of Public Administration
University of Barishal, Bangladesh.
2) Registered Graduate
University of Dhaka
Dhaka, Bangladesh
3) President in Charge
(August 2019- December 2020),
& Executive Member
(Twice- in the year of 2017, 2019)
Barishal University Teachers Association (BUTA)
4) Assistant House Tutor
(October, 2016- October 2018)
Sher-e-Bangla Hall (Dormatory)
University of Barishal
5) Member
(January 2009-December 2012)
Dhaka University Environment Society (DUES)
University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

"Member" of the "Conference Steering Committee"
"2022 International Conference on Padma Bridge & it's Socio-Economic Implications" held on 18th June, 2022,
Organized by the Faculty of Social Sciences,
University of Barishal. Bangladesh

1. Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering,
University of Global Village, Barishal, Bangladesh.
2. Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering,
Barishal Engineering College, Barishal, Bangladesh.

1. Institutional Profile: http://bu.ac.bd/?ref=teacher_profile_data_public_ad
2. Personal Blog: https://sirajissadik.wordpress.com/
3. Twitter Handle: @sirajissadik
4. LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/md-sirajis-sadik-4b1493147/