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Soroj Mehedi becomes BD Chief executive to MEDCOM-2020

 Staff Correspondent daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 06:36 PM, 22 August 2019  

Soroj Mehedi

Soroj Mehedi

Soroj Mehedi, a university teacher and researcher, has been elected the chief coordinator of Bangladesh chapter to the 6th World Conference on Media and Mass Communication (MEDCOM-2020). 

The information provided in a press release issued by the Managing Director of the International Institute of Knowledge Management (TIIKM), Isanka P Gamage. The conference is scheduled to be held at the University of Cagliari of Sardinia, Italy on May 28 to 30, 2020.

A good number of media and communication experts from different parts of the world including the United States, United Kingdom, China, France, Germany, and the others are supposed to join the conference. 

Mehedi was elected the chief coordinator of Bangladesh chapter to the 5th World Conference on Media and Mass Communication (MEDCOM-2019), which was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia last April. 

Mehedi will perform all the tasks related to TIIKM and MEDCOM-2019 in Bangladesh. Anyone willing to participate from Bangladesh can contact him and join the conference with a special waiver. Besides, the aspiring candidates, recommended by the co-coordinator, having good potential may get a full scholarship facility.

Soroj Mehedi is a university teacher, researcher, media analyst, and organizer. Apart from working as a Turkish language teacher of the Modern Language Institute of Dhaka University (DU), working as an adjunct faculty in Media and Communication department at Independent University Bangladesh (IUB), and at the Center for Modern Languages of Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP). He has been working as a Faculty of the Department of Language, Communication & Culture of Gano University also.

Soroj Mehedi started his career in journalism as Jagannath University Correspondent of Daily Ittefaq in 2010 and his professional Journalism career lasting for almost five years. He went to Turkey in 2014 with the Turkish government’s scholarship while working as a staff Reporter in the National Daily Jugantar published from Dhaka.

Mehedi — who completed bachelor from Jagannath University — became first and received first-class in ‘Masters Research Program in Basic Journalism’ from Istanbul University in 2018. Then he returned country and started teaching. 

While staying in Turkey — with European Union funding in 2016 — he completed a credit program on 'European Studies' from Pannonia University of Hungary. In 2017, he did another credit program on ‘European Studies’ from Turkey’s Kadir Has University, which was also funded by the EU. 

Mr. Mehedi has one journal and four other Conference publications. He joined some international programs with scholarship in different countries like Germany (2017), Belgium (2017), Hungary (2016), Austria (2016) Turkey (2014-2018), Ukraine (2017), Malaysia (2018), India (2018), etc., and visited some other. He has a huge number of audiences as a young writer in Bangladesh.

Being an academician Mehedi is involved with various social and Cultural actives nationally and internationally alongside. Currently, he has been working as a director of (Media & Communication) Safara Infotech and Youth Hub.  

While asking about his feelings, the young academician said it’s a great opportunity to learn from the world best communication experts. “I feel proud to represent my nation In front of them,” he added. 

DailyBangladesh/Adnan