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Thufathun Nessa Chowdhury






Assistant Professor for Marketing
School of Business Administration
Email: thufathunnessa@eastdelta.edu.bd

Available from:
Sunday to Thursday: 11.00 am to 5 pm

Course Instructor of:

  1. MKT201: Principles of Marketing
  2. MKT201: Marketing Management
  3. MKT401: Consumer Behavior
  4. MKT402: Promotion Management
  5. MKT403: Service Marketing
  6. MKT404: Marketing Research
  7. MKT406: International Marketing
  8. MKT407: Product Pricing Policies
  9. MKT410: Selling and Salesmanship
  10. MGT201: Principles of Management
  11. MGT301: Organizational Behavior
  12. STA101: Elementary Statistics
  13. STA201: Advanced Statistics

Academic Qualifications:

Master of Philosophy (M. Phil)
Department of Marketing Studies and International Marketing (MSIM)
University of Chittagong
Session: 2010-2011

Master in Business Administration (Major in Marketing)
Department of Marketing Studies and International Marketing (MSIM)
University of Chittagong
Session: 2008

Bachelor of Business Administration
Department of Marketing
University of Chittagong
Passing Year: 2007

Research Interest:

  • CSR in SMEs (Publication)
  • Tourism and (Publication)
  • Leadership Traits (Publication)
  • Eco-tourism (Thesis)
  • Leadership traits and styles for the new recruits in tourism industry (Work-in-progress)
  • Branding Tourists Destinations (Recent Concentration)


  1. Quader, M.S., Alam, M. R., & Chowdhury, T. N. (2011). The Relationship Between Religious Beliefs and Corporate Social Responsibility in SMEs’ in the UK. The Cost and Management, 39 (3), 21-29
  2. Chowdhury, T. N., (2015). A Survey on Perceived Leadership Traits of the Young and Experienced Leaders: Preference of the Young Recruits. European Journal of Business and Management, 7 (3), 226-239
  3. Chowdhury, T. N., & Chowdhury, M. M. (2014). An Analysis of Guest Occupancy and Profit of Private and Public Hotels in Cox’s Bazar. Asian Business Review, 4(3)