Md. Iftekharul Amin is an expert in quantitative research and analysis. He has completed his graduation in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Dhaka. He also obtained his MBA from the Institute of Business Administration (IBA), University of Dhaka. Currently, he is a faculty member of IBA, University of Dhaka, and also the Warden of IBA Hostel. Before joining at IBA, Mr. Iftekhar worked as an Assistant Commissioner and Executive Magistrate and served at different capacities at different administrative departments of the Government of Bangladesh.
After joining at IBA, Md. Iftekharul Amin worked in different research projects. As a quantitative researcher, he worked in different research projects of development organizations like UNFPA, CARE, WHO. He was a team member for preparing a strategic plan (2011-2013) for the Bangladesh Police. As a lead researcher, he has also conducted a number of marketing research projects for different private organizations. In the Real Estate sector, he led the research team for conducting a comprehensive study on the Real Estate Sector of Bangladesh sponsored by the Real Estate and Housing Association of Bangladesh (REHAB). He also worked as the team leader of the research team for assessing the market demand for serviced apartments in the Gulshan, Banani, and Baridhara area in Dhaka city. Besides, as a coordinator and team member, he has been involved in a number of recruitment tests and selection processes in different private and public sector organizations. As a coordinator and trainer, he also manages the Business Research Methods and Integrated Marketing Communication courses and the Marketing Modules of Advanced Certificate in Business Administration (ACBA) and Advanced Certificate for Management Professionals (ACMP) courses under the Management Development Program (MDP), IBA.
As an academician, he is involved in different research projects and has published a number of research papers in different journals. His area of expertise includes Marketing Research, Consumer Behavior, E-Commerce, and Management Information Systems.