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Asian Studies: Jahangirnagar University Journal of Government and Politics
Professor Dr. Al Masud Hasanuzzaman
Professor Dr. Naseem Akhter Hussain
Professor Dr. Abdul Latif Masum
Dr. K. M. Mahiuddin
ASIAN STUDIES: Jahangirnagar University Journal of Government and Politics (ISSN-0253-3375) is published annually in June by the Department of Government and Politics, Jahangirngar University, Savar, Dhaka-1342, Bangladesh.
Authors of the articles published in Asian Studies: Jahangirnagar University Journal of Government and Politics bear the sole responsibilities of views and opinions expressed therein and the Department of Government and Politics, the Editor or members of the Editorial Board share in no way any responsibility whatsoever on their counts.
Interested researchers are requested to submit by January 15 every year their articles, notes and book reviews on any subject relevant to Asian Affairs to the Editor of the Journal. Manuscripts should be typed on one side of the paper, double-spaced with ample margins. Only two complete hard copies along with CD (in MS Word) is required. Footnotes and referencing style should be followed with Harvard Method.
Any other correspondence on editorial, advertising or any matter whatsoever should be done with the Editor, Asian Studies: Jahangirnagar University Journal of Government and Politics, Department of Government and Politics, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka-1342.
Asian Studies: Jahangirnagar University Journal of Government and Politics can be have at price BDT 100.00/US$ 5.00 per copy. Penultimate Issues of the Journal are available at the Department of Government and Politics.
Copyright (c) 2013, Department of Government and Politics, Jahangirnagar University.
|Author||Title of the Article|
|A Study of Sheikh Mujibâ€™s Leadership Traits|
|Ejaz Hussain||Explaining the Authority Structure in Pakistan: The Military Matters|
Nasrin Jahan Jinia
|Politics of Decentralized Local Governance in Bangladesh and Nepal|
|S. M. Akram Ullah||
Student Politics in Bangladesh Under Military Autocracy
|K. M. Mahiuddin
Shah Md. Shafiul Hoque
|Enabling E-Services for Rural Community through Union Information and Service Centers (UISCs)|
Mohammad Tarikul Islam
|Essence of Electronic voting for Credible Election in Bangladesh: An Inquiry in the Light of Civic Opinion|
|Tarana Begum||The Extent of Womenâ€™s Participation in the Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme and its Implications|
|Nurul Huda Sakib||
Anti Corruption Commission and Political Government: An Evaluation of Awami League Regime (2009-2012)
|Dilara Rahman||Citizenâ€™s Charter in Practice: The Cultural Challenge towards Administrative Systems in Bangladesh|
|Lt. Col. Md. Moazzem Hossain||Development of Armed Forces in Ancient Bengal: A Socio-Political & Cultural Perspective|
|Shamsunnahar Tania||The Political Participation and Voting Behavior of the University Student: A Statistical Approach|
|Tareq Hossain Khan||Political Economy of Social Safety Nets in Bangladesh|
|Md. Sultan Mahmud
|Civil Society and Political Party in Electoral Democracy: Bangladesh Perspective|
|Fakhar Bilal||Nawab Sadiq Muhammad Khan V: An Administrator of Bahawalpur State (Pakistan)|
|Mohammad Altaf Hossain
Manir Uddin Sikder
Md. Shamsul Alam
|The Relationships between Elected Members & Government Officials of Upazila Parishad Dhamrai Upazila: A Case Study|
|Md. Shariful Islam||Role of TIB in Combating Corruption at Local Levels|
|Md. Moynul Haque
Md. Farid Hossain
|Conditions for Peace in South Asia: An Overview|