Research Area :: Technical and Vocational Education and Training

Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) is the main program of the Islamic University of Technology since its very beginning. It includes Technical Education, Engineering Education, Vocational Education and Technical Training of Teachers. The Department of TVE in association with other engineering departments of the university is engaged in several national and international projects in association with UNESCO, ILO, OIC and Govt of Bangladesh.

Leader of the Research Group: Prof Dr Che Kum Clement

Research Co-Lead: Dr Faruque A. Haolader

Other Associated Faculties & Staff:



Related Publications

1. Mamun, A. A., Haolader, F. A., & Aktaruzzaman, M. (2017). A comparative study on SSC (VOC.) and Dakhil (VOC.) student performance at secondary schools and madrasahs in Bangladesh. International conference on Skills for the Future World of Work and TVET for Global Competitiveness, Organized by Institution of Diploma Engineers (IDEB, Bangladesh) and Colombo Plan Staff College (CPSC, Manila), 27-29 July 2017, IDEB, Dhaka.

2. Aktaruzzaman, M. (2017). Solutions for challenges in TVET teacher education. Working paper presented at the First OIC-VET Summit in association with Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries (SESRIC), Ankara, Turkey, 15-16 November, 2017.

3. F. A. Haolader, K. M. Foysol & C. K. Clement (2017) Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Bangladesh – Systems, Curricula and Transition Pathways. In M. Pilz (ed.), Vocational Education and Training in Times of Economic Crisis, Technical and Vocational Education and Training: Issues, Concerns and Prospects 24, DOI 10.1007/978-319-47856-2_11, Springer International Publishing AG 2017.

4. Che Kum, C. & Iron Baba, F. B. (2017) Conquering the Skills Gap through Business and Industry Collaboration, a paper presented at the International Conference on “Skills for the Future World of Work and TVE for Global Competiveness.” Dhaka, 27-29 July, 2017

5. Che Kum, C. (2017). The link between TVET and the economy: Skills for Change and Building Blocks for Career Readiness. A Keynote Paper presented on a workshop on Skills and Employability, Dhaka, Bangladesh. 25 February, 2017.

6. F. A. Haolader, D. Cicioglu, & , K. Kassim. A Model of Technical and Vocational Teacher Education at Bachelor’s Degree Level and its Relevance to the Occupational Tasks of TVET Teachers in the OIC Member States. In: TVET@Asia, issue 8, 1-19. January 2017 Online:  http://www.tvet-online.asia/issue8/haolader_etal_tvet8.pdf .

7. F.A. Haolader, S.N Ahmed and M. Sajid. Environmental Aspect in Technical and Vocational Education and Training: Current Practices in Automotive Service Sector in Bangladesh.The IDEB-CPSC International Conference on “Skills for the Future World of Work and TVET for Global Competitiveness” held in Dhaka, Bangladesh, from 27 to 29 July 2017.

8. F.A. Haolader. Technical and Vocational Teacher Education in the OIC Countries. Workshop on Work Process-Oriented Vocational Education. Organised by the Institut für Berufspädagogik und Berufliche Didaktiken of Technische Universität Dresden, the Universität Leipzig and the Yogyakarta State University held in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, on 27 to March 31, 2017.

9. Ahmadu, L., Raihan, M.A., Clement, C.K., Baba, M.M. (2017). A study to identify factors affecting students’ academic performance in technical subjects in technical colleges in Katsina State, Nigeria. International Journal of Science & Engineering Research, ISSN 2229-5518. September, 201

10. Raihan, M.A. (2017). Enhancing aesthetic value of TVET to empower graduates through entrepreneurship skills for social cohesion, inclusive growth, and sustainable development: Context of Bangladesh, International conference on Skills for the Future World of Work and TVET for Global Competitiveness, Organized by Institution of Diploma Engineers, Bangladesh (IDEB), Bangladesh and Colombo Plan Staff College (CPSC), Manila, 27-29 July 2017, IDEB, Dhaka, pp.93. (International Conference)

11. Nazmin Mahmuda Lina, Raihan, M.A. (2017). A study to identify major strengths and weakness of Apprenticeship programs in TVET: case of selected Government Polytechnics Institutes in Bangladesh, International conference on Skills for the Future World of Work and TVET for Global Competitiveness, Organized by Institution of Diploma Engineers, Bangladesh (IDEB), Bangladesh and Colombo Plan Staff College (CPSC), Manila, 27-29 July 2017, IDEB, Dhaka, pp.123. (International Conference)

12.  Khan, M. S. H., Hasan, M., Rabbani, K. M. M. G. (2017). Current trends and issues in TVET in Bangladesh. In Ugochukwu Chinonso Okolie & Asfa M. Yasin (Eds.), Technical Education and Vocational Training in Developing Nations: IGIglobal (USA), P. 131-153 DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-1811-2.ch007

13.  Hasan, M., & Khan, M. S. H. (proposal accepted) The Role of Skill Training in Socio-economic Development in Developing Countries. In A.V. Mostafa Zamanian (Eds.), Socio-Economic Perspectives on Vocational Skill Development, IGI-global (USA).

14. Khan, M. S. H. (2017). Memorization or Understanding: What do we really want from TVET students? Paper presented at the International Conference on Skills for the Future World of Work and TVET for Global Competitiveness Dhaka, Bangladesh, 27-29 July 2017.

15. Engineering students’ conceptions of, and approaches to, project-based Learning (PhD research project)

16. Hasan, M., & Khan, M. S. H. (under review) The Role of Skill Training in Socio-economic Development in Developing Countries. In A.V. Mostafa Zamanian (Eds.), Socio-Economic Perspectives on Vocational Skill Development, IGI-global (USA).

17. Che Kum, C. (2016) Higher Education, Knowledge Building and Leadership: How Can Academics Take Responsibility for Social Change? WISR Conference Berkeley, California September 8-10, 2016.

18. F.A. Haolader, S.H. Khan, and C.K. Clement. “Recognising Green Skills in Non-Formal Learning Settings: Current Practices in Bangladesh.” Presented at the Symposium on “Recognising Green Skills in Non-Formal Learning Settings. A Comparative Study in Asia”, held on 30 to 31 August 2016 at UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) in Hamburg, Germany.  https://uil.unesco.org/lifelong-learning/recognition-validation-and-accreditation/recognizing-green-skills-non-formal.

19. F.A. Haolader. The Role of Technical and Vocational Education in Bangladesh towards Achieving Middle Income Economy Status by 2021. Presented at the Seminar on “Skills Competition in Bangladesh” organized by Mymensingh Polytechnic Institute in Mymensingh held on 09 December 2016.

20. Armin, N., Raihan, M.A., & Elbushari, I.E. (2014). Prospect of Tourism Industries in Bangladesh: Context of New Vocationalism. Engineering Research Publications: International Journal of Engineering and Technical Research (IJETR), ISSN: 2321-0869, Vo. 2, Issue-6, ISO 9001:2008 certified online journal; ISRA Journal Impact Factor: 1.315, Index Copernicus (IC) Value: 4.27, Retrieved from: https://www.erpublication.org/IJETR/

21. Raihan, M.A. (November, 2016). Integration of educational technology in TVET classrooms to enhance learning: Context of Bangladesh, International Workshop on “Blended Teaching: New Trends in Technical Education in the OIC Member Countries”. The workshop organized by the Department of Technical and Vocational Education (TVE), Gazipur, Bangladesh Nov.p.1-18. 21-24. (International Workshop)

22. Saifullahi Kasim, Che Kum C, & Abu Raihan (2015) Determining the causes for the exodus of technical Teachers. International Journal of Vocational and Technical Education Vol. 7 (2), pp 14-19

23. Saifullahi Kasim, Che Kum C, & Abu Raihan (2015) Strategies for Retaining Highly Qualified &Experienced Technical Teachers in Teaching Profession in Katsina State, Nigeria. International Journal of Asian Social Sciences, 5 (8): 461-468.

24. Che Kum, C. (2015) “Quality Assurance in Technical and Vocational Education in the 21st Century.” A paper Presentation at the International Conference in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) for Sustainable Development in the 21st Century, Organized by the Bangladesh Institute of Diploma Engineers in Collaboration with Colombo Plan Staff College for Technician Education, Manila, Philippines held at the Institute of Diploma Engineers, Dhaka, Bangladesh (30 April-02 May, 2015).

25. Che Kum, C. (2015) “Perceptions of Technical Education Pedagogic Inspectors about the Skills of Industrial Technique Teachers of Technical and Vocational Education in Cameroon.” A Paper Presented at an International Education Conference held at Harvard University, Boston Massachusetts, USA (08-10 March, 2015). 

26. F. A. Haolader. Entrepreneurship Education in TVET for Small and Medium Enterprise Development: A Case Study in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Education Journal, Vol. 14, No.2, ISSN 1811 – 0762, Pages 27 – 44, December 2015.

27. F.A. Haolader. “Entrepreneurship Education in TVET for Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Development: A Case Study in Bangladesh.” Presented at the 1st International Conference on Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) for Sustainable Development, organised by IDEB in Dhaka, 30 April to 2 May 2015

28. F.A. Haolader. Designing and Developing Teaching-Learning Materials. International Workshop on Technical and Vocational Teachers’ Education &Training in the OIC member Countries, held in Gazipur, Bangladesh, on 07 to 10 December, 2015.

29. Tafida, S. K., Clement, C.K., & Raihan, M.A. (2015). Strategies for Retaining Highly Qualified & Experienced Technical Teachers in Teaching Profession in Katsina State, Nigeria. International Journal of Asian Social Science, published by Asian Economic and Social Society (AESS), 5(8): 461-468, ISSN (P): 2226-5139, ISSN (E): 2224-4441, Impact Factor: 0.02 (RePEc), 2013, Index Copernicus International: 6.75 (ICV), 2012. Retrieved from : http://www.aessweb.com/journals/August2015/5007/3114

30. Tafida, S. K., Clement, C.K., & Raihan, M.A. (2015). Determining the Causes for the Exodus of Technical Teachers from Teaching in Technical and Vocational Institutions to Other Jobs in Katsina State, Nigeria. International Journal of Vocational and Technical Education. Vol. 7(2), pp. 14-19, March, 2015, DOI: 10.5897/IJVTE2014.0166, Retrieved from: http://www.academicjournals.org/IJVTE

31. Raihan, M.A. (May, 2015). Entrepreneurship Through TVET for Sustainable Future of Bangladesh. International Conference on TVET for Sustainable Development, 30 April-02 May 2015, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Conference Jointly Organized by Institution of Diploma Engineers, Bangladesh (IDEB) & Colombo Plan Staff College (CPSC), Manila, p.83. (International Conference)

32. Hasan, M. (2015). Teacher Training in the cloud: An innovative approach to Bangladesh TVET. Paper presented at the International Conference on TVET for Sustainable Development Institution of Diploma Engineers', Bangladesh,( IDEB).

33. Mahbub, H; Che Kum, C & Alamgir, S.M (2014). Relationship between Occupational Skills Provided to Polytechnic Diploma Engineers by Bangladesh Technical Education Board (BTEB) and Requirement of Industry in Bangladesh. International Journal of Vocational and Technical Education Vol. 6 (4)

34. Che Kum, C. (2014) Entrepreneurship in TVET for Development in the 21st Century. A Paper presented at an International Workshop on Entrepreneurship in TVET for OIC Member Countries, organized by IUT, Dhaka (09-12 December, 2014).

35. M.S. Hoque and  F.A Haolader.  Women Entrepreneurs Development in Small and Medium Enterprises in Bangladesh:  Problems and Potentialities in Reference to TVET. International Workshop on Entrepreneurship Development through TVET for OIC Countries. Dhaka, Bangladesh, December  2014.

36. Raihan, M. A. (2014). Collaboration between TVET Institutions and Industries in Bangladesh to Enhance Employability Skills. Engineering Research Publications: International Journal of Engineering and Technical Research (IJETR), ISSN: 2321-0869, Vo. 2, Issue-10, ISO 9001:2008 certified online journal; ISRA Journal Impact Factor: 1.315, Index Copernicus Value (ICV): 4.27, Retrieved from: https://www.erpublication.org/IJETR

37. Raihan, M.A. (December, 2014). Successful Entrepreneur for TVET, International Workshop on Entrepreneurship development through TVET for OIC countries, organized by TVE Department, IUT. Bangladesh, Nov. 9-12; pp.21-34. (International Workshop)

38. Khan, M. S. H., & Nguyen, H. T. (2014). TAFE Students' perspective about managing customer service: a quantitative analysis. IOSR Journal of Research & Method in Education, 4(1), 6-11.

39. Khan, M. S. H. (2014) conducted a session and presented a paper titled “Social entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial leadership: a key way to improve socialeconomic status of OIC countries” at a workshop based short course on “Entrepreneurship development through TVET for OIC countries” scheduled for 9-12 December, 2014 at the IUT Campus, Board Bazar, Gazipur, Bangladesh

40. Che Kum, C, Issah Usman, and Md. Raihan Abu (2013) A Study of the Problems for Development of Technical and Vocational Education in Katsina State, Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Engineering (IOSRJEN) Vol. 3, Issue 11 Pp. 38-45.

41. Che Kum C, Sagir Illiyasu R & Md. Raihan Abu, (2013).An Assessment of the Effectiveness of Technical Teacher Training Programme (TTTP) in Katsina State, Nigeria. International Journal of Engineering Science and Research Technology 2 (10) (Pp 59-66) 

42. Che Kum, C. (2013) Cooperation between Technical and Vocational Education Institutions and the World of Work. A Paper presented at an International Workshop on “Issues, Trends and Horizons of Technical and Vocational Education &Training in OIC Member Countries, Organized by IUT (25-28 November, 2013).

43. Rahman, M. M., & Raihan, M.A. (2013). Eradicating Prime Problems of TVET for Ensuring Worth Human Resources in Bangladesh; International Journal of Engineering Science & Research Technology (IJESRT), ISSN : 2277-9655, Journal Impact Factor (JIF) = 1.852, Vol. 2, Issue 10, pp. 2872-2879, Retrieve from: http://www.ijesrt.com/issues.html

44. Raihan, M.A., & Shamim, M.R.H. (2013). Emerging Educational Technologies for TVET to Boost Learning: Issues, Trends, and Horizons; International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET), ISSN: 2319-8753, Impact Factor = 1.672, (ISO 3297:2007 Certified), Vol. 2, Issue 7, pp. 3213-3222. Retrieve from: http://www.ijirset.com

45. Raihan, M. A., & Shamim, M.R.H. (2013). A Study to Explore the Practice of ICTs in TVET in Bangladesh and South Korea; International Journal of Engineering Science and Innovative Technology (IJESIT), ISSN: 2319-5967, International Society for Research Activity (ISRA) & Journal Impact Factor(JIF) = 1.753 ; (ISO 9001:2008 Certified),   Volume 2, Issue 4, pp. 351-360, http://www.israjif.org/ISSN2319-5967.html ; Retrieve from: http://www.ijesit.com

46. Raihan, M.A., & Seung Lock, H. (2013). Web-based e-Learning Adoptions in TVET by Linking Social Network: the Social-Affective & Cognitive Perspectives. IRACST – Engineering Science and Technology: An International Journal (ESTIJ), ISSN: 2250 - 3498(Online), 2277–5293(Print), Impact Factor: 0.225, Vol. 3, (1), pp. 233-239, Retrieve from : http://www.estij.org/

47. Raihan, M.A. (November, 2013). Emerging issues, and trends of educational technologies for TVET to enhance learning, International Workshop on Issues, Trends, and Horizons of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in OIC Member Countries, organized by TVE Department, IUT. Bangladesh, Nov. 25-28; pp.20-29. (International Workshop

48. Raihan, M. A., Mahbub, H. & Shamim, R. H., (2013) “Facebook, The New Edutainment Avenue in TVET for Affective Learning” IOSR Journal of Engineering (IOSRJEN), ISSN: 2250-3021, Vol. 3, Issue 12, pp. 16-28.

49. Faruque, M. (2012). CAI in Education and Research (1st ed.). Saarbrücken: Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. KG., Germany (ISBN: 978-3-659-13957-4).

50. Elbushari, I. E. & Aktaruzzaman, M. (2012). Identification of the problems and prospects in vocational education and training of Bangladesh. Asian Journal of Management Science & Education, 1(1), 76-89.

51. Rashedul H, S; Elbushari, I. E and Che Kum, C. (2012). Study of Psychological-Based Effective Teaching-Learning Process and Classroom Management in Technical and Vocational Institutions: Asian Journal of Management Sciences and Education. Vol. 1, No. 2. 

52. Che Kum, C. & Elbushari I, E. (2012). Technical/Technological Education and Socialization: International Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences Vol. 1, No. 3. Pp 77-89 

53. F. A. Haolader and R. Nickolaus. Technical and Vocational Education and Training- Curricula Reform Demand in Bangladesh. An Empirical Study of the Curricula of the Diploma-in-Engineering Programme in Bangladesh and the German Initial Vocational Training in the Dual System and the Curricular Effects. Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (SCI). Orlando, Florida, ISSN 1690-4524, Volume 10, Number 4, Pages 36-40, Year 2012.

54. F. A. Haolader and Kasagga Usama. ICT Competence of TVET Trainee-teachers: A Case Study in Islamic University of Technology. International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), Vol. 1 Issue 09, ISSN: 2278-0181, November- 2012

55. M. Rahman, F. A. Haolader and A. A. Khan. Barriers of Implementing the Proposed Competency Based Training Programme in TVET Institutions in Bangladesh. International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), Vol. 1 Issue 09, ISSN: 2278-0181, November- 2012.

56. F. A. Haolader. “Quality Management of Training Delivery in TVET Institution”. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Quality Assurance for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Institutions, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 10 – 13 November 2012.

57. Shamim, M. R. H. Ahmed, S., & Raihan, M.A. (2012). A comparative study on first shift Diploma in engineering result with second shift in Polytechnic institutes of Bangladesh. International Journals of Engineering & Science (IJENS), International Journal of Engineering & Technology (IJET), ISSN: 2077-1185 (online), ISSN: 2227-2712 (Print), Pakistan. Impact Factor = 0.4245 [Year 2011] Vol. 12, Issue 06, pp. 100-108, Retrieve from Website: http://www.ijens.org/IJET%20Vol%2012%20Issue%2006.html

58. Mamun, M. A. (2012). The soft skills education for the vocational graduate: Value as work readiness skills. British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science, 2(4), 326-338.

59. Aktaruzzaman, M. & Clement, C. K. (2011). Job Satisfaction among the Teachers of the Technical Training Centres (T.T.Cs) in Bangladesh. Academic Research International, 1(2), 375-382.

60. Shamim, R. H., Aktaruzzaman, M. & Clement, C. K. (2011). Factors influencing use of ICT in Technical and Vocational Education to make Teaching-Learning effective: Case study of Polytechnic Institutions in Bangladesh. International Journal of Basic and Applied Science, 11(3), 164-170.

61. Aktaruzzaman, M. (2011). Competency Based TVET Curriculum for the OIC Member States. Working paper presented at the IUT Annual International Workshop in association with ILO Bangladesh and Islamic Development Bank (IDB), 27-30 November, 2011.

62. Md. Aktaruzzaman, Che Kum, C; and Faisal, H. (2011). Job Satisfaction of Teachers of Technical Training Centers (TTCs) in Bangladesh: Journal of Academic Research International Vol.1, Issue, 2. September, 2011.

63. Md. Aktaruzzaman & Che Kum, C. (2011). Vocational Education and Training in Human Resource Development: A case study of Bangladesh and Islamic University of Technology. Institutes in Bangladesh. International journal of Basic and Applied Sciences (IJBAS-IJENS, Vol. 11 No. 4)

64. Md. Rashedul Huq, Md. Aktaruzzaman, Che Kum, C (2011). Factors influencing use of ICT in Technical &Vocational Education to make teaching-learning effective and efficient: case study of Polytechnic Institutes in Bangladesh. International journal of Basic and Applied Sciences (IJBAS-IJENS, Vol. 11 No. 3)

65. Che Kum, C. (2011) Encouraging Industries in Developing Competency-Based TVET through Institutions - Industries Interaction. A paper presented at an International Workshop on Competency Based Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) for OIC Member Countries organized by IUT Dhaka, Bangladesh, 27-30 November 2011.

66. F. A. Haolader. “Technical and Vocational Education and Training Curricula Reform Demand in OIC Countries: A Case Study in Banglades”. International Workshop on Competency Based Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) for the OIC Member Countries; Dhaka, Bangladesh; 27 - 30  November 2011.

67. Raihan, M.A., & Seung Lock, H. (2011). Gateways Lifelong Learning in TVET for a Viable Future of Bangladesh. Journal of Lifelong Learning Society. Published by Institute of Distance Education, Korean National Open University (KNOU), South Korea. ISSN: 1738-0057, Vol.7, (2), pp.119-135, Retrieved from: http://ide.knou.ac.kr/english/knou01/index01.html

68. Raihan, M.A. (October, 2011). ‘Present Socio-economic Reform: Focusing on issues involved in Grameen Enterprise in Bangladesh.’ Educational Welfare international Symposium on Tasks on Educational Welfare for Sustainable Future. Organized by BK21 Educational Welfare Research Center (EWRC), Department of Education of Kongju National University and Educational Research Institute and Korea Rural Education Center (KoREC) by coordination of Hokkaido University in JAPAN. pp. 90-100. (International Symposium)

69. Aktaruzzaman, M. & Clement, C. K. (2010). Vocational Education and Training in Human Resource Development: A Case Study of Bangladesh. Academic Research International, 1(1), 1-10.

70. Clement, C. K., Khan, S. H., & Aktaruzzaman, M. (2010). Practice of Lifelong Learning in Technical and Vocational Education: A Case of IUT. Peer reviewed paper presented at the Lifelong Learning International Conference (3LInC), November 10-12, 2010, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

71. Aktaruzzaman, M. (2010). TVET and Poverty Reduction in the OIC Member States. Working paper presented at the IUT Annual International Workshop in association with IRTI (IDB), 27-30 November, 2010.

72. Che Kum, C (2010): The Role of Technical and Vocational Education in the Development of Small and Medium Sized industries in Cameroon: Journal of Engineering Technology

73. Che Kum, C. (2010) Needs of Teacher Training for Development of Technical and Vocational Education and Training in OIC Member States, presented at an International Workshop on “Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and Poverty Reduction in the OIC Member States” Organized by IUT Dhaka, Bangladesh, 27 – 30 November, 2010

74. Che Kum C & Jahidul A, (2010). Role of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Creating Employment and Economic Emancipation, presented at an International Workshop on “Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and Poverty Reduction in OIC Member States” Organized by IUT Dhaka Bangladesh, 27 – 30 November, 2010. 

75. S.H. Khan, Aktaruzzaman, & Che Kum C; (2010) “The Concept of Lifelong Learning: The case of IUT Dhaka” Presented at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 10 – 12 November, 2010, Organized by University Uttara in Collaboration with Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, Thailand and Princess of Naradhiwas University, Thailand.

76. Che Kum C, (2010). “Technical and Vocational Education in Cameroon”: The Way Forward Through Industry-Institute Collaboration and Staff Development; Presented at an International Conference Organized by the Cameroon Professional Society (CPS), 29-31 July, 2010 in Baltimore MD, U.S.A.

77. F. A. Haolader. Technical and Vocational Education and Training Systems of the European Countries. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and Poverty Reduction in the OIC Member States.” Dhaka, Bangladesh, 27 – 30 November 2010.

78. Khan, M. S. H., Clement, C. K. & Aktaruzzaman, M. (2010). Practice of Lifelong Learning in Technical and Vocational Education: A Case of Islamic University of Technology (IUT), Paper presented at Lifelong Learning International Conference (3LInC'10), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 10-12 November, 2010

79. Che Kum, C. (2008) Enhance Learning through Technology: What Avenues for Higher Technical and Vocational Education and Training Institutions in OIC Member Countries? A Paper presented in an International Workshop on Integration of ICT and Pedagogy to Enhance TeachingLearning; 15-19 November2008, IUT Dhaka, Bangladesh.

80. Che Kum C. (2006). International Master Degree in Technical Teacher Education: The Case of Islamic University of Technology (IUT): Global World, Germany, 21. Pp. 55-80

81. Che Kum, C. (2006) International Cooperation between Universities in the field of TVET & Human Resources Development: The formula of Islamic University of technology (IUT) Dhaka, Bangladesh. UNESCO-UNEVOC, GTZ & UNIP International Workshop on Innovation and Internationalization in the Qualification of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Experts for Asia and South Asia 22-25 November 2006, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

82. Che Kum, C & Shahadat H. Khan (2006) Working and Learning: A Strategy for Lifelong Learning and Quality Workforce Development in Technical and Vocational Education and Training in OIC Member Countries (ICTVET 2006), UNESCO-UNEVOC International Conference in Technical and Vocational Education and Training, 22-23 August 2006, Johor Baru, Malaysia

83. Che Kum, C; Shahadat, H. Khan &. Shamim, Ahmed. (2006). “Concept of Lifelong Learning in Technical and Vocational Education and Training: The Practice of Islamic University of Technology (IUT), International Conference in Technical and Vocational Education and Training, Moscow, 20-24 August, 2006.

84. Che Kum, C (2006) Design and Development of Technical and Vocational Teacher/Trainer Education Qualification Framework and Professional Standards in the OIC Member Countries, International Conference on Preparing Teachers for a Changing Context” held at The Institute of Education, University of London 3-6 May, 2006.

85. Che Kum, C. (2005) Technical & Vocational Education and Human Resource Development: Trends toward a Closer Integration. Journal of Engineering and Technology, vol. 4. No.1. Pp-37- 52 

86. Che Kum, C. (2005) Training of Trainers in Technical and Vocational Education for Quality Management and Improvement; International Workshop on “Managing Quality in Technical and Vocational Education” organized by IUT, 14-17November, 2005.

87. Che Kum, C. (2004) Planning for Innovative Teaching – Learning in Technical and Vocational Education (TVE), International Workshop on Innovative Approaches in Teaching for Teachers of Technical and Vocational Education: IUT, 28-30 November 2004.

88. Che Kum, C. (2004) The State and Prospects of Teacher Education in Technical and Vocational Education in Bangladesh; UNESCO-UNEVOC International Conference on Innovation and Excellence in Technical and Vocational Teacher/Trainer Education; Hangzhou, China, November 2004.

89. Che Kum, C. (2004) An International Association of Technical and Vocational Education and Training Professionals: Its origin and Leadership for the Future. UNESCO-UNEVOC International Meeting on Innovation and Excellence in TVET Teacher/Trainer Education; Hangzhou, China, 8 - 10 November, 2004.

90. F. A. Haolader. “TVET Systems and Technical Teachers Training Model of Bangladesh.” Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Technical and Vocational Education (TVE) Systems and Technical Teachers Training Model in Developing Countries.” Beijing, China, September 25 –30, 2004.

91. Che Kum, C. (2003) A Proposed Management Tool for Initiating New Programs in Technical and Vocational Institutes of OIC Member States; Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol. 2. No. 2, Pp 33-38.

92. S. Funck, U. Spengler, C.W. Brock, F. A. Haolader. “Increased Security and Operating Efficiency by Automatic Train Interior Inspection.” The World Congress on Railway Research, Edinburgh, UK, 28 Sept. – 1 Oct. 2003, pp. 1498 – 1503.

93. Che Kum, C. (2002) Distinguishing Characteristics among Exemplary Instructors of Technical and Vocational Education in Cameroon. Journal of Polytechnic Writers’ Association, Vol. 3, No.1, Pp19-30

94. F. A. Haolader. Linkage Between Technical-Vocational Education and Production and Service Structures – Consequences for the Technical-Vocational Teachers Training in Bangladesh. 2nd Alumni Workshop of Vocational Education Department, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany in Vientiane, Laos, 16 - 26 Sept. 2002.

95. Che Kum, C (2001) “Aims and Objectives of Educational Technology as a Factor for the Improvement of Technical and Vocational Education and Training in Africa” Technical Education Review, Vol. 5, pp. 27-41.

96. Che Kum C. (1986) “The Advantages of Replacing and Maintaining Luminaries on a planned Basis.” Science & Technique (ENSET) Journal, V. 1, Pp 31 & 32 Douala University, Cameroon.

Related Thesis/Projects

1. Mamun, A. A. (2017). A comparative study on SSC (VOC.) and Dakhil (VOC.) student performance at secondary schools and madrasahs in Bangladesh (IUT).  Department of Technical and Vocational Education, Islamic University of Technology (IUT), Gazipur, BangladeshMain Supervisor : Dr Md Aktaruzzaman (Masters Thesis)