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2018-2019

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Objective

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1.

Effect of Community Base home Gardening and Nutrition Education on Vulnerable Groups and Intervention Study

Dr. Md. Sadekul Islam

1. To assess community based home gardening to reduce malnutrition.

2. To evaluate nutrition education to decrease the micronutrients malnutrition.

 

3.To the effect of home gardening nutrition security and empowering women at household leave

 

2.

Identification of Dietary Pattern and Nutritional Status of Young Adults in Birishiri, Netrokona

Md. Musfikus Salehin

1.To characterize the dietary patterns of young adults

2.To compare the associations of these patterns with nutritional status

3.To identify poor diet patterns

 

 

3.

Conservation of Indigenous Herbaceous and Semi-woody Medicinal Plant and Their Improvement Under Pot Condition

Dr. Md. Jamal Hossain

 

 

4.

Effects of Nutrition Intervention Among Adolescent Girls in Sunamgonj District

Dr. Md. Abdur Razzak

 

https://dx.doi.org/10.30476/ijns.2020.88189.1092   or

https://ijns.sums.ac.ir/article_47196.html

 

5.

Nutritional Status Assessment Among Adolescent in Netrokona District of Bangladesh

Dr. Most. Altaf-un-Nahar

 

 

6.

Increasing Family Income and Nutrition Through Intervention of Modern Agro-technology

Dr. Md. Zahir Ullah

1. Introduce modern agro technology to the farm family especially for nutritionally rich crops;

2. To assess and analyze the basic nutritional knowledge of family members like children, adolescent girl, pregnant and lactating mother;

 3. To explore the relationship between family income and calorie intake of family members;

4. To explore the status of dietary habit and calorie intake of family members;

5. Training on crops modern technology and nutrition knowledge to the farmers and promote sustainable agriculture with nutrition

 

7.

The Effect of Mother’s Nutritional-Hygienic Knowledge and Behavior on Children’s Dietary Intake

Tasnima Mahjabin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To assess mother’s nutritional knowledge and hygiene practices

 

To identify the effect on dietary diversity as well as the nutritional status of school-going adolescents of Dhaka city.

 

 

 

Submitted for publication to the Indian Journal of community medicine.

8.

Dietary pattern and physical activity level of rickshaw pullers in Dhaka city

 

Tasnima Mahjabin

  • To evaluate the socioeconomic condition of rickshaw pullers
  • To assess the calorie intake and dietary diversity  of rickshaw pullers
  • To assess the sanitary and hygiene practices
  • To assess the physical activity level of  rickshaw pullers

 

 

Paper published as : Socio Economic Profile and Nutritional Status of the Rickshaw Pullers of Dhaka City Along with their Energy Intake Gap.

DOI: 10.14302/issn.2379-7835.ijn-20-3406

 

9.

Improving Nutritional Status Through Homestead Gardening in the Jamuna’s Char Area in Sirajgonj District

Dr. Md. Abdul Mojid

 

 

10.

Assessment of Nutritional Status of Adolescent Girls in Selected Area of Dhaka City

Farjana Rahman Bhuiyan

General Objective:

 

To explore the basic nutritional knowledge, attitude & practice and dietary habit of adolescent girls in selected area of Dhaka City.

 

 Specific Objectives:

 

1.To assess the basic nutritional knowledge, attitude & practice of adolescent girls;

2.To explore the status of dietary habit and calorie intake of adolescent girls;

3.To explore the relationship between the nutritional knowledge and dietary habit of adolescent girls.

 

11.

Enhancing Nutritional Security by Homestead Gardening in the Marjat Boar’s Area al Kaligonj in Jhenaidah

Sonia Sarmin

1. To popularize homestead gardening for better nutrition in the Marjat Baor’s area

 2.  To meet up nutritional demand in selected beneficiaries.

3.  To assess and analyze the basic nutritional of beneficiaries of marjat baor’s area

4. To increase the nutritional knowledge at household level as a result decreases the malnutrition

 

12.

Promotion on Nutrient Enriched Vegetables (Raddish and Cabbage) in Lean Period in Char and Haor area of Bangladesh

Dr. Mohammad Razu Ahmed

 

 

2019-2020

13.

Total Phenolic and Flavonoid Contents of Common Leafy Vegetables in Bangladesh

Md. Maksudul Haque, SSO, Head Office

 

 

14.

Dietary Pattern and Physical Activity Level of Farmers in  Selected Agro ecological Zone

Tasnima Mahjabin

  • To explore socioeconomic condition and dietary diversity as well as nutritional status of farmers
  • To Compute energy expenditure using PAL values for different physical activity categories segregated by age and gender
  • To evaluate the level of knowledge, awareness and practices of farmers to prevent the health hazards and promote nutritional status

 

Socio Economic Profile and Nutritional Status of the Rickshaw Pullers of Dhaka City Along with their Energy Intake Gap

DOI: 10.14302/issn.2379-7835.ijn-20-3406

 

 

15.

Microbial Analysis of Street Food and Safety Knowledge of Street vendors in Dhaka City 

Tasnima Mahjabin

  • To explore the microbial quality and safety in common consumed street foods

 

  • To analysis the awareness on hygiene of vendors during handling the foods

 

  • To anlysis the quality of water used in preparing the foods and utensil wash.

 

 

16.

Evaluation of Dhahi Collected from Dhaka, Bagura and Sirajgonj and Noakhali District in Bangladesh.

Golam Sagir Ahammad

 

 

2020-2021

17.

Nutrients Analysis of Commom Groundnut (Arachis Hypogaea) Cultivar in Bangladesh

Md. Maksudul Haque, SSO, Head Office

1.         Germplasm Screening on the basis of nutritional value;

2.         To identify the nutritionally rich cultivar.

 

18.

Assessment of Nutritive Value of Dragon Fruit (Hylocereus polyrhizus): The Next Generation Fruit

Md. Maksudul Haque, SSO, Head Office

1. To assess the nutritional quality of existing Dragon fruit variety in Bangladesh.

 

19.

Effects of Drying Method on the Nutritional Composition of Pumpkin

Rownoke Jannat Janny, SO, Head Office

1.         To Compare the nutritional value of raw pumpkin between pumpkin powder  prepared by drying

2.         To identify the suitable drying method for the pumpkin powder production

 

20.

Assessment of Nutritional Value of Non-conventional Locally Available Vegetable in Sirajgaj

Dr. Md. Abdul Majid, SSO, Sirajgonj

1. To analyze the nutritional contents of Dill shak before and after cooking.

2. To analyze the medicinal contents of Dill shak before and after cooking.

 

21.

Performance of Aloe Vera as Influenced by Organic and Inorganic

Sources of Fertilizer

Farjana Simi, SO, Brisal

1.To standardize the effective fertilizer (Organic & Inorganic) does which improve gel quality and quantity.

2. To use germplasms for future research.

 

22.

Establish of Color Base Safe Nutrition Garden Model in the Context of Immunity.

Dr. Md. Jamal Hossain, SSO, Barisal

1. Improve immune system by intake safe multi colored vegetables and fruits.

  2. Ensure family food supplies and nutrition.                                                                       

  3. Setup home garden for family income generate

 

23.

Assessment of Nutritional value of Non-Conventional Locally Available Vegetables at Netrokona

Dr. Most. Altaf-Un-Nahar, SSO, Netrokuna

1. to collect and conserve non-conventional locally available vegetables at Netrokona.

2. to know the nutritional value of these vegetables. c. To address the benefits of locally available indigenous vegetables of Netrokona

 

24.

Collection and Variety Development of Cherry Tomato

Dr. Mohammad Zahir Ullah, SSO, Noakhali

1. Characterization of cherry tomato on fruit color, size, shape and fruit yield.

2. Selection of cherry tomato as advance line for release as a variety for food and nutrition security.

3. Seed collection of selected advance line for multiplication trial

 

25.

Nutritional Analysis of Ethnic Fruits and Vegetables Locally Available in CHT and Noakhali

Dr. Mohammad Zahir Ullah, SSO, Noakhali

1. Characterization of collected ethnic fruits and vegetable germplasm in field level.

2. Evaluation of germplasm on the basis of morphological traits.

3. Conduct nutritional analysis of ethnic fruits and vegetable collected from CHT (Bandarban, Khagrachari, Rangamati) and Noakhali

 

26

Nutritional Value of Non-Conventional Leafy Vegetable Available in Rangpur (Malva vericillata var. crispa L.) for

Better Public Health.

Dr. Md. Sadekul Isalm, SSO, Rongpur

  1. To analyze the Nutritional contents of Napa Shak Brfore and After cooking
  2. To analyze the Medicinal contents of Napa Shak Brfore and After

 

27.

Study on the Agronomy Character of Mara Shak

Md. Marufur Rahman

1.         To study on the agromorphogenic traits and nutritional contents  of mara shak

2.         To know the nature of association of traits, direct and indirect relation between yield contributing and nutritional characters

3.         To screen out the pure line which are likely to provide superior yield

 

28.

Assessment of Nutritional value of Moringa (leaf, Pod) and biochemical study on moringa seed oil

Dr. Md. Abdur Razzak, SSO

1. To assess the nutritional value of Moringa pod/leaf.

2. To estimate the biochemical properties of moringa seed oil.

3. To compare the nutritional value of moringa before and after cocking.

 

 

https://doi.org/10.26656/fr.2017.5(6).759

29.

Genetic improvement for improving nutritional quality in Sweet potato, Ipomoea batatas (L.)

Md. Maksudul Haque, Senior Scientific Officer, BIRTAN

A1.      Germplasm Screening on the basis of Nutritional value;

2.         To identify the nutritionally rich cultivar and

3.         Development Nutrition enriches variety. 

 

 

 

2021-2022

 

 

30.

Collection, Conservation and Development of Chicken Germplasm through Selection and Breeding to Meet up Safe Nutrition.

Muhammad Omar Faruque

 

1. To collect and rear different types of chicken genetic resources.

2. To up-grade the chicken through selection and cross breeding

3. To compare the nutritional quality among the indigenous chicken, layer and omega-3 (from market) eggs

 

31.

Assessment of Antibiotic Residues in Broiler Meat at Experimental Level by Maintaining the Residual Period.

Muhammad Omar Faruque

 

1. To identify the presence of antibiotics in broiler meat.

2. To identify the residual periods of different antibiotics.

 

32.

Evaluation of Chemical Composition and lipid profile of broiler, indigenous and Sonali chicken meat

Golam Sagir Ahammad

 

1. To reveal chemical composition (nutrient) of poultry meat,

2. To find out the lipid profile of broiler, indigenous and Sonali chicken meat.

 

 

33.

Assessment of Carbohydrate Profile of Some Common Fruits and Vegetables

Farjana Rahman Bhuiyan  and Md. Maksudul Haque

  1. To estimate total carbohydrates of two fruits (Guava & Banana) and vegetables (Papaya & pumpkin);
  2. To analyze glucose, fructose, sucrose, starch, and fiber separately of two fruits (Guava & Banana) and vegetables (Papaya & pumpkin).

 

 

34.

Effect of two cooking methods on the content of vitamins and antioxidant properties of five types commonly consumed vegetables

Dr. Md. Abdur Razzak

1. To assess and compare in both raw and heated vegetables analyzed in varying proportions.

2. To estimate the percentage loss of vitamin and antioxidant properties of commonly consumed vegetables at different heating time will be observed to be in the order up to 30 min cooking.

3. To examine the effect of cooking time and condition on the quality of Vitamin-A, Vitamin-C and Vitamin-E.

 

35.

Analysis of organophosphorus pesticide residue in raw and vegetable in selected areas of Bangladesh

Tasnima Mahjabin

  1. To analyze the quantity of pesticide residue in commonly consumed vegetables.
  2. To observe the pesticide residue amount after cocking vegetables.
  3. To compare the residue limit with MRL level recommended by internal regulatory body and aware community people and provide messages

 

 

36.

Nutrition Assessment of different popular mango varieties in northern west Bangladesh

Md. Sadequl Islam

1.         To evaluate nutrition composition of different mango cultivars.

2.         To study the comparative antioxidant properties of selected mango cultivars.

 

37.

Characterization, Anthocyanin and minerals (zinc & iron) content of pigmented rice cultivars

Dr. Mohammad Zahir Ullah, SSO

Noakhali

  1. To characterize of black and red rice cultivars in field level.
  2. Conduct anthocyanin, zinc and iron analysis of black and red rice cultivars.
  3. Preliminary selection of OP black and red rice cultivars on the basis of morphological and nutritional traits.

 

 

38.

Assessment of Nutritive and Antinutritive Status of Tomato and Brinjal under Different Fertilizer Management Practices

 

Dr. Md. Nur Alam Siddiqui,

Senior Scientific Officer,

BIRTAN Regional Station, Jhenaidah

  1. Estimation of Nutrient status of Tomato and Brinjal.
  2. Determination of Anti-nutritive elements in Tomato and Brinjal.
  3. To identify the best fertilizer management practices.

 

39.

Nutrient Analysis of common Capsicum (Capsicum annuum) Cultivars in Bangladesh.

Prince Biswas

Scientific Officer

BIRTAN Head Office

1. Find out the nutrition profile of common capsicum cultivars in Bangladesh;

2. To identify the nutritionally rich cultivar

 

40.

Collection, evaluation and identification of suitable colocasia as a potential Source of high Iron enriched leafy vegetables

Dr. Md. Abdul Majid, SSO, Sirajgonj

1.To Collect local and evaluation of colocasia germplasm

2. To analyze the Iron content

3. To recommend high iron enrich colocasia cultivar

 

41.

Effect of Refrigeration on Nutritional Quality and Shelf life of Important Horticultural Crops. 

 

Dr. Most. Altaf-Un-Nahar, SSO, BIRTAN Regional Station, Netrokona

1.  To assess the nutritional quality of selected fruits and vegetables under refrigerated storage conditions;

 2.  To evaluate the relationship between shelf life and nutritional quality of selected fruits and vegetables during storage 

 

42.

Effect of Different Drying Techniques on the Nutritional Value of Mushrooms Available in Bangladesh   

Md. Musfikus Salehin, SO, BIRTAN Regional Station, Netrokona

  1. To compare the nutritional content in raw and dried from of mushroom

 

  1.             To identify the best techniques for mushroom powder production

 

•3.        To Compare the nutritional value of Mushroom powders derived from different varieties

 

43.

Evaluation of Parameter and Shelf life of Guava and Dragon Fruit by Using Bio-preservatives.   

Md. Shariful Islam, SO, Head Office

Co-investigators: Prince Biswas

  1.             To analyze different parameters of guava and dragon fruit after application of bio preservatives
  2.             To assess the shelf life of guava and dragon fruits under different treatment

 

44.

Collection of Nutritional Potential Aroids Cultivar and Postharvest Quality

Dr. Md. Jamal Hossain, SSO, BIRTAN Regional Station, Barishal

 Co-investigators:  Farjana Simi, SO, BIRTAN Regional Station, Barishal

 

1.  Collection and selection of nutritional rich Aroid cultivar.

2. Determine the nutrient, physicochemical, and functional properties of aroid varieties.

3. Determine dietary patterns that include aroid and aroid products in food groups, and their association to human body immune system.

 

               

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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