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    • A gender perspective of climate change and disaster management practices of a cyclone affected coastal community 

      Tabassum, Tahera (2017)
      Men and women are, of course, not homogenous groups, and their experiences, lifestyles, and geographic and socioeconomic conditions shape their worldviews and proclivities; cognizance of these types of tendencies can be ...
    • Gopalganj textile engineering college Kashiani,Gopalganj 

      Jain, Yasna Rahman (BRAC Univeristy, 2017)
      The objective of this paper is to explain the complete process and methodology followed in the design phase of a Textile Engineering College. It also focuses on the necessity of multidisciplinary education and translates ...
    • Green museum and conservation centre at Purbachal 

      Ferdous, Tasnim (BRAC University, 2014-08)
      The proposal is for a museum and conservation centre dedicated to plants of Bangladesh. The green and sustainable building will exhibit the diversity of native plants under their own ecological environment and showing ...
    • Green water defense as flood mitigation approach for Dhaka district 

      Moumita, Deeba Farzana (BRAC University, 2015)
      Dhaka is prone to flood hazard due to its location, topology, climate and proximity to rivers. The main objectives of this study are to delineate the flood extent, find out the flood duration during monsoon, identify the ...
    • Have: centre for retreat a senctuary for peace and healing 

      Tithi, Chowdhury (BRAC University, 2015-08)
      A peaceful and harmonious life can be attained when there is coherence in our mind, body and spirit. However, human beings, by nature, are social creatures. Our connection to others is key to not only our survival, but ...
    • Hemayetpur Psychiatric center, Pabna Bangladesh 

      Alim, Ishika (BRAC University, 2014-08)
      Environment strongly influences the psychological and physiological state of human being. Over the past one century, there has been growing recognition towards the impact of psychiatric hospital environment and architectural ...
    • Hi Tech University of Engineering and Technology Kaliakoir, Gazipur 

      Bonny, Md. Zahidul Haque (BARC University, 2017-02-15)
      Industries with high value adding in research and development are generally recognized as Hi-Tech industries. The idea of Hi-Tech Park speaks to a method towards information concentrated industrialization. As data innovation ...
    • High rise apartment complex: Purbachal new town 

      Islam, Warda (BRAC University, 2018)
      Dhaka city became one of the most densely populated cities due to daily migration of thousands of people from the outskirts in search of job, pursuing education , etc. This gave rise to the urban population beyond limit. ...
    • Hope: national academy for autism and neuro-development disabilities 

      Karim, Rukaiya Binte (BRAC University, 2018-02-11)
      Autism in a mental condition, present from early childhood, characterized by great difficulty in communicating and forming relationships with other people and in using language and abstract concepts. People with Autism ...
    • Hor Disom: Santal interpretation centre 

      Rahman, Nazia (BRAC University, 2016)
      The Santals are known as one of the oldest and largest group of indigenous community in the northwestern region of Bangladesh. Today they are one of the most disadvantaged and vulnerable indigenous communities as well. ...
    • Hotel & resort spa for SQ GROUP 

      Faruq, Fadel Samad (BRAC University, 2016)
      SQ Group of companies consists of factories dealing with the RMG sector of Bangladesh. SQ's new venture is to construct a resort, mainly aimed towards their employees and foreign guests. The resort is to obtain a 5-star ...
    • Hotel River Palace: Mymensingh, Bangladesh 

      Khan, Fakehatul Jannat (BRAC University, 2016-08)
      The primary concept of designing a resort is that it will heal the day to day life problems and anxieties of its customers. It will provide the all modern amenities beside that it will give the guests an opportunity to ...
    • Housing complex for government employees : Kalabagan, Dhaka 

      Hosssain, Mahmud Zawad (BRAC University, 2018)
      Government of Bangladesh provides housing to the people who work for the government. Rental housing facilities are given to all the public servants from higher officials to employees and they can take advantage these ...
    • Housing complex for government employees Mirpur-6, Dhaka 

      Baten, Priyanka (BRAC University, 2016)
      Government of Bangladesh provides housing to the people who work for the government. Rental housing facilities are given to all the public servants from higher officials to employees and they can avail these facilities ...
    • Humanitarian response coordination architecture in Bangladesh Rohingya refugee crisis operation: practice, challenges and prospects 

      Ahmed, Khaled Masud (BRAC University, 2018)
      Bangladesh is hosting over a million of forcibly displaced population who fled violence and ethnic cleansing in Myanmar. The new influx of around 400,000 people took shelter in peninsula of Teknaf and Ukhia of Cox`s Bazar. ...
    • Humans: art in motion 

      Islam, Sarjana Sanam (BRAC University, 2015)
      Through this project, an attempt is made to look into human existence in an abstract manner where human motion and movement is the means of medium. The project is at the boundary between computer science, dance, performance ...
    • ICT village in Rajshahi 

      Zaman, Nusrat Faiza (BRAC University, 2017)
      The IT/ITES industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. The IT/ITES industry is growing and is playing an increasingly prominent role in Bangladesh’s economy. This industry serves both domestic and ...
    • Impact of cash based interventions in livelihood recovery of waterlogging affected community in Satkhira district 

      Chakraborty, Tapan Kumar (BRAC University, 2016)
      The coastal districts of SWB have been experiencing waterlogging problem since the early 1980s. Natural drainage systems over a large part of this area were totally disrupted, as a result, with most of the effective natural ...
    • Impacts of climate change on cropping pattern in coastal region of Bangladesh : a case study of Sharankhola Upazila , Bagerhat 

      Ali, Md. Mohosin (BRAC University, 2012)
      Natural disaster occurs almost every year in Bangladesh due to climate change. Crop agriculture is often constrained by different hazards and disasters such as floods, droughts, soil and water salinity, cyclones and storm ...
    • Impacts of flood on the lives and livelyhoods of people in Bangladesh: A case study of a village in Manikganj district 

      Rahman, Saleh Ur (BRAC University, 2014)
      Water induced disaster including flood accounts over 30% of total losses of lives due to natural disaster in Bangladesh. On one hand, spatial variation on geography over short reaches, young and complex geology, and ...