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I am Sajid Amit. I am currently Director, Center for Enterprise and Society (CES), and Director, EMBA Program, at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB).

I am an alumnus of Columbia University, Dartmouth College, and SOAS University of London. I have over 13 years of experience in three sectors: academia, financial services, and research/consulting.

Academia Experience:
Before ULAB, I have taught BBA and MBA at four (04) leading private universities in Bangladesh: NSU; East West; AIUB; and BRAC University.

Sajid Amit

My Current Portfolio

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FINANCIAL INCLUSION, FINANCIAL LITERACY AND INVESTMENTS

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP, SOCIAL ENTERPRISE AND INCUBATION

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SECURITY AND GOVERNANCE

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YOUTH, SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY

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SOCIAL MEDIA LITERACY

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EMOTIONAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS

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Recent Videos

Recent Posts

Losing weight after gaining post-marriage: Some Thoughts

With regard to my most recent bout of weight loss, I have a lot to say, mostly for the sake of posterity. Kidding! It's mostly so that I can refer back to it if I ever need to. So what's plenty evident is that this whole fitness lifestyle was not all that difficult to...
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Eating a Slack Meal

So I have realized that eating one meal a week where I allow myself almost anything, and for any amount of time (w.r.t the duration of the meal) works! I call it the "Slack Meal". When I don't do this and I basically stay on a rigid diet of vegetables, chicken and...
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How I feel about Seth Godin

I watched the following video today: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtfvZ_KOiZY Interestingly, of all possible unintended consequences, it made me want to write a blog post. I have been meaning to for a while. I used to blog quite regularly about 10-11 years earlier,...
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The Story of the $100 Bill

It is the month of August. A resort town sits next to the shores of a lake. The town, once flourishing, is now in hard times. Many are in debt and live on credit. Unexpectedly, a rich tourist comes to town. He enters the only hotel, lays a 100 dollar bill on the...
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University Review: Cracking US Business Schools

This is the fifth in a five part review series of top US and UK-based universities American Business Schools have long held a rather vaunted place in the realm of global business school rankings as well as recruitment by Fortune 500 companies – not to mention – a...
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University Review: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

The London School of Economics and Political Science, known the world over as simply “LSE,” is a University of London powerhouse, dedicated to the study of social sciences The London School of Economics and Political Science, known the world over as simply “LSE,” is a...
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University Review: The Empire Strikes Back

This is the third in a five-part review series of top US and UK-based universities The School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) is a public university and a part of the University of London umbrella. SOAS, honestly, is a school like no other, not just on account...
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Leadership talk at ULAB

Center for Enterprise and Society (CES) of University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) organised a leadership talk series on ‘The Inspirational Journey of PRAN – From Local to Global’ on June 1 at ULAB Auditorium, Campus A. Ahsan Khan Chowdhury, deputy managing...
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University Review: The IVY in NYC

This is the second in a five-part review series of top US and UK-based universities Columbia University ought to be introduced, first and foremost, as President Barack Obama’s alma mater. Established in 1754 by George II of Great Britain, Columbia is one of the...
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University Review: The College on the Hill

This is the first in a five-part review series of top US and UK-based universities Dartmouth College, albeit an Ivy League School, and one of the 9 colonial colleges chartered before the American Revolution, is much lesser known in Bangladesh than its more well-known...
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