Presented a paper on Email Etiquette of Internet Users in Dhaka: A Contrastive Study of Professionals and Students in English4 today National Conference at the Department of English, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Bangladesh. 2007.
Participated in the 3-day BELTA-AIUB-THT English Language Teaching seminar 2009 jointly organized by Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association, THT and AIUB at American International University-Bangladesh from 23 to 25 July 2009.
Presented paper titled Code Switching and Bilingualism: a Socio-psychological Study in 8th International Language and Development Conference on 24 June 2009, Dhaka Bangladesh.
Attended a two-day Teacher Leadership Academy “Leadership Skills in ELT” at the BRAC Centre Inn, Mohakhali Dhaka, December 2-3, 2010 organized by Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association and TESOL Arabia Leadership and Management SIG
Presented paper as co-presenter titled Attitudes towards English among the Community Leaders in Rural Bangladesh at BELTA-EIA Internal conference on 20th May 2011, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Presented a paper as co-presenters titled Reforming English Language Education in Bangladesh through Sustained Change in Pedagogical Practices at BELTA International Conference in Dhaka January 18-20, 2013
Presented paper titled Politics of English initiatives/projects implementation in Bangladesh: an investigation of ELT reforms at 18th International Conference 2013 organized by NELTA in Nepal from 16 to 18th February 2013.
Presented paper at the 11TH Asian EFL , TESOL Asia 2014 Conference at Clark, Philippines.
Presented a paper at the 11th International Language and Development Conference in New Delhi, 18-20 November 2015 . This presentation identifies the extent to which English can contribute to improvement of the socio-economic status of Bangladeshi women
Participated in a two-day long workshop organized by British Council (Dhaka), English Language Teaching Improvement project (ELTIP) programme in 2000.
Attended a three-day long (3–5 November 2001) lecture by Professor Noam Chomsky, an internationally renowned scholar of linguistics, philosophy, and politics. The lecture was organized by Institute of Social Sciences (New Delhi), St. Stephen College (University of Delhi, and Delhi School of Economics.
Attended a two-day (20-21 September 2001) long Seminar on Semiotics. Irene Rosier-Catch who is a specialist in Medieval European Philosophy and Linguistics and Barbara Cassin, a specialist in Classical Greek – mainly Aristotelian – Philosophy presented papers titled Semiotics in the Medieval Period: The Rise of Philosophical Grammars and the Language of Theology and Helen of Troy – Eulogy and Consensus respectively
Attended a seminar on Reconciling Accounts (Australian Writers and sociologist).Papers were presented by Prof Bruce Bennet, ADFA, Canberra and by Prof. Bill Ashcroft, University of New South Wales, Sydney, on Postcolonial Transformation and Globalization held on 21st January 2002
Attended an international seminar on Beyond the Linguistic Turn: Literature, Culture and Philosophy (January 22-26, 2002) organized by the Centre of Linguistics and English, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and Co-sponsored by Indian Council of Philosophical Research.
Attended a seminar on Interrogating Knowledge Globalization, paper presented by Professor Ashok R. Kelkar, an eminent linguist of International repute. The Centre of Linguistics and English, Jawaharlal Nehru University organized the seminar on March 26, 2002.
Awarded certificate for participating in a workshop on Training of Trainers (ToT) organized by British Council, Dhaka on 9 September 2007.