Sanjib Sarker Shawon

Research Consultant
Contact No.: 01521439494
Email: ssshawon@cegisbd.com

Career Summary

Sanjib Saker Shawon has obtained B.Sc. in Civil Engineering from Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST), Dhaka in 2017. Sanjib has more than 14 months of experience in the field of Water resources engineering and management, environmental management, natural resources management and evaluation and monitoring activities. Extensively involved in Post Project Evaluation of Ten Projects where he carried out field visit BWDB projects in different regions, environmental screening, report writing on water resources management for sustainable development, inventory the base condition of project infrastructures, prepare O&M plan, discuss about intervention plan with concern officials and stakeholders, involved in IEE and EIA studies comprehensively. Also involved in EIA study of cluster projects of LGED. Besides, Mr. Ahmed has carried out of the ESIA study included water resources management for river dredging projects of BWDB and 24 navigation routes of BIWTA. Moreover, he has also carried out the field investigations in connection with the studies in different region of Bangladesh. Experienced in data collecting and analyzing, and report preparation for monitoring, evaluation. 


Education

B.Sc. in Civil Engineering from Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology( AUST), Dhaka in 2017


Area of Interest/Expertise

Natural Resource Planning and Management, Environmental Impact Assessment of water and power sector projects of Bangladesh, Integrated Water Resources Management, and Integrated Coastal Management, Post project Evaluation, Hydrological Analysis, Feasibility studies, Sustainable Development, Climate Change, GIS based data analysis and hydrological modeling.


Publications

2020

Biswas, R.N., Islam, M.N., Islam, M.N. and Shawon, S.S., 2020. Modeling on approximation of fluvial landform change impact on morphodynamics at Madhumati River Basin in Bangladesh. Modeling Earth Systems and Environment, pp.1-23. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40808-020-00989-2.