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Chandra Das

Chandra Das

Assistant Professor and Head
Business Administration


Mrs. Chandra Das joined USTC in 2010 as Assistant Professor of Faculty of Business Administration. She has more than 12 years’ teaching experience in diverse disciplines. She works as a Curriculum Planner, Article Reviewer at the faculty and university research cell. Her publications are well-cited by renowned scholars both locally and globally.


  • MBA in Finance, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh
  • BBA(Hons.) in Finance and Banking, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh

Program Affiliated

  • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
  • Masters of Business Administration (MBA)”

Areas of Interest

  • Financial Markets and Institutions
  • Behavioral Finance
  • Financial Derivatives
  • Risk and Insurance

Courses Taught

  • Financial Engineering and Derivatives (MBA)
  • Managerial Finance (MBA)
  • Production and Operations Management (MBA)
  • Money and Capital Markets (BBA)
  • Principles of Insurance (BBA)
  • Management Science (BBA)
  • Operations Research (BBA)
  • Bangladesh Studies (BBA)

Journals & Articles

  • Chowdhury and Das; (August 2022), Disruptive Factors in Implementing Outcome-Based Education Curriculum at Tertiary Business Education: A Focus on Institutional Readiness, Canadian Journal of Business and Information Studies (CJBIS); Vol. & Issue 4(4)
  • Das, Chandra;(November, 2019), Significant Issues of Financial Literacy and application in Stock Market: a descriptive study on Bangladesh Capital Market, International Journal of Business Society (IJO-BS), Vol.3(11), Page No. 38-44
  • Chandra Das (2019), Measuring financial literacy in Chittagong Stock Exchange,
  • Roushan Ara Sultana, Shahnaz Begum and Chandra Das; (December 2014), Perception of Female Bank Employees on Essential Training Program: A study on Effectiveness of Service Initiators Using Logistic Approach; Volume 22, No. 2; page no. 39.
  • Das, Chandra; (January, 2012), Role of Financial Institutions in Socio-economic Development: A Case Study on Some Private Commercial Bank in Bangladesh, Business Review, page no.43.
  • Das, Chandra; (June, 2012), Financial performance of Banking Sector- A comparative study of State-owned bank and Private commercial banks in Bangladesh, IFRSA,Vol. 2, Issue 2, Page No. 155.
  • Subrina Tazreen, Chandra Das(Dec.,2012), Adaptation to Climate Change and Shore up Sustainable Development in Developing Countries: Role of Insurance Sector, page no. 61
  • Chandra Das, Subrina Tazreen(Dec., 2012), Sustainability Issues for Future Banking- Implementation of BASEL II from Bangladesh Perspective, Page no. 251.