Juwel Rana has been teaching Sociology since 2014. He is currently teaching as an adjunct faculty at the Department of Sociology in the Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University (HSTU). He has also taught Sociology at the East West University and Dhaka International University (DIU), Bangladesh.

“As a teacher, I have some visions. First, to demonstrate to my students, how sociology offers important ways to examine, understand, and influence the world we live in. Secondly, the goal is to develop in students the important skills of critical thinking and analysis. A third important goal is to inculcate in my students a global perspective. Finally, a fourth goal is to address the complexity of issues of symbolic interactionism, policy, health, environment, and introductory sociological issues in understanding social relations and social institutions both within the Bangladesh and globally.”


With colleagues and students of Sociology at East West University.

During his teaching at Dhaka International University and East West University, he has taught more than 10 courses on sociology, theories, history, Bangladesh, demography, psychology, politics, economy and society, areas that he is concerned with as a researcher, advocate and as a citizen.

Currently Teaching:

SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology

SOC 111: Rural Sociology

SOC 202: Social Psychology

Courses Taught:

SOC 407: Contemporary Sociological Theories

SOC 438: Political Development in Bangladesh

SOC 324: Social History

SOC 326: Social Psychology

SOC 328: Demography and Economic Development in Bangladesh

SOC 306: Social Problem Analysis

SOC 214: Economy and Society of Bangladesh

SOC 209: Industrial Sociology

GEN 201: Bangladesh Studies (Section-10)

SOC 108: Modern Western Social Thought

SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology (Section-4)