USC Publications Grant, Australia: Publication grant from Faculty of Arts, Business and Law, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia on November 2016. 5,000 AUD.
American Geophysical Union, USA: Travel grant to participate and present in American Geophysical Union's 2015 Fall Meeting held in San Francisco, USA during 14-18 December. 1,000 USD.
The World Bank, USA:Bursary to participate and present in 1st FLARE (Forests & Livelihoods: Assessment, Research, and Engagement) Network Conference held in Paris, France during 27-30 November, 2015.: ~3,500 USD.
Program on Forests (PROFOR) of the World Bank and International Forestry Resources and Institution (IFRI): Pathways to sustainability best scientific paper award. 3,000 USD.
SAFS RHD Travel Award, The University of Queensland, Australia:Bursary to participate and present in the 'ATBC 2015: Resilience of Island Systems in the Context of Climate Change' to held during 12-16 July, 2015 in Hawaii, USA. 1,775 AUD.
Rufford Grant for Nature Conservation, UK:Status, indigenous uses and population dynamics of disappearing medicinal flora in a biodiversity hotspot zone of north-eastern Bangladesh: implications for sustainable harvesting and conservation through community awareness. April 2009 – February 2010. 5,625 £. [Homepage]
British Ornithologists’ Union, UK(Ornithological Research Grant): Assessing bird diversity in shed trees of tea (Camellia sinensis L.) Gardens in greater Sylhet region, north-eastern Bangladesh. February – December 2009. 920 £ (Small Ornithological Research Grant 2009). [pdf]
The Royal Society, UK: Bursary to attend in a workshop on Advanced Statistical Analysis using 'R' under 'SEARP-Darwin Initiative' Programme of UK Govt. March 2009. 2,500 US$.
Seoul National University, Korea: Bursary to attend and participate 'First IUFRO Forest Related Traditional Knowledge and Culture Conference' held in Korea Forest Research Institute, Seoul, Korea. October 2008. 1,500 US$.
British Ecological Society, UK(Undergraduate Small Ecological Project Support Grant): Assessing status and importance of so called invasive alien plant species among local livelihoods and wildlife population residing within two conservation area of north- eastern Bangladesh. January- July, 2008. 2,160 £ (SEPG, UEPS and Field Experience Grant- 7210 600). [pdf]
University Merit Scholarship, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, 2007: Yearly merit scholarship from the university for outstanding academic achievements. December 2007. 7,000 BDT.
The Explorers Club, USA(Youth Activity Fund): Traditional forest practices of indigenous people:Understanding the role and opportunities in improved livelihoods and enhanced conservation. May- December, 2007. 1,165 US$. [pdf]
USAID, Bangladesh:Study on the Protected Areas and Rural Livelihoods. January- August, 2006. 1,250 US$. (IRG Project no: 1125-000).
Climate Change Scholarship,University of Copenhagen, Denmark(Shortlisted, 2010): Scholarship towards PhD study under the framework of 'Climate change: impacts, adaptation and mitigation' approved during 'COP 15', at Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Denmark (Ranked top 25 among about 850 international candidates).For detail: Prof. Erik Dahl Kjær, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.