||ELT Pedagogical Platforms used by Engineering Students in Bangladesh: A Survey-Based Study of the Issues and Challenges during and beyond Covid-19 Pandemic
||Viva, S., Sultana, F. & Zakaria, AKM
||DUET Journal. Vol-07, Issue 01
||Facebook as a Platform of Flipped Classroom for the EFL Learners: A Study on the Perceptions of the Tertiary Level Students in Bangladesh
||Nur Mohammad Khan, Prof. Dr. AKM Zakaria, Rashed Mahmud, Jannat -E- Hosne Ara
||Harvest: Jahangirnagar University Studies in Language and Literature (volume 35, 2019-2020, ISSN 1729-8326)
||Language Learning Strategies of Engineering Students: An Explorative Study in Bangladesh Perspectives
||AKM Zakaria, Fatema Sultana, Mir Md. Fazle Rabbi and Motiur Rahman
||DUET Journal, Vol (05), Issue (01) Pp 51-56
||An Evaluation of Fundamental English Courses: A Scrutiny of their Effectiveness at an Engineering University, Bangladesh
||Fatema Sultana, Nahida Sultana & Akm Zakaria
||International Journal of English and Literature (IJEL).Vol. 9, Issue 3, ISSN (E): 2249-8028
||Identifying the English Communication Needs of Engineering Learners in Bangladesh through Needs Analysis: An ESP Perspective
||Central Journal of Bangladesh Open University (CJBOU). Vol. IV, Issue 2, ISSN: 2664-3464.
||Teaching Listening Skill through Google Classroom: A Study at Tertiary Level in Bangladesh
||Rabbi Mir Md. Fazle, Zakaria, AKM &Tonmoy Md. Mir
||DUET Journal, Vol, 3, Issue 1
||Challenges Faced by Tertiary Level Engineering Students in Learning English: a Study in the Context of DUET
||Rahman Sanzida, Sultana Fatema& Zakaria, AKM.
||DUET Journal. Vol. 3, Issue 1, Article ID- 1707311344.
||A Critical Review of the Global Institutional Ranking System with Special Reference to the Tertiary Education Sector of the USA and Europe and It’s Prospects in Bangladesh
||Zakaria et al.
||Elixir International Journal, /Soc. Sci. 110 (2017) 48220-48223
||Replication of Mathew Peacock’s Experimental Work on Authentic Materials to Improve the Level of Motivation of the Learners in the Context of Bangladesh
||Zakaria AKM, Nayeem Md. Abu, Rabbi Mir Md. Fazle & Rahman Sanzida
||International Journal of Language, Literature and Skills (IJELLS). Vol. 6, Issue 3. Page 92-101. ISSN No: 2278 -0742
||The Take off point for Designing English for Specific Purposes (ESP) Course for Engineering Learners
||International Journal of Language, Literature and Skills (IJELLS). Vol. 4, Issue 4. PP. 132-141. ISSN No: 2278 – 0742.
||Status of English and ESP: A Bangladesh Perspective
||Education Today (An International Journal of Education and Humanities). 6(1), 358-366, ISSN No: 2229-5755
||Involving Learners in ESP Course Design: A Bangladesh Perspective
||Anuradha RV & Zakaria, AKM
||International Journal of Multidisciplinary Educational Research (IJMER). Vol. 4, Issue 6 (2), pp. 136-154, ISSN No: 2277-7881
||An Experiment with Learners’ Specialized Content-Based Teaching Materials to Enhance Reading Comprehension in Engineering Classroom: A Bangladesh Perspective
||Journal of Education in Twenty First Century (An International Journal of Education and Humanities), ISSN NO: 2394-7845
||An Investigation into the use of short story at Tertiary Level in ESL Classroom: Learners’ Interests and Perceptions.
||Arifeen Mohammad Shajedul & Zakaria, AKM.
||Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Technology; 11 (1), 133-138. ISSN: 2305-1809