Rear Admiral Nazmul Hassan, NPP, ndc, ncc, psc,

Commander Bangladesh Navy Fleet Bangladesh Navy

Rear Admiral Nazmul joined Bangladesh Navy as a cadet in 1984 and was commissioned in the Executive branch on 1986. He completed his Midshipman and Ag S Lt training from Britannia Royal Naval College, UK. A specialist in navigation, he did his long navigation course from Cochin, India in 1993.

He has a blend of command, staff and instructional appointments throughout his career. He worked as Director Naval Operations and Director Naval Intelligence at NHQ. He also served 3 years tenure as Staff Officer Operations to COMCHIT. As a young Lieutenant, he was appointed as ADC to Chief of Naval Staff. His instructional career started as the Naval DS at Bangladesh Military Academy. He later conducted JSC at BNA both as a Directing Staff and a Director. He served as a DS in DSCSC Mirpur for 3 years. In 2013, he was appointed as the Commandant of Bangladesh Naval Academy, where he planned the transition of Naval officers training from 2 to 4 years. During his service tenure, he visited many countries of Asia, Africa, Europe and America. He also took part in the UN Peacekeeping Mission in former Yugoslavia (Croatia/Montenegro) in the year 2002. 

He is a distinguished graduate of Defence Services Command and Staff College, Mirpur and Naval War College, USA. He also attended Naval Command Course at The US Naval War College. His academic qualifications include Bachelor of Science degree from Chittagong University and Masters in Defence Studies from National University, Bangladesh. Currently he is undergoing M Phil Programme Under BUP.

Conference Day ONE - Tuesday, 3 December 2019

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019

1:30 PM Roundtable 4: Adopting Smart Technology in Coastal Surveillance

·         How smart technology helps to enhance coast guard operations
·         What are, and should be the priorities for coastal surveillance digitalisation
·         What to expect in the future to enhance coastal surveillance

Conference Day TWO - Wednesday, 4 December 2019

Wednesday, December 4th, 2019


This session with key regional stakeholders will discuss:
·         key maritime security priorities going forward from each country’s perspective
·         modernization programmes and upcoming requirements
·         future maritime defence and surveillance procurement plans to address these priorities

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Nazmul.

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