Mohamed Mijarul Quayes
মো. মিজারুল কায়েস
|Bangladesh Ambassador to Brazil|
2014 – March 2017
|Born||2 April 1960|
Kishorganj, East Pakistan
|Died||10 March 2017 (aged 56)|
|Alma mater||University of Dhaka|
Mohamed Mijarul Quayes (2 April 1960 – 10 March 2017) was a Bangladeshi career diplomat. He was appointed ambassador to Brazil in 2014. He was the Bangladesh High Commissioner to the Court of St James's, United Kingdom from 2012 to 2014. Prior to this he served as the Foreign Secretary at Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh. He was previously Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of Bangladesh to the Russian Federation.
Education and career
Mijarul Quayes was educated at Dhaka Residential Model College, the Department of International Relations, Dhaka University, and the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He was a Bangladesh Civil Service Cadre of 1982. He was an Edward S . Mason Fellow in Public Policy and Management and studied under Amartya Sen, Robert Nozick, Shirley Williams, Richard Neustad, Ernest May and Robert Vogel at Harvard. At Dhaka University, he was a fellow of the Centre for Alternatives. He was a life member of the UN Association of Bangladesh. Mijarul Quayes has taught at the North South University and BRAC University in Dhaka and has been a resource for the Foreign Service Academy, the National Defence College and the Public Administration Training Centre. He also taught aesthetics and the history of art at the National Academy of the Arts in Dhaka.
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- "Mijarul Quayes passes away". The New Nation. 12 March 2017. Retrieved 10 April 2017.