Karim started his academic career at Dhaka University as a Lecturer in 1947. He spent two years earning his PhD in Soil Science at the University of Adelaide during 1949-1951, returning to the Dhaka University's newly formed Department of Soil Science. He rose to head the department in 1963.
Karim worked in the fields of biogas technology; new sources for edible oils; and new techniques for glass production.
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