Dr Shahid Rashid has attained a Doctoral degree from Loughborough University, UK in 2009 with specialization in the field of Supply Chain Management. He did masters in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and bachelors in Mechanical Engineering. He attained a post graduate diploma in Certified Quality Professional (CQP) and secured an IRQA UK accredited ISO 9000 lead auditor certification. He has participated in a professional development Local Grad course from Loughborough University, UK.
He is a supply chain management and project management professional with over 16 years of extensive experience of working both in public and private sector organizations at national and international levels. After his PhD he is actively involved in teaching and research at different universities as visiting faculty.
Currently he is an Executive Director of Centre of Excellence of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CE-CPEC), Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE), Islamabad. The CE-CPEC is envisioned as an apex research center to work as a think tank to reap the true spirit of CPEC portfolio; energy, infrastructure, Gwadar and industrial cooperation to support the broader initiatives namely Pakistan Vision 2025 and One Belt One Road (OBOR).
Before this, he was Deputy Director Supply Chain Management (SCM) in CPEC Secretariat, Ministry of Planning Development & Reform (Mo PD&R), Islamabad. The CPEC Secretariat is a country level center to coordinate with Federal and Provincial departments and Authorities and other stakeholders including there at China regarding the CPEC progresses, ongoing activities and future course of action.
Prior to this responsibility, he was General Manager and Deputy Project Director at National Development Complex (NDC), NESCOM, Islamabad heading a composite team of managers, engineers and staff to deliver Strategic Defence projects. During his working of more than 15 years at NDC, he has been an active member of the team to develop and transform the strategic defence products at par with the World.
At the beginning of his professional carrier, he joined Quality Management Systems 9000 (QMS 9000) as Consultant Engineer and provided consultancy and internal auditing for Quality Management System (ISO9000), Environmental Management System (ISO 14000) and Total Quality Management (TQM) to over 20 industrial and business enterprises of KPK province.
Dr Shahid was actively involved in research supervision and post graduate teaching at several universities including NUST, UET Taxila, UET Peshawar, Behria University and Iqra University. He contributed as a member of different study boards not limited to Board of Studies (BoS), Mechanical Engineering Department and Board of Advance Studies and Research (BOASAR), UET Peshawar. He is a resource person and Supply Chain Expert for NUST Business School (NBS) for their upcoming master programme of Supply Chain Management.
Ms. Roubina Taufiq Shah is presently serving as Director Administration and Finance, Centre of Excellence, CPEC, a project of PIDE and Ministry of Planning Development & Reform. She retired from 35 years of Government service as Director General ( TDRO), heading the Trade Dispute Resolution Organization, Ministry of Commerce in July 2016. She is a Commerce & Trade Officer with a vast experience in trade promotion and facilitation. She joined government service in 1981 as an officer of Chief Controller Imports & Exports Islamabad and then Lahore till 1993.
Ms. Shah has been associated with the concept of promoting women entrepreneurs in Pakistan for the last 30 years. She pioneered the project of WEXNET (Women Exporters Network) a branded annual exhibition of TDAP in Pakistan for women entrepreneurs from year 2000. From 2010, her services have been utilized by USAID for training women entrepreneurs in trade related matters. In 2016, she was the main resource person for USAID Pakistan Regional Economic Integration Activity (PREIA) which had an underlying objective of encouraging more women in Pakistan’s trade sector. Under this objective, the ‘Women Leadership in Trade Policy’ (WLTP) Program a series of roundtable discussions were held on the subject in Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi, under the super vision of Ms. Shah.
Her vast experience has been as a Trade Promotion Officer in Chief Controller Imports & Exports, Export Promotion Bureau, TDAP. Ms. Shah was posted as Commercial Secretary Pakistan High Commission Dhaka where she served her country for 4 years, working day & night to promote the exports to that region. Her services as CS Dhaka are well acknowledged by the business community of Pakistan.
Ms. Roubina Taufiq Shah has also served in Pakistan Institute of Trade & Development ( PITAD) as Director Training and has been delivering lectures on Export Procedures and Documentations to the newly inducted Commerce & Trade officers. Her other past postings also include Deputy Secretary Ministry of Women Development, Deputy Secretary Insurance Ministry of Commerce. As an officer of TDAP, she has been engaged in management of its Sub-regional Punjab offices of Multan, Sialkot, Gujranwala and Faisalabad, Trade Promotion and facilitation of exporters and products, resolving trade disputes, organizing and handling & coordinating Trade Delegations and foreign / local Exhibitions, workshops, seminars, promoting and developing women entrepreneurs, acting as a liaison office for TDAP and coordinate with various organizations like MOC, Trade bodies, international organizations, private and public sector, interacting with foreign missions and international trade organizations in Lahore.
Ms. Shah has to her credit organizing some very important events and exhibitions like Date Shows Dhaka, DITF Dhaka, Pakistan participation in Batexpo Dhaka, Wetex Dhaka and EPB ( now TDAP) shows like Wexnet, Expo Pakistan Karachi, D-8 Exhibition & Conference Islamabad 2012. As an officer of EPB ( TDAP) and Commercial Secretary Dhaka, she has been involved in handling and settling trade disputes between importers & exporters of Pakistan with their counterparts abroad and has an in-depth knowledge of the issues and causes leading to these disputes.
She has handled all administrative and financial matters of the TDRO, from establishments of its office to furnishing it, hiring of staff and management of personnel, financial management of budget, preparation of proposals for trade policies, assistance by foreign donors etc; Liaising with ITC & UNIDO for EU Funded TRTA II Program consultants for preparation of Draft Law for trade dispute resolution; Organizing Seminars / Brainstorming Sessions for consultation with Trade bodies & exporters on problems being faced by them & their inputs for the draft law have been her big achievements. She has been successful in devising proposals for removal of export problems / hurdles; providing assistance to Pakistani exporters who are defrauded in international trade; resolving Trade Disputes and ensuring foreign importers are not cheated by exporters & vice versa; liaising with Ministry of Commerce on various Trade proposals, liaising with all public sector organizations for resolving trade disputes and enhancing trade facilitation, interacted with standard bodies and quality assurance initiatives. Her efforts for educating and training exporters / importers on export procedures and international standards to avoid disputes have been commendable.
In her current assignment as Director Administration & Finance, she has successfully established the new office of Centre of Excellence, managed its budget, HR and other administrative jobs of purchases, tenders etc.
Current appointment and responsibilities: Centre of Excellence CPEC-Head Policy Socio Economic Research Division on Contract basis, Islamabad from August 1, 2017.
Dr. Khan’s got M.Sc (1978) and M.Phil (1985) Geography from the University of Peshawar and PhD in Planning studies from the University of Nottingham UK in 1991. He conducted Post-Doc research project titled “Nigerian Evidence-based Health System Initiative” (NEHSI) under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Neil Andersson funded by CIET Trust and IDRC-CIDA Canada 2012-13.
Amir Khan started his career by joining the University of Peshawar as a lecturer in 1980 and got retirement in 2015 after serving the University for more than 35 years.
Dr. Khan has carried out extensive research in the field of evidence based Urban and Regional Development Planning, Governance, monitoring/Auditing and evaluation, housing and primary health care issues and disaster recovery. He published more than 100 research publications as listed below:
|#||Publication type||Number||#||Publication type||Number|
|i.||Impact factor international journals||8||ii||Other International Journals||3|
|Iii||Paper published in National Journals||17||iv||Abstract published internationally||6|
|V||International Research Project reports||22||vi||National research project reports||4|
|Vii||District wise governance projects for each district of Pakistan in 2003-06||101||viii||Proceedings of International conference/seminar/workshops||23|
|Ix||Proceedings of national conference/ seminar/workshops||25||x||Books published abroad||5|
|Xi||Books published in country||1||xii||Ph. D thesis supervised||4|
|Xiii||Ph. D thesis in progress||4||xiv||M. Phil/Msc thesis/report supervised||62|
(d) Administrative/post-doctoral experience
Dr. Khan serves the Institute/Department as Director and chairman for three successful terms from: 1997 to 2000, 2003 to 2006 and from 2010 to 2013. After getting Ph.D from UK in 1991 he serves in the University for 24 years.
(e) Execution of Major Research Projects:
Dr. Khan has executed more than 20 national and international research project after doing Ph.D from UK as listed in detailed CV attached.
(f) Working in international bodies & participation in conferences/training courses
Dr. Khan participated, organised and presented research papers in international conference workshops/seminars/training courses detail given in detailed CV. He was associated with various national and international research organisations and Universities for the conducting research and execution of a number project and worked as Regional planner/ Research associate/State Team leader/Technical advisor in DFID; USAID; World Bank project on school and health facilities mapping; UN-WFP Environmental Rehabilitation Project for Malakand region; UN/ESCAP research Projects on Urban Environmental issues/State of Environment (SOE) for The Asia and The Pacific region 2000; Provincial level study for environmental consideration in the decision making; UNDP Project on Good Governance; ICIMOD project for the State of Environment and Development in the mountainous regions of Pakistan; CIDA-IDRC/CIET Canada Project in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for the implementation of three Social Audit and governance project and the study of violence against women 2002 to 2006; CIET Trust international course Manager on epidemiology and evidence based planning; CIDA/CIET Social audit research coordinator-Afghanistan 2008-09. Most recently implemented NEHSI-MSS and CSS projects on primary health care (PHC) project of the Federal Ministry of Health Nigeria and CIDA-IDRC Canada implemented by CIET Trust Canada; health Healteam member of October 2005 earthquake natural disaster recovery project: in joint collaboration with the Cambridge University UK.
Dr. Khan is adjunct faculty member of the Department of Geography and Urban and Regional Planning, University of Peshawar. He is also chairman of the steering committee on Land use for government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Urban Policy Unit of P&D Department; member selection board Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University Peshawar from 2013-2015 and currently member selection board Islamia college University Peshawar. Also higher education commission (HEC) approved Ph. D supervisor.
(g) Experience in Organising conferences/ workshop/seminars/training courses
He has organised half a dozen international conference/training course/workshop and seminar as listed in attached CV
Dr. Khan acted as Chairman National Committee for International Geographical Union (IGU) 1996 to 2004; Member Common Wealth Geographical Bureau; President of Pakistan Geographical Association (PGA); student member of Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) UK, member Academic Council and Senate, University of Peshawar, member Board of Study, Engineering University and Technology: convener and member of Higher Education Commission (HEC) Curriculum Committee on Geography; City and Regional Planning; Remote Sensing and Geographical Information system (RS/GIS).
- Field of Study
Social, Medical and Population Geography, Natural resources, Environmental, Urban and Regional Development Planning, Housing, Land use, Evidence based Planning, natural disaster recovery, Governance and Gender, Monitoring/Social Audit, GIS/RS/EIA/Policy analysis
(j) Research thesis for my M. Sc; M. Phil , Ph. D and Post-doctoral fellowship
- Development of Web-based Geographical Informational System (GIS), Remote Sensing (RS) and Global Positioning System (GPS) tools for community surveillance system (CSS) for health management referral system in two state of Nigeria.
- Household Tenure Mobility in British New Town – A case study of Milton Keynes for the PhD. Thesis, Institute of Planning Studies, University of Nottingham, U.K. 1987-91.
- Socio-Economic conditions in urban fringe of Peshawar City (M. Phil Thesis), Department of Geography, University of Peshawar 1982-85.
- Population Characteristics of Bannu District, MSc. Thesis, Department of Geography, University of Peshawar 1976-79
- Academic Qualifications:
|Degrees||Major area of Study||Dates||Institutions|
|Ph. D||Planning Studies/ Environmental Planning||1987-91||Faculty of Law & Social Sciences University of Nottingham, U.K|
|M. Phil||Human Geography||1982-86||University of Peshawar, Pakistan|
|Diploma||Teacher Training||1985-86||University of Peshawar, Pakistan|
|M.Sc||Geography||1976-78||University of Peshawar, Pakistan|
|B.A||Geog, Philosophy & English||1974-76||University of Peshawar, Pakistan|
Post-Doc: Nigerian Evidence-based Health System Initiative (NEHSI) a project of the Federal Ministry of Health Nigeria and CIDA-IDRC Canada implemented by CIET Canada 2012-14.ealth Health h
- Field of Study: Social, Medical and Population Geography, Natural resources, Environmental, Urban and Regional Development Planning, Housing, Land use, Evidence based Planning, natural disaster recovery, Governance and Gender, Monitoring/Social Audit, GIS/RS/EIA/Policy analysis
- International/National Training courses Attended: CIET Canada International Training Course on “Social Audit and Evidence-Based Planning”, University of Peshawar and Guerrero University Mexico, 2005.
ICIMOD International Training Course on ‘Hands-on’ Training for Application of GIS and Remote Sensing to Slope Instability and Hazard Mapping, Katmandu, Nepal; 1998
UN International Training Course on ‘Remote Sensing Education for Educators,’ Stockholm, Sweden; 1996
University of Nottingham Training Course on “Computer Aided Planning and Design (including Spread sheets, Spss-x & Pc, GIS, Word Processing)” Nottingham, U.K. 1990
(B). Experience in Public Sector University
- Current appointment and responsibilities: CPEC-Head Policy Research Division (Development/Urban Planning on Contract basis) PIED, Islamabad from April 2, 2017 onward.
- Teaching and Research
- Meritorious Professor (BPS-22): November 2013 to 13-04-2015
- Professor: August 24, 1999 to November 2013.
- Associate Professor: October 1993 to August 1999.
- D Scholar at Nottingham University UK: Sept, 1987 to July, 1991
- Lecturer: March 1980 to October 1993.
- Membership of the University/Government statutory bodies.
- Chairman of the steering committee on Land use for government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Urban Policy Unit of P&D Department;
- Member selection board Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University 2013 to 2016.
- Member selection board Islamia Collage University 2016 to date
(C) Research publications
- Research Paper published in International Impact factor Research journal
2015 “Understanding whose births get registered: a cross sectional study in Bauchi and Cross River states, Nigeria”, BMC Res Notes 2015: 8 (1) 1026 DOI: 10. 1186/S 13104-015- 1026-y
2011 “Does contracting of health care in Afghanistan work? Public and service-users’ Perceptions and experience”, BMC Health Services Research 2011, 11(Suppl 2):S11 (21 December 2011) http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6963/11/S2/S11
2011 “Male responsibility and maternal morbidity: a cross-sectional study in two Nigerian states”, BMC Health Services Research 2011, 11(Suppl 2):S7 (21 December 2011) http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6963/11/S2/S7
2011 “Devolution and public perceptions and experience of health services in Pakistan: Linked cross sectional surveys in 2002 and 2004”, BMC Health Services Research 2011, 11(Suppl 2):S4 (21 December 2011) http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6963/11/S2/S4
2010 “Barriers to Disclosing and Reporting Violence among Women in Pakistan: Findings from a National Household Survey and Focus Group Discussions”, SAGE Journal of INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE Vol. 15 (1).
2009 “One size does not fit all: local determinants of measles vaccination in four Districts of Pakistan”, BMC International Health and Human Rights 2009, Vol.9 (suppl 1):S4 October 2009.
2009 “Challenging the myths about the Madaris in Pakistan: A national household Survey of enrolment and reasons for choosing religious schools”, International Journal of EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Vol. 29, pp342-349 Elsevier.
2009 “Collecting reliable information about violence against women safely in household Interviews: experience from a large-scale national survey in South Asia” SAGE Journal VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, Vol. 15 No.4 April 2009 pp 482-496.
2008 “Building damage and casualties in recent earthquakes and tsunamis in Asia: a cross-event survey of survivors”,The 14th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering October 12-17, 2008, Beijing, China
2001 “Afghanistan: A country in Turmoil”, Commonwealth Geographical Bureau Newsletter No. 27 pp11-15, Cape Town-South Africa
1994 “Interrelationship between Demographic Factor, Development Process and Environment in the ESCAP Region“, ASIA-PACIFIC POPULATION JOURNAL, VOL. 9, No.3 pp.37-54. BANGKOK.
Research Paper Published in Pakistan National Journals
2009 “Gender Role in the Use and Management of Rangeland Resources in Semi-Arid Region: A Case Study of Karak District, North West Frontier Province (NWFP) Pakistan; Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences XVII (1), pp 38-48
2006 “Preventive child health with special reference to childhood diarrhoea in District Haripur Pakistan 2006” paper published Seventh Annual Population Research “Population at the Crossroads of Development November 28-30, 2006
2004 “Impacts of Ghazi Barotha Hydropower Project (GBHPP) on the environment of Tehsil Ghazi-Pakistan”, PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHY, Vol. XIV University of Peshawar, pp 1-18.
2000 “People’s Perceptions of Good Governance in Abbottabad and Bannu Districts Of North West Frontier Province Of Pakistan”, JOURNAL OF LAW AND SOCIETY, Vol. XXIII NO. 36, July, pp 49-79.
1999 “Institutional Framework for Integration of Environmental concern into Development Planning & Decision Making in NWFP”JOURNAL OF LAW AND SOCIETY,Vol. XX NO. 33,January.pp11-34
1999 “Comparative study of Islamabad and Milton Keynes British new town”, Journal Geographic-the journal of Pakistan Geographical Association, Vol.2, No.2
1997 “Environmental Protection: Statutory Parameters and Empiricism”, JOURNAL OF LAW AND SOCIETY, Vol. XVII NO.30, July pp-69-78.
1997 “Regional Planning as a strategy for Sustainable Development in Kurram Agency, FATA – Pakistan”, PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHY, Vol. VII & VIII, University of Peshawar.
1995-96 “Study for streamlining planning process in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) NWFP- Pakistan”, PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHY, Vol.V&VI., University of Peshawar, pp1-19
1994 “Sub-national Area Planning (SNAP) in Pakistan With Particular Reference to Federally Administered Tribal Area, (FATA)”, PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHY, Vol. IV, University of Peshawar
1993 “Feasibility of the Geographic Information System (GIS) as a Regional Planning tool for Sustainable Development: A case study of Kuram and Orakzai Agencies of Federally Administered Tribal Agencies, (FATA)”, PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHY, Vol. III, pp. 1-18.University of Peshawar.
1993 “Ghazi Barotha Hydropower Project”, PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHY, Vol. III, pp. 143-148.University of Peshawar
1991 “Geographical Information Systems (GIS): A tool in Environmental Planning and Resource Management”, PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHY, Vol.1, No.1 & 2, pp. 175-186, University of Peshawar.
1991 “Housing and local environmental conditions in Urban fringe of Peshawar”, PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHY, Vol.1 & 2, pp. 131-150, University of Peshawar.
1982 “Land use and cropping pattern of village Jammou District, Abbottabad”, JOURNAL OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, Vol.6, No.1 & 2, pp. 97-107, University of Peshawar.
1982 “Importance of population census in population growth and projection”, PAKISTAN GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW, Vol.37, No.1&2, pp.95-101.University of Punjab, Lahore,
1981 “Population and settlement characteristics of Hangu Tehsil, District Kohat”, INSTITUTE OF ECONOMIC STUDIES, Publication No.149. University of Peshawar,
- Abstract published in international conference/meeting/workshops
2004 Environmental and Socio-Cultural Impacts of Water Resource Development Project: A Case Study of Ghazi-Barotha Hydropower Project (GBHPP), Pakistan” Abstract published in 30th IGU International Geographical Union 16-20 August, 2004 Glasgow UK.
2002 “Land Use/Land Cover Change Detection in The Historic City of Peshawar, Pakistan”, abstract published in IGU International Geographical Union 4-7 August, 2002 Durban South Africa, ABSTRACTS pp-99-100.
2002 “‘Environmental and Socio-Cultural Impacts of Ghazi-Barotha Hydropower Project (GBHPP) on Ghazi Tehsil, Pakistan'”, abstract published in IGU International Geographical Union 4-7 August, 2002 Durban South Africa, ABSTRACTS pp-99.
2001 “Land Use/Cover Change Detection And it’s Impacts on Environment in a Rapidly Growing Third World City of Peshawar, Pakistan”, Abstract in the Global Change Open Science Conference “Challenges of a Changing Earth” 9-13 July, 2001 Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
2000 ” Dynamics of Land Use and it’s impacts on environment: A case study of Peshawar”, abstract published in 29th International Geographical Congress 14-18 August, 2000 Seoul Korea, ABSTRACTS page 235
1980 “Human Settlement and Demographic Trends in Peshawar Valley, North West of River Kabul”, INSTITUTE OF ECONOMIC STUDIES, University of Peshawar, Publication No.139. Abstract published in the POPULATION INDEX, Vol.48, No.3, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY NEW JERSEY
- Proceedings of Conferences/Seminars/workshops
2016 “Evaluation of disaster resilient housing in October 2005 earthquake affected area of northern Pakistan A case study of District Mansehra Khyber Pakhtunkhwa”, INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON DISASTER RESILIENT SUPPLY CHAIN OPERATION IN SOUTH ASIS (DROPS), UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, UK 28 November to 2 December, 2016
2010 Monitoring and Evaluating Post-Disaster Recovery Using High-Resolution Satellite Imagery –Towards Standardized Indicators for Post-Disaster Recovery. 8th International Workshop on Remote Sensing for Disaster Applications. Tokyo. 30-September October 1, Tokyo, Japan.
2010 Water resource development and conservation in Khari Gandhghar’, Global change And the world’s mountains’ conference, Perth, Scotland, on 26 – 30 September.
2009 Measuring, monitoring and evaluating recovery- towards standardized indicators for post-disaster recovery, 7th international workshop on the use of Remote sensing for Disaster Response, Austin, TX, October 2009.
2009 Recovery with special reference to housing and infrastructure in October 2005 Kashmir and Northern Pakistan earthquake affected area 29-30 April: Cambridge Architectural Research Limited, UK
2009 “Good Governance and Participatory Development Approaches”, Community Based Livelihoods Recovery Programme (CBLRP): “Reviving Livelihoods through Participatory Approaches”, Muzaffarabad AJK 8-9 April, 2009.
2009 “Land use changes and emerging ecological /environmental problems in capital city district Peshawar Pakistan, proceeding of an international seminar on “Urban Ecosystem Management”, organized by The Islamia University Bahawalpur, Department of Geography, with the collaboration of department of Geography and Geology, Salzburg University, Austria. February 23, 2009
2008 “Social Surveys and the Earthquake in Northern Pakistan & AJ Kashmir”, paper presented to 2nd Steering committee meeting, (EPSRC grant number: RG48347 UCAM project identifier: GCAG/070 University of Cambridge UK 2008 to date. Magdalene College, Cambridge University 16 September 2008.
2007 “Building Damages and Casualties in Recent Earthquakes and Tsunamis in Asia: a cross-event survey of survivors” EGU2007 assembly. 16th- 20th April
2007 Environmental Impacts of Ghazi – Barotha Hydropower Project on the underground water resources of Khari plain, Tehsil Ghazi, Haripur Pakistan” abstract published in 2nd International conference on Environmentally sustainable development (ESDev-2007) August 26-27, COMSATS Abbottabad.
2007 Post-construction Environmental Impacts of Ghazi – Barotha Hydropower Project on Tehsil Ghazi” abstract published in 2nd International conference on environmentally sustainable development (ESDev-2007) August 26-27, COMSATS Abbottabad.
2004 “Use of Remote Sensing for Land resource planning and management with special reference to land use and land cover” United Nations and Pakistan Regional Workshop on Monitoring and Protection of the Natural environment Islamabad Pakistan 30 August to 4 September.
2004 Environmental and Socio-Cultural Impacts of Water Resource Development Project: A Case Study of Ghazi – Barotha Hydropower Project (GBHPP), Pakistan” abstract published in 30th IGU International Geographical Union 16-20 August, 2004 Glasgow UK.
2002 “Land Use/Land Cover Change Detection in the Historic City of Peshawar, Pakistan”, IGU International Geographical Union 4-7 August, 2002 Durban South Africa.
2002 “‘Environmental and Socio-Cultural Impacts of Ghazi-Barotha Hydropower Project (GBHPP) on Ghazi Tehsil, Pakistan'”, IGU International Geographical Union 4-7 August, 2002 Durban South Africa.
2001 “Land Use/Cover Change Detection And it’s Impacts on Environment in a Rapidly Growing Third World City of Peshawar, Pakistan”, Poster Session in the Global Change Open Science Conference “Challenges of a Changing Earth” 9-13 July, 2001 Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
2000 Research paper titled ” Dynamics of Land Use and its impacts on environment: A case study of Peshawar”, 29th INTERNATIONAL GEOGRAPHICAL CONGRESS, held in Seoul Korea, 13 to 18 August, 2000.
1999 “Crops and land resources of mountains regions of Pakistan”, Papers presented in 5-Day International conference on “Sustainable Management of Natural Resources”, 1- 6 December, University of Peshawar, sponsored by UNESCO.
1999 “Sustainable land use in third world cities: a case study of Peshawar”, Papers presented in 5-Day International conference on “Sustainable Management of Natural Resources”, 1-6 December, University of Peshawar, sponsored by UNESCO.
2000 “Human resources of Mountainous regions of Pakistan”, Papers presented in 5-Day International conference on “Sustainable Management of Natural Resources”, 1- 6 December, University of Peshawar, sponsored by UNESCO.
1999 “Women Participation in sustainable mountain tourism: a case study of Mingora city; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan”, Papers presented in 5-Day International conference on “Sustainable Management of Natural Resources”, 1- 6 December, University of Peshawar, sponsored by UNESCO.
1998 Paper Presented to International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) on “Market and Small Towns of North West Frontier Province, Federally Administered Tribal & Northern Areas of Pakistan”, Dhulikhel, Nepal 8-10 December.
1994 “Interrelationship between Demographic Factor, Development Process and Environment with Emphasis on Population, Urbanization and Environment in the ESCAP Region”, Proceeding of expert Group Meeting held at Chaing Mai, organized by United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, Thailand, August 15-18.
1992 “Area Planning in Pakistan”, Proceeding of Policy level seminar on Human Resource Development for Effective sub-national Area Planning through action oriented research (Phase-II) organized by United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand, 15 to 18 June, 1992.
2017 2nd Workshop on Disaster Resilient Supply Chain Operation in South Asia (DROPS), University of Cambridge UK held in Lahore 14 January 2017.
2009 “Significance of land use planning for physical planning in urban areas”, earthquake risk reduction workshop Muzaffarabad and Manshera AJK, Organized by Prime Minister Secretariat NDMA/UNDP, Sept. 29 & Oct.2009
2009 “Phenomenon of climate change and its impact on environment with special reference to human health and biodiversity”, paper presented in a workshop on: Climate change and environmental problems (linkages between industries and university), organized by the University of Peshawar 15 January 2009.
2008 “Planning for water resource development and conservation in Khari Gandghar Tehsil Ghazi Pakistan”, paper presented in 13th All Pakistan geographical conference Karachi 21-23 December 2008.
2007 “Spatial Distribution of Childhood Diarrhoea in District Haripur Pakistan” Paper Presented in 12th All Pakistan Geographical Conference March 19-22, 2007the University of the Punjab, Lahore Pakistan.
2005 “Indus Basin Water Resources: Its Uses, Management and Related Issues”, National Workshop on Sustainable Water Use of Water Resources of Pakistan, held at Baragali Summer Campus, University of Peshawar from 11-15 July 2005.
2003 “Environmental, Socio-Cultural Impacts of Ghazi-Barotha Hydropower Project (GBHPP) on Ghazi Tehsil, Pakistan”, at Eleventh All Pakistan Geographical Conference, held at Deaprtment of Geography, University of Punjab, Lahore, from 21-24 December 2003.
2001 ”Basic concepts/Definitions: Environment; Environmental impacts; Environmentalism; Ecology; Ecological Frame; Ecosystems; Biosphere; Biomes; Resources, Management, Development and Allocation Carrying Capacities; Sustainable Development; Habitats; Organisms; Population; Community; Human Population; Doubling Time; Conserving Resources; Economic Activities; Needs and Wants”, Module 1 Training Manual of a three days Capacity building Training workshop on “Natural Resource Management (NRM)” for Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) –Islamabad.
2001 ”Water resources: uses, Development and management issues: A case study of Swat Northern Pakistan, Module 4 Training Manual of a three days Capacity building Training workshop on “Natural Resource Management (NRM)” for Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) –Islamabad.
2001 “Approaches to NRM: Economic; Social/Ethnological and Ecological/Environmental”, Module6 Training Manual of a three days Capacity building Training workshop on “Natural Resource Management (NRM)” for Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) –Islamabad.
2001 “Integrated/regional/district planning in Pakistan”, Module7 Training Manual of a three days Capacity building Training workshop on “Natural Resource Management (NRM)” for Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) –Islamabad.
2001 ”Introduction to IEE/EIA/SEA: Why EIA? Definition; evolution, scooping, Integration of EIA into project cycle and planning process”, Module 9 Training Manual of a three days Capacity building Training workshop on “Natural Resource Management (NRM)” for Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) –Islamabad.
2001 ” Mapping of Resources: RS/GIS: A case study of land use Mapping and Planning in Peshawar City”, Module 11/12 Training Manual of a three days Capacity building Training workshop on “Natural Resource Management (NRM)” for Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) –Islamabad..
2001 “Ghazi Barotha Hydro-power Projects: Environmental Impact Assessment”, Module13 Training Manual of a three days Capacity building Training workshop on “Natural Resource Management (NRM)” for Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) –Islamabad.
2001 Paper titled “Role of coordination and information system between various line department in the devolution plan”, presented in two day National conference on Devolution of Power Plan at the district level, January 23-24, 2001 PARD Peshawar.
2000 Paper titled “Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA): An Overview”, presented in Two day National Conference on Environmental Impact Analysis of Development Projects, October 18-19, 2000 PARD Peshawar.
1999 Paper titled “Market Towns of North West Frontier Province, Federally Administered Tribal & Northern Areas of Pakistan”, Bara Gali Peshawar University Campus, Presented in 10th All Pakistan Geographical Conference August 21 – 24, 1999.
1999 Paper Presented in a Consultative Workshop on Implementation Mechanisms for District Conservation Strategies “Overview of Existing Situation in district Development Planning (Institutional, Fiscal, Legal, Policy”, Organized by PE&DD and IUCN Peshawar, June 17.
1998 “Administrative Problems in Managing the Peshawar City”, Paper presented in a National Seminar on the Good Governance at NIPA Lahore- Pakistan May 25-27.
1997 “New Towns Planning: A Comparative Study of Islamabad and Milton Keynes”, Proceeding of Ninth All Pakistan Geographical Conference, Allam Iqbal Open University Islamabad 27th to 29th December, pp 98-115.
1997 “Natural Hazards and disaster planning: A case study of a Mountainous city of Mingora-Swat”, Paper Presented in Natural Hazard Course at Pakistan Academy for Rural Development (PARD)
1997 “Use of GIS as a Socio-Economic Development Planning Tool: A case of Education Sector in Mirpur Tehsil Azad Jammou and Kashmir”, Proceeding of National Level Seminar on Fifty Years of Geographic Research and Teaching in Pakistan: Retrospect and Prospect, held at Bara Gali, Summer Campus of Peshawar University August, 1997.
1994 Streamlining Planning Process in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), Proceedings of National level Seminar on Geography and Planning, held at Bara Gali, Summer Campus of Peshawar University June, 1994.
1993 “Evaluation of Housing in a Site and Service Scheme Hayatabad Peshawar”, Proceeding of a National level Seminar on Geography and Planning, held at Bara- Gali, Summer Campus of Peshawar University June 1993.
1993 “Role of Geographic Information System in Development planning”, Proceeding of a National level Seminar on Geography and Planning, held at Bara Gali, Summer Campus of Peshawar University June, 1993.
1993 “Role of Environmental Impact Assessment in Sustainable Development Planning”, Proceeding of a National level Seminar on Geography and Planning, held at Bara Gali, Summer Campus of Peshawar University June, 1993.
- Books Published
2015 “Monitoring and evaluating post-disaster recovery using high resolution satellite imagery towards standardised indicators for post-disaster recovery”, published online March 2015 at: www. Carltd.com/downloads
2011 “Poverty Alleviation and Livelihood Security of Swat Pakistan: Bookseller: Harvard Books, US.
2010 “Disaster recovery indicators: Guide lines for monitoring and evaluation”, CURBE Cambridge University centre for Risk in the Built Environment: First Edition 2010, ISBN 978-0-9558384-9-1
2007 “Environmental and socio-cultural impacts of the Ghazi-Barotha hydropower project on Ghazi Tehsil, Pakistan” In IGU Home of Geography Book Titled MANAGING WATER RESOURCES IN A CHANGING PHYSICAL AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT: IGU Home of Geography Publication Seriers, Societa Geografica Italiana, Rome, 177pp.ISBN 978-88-88692-35-7
2001 “Market and Small Towns of North West Frontier Province, FATA and Northern Areas of Pakistan”, pp.97-116 in Pitamber Sharma (Eds), MARKET TOWNS IN THE HINDU KUSH-HIMALAYAS: Trends and Issues; International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD)Kathmandu, Nepal ISBN 92 9115 300 1
5.2 Published in Pakistan
1999 “HAMARI DUNYA Vol. I & II” Urdu Edition for Primary School Children; NORAD Assisted Project PAK 014.
- Ph.D/M.Phil/ and Master Level thesis/Research Work Supervised
6.1 Ph.D Thesis
- Population and Settlement Characteristics of Pothar, Punjab Pakistan 2007.
- Gender and spatial disparities in Human Development with special reference to education in Hazara Pakistan 2009
- Post implementation effects of Ghazi Barotha Hydropower project on the flood plain ecology of the River Indus. 2009
- Resettlement evaluative study of multipurpose water resource development project: A case study of Tarbela Dam, Pakistan 2013
- Monitoring livelihood recovery in October 2005 Earthquake affected area of Northern Pakistan.
- Depression in Adult Female in capital city district Peshawar-Pakistan.
- An evaluation of housing reconstruction programme in 2009-10 conflict affected area of district swat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.
6.2 M. Phil Thesis
- Women Participation in Economic Activities: A Case Study of Mingora City 2001.
- Environmental and Socio-Cultural Impacts of Ghazi Barotah Hydro-Power Project
- Gender and spatial disparities in Human Development with special reference to education in Palas Valley, District Kohistan, Pakistan, 2002.
- The Growth and Morphology of Attock city, Potowar-Pakistan, 2004.
- Impact of Living Environment on the health of Afghan refugees Women in District Peshawar,
- Afghan Refugee Women Participation in income generation activities in District Peshawar,
- Role of women in the management of Natural Resources in Karak Hills, Pakistan, 2006.
- The role of the Key Settlements in Regional Development: A study of Sargodha District, 2006.
- Origin, Growth and Morphology of Bahawalpur City
- Impact of Expansion of Mingaora on the Ecology and the Local Environment: A Case Study of Mingaora City
- Dynamics of Land use Changes in the Peshawar
- Gender Gaps in Human Resource Development with Special Reference to Literacy and Education: A Case Study of Malakand Protected Area, 2006.
- Geographical Study of Human Settlement Pattern: A case study of Cholistan Desert Pakistan 2006
- Availability of suitable land for low income housing in capital city district Peshawar-Pakistan, 2007
- Depression in Adult Female in capital city district Peshawar-Pakistan 2009.
- Dynamics of land use in Muzaffarabad, Azad Jammu and Kashmir after post October, 2005 earthquake, 2015
- Impact of Climate change on land use and cropping pattern in the foot hills of Himalayas: a case study of Haripur district Pakistan, 2015
- Post October 2005 earthquake: Evaluation of housing reconstruction in District Mansehra, Pakistan, 2015.
6.3 M. Sc Thesis (Urban & Regional Planning)
- Urban Sprawl in Peshawar City: A Case Study of Eastern Peshawar, 1999.
- Sustainable mountain tourism: A case study of District Abbottabad- Hazara, 1995.
- Lower Cost Housing for WAPDA Housing Society Taru-Jabab Peshawar, 1995.
- Environmental Pollution & Leather Tanning: A Case Study of Lahore-Sheikhupura Tannery Cluster, 1995.
- Gender inequalities in Education: A Case study of Ghazi Tehsil, Haripur District 2004.
- Poverty Alleviation with special reference to Zakat: A Case Study of Haripur District.
- Women participation in income generating actives in Sub-urban Haripur 2006.
- Planning for the Disable in Peshawar NWFP Pakistan 2006.
- Comprehensive approach to accident prevention (National Highway Peshawar-Rawalpindi sector N-5).
6.4 M.Sc Thesis (Environmental Planning & Management)
- Environmental Assessment of Hattar Industrial estate District Haripur, 1993.
- Environmental Impact Assessment of Kurram Tangi Dam: A Multi-purpose project, North Waziristan FATA, 1993.
- Environmental Assessment of Gadoon Industrial estate District Swabi, 1993.
- Impact of Gadoon Area Development project on the socio-economic conditions of the local people, 1993.
- Environmental Assessment of Peshawar Industrial estate District Peshawar, 1993.
- Soil Conservation Practices of Dir District Development Project (Forestry Sector) and their Impacts on the Socio-economic Conditions on District, 1993.
- Environmental Monitoring of Aman Grah Industrial Estate Nowshera, 1992.
6.5 M.Sc Geography Reports
- A study of Sediment Load and siltation of Tarbela Dam Project Pakistan 2004-06
- Environmental Impact of Gowari Sand quarry Tehsil Ghazi District Haripur
- Post-Construction Environmental Impacts of Ghazi-Barotha Hydro Power Project on Tehsil Ghazi 2004
- Need of community participation in Natural Resource Management: A case study of Urak valley District Quetta 2003
- Women roles in income generating activities in urban fringe: A case study of Chella Bandi Muzafferabad AJK, 2002
- Impact of local environment and housing on female health in urban fringe: A case study of Chella Bandi Muzafferabad AJK, 2002
- Socio-Economic amd Housing Conditions of Village Rahimabad-Matta, District Swat, 2001.
- Socio-Economic amd Housing Conditions of Village Sambat Cham-Matta, District Swat, 2001.
- Land Use Change Detection Survey of Garhi Atta Mohammad, Garahi Fazal Rahim and Garahi Bahadur, 2000.
- Impact of TIP on Haripur and its Environment, 2000.
- The Historical Expansion and Commercial Land Use of Haripur City, 1999.
- Land Use Dynamics in Western Part of Peshawar, 1999.
- Land Use Dynamics in Eastern Part of Peshawar, 2000.
- Slum upgrading in Peshawar: a case study of Nauthia, 1992.
- Evaluation of Housing in a Site and Service Scheme Hayatabad Peshawar, 1992.
- Preparation of Local Plan for Ghazi Union Council, District Abbottabad, 1992.
- Preparation of Local Plan for Behali Union Council, District Mansehra, 1992.
- Impact of Housing on Human Health: A case study of village Pawaka-Peshawar 1992.
6.6 M.Sc urban & Regional Planning Local/Regional Plans/Reports
- Water resource and wild life development plan for Tehsil Ghazi 2005-06
- Preparation of a multi-sector multi-year Regional Development Plan for Tehsil Ghazi, District Haripur, 2004.
- Preparation of a multi-sector multi-year Regional Development Plan for PF-48, Abbottabad District, 2003.
- Preparation of a multi-sector multi-year Regional Development Plan for PF-5, Peshawar District, 1998.
- Preparation of a multi-sector multi-year Regional Development Plan for PF-6, Peshawar District, 1997.
- Preparation of a multi-sector multi-year Regional Development Plan for PF-8, Peshawar District, 1996.
- Preparation of a Local Development Plan for Tehkal Bala Ward in Peshawar Metropolitan Area, 1995.
- Preparation of a multi-sector multi-year Regional Development Plan for PF-16, Charsadda District, 1995.
- Preparation of a Local Development Plan for Shaheen Town, a Ward in Peshawar Metropolitan Area, 1994.
- Preparation of a multi-sector multi-year Regional Development Plan for PF-41, District Haripur, 1994.
(d) Administrative/post-doctoral experience:
After getting Ph.D from UK in 1991 Dr. Khan serves in the University for 24 years. Dr. Khan serves the Institute/Department as Director and chairman for three successful terms from:
- 1997 to 2000,
- 2003 to 2006 and
- 2010 to 2013
(e) Research Projects Executed and Report produced
2015 Monitoring and Evaluating Post-Disaster Recovery Using High-Resolution Satellite Imagery Towards Standardized Indicators for Post-Disaster Recovery, Published online March 2015 at: www.carltd.com/downloads
2010 Disaster Recovery: Monitoring and Evaluation, University of Cambridge, Image Cat, Inc, First Edition 2010.
2009 Demonstration Social Audit of health services in Bagrami and Qarabagh districts Afghanistan, for CIET Canada March 2009.
2006 CIET CIET Canada “Pakistan Social Audit of governance and Delivery of Public Services Haripur District 2005: Preventive Child Health: Support to District Government Haripur February 2006.
2005 CIET Canada “Pakistan Social Audit 2004-2009” 2004/5 Preliminary Key Findings: Support to NRB/DTCE, GOP research Project.
2005 CIET Canada “Pakistan Social Audit of governance and Delivery of Public Services Pakistan 2004-2009” 2004/5 National Report: Support to NRB/DTCE, GOP research Project, Islamabad September 2005.
2003-05 “Social Audit of Governance and delivery of Public Services”: baseline survey 2002, and 2004/2005. District reports for all (104) district of Pakistan, CIET, CIDA-Canada.
2004 Social audit of abuse against women Final Report to Ministry of Women and Development Government of Pakistan, CIET International, 31 July
2003 CIET Canada National report for National Reconstruction Bureau, GOP on “Social Audit of Governance and delivery of Public Services: baseline survey National Report 2002.
2003 CIETcanada Draft National report to Ministry of Women and Development “Social Audit Against the Abuse of Women (SAAAW)”: baseline survey 2003.
2000 ICIMOD Project on “State of Environment and Development in the Mountainous part of Pakistan. Vol. I (Main Report), INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR INTEGRATED MOUNTAIN DEVELOPMENT (ICIMOD), KATHMANDU.
2000 ICIMOD Project on “State of Environment and Development in the Mountainous part of Pakistan. Vol. II (GIS Maps), INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR INTEGRATED MOUNTAIN DEVELOPMENT (ICIMOD), KATHMANDU.
2000 ICIMOD Project on “State of Environment and Development in the Mountainous part of Pakistan. Vol. III (Annex Tables), INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR INTEGRATED MOUNTAIN DEVELOPMENT (ICIMOD), KATHMANDU.
1999 UN-ESCAP Project on “Urban Environmental issues of the State of Environment (SOE) Report in Asia and The Pacific 2000”, UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMISSION FOR ASIA AND THE PACIFIC, Bangkok, Thailand.
1999 UNDP Project on Good Governance “NWFP, Institutional Reform Program” District Abbottabad and Bannu, for UNDP/GOVERNANCE UNIT, PLANNING, ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GOVERNMENT OF NWFP, Peshawar.
- Base line survey of Bannu District for Institutional Reforms Programme Vol.I REPORT OF THE SAMPLE HOUSEHOLD SURVEY.
- Base line survey of Abbottabad District for Institutional Reforms Programme Vol. I REPORT OF THE SAMPLE HOUSEHOLD SURVEY.
- Base line survey of Bannu District for Institutional Reforms Programme Vol. II REPORT OF THE SAMPLE GROUPS SURVEY.
- Base line survey of Bannu District for Institutional Reforms Programme Vol. II REPORT OF THE SAMPLE GROUPS SURVEY.
- Base line survey of Bannu and Abbottabad Districts for Institutional Reforms Programme MAIN FINDINGS OF SAMPLE HOUSEHOLD AND GROUP SURVEY.
- Base line survey of Bannu and Abbottabad Districts for Institutional Reforms Programme: Final Report.
1997 UN-ESCAP Provincial Level Study on “Existing Institutional Arrangements for Integration of Environmental Consideration in Economic Decision Making/Planning Process”, UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMISSION FOR ASIA AND THE PACIFIC, Bangkok, Thailand May 1997.
1995 “District-wise school maps of the province of Balochistan-Pakistan (26 Districts schools maps including base maps and overlays of schools)”, School Mapping Project, Directorate of Primary Education Govt: of Balochistan and World Bank, August 1995.
1994 “Interrelationship between Demographic Factor, Development Process and Environment with Emphasis on Population, Urbanization and Environment in the ESCAP Region”, Proceeding, expert Group Meeting held at Chaing Mai Thailand, organized by UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMISSION FOR ASIA AND THE PACIFIC, Bangkok, Thailand Aug.15-18.
1993 “Study for Streamlining Planning Process in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and Preparation of Terms of Reference for Regional Development Plan for Kurram Agency”, Prepared for PE&D Department Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa under Tribal Areas Development Project (TADP), September 1993.
1992 “District-wise school maps of the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (22 Districts schools maps including base maps and overlays of schools)”, School Mapping Project, Directorate of Primary Education Govt: of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and USAID, August, 1994.
1992 Report on the Feasibility of the Geographic Information System (GIS) in the Federally Administered Tribal Agencies, prepared for the US-AID; DAI Bethesda, Maryland USA.
1992 “Area Planning in Pakistan”, Proceeding of Policy level seminar on Human Resource Development for Effective sub-national Area Planning through action oriented research (Phase-II) organized by UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMISSION FOR ASIA AND THE PACIFIC, Bangkok, Thailand, 15 to 18 June, 1992.
2003 National Reconstruction Bureau and CIET/CIDA “Social Audit of Governance and delivery of Public Services: Baseline survey 2002 for 101 Districts of Pakistan 101 District Reports.
2001 EIROP Workshop Report prepared for UNDP/GU, P&D Govt. of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa August, 2001
2001 Final report on “Natural Resource Management (NRM)” Training workshop 24-26 April for PEP Partners/ Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) –Islamabad , June.
2001 Edited Training Manual of a three days Capacity building Training workshop on “Natural Resource Management (NRM)” for PEP Partners/ Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) –Islamabad 24-26 April.
- “A Study of Environmental Impacts of Gahzi Barotha Hydropower Project on the Local Environment of Ghazi Tehsil”, Sponsored by the University of Peshawar.
(F. i) Working in international bodies
- IDRC/CIETCanada/UNDP/NRB Project coordinator for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: implemented three Social Audit/governance and the study of violence against women 2002 to 2006;
- CIET international course manager on “epidemiology and evidence based planning” IDRC/ Research coordinator of the social Audit Afghanistan Project 2008;
- Post-Doc Research Fellow conducting research on Nigerian Evidence-based Health System Initiative (NEHSI) project of the Federal Ministry of Health,/IDRC/CIDA-CIET Canada 2009 to 2014.ealth Health h
- Team member of October 2005 earthquake natural disaster recovery project, 2009-15 in joint collaboration with the Cambridge University UK.
(Main responsibilities includes: Administration and management, teaching & research, development of curriculum, organization of the national & international conferences/ seminars/workshops and training courses/workshops, field work, data analysis and report writing and liaison with Governmental and civil society national and international organizations/NGOs.
(F.ii) Participation in International Workshop/ Conferences/ Seminars/Meetings
2016 International workshop on Disaster Resilient supply chain operation in South Asis (DROPS), University of Cambridge, UK 28 November to 2 December 2016
2009 Community Based Livelihoods Recovery Programme (CBLRP): “Reviving Livelihoods through Participatory Approaches”, Muzaffarabad AJK organized by UNDP and other donors, 8-9 April.
2009 Earthquakes Scenario and action Planning workshop, 25-26 March, organized by UNDP, and other donors.
2009 “Urban Ecosystem Management”, organized by The Islamia University Bahawalpur, Department of Geography, with the collaboration of department of Geography and Geology, Salzburg University, Austria. February 23, 2009
2008 Demonstration Social Audit of Health Services in two district of Afghanistan, Project meeting with Institutional Review Board & Ministry of Publci Health, Govt of Afghanistan, Kabul 29 March 2008, Office of Director General Afghan Public Health Institute, Kabul Afghanistan
2007 2nd International conference on environmentally sustainable development (ESDev-2007) August 26-27, COMSATS Abbottabad. Pakistan.
2007 UNESCAP/ Ministry of Environment, Local government and Rural Development, Government of Pakistan workshop on “GEF and CDM Project Development” on Climatic change and Global worming” 14-16 May , Islamabad
2006 One day Logical Frame work Workshop organized by HEC & British Council, Peshawar May 6, 2006
2004 United Nations/Pakistan Regional Workshop on “Monitoring and Protection of the Natural Environment”, organized by SUPARCO/Stockholm University, Islamabad 30 August to 04 September 2004.
2004 30th IGU International Geographical Union 16-20 August 2004 Glasgow UK.
2002 International Geographical Union Conference “Geographical Renaissance at the Dawn of the Millennium” 4-7 August, 2002 Durban South Africa,
2002 City-wide Consultation Workshop for Peshawar City Development Strategy, Organized by city District Government Peshawar in collaboration with Global Partnership of CITIES Alliance, March 11-13, 2002.
2001 Global Change Open Science Conference “Challenges of a Changing Earth” 9-13 July, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
2000 GIK-UW Linkage Project in Natural Resource Management Workshop on “Building Capacities for Training Environmental Managers in Pakistan” at GIKI Topi October 23-25, 2000.
2000 29th International Geographical Congress “LIVING WITH DIVERSITY” 14 to 18 August, 2000 Seoul Korea.
1999 5-Days UNESCO International conference on “Sustainable Use of Natural Resources” 1st to 6th December, University of Peshawar, Pakistan
1999 Participation in UK/Pakistan Joint Expedition on Chitral, Summer July-September, 1999.
1999 International workshop on “Urban and Environmental Management: Local Dynamics in Intermediary Cities in the Situation of Centralized Governments, April 26-May 1st 1999” Swat Saidu Sharif; organized by EPS and IUED Geneva University Switzerland.
1998 ICIMOD Regional consultation Meeting on “Market and small towns” 8-10th December, 1998, Dhulikel Nepal.
1994 Participated as a resource person in an Expert Group Meeting on “Interrelationship between Demographic Factor, Development Process and Environment” in the ESCAP Region”, at Chaing Mai Thailand, August 15-18.
1992 A Seminar on Human Resource Development for Effective Sub-national Area planning Through Action Oriented Research (Phase II) 15 to 18 June, 1992. ESCAP, Bangkok.
1991 A seminar on “Role of Private Sector in Urban Regeneration”, University of Nottingham, Thursday February 28, 1991.
1990 EDC, 7th Inter School Conference on Development “PLANNING SHELTER AND SERVICES FOR URBAN POOR”, Water Engineering and Development Centre, Loughborough University of Technology, 19-20 March,
1990 Regional Studies Association National Postgraduate Conference “MILTON KEYNES TOMORROW TODAY” February 27, 1990.
1989 A Conference Organized by Institute of Planning Studies, University of Nottingham and Leicester City Council on “GIS – FACT or FICTION? February 21, 1989.
1988 A Conference Organized by TCPA (Town and Country Planning Association) and City Discovery Centre Milton Keynes on “ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT – THE MILTON KEYNES EXPERIENCE”, February 23, 1988.
1988 CARDO, 5th Inter School Conference on “DEVELOPMENT”, Centre for Architectural Research and Development Overseas, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, 3-4 March,
1987 Conference Organized by TCPA (Town and Country Planning Association) and Harlow Council on “NEW TOWN: THEIR PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE”, December 15,
1986 Government of Pakistan US-Pakistan Workshop on “ARID LANDS DEVELOPMENT AND DECERTIFICATION CONTROL”, 8-15 January, 1986.
(g) Experience in organizing events such as, International Seminars/Conferences/ Training Courses/ Events organized
2009-13 Team member MSS Cycle -1 & 2 Exposure trainings on research to strengthen Evidence base planning in health sector, Bauchi State, Nigeria.
2008-15 Team member of the Project title “Indicators for measuring, monitoring and evaluating Post-disaster recovery”, EPSRC grant number: RG48347 UCAM project identifier: GCAG/070 University of Cambridge UK 2008 to date including a study on injuries and social effect on the survivors of the 8th October Earthquakes in the Northern Pakistan.
2005 Course Manager, Master level 8-week International training course on “Evidence-Based Planning”, organized in collaboration with Guerrero University Mexico/ University of Peshawar and CIET International, February- September 2005.
1999 5-Day International conference on “Sustainable Use of Natural Resources” sponsored by UNESCO, held from 1- 6th December 1999.
1999 GIS/Geomorphology group leader of 6 Week Chitral International Expedition Jointly Organized by Glasgow University UK and Peshawar University Pak:21st July to 1st Sept.
1999 Slide presentation/Lecture and Exhibition on the “Designed Mosque in America and Emergence of Islamic Architecture in US” 8-23, February 1999, jointly organized by USIS Islamabad and Department of Geography, Urban and Regional Planning, University of Peshawar.
1998 International Workshop on “the Urban Fabric of Walled City of Peshawar” July 27 to August 12, 1998, jointly organized by the Department of Geography, Urban and Regional Planning, University of Peshawar and Massachaust Institute of Technology (MIT) USA at Peshawar University.
2 National Seminars/Conferences/Workshop/Events organized
2005 National Workshop on “Sustainable use of water resources in Pakistan” Bara Gali summer Campus, University of Peshawar, July 11- 15, 2005.
2005 Two days Focus Group Discussion training workshop (Nos.3) on “Social Audit of Governance and Delivery of Public services in Pakistan”, NRB/UNDP/UNESCO /CIET Pakistan Project, Peshawar & Haripur: March & April 2005
2005 Two days Design and Training Workshop on “Social Audit of Governance and Delivery of Public services in Pakistan Focus District Scheme with special reference to Public Health Services”, NRB/UNDP/UNESCO /CIET Pakistan, held in Sialkot (Punjab) & Haripur (NWFP) January 2005.
2004 Four Days training workshop (Nos 4) on “Social Audit of Governance and Delivery of Public services in Pakistan”, NRB/UNDP/UNESCO /CIET Pakistan Project, Peshawar Univ, Swat, Abbottabad & DI Khan in May, Aug & Sept. 2004.
2004 One week workshop on “Research Methodology in Geography and Planning” held in Bara Gali summer campus of the University of Peshawar July, 2004.
2003 Four Days Focus Group Discussion Design National Workshop on “SAAAW (Social Audit against the Abuse of Women)”, Women Division GOP/DFID Project, Abbottabad 26-29 July 2003
2003 Four Days Workshop on “SAAAW (Social Audit against the Abuse of Women)”, Women Division GOP/DFID Project, Peshawar 27-30 January, 2003
2003 Two days Focus Group Discussion training workshop (Nos.3) on “Citizen Community Boards; Local tools for governance and community monitoring in Pakistan”, NRB/UNDP/UNESCO /CIET Pakistan Project, in Peshawar, Abbottabad & Karak: DIK and Swat, November/December 2002 & January 2003.
2002 Four Days Design & Training Workshop (Nos.2) on “SAAAW (Social Audit against the Abuse of Women)”, Women Division GOP/DFID Project, Abbottabad 24-27 December,
2002 Four Days Design Workshop on “SAAAW (Social Audit against the Abuse of Women)”, Women Division GOP/DFID Project Peshawar & Abbottabad1-4 September,
2002 Three days training workshop on “Citizen Community Boards; Local tools for governance and community monitoring in Pakistan”, NRB/UNDP/UNESCO /CIET Pakistan Project, DIKhan 17-19 August 2002.
2002 Three days training workshop on “Citizen Community Boards; Local tools for governance and community monitoring in Pakistan”, NRB/UNDP/UNESCO /CIET Pakistan Project, Mingora Swat 12-14 July 2002.
2002 Three days training workshop on “Citizen Community Boards; Local tools for governance and community monitoring in Pakistan”, NRB/UNDP/UNESCO /CIET Pakistan Project, Abbottabad 22-24 June 2002.
2002 Three days training workshop on “Citizen Community Boards; Local tools for governance and community monitoring in Pakistan”, NRB/UNDP/UNESCO /CIET Pakistan Project, NIPA Peshawar 10-12 June 2002.
2001 One day workshop for “Need Assessment Study for the Annual Work Plan” of the Project titled Essential Institutional Reforms Operationalisation Programmes (EIROP)”, Peshawar 25th June.
2001 Lead Trainer of a three days Capacity building Training workshop on “Natural Resource Management (NRM)” for Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) –Islamabad 24-26 April.
2000 workshop on Logical Framework Analysis (LFA) of the project document on Essential Institutional Reforms Operationalisation Programmes (EIROP), Peshawar 6th June.
2000 National Level Training On “Application of GIS and Remote Sensing to Slope Instability Analysis and Natural Hazards Mapping”,19 March to 14 April, in collaboration with PFI & ICIMOD Nepal.
2000 Seminar week for M Sc Students 28th February to 4th March.
1999 10th All Pakistan Geographical Conference held at Bara Gali Summer Campus of The University of Peshawar form 21-25 August.
1999 Refresher course for the capacity building of the college and Universities Geography Teacher form 10-16th May.
2010 Seminar week for M. Sc Students May, 2010
2005 Seminar week for M. Sc Students 15 to 22 October
2004 Seminar week for M. Sc Students 11 to 16 October
2003 Seminar week for M. Sc Students 13 to 18 October
1999 Seminar week for M. Sc Students 3 to 8th May.
1998 Seminar week for MSc Students 25 to 30 May.
1998 5-Day National Seminar on “Sustainable Use of Natural Resources in Pakistan: Needs, Methods and Techniques”, Bara Gali Summer Campus of the University of Peshawar, August 15 to 19.
1998 Refresher course for the capacity building of the college and Universities Geography Teacher form 1- 7 June.
(H) Leadership experience.
- Membership of Societies/Associations
- Executive body member “Peshawar University Staff Cooperative Housing Society” 2017
- South Asia, Member of Commonwealth Geographical Bureau, August, 2000-04.
- Chairman, National Committee for International Geographical Union 1997-2003
- Member of the IGU Commission on Mega-City and Land Use/ Land Cover change, August 2000 to Date
- UN Coordinator Universities on Asia Regional Task Force on Risk Assessment for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection and Emergency application using Remote Sensing and GIS Technology 2004 to date.
- Member Institute of Planner Pakistan (IPP)
- Studentship of RTPI (Royal Town Planning Institute) UK.
- President, All Pakistan Geographical Association (PGA), 1997 to 2003.
- General Secretary, PGA, 1992-1993.
- Executive Member, PGA, 1986-1987.
- Life member of PGA.
- Member of Faculty board, Academic Council and Senate in Peshawar University.
- HEC Member of Curriculum committee on Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System 2005 up to date.
- CIET/ Gurraro University, Mexico/Ottawa
- HEC convener of the curriculum revision committee on Geography 2006-2012
- Member Board of Governor of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Board Hazara Abbottabad 2006-07
- Member of Geography curriculum of Ministry of Education Govt. of Pakistan.
- Member Board of studies Civil Engineering Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar 2008.
- Member Board of studies in Geography, Sargodha University Sargodha 2008 to date.
- HEC Approved Ph. D Supervisor
- Public/Professorial Lectures.
2007 “How to write a scientific research paper” Lecture delivered in the University of Baluchistan, 21 May.
2000 “Good Governance” A popular lecture delivered in MC Hall Mardan, attended by educationalists and general public on 4th November
2000 “Dynamics of Land Use and its Impacts on Environment: A Case Study of Peshawar”, a professorial lectures delivered in Senate Hall of the University of Peshawar, August, 2000
Distinction & Award
1987 DFID (ODA)/British Govt. Scholarship for Ph.D. 1987-91.
2001 International Geographical Union (IGU) and United Nations University Travel grant to participate in the 29th International Geographical Congress, held in Seoul/Korea, August 14th -18th, 2000
2002 International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP) Award/grant to participate in the Global Change Open Science Conference “Challenges of a Changing Earth”, held at Amsterdam, The Netherlands from July 9-13, 2001.
2003 Pakistan Science Foundation Travel Grant to attend IGU international Conference 4-7 August at Durban, South Africa.
2004 International Geographical Union (IGU) and United Nations University Travel grant to participate in the 30th International Geographical Congress, held in Glasgow UK August 16th -20th, 2004
2004 Pakistan Science Foundation Travel Grant to attend IGU international Conference 16-20 August at Glasgow UK.
Speaking, reading and writing: proficiency in English and Urdu.
Reading and writing: proficiency in Arabic
Only speaking: proficiency in Punjabi, Pushto, Hindko, Gojri, and Hausa (North-Africa).
5. International travel / Countries visited UK, India, Sweden, Holland, Nepal, South Korea, South Africa, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Abu Dhabi, Thailand, Afghanistan, United States of America (USA)
I certify that all information stated there in is true and complete to the best of my knowledge
(Meritorious Prof. Amir Khan)
Dr. Saleem Janjua is the Head of Policy Division – Urban Development (BS-20) of Centre of Excellence for China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CoE-CPEC), Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE), Ministry of Planning, Development and Reform, Islamabad. He is contributing to the national level efforts of PIDE & Ministry of Planning, Development and Reform for designing, implementing and disseminating research and development work, as well as policy analysis, capacity building activities, information dissemination and support to national and provincial policymakers on issues related to the urban development in Pakistan under the overall context of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
Dr. Janjua has over 20 years’ experience of professional practice and research in the field of urban development, sustainable transport, environmental protection and climate change. His academic qualifications are as under:
• Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia (2007-2011) with specialization in the field of sustainable urban development & climate adaptation
• Master of Engineering Science – Environmental Engineering (urban environment & sustainable development), University of Melbourne, Australia (2002-2004)
• Bachelor of Chemical Engineering, University of Engg. & Tech., Lahore, Pakistan (1991-1996)
• HSSC (Pre-Engineering), Govt. College Lahore (GC), Pakistan (1988-1990)
He has vast experience in providing research and development work, planning, policy and management services related to the urban development under the overall context of economic, social and environmental sustainability, and hands-on experience in design, monitoring and evaluation of UNDP, Government of Pakistan & other international donor funded projects (through web based models, systems and office software packages including PROMIS, ATLAS and STAR), and establishing inter-relationships among academia/research organizations, national/provincial governments and international organizations/donors. The strengths of Dr. Janjua include the ability to lead research and development (R&D) teams in strategic planning and creating responses to emerging challenges and opportunities related to the sustainable development. Also, he likes working in close collaboration with the academia, researchers, federal and provincial governments, public sector organizations, international agencies and other development partners to successfully implement the projects. During the last 20 years, Dr. Janjua has worked for many national and international organizations/positions in Pakistan, Australia and the USA, including: (1) Country Manager/National Project Manager, Pakistan Sustainable Transport (PAKSTRAN), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Ministry of Water and Power, Govt. of Pakistan; (2) Head of the Environment in many District/City District Governments of Punjab, Pakistan; (3) Project Director (Labs), Deputy Director (Technical) & Assistant Director (Field), with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Government of Punjab, Pakistan; (4) Research Fellow at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia; and (5) the Editor ‘AdaptNet, Theme Editor ‘NAPSNet’ and ‘Research Associate’ with the Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability, University of San Francisco, California, USA.In past, Dr. Janjua has achieved some international awards/scholarships as well, including: Australian Development Scholarship-ADS (AusAID) from the Australian Agency for International Development in 2001.
He has also obtained an Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) in 2007 from the Commonwealth Government on the basis of academic excellence. Dr. Janjua was also awarded NAATI (Australian National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters) accreditation in 2003 by passing a competitive NAATI examination for ‘Professional Translator’ of Australia.
Dr. Janjua has edited more than 1000 national and international articles related to the field of climate change, sustainable urban development and environmental protection. Moreover, he has written numerous international refereed journal and conference papers.
Adnan assumed the responsibilities to manage office work and assist the Executive Director in Planning and Executing Annual Plans related to policy and academic research of the Centre of Excellence for China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CE CPEC). He holds Master degree in Management Sciences.
Abid khan is affiliated with the Centre of Excellence for China-Pakistan Economic Corridor as Deputy Director, Media and Communications.
Prior to joining CE-CPEC, He had been working with:
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Thailand.
Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) Thailand.
Eye Television Network (Style360, Hum TV).
Pakistan Television Network (PTV).
He has completed his MSc. Mass Communication (Specialization in Electronic Media) and L.L.B. He is currently enrolled in L.L.M.
He holds a remarkable eight years track record in Media and Communications, both locally and internationally.
Yasir Masood is affiliated with Centre of Excellence- China-Pakistan Economic Corridor as a Literary Editor. He is a post-graduate in International Relations form Kingston University, London. He regularly contributes in the top English dailies and also appears on the Pakistani media as a geo-strategic analyst.
Currently Dr. Ghulam Akhmat is affiliated with Centre of Excellence for China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CoE-CPEC) at Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE) as Senior Research Fellow. With a PhD degree in Urban Planning from Huazhong University of Science & Technology, China, he has substantial grip on different aspects of urbanization across the globe, especially in the developing world. His research exposure is supported with practical experience. He also had opportunity of working in the University of Adelaide, Australia, in visiting scholarship arrangement. He had been research fellow at HUST where he taught courses to post graduate students entitled “Classical Work on Land Administration” and “Land Economics”. Courses highlighted and integrated the issues of land use policy, land management, spatial planning and urbanization in China. His experience has taught him how to build strong relationship with all sectors at organization level and has the ability to work within a team as well as cross team. His research interests include social and urban development, land management, new approaches to Geography, rapid urbanization and urban governance systems in the developing world.
Husnain Saeed is working in capacity of Senior Research Fellow and Acting Thematic Head of Regional-Connectivity at CE-CPEC. Husnain is a PhD Scholar at National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) in the field of Design and Manufacturing Engineering. He has done his Masters in the same area from NUST whereas his Bachelors in Engineering degree is from EME College in the field of Mechatronics Engineering. He is also a certified Project Management specialist from Pakistan Institute of Management (PIM).
Husnain is a Researcher, Technology Entrepreneur and a Farmer and has got 9 years’ experience under his belt. He has worked in various reputed National and International Organizations and on multitude of domains ranging from Product Design and Development to Robotics/Automation and Project Management. Husnain also holds prestigious title of Marie-Curie Fellow.
Currently he is working as Acting Thematic Head of Regional-Connectivity at CE-CPEC. CE-CPEC is envisioned as a center of research excellence mandated to research the five priority areas of cooperation in the myriad of CPEC.
Previously he has worked with prestigious national and international organizations like Ministry of Defence, NESCOM, Siemens, NUST, Makkah Techno Valley Co, Saudi Arabia, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, NIMBUS Centre Cork, Ireland.
1. Network challenges for cyber physical systems with tiny wireless devices: a case study on reliable pipeline condition monitoring S Ali, SB Qaisar, H Saeed, MF Khan, M Naeem, A Anpalagan
Sensors 15 (4), 7172-7205
- Reliable monitoring of oil and gas pipelines using wireless sensor network (WSN)—REMONG
H Saeed, S Ali, S Rashid, S Qaisar, E Felemban
System of Systems Engineering (SOSE), 2014 9th International Conference
- A method for distributed pipeline burst and leakage detection in wireless sensor networks using transform analysis
S Rashid, S Qaisar, H Saeed, E Felemban
International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks 10 (7), 939657
- Performance analysis of wavelet transforms for leakage detection in long range pipeline networks
S Rashid, S Qaisar, H Saeed, E Felemban
Systems, Process & Control (ICSPC), 2013 IEEE Conference on, 10-15
- A Wireless Multimedia Sensor Network Based Intelligent Safety and Security System (IS³)
N Ikram, S Durranii, H Sajid, H Saeed
Sensor Technologies and Applications, 2009. SENSORCOMM’09.
- Maximum power point tracking of a solar system using state space averaging for wireless sensor network
M Jamil, H Saeed, S Qaisar, EA Felemban
Smart Instrumentation, Measurement and Applications (ICSIMA), 2013 IEEE …
- SimpliMote: A Wireless Sensor Network Monitoring Platform for Oil and Gas Pipelines
S Ali, A Ashraf, SB Qaisar, MK Afridi, H Saeed, S Rashid, EA Felemban, …
IEEE Systems Journal
Wireless Sensor Networks: Fundamentals, Technology and Applications
N Ikram, S Durrani, H Sajid, H Saeed
Applications of Modern High Performance Networks, 76
Pipeline monitoring systems and methods
E Felemban, SB Qaisar, H Saeed, AAA Sheikh
US Patent App. 14/728,829
Mr. Ahasn Abbas is the Senior Research Fellow at Centre of Excellence CPEC (CECPEC). His professional experience as a faculty, trainer, researcher, analyst and consultant in several public and private sector organizations ranges 17 years. He has served Planning Commission of Pakistan, PIDE, Islamabad, Economic Affairs Division (EAD), National Productivity Organization (NPO), Ministry of industries and Production, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth Affairs, Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, International Islamic University (IIU) Islamabad, Air University Islamabad, GIFT University, Gujranwala, Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI), Islamabad and Innovative Development Strategies (IDS), Islamabad. He has been associated with various national and international organizations including Global Trade Analysis Project (GTAP), Purdue University, USA, Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP) Network, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Pakistan Institute of trade and Development (PITAD), South Asia watch on Trade, Economics & Environment (SAWTEE), South Asia Network on Economic Modeling (SANEM). Currently he has also been included in the team for the Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services (PIPS) Budget Research Desk 2017-18 as a Subject Expert on Budget and Economy. He has published his work in the areas of both theoretical and applied economics with emphasis on quantitative analysis. He has practical knowledge and experience of econometrics and CGE modeling with application in the area of economic development & planning, international trade, investment and industrial economics at both national and international level. Presently he is pursuing his PhD in Economics from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE), Islamabad. He holds a M. Phil from Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad.
List of Publications/Conference Papers and Projects:
- Ahmed, Vaqar, Ahsan Abbas, and Saira Ahmed. 2013. Public Infrastructure and Economic Growth in Pakistan: A Dynamic CGE Micro-Simulation Analysis. Chapter published in Economic Studies in Inequality, Social Exclusion and Well-Being, 117-143, 2013, Springer International Publishing.
- Ahmed, Vaqar, Ahsan Abbas, and Saira Ahmed. 2010. Taxation Reforms: A CGE Micro-Simulation Analysis for Pakistan. Development Economics eJournal, Volume 2, Number 182, October, 2010.
- Ahmed, Vaqar and Ahsan Abbas. 2010. Global Financial Crisis, MDGs, and Choices for Pakistan’s Inclusive Development. Paper presented in 13th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Penang Malaysia June 9-11, 2010.
- Abbas, Ahsan, and Vaqar Ahmed. 2009. Development Paradox in Pakistan. Paper presented in 9th National Conference at SZABIST, Islamabad Pakistan on June 25, 2009.
- Iqbal, Shehzad, and Ahsan Abbas. 2009. Role of Zakat in Poverty Reduction and Fair Resource Distribution: A Step towards Economic Development. Paper presented in National Conference on Global Management at FAST-NU, Karachi Pakistan on July 24-25, 2009.
- World Bank Trade Strategy Project: Literature Review, Survey and Analysis on investment and competitiveness. Submitted to SDPI, Pakistan.
- UNDP Women-led Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (WMSME) Project: Survey Interviews, Key Informant Interviews (KII), Focus Group Discussions (FGD), Reports, Project Presentation and survey write-up.
- Pak-Afghan Trade Project: Pakistan-Afghanistan trade & investment cooperation review; situation analysis of trade facilitation in Afghanistan, issues in informal trade between Pakistan and Afghanistan. Submitted to SDPI, Pakistan.
- Poverty and Social Impact Analysis of Expanded Program on Immunization in Pakistan. Report submitted to UNDP and Ministry of Finance, Pakistan.
- Inclusive Budget Project: Scope studies on Taxing and Expenditures Reforms under finance bill 2013. Research Brief on Impact of Budget 2013 on monetary policy. Research Brief on Impact of New IMF Program for Pakistan. Submitted to SDPI,
An economist with vast experience in public Policy, fiscal Management of the public sector, Economic research, analysis, economic modeling and policy design with extensive working experience as an Economic Expert with Asian Development Bank and World Bank. Published papers and authored a book, those are available in economics journals and on Amazon, while co-authored a book’s chapter, as well as Ph.D level research experience which include; developing of research ideas and problems, alongside discovery and cultivation of research data to form hypotheses toward the development of new ideas in the field of economics.
Experience of teaching, knowledge based on presentational Skills at University level. Well-versed in carrying out research for the formulation of curricula suited to the students’ needs, formative and summative evaluation of educational & research projects, handling administrative affairs and compilation and publication of materials.
- “Exploring Resources, Life-Balance and Well being of Women who work in a Global Context” PUBLISHED IN : Springer Science+Business media and International Society of Quality of Life Studies (ISQOLS), August 2017
- Research Paper “Impact of CPEC on Social Welfare in Pakistan: A District Level Analysis” co-authored with Rashida Haq had been presented in the 32nd Annual General Meeting (AGM) Conference of Pakistan Society of Development Economists (PSDE). The Conference had held on December 13-15, 2016. It’ll be published in the upcoming volume of PDR.
- Paper title “Public Expenditures and Economic Growth: A Case Study of Pakistan” “American Journal of social and Management Sciences” Vol 2, No 7, 2016.
- Research Paper “Impact of Public Finances on Economic Growth- A case study of Punjab, Pakistan” Journal of Business & Economics Vol 7, No2 (July-Dec 2015).
- Co-Authored a book’s chapter “The economic Impact of the nuclear energy in the electrical generation in the USA” in the book “Progress in Economic Research” with Jorge Morales Pedraza (Ex- Ambassador of Cuba and Independent Consultant) Vol# 34 09, 2015, PP 47-76, NOVA Publications USA.
- Working paper “Impact of Trade openness on Labor Productivity: A case study of Pakistan” for conference “Trade and labor market in the developing countries” at Sao Palo School of Economics at Brazil 07/2016.
- Book Published “Role of Foreign Direct Investment in Economic Growth of Pakistan” on 08/ 2013, Lambert Publications. It is available on www.amazon.com
Adnan khan is a Research Associate at the Centre of Excellence-China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CoE-CPEC). He is enrolled in the Ph.D. program at Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE), He holds an M.Phil. In Economics from the School of Economics, Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad. He has served as Research Field Officer at Social Research Unit (SRU): International Institute of Islamic Economics, Islamabad. He had likewise part of the World Health Organization (WHO), World Food Program (WFO), National College of Business and Management Sciences (NCBMS) and AIMs Public School System and Academy. His areas of specialization and research include Institutional Economics, Macroeconomics, and Monetary Economics.’
- CPEC is a Game Changer and Not a Game Over
- Myth behind China’s economic rise
- How to boost exports through CPEC? Applying Growth Identification and Facilitation Framework to Pakistan
- Export Retention in the Leather Sector of Pakistan and Opportunities under CPEC
Yasir is Research Associate of Regional Connectivity under CPEC at Center of Excellence-China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CE-CPEC) since 2016. Prior to joining CPEC-CE, He had been working in industry, trade(FMCG) and energy sector with different institutes and MNC’s including Coca Cola Beverages Pakistan Limited (CCBPL), Pak Arab Refinery-PARCO, Tuwairqi Steels Mills Limited (TSML), Comstar-ISA-Shah Nawaz Group, Abudawood Trading Company (ATCO), Procter & Gamble (P&G), Pakistan Navy(PN), Port Qasim Authority(PQA) and The Citizen Foundation(TCF) . He completed his Bachelor of Engineering (BE-Elect.) from Pakistan Navy Engineering College-NUST and MBA from School of Business and Leadership KSBL-KEI-UK. His area of interest includes trade and industry cooperation under umbrella of new economic geography, emerging market forces, modern industrialization and entrepreneurship. He is the winner of “All Pakistan Business Plan Competition-2015” and “Mobilink Discover – NUST Business Plan Competition-2014-15” on “Energy Auditing Services”
Mr. Muzammil is a Research Associate at the Center of Excellence for China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CE-CPEC) and currently leading the thematic research area of Job Growth and Human Resource Development under CPEC. Prior to working for CE-CPEC he was employed by the Ministry of Planning, Development & Reform where he worked on a number of strategic projects including CPEC.
His flagship projects in MOPDR was ‘Brand Pakistan’ and PC I approval of cultural exchange programs with China. He was a Confucius Scholar where he attend the Language & Cultural courses in Beijing Language and Culture University as well as Shaoxing University China. He also worked for Chinese language & culture promotion in Pakistan.
Mr. Muzammil earned his Master in Development Economics & International Studies from the Friedrich-Alexander University, Germany. He speaks Urdu, English and is hoping to improve his knowledge of Chinese and German.
His interests include peace & conflict studies, development cooperation, event management, travelling to experience new culture & environment and volunteer work/Community involvement.
Ms Saira Ali is working as a Research Associate at Center of Excellence-China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CE-CPEC). She is also doing her PhD from Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad. She has been participating in National and International seminars and conferences. Her primary research area is Trade and Industry cooperation under CPEC. Other research areas of her interest includes; Planning, monitoring and evaluation, Corporate Social Responsibility, Trade Analysis, Human Capital Investment and Human Capital Development.
Faryal Batool is Research Associate at CE-CPEC. She is a PhD candidate and has done M.Phil in Business Management. She is author of various publications and has attended many national and international conferences. Her main research interests are Urban Development, Corporate Social Responsibility and Employee Voice behavior.
Numra is a Research Assistant at the China Pakistan Economic Corridor Project at Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE). She has earned an M.Phil in Economics and Finance from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE). Ms. Numra has participated in national seminars focusing on various Policy issues. Her areas of interest include Urbanization and CPEC, Cities as Engines of growth, and Smart development. She has also presented her working Paper entitled the Costs of Alternative Development Paradigm at Pakistan Urban Forum, Lahore, 2015.
Muhammad Usman is a Research Assistant at the Center of Excellence – China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CoE-CPEC), Islamabad. He joined the CoE-CPEC at their launching phase at Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE). He holds Masters in Economics from School of Economics, Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad in 2015 and currently enrolled in M.phil Economics in Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad. He had work on “Comparative analysis of Islamic and Conventional Banks, A case study of Pakistan” He had expertise in qualitative and quantitative data analysis.
Beenash is a Research Assistant at the Center of Excellence – China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CoE-CPEC), Islamabad. She served as NIP Research Internee at Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE). She has completed MPHIL Economics (course work) from Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU) Islamabad. She has earned MSc in Economics from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE), Islamabad. Ms. Beenash has participated in national workshops and seminars focusing on various Economic Policy Issues. Her areas of interest include Socio-Economic Impacts of CPEC, Development Planning, Environmental Issues and Globalization.
Muhammad Azeem Sarwar is research assistant in the Centre of Excellence for CPEC. He is doing MPhil in Economics and Finance from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Islamabad. His thematic research area is Financing and Financial Integration under CPEC. He has good understanding of economic modeling, and use of statistical packages like Eviews and Stata. He has attended various workshops, seminars and national and international conferences.