Thursday, December 25, 2014

Professor Dr Muhammad Nizamuddin appointed Punjab HEC chairman

Islamabad, the Punjab government Tuesday appointed renowned educationist Prof. Dr. Muhammad Nizamuddin higher education Punjab President of the Commission.

Prof. Dr. Mohammad Nizamuddin doctorate in public science / social at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA (1979), the Ford Foundation scholarship to New York. Early on, he is honored with USAID-SIDA scholarship for graduate studies at the University of Chicago, USA (1969) was awarded.

It has the unique distinction of being awarded by the contribution of the government of higher education in Pakistan, Sitara-i-Imtiaz. Prof. Dr. Mohammad Nizamuddin credit has rich experience in working as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Gujarat from 2006 to 2014. It also has an additional fee of Vice Chancellor Government College Women University Sialkot given in 2012.

Professor (Dr) Mohammad Nizamuddin took over as vice-chancellor of the University of Gujrat September 19, 2006 on his election by the Governor / Chancellor on the recommendation of a high performance search committee consists of three presidents and other senior officers.

In addition to teaching, he was a member for consideration HEC program committees and revision of curricula for rural sociology and geography.

As Vice-Chancellor of the University of Gujrat, it strengthened the skills of research and teaching teachers and students with the use of computers and multimedia; developed close links and student internships with governments, industry and civil society, to our future managers, executives and decision makers married Prof. Nizam brings with him an excellent academic and administrative record. He received his PhD from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MA at the University of Chicago and an honors degree and a Master of Social Work at the University of Karachi.

Immediately after completing his doctorate, he taught as an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Later joined the United Nations and had a successful career. During his career he has been engaged in the management and funding programs for universities and research in public policy centers in building human resource capacity in developing countries.

Professor Nizam took more than 45 years of national and international experience in the field of public policy, research and development of education. These included: the service of the United Nations, universities and research institutes system such as the University of Jordan, Amman, Cairo Demographic Center, Cairo and the University of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He also has experience in working with national and international research organizations, included five SIDA (Swedish Agency for International Development), served with a faculty of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Columbia, New York informed.