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15 years of Teaching and Industry Experience

I did my PhD in information technology in 2011. I have two Masters Degrees, MSc. Data Telecommunications and Networks from UK in 2007. Another Master’s degree in Information Technology from Preston University Pakistan in 2005. I did my Bachelor degree in Computer Sciences from PIMSAT, Pakistan in 2003. Moreover, I have 33 International Certifications in the field of Computer Systems & IT Security. I have hands on MIS experience in IT and Educational institution.

I have also worked as Team Leader for Bachelor and PG Program Curriculum Developer. I have seven International Publication and one of my research paper become Book chapter. I have attended more than 50 international conferences. 

Research Interest:

research interest is in MIS, Networks and Cyber security, Artificial intelligence, Mobile Learning and eGovernment.

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Teaching Philosophy:

My teaching skills enabled the MIS and IT courses. I have hands-on expertise in MIS, Enterprise Network, Information Security research, and management of multi-center research projects will provide students of Abu Dhabi University with a variety of Skills.

I strongly believes as an educator is to show students the exciting world of knowledge and awaken their desire to learn new things, which will motivate them to keep learning throughout their lifetime. My teaching philosophy is to create an exciting, voluntary learning environment that is based on strong preparation and professionalism. In the MIS discipline, such fundamentals include programming languages, database management systems, computer networks, information system designs, web mining and data mining, etc. Those topics are highly practice-driven. Thus, besides lectures, He also focus on hands-on experience with lab sessions, such as coding, establishing computer networks, performing database queries, etc. Such practice enhances students’ understanding on the facts and principles, and also helps identify their questions and confusing points. Individual practice is preferred; group discussions can be supplementary if the practice has a collaborative nature.