Dr Asif Khan

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Email: asif.khan@kiu.edu.pk

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Qualification

  • MA, Leadership and Management School for International Training, USA
  • PhD, Social and Comparative Analysis in Education/Leadership & Management University of Pittsburgh, USA

Experience

  • Assistant Professor Dept of Educational Development, KIU, Gilgit
  • Assistant Controller of Examination Examination Board, KIU, Gilgit
  • Assistant Director Family Planning Association of Pakistan

Projects

  • Research Project

Awards

  • The Fulbright Program was founded by the US Senator J. William Fulbright in 1946. The FB program is acknowledged and considered as a most prestigious and a highly competitive award around the world. Besides providing educational opportunities, one of the aims of this program is to enhance understanding between the people of the United States and other countries through different measures. I was one of the first students from Gilgit-Baltistan who secured and completed their Phd on a Fulbright Scholarship program.
  • My Phd dissertation was recognized as outstanding scholarship that contributes to the field of comparative, international, and development education by the Institute for International Studies in Education (IISE) which is a research and training institute based in the School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. One of the goals of the IISE is “to serve as a premier research, planning, monitoring and evaluation hub for development projects in cross-cultural and international contexts” (http://iise.pitt.edu/goals).

Research Interests

  • Comparative International Education
  • Qualitative Research
  • International Educational Assistance
  • Leadership and Management

Publications

  • Instructional management of a private and a government secondary school principal in Northern Pakistan, International Journal of Educational Development, 32. 120-131
  • The Effectiveness of Motivational Practices in Public and Private Secondary Schools in Pakistan: A Case Study of Two Administrators, Journal of Education and Vocational Research, 3(2), 35-47.
  • A case study of instructional contributions of community and government secondary school administrators in Pakistan, Journal of Education and Vocational Research, 4(2), 47-59.
  • A qualitative study of foreign funded capacity development program of head teachers – Lesson from Pakistan, European Journal of Business and Social Sciences, 1(12), p 107-123,
  • Motivation of Prospective Teachers in Associate Degree in Education [ADE] and B.Ed. [Hons] Elementary Programs in Gilgit-Baltistan, Bulletin of Education and Research. University of Punjab, Pakistan
  • A Qualitative Study of Newly Initiated Foreign-Funded Teachers’ Preparation Program in Northern Pakistan, Under review: Journal of South Asian Development.
  • Perspectives of public school head teachers about a foreign funded capacity development program in Northern Pakistan, Under review: Leadership Education
  • Head Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices about Teaching and Learning in Pakistani Public Schools, Under review: Creative Education
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