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Dr. Muhammad Zulqarnain received his PhD in “Creed & Philosophy” from International Islamic University Islamabad, M.S from HITEC University Taxila, M.A Islamic Studies & M.A Philosophy from University of the Punjab Lahore. He is well versed in Arabic, English and Urdu and fair in Persian languages. He memorized the Holy Quran only in ten months.

m.zulqarnain@alqadir.edu.pk

Dr. Muhammad Zulqarnain received his PhD in “Creed & Philosophy” from International Islamic University Islamabad, M.S from HITEC University Taxila, M.A Islamic Studies & M.A Philosophy from University of the Punjab Lahore. He is well versed in Arabic, English and Urdu and fair in Persian languages. He memorized the Holy Quran only in ten months.

Presently, He is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Islamic Studies at Al-Qadir University Project Trust, Sohawa, Jhelum. He has served in various Higher education institutions including University of Narowal, National University of Modern Languages (NUML), International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI), and HITEC university Taxila Cantt. He has published 29 research papers on various contemporary issues in national and international journals and presented 22 research papers in national and international conferences including Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Turkey and UK.

On his academic and research contribution, he was awarded Gold Medal in MS, Best Presenter Award from Indonesia in International Symposium of Religious Life (ISRL), Quiz Competition winner prize from Darussalam Publishers and other prizes in writing and declamation competitions.

As a trainer, he has trained more than 2,000 personals (teachers and principals) on different topics such as education and training (taleem wa tarbiyah), holistic development of child’s personality, and critical and creative thinking. His research interests lie in education, training, philosophy, theology, psychology, ethics, and Islamic mysticism.

Being a teacher of Islamic Philosophy, He tries to teach Islamic studies by making bridge between reason, religion and science. He engages the students in discussions on emerging issues regarding reason and religion, faith and modernity, civilization and culture, and materialism and spiritualism. Furthermore, by using debates and raising questions, he makes teaching process enjoyable which enhances the learning and thinking capacity of students. He throughout his teaching career applied this approach and felt immense effects on higher order thinking of learners. The interfusion of Islamic and contemporary body of knowledge enabled him to convey the comprehensive message of Islam in a way that can appeal the modern scientific mind. 

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