Work Experience

  • 20 2009

    Lecturer (Permanent)

    Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan., Management Sciences

  • 2009 2009

    Lecturer (Contractual Basis)

    IBMS, The University of Agriculture Peshawar, IBMS, The University of Agriculture Peshawar

  • 2008 2008

    Officer Grade 3

    MCB Bank LTD., Bank

Education & Training

  • Ph.D. ..

    Finance (In progress)

    Near East University, North Cyprus

  • Master2010

    Finance

    IBMS, The University of Agriculture Peshawar

  • Bachelor2007

    Finance

    IBMS, The University of Agriculture Peshawar

Honors, Awards and Grants

  • 2007
    75% Rebate in All Eight semesters in Bachelor degree program
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    Got 75% rebate successively in all 8th semesters of BBA in University fee as a scholarship on Merit basis and an outstanding achievement in academics.
  • 2015
    Conference Grant
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    Got a conference grant from Near East University, North Cyprus worth 700 Euro, by presenting Articles in conference held at Rome Italy.
  • 2013
    Tuning work shop for Business Administration
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    Attended Tuning work shop for Business Administration arranged and organized jointly by the University of Kentucky United States of America and Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, Pakistan
  • 2010
    Master Trainer Faculty Development Program
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    Attended Masters Trainer Faculty development Program for the University Faculty from 4th January to 3rd March 2010 organized by Higher education commission Islamabad Pakistan.
  • 2001
    Secured First Position
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    Top the school in metric by securing First Position and scored highest marks in metric.
  • 2011
    advanced level course Training for faculty of Public Sector University in Pakistan at Bangkok Thailand
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    Selection as a Participant for AIT advanced level course Training on the basis of cascading/ outstanding performances among all public and private sectors universities in Pakistan funded by HEC.
  • 1995
    Prize
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    Got a prize bond of 3000 Rupees on position holder in Class 6th.
  • 2014
    PhD Scholarship
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    PhD on Scholarship provided by the Govt. of Pakistan on merit basis in overall province of Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, Pakistan).
  • 2014
    IELTS EXAM
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    Qualify the English Proficiency Examination (IELTS) and got 6.5 over all band.

Research Projects

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Energy Consumption, electricity, and GDP Causality; The Case of Russia, 1990-2011.

Conference Paper In press, Volume In press, Issue In press, 2015, Pages In press

Abstract

This article examines the causal relationship between the energy consumption, electricity consumption and GDP in Russia by using time series data from 1990-2011 implying the Toda and Yamamoto approach, which is revised form of the Granger (1969) causality test (J. Econ. 66 (1995) 225). The maximum order of integration was determined by using PP and ADF unit root tests. The Toda and Yamamoto test is applied regardless of whether the series are I(0), I(1), or I(2), mutually cointegrated or non-cointegrated. The variables were estimated at level in the unrestricted lag-augmented VAR. The AIC, SC and LR lag criteria were used to determine the optimal lag length. The diagnostics tests were performed at the optimum lag selected by estimating the variables at level and confirmed the stability of the unrestricted VAR model. The empirical evidence showed that there exists a the bi-directional causality from electricity consumption to GDP that implies the validity of feedback hypothesis but no causality was found for GDP and energy consumption supporting the neutrality hypothesis. The estimated results confirmed that both the economic growth and electricity consumption empirically support each other and have a mutual and complementary relationship. But on another hand the energy sector of Russia has no impact on the economic growth for a period 1990-2011. Furthermore, if the Government of Russia devises policies to promote the access of energy and higher level of consumption, economic growth will not be affected.


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Do Savings and Income affect energy consumption? An Evidence from G-7 countries.

Conference Paper in press, Volume in press, Issue in press, 2015, Pages in press

Abstract

The article investigates the relationship between the energy consumption, gross domestic savings and gross domestic income of G7 countries by using the time series data from 1970-2012. The study employs the recently developed ARDL- bounds testing approach. The article finds there is strong evidence that growth rate of income, gross domestic savings play a stronger role in determining the short run and long run behavior of energy consumption per capita in G7 countries. The empirical results suggested that in most of the countries the relationship of consumption per capita and gross domestic income is positive, that means when the income rises the consumption will also rise but not necessarily at the same rate, which is in accordance with theory of Keynes of marginal propensity to consume, confirming the absolute income hypothesis. On the other hand the gross domestic savings has a negative relationship with the energy consumption per capita which confirms the same relationship of consumption as the function of difference of income and savings in long run. The Parameters of error correction terms in USA and France are -0.4283 and -0.6190 represents the speed of adjustment is very high and it would return back to the equilibrium level very quickly. While countries like Canada, Germany, and Great Britain are having the parameters of the error correction term as -0.0794, -0.2205, and -0.0867 suggests speed of adjustments is fairly very small and would take time to return to its equilibrium position. While the error correction coefficient in case of Japan is equal to -1.0183, and also statistically significant showing that convergence is more elastic. The study suggests that although Japan, Italy, USA, France are more industrially advanced countries as production is mostly based on industries. The income generated on the basis of the energy consumption in their industries may be used as forced savings to further boost the economy that will definitely affects their growth performance positively in the long run. The reliability and validity of the estimations results are confirmed by the diagnostics tests.


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FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF BANKS IN PAKISTAN: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTORS

Original Article VFAST Transactions on Education and Social Sciences, Volume Vol 6, No 2 (2015), Issue 2309-3951, 2015, Pages 57-71

Abstract

This study is an attempt to analyze and compare the financial performance of MCB Bank Ltd and National Bank of Pakistan by applying common size analysis and ratio analysis of financial statement of banks. The secondary data was utilized in analysis of balance sheet, profit and loss statements and other accounting information for the financial year 2005-09. Both banks are very important financial institution and are providing different facilities to the customers. The banks also give advances to the other industries, companies and other deficit economic units. The results obtained shows considerable improvement in financial performance by banks in both public and private sectors. The financial strengths of banks depend on the liquidity, profitability and the ability of banks to pay its debt. All these three have showed improvements but there are some of the financial indicators in both which still needs improvement like current ratio, return on equity and operating profit of both banks. The findings of the analysis of financial statements of both banks show that MCB had utilized their assets more efficiently and effectively as compared to NBP. The return on equity ratio of MCB Bank is much better then National bank of Pakistan for the FY-2005-09 which banks ability to produce earning & therefore is an excellent indicator both of viability & capability of banks management. Both banks must invest more in liquid assets like marketable security and market treasury bills to boost the trust of the depositors on banks. Both banks should also decrease their debt level in order to utilize the funds at the right time and at the right level to enhance their net profits.


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Currrent Teaching

Teaching History

  • 2015 BAHAR

    ADVANCED QUANTITIVE METHODS IN FINANCE

  • 2016 BAHAR

    ADVANCED QUANTITIVE METHODS IN FINANCE

  • 2015 BAHAR

    ECONOMICS OF FINANCIAL MARKETS

  • 2015 BAHAR

    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

  • 2015 BAHAR

    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

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  • 2017 BAHAR

    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

  • 2015 GÜZ

    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

  • 2017 GÜZ

    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

  • 2017 GÜZ

    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

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  • 2015 BAHAR

    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN TOURISM

  • 2017 GÜZ

    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN TOURISM

  • 2017 GÜZ

    Financial Management

    On successful completion of this course, all students will have developed knowledge and understanding of: ? Understanding financial statements ? Time value of money ? Valuation of future cash flows ? Valuing stocks and bonds On successful completion of this course, all students will have developed their skills in: ? Computation of future & present cash flows ? Making capital investment decisions ? Analysis of financial statements On successful completion of this course, all students will have developed their appreciation of and respect for values and attitudes regarding the issues of: ? Working with the financial statements ? Evaluating investment projects

  • 2015 GÜZ

    QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR FINANCE

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  • 2016 GÜZ

    QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR FINANCE

  • 2016 GÜZ

    QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR FINANCE

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  • 2017 GÜZ

    QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR FINANCE

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  • 2017 GÜZ

    QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN FINANCE

  • 2017 GÜZ

    SEMINAR

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  • 2015 BAHAR

    MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

  • 2015 GÜZ

    MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

  • 2016 GÜZ

    MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

  • 2016 BAHAR

    MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING I

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  • 2015 GÜZ

    MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING I

  • 2016 GÜZ

    MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING I

  • 2017 GÜZ

    MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING I

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