Prof. Dr. Khalid Sultan

HOD ,'Department of Mass Communication '
Phone No:+92-51-9265100 (Ext: 2230)
Email ID:khalidsutlan@numl.edu.pk

Education:

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Mass Communication,Institute of Communication Studies (ICS), University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan, 2008.

 ,

M. Phil, Mass Communication, Department of Mass Communication, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan, 2000.

 

Master of Arts (MA), Journalism, Department of Journalism, University of Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Pakistan, 1995.

December 03, 2018 – Present

Professor

Mass Communication Department National University of Modern Languages (NUML) H-9 Islamabad

Teaching and Research Supervision

October 18, 2009 – December 3, 2018

Assistant Professor and Head of Mass Communication Department

College of Applied Sciences, Room BO 213, P. O. Box: 699, Postal Code: 611, Nizwa Ministry of Higher Education, Sultanate of Oman.

As a center of excellence the department of Mass Communication offers a four year undergraduate program with curriculum framed by the New Zealand Tertiary Education Consortium.

1.            Head of Mass Communication Department (HOD)

As a HOD, responsible for overall academic, consultation, decision making, and communication with the Ministry of Higher Education, Oman, Dean and Assistant Dean offices, Director Program communication studies, faculty and students. My job is to exercise leadership, demonstrate vision, manage and develop the department to ensure it achieve the highest possible standards of excellence in all its specialization. I am also responsible for preparing an operational plan on yearly basis according to the strategic plan by the Ministry of Higher Education, Sultanate of Oman.

As an academic leader of the department, my responsibilities are;

a.   Leadership

Providing academic leadership. Overseeing the progress of work in the department and proposing     methods to develop its performance.

Proposing the allocation of teaching loads to the faculty members.

Promoting the interests and reputation of the department.

Identifying the department's requirements for the program implementation.

Ensuring that the activities of the department support the college’s objectives and the strategic plan.

 

b.   Research and Teaching

In the process of devising research strategies, the main aim is to deliver a high quality research. For this purpose the departmental research committee is constituted.

Supervision of Students Research Projects in Journalism, Digital Media and Media Management   Specialization.

Since 2009 I have published more than 25 research papers.

Up to date have taught 22 semesters i.e. Fall, summer and spring since 2009.

In collaboration with program director, managed the delivery of the department’s teaching programs.

 

c.   Staff Management and Evaluation

       Management of staff in the department, ensuring that their performance is monitored.

         Allocating teaching and administrative duties appropriately.

         Annual evaluation of the staff on the prescribed forms.

 

d.   Planning and Resource Management

Setting objectives and priorities for the college and to formulating the college’s plan for resource allocation purposes.

Devised an operational plan 2015-2016, 2016-2017 and 2017-18 for the department.

       Managing staffing and other resources effectively and efficiently within the assigned budget.

       Ensuring department responsibilities and observing College’s and Ministry policies and procedures.

 

e.     Interdisciplinary Engagements / Enterprise with Industry

       Interdisciplinary activities with other departments of the college and even CAS.

       Establishing departmental links with industry by involving visits, guest lectures and TV production.

 

f.      Membership

       Member faculty policy committee at the Ministry of Higher Education, Sultanate of Oman

Member College Council, College of Applied Sciences, Nizwa, Ministry of Higher Education, Sultanate of Oman.

  Member Change of Program/Major Committee.

  Member scientific research committee for Mass Communication department.

 

g.    PhD Thesis Evaluation

Evaluated PhD research thesis by Bharathiar University Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India titled "A Study of Factors influencing the Aesthetics and Audience Appraisal for Films with reference to Tamil Cinema from 1990's. 

 

 

2.            Course Coordinator

I have been the coordinator for many of the courses since 2009. These courses includes: Theories of Mass Communication, Introduction to Media Studies, Issues in Media Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Intercultural Communication, and Television Journalism. Preparing course outlines, framing assessment criteria, and setting questions papers with answer keys for mid-term and final exams and course appraisals.

 

3.            Teaching (Taught 22 Semesters as of May, 2018)

I have been teaching several courses. These includes: Theories of Media Communication, Introduction to Media Studies, Issues in Media Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Intercultural Communication, Television Journalism Introduction to Journalism, , News Reporting, Introduction to Research Methods, Applied Media Ethics, Human Resource Communication, Digital Media Project and Graduation Project.

Semester Wise Teaching / Courses taught since 2009

S #

Course Name

Course Code

Groups/Section

Semester

1

Intercultural Communication

COMM3206

3 (30,40 and 50)

Fall 2009

2

Advanced Digital Video

MEDA4203

1 (10)

Fall 2009

3

Digital Media Project

MEDA4205

1 (10)

Fall 2009

4

Issues in Media Communication

COMM3205

1 (60)

Spring 2010

5

Intercultural Communication

COMM3206

3 (10,60 and 70)

Spring 2010

6

Television Journalism

MEDA4215

1 (10)

Spring 2010

7

Interpersonal Communication

COMM2201

2 (10 and 20)

Summer 2010

8

Intercultural Communication

COMM3206

6 (10,20,30,40,50 and 60)

Fall 2010

9

Digital Media Project

MEDA4205

2 (10 and 20)

Fall 2010

10

Introduction to Journalism

COMM1204

3 (50,60 and 70)

Spring 2011

11

Issues in Media Communication

COMM3205

2 (50 and 70)

Spring 2011

12

Television Journalism

MEDA4215

1 (10)

Spring 2011

13

Interpersonal Communication

COMM2201

2 (10 and 20)

Fall 2011

14

Theories of Media Communication

COMM3201

3 (60,70 and 80)

Fall 2011

15

Issues in Media Communication

COMM3205

2 (10 and 60)

Spring 2012

16

Intercultural Communication

COMM3206

3 (30,40 and 50)

Spring 2012

17

Television Journalism

MEDA4215

1 (10)

Spring 2012

18

Theories of Media Communication

COMM3201

1 (10)

Summer 2012

19

Interpersonal Skills

COMM3233

1 (10)

Summer 2012

20

Interpersonal Communication

COMM2201

2 (10 and 30)

Fall 2012

21

Theories of Media Communication

COMM3201

3 (50,60 and 70)

Fall 2012

22

Issues in Media Communication

COMM3205

3 (50,60 and 70)

Spring 2013

23

Television Journalism

MEDA4215

1 (10)

Spring 2013

24

Theories of Media Communication

COMM3201

3 (30,40 and 70)

Fall 2013

25

Introduction to Research Methods

RESR2000

1 (40)

Fall 2013

26

Issues in Media Communication

COMM3205

2 (20 and 30)

Spring 2014

27

Intercultural Communication

COMM3206

1 (20)

Spring 2014

28

Introduction to Research Methods

RESR2000

1 (10)

Spring 2014

29

Interpersonal Communication

COMM2201

1 (100)

Summer 2014

30

Theories of Media Communication

COMM3201

1 (100)

Summer 2014

31

Interpersonal Communication

COMM2201

2 (10 and 20)

Fall 2014

32

Theories of Media Communication

COMM3201

2 (10 and 20)

Fall 2014

33

Introduction to Research Methods

RESR2000

1 (30)

Fall 2014

34

Issues in Media Communication

COMM3205

3 (40,50 and 60)

Spring 2015

35

Television Journalism

MEDA4215

1 (10)

Spring 2015

36

Theories of Media Communication

COMM3201

3 (10,20 and 30)

Fall 2015

37

Issues in Media Communication

COMM3205

1 (20)

Spring 2016

38

Television Journalism

MEDA4215

1 (10)

Spring 2016

39

Theories of Media Communication

COMM3201

1 (10)

Summer 2016

40

Issues in Media Communication

COMM3205

1 (10)

Summer 2016

41

Theories of Media Communication

COMM3201

2 (10 and 20)

Fall 2016

42

Television Journalism

MEDA4215

1 (10)

Fall 2016

43

Theories of Media Communication

COMM3205

1 (10)

Spring 2017

44

Television Journalism

MEDA4215

1 (10)

Spring 2017

45

Theories of Media Communication

COMM3201

1 (10)

Fall 2017

46

Issues in Media Communication

COMM3205

1 (10)

Fall 2017

47

Graduation Project 1

MCGP4101

1 (20)

Spring 2018

48

Television Journalism

MEDA4215

MCJR4105

2 (10 and 10)

Spring 2018

49

Issues in Media Communication

COMM3205

1 (10)

Summer 2018

50

Issues in Cross-Cultural Communication

COMM4205

1 (10)

Summer 2018

51

Graduation Project 2

MCGP4102

1 (20)

Fall 2018

52

Theories of Mass Communication

MCDR2105

1 (10)

Fall 2018

 

4.            Research Projects

1. Written a detailed project "TRAINING OF TRAINERS on Field Research and Documentary Production—Research into Digital Content Creation for showcasing Tourism, Culture and Heritage of Oman.

2. Written a research proposal "Effects Paradigm of cyber media: Researching, uses, practices and gratification in the Sultanate of Oman for funding.

3. Submitted a Research Project “Assessing the Effects of Smart Phone Usage: A Scientific Enquiry of Road User Behavior among Omani and Non-Omani Drivers in the Sultanate of Oman to the Ministry of Higher Education, Oman for funding.

4. Evaluating students research papers and TV Journalism projects. A book Cyber Media in Oman—Uses and Practices was the outcome of such research.

5. Students completed several projects of “TV News Bulletin” and “Corporate Film” as projects in their TV Journalism and Digital Media courses.

6. Supervising two research based graduating projects for specialization in Journalism major.

 

5.            Achievements

Trained students in Media Effects Research and TV News Production.

Updated the course “Theories of Mass Communication”.

Produced TV programs and organized TV and Radio Trainings.

 

 

October 16, 2007 - 2009

Assistant Professor and Chairman (HOD), Department of Journalism and Mass Communication,

Kohat University of Science and Technology (KUST), Kohat 26000, KP, Pakistan.

Responsibilities

As an HOD I was responsible for overall academic, administrative, faculty, financial and student’s affairs of the department. Production of programs for University FM Radio channel, TV programs, and publications of a monthly news bulletin--Custodian. Also was a member selection board for faculty and staff appointments.

As an academic leader of the department, my responsibilities includes;

1.         Coordinator

I worked as coordinator for a US funded project "Educational Broadcast from Radio/TV KUST for Kohat and FATA for one year. Being the project coordinator, produced Radio and TV programs on themes like communal harmony, civic education, capacity building and young minds.

2.         Teaching

I have taught several courses in the department of Journalism and Mass Communication. These included but not limited to News Reporting, Mass Communication Theories, Television Journalism, and Research Methodology.

3.         Research and Projects

Post graduate students research supervisor.  Advisor of Internship projects of students on media organizations.

4.         Achievements

Produced a Documentary film on Kohat University as a PR material.

Designed a course work for MA in Journalism and Mass Communication and a course work for Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Television Communication.

Presented a paper covering the “War on Terror” Challenges for Journalists—The Case of FATA at a conference Covering Each Other—in an Era of Imagined Clashes of Civilizations held on February 04-06, 2009 at the Institute of Communication Studies (ICS), University of the Punjab, Lahore.

A US funded project “Educational Broadcast from Radio/TV, KUST Kohat, KP and FATA” submission, approval and executed for one year.

 

1999 – 2007

Television Producer and Researcher

Pakistan Television Corporation (PTV) and Researcher and Stringer with Nippon HosoKyokai (NHK) Japan Broadcasting Corporation.

Produced indoor and outdoor television programs (LIVE for Local and National hookup, documentaries, talk shows, panel discussions and spot reports), conducted research and writing scripts and attended several training courses in PTV Academy Islamabad. Also produced many documentaries including a series of 14 documentaries on KP. As a member of the NHK team in Pakistan (2002-2006) and was responsible for news and reports covering entire KP.

2000 – 2004

Visiting Lecturer

Journalism and Mass Communication Department, University of Peshawar, Pakistan.

Teaching and Supervision of thesis. Introduced and taught two courses i.e. Mass Communication Theories and Development Support Communication. Also supervised assignments, research thesis and internship reports of MA students in the period.

1996-1999

Researcher

Institute of Communication Studies, University of the Punjab, Lahore.

During the period initially I was busy in the course work for M.Phil and after completing my degree of M. Phil I have started research work for Ph.D.

1994-1996

Correspondent and Column Writer

Daily “Khaleej Times” Dubai, UAE as Correspondent and Daily “The Khabrain” as Column Writer.

As a working journalist was associated with Daily Khaleej Times as a correspondent in Peshawar. My prime responsibility includes news reporting and research on events and happening in the entire province of KP of Pakistan

Contributed more than three hundreds column, write up in Urdu (National language of Pakistan) press.

1988-1993

Staff Reporter / Journalist

Daily “The Frontier Post” Peshawar & Islamabad Bureau.

Contributed thousands of news stories, write ups and articles.  Also extensively reported the proceedings of the parliament of Pakistan including the Senate of Pakistan, National Assembly of Pakistan and Provincial Assembly of KP for more than five years. Also contributed news stories and extensive reports on parliamentary affairs, politics, diplomatic activities, social, civic, education and sports beats.

Mass Media Effects Studies

Media and Terrorism

Health Communication

 

                               

S#

Title of Research Paper

Name of Journal with ISSN No./ISNB No

Vol. No & Page No.

Categorized by HEC as W/X/Y/Z

Date of publication

Principal or

co-author

 

1

The Cognitive and Co-Native Effects of Health Communication Campaign

KUST Med. J., Now known as: KMUJ: Khyber Medical University Journal.

ISSN 2305-2643

 

1 (1):

9-16

Y

Jan-June 2009

Principal

2

Covering the “War on Terror” Challenges for Journalists—The Case of FATA

Journal of Media Studies. University of the Punjab, Lahore

25(1):

21-32

Y

2010

Principal

3

The Anatomy of Media Strategy of Pakistan based Taliban Militants-Extremists and its Potential Effects

Journal of Media Studies. University of the Punjab, Lahore

25(2):

154-163

Y

2010

Principal

4

Reforming the

Madrassah System of Education in Pakistan

Contemporary Issues in Education Research.

 

3 (4):

43-46

Y

April 2010

co-author

 

5

Mass Media and Family Planning: Understanding the Effects of Television in Innovation-Decision Process of health Communication in District Peshawar

KUST Med. J., Now known as: KMUJ: Khyber Medical University Journal.

ISSN 2305-2643

2(2): 58-63

Y

July-Dec. 2010

Principal

6

Role of Comm. in Diffusion and Adoption of Agricultural Innovations

Gomal University Journal of Research. (GUJR) 1019-8180

27(1): 111-118

Y

2011

co-author

 

7

Dengue Campaign and the Youth Behavior: A Study of Fear Appeal Impacts.

Global Media Journal Pakistan Edition. ISSN 2070-2469.

IX (I):

1-15

 

Y

Spring 2016

co-author

 

8

Linking Islam with Terrorism: A Review of the Media Framing since 9/11.

Global Media Journal Pakistan Edition. ISSN 2070-2469.

IX (II):

 

 

Y

Fall 2016

Principal

9

Social Media Technologies and their Impact on Film making for Students of Digital Media Specialization in College of Applied Sciences

Gomal University Journal of Research. (GUJR) Special Issue IISSN: 1019-8180.

Special Issue (I):

8-17

Y

June, 2016

Principal

10

Views of English Learners’ regarding the use of Social Media for English Language Learning

 

Gomal University Journal of Research. (GUJR) Special Issue IISSN: 1019-8180.

Special Issue (I):

126-134

Y

June, 2016

co-author

 

11

Dominance of US officials: A case study of the media coverage of Osama bin Laden’s death in American, British and Pakistani media.

Gomal University Journal of Research. (GUJR) Special Issue IIISSN: 1019-8180.

Special Issue (II):

91-102

Y

June, 2016

Principal

12

Relationship between fear and the Students’ Academic Achievement in the context of War Hazards.

Gomal University Journal of Research. (GUJR) Special Issue IIISSN: 1019-8180.

Special Issue (II):

111-118

Y

June, 2016

co-author

 

13

Effects of Smartphones on Students: Understanding Uses and Gratification.

Journal of Social Sciences Volume ISSN: 1812-0687 GC University Faisalabad

7 (2):

252-267

Y

Dec. 2016

co-author

 

14

Leadership Styles and Employees Commitment in the context of Higher Education

Gomal University Journal of Research. (GUJR) Special Issue IVISSN: 1019-8180.

Special Issue (IV):

54-64

Y

Dec, 2016

co-author

 

15

Health Information-seeking Behavior of College Students in the Sultanate of Oman.

KMUJ: Khyber Medical University Journal. ISSN 2305-2643

9 (1):

8-14

Y

Jan-March, 2017

Principal

16

FOBO: The Digital Epidemic—An effects study on Smartphone Usage by Undergraduates in Academic Institutions.

PUTAJ-Humanities and Social Science, Peshawar University Research Journal ISSN: 2219-245X.

25 (1-2) Special Issue-Media Matter: 13-25

Y

2017

Principal

17

Of Media Ethics and Responsibility: Analysis of Geo News and ARY News' Coverage on Hamid Mir's Issue.

Journal of Social Sciences, Government College University, Faisalabad.ISSN: 1812-0687

8 (1): 225-250

Y

June, 2017

Principal

18

Alice in Oman: A study of object-first approaches in computer science education.

Education and Information Technologies. The Official Journal of the IFIP Technical Committee on Education. Online ISSN 1573-7608. Print ISSN 1360-2357, DOI 10.1007/s 10639-016-9499-4.Springer.

22 (4):

1553-1569

W

July, 2017

co-author

 

19

BBC News Story on India funding of MQM: Understanding Expats Perception of Pakistani and Indian Nationalities in the Sultanate of Oman.

Peshawar University Research Journal (PUTAJ). ISSN: 2219-245X.

24 (2):

141-158

 

Y

Dec, 2017

Principal

20

Relationship between attendance and Students' academic achievement at secondary level in NW

Science International (Lahore)

ISSN 1013-5316;

CODEN: SINTE 8

29(6):

1301-1304

Y

Dec, 2017

co-author

 

 

                                         List of other National and International Research Publications 

1. Historical & Professionals Paradigm of Pakistan Penal Code Pertaining to the Press. International Journal of Management Sciences and Business Research. USA 1(5): 1-18 (2012). ISSN: 2226-8235. (Indexed in the Thomson Reuters Researcher ID, ORCID, Ulrichsweb, Index Copernicus (IC), Google Scholar, Social Science Research Network (SSRN), Globethics,net, Scientific Journal Impact Factor (SJIF).

Link:   

http://www.ijmsbr.com/Volume%201,%20issue%205%20historic%20paper%20pdf%203.PDF

2. Exploratory Study of Western Media Disheveling the Image of Islam, TIJ’s Research Journal of Social Sciences & Management. 2(3): 14-22 (2012).

Link: 

http://www.theinternationaljournal.org/ojs/index.php?journal=tij&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=937&path%5B%5D=pdf

 

3.  Expression for Virtue & Truth in Islam: Key Approaches to Modern Thoughts of Freedom of Expression. TIJ’s Research Journal of Social Sciences & Management. 2(4): 36-42 (2012).

            Link:   http://www.theinternationaljournal.org/ojs/index.php?journal=tij&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=1059&path%5B%5D=pdf

4.  Effects of Video Games on Students: Test of Uses and Gratification Theory. Asian Journal of Management Sciences & Education (AJMSE). Leena and Luna International, Oyama, Japan. Online ISSN: 2186-845X, Print ISSN: 2186-8441. Volume: 1 (2): 146-155 (2012).

Link:  

http://www.ajmse.leena-luna.co.jp/AJMSEPDFs/Vol.1(2)/AJMSE2012(1.2-16).pdf

5. Media and Communication Technology: An Analytical Study of Internet Community in Pakistan. TIJ’s Research Journal of Science & IT Management. 1(10): 34-41 (2012).

Link:      

http://www.theinternationaljournal.org/ojs/index.php?journal=rjitsm&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=1167&path%5B%5D=567

6. Modern Communication Technology Uses & Gratification with special reference to Compact Disc in Pakistan. TIJ’s Research Journal of Commerce and Behavioral Sciences. 1(10): 11-17 (2012).

Link: 

http://www.theinternationaljournal.org/ojs/index.php?journal=rjcbs&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=1166&path%5B%5D=549

7. Cultivation Management of Pakistani TV Channels with Special Reference to Politics. International Journal of Human Resource Studies (IJHRS) 2(3): 106-118 (2012). ISSN 2162-3058. Doi:10.5296/ijhrs.v2i3.2260. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v2i3.2260. Published by Macrothink Institute USA. Indexed in the following databases, EZB-ElektronischeZeitschriftenbibliothek, Global Impact Factor, Australia: Impact Factor: 0.876, GenamicsJournalSeek, Google Scholar, JournalTOCs, LOCKSS, SciLit, Sherpa/Romeo , Standard Periodical Directory, Ulrich's Periodical Directory, WorldCat, ZBW – German National Library of Economics.

Link:

 http://www.macrothink.org/journal/index.php/ijhrs/article/viewFile/2260/1911

8. Sensationalism in Pakistani Private Urdu News Channels: Audience Perception. International

   Journals of Multidisciplinary Research Academy (IJMRA). 2(9): 539-553 (2012).

              Link:https://www.ijmra.us/project%20doc/IJPSS_SEPTEMBER2012/IJMRA-PSS1741.pdf

9. Treatment of US Print Media Opinion Pages given to Egypt Revolution 2011 by ‘New York

   Times’ and ‘Washington Post’. TIJ’s Research Journal of Social Sciences & Management. 2(5):

   99-112 (2012)

     Link:   http://www.theinternationaljournal.org/ojs/index.php?journal=tij&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=1226&path%5B%5D=pdf

  

10.     Information and Communication Explosion of Knowledge Economy with special reference to Cultural Imperialism. International Journal of Learning and Development (IJLD). 2(5): 163-174 (2012).

       Link:   http://www.macrothink.org/journal/index.php/ijld/article/view/2316

 

11.     Media as a Production and Distribution of Information: The Concept of Media Economy. International Journal of Human Resource Studies (IJHRS). 2(3): 151-161 (2012). ISSN 2162-3058. Doi:10.5296/ijhrs.v2i3.2295.URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v2i3.2295. Published by Macrothink Institute USA. Indexed in the following databases, EZB-ElektronischeZeitschriftenbibliothek, Global Impact Factor, Australia: Impact Factor: 0.876, GenamicsJournalSeek, Google Scholar, JournalTOCs, LOCKSS, SciLit, Sherpa/Romeo , Standard Periodical Directory, Ulrich's Periodical Directory, WorldCat, ZBW – German National Library of Economics.

     Links:

     http://www.macrothink.org/journal/index.php/ijhrs/article/view/2295

12.     Effects of Private News Channels: Measuring Political Awareness. TIJ’s Research Journal of Commerce and Behavioral Sciences. 1(12): 1-11 (2012).

Link:

http://www.theinternationaljournal.org/ojs/index.php?journal=rjcbs&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=1206&path%5B%5D=665

13. Treatment of the Press to Pak-US relation on War on Terror: Exploring the case after the death of Osama Bin Laden. TIJ’s Research Journal of Social Sciences & Management. 2(6): 70-78 (2012).

        Link:http://www.theinternationaljournal.org/ojs/index.phpjournal=tij&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=1318&path%5B%5D=pdf

  14.  Comparative Coverage of Missing Persons in Pakistan: A  case study of The News and The  Frontier Post. TIJ’s Research Journal of Social Sciences & IT Management.1 (12): 42-51 (2012).

      Link: https://www.theinternationaljournal.org/ojs/index.php?journal=rjitsm&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=1310&path%5B%5D=681

15.   Campus Radio as Process of Broadcast Communication: A Cross-Sectional Survey. TIJ’s Research Journal of Social Sciences & Management. 2(6): 120-130 (2012).

                 Link:   https://www.theinternationaljournal.org/ojs/index.php?journal=tij&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=1343&path%5B%5D=pdf

16.     Inter & Cross-Cultural Communication—Journey Frame of Cultural Identity. TIJ’s Research Journal of Social Sciences & Management. 2 (7): 67-75(2012).

                 Link:   https://www.theinternationaljournal.org/ojs/index.php?journal=tij&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=1393&path%5B%5D=pdf

17.  Portrayal of War on Terrorism in Pakistan Print Media: Exploring Peace Framing in Daily Nation and Business Recorder. Asian Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities (AJSSH) 1(4): 97-108 (2012). ISSN: 2186-8492, ISSN: 2186-8484 Print.

                 Link:

                 http://www.ajssh.leena-luna.co.jp/AJSSHPDFs/Vol.1(4)/AJSSH2012(1.4-13).pdf

18.  The "ISIS" Online Media War: A Construction of ideology through Terrorism. Pakistan Journal Peace and Conflict Studies, Volume 1, No. 2. July-December 2016 pp. 1-14. ISSN 2521-2303 (Online), ISSN 2411-7218 (Print) University of Peshawar. (Case in HEC for recognition).

                 Link:

                 http://journals.uop.edu.pk/issue_detail.php?issue_id=16&journal_id=14

19.     A Normative Approach towards the training needs of Journalists in the Post-Conflict scenario in Swat, Pakistan. Pakistan Journal Peace and Conflict Studies, Volume 1, No. 2. July-December 2016 pp. 35-43. ISSN 2521-2303 (Online), ISSN 2411-7218 (Print) University of Peshawar. (Case in HEC for recognition).

Link:

http://journals.uop.edu.pk/issue_detail.php?issue_id=16&journal_id=14

20.     Pakistani Newspapers on Peace Talks with Tahrik e Taliban Pakistan. Journal of Business and Social Review in Emerging Economies. Volume 1: Issue 1, June 30, 2015 pp. 47-60. ISSN (Online) 2519-0326 (Print) 2519-089X. DOI: http;//doi.org/10.26701/jbsee.v1i1. (Case in HEC for recognition in Y Category).

Link:

http://publishing.globalcsrc.org/ojs/index.php/jbsee/article/view/7

         

1.   Perceived Effects of Media Coverage of Terrorism in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and Federally Administrated Tribal Areas (FATA). Paper presented at Counter Terror Expo: London April 24-25, 2013.

2.   Member scientific committee for organizing the international conference "Integration of Higher Education Institutions  and  Industry to Encourage Innovation", organized by College of Applied Sciences, Nizwa, Ministry of Higher Education, Sultanate of Oman, March 24, 2014.

3.   Effects of Unlicensed FM Radio Broadcast Operated by Militants in Swat, Pakistan (2004-2009).  Invitation to present the paper at Counter Terror Expo: London April 29-30, 2014.

National Conferences

 

1.   Covering the “War on Terror” Challenges for Journalists—The Case of FATA. Covering Each Other—in an Era of Imagined Clashes of Civilizations, held on February 04-06, 2009 at the Institute of Communication Studies (ICS), University of the Punjab, Lahore.

1. Former President KP Assembly Press Gallery Committee.

2. Former member Press Club Peshawar and Rawalpindi Press Club.

3. Former chairman Management Committee, Pakistan School and College Muscat (Nizwa Branch)

4. Lifetime membership of Human Resource Management Academic Research  Society (HRMARS)

5. Honorary member Board of Trustees DilshadBaigum Trust Foundation (www.dbtf.org)