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BIO-DATA

SECTION A: PERSONAL INFORMATION


Name : Dr. Mohammad Aamir Khan

Passport No. : Z 2410676 valid till 23-04-2024

Age as on 07-07-2012 : 50 Years

Marital Status : Married

Number of Children : Two

CORRESPONDENCE : IMT DEPARTMENT

ADDRESS YANBU INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE

P.O.BOX 30436

YANBU – AL – SINAIYAH

KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA

PHONE NUMBER : 009664 – 3927430 (Residence), 00966 – 509709702 (Mobile)

E-MAIL : aamirk63@yahoo.com khanm@rcyci.edu.sa


LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY


MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION AT SCHOOL AND UNIVERSITY : English

SECTION B: EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION




CERTIFICATE/

DEGREE

BOARD/

UNIVERSITY

YEAR

Ph.D.

Aligarh Muslim University, India

1997

M.B.A.

Aligarh Muslim University, India

1987

M.Com.

Meerut University, India

1985



HONORS AND AWARDS


  • Awarded Letter of Appreciation by Dr. Ahmed M. Dabroom, Director General, Royal Commission Colleges and Institutes in Yanbu in recognition of my successful and fruitful efforts in utilizing E-Learning Models.

  • Awarded Certificate of Honorarium in recognition of my contribution to teaching and learning excellence and cooperation with fellow colleagues in Instruction Affairs Division YIC

  • Awarded Certificate of Honorarium for delivering a Seminar at Yanbu Industrial College ‘Accounting for Partnership’.

  • Awarded Certificate of Honorarium for presenting a seminar entitled “Yanbu Industrial College Strategic Plan”.

  • Awarded Certificate of Appreciation on the occasion of the successful accreditation gained by the IMT Department of YIC from American Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs for my efforts and role played in achieving this accreditation from the Chairman - Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu KSA.

  • Awarded a Plaque from Dr. Ahmed M. Dabroom, Director General, Royal Commission Colleges and Institutes in Yanbu in recognition of my contribution in organizing the cricket league for Saudi students.

  • Awarded Appreciation Letter for active support to the department for covering for colleagues who had emergency leaves.

PUBLICATIONS




  • 17-19 May 2012 “Testing the Viability of Bankruptcy in Petro-Chemical Industries in Saudi Arabia” – The International Conference on International Business (ICIB) in Thessaloniki, Greece.

  • 12 November, 1999 Inventory Management From Working Capital Perspectives Volume 4, 1988-99 – Indian Journal of Business Administration - India

  • September 1999, “Adopting a wider perspective in managing working capital” – Volume 34 No. 9 September 1999 – The Management Accountant – India

  • 13th July, 1998 “Impact of Working Capital Management on Profitability: The Case of Eicher Motors” – September 11 13, 1998 – International Conference on Management of Finance & International Accounting

  • 31st March, 1998 “Working Capital Management at Escorts” – FINANCE INDIA - Indian Institute of Finance.

PARTICIPATION IN WORKSHOPS\TRAINING PROGRAMS




  • Successfully completed 10 weeks University of Pennsylvania’s online offering of AN INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING by Professor Brian J. Bushee.

  • 2013 - Faculty Development Program on ADVANCED APPROACHES TO LEARNING AND TEACHING organized by PINZ-YIC Faculty Development Program: Teaching and Learning Methods, in association with Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology (CPIT)

  • 2013 - Faculty Development Program on ASSESSMENT DRIVES LEARNING organized by PINZ-YIC Faculty Development Program: Teaching and Learning Methods, in association with Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology (CPIT)

  • 2013 - Faculty Development Program on DESIGN FOR EFFECTIVE LEARNING & TEACHING organized by PINZ-YIC Faculty Development Program: Teaching and Learning Methods, in association with Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology (CPIT)

  • 2011 - 60 hour Faculty Development Program on Teaching and Learning Methods organized by PINZ-YIC Faculty Development Program: Teaching and Learning Methods, in association with Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology (CPIT)

  • 24-25 January 2009 Participated in the “Effective Program Design and Evaluation” 10 Hours Course in Yanbu Industrial College organized by TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING CORPORATION GENERAL DIRECTORATE FOR PRIVATE TRAINING

  • Attended a workshop on YIC Curriculum Development Procedures on 21st October, 1998

  • Participated in Induction Training Programme organized by Academic Staff College, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh from 11-05-1998 to 30-05-1998.

  • Presented a Case in the National Workshop on Case Development organized by Institute of Management Studies, Vellore Engineering College, Vellore, sponsored by AICTE in collaboration with Indian Society for Training and Development during March 21-25 1997 and April 24-30 1997. It was judged as the best case.


SECTION C: TEACHING EXPERIENCE




  • 01-09-1998 present: Serving as Assistant Professor in Department of Industrial Management Technology at Yanbu Industrial College in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

  • Served 27-03-1991 - 31-08-1998 as permanent lecturer in Department of Business Administration at Aligarh Muslim University since.

  • Served 27-09-1989 - 15-07-1990 as temporary lecturer in Department of Business Administration at Aligarh Muslim University from.

  • Served as lecturer at Jamia Islamia, New Delhi 16-01-1988 end of the session (Approx. 07 months) as a temporary lecturer.
COURSES TAUGHT

AT MASTERS LEVEL (M.B.A.): Financial Management; Management Accounting; Investment Management; Portfolio Management; Management Control System.

AT GRADUATE LEVEL (B.COM.): Accounting; Principles of Management; Management Accounting; Financial Management.

AT UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL: Banking and Investment; Principles of Accounting; Auditing; Financial Management; Cost Accounting.
RELATED ACADEMIC WORK

  • Presently Coordinator IMT Club.

  • Served as Coordinator for IMT’s B.Sc. Program; and IMT Examination Coordinator.

  • Served as member of the Learning Resources Review Team of Quality Assurance Action Team for Learning Resources.

  • Conducted the following short term courses since 1998 till date under the Continuing Education Program –

Effective Communication; Effective Presentation; Managing Budgets and Cashflows; Managing Credit Effectively; Finance at Work; Managing Meetings; Effective Salesmanship; How to be a successful Marketing Executive; Business Accounting for non-accounting Personnel; Word and Excel for beginners; Excel for beginners; Working with Word and Excel; Intermediate Word and Excel
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

  • Served as Coordinator in the Research Project titled Census Operation 2013, Commercial Space Use and City Quality of Life Survey from September 2012 to May 2013.

  • Doctorate-Level Research leading to Ph.D.

  • Supervised dissertations at Masters and Diploma levels

TRAINING


  • 06th March 1999, Team Leader for “Book Keeping and Basic Accounting” Short Term Course for Industry (26th June 1999 to 07th July 1999.

  • 06th March 1999, Member of “Introduction to Data Base Management System” Short Term Course for Industry 12th June 1999 to 23rd June 1999.



COURSE DEVELOPMENT AND REVAMPING


  • Revamped the following courses - IMT 103 – Office Procedures and Practices; IMT 104 – Principles of Economics; IMT 105 – Principles of Accounting; IMT 106 – Business Law; IMT 231 – Intermediate Accounting; IMT 232 – Auditing; IMT 233 – Cost Accounting

  • Have been conducting since 1998 till date intensive Industrial Training Programs for various organizations in Saudi Arabia like YANPET, SAMREF, SABIC and Royal Commission.
REFERENCES

1- Dr. A. Zalabani; Head Industrial Management Technology Department ; Yanbu Industrial College, Yanbu al Sinaiyah, KSA; email-alzalabani.yahoo.co.uk ;

Phone 009- 664-504695951 (M); 009-664-3925764 (R)



  1. Dr. El-Fatih Y.M. El-Emin, Assistant Professor, Manager, Curriculum Development Department, Yanbu Industrial College, Yanbu al Sinaiyah, KSA;

email: eyelamin@yahoo.com

Ph: 009-664-394-6106(Office); 009-664-392-1889 (Home); 009-664-508308684



OTHER ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Evaluated student’s progress determined individual needs and discussed results with the students and the Chairman of the Department.

  • Supervised dissertation research work of students of MBA, MIBM and PGDMM.

  • Advised students on course selection, area of specialization, academic matters, career discussions and personal matters.

  • Served on faculty committees in curriculum planning and degree requirement, and was also actively involved in industrial relations.

  • Involved in various departmental activities such as placement and other extra-curricular activities.


Phone: 009 664 3946298

Mobile: 009 66 509709702

Email: aamirk63@ yahoo.com



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