Dr. Asad Rizvi is a teaching professional and researcher with an experience of more than 20 years of teaching and research in different national and international institutions He is an active researcher, smiling teacher, and dynamic teacher educator. His research and academic interests includes multicultural education, inter-cultural and interfaith dialogue, Edumatrics and hermeneutics.
He is the first ever Post Doc Fellow in Education at OISE (Ontario Institute For Studies in Education) from Pakistan
He is the first Social Scientist of Pakistan who was selected as KAICIID International Fellow.
Aside from research, his main academic contribution is the application of hermeneutics in educational settings in Pakistan. Moreover, he developed the first-ever teachers training program for religious teachers in Pakistan. 7 PhD and 17 MPhil dissertations has been completed under his guidance. He has published more than 30 research papers and presented papers in more than 15 national and international conferences. He used to conduct teachers training in Pakistan, Canada, Srilanka, Japan and Malaysia
|Certification||Certified Quality Professional from PIQC Pakistan||Education||2014|
|Post Doctorate||University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada||Education||2013|
|Ph.D.||Hamdard University Karachi Pakistan||Education||2006|
|1||Effect of Classroom Learning Environment on Students' Academic Achievement in Mathematics at Secondary Level. Bulletin of Education & Research Vol. 40, No. 2 pp. 207-218.||Malik, R.H., Rizvi, A. (2018).|
|2||Neglected and Common Areas of Educational Research in Pakistan: A Document Analysis International Journal of Innovation in Teaching and Learning (IJITL) Volume IV- Issue I ( 1-14)||Asdaque M and Rizvi A, (2018)|
|3||Educated working women and their Work-life Conflict and Work life balance Pakistan Journal of Gender Studies Vol. 17, 2018, pp. 105-126||Munazzah M and Rizvi A (2018)|
|4||A Exploring the Research Trends-Related Imbalances in Doctoral Level Research on Distance Education in Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Distance & Online Learning volume 5 No 1 p105-122 2019||Asdaque M and Rizvi. A (2018)|
|5||Contribution of Career Knowledge, Self Knowledge and career choices in predicting career Decision the Dialouge Volume XIV Number 3||Babur S and Rizvi A (2019)|
|6||Analysis of Cultural Diversity in Preschool Education Sir Syed Journal of Education & Social Research Vol. 3, Issue 3, 2020||Abbas A and Rizvi A (2020)|
|1||American Educational Research Association (AERA USA)||2017 - now|
|2||British Educational Research Association (BERA UK)||2017 - now|
|3||Royal Society of Arts (FRSA UK)||2016 - now|