Vice Presidents

  Prof. Dr Muhammad Tahir Khalily VP-Acad
 

Vice President (Academics)
International Islamic University, Islamabad – PAKISTAN

Phone Office:  (+92-51) 9258074
Emails: [email protected]

  Dr Muhammad Tahir Khalily is a Professor of Psychology, Director Academics and Vice president Academics in International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan. He has more than twenty five years of national and international teaching, research, clinical, supervisory, academic, administrative and service development experience.

Moreover, he worked as Director Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC), Students Advisor and Director ORIC in International Islamic University Islamabad and was a Head and Senior psychologist in the Psychology Department Roscommon Mental Health Service and clinical supervisor of the school of psychology National University of Ireland Galway Republic of Ireland.

He did Masters in Drug Addiction and Alcohol Treatment policy from the addiction study centre Trinity College Dublin University Ireland, Higher diploma in health care management from Health Care management Centre, Royal College of Surgeons Dublin, National University Ireland Galway and post doctoral research fellowship from the University of Edinburgh UK .

Furthermore, throughout his higher education (Post Doc, PhD, M.Phil), his concentration and focus of research remained in the field of psychology in general, which include a specialised experience and research on addiction, psychometrics, Post traumatic stress disorder, organizational psychology, action research, collaborative integrating current psychological approaches with the cultural and religious milieu and inter professional learning and Clinical and Neuropsychology.

He did Advanced Course in Neuropsychology from Psychology Department Beaumont Hospital Dublin. Moreover, to add further to his interest in Neuropsychology, He has successfully qualified Siegfried Othmer Neurofeedback accredited (Non invasive treatment for a range of psychiatric disorders) advance course in Norway, accredited by APA. He is the executive member of Pakistan Psychological Association, Associate Fellow of Psychological Society of Ireland and Chartered member of British Psychological Society. He has presented his scientific and research work in national and international conferences, attended and participated in continuous professional development trainings and has published articles on a range of mental health issues in psychology refereed journals including impact factor journals and a continuous agenda of research. He delivers workshop and conduct training as a resource person. He is the external Examiner of MPhil and PhD for different universities and is on the editorial panel of different psychology national and international journals. He has received HEC best university teacher award for the year 2016. He has executed HEC funded research projects.

His special interest is the rediscovering of religious perspective with renewed interest in the current therapeutic approaches of professional Psychology and their integration in line with the teaching of Quran and Sunah.

 

 
  Prof. Dr. Muhammad Munir VP-AFP
 

Ph.D Law
Vice President (Administration, Finance, and Planning),
International Islamic University, Islamabad – PAKISTAN

Email: [email protected]

 

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Munir, PhD is Vice President Administration, Finance, and Planning at the International Islamic University, Islamabad. He is also Director General Shari‘ah Academy, and Professor of Law at the Department of Law at the same University. He is winner of Higher Education Commission’s (Government of Pakistan) Best University Teacher Award for the year 2003 and Outstanding Research Paper Award for the year 2005-2006 and 2011. He is jurist-consult for the Federal Shariat Court in Pakistan and is requested by the Court to give his opinions on important cases. He has been Chairman Department of Law, Faculty of Sharih & Law, IIUI. He has published over 35 papers on a variety of topics most of which are available on http://ssrn.com/author=1633078. His total downloads as of 03rd May 2017 from his SSRN author page are 22,114 and from bepress.com are over 15,000. He is in the top 100 SSRN Law Authors for the past three years and his author rank by downloads out of Top 3,000 SSRN Law Authors as of 01 April 2017, is 98. His areas of interest include, the Islamic Law of War and Peace; Non-State Islamic Actors; Muslim Personal Law; Jurisprudence and Legal Theory, Human Rights, Women and Children Rights. Some of his articles are: “Suicide Attacks and Islamic Law”, International Review of the Red Cross, 90 (869) (March, 2008), pp. 71-89; “The Layha for the mujahidin: an analysis of the code of conduct for the Taliban fighters under Islamic law”, The International Review of the Red Cross, vol. 93, no. 881, (March 2011); pp. 81-102; “Is Zina bil jabr a Hadd, Taz‛ir or Siyasa Offence?: A Reappraisal of the Protection of Women Act 2006 in Pakistan”, Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law, vol. 14, (2008-2009), pp. 95-115; and “Precedent in Islamic Law with Special Reference to the Federal Shariat Court and the Legal System in Pakistan”, Islamic Studies, 47:4 (Winter 2008), 445-482; “Triple Talaq in One Session: An Analysis of the Opinions of Classical, Medieval and Modern Muslim Jurists under Islamic Law”, Arab Law Quarterly, vol. 27, No. 1 (2013), pp. 29-49 and “Reforms in Triple Talaq in the Personal Laws of Muslim States and the Pakistani Legal System: Continuity versus Change”, International Review of Law 2013:2. His latest book ‘Precedent in Pakistani Law’ is published by Oxford University Press and is available at http://www.oup.com.pk/shopexd.asp?id=3577; http://www.amazon.com/Precedent-Pakistani-Law-Muhammad-Munir/dp/B00FGS2YBE>.

57 LLM/M.S and five doctoral students have completed their doctoral dissertations in his supervision. He has presented papers in many conferences and lectured in dozens of workshops/training courses/seminars around the world. These include: Key Note Address on “The Principle of Legality in Islamic Criminal Justice System” to the participants of the conference on “Islamic Criminal Justice System” in Antalyia, Turkey on 29 May, 2015; “International Criminal Justice and International Humanitarian Law”, presentation to the participants of South Asian Teaching Session held in Islamabad 10 April, 2015 and arranged by the ICRC; NATO School/ISISC Seminar on ‘Shari‘a Law and Military Operations’ in Siracusa (Italy) from October 11-15, 2010; University of Warsaw, Poland from 15 June, 2010 to 15 July, 2010 as an ERASMUS guest professor; Polish Institute of International Affairs, Warsaw, on 29 June, 2010; Conference on Muslim Personal Law, in Durban, South Africa arranged by the Association of Muslim Lawyers and Accountants of South Africa (AMAL) from 27-31st January, 2010; Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research Harvard University and Professional in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection at the Jordanian Institute of Diplomacy, Amman, Jordan 15-16 February 2012 and Roundtable Conference on Islam and IHL in Dhaka on 8 December 2012 arranged by the ICRC and Islamic Foundation Dhaka, Bangladesh. He has done many national and international projects including: translation of three books on Islamic law and the laws of war from Arabic into Urdu for the ICRC; The World Justice Project: Rule of Law Index, 2012-2013; Realisation of the Human Right to Water and Sanitation by WaterLex; and Child Protection in Islam for ISG and International Relief Works (IRW).

 
  Prof Dr. Aqdas Naveed Malik VP-HSR
 

Ph.D
Vice President (Higher Studies & Research),
International Islamic University, Islamabad – PAKISTAN

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