upesh Lecturer Ali Askar Passed away in rain storm
University of Peshawar Lecturer Ali Askar died during yesterday’s storm in Peshawar city of kpk Pakistan. Ali askar was a lecturer of subject sociology and archaeology. According to news of Peshawar university that he was at driving seat when rain storm comes during driving he has an accident as a result he lost his life.
According to CV of Ali Askar he completed his PhD course from Quaid e Azam University early and obtain m.Phil from university of Peshawar institute of social work he also done MA in anthropology from Peshawar University.
Ali askar’s student posts this news in twitter. Ali askar was working in national rural support program before Joing University of Peshawar, so currently he was teacher of BA students.
His responsibilities included teaching criminology and “social problems of Pakistan” to MA (previous and final) anthropology students.
According to University of Peshawar the below details of Ali Askar
Address: Institute of Archaeology & Social Anthropology, University of Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Qualification: M.Phil (Pesh)
Specialization: Anthropology of Crime & Delinquency
Experience: Lecturer (2005-till date)
Honors and Awards:
Service Activity: Teaching and Research
Brief Statement of Research Interests:
RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION AND CHARACTER BUILDING: The Role of Muslim Deeni Madaris in District Charsadda, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan�.
(1) Kalash Valley: An Overview of Cultural Practices on Transitory Stages in Human Life, published in Ancient Pakistan, Vol. XVII, 2006.
(2) Genesis of Gender Bias in Education: A case study in rural areas of Charsadda District. Published in Sarhad Journal of Agricultural, Vol.25, No.3, 2009
(3) Socio-Economic and Political Impact of Peasant Uprising (Kissani Movement) in Charasadda District. Published in Sarhad Journal of Agricultural, Vol.25, No.2, 2009
(4) Debt Bondage: A Sociological Study of Brick Kiln Workers in Badhber, Peshawar. Published in Pakistan Journal of Life & Social Science Vol. 8, No.1, 2010.
(5) Socio-Economic Impacts of Women’s Empowerment in Peshawar, Pakistan. Published in Sarhad Journal of Agricultural, Vol 26, No.3, 2010.