Zafar Iqbal – Profile

Zafar Iqbal
Tando Allahyar, (Sindh), Pakistan
Birthday: 27-03-1977
Education: M.A ( Political Science), M.A ( Islamic Studies) M.Sc( Pak.Studies)
M.Ed, M.Phil (Education) last semester
Occupation: Teaching

Please describe your vision of a world that works for everyone.
I believe that words are like weapons and bullets, by using beautiful words you can convert you enemies into friends and similarly with the wrong use of words you can hurt your friend even.

What do you see as the most pressing problems facing the world today?
Hunger, poverty, war, terrorism, backwardness, Unfair distribution of wealth,

How do you feel these problems could best be solved?
These problems can be solved with the united struggle of all nations with consistency.
They should be cooperative, dynamic and energetic. Unless the sense of collective consciousness and collective responsibilities is not awoken, these problems can not be solved.

I am a teacher and I want to empower the people through education. There is no more useful tool to change the world than education. I want to find the problems faced by the backward nations and I want to high light them for the solution. I am doing M.Phil in Education for the same purpose. I want to do Research in Multi-intelligence or Bilingualism in Education for Doctoral program.

I have written more than 50 articles in the newspapers of my own community. I have written two books also. I am a fond of reading new dissertations and doing research on the educational issues faced by the educational stakeholders. After all this, I want to rehabilitate the Dynamic education system in my own country. I want to be a philanthropist. I believe in this proverb: Love for all hated for none. I know I have a very soft and sensitive heart, full with love for all. I like flowers, butterflies, meadows, squirrels and chirping birds. I always like sharing experience and knowledge. I like Global friendship and E. Teaching.

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Books Completed:

As A Man Thinketh
Jonathan Livingston Seagull