Sep 6
2012

Final Result of Best Young Scientist Award 2012

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Interdisciplinary Sciences

Sr. No

Name

Field of Research

Major

Highest degree

Total 100

1.

Dr. Noreen Sher

Mathematics

Applied Mathematics

PhD (QAU,Islamabad)

89.5

2.

Dr. Qadeer Ahmad

Elect. Eng

Control System

PhD (M.A. Jinnah University, Islamabad)

85.0

3.

Dr. Salma Rafi

Petroleum Geology

Petroleum Geology

PhD (University of Karachi)

83.5

We are thankful to all our participants and they all deserve appreciation for their research productivity and enthusiastic participation. It was inspiring to see such number of Young people who are doing best in their fields.

Note: Winners will be informed for Award Ceremony through email and call as well.

Hira Khalid

Project Coordinator NAYS Awards

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  1. Tabinda Salman

    Many Congratulations to the position holders. I also like to appreciate Team NAYS and especially Hira for her efforts! Stay Blessed!

  2. Afreenish Hassan

    i really wanted to win..

  3. Afreenish Hassan

    how did u score the marks?

  4. Afreenish Hassan

    what was my score

  5. Afreenish Hassan

    kisi doc ko bhi consider kar letay

    • Project Coordinator

      Dear Afrinish, all are PhD doc, and its totally jury decision so we can not challenge and comment on it, but one thing is clear that they did their best .

  6. Malik Sajjad Mehmood

    Congratulation for the winners! wish you all the best for bright future

  7. Aneela Yasmeeen

    Many Many congrats to the Winners and NAYS awards team for organizing and completing the second Awards. MAY Allah Pak Bless you all. Ameen

  8. Muhammad Atif

    Congrats to winners but without all list of publications and papers link, it will be considered as a biased decision.

    • Project Coordinator

      All applicants were asked to send their publication list which were then checked and confirmed.

  9. Aqib Zahoor

    My heartist congratulation to the winners, Hopfully this sort of recongnition will drive the young scientist of our beloved homeland to do more and more better work.

  10. Awais

    Please upload the score list of all short listed candidates.

  11. Dr. Ali Raza

    Congratss to winners, kindly update the marks of all the short listed candidates, I want to know my marks, I think if you people consider all fields then my research is the most beneficial……….

  12. Dr Sana Mustafa

    Congratulation to all winners and wish u all the best.

  13. Dr Sana Mustafa

    What was the criteria of numbering next time we will take all that into prior consideration. Winners projects and CV should be displayed at ur website

  14. Abida Taskeen

    Best wishes for winners. Kindly explain your criteria for above marks to remove all ambiguities and satisfy all participants. It is necessary otherwise there will be a doubt about result.

  15. Abida Taskeen

    If result is not biased then there would be no problem. thanks

  16. Abida Taskeen

    If result is not biased then there would be no problem. thanks

  17. Abida Taskeen

    If result is not biased then there would be no problem. thanks

  18. Abida Taskeen

    Dr. SALMA RAFI
    Father’s name : Muhammad Rafiuddin
    NIC Number : 42101-5803894-8
    Office Address: Lecturer, Department of Geology, University of Karachi, University Road, Karachi,
    Pakistan.
    Email: salmar@uok.edu.pk
    FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION
    Petroleum Geology
    Sedimentology
    EXPERIENCE
    Lecturer B.P.S 18
    Since September 2006 to date
    Department of Geology, University of Karachi
    Full time Cooperative Teacher
    July 2006 to September 2006) Department of Geology, University of Karachi
    Cooperative Lecturer
    February 2005 to May 2005, Department of Geology, DJ Sindh Govt. Science College Karachi
    Research Fellow
    April 2004 to June 2004, Exploration Department, Pakistan Petroleum Ltd. Karachi
    Internship
    February 2004 to April 2004, Pakistan Petroleum Ltd. Karachi
    EDUCATION
    Ph.D. (2011) Department of Geology, University of Karachi.
    M.Phil. (2007 converted to Ph.D.) Department of Geology, University of Karachi.
    M.Sc. (Geology), 2003, Department of Geology, University of Karachi.
    B.Sc. (Hons.) Geology, 2002, Department of Geology, University of Karachi.
    H.S.C. (Science) 1999, Board of Intermediate Education, Karachi.
    S.S.C. (Science) 1997, Board of Secondary Education, Karachi.
    RESEARCH PROJECTS DEVELOPMENT
    1
    Reservoir Lab, Weatherford Oil & Tools, SEM, XRD, AAS, Isotopes and Petrographic studies of Sui Main
    Limestone”, 2011.
    Higher Education Commission (HEC), “Petrography of Sui Main Lime stone”, 2009.
    Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science & Technology (PINSTECH), Isotope Application Division; δ13C and
    δ18O analysis of Sui Main Limestone, 2010.
    Dean Faculty of Science, University of Karachi, “Scan Electron Microscopy & Element Detection Service
    (SEM & EDS) of Sui Main Limestone”, 2010.
    Pakistan Petroleum Ltd.; “Reservoir properties and petrophysical evaluation of Sui Main Limestone”,
    2007.
    PCSIR-Ministry of Science and Technology; “X-Ray Diffraction Analysis and Atomic Absorption
    Spectrometry of Sui Main Limestone”, 2010.
    RESEARCH REPORT PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION
    Compilation of Ph.D. research work and submitted to Board of Advance Studies and Research (BASR)
    University of Karachi, 2011.
    “Scan Electron Microscopy & Element Detection Service (SEM & EDS) of Sui Main Limestone”
    submitted to Dean Faculty of Science, University of Karachi, 2011.
    Compilation of M.Phil. research work and submitted to Board of Advance Studies and Research (BASR)
    University of Karachi and converted to Ph.D., 2007.
    “Electrofacies Analysis of Sui Main Limestone”, Submitted to Pakistan Petroleum Ltd, 2006.
    RESEARCH PAPER PUBLICATIONS & CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
    “Porosity distribution in Sui Main Limestone- An estimation based on electric well log analysis and
    petrographic studies.” Poster Presentation, 10-11 November 2010 SPE-PAPG Annual Technical
    Conference, Serena Hotel, Islamabad.
    “Foraminiferal Biofacies and Depositional environment of Sui Main Limestone, Middle Indus Basin
    Pakistan”. 2009, Proceedings of SPE-PAPG Annual Technical Conference, Islamabad.
    “Basin architecture of Karachi embayment”. 2004, Proceedings of SPE-PAPG Annual Technical
    Conference, Islamabad.
    GEOLOGICAL FIELD WORK SUPERVISION
    Geological mapping and report writing of Sona Pass Area, Karach, 10 days field work of B.S. and M.Sc.
    classes.
    One day field visit of B.Sc. (Hons.) and B.S. classes to.
    Mulri Hills, Karachi
    Manghopir area, Karachi
    Sona Pass area, Karachi
    Well site filed visit of Tando Jam well-I of M. Sc. class.
    RESEARCH PROJECT SUPERVISION
    2
    “Petrographic Investigation of Gaj limestone and its implications to porosity evaluation”. Research
    work of BS fourth year student for SPE-PAPG Annual Technical Conference 2010 Student Paper
    Contest. Islamabad.
    “Porosity evaluation and reservoir mapping through well logs and seismic analysis.” Research work of
    BS fourth year student for SPE-PAPG Annual Technical Conference 2010 Student Paper Contest.
    Islamabad.
    “Geological studies and Mapping of Sona Pass area, Karachi” research field work as part of M.Sc.
    degree course no. Geol: 604, Group 2009.
    “Surface Geochemical Exploration Technique”, Methodologies of Hydrocarbon exploration, lab
    assignment of B.S. degree course no. Geol 607, Group 2010.
    “Carbonate reservoir of Pakistan; evaluation, occurrence and analysis”, Petroleum geology literature
    review as part of B.S. degree course no. Geol 505, Group 2009.
    “Siliciclastic reservoir pf Pakistan; evaluation, occurrence and analysis”, Petroleum geology literature
    review as part of B.S. degree course no. Geol 502, Group 2008.
    ACADEMIC ACHEIVEMENTS
    Best Student Paper Award in “Student Paper Contest” SPE-PAPG Annual Technical Conference, 2004,
    Islamabad.
    Research scholarship Award, awarded by Pakistan Association of Petroleum Geoscientists for the year
    2004-2005.
    Research scholarships awarded by University of Karachi 2005 and 2006.
    GEOLOGICAL FIELD WORK
    Geological field work at Hazara nappe and thrust zone, Haripur area.
    Geological field work at Ranikot fort, distract Dadu, sindh.
    Geological field work, mapping and report writing of Lal Bakhar Area, Karachi.
    Geological field work at the Salt Range of Pakistan and Upper Indus Basin/Potwar Region.
    Geological studies of Mulri Hills, Karachi.
    Field studies of the Gadani Melanges.
    Geological studies of Manghopir Area.
    Wellsite & Drilling Wellsite visit of Tandojam well-1, Badin Block, Sindh.

    SHORT COURSES, TRAININGS & WORKSHOPS
    “Coring and Core Descriptions:, Three days workshop, Department of Geology, University of
    Karachi.20th to 22nd June, 2011.
    “Application of modern geochemical methods in petroleum system appraisal to reduce risk and cost”.
    One day course, Carlton Hotel, Karachi, 21st July 2010,
    Coal Bed Methane, One day Symposium, Sindh University, Jamshoro, February 2010.
    “Well Site Operations”. Certificate course, Department of Geology, University of Karachi, February
    2009,
    “Staff Development Training Program”, Human Resources Center, University of Karachi, 7th May to
    30th May 2007.
    “ISO Quality Management System”, two days course, Department of Geology, University of Karachi, 8-
    9 October 2001.
    3

    CONFERENCES, SEMINARS & SYMPOSIUM
    SPE-PAPG Annual Technical Conference 2010, Serena Hotel 10-11 November 2010, Islamabad.
    “Coal Bed Methane prospects of Sindh-A venture of Opportunities and growth” 13th February 2010,
    Sindh University, Jamshoro.
    SPE-PAPG Annual Technical Conference 2009, Serena Hotel 17-18 November 2009, Islamabad.
    Petroleum Geology Symposium, August 30–September 01 2008, Peshawar University, Baragali
    Summer Campus.
    “Alternative Energy Conference”, Federal Urdu University for Science and Technology.
    SPE-PAPG Annual Technical Conference 2004, Serena Hotel, 7-9 October 2004, Islamabad.
    ACADEMIC PROJECTS
    Geological field work and mapping of Lal Bakhar Area, Karachi.
    “Waste water treatment at National Refinery Limited”, Environmental Geology project, Course no.
    Geol: 653.
    “Impacts of water tankers on roads” for Environmental Geology Project Course no. Geol: 653.
    “Geochemistry and sedimentology of contaminated marine sediment, a case study of Tasman Spirit”
    Arabian sea Geology project Course no. Geol: 684.
    “Oligocene Basins of Pakistan” Basin Analysis project, Course no. Geol: 646.
    AFFILIATION & MEMBERSHIPS
    Active Member of American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
    Active Member of Pakistan Association of Petroleum Geoscientists (PAPG)
    Active Member of Karachi University Geological Alumni Association (KUGGA)
    CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
    Founder and Faculty advisor of an International affiliated organization “American Association of
    Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) University of Karachi chapter”.
    Founder and Coordinator of “Pakistan Association of Petroleum Geoscientists (PAPG) University of
    Karachi Chapter”.
    Coordinator of “Karachi University Geology Alumni Association (KUGAA)”.
    Established Career Counseling House at Department of Geology University of Karachi in association
    with KUGAA and guide and counsel the students for their career development.
    Member of Geobulletin Board of Advisors, magazine AAPG-PAPG UoK Students Chapter.
    EVENT ORGANIZER
    Efforts to develop Liaison between Academia and Petroleum Industry.
    Technical Seminar Series: industry professionals delivered state of the art knowledge and share their
    experience.
    Career Counseling Program: industry renowned professionals guide students to plan their career a
    geoscientist.

    • Shahid Hussain

      1. Can you please simply the information for me? How many research articles were published in refereed international journals?

      2. What was the interdisciplinary project and how it was beneficial for Pakistan?

      • Haroon Aman

        Dear Shahid hussian I have checked The 1st position holder Dr. Noreed Sher in this award has impact factor of upto 20. u can check her name from rpa2011-2012.pdf

        So If u can do better than that…..

  19. Dr Aftab Ahmed Kandhro

    Congratulation to winners.

  20. Project Coordinator

    Dear the list will be uploaded also if you people are demanding, infact the decision was not from a single jury member it was a team and all were from different regions of Pakistan.
    secondly, the judgement criteria was, researh work must be in Pakistan, should be interdsiciplinary, novel, contribution to Pakistan, secondly the regular science publications without gape……you guys may think that only the number of publication is important, its important to show your continuous research activities, but their worth and electronic availability is also important.

    I am surprised that we rather to support the honest and such steps which are at your door step with out any demand , we in habit to doubt it.

    • Shahid Hussain

      Respected Project Coordinator,

      Will you kind enough to upload following information of winners:

      1. List of publications in refereed international journals
      2. The interdisciplinary project and how it was beneficial for Pakistan.

      I still got about 4 years to prepare myself for that (I applied this year too). I need to know, how much excellence the winner has got!

  21. Muhammad Shakeel Ahmad

    aah. i would need 5 yrs to get Ph.D and then win the award. 🙂 congrx to dear winner Drs. 🙂

  22. chand

    Dr salma Rafi contribution is for teaching not research, Paper presentation in conference is good but not equal to Impact factor journals because in conference by paying money you can present papers either good or bad who knows because resume does not show this.

    Anyhow Congratulation Winners

    • Shahid Hussain

      Anyhow………………………………………………………

  23. Mudabbir Sohail

    Heartiest Congratulations on this grand success to Qadeer Ahmed .

  24. Shahid Hussain

    Dear Friends,

    I have IF of 10+ up till now and I completed an excellent project. Probably, the winners have something IF 50+!!! Congratulations to all of them…

    SHAHID HUSSAIN (Doctoral Student)

    Thesis / Report

    • Thesis of Ph.D. Soil Science (2012). Bioavailable grain zinc in wheat varieties of Pakistan and strategies for biofortification (submitted for examination). University of Agriculture, Faisalabad
    • Thesis of M.Sc. (Hons.) Soil Science (2009). Root-zone Temperature influences zinc requirement of maize. University of Agriculture, Faisalabad
    • Internship Report of B.Sc. (Hons.) Soil Science (2008). Ground water evaluation in Punjab. University of Agriculture, Faisalabad

    Awards / Honours
    • HEC Indigenous Ph.D. Fellowship Awardee
    • HEC International Research Support Initiative Programme (Six month’s research training at University of Western Australia)
    • International Plant Nutrition Institute (USA) Scholar Award 2011

    Summary of Publications
    • Research/Review Papers: 13
    • Popular Articles: 01
    • Conference Abstracts: 11

    Refereed Research / Review Articles
    1. (201X) Naeem, M.A., M.A. Maqsood, S. Hussain, M.K. Khan and S. Kanwal. 2011. Irrigation with brackish water modifies boron requirement of mungbean (Vigna radiata L.) on Typic Calciargid. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science (doi:10.1080/03650340.2011.604774).
    2. (201X) Hussain, S., M.A. Maqsood, T. Aziz and S.M.A. Basra. 2012. Zinc bioavailability response curvature in wheat grains under incremental zinc applications. Archives of Agronomy and soil Science (doi: 10.1080/03650340.2012.701732).
    3. (201X) Ahmad, H.R., T. Aziz, S. Hussain, M.M. Hanafi, M. Akraam, M. Sabir and S.U.R. Khashif. Zinc enriched farm yard manure improves grain yield and grain zinc concentration in rice grown on a saline-sodic soil. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology (accepted)
    4. (201X) Hussain, S., M.A. Maqsood, Z. Rengel and T. Aziz. 2012. Biofortification and estimated human bioavailability of zinc in wheat grains as influenced by methods of zinc application. Plant and Soil (doi: 10.1007/s11104-012-1217-4)
    5. (2011) Maqsood M.A., S. Hussain, T. Aziz and M. Ashraf. 2011. Wheat-exuded organic acids influence zinc release from calcareous soils. Pedosphere 21(5): 657-665.
    6. (2012) Hussain, S., M.A. Maqsood, Z. Rengel and M.K. Khan. 2012. Mineral bioavailability in grains of Pakistani bread wheat declines from old to current cultivars. Euphytica 186 (1): 153–163.
    7. (2012) Hussain, S., M.A. Maqsood and L.V. Miller. 2012. Bioavailable Zinc in Grains of Bread Wheat Varieties of Pakistan. Cereal Research Communications 40 (1): 62–73.
    8. (2011) Sattar, S., M.A. Maqsood, S. Hussain, and Rahmatullah. 2011. Internal and External Phosphorus Requirements of Maize (Zea mays L.) Genotypes on Typic Calciargid. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 42 (2): 184–193.
    9. (2011) Hussain, S., M.A. Maqsood and Rahmatullah. 2011. Zinc release characteristics from calcareous soils using diethylenetriaminepentaacetic acid and other organic Acids. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 42 (15): 1870–1881.
    10. (2011) Hussain, S. and M.A. Maqsood. 2011. Root zone temperature influences nutrient accumulation and use in maize. Pakistan Journal of Botany 43 (3): 1551-1556.
    11. (2010) Hussain, S., M.A. Maqsood, Rahmatullah and S. Kanwal. 2010. Root-zone temperature influences zinc requirement of maize cultivars on a calcareous soil. Journal of Plant Nutrition 33 (13): 1960−1969.
    12. (2010) Hussain, S., M.A. Maqsood, M. Farhan-ul-Haque and S. Yousaf. 2010. Growth and Phosphorus Nutrition of Rice Exposed to Sodic Solutions at Different Calcium to Magnesium Ratios. Soil and Environment 29 (2): 206−212.
    13. (2010) Hussain, S., M.A. Maqsood and Rahmatullah. 2010. Increasing grain zinc and yield of wheat for the developing world: A Review. Emirates Journal of Food and Agriculture 22 (5): 326−339.

    Research / Review Articles Submitted to Refereed Journals
    1. Hussain, S., M.A. Maqsood, Z. Rengel and T. Aziz. 2012. Zinc bioavailability in milling fractions of biofortified wheat grains and in flours of different extraction rates. Journal of Science of Food and Agriculture
    2. Khan, M.K., M.A. Maqsood, M.A. Naeem, S. Hussain, T. Aziz and J. Schoenau. 2012. High sodium in irrigation water caused B toxicity at low 1 soil solution and shoot B concentration in maize (Zea mays L.). Journal of Plant Nutrition
    3. Iqbal, J., S. Hussain, S. Kanwal, T. Aziz and M.A. Maqsood. 2012. Zinc mitigates negative effects of brackish water by balancing ionic ratios in maize. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology

    Popular Articles
    1. (2010) Hussain, S. and M.A. Maqsood. 2010. Biofortifying Wheat Grain with Zinc – Agricultural Approach. Farming Outlook 9 (3): 22−27.

    Abstracts in Conferences
    1. (2012) Mehboob, M.Q., S. Hussain, M.A. Maqsood, J. Iqbal and M.A. Naeem. 2012. Potassium and zinc fertilization for improved plant growth and zinc translocation in wheat. p. 213. In: Z.A. Zahir (ed.), 14th Congress of Soil Science on Soil Science: Service to Mankind and Environment. 12−15 March, 2012. Lahore, Pakistan.
    2. (2012) Jan, M., S. Kanwal, S. Hussain and M.A. Farooq. 2012. Zinc availability and sorghum growth in soil amended with organic manures. p. 55. In: Z.A. Zahir (ed.), 14th Congress of Soil Science on Soil Science: Service to Mankind and Environment. 12−15 March, 2012. Lahore, Pakistan.
    3. (2011) Qamar-ul-Haq, H., S. Kanwal, S. Hussain and M.A. Maqsood. Effect of soil and foliar zinc application on yield and nutritional quality of sorghum fodder. p. 449. In: F. Zahoor (ed.), International Conference on Prospects & Challenges to Sustainable Agriculture. 14-16 July, 2011. The University of Azad Jammu & Kashmir, Rawala Kot (Pakistan).
    4. (2011) Iqbal, J., S. Kanwal, S. Hussain, M.A. Maqsood and M. Khawar. 2011. Maize response to zinc application irrigated with water of different SAR levels. p. 450. In: F. Zahoor (ed.), International Conference on Prospects & Challenges to Sustainable Agriculture. 14-16 July, 2011. The University of Azad Jammu & Kashmir, Rawala Kot (Pakistan).
    5. (2011) Hussain, S., M.A. Maqsood and L.V. Miller. 2011. Bioavailable Zinc in Grains of Bread Wheat Varieties of Pakistan. p. 413. In: F. Zahoor (ed.), International Conference on Prospects & Challenges to Sustainable Agriculture. 14-16 July, 2011. The University of Azad Jammu & Kashmir, Rawala Kot (Pakistan).
    6. (2010) Naeem, M.A., Rahmatullah, M.A. Maqsood, S. Hussain and M.K. Khan. 2010. Internal and external boron requirement of mung bean irrigated with water of different SAR. p. 109. In: Z.A. Zahir (ed.). 13th Congress of Soil Science on Efficient Resources Management for Sustainable Agriculture. 24−27 March, 2010. Faisalabad Pakistan.
    7. (2010) Maqsood, M.A., Rahmatullah, T. Aziz, M. Ashraf and S. Hussain. 2010. Sustainable agriculture through integrated soil fertility management on degraded lands. p. 135 In: International Conference on soil Classification and Land Reclamation of Degraded Lands in Arid Environments. 17−19 May, 2010. Abu Dhabi, UAE.
    8. (2010) Khan, M.K., Rahmatullah, M.A. Maqsood, S. Hussain and M.A. Naeem. 2010. Critical boron requirements of maize irrigated with water of different SAR values. p. 246. In: Z.A. Zahir (ed.). 13th Congress of Soil Science on Efficient Resources Management for Sustainable Agriculture. 24−27 March, 2010. Faisalabad Pakistan.
    9. (2010) Hussain, S., Rahmatullah, M.A. Maqsood. 2010. Retention and release behaviour of zinc from important agricultural soils of Punjab. p. 85. In: Z.A. Zahir (ed.). 13th Congress of Soil Science on Efficient Resources Management for Sustainable Agriculture. 24−27 March, 2010. Faisalabad Pakistan. (Presented)
    10. (2010) Hussain, S., Rahmatullah, M.A. Maqsood and S. Kanwal. 2010. Soil temperature influences zinc requirement of maize cultivars. p. 47. In: I.A. Khan and A.A. Chatha (eds.). International Symposium on Modern Techniques in Agriculture to Ensure Food Security in Pakistan. 13−14 October, 2009. University of Agriculture, Faisalabad- Pakistan. (Presented)
    11. (2009)Hussain, S., Rahmatullah, M.A. Maqsood. 2009. Grain yield and biofortification of cereals with zinc. p 36. In: International conference on sustainable food grain production, challenges and opportunities. 26−27 October, 2009. University of Agriculture, Faisalabad- Pakistan.

  25. Dr Aftab Ahmed Kandhro

    Dear Researchers followed the site and see the achievements of Dr. Noreen Sher Akbar. amazing contribution, specially in 2012.

    http://ceme.nust.edu.pk/new/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=413&Itemid=88

    Regards
    Dr Aftab Ahmed Kandhro
    Senior scientific Officer
    PCSIR Labs Complex Karachi

    • Shahid Hussain

      Really nice to see quality publications…

  26. Dr.Riffat

    i have published 30 research papers, 18 popular articles in national newspapers, presented 36 research paper in conferences at presented conducting 2 research projects and 7 students are working under my supervision on different topic for M.Phil & Ph.D degree what about my application????????????????? it means there is no merit no justice?????????????????????
    i really disappointed from this.

    • Shahid Hussain

      My sympathises are with you, Dr. Riffat.

      • Shahid Hussain

        * sympathies

  27. Barkat

    RESEARCH PUBLICATION
    1. Barkat Ali Khan, Naveed Akhtar, Tariq Mahmood, Haji M. Shoaib, Mughal Qayum, Tariq Saeed. Effects of Antioxidants and Flavonoids of Sea Buckthorn on Skin Whitening and Skin Erythema. Asian Journal of Chemistry. 2011, 23(2): 903-906. (Impact Factor: 0.266).

    2. Tariq Mahmood, Naveed Akhtar, Barkat Ali Khan, Haji M Shoaib Khan, Tariq Saeed. Outcomes of 3% Green Tea Emulsion on Skin Sebum Production in Male Volunteers. Bosnian Journal of Basic Medical Sciences. 2010, 10(3): 260-264. (Impact Factor: 0.489).

    3. Tariq Mahmood, Naveed Akhtar, Barkat Ali Khan, Mahmood Ahmad, Haji M Shoaib Khan, Shahiq Uz Zaman. Applications of a Stable Green Tea Extract Cream on Human Cheeks. International Journal of Academic Research. 2010, 2(2): 121-126.

    4. Tariq Mahmood, Naveed Akhtar, Barkat Ali Khan. The Morphology, Characteristics, and Medicinal Properties of Camellia sinensis’ Tea. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. 2010, 4(19): 2028-2033. (Impact Factor: 0.879).

    5. Naveed Akhtar, Barkat A Khan, Tariq Mahmood, Rashida Parveen, Mughal Qayum, Masood Anwar, Shahiq-uz-zaman, Muhammad Farooq. Formulation and Evaluation of Anti Sebum Secretion Effects of Sea Buckthorn W/O Emulsion. Journal of Pharmacy and Bioallied Sciences. 2010, 2(1): 13-17.

    6. Barkat A Khan, Naveed Akhtar, Tariq Mahmood, Mughal Qayum, Shahiq-uz-Zaman. Formulation and Pharmaceutical Evaluation of a W/O Emulsion of Hippophae rhamnoides fruit extract. Journal of Pharmacy Research. 2010, 3(6): 1342-1344. (Impact Factor: 2.36).

    7. Barkat A Khan, Naveed Akhtar, Tariq Mahmood. A Comprehensive Review of a Magic Plant, Hippophae rhamnoides. Pharmacognosy Journal. 2010, 2(16): 58-61.

    8. Haji M. Shoaib Khan, Naveed Akhtar, Fatima Rasool, Asadulllah Madni, Tariq Saeed, Barkat A. Khan, Tariq Mahmood. Investigation of a New Sebum Control Cream Containing Apple Juice Extract. Asian Journal of Chemistry. 2011, 23(2): 810-812. (Impact Factor: 0.266).

    9. Haji M Shoaib Khan, Naveed Akhtar, Fatima Rasool, Barkat Ali Khan, Tariq Mahmood, Muhammad Shuaib Khan. In Vivo Evaluation of Stable Cream Containing Flavonoids on Hydration and TEWL of Human Skin. International Journal of Agricultural and Biological Sciences. 2011, 1(1): 22-25.

    10. Naveed Akhtar, Arshad Mahmood, Barkat Ali Khan. Exploring Cucumber Extract for Skin Rejuvenation. African Journal of Biotechnology. 2011, 10 (7): 1206-1216. (Impact Factor: 0.573).

    11. Naveed Akhtar, Shahiq-uz-zaman, Barkat Ali Khan, Haji M Shoaib Khan, Mahmood Ahmad, Fatima Rasool, Tariq Mahmood and Akhtar Rasul. Evaluation of Various Functional Skin Parameters Using a Topical Cream of Calendula Officinalis Extract. African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. 2011, 5 (2): 199-206. (Impact Factor: 0.839).

    12. Naveed Akhtar, Masood Anwar, Barkat Ali Khan, Tariq Mahmood, Shahiq-Uz-Zaman. Formulation Development and Pharmaceutical Evaluation of a W/O Emulsion of Coleus Extract. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research. 2011, 45 (3) 236-241. (Impact Factor: 0.106).

    13. Rehan zafar paracha, Haroon Khan, M. Farid Khan, Zahid Rasul Niazi, Kamran Ahmad Khan, Syed Umar Jan, Barkat Ali Khan, Hashmat Ullah, Abdul Wahab. Concentration and time dependent effects of zinc chloride on Gluthione level in aqueous medium. Gomal University Research Journal. 2010, 26 (2) 9-14 (HEC X category Journal).

    14. Barkat Ali Khan, Naveed Akhtar, Tariq Mahmood, Haji M.Shoaib Khan, Shahiq-Uz-Zaman1, Akhtar Rasul, Muhammad Iqbal, Atif Ali, Salimullah Khan and Mughal Qayum. In Vivo Study of SC Water Content and TEWL Using a Newly Formulated Topical Cream of Hippophae rhamnoides Fruit Extract. African Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmacology. 2011, 5(8) 1092-1095. (Impact Factor: 0.839).

    15. Mughal Qayum, Muhammad Nisar, Barkat Ali Khan, Mussarat Akhtar, Waqar Ahmad, Kaleem, Muhammad Imran Khan, Tariq Mahmood, Shakir Ahmad Shahid and M. Zia-Ul-Haq. Nematicidal Potential of Impatiens Bicolor royle. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. 2011, 5(20) 5138-5141. (Impact Factor: 0.879).

    16. Naveed Akhtar, Shahiq-Uz-Zaman, Barkat Ali Khan, Muhammad Naeem Amir, Muhammad Ali Ebrahimzadeh. Calendula Extract: Effects on Mechanical Parameters of Human Skin. Acta Poloniea Pharmaceutica Drug Research. 2011, 68(5) 693-701. (Impact Factor: 0.663).

    17. Akhtar Rasul, Naveed Akhtar, Barkat Ali Khan, Tariq Mahmood, Shahiq uz Zaman, Atif Ali, Haji M. Shoaib Khan and Rashida Parveen. Evaluation for antierythmic and depigmenting effects of a newly formulated emulsion containing basil extract. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. 2011, 5(26) 6249-6253. (Impact Factor: 0.879).

    18. Naveed Akhtar, Barkat Ali Khan, Abdul Majid, Haji M. Shoaib Khan, Tariq Mahmood, Gulfishan and Tariq Saeed. Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical Evaluation of Extracts from Different Plant Parts of Indigenous Origin for their Hypoglycemic Responses in Rabbits. Acta Poloniea Pharmaceutica Drug Research. 2011, 68(6) 919-925. (Impact Factor: 0.663).

    19. Naveed Akhtar, Tariq Mahmood, Barkat Ali Khan, Haji M Shoaib Khan, Tariq Saeed. Depigmenting and Anti Erythematic Effects of 3% Green Tea Emulsion. HealthMed. 2011, 5(5) 1165-1169. (Impact Factor: 0.435).

    20. Akhtar Rasul, Naveed Akhtar, Barkat Ali Khan, Tariq Mahmood, Shahiq uz Zaman, Atif Ali, Haji M. Shoaib Khan and Rashida Parveen. Assessment of anti erythmic and skin whitening effects of milk thistle extract. African Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmacology. 2011, 5(20) 2306 – 2309. (Impact Factor: 0.839).

    21. Naveed Akhtar, Jehad Hisham, Barkat Ali Khan, Haji M. Shoaib Khan, Tariq Mahmood, Akhtar Rasul, Muhammad Iqbal and Mughal Qayum. Cosmetic Application of Phenolic Cream from Mulberry Bark Extract. Asian Journal of Chemistry. 2012, 24 (4) 1805-1808. (Impact Factor: 0.266).

    22. K. Farzana, S. Noreen, B. Nasir, S. Azhar, A. Mumtaz, A. Sethi, M. H. B. Asad,
    B. A. Khan, S. A. Khan and G. Murtaza. Comparative analysis of minimum inhibitory concentration of various brands of cephalosporin against clinical isolates of Staphylococcus aureus. Scientific Research and Essays. 2011, 6(31), 6428-6434. (Impact Factor: 0.445).

    23. Rasul A, Akhtar N, Khan BA, Mahmood T, Uz Zaman S, Shoaib Khan HM: Formulation development of a cream containing fennel extract: in vivo evaluation for anti-aging effects. DiePharmazie. 2012, 67 (1), 54-58 (Impact Factor: 1.006).

    24. Haroon Khan, Mohammad Farid Khan, Naseem Ullah, Muhammad Mukhtiar, Naheed Haque, Barkat Ali, Abdul wahab, Arshad Farid, Kamal Shah. Effect of Aluminium Acetyl Acetonate on the Chemical Status of Glutathione by Influential Parameters in Aqueous Medium. International Journal of Basic Medical Sciences and Pharmacy. 2011, 1 (1), 23-26.

    25. Barkat Ali Khan, Naveed Akhtar, Haji Muhammad Shoaib Khan, Khalid Waseem, Tariq Mahmood, Akhtar Rasul, Muhammad Iqbal and Haroon Khan. Basics of Pharmaceutical Emulsions: A Review. African Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmacology. 2011, 5(25), 2715-2725 (Impact Factor: 0.839).

    26. Barkat Ali Khan, Naveed Akhtar, Khalid Waseem, Tariq Mahmood, Akhtar Rasul, Muhammad Iqbal and Shahiq-uz-Zaman. Visio Scan® VC98, Corneometer MPA 5 and Tewameter MPA 5. African Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmacology. 2011, 6(3), 225-227 (Impact Factor: 0.839).

    27. Barkat Ali Khan, Naveed Akhtar, Akhtar Rasul, Tariq Mahmood, Haji Muhammad Shoaib Khan, Shahiq-Uz-Zaman, Muhammad Iqbal and Ghulam Murtaza. Investigation of the effects of extraction solvent/technique on the antioxidant activity of Cassia fistula L. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. 2012, 6(3), 500-503 (Impact Factor: 0.879).

    28. Barkat Ali Khan, Naveed Akhtar, Akhtar Rasul, Haroon Khan, Ghulam Murtaza, Atif Ali, Kamran Ahmad Khan, Shahiq-uz-Zaman, Adnan Jameel, Khalid Waseem and Tariq Mahmood. Human skin, aging and antioxidants. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. 2012, 6(1), 1-6 (Impact Factor: 0.879).

    29. Naveed Akhtar, Ali B. Khan, Said Muhammad, Mahmood Ahmed, Haji M. Shoaib Khan, Fatima Rasool and Tariq Saeed. Formulation and Characterization of a Cream Containing Terminalia Chebula Extract. Forschende Komplementärmedizin (Research in Complimentary Medicine). 2012, 19(1), 20-25 (Impact Factor: 1.556).

    30. Shahiq uz Zaman, Naveed Akhtar, Barkat Ali Khan, Tariq Mahmood, Akhtar Rasul, Arshad Mahmood, Muhammad Naeem Aamir and Atif Ali. Development of a Sebum Control Cream from a Local Desert Plant Capparis Decidua. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. 2012, 6(5), 744-748 (Impact Factor: 0.879).

    31. Barkat Ali Khan. Plagiarism: An Academic Theft, a Letter to Editor. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Investigation. 2012, 1(4), 55.

    32. Atif Ali, Naveed Akhtar, Barkat Ali Khan, Muhammad Shoaib Khan, Akhtar Rasul, Shahiq-UZ-Zaman, Nayab Khalid, Khalid Waseem, Tariq Mahmood and Liaqat Ali. Acacia nilotica: A plant of multipurpose medicinal uses. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. 2012, 6(9), 1492-1496 (Impact Factor: 0.879).

    33. Haji Muhammad Shoaib Khan, Qamar-uz-zaman, Barkat Ali Khan, Mahtab Arif, Ahmad Raza, Anamul-Haq. Retrospective Analysis of 68 Cases of Dengue Fever. Pakistan Journal of Medical Research. 2012, 51(1), 18-20 (HEC Recognized).

    34. B Nasir, SNH Shah, G Murtaza, N Shahid, M Akhtar, BA Khan, S Azhar, A Mumtaz, A Waseem, SA Khan, M Ubaid, S Noreen. New HPLC method for the determination of artemether in injections. Scientific Research and Essays. 2012, 7(10), 1165-1168. (Impact Factor: 0.445).

    35. Tariq Mahmood, Naveed Akhtar and Barkat Ali Khan. Herbs as alternate in treating acne. LETTER TO THE EDITOR. Bratislava Medical Journal. 2012, 113 (2), 125-125. (Impact Factor: 0.403).

    36. Tariq Mahmood, Naveed Akhtar, Barkat Ali Khan, Haji Muhammad Shoaib Khan. Changes in Skin Mechanical Properties after Long-Term Application of Grean Tea Extract Containing Cream. Aging Clinical and Experimental Research. 2011, 23 (5), 333-336. (Impact Factor: 1.559).

    37. Haroon Khan, M. Farid Khan, Barkat Ali Khan, Ghulam Razaque, Naheed Haque, Basira Akhter, Bakht Zareen. Evaluation of the Interaction of Aluminium Metal with Glutathione in Human Blood Components. Biomedical Research. 2012, 23 (2), 237-240. (Impact Factor: 0.119).

    38. Tariq Mahmood, Naveed Akhtar, Barkat Ali Khan and Akhtar Rasul. Formulation and characterization of a green tea extract containing emulsion prepared with Abil®EM90 as a lipophilic surfactant. African Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmacology. 2012, 6(19), 1395-1399. (Impact Factor: 0.839).

    39. Barkat Ali Khan and Naveed Akhtar. Phytochemical analysis and acute toxicity tests of two medicinal plant extracts. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. 2012, 6(19), 3545-3548. (Impact Factor: 0.879).

    LIST OF PAPERS ACCEPTED

    1. Antioxidant potential and chemical constituents of Impatiens bicolor royle. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. (Impact Factor: 0.879). Ms Number : JMPR-11-551

    2. Platelet Aggregation and Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Garden Pea, Desi Chickpea and Kabuli Chickpea. Acta Poloniea Pharmaceutica Drug Research. (Impact Factor: 0.665).

    3. Anti-Aging Effects of Hippophae rhamnoides Emulsion on Human Skin. Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. (Impact Factor: 0.828).

    4. The Morphology, Extractions, Chemical Constituents and Uses of Terminalia Chebula: A Review. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. (Impact Factor: 0.879). Ms Number: JMPR-11-1339.

    5. Nematicidal potential of selected flora of Pakistan. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. (Impact Factor: 0.879). Ms Number: JMPR-11-1532.

    6. Botanical Description of Coleus forskohlii: A Mini Review. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. (Impact Factor: 0.879). Ms Number: JMPR-11-1417.

    7. Oxidation of Glutathione in Blood Plasma Due To Oxidative Stressors: Silver. African Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmacology. AJPP-11-790.

    8. Sebumeteric and mexameteric evaluations after long term repeated applications of cream containing fennel extract. ScienceAsia Journal. (Impact Factor: 0.344). Ms Number: 2011-0404.

    LIST OF CONFERENCE PAPERS

    1. Glycyrrhiza glabra extract cream: effects on Skin pigment “melanin. Naveed Akhtar, Haji M.Shoaib khan Amna Iqbal, Barkat Ali Khan, Sajid Bashir. Presented at International Conference on Bioscience, Biochemistry and Bioinformatics (ICBBB 2011), Singapore.

    2. Akhtar N, Khan BA, Khan MS, Mahmood T, Khan HMS, Iqbal M and Bashir S. Formulation Development and Moisturising Effects of a Topical Cream of Aloe Vera Extract. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology. 75, 2011

    3. Naveed Akhtar, Shahiq Uz Zaman, Barkat Ali khan. Calendula Officinalis Extract Cream: Effects on Skin Pigment “Melanin.” Meeting of the Post graduate students of pharmaceutical sciences Izmar Turkey. June 2010.

    4. Naveed Akhtar, Gulfishan, Haji M Shoaib Khan , Tariq Mahmood , Barkat A Khan. Bioengineering technique used to study the effects of grapefruit extract containing emulsion. International Symposium on Drug Research and Development “From Chemistry to Medicine. Hacettepe University, Turkey. May 2011.

    5. Fatima RASOOL, Shams UL-HASSAN, Haji Muhammad Shoaib KHAN, Naveed AKHTAR, Barkat Ali KHAN, Atif ALİ, Asadullah MADNİ. Formulation and Characterization of Two Bleach Creams of Mulberry Extract and Comparison of Their Effects on Human Skin Melanin and Erythema. International Symposium on Drug Research and Development “From Chemistry to Medicine. Hacettepe University, Turkey. May 2011.

    LIST OF BOOK PUBLISHED

    1. GREEN TEA IN SKIN CARE, A New Approach. ISBN: 978-3-8433-8487-2. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Germany, 2011
    2. SUSTAINED RELEASE TABLETS, Use of Natural Gums. ISBN 978-3-8443-2371-9. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Germany, 2011

  28. Barkat

    I have presented research papers in the following conferences….

    International Conference on Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering held at Bangkok, Thailand on March 29-31, 2011. (Presented a Research paper)
    “Academic Writing for Research” held at university of Management and Technology Lahore on May 27-28th, 2011.
    Cascading of Ensuring Training Effectiveness. Held at video conference room, main auditorium Baghdad-ul-Jadeed Campus, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur on 19-21st September, 2011.
    17TH INTERNATIONAL PHARMACY CONFERENCE AND EXCIBITION. MARRIOTT ISLAMA ABAD. 19-21 APRIL 2012.
    12th National and 3rd International Conference of Botany (ICB-2012) Sep. 1-3, 2012. Quidi Azam University Islamabad.

  29. Hammad

    Congratulations all winner. I personally know Dr. Qadeer Ahmad, a very hard working and intelligent guy..
    For most of the commentators here:-
    Typical problem with Pakistanis: Jealous of each other..
    The winners earned their place.. work harder instead of being jealous and blaming the jury.

  30. M Adeel Ansari

    Contratz….

  31. chand

    Dear barkat

    i dnt want to say any more on these awards 🙁

    For you and all please do not mentioned the book published by LAP Germany. Everyone knows credibility of these publisher’s book.

  32. Dr. Noreen Sher Akbar

    Dear Dr Aftab Ahmed Kandhro thank you so much for such nice comments its great pleasure for me that you give me honour, Now i have 92 international publications with I. F= almost 100 and 500 citations i will update my CV on my nust college of EME cite, i have more than 100 papers submitted in ISI Journals, I just do the work for my country
    The words my supervisor Dr. Sohail Nadeem written for me are listed below

    CITATION

    Name: Dr. Noreen Sher Akbar Field: Applied Mathematics
    Assistant Professor
    National University of Sciences and Technology
    College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
    Peshawer Road Rawalpindi

    Dr. Noreen Sher Akbar born in 1984 has completed her entire education from Pakistan. She secured first division thorough out her career. Her research areas include Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids, peristaltic motion, blood flow through arteries and solutions of non-linear differential equations. Dr. Noreen Sher Akbar has published (and accepted) more than 92 research papers in ISI international journals of high repute. Most of her research papers have been published in USA, UK, Germany and Netherlands etc. Her impact factor is more than 95 and citations are more than 500. She received University merit fellowship during M.Phil and Ph.D. studies. She has active research collaboration with Professors of leading universities of USA, Turkey, Tunisia and Germany. She has the honour of publishing 92 research papers at the age of 28 years. She has been already declared amongst the productive scientists and from last 2 years got research productivity award by the PCST. Her research work has wide applications in engineering sciences, food engineering, oil exploration, earth quake engineering chemical engineering, mechanical engineering peristaltic motion, bio-mechanics and blood flow through arteries etc.
    In addition to her research work she has completed a research project title “Influence of heat transfer on the peristaltic motion of non- Newtonian fluids with different wave shapes” as a Co-Principal Investigator, and currently submitted a research project title “Peristaltic flows of nanofluids with different flow geometries” as a Principal Investigator.

    • Shahid Hussain

      I feel proud to see you as my country fellow. Congratulations, Dear Dr. Noreen Sher Akbar.

    • Narjis Fatima

      really proud to of u..u r the real daughter of soil..done everything from pakistan..:)

  33. Saleha Kiran

    Heartist Congragulations to Winners
    A good step By NAYS
    All above coments Plz Congargrts to winners Y you are Beign Baised
    May Be ALLAH give you more then This:)
    Be Positive 🙂
    I hope You Pplz Understand.

  34. Sajid Mahmood

    congratz, Dr. Noreen Sher

  35. Muhammad Salman Qureshi

    Great initiative by NAYS. Congratulations to the winners.

  36. Aamir Cheema

    Hi Everyone,

    Heartiest congratulations to the winners of the award. Please keep doing the great work.

    NAYS is working very hard to promote young researchers and is taking very positive initiatives and this is one such example. I think we must appreciate this effort of NAYS. So, please do not destroy their efforts just because you think you were a strong candidate for the award. Please congratulate the winners and show your open mindedness (which is very important for researchers anyway). Your research work is your biggest award and do not belittle yourself and your achievements by not appreciating the winners. Keep doing the good work and you will also be honored sooner or later.

    Best Regards,
    Aamir

  37. Dr. Noreen Sher Akbar

    Dear Coordinator when will be the Award Ceremony for youngest scientist awards

  38. Professor Dr. Salimullah Khan

    Congrats to all three for their valuable contributions to the world of knowledge and also to the Project coordinator of the award and her team for recognizing the efforts of young scientists.

  39. Haroon Aman

    Dear applicants, now a days the fresh doctors even in pakistan have their Impact factors > 20. Especially form QAU where people work in groups and collaborations in europe and america. So don’t be disappointed and keep working hard. It will definitely pay back at some other time.

    Congratulations….!!! to all the winners….

    ***********IF U WANT TO BE THE BEST…..U HAVE TO DO THE BEST*******

  40. Shadab Zaidi

    Salam
    Dr Salma Rafi is my Teacher in Karachi University and She is very interesting teacher who gives lots of knowledge to me with lots of courage

  41. Jawad

    Proud of you ppl and i am scared so many publication i finished my Bachelor this year going for MS to china later i want to do phd major mechanical manufacture and automation need guidance Means i always read and heard paper publication is important but now have seen ATB ppl

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