Muhammad Asif

Muhammad Asif


Muhammad Asif teaches English language as an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Information Technology, University of Central Punjab-Lahore. In addition, he has taught at the University Of Wisconsin- Madison WI, USA as a Fulbright Foreign Language Teacher. He also worked for seven and a half years as a Senior Lecturer in English at NAMAL College, Mianwali- an Associate College University of Bradford, UK, in the capacity of Lecturer in English at the National University of Modern Languages Islamabad, Pakistan and as Head of English Department at RANA University in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Rather than sticking to one particular teaching methodology, Mr. Muhammad Asif takes an eclectic teaching approach with undergraduate students as well as communicative (interactionist) approach with the post graduate students. He believes in creating a friendly environment where students can easily share their thoughts and are able to enhance their learning. Moreover, Mr. Asif has the experience of working with students from varying backgrounds and hold his students’ social, cultural, and linguistic background in high esteem. He has always believed that learning is a never ending process; it is from cradle to grave. This belief compelled him to follow knowledge like a sinking star.

Course Currently Teaching:

  1. English – II (Communication Skills)

Courses Taught:

  1. English Language Integrated Skills
    (Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking)
  2. Introduction to Linguistics
  3. General Linguistics
  4. Phonetics & Phonology
  5. Sociolinguistics
  6. Stylistics
  7. History of English Language
  8. Teaching of English as a Foreign Language
  9. Functional English-I
  10. English Composition
  11. Business English
  12. Communication Skills
  13. IELTS / TOEFL Preparatory Classes


Ph.D. in English (Linguistics)
International Islamic University (IIU) Islamabad, Pakistan
Master of Philosophy (M. Phil.) in English 2015
Qurtaba University Of Science & INFO. TECH. Peshawar, Pakistan
Thesis title: “The Impact of Phonological Deviations on Character Depiction in George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion”
Master in English Language, Literature & Applied Linguistics 2008
National University O Modren Languages Islamabad, Pakistan
Bachelor of Arts 2005
University Of Peshawar, Peshawar, Pakistan


Assistant Professor (English)
University Of Central Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan
2016 – Present
Senior Lecturer in English
Namal College, Mianwali, Pakistan
Sep. 2014 – Sep. 2016
Fulbright Foreign Language Teacher
University Of Wisconsin-Madison, WI, USA
Aug. 2013- June 2014
Lecturer in English
National University Of Modren Languages.
Jan. 2011 – Aug. 2013
Lecturer & Head, English Department
Rana University-KABUL, Kabul, Afghanistan
April 2009- Dec. 2010
Lecturer in English
Euro Institute Of Management Sciences, Peshawar, Pakistan
Aug. 2008-April 2009

Professional Skills

Frequent user of a personal computer with operating system, MS Office, and the Internet surfing; excellent oral and written communication; good interpersonal skills; motivated and able to excel with minimal supervision and resources; willing to participate in a wide range of professional development circumstances, positive and professional attitude; energetic and keen to join flexible team-players in a multi-cultural workplace.


  1. English (fluent – reading, writing, speaking and listening)
  2. Urdu (fluent – reading, writing, speaking, and listening)
  3. Pashto (fluent – reading, writing, speaking, and listening)
+92-42-35880007 Ext: 491
Faculty of Information Technology, University of Central Punjab

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