Guest Speaker Lecture by Dr Jawed Iqbal (MCE) to NUST Community Services Club
Maj Dr Muhammad Jawed Iqbal was invited as a guest speaker at NUST H12 Campus,Islamabad to deliver a lecture on the title “Disaster Management Cycle and Possible Contributions by Volunteers” to the students of NUST Community Services Club. Dr. Jawed apprised the audience about the various vulnerabilities within Pakistan with respect to disasters and also enlightened about the importance of the role of volunteers to be played in the due course of time during different stages of Disaster Management. The lecture was attended by approximately 300 students of final year from NBS, CME, SME and ASAB.
Major Dr Muhammad Jawed Iqbal is a graduate of MCE(NUST) Risalpur Campus. He did his Masters and PhD in Transportation Engineering in 2009. Dr Jawed also attended postgraduate course in Disaster Management at AIT, Thailand. He is member of various professional engineering bodies.
Dr Jawed research interests include Traffic flow theories, Transportation Management, Transportation Master Planning, Congestion Management, Road Safety Audit and Highway Design. In Disaster Management domain he is currently working on Risk Perception, Risk Analysis, Gender Mainstreaming and Child Education Curriculum for Disaster Management. etc. He has more than 15 research publications in reputed international and national research journals on his credit.
He is also a member of HEC’s National Curriculum Review Committee on Disaster Management.Presently, Dr Jawed is a faculty member of MCE(NUST) Risalpur Campus and teaching different courses to MS Disaster Management