Top 08 Educationaist of Pakistan

Educationists are self-motivated, system pressures, or political main fields. They are advocates who serve the genuine importance of students in any educational setting. They help students’ natural want to create and contribute to the world they live in. Educationist are teachers of content.

Farhat Hashmi

Farhat Hashmi is one of the most influential contemporary Muslim scholars or Ulama particularly in Pakistan, the United Kingdom and the United States. She has had a profound impact on the religiosity and understanding of Islam by women since the 1990s when she started her program of Qur'anic education. Dr. Hashmi established the first center of her institution "Al-Huda International" in a building in downtown Islamabad. Since then, Al-Huda centers have been established in most of the cities of Pakistan, USA and Canada to impart the pristine teachings of the Qur'an and Hadith. Besides regular courses, the centers conduct special workshops, which are open to the general public. One of the largest centers is located in Clifton, a posh locality of Karachi.

Ghulam Mustafa Khan

Ghulam Mustafa Khan was a researcher, critic, linguist, author, scholar of Urdu literature & linguistics, educationist and religious & spiritual leader belonging to Naqshbandi order of Sufism. He was one of the most notable people of Hyderabad, Sindh Pakistan. He published a large number of research papers and still larger number of books, translations, compilations, numbering about ninety three. His book on "'Iqbal & Quran" was awarded as the best book ever written on this subject and was awarded gold medal by Idara-e-Adabiyat Pakistan.

Zafar Ishaq Ansari

Zafar Ishaq Ansari is a scholar of Islamic Studies. He is the Director General of the Islamic Research Institute of the International Islamic University. Previously, he has also been the President of the International Islamic University Islamabad. He has published a number of books and articles, and has spoken at international conferences on Islamic Studies and inter-religious dialogue. Dr. Ansari obtained his M.A. and Ph.D. from the Institute of Islamic Studies, McGill University, Montreal, Canada in 1966. His main thesis for his PhD program was titled “The Early Development of Fiqh in Kufah with special reference to the works of Abu Yusuf and Shaybani”.

Mian Bakhsh Laghari

Professor Mian Bakhsh Laghari was a Pakistani (Sindhi) scholar who translated many books from sindhi to English and English to sindhi. He was born in 1944 in the village of Jaffar Khan Laghari District Sanghar Sindh, Pakistan. He died following a road accident on December 25th 1999, near Jamshoro Sindh, Pakistan. He is now buried in Jaffar Khan Laghari District Sanghar Sindh, Pakistan. His funeral service was held in Sindh University Housing Society Jamshoro , attended by hundreds of people, including ex-federal minister, governor, chief minister and chairman of Sindh National Front Sardar Mumtaz Ali Khan Bhutto.

Talat Farooq

Talat Farooq is an educator, human rights activist, poet, columnist, and the executive editor of the research journal Criterion Quarterly in Islamabad, Pakistan. Criterion describes itself as a quarterly magazine that aims "at producing well researched articles for discerning readership," and indicates that "the editorial board is neutral in its stance.” Farooq holds an M.Phil. in American Studies. Farooq writes poetry in Urdu, Pothwari, and Seraiki, and her collection Title Key Rang Hazaar – one of two poetry collections she has written – highlights women's issues.

Wasiullah Khan

Wasiullah Khan is the founder and chancellor of East-West University, a private, non-profit, non-denominational college based in Chicago's South Loop neighbourhood. He is also a veteran of the Pakistani Educational system, working in the mid-to-late 50s in Government College, Sukkur.

Ghazala Rahman Rafiq

Ghazala Rahman Rafiq is an educationist, and social reformer from Karachi, Pakistan. Daughter of the eminent Hassanally A. Rahman Zubedi, founder of the Women's Action Forum, in addition to that she is a freelance writer and has written numerous articles on Education Policy in Sindh and Pakistan.

Cusrow J Dubash

Dr Cusrow J Dubash is the associate professor of Education. He is also the vice rector at Forman Christian College (A Chartered University) Lahore. He has been teaching for 35 years and training the teachers for more than 25 years. He did his BS and Master in microbiology from Karachi University. After this he did two master in Education. One in executive and second in administration from USA. He did his Ph.D in Educational Psychology from the Washington International University, USA.