Dr. Muhammad Ramzan
Category: Faculty
Published on: January 2, 2015
Last updated on July 23rd, 2020
Personal Information
Name Dr. Muhammad Ramzan
Email mramzan@bahria.edu.pk
Phone 9260002 ext 1435
Research Area Wave Mechanics/Fluid Mechanics
Number of Publications Journals = 95

Conference = 5

Book /Book Chapter = 1

Affiliation
Designation Sr. Professor
Department Computer Science
University Bahria University Islamabad Campus
Qualification
Degree Passing Year Majors University
Ph.D 2010 Wave Motion Quaid-i-Azam University, Pakistan
MS 1998 Business Administration Preston University, Pakistan
M.Sc 1992 Mathematics Punjab University, Pakistan
Teaching Experience
Designation From To Organization
Sr. Professor July 2018 Date Bahria University,
Islamabad, Pakistan
Professor 2016 July 2018 Bahria University,
Islamabad, Pakistan
Associate
Professor
2014 2016 Majmaah University, College of Science, Al-Zulfi, Saudi Arabia
Associate Professor 2010 2014 Mohammad Ali Jinnah University (MAJU),IslamabadPakistan
Associate Professor / Assistant Professor 2000 2010 Bahria University,
Islamabad, Pakistan
Publications

Journals:

S. No.
1 Thermally stratified Darcy Forchheimer flow on a moving thin needle with homogeneous heterogeneous reactions and non-uniform heat source/sink, Applied Sciences, 10 (2020) 432
2 Numerical analysis of carbon nanotube-based nanofluid unsteady flow amid two rotating disks with hall current coatings and homogeneous–heterogeneous reactions, Coatings, 10(1) (2020) 168 (Impact factor 2.350)
3 Radiative MHD nanofluid flow over a moving thin needle with entropy generation in a porous medium with dust particles and hall current, Entropy, 22 (2020) 354 (Impact factor 2.419)
4 Solidification of PCM with nano powders inside a heat exchanger, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 306 (2020) 112892 (Impact factor 4.561)
5 Nanomaterial between two plates which are squeezed with impose magnetic force, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, (2020) doi.org/10.1007/s10973-020-09619-6 (Impact factor 2.042)
6 Effects of chemical species and nonlinear thermal radiation with 3D Maxwell nanofluid flow with double stratification—an analytical solution, Entropy, 22 (2020) 453 (Impact factor 2.419)
7 Darcy-Forchheimer 3D Williamson nanofluid flow with generalized Fourier and Fick’s laws in a stratified medium, Bulletin of The Polish Academy 0f Sciences Technical Sciences, (2020) (Impact factor 1.277)
8 Unsteady MHD carbon nanotubes suspended nanofluid flow with thermal stratification and nonlinear thermal radiation, Accepted, AEJ- Alexandria Engineering Journal, 59(3) 1557-1566 (2020) (Impact factor 3.696)
9 Modeling of MHD hybrid nanofluid flow through permeable enclosure, International Journal of Modern Physics C, (2020) (Impact factor 1.153)
10 Onset of gyrotactic microorganisms in MHD Micropolar nanofluid flow with partial slip and double stratification, Journal of King Saud University – Science, doi.org/10.1016/j.jksus.2020.06.010
11 Ramzan, Muhammad, Asma Liaquet, Seifedine Kadry, Sungil Yu, Yunyoung Nam, and Dianchen Lu. “Impact of Second-Order Slip and Double Stratification Coatings on 3D MHD Williamson Nanofluid Flow with Cattaneo–Christov Heat Flux.” Coatings 9, no. 12 (2019): 849.
12 Ramzan, Muhammad, Hina Gul, and Seifedine Kadry. “Onset of Cattaneo-Christov Heat Flux and Thermal Stratification in Ethylene-Glycol Based Nanofluid Flow Containing Carbon Nanotubes in a Rotating Frame.” IEEE Access 7 (2019): 146190-146197.
13 Khan, Umair, Shafiq Ahmad, Muhammad Ramzan, Muhammad Suleman, Dianchen Lu, and Saba Inam. “Numerical Simulation of Darcy–Forchheimer 3D Unsteady Nanofluid Flow Comprising Carbon Nanotubes with Cattaneo–Christov Heat Flux and Velocity and Thermal Slip Conditions.” Processes 7, no. 10 (2019): 687.
14 Anjum, Naveed, Muhammad Suleman, Dianchen Lu, Ji-Huan He, and Muhammad Ramzan. “Numerical iteration for nonlinear oscillators by Elzaki transform.” Journal of Low Frequency Noise, Vibration and Active Control (2019): 1461348419873470.
15 Alshomrani, Ali Saleh, and Muhammad Ramzan. “Upshot of magnetic dipole on the flow of nanofluid along a stretched cylinder with gyrotactic microorganism in a stratified medium.” Physica Scripta (2019).
16 Li, Zhixiong, Ahmad Shafee, R. Kandasamy, M. Ramzan, and Qasem M. Al-Mdallal. “Nanoparticle transportation through a permeable duct with Joule heating influence.” Microsystem Technologies 25, no. 9 (2019): 3571-3580.
17 Ramzan, Muhammad, Hina Gul, and Mohsen Sheikholeslami. “Effect of second order slip condition on the flow of tangent hyperbolic fluid—A novel perception of Cattaneo–Christov heat flux.” Physica Scripta 94, no. 11 (2019): 115707.
18 Ramzan, Muhammad, Mutaz Mohammad, and Fares Howari. “Magnetized suspended carbon nanotubes based nanofluid flow with bio-convection and entropy generation past a vertical cone.” Scientific reports 9, no. 1 (2019): 1-15.
19 Ramzan, Muhammad, and Naila Shaheen. “Thermally stratified Darcy–Forchheimer nanofluid flow comprising carbon nanotubes with effects of Cattaneo–Christov heat flux and homogeneous–heterogeneous reactions.” Physica Scripta 95, no. 1 (2019): 015701.
20 Ramzan, Muhammad, Mutaz Mohammad, Fares Howari, and Jae Dong Chung. “Entropy analysis of carbon nanotubes based nanofluid flow past a vertical cone with thermal radiation.” Entropy 21, no. 7 (2019): 642.
21 Alebraheem, Jawdat, and M. Ramzan. “Flow of nanofluid with Cattaneo–Christov heat flux model.” Applied Nanoscience (2019): 1-11.
22 Hassan, Mohsan, Syed Tauseef Mohyud-Din, and Muhammad Ramzan. “Study of heat transfer and entropy generation in ferrofluid under low oscillating magnetic field.” Indian Journal of Physics 93, no. 6 (2019): 749-758.
23 Farooq, U., D. C. Lu, S. Munir, M. Suleman, and M. Ramzan. “Flow of Rheological Nanofluid Over a Static Wedge.” Journal of Nanofluids 8, no. 6 (2019): 1362-1366.
24 Li, Zhixiong, M. Ramzan, Ahmad Shafee, S. Saleem, Qasem M. Al-Mdallal, and Ali J. Chamkha. “Numerical approach for nanofluid transportation due to electric force in a porous enclosure.” Microsystem Technologies 25, no. 6 (2019): 2501-2514.
25 Bilal, M., and M. Ramzan. “Hall current effect on unsteady rotational flow of carbon nanotubes with dust particles and nonlinear thermal radiation in Darcy–Forchheimer porous media.” Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry 138, no. 5 (2019): 3127-3137.
26 Farooq, Umer, Dianchen Lu, Shahzad Munir, Muhammad Ramzan, Muhammad Suleman, and Shahid Hussain. “MHD flow of Maxwell fluid with nanomaterials due to an exponentially stretching surface.” Scientific reports 9, no. 1 (2019): 7312.
27 Lu, Dianchen, Mutaz Mohammad, Muhammad Ramzan, Muhammad Bilal, Fares Howari, and Muhammad Suleman. “MHD Boundary Layer Flow of Carreau Fluid over a Convectively Heated Bidirectional Sheet with Non-Fourier Heat Flux and Variable Thermal Conductivity.” Symmetry 11, no. 5 (2019): 618.
28 Lu, Dianchen, Muhammad Ramzan, Mutaz Mohammad, Fares Howari, and Jae Dong Chung. “A Thin Film Flow of Nanofluid Comprising Carbon Nanotubes Influenced by Cattaneo-Christov Heat Flux and Entropy Generation.” Coatings 9, no. 5 (2019): 296.
29 Suleman, Muhammad, Muhammad Ramzan, Shafiq Ahmad, and Dianchen Lu. “Numerical simulation for homogeneous–heterogeneous reactions and Newtonian heating in the silver-water nanofluid flow past a nonlinear stretched cylinder.” Physica Scripta 94, no. 8 (2019): 085702.
30 Lu, Dianchen, Zhixiong Li, M. Ramzan, Ahmad Shafee, and Jae Dong Chung. “Unsteady squeezing carbon nanotubes based nano-liquid flow with Cattaneo–Christov heat flux and homogeneous–heterogeneous reactions.” Applied Nanoscience 9, no. 2 (2019): 169-178.
31 Li, Zhixiong, Ahmad Shafee, M. Ramzan, H. B. Rokni, and Qasem M. Al-Mdallal. “Simulation of natural convection of Fe 3 O 4-water ferrofluid in a circular porous cavity in the presence of a magnetic field.” The European Physical Journal Plus 134, no. 2 (2019): 77.
32 Suleman, Muhammad, Muhammad Ramzan, Shafiq Ahmad, Dianchen Lu, Taseer Muhammad, and Jae Dong Chung. “A Numerical Simulation of Silver–Water Nanofluid Flow with Impacts of Newtonian Heating and Homogeneous–Heterogeneous Reactions Past a Nonlinear Stretched Cylinder.” Symmetry 11, no. 2 (2019): 295.
33 Ramzan, Muhammad, Mohsen Sheikholeslami, Maria Saeed, and Jae Dong Chung. “On the convective heat and zero nanoparticle mass flux conditions in the flow of 3D MHD Couple Stress nanofluid over an exponentially stretched surface.” Scientific reports 9, no. 1 (2019): 562.
34 Ramzan, Muhammad, Hina Gul, Seifedine Kadry, Chhayly Lim, Yunyoung Nam, and Fares Howari. “Impact of Nonlinear Chemical Reaction and Melting Heat Transfer on an MHD Nanofluid Flow over a Thin Needle in Porous Media.” Applied Sciences 9, no. 24 (2019): 5492.
35 Rahman, Jamshaid Ul, Dianchen Lu, Muhammad Suleman, Ji-Huan He, and Muhammad Ramzan. “HE–ELZAKI METHOD FOR SPATIAL DIFFUSION OF BIOLOGICAL POPULATION.” (2019).
36 Li, Zhixiong, M. Sheikholeslami, Ahmad Shafee, M. Ramzan, R. Kandasamy, and Qasem M. Al-Mdallal. “Influence of adding nanoparticles on solidification in a heat storage system considering radiation effect.” Journal of Molecular Liquids 273 (2019): 589-605.
37 Sheikholeslami, M., Ahmad Shafee, M. Ramzan, and Zhixiong Li. “Investigation of Lorentz forces and radiation impacts on nanofluid treatment in a porous semi annulus via Darcy law.” Journal of Molecular Liquids 272 (2018): 8-14.
38 Suleman, Muhammad, Muhammad Ramzan, Madiha Zulfiqar, Muhammad Bilal, Ahmad Shafee, Jae Dong Chung, Dianchen Lu, and Umer Farooq. “Entropy analysis of 3D non-Newtonian MHD nanofluid flow with nonlinear thermal radiation past over exponential stretched surface.” Entropy 20, no. 12 (2018): 930.
39 Farooq, Javaria, Jae Dong Chung, Muhammad Mushtaq, Dianchen Lu, Muhammad Ramazan, and Umer Farooq. “Influence of slip velocity on the flow of viscous fluid through a porous medium in a permeable tube with a variable bulk flow rate.” Results in Physics 11 (2018): 861-868.
40 Ramzan, M., M. Sheikholeslami, Jae Dong Chung, and Ahmad Shafee. “Melting heat transfer and entropy optimization owing to carbon nanotubes suspended Casson nanoliquid flow past a swirling cylinder-A numerical treatment.” AIP Advances 8, no. 11 (2018): 115130.
41 Ramzan, M., M. Bilal, Jae Dong Chung, and A. B. Mann. “On MHD radiative Jeffery nanofluid flow with convective heat and mass boundary conditions.” Neural Computing and Applications 30, no. 9 (2018): 2739-2748.
42 Farooq, Umer, DianChen Lu, Salim Ahmed, Muhammad Ramzan, Jae Dong Chung, and Farman Ali Chandio. “Computational analysis for mixed convective flows of viscous fluids with nanoparticles.” Journal of Thermal Science and Engineering Applications 11, no. 2 (2019).
43 Farooq, Javaria, Muhammad Mushtaq, Shahzad Munir, M. Ramzan, Jae Dong Chung, and Umer Farooq. “Slip flow through a non-uniform channel under the influence of transverse magnetic field.” Scientific reports 8, no. 1 (2018): 13137.
44 Muhammad, Taseer, Dian-Chen Lu, B. Mahanthesh, Mohamed R. Eid, Muhammad Ramzan, and Amanullah Dar. “Significance of Darcy-Forchheimer porous medium in nanofluid through carbon nanotubes.” Communications in Theoretical Physics 70, no. 3 (2018): 361. (Impact factor 1.178)
45 Lu, Dianchen, M. Ramzan, Shafiq Ahmad, Jae Dong Chung, and Umer Farooq. “A numerical treatment of MHD radiative flow of Micropolar nanofluid with homogeneous-heterogeneous reactions past a nonlinear stretched surface.” Scientific reports 8, no. 1 (2018): 12431. (Impact factor 4.122)
46 Slip flow through a non-uniform channel under the influence of transverse magnetic field, Scientific Reports, 8, (2018) 12431. (Impact factor 4.122)
47 On three dimensional MHD Oldroyd-B fluid flow with non-linear thermal radiation and homogeneous-heterogeneous reaction, Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering, 40 (2018) 387. Impact factor 1.627)
48 A Numerical investigation of 3D MHD rotating flow with Binary chemical reaction, activation energy and non-Fourier heat flux, Communications in theoretical Physics, 70 (2018) 89-96. (Impact factor 1.178)
49 Upshot of chemical species and nonlinear thermal radiation on Oldroyd-B nanofluid flow past a bi-directional stretched surface with heat generation/absorption in a porous media, Communications in theoretical Physics, 70 (2018) 71-80. (Impact factor 1.178)
50 Lu, D. C., U. Farooq, T. Hayat, M. M. Rashidi, and M. Ramzan. “Computational analysis of three layer fluid model including a nanomaterial layer.” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 122 (2018): 222-228. (Impact factor 3.458)
51 Nonlinear radiation effect on MHD Carreau nanofluid flow over a radially stretching surface with zero mass flux at the surface, Scientific Reports, 8(1) (2018) 3709 (Impact factor 4.259)
52 Lu, Dianchen, Muhammad Ramzan, Shafiq Ahmad, Ahmad Shafee, and Muhammad Suleman. “Impact of nonlinear thermal radiation and entropy optimization coatings with hybrid nanoliquid flow past a curved stretched surface.” Coatings 8, no. 12 (2018): 430.
53 Upshot of binary chemical reaction and activation energy on carbon nanotubes with Cattaneo-Christov heat flux and buoyancy effects, Physics of Fluids, 29 (2017) 123103. (Impact factor 2.232)
54 Numerical Simulation of Magnetohydrodynamic Radiative Flow of Casson Nanofluid with Chemical Reaction Past a Porous Media, Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, (2017)
55 A numerical treatment of radiative nanofluid 3D flow containing gyrotactic microorganism with anisotropic slip, binary chemical reaction and activation energy, Scientific Reports, 7 (2017) 17008 (Impact factor 4.259)
56 Double stratified radiative Jeffrey magneto nanofluid flow along an inclined stretched cylinder with chemical reaction and slip condition, The European Physical Journal Plus, 132 (2017) 456 (Impact factor 1.753)
57 Buoyancy effects on the radiative magneto Micropolar nanofluid flow with double stratification, activation energy and binary chemical reaction, Scientific Reports, 7 (2017) 12901. (Impact factor 4.259)
58 Radiative magnetohydrodynamic nanofluid flow due to a gyrotatic microorganism with chemical reaction and nonlinear thermal radiation, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 130 (2017) 31-40 (Impact factor 2.884)
59 Partial slip effect in the flow of MHD micropolar nanofluid flow due to a rotating disk – A numerical approach, Results in Physics, 7 (2017) 3557-3566, (Impact factor 0.946)
60 Impact of generalized Fourier’s and Fick’s laws on MHD 3D second grade nanofluid flow with variable thermal conductivity and convective heat and mass conditions, Physics of Fluids, 29 (2017) 093102. (Impact factor 2.232)
61 Ramzan, M., M. Bilal, and Jae Dong Chung. “Radiative Williamson nanofluid flow over a convectively heated Riga plate with chemical reaction-A numerical approach.” Chinese journal of physics 55, no. 4 (2017): 1663-1673.
62 Flow of Williamson nanofluid due to a convectively heated Riga plate with chemical reaction and thermal radiation, Chinese Journal of Physics, 55 (2017) 1663-1673 (Impact factor 0.514)
63 Effects of thermal and solutal stratification on Jeffrey magneto-nanofluid along an inclined stretching cylinder with thermal radiation and heat generation/absorption, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 131-132 (2017) 317-324 (Impact factor 2.884)
64 Ramzan, M., M. Bilal, Shamsa Kanwal, and Jae Dong Chung. “Effects of variable thermal conductivity and non-linear thermal radiation past an Eyring Powell nanofluid flow with chemical Reaction.” Communications in Theoretical Physics 67, no. 6 (2017): 723. (Impact factor 0.948)
65 Soret and Dufour effects on three dimensional Upper-Convected Maxwell fluid with chemical reaction and non-Linear radiative heat flux, International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering, (2017), (Impact factor 0.759)
66 Influence of homogeneous-heterogeneous reactions on MHD 3D Maxwell fluid flow with Cattaneo-Christov heat flux and convective boundary condition, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 230 (2017) 8415-422 (Impact factor 2.74)
67 On MHD radiative Jeffery nanofluid flow with convective heat and mass boundary conditions, Neural Computing and Applications, (2017) 1-10 (Impact factor 1.492)
68 Radiative flow of Powell-Eyring magneto-nanofluid over a stretching cylinder with chemical reaction and double stratification near a stagnation point, Plos One, 12(1) (2017) e0170790, (Impact factor 3.234).
69 MHD stagnation point Cattaneo–Christov heat flux in Williamson fluid flow with homogeneous–heterogeneous reactions and convective boundary condition—A numerical approach, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 225 (2017) 856-862, (Impact factor 2.74)
70 Mixed convective radiative flow of second grade nanofluid with convective boundary conditions: An optimal solution, Results in Physics, 6 (2016) 796-804 (Impact factor 1.59).
71 A numerical study of magnetohydrodynamic stagnation point flow of nanofluid with newtonian heating, Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, (2016) (Impact factor 0.00).
72 Mixed convective flow of Maxwell nanofluid past a porous vertical stretched surface – An optimal solution, Results in Physics, 6 (2016) 1072-1079 (Impact factor 1.59).
73 Mixed convective viscoelastic nanofluid flow past a porous media with Soret-Dufour effect, Communications in Theoretical Physics, 66 (2016) 133–142 (Impact factor 0.948).
74 Effects of thermal radiation and Joule heating in the MHD flow of a micropolar fluid with partial slip and convective boundary condition, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 221 (2016) 394-400 (Impact factor 2.74)
75 Effects of MHD homogeneous-hetrogeneous reactions on third grade fluid with Cateneo-Christov heat flux, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 223 (2016) 1284-1290 (Impact factor 2.74).
76 Three dimensional boundary layer flow of a viscoelastic nanofluid with Soret Dufour effects, , Alexandria Engineering Journal, 55 (2016) 311–319.
77 Three-dimensional flow of an elastico-viscous nanofluid with chemical reaction and magnetic field effects, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 215 (2016) 212-220 (Impact factor 2.74).
78 Boundary layer flow of third grade nanofluid with Newtonian heating and viscous dissipation Journal of Central South University, (2015) 22: 360−36, (Impact factor 0. 562).
79 Three dimensional flow of an Oldroyd-B fluid with Newtonian heating, International Journal Numerical methods for heat and fluid flow, (2015) 25(1), 68-85 (Impact factor 1.84).
80 Flow of Casson nanofluid with viscous dissipation and convective conditions: A mathematical model, Journal of Central South University, (2015) 22, 1132-1140 (Impact factor 0. 562).
81 MHD stagnation point flow by a permeable stretching cylinder with Soret-Dufour effects,Journal of Central South University, (2015) 22, 707-716 (Impact factor 0.562).
82 Influence of Newtonian Heating on Three Dimensional MHD Flow of Couple Stress Nanofluid with Viscous Dissipation and Joule Heating, PLOS ONE, (2015), 10(4):e0124699. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0124699. (2015) (Impact factor 3.54).
83 Time Dependent MHD Nano-Second Grade Fluid Flow Induced by Permeable Vertical Sheet with Mixed Convection and Thermal Radiation, PLOS ONE, (2015), (Impact factor 3.54).
84 Boundary layer flow of three-dimensional viscoelastic nanofluid past a bi-directional stretching sheet with Newtonian heating, AIP Advances, (2015), 5: 057132 (2015); (Impact Factor 1.43).
85 Radiative Hydromagnetic Flow of Jeffrey Nanofluid by an Exponentially Stretching Sheet, PLOS ONE, (2014), DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0103719, (Impact factor 3.234).
86 MHD three dimensional flow of couple stress fluid with Newtonian heating The European Physical Journal – Plus 128 (49) (2013) (Impact factor 1.475).
87 Diffraction of Plane Waves by a slit in an infinite soft-hard plane, PIER B, Vol 11 (2009) 103-131.
88 Magnetic Line Source Diffraction by an Impedance Step, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol 57 (4)  (2009) 1289-1293 (Impact factor 3.18).
89 Line and Point Sources Diffraction by a Reactive Step, Journal of Modern Optics. Vol 56 (17) (2009) 893-902 (Impact factor 0.942).
90 Acoustics Diffraction by an Oscillating Strip, Applied Mathematics and Computation. Vol 214 (2009) 201-209 (Impact factor 1.124).
91 Diffraction of waves due to an Oscillating source and oscillating half plane, Journal of Modern Optics.  56(12), 1335-1340 (2009) (Impact factor 0.942).
92 Diffraction of a plane wave by a soft-hard strip, Optics Communications. 282, 4322-4328 (2009) (Impact factor 1.316).
93 A note on plane wave diffraction by a perfectly conducting strip in a homogeneous bi-isotropic medium, Optics Express, 16 (2008) 13203-13217 (Impact factor 3.88).
94 A note on spherical wave diffraction by a perfectly conducting strip in a homogeneous bi-isotropic medium, Progress in Electromagnetic Research PIER, Vol 85 (2008) 169-194 (Impact factor 4.735).
95 A note on cylindrical wave diffraction by a perfectly conducting strip in a homogeneous bi-isotropic medium, Journal of Modern Optics, Vol 55 (17) (20082805-2818 (Impact factor 1.0632).

Conferences:

Sr. #
1. 7th International Conference on Advanced Technologies (ICAT), Antalya, Turkey, April 28-May 1, (2018), Best Paper award.
2. 4th international conference on Technology, Engineering and Science (ICONTES), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, August 5-6, (2017), Best Presenter Award.
3. Presented a paper titled “Plane wave diffraction by an oscillating strip” as a Resource Person in Workshop on Advancements in Pure and Applied Mathematics” April 24-25, 2014, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Attock Campus, Department of Mathematics
4. Presented a paper titled “Acoustic diffraction by an oscillating strip” as a Resource Person in “International Workshop on Computational Methods in Mathematics” held on May 7 to 9, 2012 organized by OIC Standing Committee on Scientific and Technological, Islamabad.

Books:

Sr. #
1. Titled “Diffraction of Waves Application of Wiener-Hopf Technique in Various Scenarios” ISBN No. 978-3-639-24682-7, printed in USA.

Industrial Experience:

Sr. #
1. Duration      : 1994 to 2000
Institute       : Pakistan Navy
Location      : Pakistan
Department : Mathematics (Education Branch)
Position       : Lieutenant PN