Islamabad - National University of Modern Languages (NUML) has awarded PhD (management sciences) degree to Muhammad Nawaz Qaisar who pursued his doctoral studies under the Indigenous PhD scholarship of Higher Education Commission.

He completed his doctoral research entitled “Wellness and Productivity in Public Sector Organizations of Pakistan” under the supervision of Prof Dr Rashid Ahmad Khan, ex-dean of management sciences at NUML. Research thesis was sent for evaluation to relevant experts at Harvard University USA, University of Michigan USA, Peking University China, NUST Islamabad, and PMAS Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi, which appreciated the work and recommended for acceptance as a requirement for award of doctoral degree.

Dr Qaisar has been serving National Accountability Bureau since 2006; presently posted as deputy director (Ops& Coord) at NAB regional office Rawalpindi.

In the context of growing national concerns for human resource development, ongoing commitment to quality of life, and workplace productivity, Dr Qaisar studied human capital and organization development perspectives of anti-corruption and regulatory organizations for their pivotal role in socio-economic development of country through fight against corruption and effective regulation.

Study aimed to find empirical evidence as to how individual lifestyles influence personal wellness and productivity of employees and how the situation could be improved to enhance organisational productivity in terms of efficiency and effectiveness. Data collection process of research was facilitated by the awareness & prevention division of NAB HQ during the year 2013.