A passionate and curious being who…

  • Likes: art, poetry, films, and literature.
  • Considers creativity and expression as the most important assets in life.
  • Loves freedom, dialog, retrospection, and reflection.
  • Technically dwells in agile, emergence, machine learning, open source, and decentralized systems.
  • Works on causes of educational reforms that favor creativity, communication, critical thinking, and collaboration.
  • Researches and motivates on “leadership and high-performance organizational culture”.

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13 thoughts on “About

  1. I realized I never commented here.
    I totally second what Khaula said, and I will add ‘an amazing poet’ to the list. Oh and ‘has good taste in music’ too.
    Happy blogging and best wishes! : )

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  3. “Works on causes of educational reforms that favor creativity, communication, critical thinking and collaboration.”
    I’m intrigued. Tell me what you’ve done about this.
    Also, since a year has passed and you celebrated the blog’s anniversary.. I will assume some feedback is in order. I like your prose better than your poems. Write more of that, if you can.

    • Thank you Moniba, for your feedback. 🙂
      My apologies for replying late on this. As an educationist, I am trying to implement factors listed in NGOs I’m associated with. Also I have an initiative with name of YERI (Youth Education Reforms Initiative), which has an ongoing research project of assessing universities (both private and public) in terms of quality of education, in perception of their students. YERI Questionnaire is available online (can easily be googled), and after making publication, we have an intention to publish data as well. I can send you vision’s presentation PDF if you’re interested more in this. 🙂

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