Dr. Muhammad Jamil

Designation(s):  Lecturer
Education:  PhD
Department(s):  Education
Email:  m.jamil@gcwus.edu.pk

Career Brief:

Dr. Muhammad Jamil has been appointed as BPS-18 Lecturer in Education at GCWUS. He completed his PhD in Education from the University of Management and Technology (UMT), Lahore in 2021 and M.Phil in Education from the University of Education, Okara Campus, in 2014. He has served in School Education Department for 19 years as Secondary School Teacher. He has also been serving at Allama Iqbal Open University as a part-time tutor, resource person, and supervisor for B.Ed and M.Ed students since 2014. He has also worked with the Quaid-e-Azam Academy for Educational Development Punjab (QAED), Lahore, Punjab as Lead Trainer for the Single National Curriculum (SNC) and the Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) as an Item Reviewer, Facilitator and Expert for Item Development. He has published Thirteen articles in different international journals and presented his research at various national and international conferences. His areas of expertise are qualitative research, pedagogy, critical thinking, and assessment.


  1. Sajid, S.M., Jamil, M., & Abbas, M. (2022). Impact of Teachers’ Work-family conflict on the Performance of their Children. Jahan-e-Tehqeeq: 4(3)144-154.
  2. Jamil, M, Muhammad, Y. & Qureshi, N. (2021). Secondary School ScienceTeachers’ Practices for the Development of Critical Thinking Skills: AnObservational Study. Journal of Development and Social Sciences: 2(4),249-265.
  3. Hussain, K., Abbas, M. & Jamil, M. (2021). Head Teachers’ Training Needs for Quality Education at Secondary level. Global Journal of Scientific and Research Publications: 1(12), 1-9.
  4. Jamil, M, Muhammad, Y. & Qureshi, N. (2021). Critical Thinking Skills Development: Secondary School Science Teachers’ Perceptions and Practices. Sir Syed Journal of Education & Social Research: 4(2), 21-30.
  5. Azmat, U, Muhammad, Y. & Jamil, M. (2021). Private Tuition Academies and the Development of Students’ Creative and Critical Skills: Perspectives of Academy Managers. International Review of Social Sciences: 9(4), 277-288.
  6. Jamil, M., Muhammad, Y. Masood, S. & Habib, Z. (2020). Critical Thinking: A Qualitative Content Analysis of Education Policy and Secondary School Science Curriculum Documents. Journal of Research and Reflections in Education: 14(2), 249-258.
  7. Ahmad, A., Jamil, M. & Muhammad, Y. (2020). Co-Curricular Activities: A Case Study on Perspectives of Winning Secondary School Students:Kashmir Journal of Education, 1(2), 77-104.
  8. Jamil, M. & Muhammad, Y. (2019). Teaching Science Students to Think Critically: Understanding Secondary School Teachers’ Practices: Journal of Research and Reflections in Education: 13 (2), 256-272.
  9. Anwer, M., Jamil, M., Farooqi, T.K., Akram, M,. & Mehmood, N. (2015). How does Job Satisfaction relate with self-esteem of teachers. AYER,International Journal of Human Field Studies: 3 (1), 52-57.