Dr. Rashid A. Khan
Additional Registrar, Administration
Area of Interest: Management, Business Administration, Organizational Behavior, CSR.
Tel # (Off): 111-001-007   (813)

Dr. Rashid A. Khan has a vast experience of management in various top class educational institutions in Pakistan. He started his professional career from the Centre of Excellence in Molecular Biology, (CEMB) University of the Punjab. During his tenure at CEMB he had been entrusted with overall administration of the Centre including HR, Planning, Procurement, Coordination, Estate Management and General Administration (including Security).

In the year 2002, COMSATS University started its Campus in Lahore and Dr. Rashid joined COMSATS University Lahore Campus in the start of operations of the Campus. He is the founding member at COMSATS University Lahore and he has significantly contributed in establishment, development and up-gradation of Lahore Campus of COMSATS. At COMSATS Lahore, he started his career as Assistant Registrar and currently working as Additional Registrar. During this period, he has been entrusted with multiple management assignments related to Administrative, Academic, HR, Planning & Development, Legal Affairs, Service Management, Coordination & Liaison and Security Surveillance etc.

He has a strong educational background and he completed his masters from Forman Christian College (FCC). Later, he completed his MS in Quality Management from University of the Punjab. He has been a student of Law and secured LLB and subsequently did DLL from University of the Punjab. He was awarded PhD degree in Management Sciences (Business Administration). During his PhD, he conducted research on higher education sector in Pakistan. His PhD research is novel in Pakistan as first ever in the context of Pakistan he examined the impact of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on Employees’ Outcomes in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in Pakistan.

In addition, he has been able to contribute significantly to research particularly in the areas of HRM.

He is a reviewer of the following International Research Journals:

  1. Policing: An International Journal- (Impact Factor Journal-Emerald Publishing)
  2. Human Resource Management Journal- (Impact Factor Journal-Emerald Publishing)
  3. Journal of Sustainability Science and Management- (ISI & Scopus Indexed Journal)
  4. International Journal of Law and management (ISI & Scopus Indexed Journal)


Journal Papers:
1. Abdul Aziz Khan Niazi, Tehmina Fiaz Qazi, Irfan Ali, Rashid Ahmad (2020), "Prioritizing determinants of effective whistle blowing (WB): Interpretative structural modeling approach", International Journal of Law and Management, pp: 213-230, Vol: 62 , Issue: 3, DOI: 10.1108/IJLMA-10-2017-0244   
2. Rashid Ahmad, Saima Ahmad, Talat Islam, Ahmad Kaleem (2020), "The nexus of corporate social responsibility (CSR), affective commitment and organisational citizenship behaviour in academia: A model of trust", Employee Relations: The International Journal, pp: 232-247, Vol: 42 , Issue: 1, DOI: 10.1108/ER-04-2018-0105   
3. Abdul Aziz Khan Niazi, Tehmina Fiaz Qazi, Abdul Basit, Rashid Ahmad Khan (2019), "Expounding Complex Relations among Criticisms on Islamic Banking through Interpretive Structural Modeling", Paradigms, pp: 151-159, Vol: 13, Issue: 2, DOI: 10.24312/1930130220   
4. Talat Islam, Rashid Ahmad, Ishfaq Ahmed, Zeshan Ahmer (2019), "Police work-family nexus, work engagement and turnover intention: Moderating role of person-job-fit", Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, pp: 739-750, Vol: 42 , Issue: 5, DOI: 10.1108/PIJPSM-09-2018-0138   
5. Rashid Ahmad, Talat Islam (2019), "Does Work and Family Imbalance Impact on Satisfaction of Police Force Employees? A “Net or a Web” Model", Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, pp: 585-597, Vol: 42, Issue: 4, DOI: 10.1108/PIJPSM-05-2018-0061   
6. Rashid Ahmad, Talat Islam, Saima Saleem (2018), "How commitment and satisfaction explain leave intention in police force?", Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, pp: 195-208, Vol: 41, Issue: 3, DOI: 10.1108/PIJPSM-12-2017-0154   
7. Rashid Ahmad, Talat Islam (2018), "Relationships between Corporate Social Responsibility, Work Engagement and Organizational Commitment: Explanatory Role of Organizational Identification", Journal of Behavioural Sciences, pp: 113-130, Vol: 28, Issue: 2   
8. Rashid Ahmad, Talat Islam, Shahzadi Saima Saleem (2017), "Employee Engagement, Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction as Consequent of Perceived CSR: A Mediation Model", Journal of the Research Society of Pakistan, pp: 153-168, Vol: 54, Issue: 1, DOI: Corpus ID: 197680321   
9. Saqib Rehman, Muhammad Shafique, Faisal Qadeer, Rashid Ahmad (2017), "The Impact of Social Networks on Team Building and Knowledge Sharing: Moderating Role of Organizational Politics", Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences, pp: 368-382, Vol: 37, Issue: 2   
10. Shahzadi Saima Saleem, Kamran Moosa, , Abeer Imam, Rashid Ahmed Khan (2017), "Service Quality and Student Satisfaction: The Moderating Role of University Culture, Reputation and Price in Education Sector of Pakistan", Iranian Journal of Management Studies (IJMS), pp: 237-258, Vol: 10, Issue: 1, DOI: 10.22059/ijms.2017.217335.672304   
11. Mehreen Fatima, Muhammad Shafique, Faisal Qadeer, Rashid Ahmad (2015), "HR practices and employee performance relationship in higher education: Mediating role of job embeddedness, perceived organizational support and trust", Pakistan Journal of Statistics and Operational Research, pp: 421-439, Vol: 11, Issue: 3, DOI: 10.18187/pjsor.v11i3.882   
12. Tehmina Fiaz Qazi, Muhammad Shafique, Rashid Ahmad (2014), "Unveiling leadership-employee performance links: perspective of young employees", Pakistan Journal of Statistics and Operational Research, pp: 467-473, Vol: 10, Issue: 4, DOI: 10.18187/pjsor.v10i4.853   


PhD (Business Administration)
NCBA&E, Pakistan
Jul 2013 to Aug 2017
Masters in Quality Management
University of the Punjab, Pakistan
2005 to 2006
Diploma in Labour Laws, (DDL)
University of the Punjab, Pakistan
2001 to 2002
Bachelor of Law, (LLB)
University of the Punjab, Pakistan
1994 to 1996

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