NSRIC is a diversified research and education institution, comprising four major divisions, CEO Office, and many units that are operated under the intrinsic principles of honesty, transparency, mutual respect, responsibility, teamwork, and commitment. NSRIC offers highly competitive, performance, and focused work-based salary structure for the employees.
1. RID Division:
The primary focus is to conduct Research, Innovation, and Development (RID) in the areas of our interests and expertise, and our valued customer’s business needs. We offer our research and innovation services to the interested individuals, commercial organizations, industry, institutions, and research centres through our dedicated team members with diversified experiences and talents. Their talents, expertise, and experiences are proven from years of contribution as well as cited achievements of excellence. Examples of research areas are accounting and finance, corporate business, education, engineering, health and health care, lifestyle, management, medicine, and natural sciences. Our objectives can be simple discussion groups to innovation drivers, and then business commercialization.
Dr. Zubair Kalam (at firstname.lastname@example.org) is the Division Head and VP of NSRIC RID Division. He has a solid track record comprising over 100+ research publications from his 30+ years of contributions at Manchester U, Oxford U, British Petroleum Research Center UK, Sultan Qaboos University Oman, Atomic Energy UK and Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) Onshore-Center of Excellence. To register or further queries, please click on NSRIC RID Division.
2. OE Division:
The NSRIC Online Education (OE) Division is committed to acquiring and disseminating true knowledge where there is no boundary of academic areas or discipline or academic fields of study. To fulfil this commitment, our first focus is to create the strong link and relationship between our honorable and dedicated instructors/faculty members, and our valued participants/students based on honesty, transparency, responsibility, integrity, and commitment. Our commitment is to deliver the highest quality education and course materials to our students. Your suggestions and feedback is of utmost importance to us and we give this as a top priority to improve our online curriculum. We are proud of our great, world-class professors/teachers who are dedicated in fulfilling our obligation on achieving the original mission as a motto, “Learn, experience, and disseminate knowledge with others”.
Any professional can register as a professor/teacher to offer a course in his/her areas of expertise. An individual can register to become a student to complete a course in his/her areas of needs. It is noted that NSRIC online platform is currently working as a prototype for the upcoming University projects without offering any degree certificates. A course completion certificate and a letter grade will be given to the audiences, participants, and students. To register or further inquiry, please click on NSRIC online education Division.
Prof. Mohammed Nurul Alam (email@example.com) is the Division Head and the Vice President (VP) of the Online Education (OE) Division of NSRIC Inc. Prof. Alam obtained his Ph.D. degree in ‘Small Business Finance by Islamic Banking’ from Lund University, Lund, Sweden. He is a globally well-recognized expert and public speaker in online education, Islamic banking, Islamic micro-finance, Networking, accounting, and small business financing. Prof. Alam delivered numerous keynote speeches on his expert areas at United Nations and economic forums in the world. He published numerous research articles in different refereed journals, and conferences. This academic scholar is basically an educator in the areas of Accounting & Finance and other commerce subjects. He has over 40 years of teaching and research experiences. Prof. Alam worked at Kenya Institute of Administration (KIA) Nairobi, Kenya; Lund University, Sweden, Sultan Qaboos University (SQU), Oman; Trisakti University, West Jakarta, Indonesia; Canadian University Dubai, UAE; Federal Government, Ontario, Canada; and Yorkville University, Canada.
The offered courses are classified as:
|(i)||Advanced level academic courses|
|(viii)||Short and seminar courses|
|(xi)||Vocational training courses|
3. ADK Division:
The main mission of NSRIC is to “learn, experience, and disseminate knowledge to others”. Therefore, Acquisition and Dissemination of Knowledge (ADK) Division is responsible to fulfill this mission by creating different avenues through establishing universities and K12 schools; partnering with different academic institutions and organizations; organizing local, regional, and international conferences; and offering workshops as well as seminars in the specified areas of excellence. ADK has five units: (i) Conference Unit; (ii) IU-Germany Unit; (iii) NSRIC K12 school Unit (iv) SLH Unit; and (v) University Unit.
Dr. Wajid Mahmood Khan at (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the Division Head and VP of NSRIC ADK Division. Dr. Khan has an excellent track record in the field of Anesthesia, Critical Care, and Pain Management in Medical Science. He is currently working as a Consultant anesthesia and pain medicine at Beacon Hospital, Dublin, Ireland, and a clinical professor at University College Dublin, Ireland. Dr. Khan also published many research articles in different refereed journals. In addition to his experience as a consultant physician, he is also known to be a researcher, academic professor, and an administrator. He is well experienced in formal teaching activities at different universities/hospitals in different parts of the world including Ireland, and Pakistan. Further, he was involved in numerous management and administrative roles in hospitals around the world. He is recognized as one of the best physician and researcher in Ireland.
The five major units of ADK Division are elaborated below:
(i) Conference Unit:
(ii) IU-Germany Unit:
IU International University of Applied Sciences, Germany is one of the largest online universities in the world with a student’s enrolment of over 70,000. The university has also two physical campuses Insert your note here.in Berlin and Bad Honnef, Germany. NSRIC enrols students on behalf of IU Germany and transfer them to its physical locations, or online division based on the student’s interests and priorities. To register for online course(s) or admission at IU Germany, please visit NSRIC-IU Germany platform or contact us: email@example.com. In addition, you can directly go to our IU-Germany student’s admission link directly by clicking NSRIC-IU Germany collaboration.
Mrs. Nasra Mohamed (at firstname.lastname@example.org) is the Unit Head (AVP) and Executive secretary of NSRIC CEO office. To register for any online course(s) or admission at IU Germany, please click on NSRIC-IU Germany collaboration.
(iii) NSRIC K12 School Unit:
Recently, NSRIC K12 school unit secured the licence of the first online school “NSRIC International School in Toronto (NIST)” in Ontario, Canada. It is planned to start the NIST’s operations in September 2021. In addition, the unit is actively working to establish the “NSRIC International School in Edmonton (NISE) in Alberta, Canada which will be the private, inspected, and government approved schools under the Ministry of Education, Alberta, Canada. We are aiming to offer government accredited programs at Kindergarten – XII level. The school is planned to have both physical campuses, and online course offering systems. A student can register a course online and later he/she can transfer the credits to our physical campus in Canada, or any other institutions. In addition, after completion of grade XII with us, students can get admission at any university in Canada and/or abroad. The mission of the school is to disseminate knowledge to our kids, and teenagers in the early years and educate them toward building their success for the future career opportunities.
Dr. Moniruzzaman Khan (at email@example.com) is the Unit Head and AVP of NSRIC K12 School Unit. Dr. Khan has a solid track record comprising over 40+ research publications from his 20+ years of contributions at Dalhousie University, Canada; University of Alberta, Canada; and Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Bangladesh. He also authored 06 (Six) books in the area of zero-waste technology. To register any course or any grade, please click on NSRIC International School in Toronto (NIST). You can also reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(iv) SLH Unit:
SLH Unit is responsible to take care of our healthy lifestyle, and healthcare in a sustainable fashion so that every human being can get benefits from nature. In general, the progressive initiatives are governed by human beings as it is part of the nature. The human lifecycle includes birth, growing up, flourishing, and living in nature cyclically. Every living entity also returns to the nature. Human lifecycle totally depends on nature. Healthy and sustainable living are cyclically centered depending on natural rules and regulations, practices, system, balance in life, and ecosystem. If this cyclic system breaks down, lives fall in danger and are affected by diseases. Some diseases are cured by the doctors and medicines. However, it needs natural treatment to make the lives healthy forever. The main criteria to avoid illness and to achieve a sound health are the maintaining of natural rules, practices, food habits, and changed lifestyle. Everyone should maintain the natural rules, eco-friendly products and scientific food habits, positive thinking, fasting, meditation and physical exercises (e.g., yoga, instrumental, high intensity interval training (HIIT), non-instrumental, free hand exercise, swimming, walking, and running for enjoying such sound-life.
To enjoy a sustainable lifestyle and health, one should focus on lifestyle mistakes and irregularities instead of focusing on diseases, problems, and obstacles. If one can identify his/her mistakes and irregularities in lifestyle, he/she will be able to rectify, modify and finally can lead a sustainable life and health. Sustainable lifestyles need healthy and happy life based on ethical issues which do not harm future needs, other’s rights, wealth, resources, ecosystems, and environments. Otherwise, this lifestyle cannot ensure the sustainable living, socio-economic and cultural growth, and cannot contribute to the world’s biggest problems such as climate change, and global warming. Lifestyle sustainability can only provide a common platform for meeting many of the sustainable development goals (SDG) through multiple effects, which can accelerate and maintain the sustainable progresses.
Prof. Riton Kumar Barua at (email@example.com) is the Unit Head and AVP of SLH Unit. Prof. Barua has a solid track record of helping over 30,000 people to maintain healthy and sustainable lives and living without any medicines. His contributions to the human lifestyle is recognized by the government of Japan, and Bangladesh. To register any of his treatment plan, please click on SLH Unit. You can also reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(v) University Unit:
The NSRIC is actively involved in initially establishing not-for-profit online Universities in Canada and Bangladesh to fulfil NSRIC’s goal, “disseminating knowledge to others”. Both projects are in progress. NSRIC will be working independently as a governing, and support hub for the respective universities once they are established. These university projects are aimed at restoring true education and making it available to every willing participant, transcending the boundary of space, marginalization, and poverty. A generous proportion of students will be offered scholarships to stimulate access to disadvantaged communities and students with special needs. The proposed universities will be financed and operated as one of the divisions of NSRIC Inc. To register or seek further queries, please click on NSRIC University Unit.
Prof. Shaikh Mahmud Alam at (email@example.com) is the Coordinator (AVP) for NSRIC university project in Bangladesh. Prof. Alam has over 25 years’ of diversified experiences within the different national and international educational Institutes in different portfolio.
4. Marketing Division:
In any business and (or) building trust on any organization, marketing is an important mode of communication to sell the company’s products. Marketing plays a vital role in today’s global competitive market. Finding the best products and services are really a huge challenge for any individual customer and (or) an entity. Therefore, NSRIC strives to create a strong marketing network around the globe to build the trust on our products and services. The marketing team is driven by the zeal to address related queries and suggestions, and where appropriate guide the clients in quality product delivery. Our products and services include business and technical software, NSRIC online courses (e.g. academic, professional, seminar, training, workshop courses, …. etc.), and commercialization of innovations through RID. The NSRIC K12 school, online courses, physical courses, research projects, continuous RID support, online platform, IU-Germany admission, and university admissions are part of this integrated endeavor. To register or solicit further support, please click on NSRIC Marketing Division.
Prof. Poonam Arora (at firstname.lastname@example.org) is the Division Head and AVP of NSRIC Marketing Division. She is also a distinguished faculty in the area of Human Resource Management at Commerce and Management Unit of Online Education (OE) Division. Prof. Arora is the Chairperson of Workplace Harassment Committee at a National Print Media organisation and at Dynamic Aura. She has diversified experience of Academic Management, Teaching, Consultancy, Training and Administration roles. She has 35+ teaching and consulting experience in Management, Social work and HRM for MSW, MBA, MA(HRM), BSW and B.E Programs. Prof. Arora is the recipient of the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) Award for publishing a Book on Professional Women. She worked as a Consultant for United Nations Development Program (UNDP) at United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).