Ayub Sabir

Muhammad Ayub Sabir (Urdu: محمّد ایوب صابر‎) is a Pakistani writer.[1] He has received Pride of Performance award from Government of Pakistan for his literary works.[2][3]

Muhammad Ayub Sabir
محمّد ایوب صابر
Born1940
Haripur, Pakistan
NationalityPakistani
OccupationWriter, scholar, professor
Known forResearch work in literature

Personal lifeEdit

Sabir was born in Haripur, Pakistan. He has lived in Abbottabad and currently is living in Islamabad. He received his Master of Arts degree in Urdu language from Peshawar University, Peshawar, Pakistan. He obtained a M.Phil degree on Iqbal studies from Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad and PhD in Urdu Language from Punjab University, Lahore. He has three children, Faiza Khan, a daughter, and two sons, Fahd Ayub and Faiq Ayub. His wife Shirin Ayub is painting artist.

CareerEdit

Sabir has researched on Iqbal studies, Urdu language and Islamic Philosophy.[4] He has thirty-two years (1963 to 1995) including sixteen years of teaching of post-graduate level at Government Post Graduate College Abbottabad and Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, Pakistan. He has served as the head of the department of Iqbal Studies at Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad from 2006 to 2008 and as chairman of the Department of Urdu at Government Post Graduate College Abbottabad from 1981 to 1986. He has traveled to the United Kingdom for the study and research on Iqbal. He has attended and been invited to many conferences in India.[citation needed]

PublicationsEdit

  • اقبال کی فکری تشکیل: اعتراضات اور تاویلات کا جائزہ Published by National Book Foundation of Pakistan, Islamabad, 2007[5]
  • تصّور پاکستان، علامہ اقبال پر اعتراضات کا جائزہ Published by National Book Foundation, Islamabad, 2004[6]
  • معترضین اقبال Published by International Urdu Publications, Delhi, 2004.[7]
  • اقبال کی شخصیت پہ اعتراضات کا جائزہ Published by Bait u Hikmat, Lahore, Pakistan, 2003.[8]
  • اقبال کا اردو کلام : زبان و بیان کے چند مباحث Published by National Language Authority, Islamabad, Pakistan[9]
  • پاکستانی شاعری: ایبٹ آباد کے شعرا Published by International Urdu Publications, Delhi, 2000[10]
  • اقبال دشمنی ایک مطالہ Published by Jang Publishers, Lahore, Pakistan, 1993. Second edition by Nashriat, 2008.[11]
  • اردو کی ابتدا کے بارے میں محققین کے نظریات Published by Sarhad Urdu Academy, Pakistan, 1998.[12]
  • انتخاب خطوط غالب Published by Famous Books, Lahore, Pakistan, 1993, Second edition by Bait ul Hikmat 2004.[13]
  • ادبستان ہزارہ Published by Bazm-e-Ehl-e-Qalam Hazara, Abbottabad, Pakistan, 1989.[14]
  • پاکستان میں اردو کے ترقیاتی ادارے Published by National Language Authority, Islamabad, 1985.[15]
  • آزاد کشمیر میں نفاذ اردو Published by National Language Authority, Islamabad, Pakistan, 1984.[16]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Raza Mumtaz Rao (19 April 2009). "Iqbal's philosophy to help nation face challenges: PM". Pakistantimes.net. Archived from the original on 25 October 2011. Retrieved 19 November 2012.
  2. ^ "10 prominent NWFP personalities conferred awards on Pakistan Day, Peshawar". Pak Tribune. p. 2. Retrieved 19 November 2012.
  3. ^ "President confers 192 civilian awards". Dawn. p. 3. Retrieved 19 November 2012.
  4. ^ "Seminar on Iqbal on 9th". The Nation. 3 November 2012. Archived from the original on 7 November 2012. Retrieved 19 November 2012.
  5. ^ Published by National Book Foundation of Pakistan, Islamabad, 2007. p. 4
  6. ^ Published by National Book Foundation, Islamabad, 2004. p. 5
  7. ^ Published by International Urdu Publications, Delhi, 2004. p. 6.
  8. ^ Published by Bait u Hikmat, Lahore, Pakistan, 2003. p. 7.
  9. ^ Published by National Language Authority, Islamabad, Pakistan. p. 8.
  10. ^ Published by International Urdu Publications, Delhi, 2000. p. 9.
  11. ^ Published by Jang Publishers, Lahore, Pakistan, 1993. Second edition by Nashriat, 2008. p. 10.
  12. ^ Published by Sarhad Urdu Academy, Pakistan, 1998. p.11.
  13. ^ Published by Famous Books, Lahore, Pakistan, 1993, Second edition by Bait ul Hikmat 2004. p. 12.
  14. ^ Published by Bazm-e-Ehl-e-Qalam Hazara, Abbottabad, Pakistan, 1989. p. 13.
  15. ^ Published by National Language Authority, Islamabad, 1985. p. 14.
  16. ^ Published by National Language Authority, Islamabad, Pakistan, 1984. p. 15.

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