Nasir Ali

Nasir Ali

Nasir Ali


  •  Address: Sheikhupura Road, Faisalabad - 37610, Pakistan
  •  Phone: +92-41-9230081-85 Ext: 164
  •  Mobile: 03005736372
  •  Fax: +92-41-9230098
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  • No. of Journal Publications: 1
  • No. of Conference Papers: 0


Mr. Nasir Ali is lecturer in Business Administration at National Textile University, Faisalabad, Pakistan. Currently, he is teaching the subjects of accounts and finance at undergraduate and post graduate level.   His area of research interests is business finance and accounts management. He is a member of University Hostel Committee and coordinator Department of Business Administration.

He is doing PHD from Faisalabad Business School, National Textile University, Faisalabad. He did his MS in Finance from Shaheed Zulifqar Ali Bhuttoo Institute of Science and Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan. He worked on dividend policy and stock price volatility in his MS Research.

He is working at NTU for the last 12 years and he had an opportunity to serve this university by giving his time and energy and teaching and directing students in pursuit of their learning and research.      

  1. MS (Finance)
    SZABIST Islamabad, Pakistan  (2007-2009)
  2. BBA Hons Finance
    University of Malakand Chakdara, Pakistan  (2002-2007)



  1. PCEPT
    HEC (2012)

    Attended one month teaching training at National Texitle University, Faisalabad

  1. Lecturer
    National Textile University (Since October 2010)



    Coordinating Students

  2. Finance Officer
    Islamic International Medical Complex Hospital Islamabad (6 months in 2010)

    Mantaining Accounts

  3. Accountant
    Pakistan Micro Biological Associates, Rawalpindi  (2008-2010)



Ali, N., Rehman, M. Z. U., Ashraf, B. N., & Shear, F., "Corporate Dividend Policies during the COVID-19 Pandemic", Economies, Vol. 10, No. 11, (2022), pp.11


1 Bachelor The impact of QM and compliance practices on export performance of apparel sector of Pakistan: A mix methodology analysis
2 Bachelor Performance of Textile sector companies before and during COVID-19