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Dr. Dilsad Ahmed

Lecturer / India

 

 (BPE, MPEd., MPhil., DYN, CSJ, PhD)

Post-Doctoral Fellow

Faculty of Education, Room 2035, E33, Av. da Universidade, Taipa,

The University of Macau (Macau, China)

E-mail: dilshadsportspsychology@gmail.com, dilsadstrings@yahoo.co.in

Skype: dilshadstrings

Phone: (+853) 65208854

Date of Birth – 1/12/1985

 

Md Dilsad Ahmed obtained his Ph.D. at the SGB Amravati University, India. Currently, he is working as a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the University of Macau. He was also a visiting scholar at the Korea Institute of Sports Sciences, South Korea and a Research Assistant at the UM, Macau from 2014 to 2016. He was also a guest faculty at the SGB Amravati University. He is the recipient of several national and International awards which includes CPI fellowship; South Korea, and Best Scholar Award; South Korea, Rajguru academic Award and DG Commendation Award from India. He is now actively involved in the works of International Society for Comparative Physical Education and Sport. He is also the president of Asian Society for comparative physical education and sports, in addition, of holding membership with other professional organizations such as, FIEP, PASSPE, KISS. Dilsad began his career as a physical education teacher and promoted to PE Coordinator at International baccalaureate schools (Cambridge University syllabus. He has delivered guest lectures at many national and international university. Dilsad’s research is centered on measuring quality physical education among professional in context to the UNESCO guidelines, sexual abuse, and other related issues in sports, physical activity and health-related parameters among children, scale construction (psychometrics) and measuring other positive psychology constructs among youth and university level athletes. Dilsad currently involved in several international projects and have established international collaboration with researchers more than 40 universities from Asia, Europe, and Latin America.

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