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MOHAMMAD ALI NAQVI 507 - 730 St. Clarens Ave. Toronto. M6H 4E8 Phone # (647) 932 5998 [email protected] HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS Post secondary degree from University of Toronto A year of experience teaching Biology (lab-component) at a Canadian University Taught English as Second Language at American Cultural Centre (PACC) in Karachi Currently enrolled in the Teaching English as Second Language (TESL) program at the Canadian Centre for Language and Cultural Studies Excellent communication, problem solving and organizational skills acquired through four years of working in research labs and a year of TAing Very Good command of Microsoft Windows OS and Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) & Adobe softwares (Acrobat, Photoshop, PDF writer) Able to perform Windows-based word processing in English, Urdu and Arabic Learned introductory Arabic during undergraduate studies at University of Toronto Privately tutored Biology and Chemistry to High-School students in Toronto Good knowledge of web design and hosting, maintain own website Experience working in multi-cultural environments EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Computer Tutor Scarborough West Employment Resource Centre Sept 2011 ­ Present Supported clients in their job search over the internet and with general computer use Gave one on one instructions to the clients on using MS Word and other word processing softwares Assisted clients in creating and managing email accounts and managing their electronic files (resumes, cover letters etc.) ESL Instructor Pakistan American Cultural Center, Karachi, Pakistan July 2010 - Nov 2010 Taught English language (structure & vocabulary) to adult students according to the prescribed curriculum. Graded exams and assignments. Prepared the students to take TOEFL. Teaching Assistant / Demonstrator York University, Dept. of Biology, Toronto, Canada Sept 2009 - May 2010 Taught the lab component of first and second year undergraduate courses. Supervised and guided students through the lab exercises in the syllabus. Graded lab-reports.

Research Assistant Agrawal Lab Dept. of Zoology University of Toronto Sept 2005 - May2006 Provided technical assistance in a study on the evolution of genetic recombination as an adaptive strategy in Drosophila melanogaster. Bred and maintained lab animal stocks. Conducted experiments and recorded observations Research Assistant Andrade Lab, Dept. of Zoology U of T May 2005 ­ Aug 2005 Provided technical assistance in a study on cannibalistic tendencies among Latrodectus hasselti (red-back) spider-lings. Subjected the experimental animals to the trials and procedures in the protocol. Recorded observations following each trial and procedure. Fed and bred the subjects for use in the experiment. EDUCATION

B.Sc. (Hon.) from University of Toronto (Developmental Biology Program). VOLUNTEERING

Pathways to Education (A project of Regent Park Community Health Center): Tutor (Grade 11 & 12 Biology/Chemistry) Nov 2004 ­ Jan 2005 Tutored high school students. Explained the key concepts in the lessons to the students. Helped students undertake academic activities assigned to them by their school-teachers. Toronto and Region Conservation Authority: Volunteer July 2003 - Sept 2004 Collected and compiled information on assigned endangered species in order to generate public education handouts. Conducted terrestrial monitoring surveys in the designated site. Conducted wood duck nest-box surveys. Gave presentations before visitors in public education events. INTERESTS Biology in general and Molecular Biology in particular. Geography and Natural History. Information technology. Study of various socio-political ideologies and economic systems.




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