Mohammad Akram Qureshi

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Mohammad Akram Qureshi (born 16 September 1950) was a player and coach (1986-1994) of the Pakistan Volleyball Federation. He was qualified as international coach from Japan's Tsukuba University.

As a player, he played for Pakistan till 1982. He coached Pakistan's national volleyball team with another Chinese coach and then became the head coach. His two other brothers Mohd Shafique Qureshi and Mohd Ameen Qureshi have also played for the national side. He has also coached the Wah Cantonment's POF volleyball team and is currently a sports instructor in the University of Wah.

Personal details

Name: MUHAMMAD AKRAM QURESHI
INTERNATIONAL VOLLEYBALL COACH/INSTRUCTOR
Nationality: Pakistani

Sports qualifications

COURSE

  • National Volleyball coaching courses Phase I & II sponsored by Pakistan Volleyball Federation. (1975)
  • National volleyball coaching course under the guidance of Chinese coaches organized by Pakistan Sports Board Islamabad. (1978)
  • International Coaching course sponsored by International Olympic Committee at Lahore, Pakistan. (1979)
  • International Coaching course sponsored by International Olympic Committee at Lahore, Pakistan. (1988)

Playing experience

  • Attended Pakistan Volleyball training camp. (1970)
  • Selected in Pakistan Volleyball team. (1972)

Coaching experience

  • Selected as National Volleyball coach by Pakistan Volleyball Federation and Pakistan Sports Board. (1975)
  • Imparted training to Pakistan women Volleyball team. (1976)
  • Visited Singapore with Pakistan Volleyball team as Head Coach. (1976)
  • Visited Malaysia with Pakistan Volleyball team as Head Coach. (1976)
  • Assisted Japanese and Chinese Volleyball coaches in National Training camps at Pakistan Sports Board Islamabad. (1976 to 1978)
  • Imparted training to Pakistan Volleyball team as Head Coach and won test series against Saudi Arabia held at Lahore. (1977)
  • Imparted training to Pakistan Volleyball team as Head Coach for participation in Asian Games at Bangkok. (1978)
  • Imparted training to Pakistan Volleyball youth team as Head Coach and participated in Asian Junior Volleyball Championship held in Saudi Arabia. (1984)
  • Imparted training to Pakistan Volleyball team and won an international tournament held in Sri Lanka. (1985)
  • Imparted training to Pakistan Volleyball team as Head Coach and won an international tournament by beating Indonesia in final at Lahore, Pakistan. (1986)
  • Imparted training to Pakistan Volleyball team and participated in Al-Fajar International Volleyball Tournament held in Iran. (1991)
  • Imparted training to Pakistan Volleyball team and participated in Asian Junior Volleyball Championship held in Iran. (1992)

Instructor experience

  • Delivering lectures on Volleyball games in the different courses sponsored by Pakistan Sports Board, Pakistan Volleyball Federation, Pakistan Educational Boards, Federal Education Department, Pakistan Telecommunication, and University Grants Commissions at Khanasppure (Ayubia), Rawalpindi, Haripure, Lahore, Murree and Islamabad. (1983 to date)
  • Imparting training of Volleyball Game in the academic institution (Male & Female)

In Rawalpindi, Islamabad and Wah Cantt, Pakistan. (1974 to date)

Awards

  • Awarded Nine Commendation Certificates by Chairman, POF Board, Wah Cantt in recognition of services rendered in the International Volleyball field. (1974 to 1992)
  • Awarded Commendation Certificate by Pakistan Sports Board, Islamabad. (1988)
  • Awarded Commendation Certificate by MPC & President POF Control Board Wah Cantt. Pakistan. (1994)
  • Awarded Commendation Certificate by the President Pakistan Volleyball Federation. (1995)
  • Awarded five Gold Medals as a player/coach by representing Rawalpindi Division/POF Volleyball Team in National Volleyball Championships. (1974 to 1981)
  • Pride of Performance (Chairman of POF). (2006–07)
  • Solo Foreign Qualified Volleyball Instructor/ Coach in Pakistan. (Tsukuba University Japan)

References