Passion for teaching statement
Back in the years, when I started teaching my first students at secondary school level, I realise how passionate I was about teaching. In fact, I joined teaching at the age of eighteen after having earned a first Division at Cambridge Scholl Certificate and started teaching Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Now I teach mostly Management and Marketing subjects including Entrepreneurship.
I drew my inspiration for teaching from one of my Physics teachers who spent time sharing the theories and then gave us practical sessions in Class. He used to give a nominal twenty five cents for the one who completed the exercises first and most of the time I was the one to receive the prize. My fellow classmates saw my competence and never hesitated to approach me for helping them privately – that I did with pleasure. I continued helping my classmates even at post graduate level (MBA) when I used to hold sessions for some of my MBA classmates on Sunday morning. Back in the years, I was also giving private tuition to help my parents.
These contributions have been of great satisfaction to me and my learners. I always make it a point to illustrate my lectures with real life examples prompting students to visit supermarkets etc. to know about brands, pricing, products and services to build their own vocabulary and remain up to date with what is happening in Marketing and Management as a subject that I teach. I never miss any opportunity to learn and prepare myself for onward sharing with my students. As such even when I am travelling or busy with other things, the lecture notes are always at the back of my mind. I do share these tips with my students requesting them to make the best of idle times and jot down notes when ideas come to their mind where ever they are etc. I always make it a point to inform my learners that I benefit a lot from learning about their experience and assignments shared with me.
In hindsight today, I realise that I was born to teach for I did not hesitate to quit a managerial job that was quite attractive to join academia back in 1993. To shoulder my responsibility as a teacher, I commit myself to learning and doing to continuously update my knowledge and skills. I devote quite some time to regularly attend the Continuous Professional Development (CPDs) offered by my and other institutions. I am always among the first to incorporate what I learned for the benefits of my students.
As a teacher, I recognise the value of summative and formative feedback that I take time to develop to ensure the students are making the best of their courses and learning does take place. For this, I keep an open door policy and I am very prompt to respond to student’s queries and clear their doubts. My students do acknowledge my expertise and engagement in various occasions. I regularly earn the mention best or outstanding teacher.
I do not leave things to chance in my classes – whether online or face to face. I am always present and communicate promptly more often than not. I provide all necessary support but at the same time I encourage students to take initiatives such as visiting the library to support their assignments. As such, I do initiate my students to undertake library research to make a difference and enhance their knowledge and skills.
All in all, I can affirm that I have a passion for teaching and this continues to grow with time.
I am holder of Chemical Engineering degree (First Class Honours), MBA (with Distinction) and PhD from University of Mauritius. I have more than twenty years experience managing organisations, 25 years experience teaching and supervising project work including ten years experience teaching Management, Entrepreneurship and Marketing online. My teaching method is to enable you to follow my path and excel in the subjects taught and dissertations. I have the required patience and enthusiasm to ensure your progress.
I passed all my exams scoring First Class or Distinction. This also includes my PhD that I completed in 2000 under the supervision of Professor David Weir through a collaborative arrangement of the Bradford Management Centre and the University of Mauritius. I was the first academic staff of the University of Mauritius to have completed a PhD in Management at that time.
Certificate Obtained University Year Grade and comments
Cambridge School Certificate University of Cambridge 1968 Division 1
Awarded the New Eton college scholarship for HSC
First Year Science Bombay University, India 1975 First Class
Awarded KC college First Prize and scholarship for completing Inter Science
Inter Science Bombay University, India 1976 First Class
Awarded KC college First Prize and scholarship for completing Bachelor degree
Bachelor of Chemical Engineering, Bombay University, Department of Chemical Technology India 1980 First Class
Master of Business Administration, University of Mauritius 1993 Distinction
Topped the student list and awarded the De Chazal Du Mee (DCDM) Trophy and Cash Prize
PhD in Management.
Title of thesis:
Towards a model for the Performance of Public Enterprises: The Case of Mauritius University of Mauritius 2000 Completed PhD under the supervision of Professor David Weir, ex director of the Bradford Management Centre, University of Bradford and the Northumbria School of Business in Newcastle, UK.
My practical experience in the private sector
I successfully turned around two companies that were on the verge of bankruptcy. As these two companies were medium size ones, my decisions and initiatives were instrumental to get them back on track and grow. I was more than a General Manager taking full responsibility of Production (as an Engineer), Marketing and day to day administration. In the process I acquired loads of hands on experience in managing and leading organisations over more than fifteen years – the very reason why I have lots of success and respect in my teaching and something most valuable in academia.
Period Position Employer
1. July 2015 - to date Recognised Teacher and Research Project supervisor University of Roehampton/Laureate
2. July 2014 - January 2016 Professor of Marketing Asia Pacific Institute of Management, New Delhi, India
3. Feb 2013 to date Managing Director Pink Catering Ltd
I am responsible for Marketing and Public Relations. This recently opened company is making rapid progress under my leadership. Several events involving more than 500 persons have been successfully implemented.
4. Sep 2009 to date Honorary Lecturer and
Dissertation Advisor University of Liverpool/Laureate.
5. Nov 2009 to date Part time Professor of Marketing University of Mauritius
6. May 2010 to date PhD co Supervisor of one student
University of Technology, Mauritius
7. May - Aug 2008 Acting Dean Bang College of Business, KIMEP
I had the opportunity to lead the Business school during the vacation period of the substantial Dean.
8. Aug 2007 - Aug 2009 Professor of Marketing and Management Bang College of Business, KIMEP, Almaty, Kazakhstan
9. Nov 2004 Visiting Professor INSCAE, Antananarivo, Madagascar
10. Dec2005 Visiting Professor INSCAE, Antananarivo, Madagascar
11. Jan2006 Visiting Professor INSCAE, Antananarivo, Madagascar
12. Nov/Dec 2006 Visiting Professor, Universite Aix en Provence, Marseille, France
13. August 2005 –July 2006 Visiting Faculty Al Akhawayn University, Ifrane, Morocco
I spent one year Sabbatical leave at the Al Akahwayn University in Morocco and pursued post-doctoral studies. Mauritius I formed part of a consortium of researchers under Service International Research Consortium (SIRCO) that comprises researchers from Université Paul Cézanne Aix Marseille (France), Université de la Méditerranée (France), Université Saint Esprit à KASLIK (Liban), Centre de recherche en sciences sociales, Université du Québec à RIMOUSKY, Québec, Canada, Université des Etudes Etrangères du Guandong, Canton, Chine, Centre de recherche sur l’interculturel. My post doctoral research resulted in a co authored Chapter of a book published by Edward Elgar publications in which we discussed partly how migration contributed to Knowledge Management in Mauritius.
14. June – July 2004 Visiting Associate Professor Graduate Management School, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
15. Aug 2003 to June 2004 Dean, FLM, University of Mauritius, Reduit, Mauritius
As Dean, I provided academic leadership in the Faculty, encouraged colleagues to be involved in research and register for their MPhil/PhD. I had the opportunity to serve on the highest-level University committees such as Council and Senate. I developed a number of strategic partnerships with domestic and international institutions and promoted the lifelong learning and flexible programme of studies.
16. July 2003 – July 2007 Associate Professor FLM, University of Mauritius, Reduit,
17. Aug1997 – June 2003 Senior Lecturer FLM, University of Mauritius, Reduit,
18. Dec 1993 – July 1997 Lecturer FLM, University of Mauritius, Reduit,
19. Oct 1991 – Nov 1993 Managing Director, Top Care Services LTD., Curepipe, Mauritius
I set up this Public Limited Company from scratch as my first entry in the entrepreneurial field and as a family business. I provided strategic vision and leadership to ensure the company’s growth and success.
20. Sept. 1987 - Sept 1991 Production and Marketing Manager Eclair Batteries Ltd, PL. Mauritius
I managed the Production and Marketing Department. I designed and managed the Quality Control laboratory and managed the ISO certificate process with the Mauritius Standards Bureau. I formulated, implemented and controlled the Strategic Marketing and Production Plan during the years of service.
21. Dec 1980 - Aug. 1987 General Manager Compagnie Mauricienne des Huiles de Petrole Ltee, Mauritius
I turned around the company that was close to liquidation. I took charge of Production and Marketing and day to day administration. I established a distribution network and broadened the customer base. I set up a Quality Control laboratory for Petroleum products –among the first laboratories of its kind in Mauritius. I formulated, implemented and controlled the Strategic Management Plan for the company.
22. Jan 1969 – July 1973 Education Officer (Teacher) New Eton College, Mauritius
Secondary School teaching
CPD training and other activities (other than research) over the past FIVE years which have contributed to the updating or development of my subject matter and teaching expertise
Activity Organisation Date
Research Project Supervision UOL/Laureate February 2018
Feedback that encourages Student Development
UOL/Laureate January 2017
How to engage and motivate online Learners
UOL/Laureate June 2016
Kaltural Workshop UOL/Laureate June 2016
Intercultural Communication UOL/Laureate December 2015
S o c i a l i z e d C l a s s r o o m UOL/Laureate November 2015
MPA-Theology Faculty Training UORL May/June 2015
Team Teaching UOL/Laureate June 2015
Multimedia Integration in the Classroom UOL/Laureate May 2015
Designing Mobile Learning Spaces UOL/Laureate May 2015
A D V A N C E D A D O B E C O N N E C T H A N D S - O N UOL/Laureate May 2014
Using Professional Learning Logs UOL/Laureate February 2014
Using Ongoing Formative Feedback UOL/Laureate February 2014
Using Audio To Enhance Online Teaching UOL/Laureate December 2013
Techniques in Dissertation Advising UOL/Laureate September 2013
Effective Discussion Board Facilitation UOL/Laureate September 2013
UOL/Laureate May 2013
Mastering Grading for UoL
UOL/Laureate May 2013
UOL/Laureate June 2013
Case Study Methodology UOL/Laureate November 2012
Creating High Quality Feedback Workshop UOL/Laureate December 2012
Training Intake Foundations UOL/Laureate May 2011
Feedback Training UOL/Laureate May 2010
Online Facilitation Workshop UOL/Laureate October 2010
New Intake Workshop UOL/Laureate October 2010
Academic Integrity Workshop UOL/Laureate June 2010
Feedback Training UOL/Laureate May 2010
Dissertation Advising Training UOL/Laureate February 2010
Examiner of Ph.D. thesis titled ‘A Study On The Role Of Clearing And Forwarding Agents In Export Promotion And Exporters’ Satisfaction Level On Their Services ‘ Bharathiar University, Coimbatore. November 2012.
Examiner of Ph.D. thesis titled ‘A Study On The Role Of Clearing And Forwarding Agents In Export Promotion And Exporters’ Satisfaction Level On Their Services ‘ Bharathiar University, Coimbatore. November 2012.
Examiner of the PhD Thesis: “Marketing Problems of A self Help Groups: A study with special reference to Kanyakumari District”. Alagappa Institute of Management, India January 2007.
Examiner of the PhD Thesis: 'A Study on Potential Appraisal System of Employees in Neyveli Lignite Corporation Ltd.' Alagappa Institute of Management, India February 2007.
Examiner of Ph.D. thesis ‘The situation and status of e Governance in India’ Bharathiar University, Coimbatore. February 2017.
Examiner of Ph.D. thesis ‘Study On The Attitude Of Women Self Help Groups Towards Effectiveness Of Microfinance In Tirupur District’ Bharathiar University, Coimbatore. April 2017.
1 Entrepreneurship and Gender: Comparative Study of Male and Female Entrepreneurs in Mauritius Candidate is Ms M. Gungaphul, Senior Lecturer and Head of Department of Management, University of Mauritius. Completed successfully in March 2012
2 Exploring HRM Principles and Practice in the case of Women Human Resource Managers in Mauritius. Candidate is Mrs Deepika Faugoo, Head of Department of Public Policy and Management. University of Technology Mauritius. Ongoing - transfer from MPhil to PhD approved in January 2017.
Membership Editorial Board
1. Member of editorial board of the Asian Journal of Marketing (AJM) 2004 - 2010
2. Member of editorial board of Journal for International Business and Entrepreneurship Development. (JIBED) 2005 – 2010
3. Mentor - Emerald /AuthorAID from March 2009 to date
4. Reviewer Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management (JHMM), Nov 2012 to date
5. Reviewer Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management, January 2013 to date
6. Editorial Member International Journal of Environment (IJE), May 2013 to date
7. Member of editorial review board of the PES Business Review 2013 to date
8. Article Editor, Sage Open Publications, April/May 2014
9. AuthorAID Community Moderator from February 2018
Research Experience And Publications (last ten years)
Articles under review
Black D., Bissessar C. and Boolaky M. (2018) ‘Online Higher Education Opportunity Equalizer: The changing canvas of online education’. Interchange A Quarterly Review of Education. submitted in December 2019 under review.
Bissessar C. , Black D. and Boolaky M. (2018) "An analysis of intercultural students' self-determination in graduate online programs: Implications for praxis" Online Learning (OLJ) – submitted in January 2019 under review.
Zamzagul S., Gungaphul, M. and Boolaky M. (2018) ‘An exploratory study of factors that promote and hinder development of small and medium sized enterprises in Kazakhstan’ Linked Pulse 23 March 2018
Boolaky M. (2018) ‘Time Management: Useful Tips’ Linked Pulse 26 February 2018
Etokudoh E.P., Boolaky M. and Gungaphul M. (2017) ‘Third Party Logistics Outsourcing: An Exploratory Study of the Oil and Gas Industry in Nigeria’ SAGE Open October-December 2017: 1–19 DOI: 10.1177/21582(concealed information)6
Adeyemi, Ayotunde Mary; Boolaky, Mehraz; Gungaphul, Mridula.(2017) How do Brands compare from the perspectives of the CBBE model: A Comparative study of a Local and International Brand in Nigeria. Journal of Research in Marketing, [S.l.], v. 7, n. 3, p. 566-579, aug. 2017. ISSN 2292-9355.
Bosson Ecartin Koutoua, Boolaky Mehraz, Gungaphul Mridula (2016) ‘The Influence of National Culture on Marketing Strategies in Africa’, Journal of Business Administration Research Vol 5, No 2, pp.83-100
Mashingaidze, Edward Ushemazoro; Boolaky, Mehraz; Bushan, Mokshda. (2015) ‘Socio-Economic And Integration Benefits In Sadc: A Cross-National Analysis In Zimbabwe’ Journal of Contemporary Management Research 9.1 (Mar 2015): 1-25.
Gajic, N, & Boolaky, M 2015, 'Impact of technical support on customer satisfaction: Case of automotive paints', SAGE Open, 5, 4, p. 19p., Scopus, EBSCOhost, viewed 5 April 2017.doi: 10.1177/21582(concealed information)7 Online ISSN: 2158-2440
Mosca N. and Boolaky M . 2015 "INTRINSIC MOTIVATION IN NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS (NPOS): AN EXPLORATORY STUDY", ELK's International Journal of Social Science ,Vol.02 no.1 pp. 126-150
Abuamer E. and Boolaky M. (2015) ‘Consumer Behaviour towards Green Building: A study in ABU DHABI’ International Journal of Business Administration. Vol. 6, No. 3 pp.72-85
Maxwell Akaba; Debra Black; Mehraz Boolaky; Piali Haldar . 2015 "Child Television Advertising: The Perception, Attitude and Observations of Ghanaian Parents", ELK's International Journal of Marketing ,vol.06,no.2 pp. 1-27
Andjelkovic O., and Boolaky M. (2015), ‘Organizational Learning: A Case Study Of An International Non-Profit Organization’ International Journal of Business Administration Vol. 6, No. 2, pp.124-137
Boolaky M., Condon C., Shioulochun N. and Goyal S. (2015) ‘How is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) understood and viewed by Customers?’ Asia-Pacific Marketing Review Volume 3 Issue 2 pp.155 - 170
Unruh J., Aderogba A. and Boolaky M. (2014) ‘Gender Issues in Entrepreneurship: The case of entrepreneurs in Nigeria.’ International Journal of Business & Globalisation Volume 13, Number 1/2014
Boolaky M. and Sunkavalli S.P. (2014) ‘An academic review of the first two volumes of the International Journal of Environment (IJE)’ International Journal of Environment, Volume 3 No 2
Golnaz R. and Boolaky M. (2013) IPTV in the UAE: Its Implications on Consumer Satisfaction and Behaviour. Proceedings of Asia Pacific business research conference held on 28th-29th Dec 2013 at Sydenham Institute of Management Studies-University of Mumbai at Mumbai.
Condon, C.N. and Boolaky, M.(2013) ‘Aligning Online Discussions With Bloom’s Criteria For Higher Order Thinking’, Proceedings of the European Distance and E-Learning Network on The Joy of Learning Enhancing Learning Experience - Improving Learning Quality 2013 Annual Conference Oslo, 12-15 June, 2013 ISBN (concealed information)
Gungaphul, M. and Boolaky, M. (2010), Niche Market Strategy in SMEs In Mauritius, Global Management Conference, Bali 2010 Organized by Global Academic Services, Canada & Gunadarma University, Indonesia
Gungaphul, M. and Boolaky, M. (2009), Entrepreneurship and Marketing: an exploratory study in Mauritius. Journal of Chinese Entrepreneurship. Vol 1 No.3 pp. 209-226
Gungaphul, M. and Boolaky, M. (2009) Entrepreneurship and Lessons from Small Family Businesses in Mauritius.ERENET Profile. Vol IV, No. 4. pp.26-33 ISSN 1789-624X
Smagulova, A., Shegebayev, M., Garkavenko, V. & Boolaky, M. (2009). Ethical Practices & Social Responsibility of Kazakhstani Tourism Business: A Pilot Study in the Tour Operator Sector. VI KIMEP International Research Conference (6thKIRC), 23 – 24 April, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Boolaky M. and Gungaphul M (2008) “A study of the importance of Marketing in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in Mauritius”, Awarded best paper by Emerald Publishing and published in the proceedings of CAMOT 2008 International Conference in Beijing (21 -23 October 2008) Vol 2 pp 1058-1075 ISBN: 978-1-(concealed information)
Boolaky, M., Gungaphul, M and Weir, D (2007) “Linking Entrepreneurship and Marketing: A pilot Study on Successful Entrepreneurs in Mauritius” Paper published in the proceedings of the DOMS 2nd International Management Conference in November 2007 – University of the West Indies, Barbados
Aderogba Adewusi, and Boolaky Mehraz (2012) SME Incentive Schemes in Nigeria: Impact and Implications on Nigerian Youth and Policy Makers, Lambert Academic Publishing
Boolaky M., Gokhool D., Seebaluck A.K., Management: Concept and Applications, Editions de L’Ocean Indien,
Boolaky M. et al Organisation and Management. A self-contained textbook for Distance Education published by the Center for Distance and Lifelong Learning, Edited and reprinted in 2013
Boolaky M., Gokhool D. and Gungaphul M Introduction to Marketing. A self-contained textbook for Distance Education published by the Center for Distance and Lifelong Learning, Edited and reprinted in 2013
Boolaky M. and Gokhool D. Organisational Behaviour. A self-contained textbook for Distance Education published by the Center for Distance and Lifelong Learning, Edited and reprinted in 2013
Chapters in Books
Boolaky M., Gungaphul M., and Weir D. (2007) ‘Mauritius: Towards a knowledge hub and society’ in Kate Hutchings and Kavoos, Mohannak (eds) Knowledge Management in Developing Economies: A Cross Cultural and Institutional Approach., Edward Elgar Publications, UK, ISBN 978-1-84542-786-3
1999 -2002 University of Indian Ocean and European Union sponsored project for the MBA (Bilingual) programme.
I provided academic leadership and managed the project that provided scholarships to students from the islands of Reunion, Comoros, Seychelles and Madagascar to pursue a one-year full time MBA studies at the University of Mauritius. I designed the programme of studies, recruited the students with the help of the UOI, and followed up with the students from arrival to Mauritius till their departure. I also identified other partnering institutions such as Bradford Management Center (University of Bradford) Northumbria Business School of the University of Newcastle, INSCAE of Madagascar, and Seychelles Institute of Management from Seychelles. The programme was externally evaluated and recommended for renewal to a second batch of students from the IOC islands.
2002- 2003 University of Indian Ocean and European Union sponsored project for the design and implementation of an International Marketing Management Seminar in Seychelles
I provided academic leadership and managed the project that provided scholarships to executives from the islands of Seychelles to familiarize and develop capacity in the field of International Marketing. I designed the programme of studies, identified the participants with the help of the Seychelles Institute of Management, and developed the teaching and learning materials and ran the programme. The programme was externally evaluated and recommended for renewal to a second batch of participants
March 2003 University of Indian Ocean and European Union sponsored project for Training the Trainers Workshop in University of La Reunion, Reunion Island 2003,
I provided academic leadership and managed the project that provided scholarships to the team of researchers to attend a workshop in Research Methodology to researchers from the Indian Ocean Islands: Mauritius, Reunion, Seychelles, Comoros and Madagascar. We designed and ran the four day workshop in a team.
2003- 2006 European Union sponsored project for designing and running an MSc. Ports Management and Administration to be offered by distance mode.
I provided co leadership with a UOM colleague to design the programme of studies, identified the partners to collaborate in the project – the Mauritius Ports Authority and the University of Aix en Provence in Marseilles, France. At the UOM, we developed the distance education materials along with colleagues from the University of Aix en Provence in Marseille for the first year of studies that started in July 2005. I directed the programme till 2007.
Project Supervision: 1994 – 2012
Project supervision: I supervise the research work of more than 300 students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
• Registered with the Council of Professional Engineers in Mauritius as a Certified Professional Engineer since 1983.
• Vice President of the Mauritian Management Association February 1999 –2003
• Member of the Mauritian Management Association, Jan 2004 to date
• Alumni of the University of Bombay, Department of Chemical Technology since 1993
Awards And Honours
Won the first prize and best student award for First Year Science at K.C. College of Bombay University 1974/1975
Won the first prize and best student award for Inter Science at K.C. College of Bombay University (1975/1976).
Won the KC college Championship in Chess 1975
Won the De Chazal du Mee Cash Award and Trophy for the best final year MBA student at the University of Mauritius (1993).
Outstanding visiting Professor shield from Al Akhawayn University, Ifrane, Morocco (2006)
Award for Best Paper by Emerald Group Publishing Limited that was presented by CAMOT (China Association for Management Technology) inaugural Conference in Beijing October 21-23 2008
Top Collaborator, University of Liverpool/Laureate , Centre for Faculty Excellence (2013)
Best Reviewer Award, International Journal of Environment (IJE) (2014)
I'm happy to recommend Dr. Mehraz Boolaky. He is a regular volunteer facilitator on our online courses in research writing, and is also a volunteer mentor for us at www.authoraid.info. He is an experienced online teacher and is always willing to help and provide helpful advice to students and early career researchers, whether that be in written advice or video discussion. I'm also lucky to have met him in person and can vouch for his trustworthiness and good humour.
I met Dr. Mehraz Boolaky during my Master of Public Administration studies at the University of Roehampton. Professor Boolaky was teaching the Research Methods that I attended from November 2016 until January 2017. During the three-months module, I was quite impressed with Professor Boolaky's dedication to bringing out the students' full potential.
Professor Mehraz provided the opportunity to discuss relevant concepts and literature to underpin our learning process. He was perceived by students as strict but fair. Mehraz is a committed teacher, always available to students for constructive consultations. With his teaching methods and strategy, Professor Boolaky succeeds to facilitate the education process very well, whereby the students are provided with the learning conditions in which they are able to achieve the best results.
I remember having personal issues during the module and, and as a result, having significant troubles in defining my Master Research Project general framework. Most particularly refining the research question and related sub-questions. I kept it too broad all the time and could not find relevant literature to this regard. Professor Boolaky insisted that I put in all my efforts until I focused on the research question. Finally, this support resulted in a Master Research Project graded with Merit.
For all said reasons, I would recommend Mehraz to other students so that you all can accomplish your educational and professional goals.
I know Mehraz as my research advisor when I studied at the University of Liverpool.
When I first called him Dr/Mr. Boolaky, he politely requested that I call him just Mehraz. So, in later messages and letters, I called him “Mehraz”.
Mehraz always supported me through all stages of work. At the same time, he allowed me to take independent decisions about the research, which left me free to act in all phases of my project, from the collection of bibliographic data to the final report. However, at the each stage he analyzed the methodology and the results, corrected errors, and recommended the right path through my analysis.
So, Mehraz was an ideal guide for me.
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