Mr. Mohammad Akram began his career as professional and academic at the Department of Geography, School of Sciences, Uttarakhand Open University, Haldwani (Nainital) in 2016. He currently holds the capacity of Assistant Professor of Geography and is also engaged in pursuing a Doctoral Degree in Geography from H.N.B. Garhwal University. He is interested in teaching Hydro-geomorphology, Climatology, Oceanography and Geographical Thoughts. He started his academic journey with a Masters Degree in Geography and a Professional Degree in Education (B.Ed.).
He entered into the sphere of research at IITR, Roorkee as JRF and SRF in two different Research Projects. His area of research is Hydro-geomorphology. His ongoing research work for Doctoral Degree is an attempt to assess erosion rate and hydrogeomorphological situation in Lower Alaknanda Basin, Garhwal Himalaya. He has evaluated watershed management in Bundelkhand Region, one of the most backward regions in India. Mr. Mohammad Akram specializes in the field of hydro-geomorphic studies in geography. He has a strong bond with water. He considers using optimally and saving water and other natural resources from overuse and misuse, as acts of worship.
Anthropocene is his new interest field which impact he is experiencing in the changing physical and human environments of the Garhwal Himalayas. Believing on the fact that reality is always multifaceted, he emphasizes on multidisciplinary approach to sort out different dimensions of ever growing problems. His research interest relates to establishing close human-environmental associations through an inter-disciplinary approach to research.