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Ms. Zarqa Bashir
In Charge English Department

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

With more than two decades of expertise in the academic and publishing sector, Ms. Zarqa Bashir has chaired as the Head of the English Department UHE, since 2021. She completed her masters in English Language and Literature alongside a master’s in TEFL. She is currently pursuing her MS. TESOL from LCWU. Her area of expertise includes course designing and language policies. Her current research focuses on Pakistan’s language policy, Mode of instruction, and competency of teacher training modules and their focus on English as a second language. She has authored various textbooks due to her expertise in curriculum development. She has been part of the Punjab Curriculum and Textbook Board for the last thirty years and has reviewed and edited countless books over the decades of her accomplished career. Department of English has initiated a BS in English Language and Literature alongside two new certificate courses under her headship and looks forwards to offering more diverse programs in the near future.

Email id : chair.eng@uhe.edu.pk

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Ms. Syeda Aiza Imran
Lecturer

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

Ms. Aiza has over 4 years of experience in teaching Functional English and Business communication skills to bachelor’s students. She has her M.Phil. in English Language and Literature from LCWU. She has been part of our BS Teaching Faculty since 2020 and is the Focal Person of QEC and Convener Board of Studies for the English Department. She is a published academic writer and has compiled four functional English books for UHE. Her expertise includes Functional English, Soft Skills and Emotional Intelligence as well as Business Communication Skills. She has her research papers presented and is currently engaged in producing more scholarly articles on Post Human Studies. Her area of research focuses on Post Humanism Studies, Disability studies under Medical Humanities in Literature, Psychodynamic study of Post-Colonial Subjectivity, Screen Literature, Theology, and Astro-theology in the context of the South Asian tradition of Mythologies.

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Ms. Mashal
Lecturer

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

Ms. Mashal has been part of the English Department UHE since 2021. She has her M.Phil. in English Language and Literature from LCWU. She has her expertise in Reading and Writing Skills within the domain of Functional English. Her domain includes critical reading Web-script and academic writing. She has presented her research papers at various platforms and is currently engaged in penning more. Her area of research comprises of Philosophy of Aesthetics, Postcolonial textual Interpretations, Politics of religion in Middle Eastern contrapuntal literature, Psychodynamic Textual Deconstruction of literary texts, Translation studies of World Literature.

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Ms. Kainat Khalid
Lecturer

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

Ms. Kainat has her M.Phil. in Applied Linguistics from Kinnaird College. She has six years of experience teaching at COMSATS University Lahore and joined the Teaching faculty of UHE in 2022. Other than teaching, she has an active profile in co-curricular activities. She has organized numerous inter-university competitions throughout her career and focuses on the students’ exposure-based learning. She is currently the faculty adviser for Debating and Literary Society UHE. She is also the In-charge of Examination for BS Programs for the department of English and a member of the Library Advisory Committee. Her interests are Research Methodology, Post-Colonial Literature, Bilingualism, and Lexicology

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Ms. Sulaim Sarfraz
Lecturer

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

Ms. Sulaim Sarfraz has her M.Phil. in English Literature from The University of Punjab and B.A. Hons from Kinnaird College for Women. She has joined the Teaching faculty of UHE in 2022. She is a scholar of English literature with research publications in international and national academic journals such as Journal of South Texas English Studies, U.S.A. and in the Journal of Research & Reviews in Social Sciences Pakistan. She has considerable experience of supervising thesis and teaching undergraduate English courses at Kinnaird College, NUML and UMT. She has also presented her research papers at various international conferences on her research interests including Ecocriticism, Gender Politics, Ecofeminism and Postcolonial Studies.