|Phone #: (92-51) 90644028 (Off)||E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Fax No.: (92-51)-2896004||Cell No.: 92-302-3104574|
| Mailing Address: House No. 78, Street No. 02,
Rawal Town, Islamabad, Pakistan.
| Civil Status: Married
|2006||Double M.A. (Foreign) in Political Science and International and Area Studies under Rotary World Peace Fellowship Program 2004-06||University of California, Berkeley, USA.|
|2002||L.L.B. (Three Years)||Government Law College Khairpur Mirs, Sindh, Pakistan.|
|1998||M.Sc. in International Relations||Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan.|
|1995||1993-1995 B.A. in International Relations||Shah Abdul Latif University Khairpur,Sindh, Pakistan.|
|Feb, 2008 to date||
National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad.
|July, 2006 to Feb, 2008||
Institute of Regional Studies (IRS), Islamabad, Pakistan; doing research on conflict resolution in South Asia, Missile Proliferation and East Asia; taking minutes of the round table conferences taking place in IRS and putting up reports on regional developments.
Freelanced for HW Productions, Los Angeles, California, USA as a translator; transcribed Urdu interviews and dialogue into English; the work was done for a Hollywood documentary feature film in spring 2006.
|Jan. 2005 - May, 2006||
Worked as a Program coordinator at the Program Office of International House, UC Berkeley, from January 2005-May 2006; worked as a lead PC on the lecture series titled, "Paradigm Shifts in a Globalized World" and annual mega event Spring Fest, the festival of cultures.
News paper Columnist:
Since October 2004 have written several articles in Sindhi daily "Khabroon" and "Sobh" on political and social issues especially on gender bias in Pakistan.
Teacher Traininer Experience:
Master Trainer in Intel Teach to the Future Program (Teacher's Training Program); Trained teachers to use computer technology in their teaching skills according to the course work provided by Intel.
Worked as a Lecturer in International Relations at Government Mumtaz Degree College Khairpur (Mir's), Sindh, Pakistan from December19, 2000 to September 18, 2004.
|1.||Research article "India's Ambitious Missile Programme and Second-Strike Capability" published in Spotlight, monthly publication of the Institute of Regional Studies (IRS), Islamabad, Pakistan, Vol. XXVI, No. 10, October 2007.|
Research article "A strategy for removing the deadlock in the peace process between India and Pakistan" published in Proceedings of One day International Seminar on "New Directions of Pakistan's Foreign Policy: Geopolitics, Security and Development" organized by the International Relations Department of University of Sindh, Jamshoro, Pakistan on Thursday, February 01, 2007.
Research article titled "Can India and Pakistan mitigate the Prisoner's Delemma over Kashmir?" in Edwin M. Epstein (ed.) "Sources of International and Intrastate Conflict and Possibilities for Resolution in this decade", Rotary Centers for International Studies Monograph Series, Vol. 1, 2006. http://www.rotary.org/newsroom/downloadcenter/pdfs/scholar_rid_article.pdf
Research article "Pakistan's Look East Policy: Opportunities and Constraints" published in "Regional Studies", Quarterly journal of the Institute of Regional Studies(IRS), Islamabad, Pakistan, Vol. XXV, Nol. 1, Winter 2006-07
Presented paper title "Can India and Pakistan mitigate their Prisoner's Dilemma over Kashmir?" on in Rotary World Peace Symposium, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, from 14-16 June, 2007.
Presented paper titled "A strategy for removing the deadlock in the peace process between India and Pakistan " in the British Association for South Asian STudies (BASAS) Annual Conference 2006, held in Birkbeck College, University of London, from 19-21 April, 2006.
The founding member of Help in Education and Literacy Promotion (HELP), an adocacy group started working in Khairpur (Mir's) from March 2007. This advocacy group is working on career counseling and career development. HELP organized a seminar on "Career Development" on April 19, 2007.
Remained Vice President of Beacon Educational Society Khairpur Pakistan from its inception in 1999 to September 2004. Beacon Educational Society established an English Learning center in Khairpur which is impacting English language literacy to the youth of Khairpur.
Member of Central Executive Committee of a Khairpur based Group of Amnesty International. This group raises its voice against the human rights violations and social evils in the area.
Worked as a General Secretary of Citizens Community Board (CCB) Dabbar and Bhurgari from its inception in 2002 until going to the US in fall 2004. Getting approval for the construction of Govt. Mumtaz College Khairpur library building was major achievement.
Member of Central Executive Committee of Citizens Community Board(CCB) village Mithri, taluka Kot Diji, District Khairpur. This CCB constructed a mosque in village Mithri and repaired compound wall of Boys High School Mithri.