Nasir Mehmood

Lecturer ,""
Phone No:03428027106
Email ID:nsmehmood@numl.edu.pk

Education:

Academic Qualification

 

Degree

Institute

CGPA/ Percentage

Subject

Year

PhD*

NUML

3.44

English (Linguistics)

in progress

Mphil

NUML

3.43

English (Linguistics)

2015

MA

Peshawar University

C,  46.5 %

English(lang & lit)

2004

Dip in TEFL

AIOU

B, 64 %

Grammar, phonology, Psycholinguistics

2008

B.Ed

Punjab University

B, 64 %

Edn Psychology, Philosophy of Edn

2001

BA

Peshawar University

C, 48 %

English elec, Isl, P.S

1999

F.Sc

BISE

C   55%

Pre-medical

1994

Matriculation

BISE

B    63%

Science

1992

Experience

15 years experience of teaching English up to Post graduate level at different academic institutes.

Computer and Other Skills

Area of Interest

Ø  I take special interest in translation studies, a subfield of applied linguistics. I have done my Mphil research dissertation on the “Analysis of English translation of Khushhal Khan Khatak’s Pashto poetry by Howel and Caroe. Presently I am working on three English translations of Iqbal’s famous poems Shikwah and Jawab e Shikwah research in the same area in my PhD.

Distinctions. I have got a letter of appreciation from Dean, Faculty of Higher Studies for the earliest completion of my MPhil research dissertation.  

Research publications

Mehmood, N.& Umar, H. (2013, Autumn).

Translation as adaptation: An exploration of Howel and Caroe’s English translation of Khushhal’s poetry. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, vol 21, no 2 (2), autumn 2013, pages 45-48.

Manuscripts Submitted for Publication

Mehmood, N., & Umar, H.

Strategies of domestication and foreignization in Howel’s and Caroe’s English translation of Khushhal’s Divan

          Mehmood, N., & Waris, G.

Grammatical gender and its effect on cognition-A case of Pashto language

          Alam, F., & Mehmood, N.

The importance of bilingual text on commercial products in Pakistan-A sociolinguistic perspective

Workshops attended

Ø 4 weeks workshop regarding research methodology conducted at NUML in July 2015 .