Ms. Uzma Mumtaz Aziz

Lecturer ,""
Phone No:051-9265100
Email ID:umaziz@numl.edu.pk

Education:

2016 MPhil English Literature

National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan

Thesis: Canada and Postcoloniality: An Analysis of the Works of Contemporary Multi-Ethnic Canadian Novelists

2007 MA English (Linguistics and Literature)

                National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan

                Thesis: Romantic Elements in Madame Bovary by Gustav Flaubert


Diploma and Certificate 

2005    Diploma Course in French Language

                National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan

2004    Certificate Course in French Language

National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan

2007 to date         Lecturer

                                National University Modern Languages, Islamabad

1995-1997            Senior School Teacher and Coordinator

Army Public School, Gilgit

1992-1993            Lecturer 

                                The City School, Mirpur Azad Kashmir


Research Supervision

Theses Supervision MA English

  1. Narrative Techniques in “Rebbeca” by Daphne Du’Maurier, Shanza Haroon, MA Eng NUML, June 2009.
  2. Identity Crisis in Mohsin Hamid’s “The Reluctant Fundamentalist”, Ayesha Khurshid, MA Eng NUML, June 2009.
  3. Effects of War in Khaled Hosseini’s “A Thousand Splendid Suns and The Kite Runner”, Fatima Burki, MA Eng NUML, June 2009.
  4. Identity Issues in Kamila Shamsie’s “Burnt Shadows’ and Mohsin Hamid’s “The Reluctant Fundamentalist” in Post 9/11 Scenario, Sheemah Khan, MA Eng NUML, May 2010. 
  5. Class Struggle in “The God of Small Things” by Arundhati Roy, Amna Gul, MA Eng NUML, June 2017.

Thesis Supervision Advance Diploma

  1.  Job Related Stress in Hospital Administrators, Maj Gen Najam-us-Saqib Khan, Advance Diploma in English Language and Literature NUML,  

Area of Interest:

                Canadian Literature

                American Literature

                Poststructuralism

                Postcolonialism

                Postmodernism    

International Conferences

· Faculty Research Fellowship

     Attended at The University of North Texas, Denton, USA from 16.8.13 to 23.9.13 which included attending lectures and discussions relevant to the research area and giving a cultural presentation about Pakistan (Northern Areas of Pakistan, History, Geography and Culture).

 

National Conferences:

7th-18th March 2016:         

Attended the Professional Development Faculty Workshop on “Research Methodology” arranged by NUML, Islamabad.

19th-20th October 2015:    

Attended the “International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities” arranged by NUML, Islamabad.

29th -30th June 2015:         

Attended a workshop on “Introduction to Postcolonial Studies” arranged by NUML in collaboration with University of North Texas, USA.

1st-24th June 2015:

Attended a workshop on “ Nationalism, Cosmopolitanism and Globalization” arranged by NUML in collaboration with University of North Texas, USA. 

31st March 2015:

Organised “Publications” for the Conference on Globalization and Post Colonial South Asian Writings in English arranged by NUML, Islamabad.

23rd Feb- 6th March 2015:

Conducted a Professional Development Faculty Workshop on “Teaching a Foreign Language” arranged by NUML, Islamabad. 

15th December 2015:

Attended a workshop on “Effective Communication Skills” arranged by Meeting Matters- Centre of Psychological Services and Training, F-7/2, Islamabad.

2nd-26th June 2014:

Attended a workshop on “Postcolonial Literature and Theory” arranged by NUML in collaboration with University of North Texas, USA.

15th-16th July 2013:

Attended a workshop on “Scholarly Publishing and Research Methodology” arranged by NUML in collaboration with University of North Texas, USA.

8th -9th July 2013:

Attended a workshop on “Thesis and Dissertation Supervision” arranged by NUML in collaboration with University of North Texas, USA.

31st January 2012:

Attended a workshop on “Women Managers: Why Middle Level Women Managers May Be the Most Important Workers in the Organisation?” arranged by Preston University, Main Campus, Islamabad.

1st-11th July 1997:

Attended a workshop on “Instructional Technology and School Management” arranged by Federal Government College of Education, Gilgit, Pakistan.