Dr. Farah Hashmi

Lecturer ,""
Phone No:051-9257645-140
Email ID:Farahhashmi1@hotmail.com

Education:2016  PhD in English Literature

§  National University of Modern Languages H-9, Islamabad

§  Specialization: Language and Literature

§  Thesis Topic: Interplay of Language and Gender: A Comparative Study of Selected Works of Contemporary Female Poets

 

2014    Research Fellowship at UNT

§  University of North Texas, USA

§  Research Paper: Problems encountered by Novice Researchers in Pakistan (Published in JRSS June 2014)

 

2006- 2008              Bachelors in Education

§  First Division

§  Allama  Iqbal Open University, Islamabad

§  Specialization: Teaching of English

 

2004- 2006              Masters in English

§  Division : First

§  National University of Modern Languages, H-9, Islamabad

§  Specialization: Literature & Linguistics

 

2002- 2004         Bachelors in Arts

§  Division : First

§  Govt. Post Graduate College, Rawalpindi

 

2010 –to date National University of Modern Languages ,Islamabad

· Lecturer (BPS-17)

 

2007- To-2010       Fazaia Inter College, Chaklala

· Subject specialist (FPS-16)

 

2006-2007   Govt. Post Graduate College for women, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi

· Lecturer 

· Awarded certificate of merit in English and applied psychology

· Awarded certificate of appreciation for co-curricular activities at Fazaia Inter College , Chaklala

· Editor of two magazines published in august 2009 and 2010

· Certificate of merit on attending  OUP Workshop regarding implementation of  OPE books in Fazaia colleges at PAF teachers training institute ,Islamabad

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· Writing poetry

· Reading books

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· Moralizing Effect in Oscar Wilde Fables 

· Analysis of Donne’s Poem from the Structuralist Perspective

· Research Paper on Genderlect 

· Problems Encountered by Novice Researchers in Pakistan published in JRSS (June 2014)

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o    (2006) Attended 1st International Conference on American Literature

o    (2008) Using Oxford Progressive English

o    (2012) Research Writing (Process & Procedure)

o    (2012) Research Process ( worked as Resource person)

o    (2013) Using Supplementary Material in Language Classrooms

o    (2013) Integrating Language Skills

o    (2013) Writing Resource Center

o    (2013) Promoting Gender Equality at Workplace

o    (2014) Writing for Publications (UNT-NUML Partnership)

o    (2015) Semantics & Metaphor (UNT-NUML Partnership)

o    (2015) Poetics(UNT-NUML Partnership)

(2015) 1st International Conference on Post-colonialism
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