Rozina Jumani is heading College of Languages, Literature and Culture. As an Assistant Professor & Academic Coordinator, she has been engaged in Human development initiatives, faculty development and mentoring and teaching post graduate and undergraduate programs since 2007.
She has an MPhil, MA in Education & International Development from IOE- UCL London, MA in Linguistics from University of Karachi, MA in Islamic Studies, and Advanced Diploma in Leadership and Management from Aga Khan University-Institute for Educational Development. She led Pakistan in IVLP Program titled- Transitioning into ONLINE Learning in Georgia, Atlanta; Austin, Texas & Washington DC (USA). She is also a fellow at University of Oregon (USA) and completed her ‘Critical Thinking in Language Learning and Teaching’ program.
As a Development Consultant Strategic Planning & Capacity Building, she has been associated with education, training and development for the past two decades. Ms. Jumani has been developing programs for private, NGOs and government institutions. In particular, she has conducted professional development programs for novice and experienced professionals for private and public institutions.
There are several books and academic and research work on her credit and presented papers in national and international conferences and summits. She led early years Curriculum Development projects for the ministry of education and led monitoring and evaluation teams for institutional audits as well.
In her voluntary capacity, she serves as Chairperson, Aga Khan Education Board; also she is a Lead Facilitator of British Council Pakistan for its Active Citizen Project, EDGE Project; AWAZ II Project and GYM Project and WiL (Women in Leadership) Program for Southern Region.
Her research interests include intellectual traditions in Islam, Islam and Mysticism, Critical Pedagogy in teaching, Comparative teaching in literature and language development, Leadership for Human Development.
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