Class of 2022
BSc (Honors) Social Development & Policy

Aspiration Statement

For my career, I am inclined towards research, strategy and management. I also wish to pursue my postgraduate studies in Public Policy, in either the field of public health or education. My other passions include travelling and singing.

Core Skills

  • Academic Writing
  • Content Writing
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft PowerPoint

Academic Awards / Achievements

  • Dean's List, Spring 2021
  • President's List, Spring 2019
  • Dean's List, Spring 2019
  • Dean's List, Fall 2019


Leadership / Meta-curricular

  • Head of Logistics, Serve Club (2020-2021)
  • Lead, The Red Code Project under Serve Club (2020)
  • RJ, Runway Radio (2020)
  • Asst. Committee Director (Boris Johnson's Select Committee on Brexit) for HUMUN Ill (2019)

Internship / Volunteer Work

  • Management Trainee | Recruiter, Shell (Sep 2022 - Present)
  • Communications & PR Associate, Dastgyr (May 2022 - Sep 2022)
  • Research Analyst Internship, K-Electric Limited (June 2021- September 2021)
  • Summer Research Program, Youth Center for Research (July 2020- August 2020)
  • Alumni Development Program - Internship, The Citizen Foundation (June 2019- July 2019)

Publications / Creative Projects

  • Productivity levels among undergraduates during COVID-19 Outbreak: Presented a paper at the 9th International Conference on Endorsing Health Science on Research (ICEHSR)
  • Presented preview of a documentary on the lives of some Afghan refugees in Pakistan at the first SDP conference, 2019
  • Conducted a primary research project on Improving the Experience of Government Offices for Differently-abled Persons in the form of observation, focus group interviews, and personal interviews to analyze the accessibility of government offices and institutions for the differently-abled person as part of the human-centered design approach. Interviews of differently-abled persons were carried out in collaboration with NOWPDP and other experts from organizations like Connect Hear. The findings were used to create a prototype product/service to help eliminate the issues faced.

Final Year Project

Project Title

Commercial Contract Cheating: The Perspective of Undergraduate Students of Pakistan as Providers and Customers


The phenomenon of commercial contract cheating has globally exceeded as a growing issue of academic integrity within the education sector. In recent times, Pakistan has also become a potential hotbed for this thriving business. While many studies are present on this phenomenon in countries like the UK, Canada, and Australia, hardly any exploratory research is available in the context of Pakistan. Hence, the purpose of this study is to understand the reasons that compel Pakistani undergraduate students to become a customer and/or a provider within the contract cheating industry and examine the different experiences they face. This exploratory qualitative study interviewed a sample of three customers and providers between the age of 18-25 years old. The findings help compare the trends, reasons, and experiences of students from developed countries to those in Pakistan while considering the country's various socio-economic and demographical contexts.