Sarwat Nauman

Education Department

Assistant Professor

sarwat.nauman@iobm.edu.pk

 

 

 

 

Sarwat Nauman holds an MA in English Literature from the University of Karachi. She has successfully completed her MPhil in Education and is a PhD scholar at IoBM. She has teaching experience of 13 years and has been associated with Greenwich University and Defence Authority College for Women. She also holds the position of the Associate Editor for the Journal of Education and Educational Development (JoEED) which is published biannually by Department of Education.

  • PhD scholar(Education) Institute of Business Management, 2015-to date
  • MPhil (Education) Institute of Business Management, Pakistan, 2014
  • Masters (English Literature) University of Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan 2004
  • 08/11/2010 – to date:  Institute of Business Management
  • 01/03/2008 To 07/11/2010: Defence Authority College for Women Phase Viii
  • (Fall 2010): Greenwich University Karachi
  • 01/08/2006 To 30/11/2007 Pakistan International School Jeddah (English Section)
  • 03/03/2004 To 24/05/2006 Defence Authority College for Women Karachi.
  1. Paper presented at conference, English Scholars beyond Borders, Leeds Beckett University, (ESBB-2017) June 31-July 2.
  2. Paper presented at International Conference on Innovation and Emerging Trends in Education & Social Sciences Research (ICIETESS 2017) May 20 – 21, 2017
  3. HEC Training Workshop for the Editors from May 18-19
  4. Clubs instead of Classrooms, 15th Dec 2016 9-3pm, EMEC.
  5. ACSE 2016 Annual Meeting and training sessions August 10 & 11
    1. Improving your journal quality
    2. Learning about CrossRef
    3. ORCID
    4. Bridging Gap between authors and editors
  6. IELTS University Partnership – Teachers Training Workshop, June 1 & 2, 2016.
  7. Paper presented at International Conference on Experiential Learning (ICEL 2016), April 9 & 10, 2016
  8. ACSE 2015 Annual Meeting and Training Sessions August 13 & 14, 2015
    1. Publication Ethics, Peer Review and Metrics by Elizabeth Wager, UK
    2. Developing a Successful Journal by Pippa Smart, UK
    3. C21st Marketing for Scholarly Journals by Rachel Maund, UK
  9. Paper presented at Adved’15, International Conference on Advances In Education And Social Sciences – Istanbul, Turkey, October 12 & 13, 2015
  10. Attended SEF Teachers’ Conference 2015- Nurturing Future Leaders
  11. Attended 5th International Conference on Business Management March 11 – 12, 2015 
  12. Attended The Academic Day 2015 at Hotel Avari Tower Karachi On 12-06-2015 Organised by HEC and Microsoft
  13. Paper presented at The 16th INGED ELT Conference 4th to 6th October 2013, Izmir, Turkey 
  14. Paper presented at the Educational Conference at IoBM November 2013
  15. Attended 28th SPELT Conference 2013
  • Educational Policy
  • Critical thinking
  •  English Language
  • Business English
  • Higher Education
  • Development of an internship manual as an outcome of PhD thesis
  • The Reflective Framework for Generating Human Capital through Internships
  • Nauman, S., & Hussain, N. (2017) Provision of human capital by business schools of Pakistan: A need for the sustainability of the Pakistani banking sector, Journal of Education for Business, 92(1), 44-52
  • Nauman, S. (2017). Lack of critical thinking skills leading to research crisis in developing countries: A case of Pakistan. Learned Publishing, 1-4. DOI 10.1002/leap.1091
  • Nauman, S. (2016) Iqbal- Education and Cultivation of Self: A Way Forward for Muslims of the Subcontinent. Educational Philosophy and Theory. DOI: 10.1080/00131857.2016.1220857
  • Nauman, S. (2016). Evaluating Netspeak through Vygotsky’s Socio-cultural Theory and Its Effects on Pakistani Business School Students’ Standard English. Pakistan Business Review, 18(1), 232-246.
  • Nauman, S. (2015). Investing in Education: Pakistan as a Traditional Society in a Modern World. Journal of Education and Educational Development 2(1), 50-65.
  • Ali, L., Nauman, S., & Hussain, N. (2014). Improving Students’ Writing Abilities through Specific Goal-setting and Text-based Approach. Pakistan Business Review, 16(2), 377-395.
  • Nauman, S., & Hussain, N. (2014). Eliminating Netspeak from Academic Writings of University Students in Pakistan. Pakistan Business Review, 15(4), 718-740.
  • Nauman, S. (2013). Book Critique: An Introduction to Philosophy of Education, 4th Edition by RobinBarrow and Ronald Woods. Karachi: Pakistan Business Review, 15(1)., 96-203
  • Nauman, S., & Rasheed, M. A. (2012). Usage of Netspeak Among Pakistani Youth – With Regard to Self-Esteem, Genderand Educational System. Pakistan Business Review 14(3), 561-585.

Supervised MBA-ED Thesis

  1. Exploring Teachers’ Beliefs about Implementing Differentiated Instructions in a Mixed Ability Classroom of Private Middle Schools
  2. Effectiveness of Teacher’s Professional Development in Private Schools of Karachi
  3. The Impact of Private Tutoring on the Academic Skills of Students and Its Economic Impact on their Parents-A Qualitative Analysis
  4. Issues of social Media Integration in secondary education in Pakistan
  5. The Effect of Technology Exposure on Learning in Adolescents: Is It Wise to Give Personal Tablets to Teenage Learners in School?
  6. Systems Prevailing in Schools of Karachi, in Terms of Performance Appraisal of Staff – A Comparative Study
  7. Exploring Empowerment of Head Teachers and Teachers as Pioneers in Facilitating Young Dyslexic Children in Primary Mainstream Schools
  8. Scale Construction for Students’ Attitudes towards Mathematics at Secondary Level in Private Schools of Karachi
  9. In-Service Training of School Teachers: A Contributing Factor Influencing Students’ Learning Outcomes and Achievements 
  10. Scale Construction for Students’ Attitudes towards Mathematics at Secondary Level in Private Schools of Karachi
  11. Performance Appraisal System in Private Educational Institutions, Comparative Evidences from Pakistan  
  12. Speech and Language Delay of Children – Role of Parents and Teachers in the Child’s Holistic Development     
  13. The Need to Bridge the Employability Skills Gap Between Business Graduates and Workplace: A Case Study of a Business School in Karachi          
  14. Job Stress among ECE Teachers of Karachi and Its Effects on their Classroom Management                      

 

  • SPELT
  • ACSE

 

Institute of Business Management (IoBM)

Office,Room# A 119 SSKEC, Institute of Business Management

Korangi Creek, Karachi Pakistan – 75190

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sarwat.nauman@iobm.edu.pk