Dr. Uzma Rani

Assistant Professor

Dr. Rani has completed her PhD degree in Psychology from the School of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia with major in Social Work, in 2021. She has been working in academia since her PhD degree completion as an Assistant Professor. Dr. Rani has research interests in the areas of migration studies, Social Psychology, Green Social Work, intervention development in Green Social Work, Qualitative Research Methods, ethical and legal issues in research and issues concerning marginalized communities. In the last year she has published an ISI indexed research article encapsulating the comprehensive review for ethical and legal issues in counseling. Currently, she is working on the development of a comprehensive intervention framework in the domain of Green Social Work, to address the refugees’ communities in Pakistan specifically and around the globe generally, keeping the policies of UNHCR in-line with the objectives of framework. In parallel, she is involved in the university teaching and supervising undergraduate students in their research projects. She has a keen interest in pursuing result-based projects of her interests addressing the issues of marginalized population specifically according to the global laws and policies for such communities.

PhD Psychology University Sains Malaysia 2022
MPhil Psychology Government College University Lahore 2014
Assistant Professor Capital University of Science and Technology Islamabad, Pakistan Since – 2023
1. Social Work
2. Green Social Work
3. Migration Studies
4. Refugee Studies
H. Dar, and U. Rani, “Ethical and Legal Issues and Dilemmas in Counselling: A Comprehensive Review,” Science International, vol. 35, no. 4, pp. 521-523, 2023.
U. Rani, A. Azman, and R. Ahmed, “Call for Humanity: The Living Need for the Policy Regulation in Countries’ Non-signatory to United Nations Convention of Refugees,” Science International, vol. 33, no. 1, pp. 31-33, 2021.
U. Rani, A. Azman, and R. Ahmed, “Review Article on Access to Higher Education for Syrian Youth: A Way Forward to Stabilize Syria through Human Capital,” Science International, vol. 33, no. 1, pp. 9-12, 2021.
U. Rani, A. Azman, and R. Ahmed, “Experiencing Life as a War Refugee: An Account of Syrian Refugees Residing in Peri-urban Centres of Malaysia,” Science International, vol. 32, no. 1, pp. 67-69, 2020.

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