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Mr. Inam Elahi (MPhil UoL, Lahore)

LECTURER
PROFILE SUMMARY

Mr. Inam Elahi is an M. Phil in English Linguistics, Master in English Literature, PGD in TEFL, Certified in UbD, a skilled & experienced faculty member of EE Department. He is a Lecturer in Communication Skills & Technical Report Writing. As VFM (visiting faculty member) he taught at Air University Islamabad & University of Lahore Islamabad Campus.CDA of Print Media in Pakistan is his research work. From the University of the Punjab he did his Master in English Literature and earned a degree of M. Phil from UOL. He has a vast experience in teaching at Graduate & under graduate levels. Since 1997 he is engaged in teaching and administrating different education institutions at SS, HSS, Grad & Post Grad Level. Inam attended international conferences on Education in USA & India. He is also Certified in Instructional Leadership from College of Education Amherst, University of Massachusetts USA where he completed his Understanding by Design (UbD), a curriculum development program. Inam is also expert at backward designing.

QUALIFICATION
M. Phil English Linguistics The University of Lahore 2015
M.A English English Literature Punjab University Lahore 1997
PGD TEFL AIOU, Islamabad 2006
UbD Certification College of Education UMass USA 2014
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Lecturer Capital University of Science & Technology, Islamabad Since – 2016
Lecturer-VFM Air University Islamabad 2016
Lecturer-VFM University of Lahore – Islamabad 2016
Lecturer-VFM University of Lahore – Islamabad 2016
Educator, Lecturer, Administrator, Consultant & Trainer SS, HSS, Grad & Post Grad Level 1997 – 2016
MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
Coordinator VIS Constitution of Character Building Societies (CBS) 2017
Member FYP Reports Review Committee 2017
Member CUST QEC Newsletter Magazine 2017
HONORS & AWARDS
1. Selected for a fully funded ILIPE Program for USA in 2014 (A Certification at UMass USA)
RESEARCH AREAS / INTERESTS

  • Discourse Analysis, CDA
  • Communication Skills
  • ESP
  • Technical Report Writing
  • Socio Linguistics
  • JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
    1. “Familiar settings and culture in the texts make English language learning an easy task: A case of intermediate students”, Available at: http://www.abrj.org/category/volume-2-issue- 9/

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