Ayesha Kamal

Ayesha Kamal

Lecturer

  • Pakistan Studies,
  • Introduction to International Relations and Social Science

Education

Masters in International Politics
(Distinction) School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, United Kingdom
Bachelors (Honors) in Social Science and Economics (High Merit)
Lahore University of Management Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan
Advanced ‘A’ Levels
Lahore Grammar School, Defence

Experience

University of Central Punjab
Lecturer in Politics and International Relations

Khalid and Khalid – Talent Recruitment International
Research Consultant (Full Time/Part Time)

  • Provided internal advice on potential candidates for a specific role
  • Researched and collated information on new client prospects in local and international target markets
  • Analyzed and created databases of suitable candidates
  • Maintained regular interaction with the Managing partners and provided Advisory services on HR related issues such as training, recruitment
  • and handling employee and client queries
  • Prepared and updated Employee Manual adhering to and complying with company policies
  • Developed long term relationships with clients by building an understanding of their requirements and business culture and catering to their hiring needs
Volunteer work at Maternity and Child Welfare Association of Pakistan
  • Designed and published pamphlets to increase health awareness in remote areas of Lahore and Faisalabad among women and children
  • Organized trips to these areas and conducted meetings and information sessions

Teaching and Research

Assistant LUMS
  • Developed quizzes and assignments for students
  • Helped with assignment grading and uploading results on Student Course Registration System
  • Handled student queries during regular office hours
  • Conducted Tutorials on writing better Research papers

Projects

Masters Dissertation exploring the genealogy of colonialism in the international system. The project investigated how knowledge is created about developing countries and then used to formulate policies aimed at their development based upon neo-colonial ideals and beliefs.

  • Presented to a panel of academics and an audience of over 100 graduate and undergraduate students
  • Received grade of Distinction
  • Project archived in SOAS Library Dissertation Samples


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