Ms. Darakhshan Batool



  • Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi.
    Lecturer (November 2007- Till Date).
  • FUCLAS (Foundation University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences).
    Visiting Lecturer. (August 2006 - September 2007)
  • Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi.
    Department Coordinator (July 2005 –March 2006).


  • M.Phil.
  • M.Sc in Mass communication.
  • BCA, area of specialization Graphic Designing.


  •  Academic book Publication, “Role of Effective Graphic Design on Print Advertisements”, by Lambert Academic Publishing, year 2013.

  • Launch Campaign for VPN(Virtual Private Network) of PTCL (Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited).(Completed).
  • Determinants of effective Graphic Designing and advertising (In process).

Workshops/ Seminars/ Conferences:

  • A seminar on "Tobacco Control Initiative" organized by Ministry of Health, in collaboration with HEC, Higher Education Commission, and World Health Organization, 29, January 2008.
  • A workshop on "Presentation and Communication Skills" by Higher Education Commission, Learning Innovative Department, August 21, 2008.
  • Workshop on "Research Practices and Publication" in collaboration with University of Bradford UK, under the British Council’s INSPIRE Project: Facilitating Women Parliamentarians in Pakistan, 11 December, 2012.
  • Professional Competency Enhancement Program for Teachers (PCEPT), workshop on Professional Development organized by National Academy of Higher Education, September, 2 to 26, 2013.
  • Participation in Drama Committee at BCA department, FJWU, December 2005.
  • Member/In charge of Stage Decoration Committee for Annual Women’s Week at FJWU, 2007 till date.


  • Graphic Designing.
  • Advertising in Mass Media.
  • Image treatment and Manipulation.
  • Video production.
  • Documentary Production.
  • Desktop Publishing and Printing.
  • Digital Print Making.
  • Audio/ Video Tools.
  • Mix Media and Paintography.
  • Mass Communication Media.
  • Print and Electronic Media Advertisements.
  • Theoretical Background of Mass communication theories.

Contact Details:

  • Phone:
  • 051-9292900, Ext: 206
  • Email: