Ms. Fizza Sabir

Assistant Professor (Leave)


Experience:


  • Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
    Visiting Faculty (Winter Semester 2010).
  • Supervised 5 students for their research for completion of their degrees for Master of Gender Studies (Fall Semester 2009).
  • Teaching Gender Mainstreaming in Monitoring & Evaluation at post-graduate level (Semester IV students) including student assessment and evaluation (Winter Semester 2003).

Qualification:


  • M.Phil. Psychology
    Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad.
  • Master of Assessment & Evaluation
    University of Melbourne, Australia.
  • M.Sc. Applied Psychology
    University of the Punjab, Lahore.

Publications:


  • Sabir, F. (2009). Book Review. Gender and Education in Pakistan. Vol. 8, No 2.
  • Sabir, F. (2009). A Critical Analysis of Student Assessment at Secondary Level (Grade IX & X) in Pakistan. Journal of Gender and Social Issues, Vol. 8, No 1. pp.27-33.
  • Sabir, F., Ali, S. (2005). Development of Psychological Adjustment Scale in Rahat Medical Journal, Vol. 3, No 2.
  • Rukh, L., & Sabir, F. (August 2004) Awareness among Adolescents about Child Sexual Abuse and HIV Aids in Rahat Medical Journal, Vol. 11, No 3.
  • Nizam, S., Sabir, F. (May 2004). Relationship Between Domestic Violence and Psychological adjustment among house wives in Rahat Medical Journal, Vol. 11, No 2.
  • Saleem, K., & Sabir, F. (April 2004). Behavioral Problems Amongst Child Laborers in Voice Against Torture Quarterly News Letter, Vol.11.
  • Anila, Khan, F.N., Sabir, F. (1993). Men’s Sex Role Attitudes as Related to their Age, Marital Status, Occupation, and Education published in Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research (PJPR) National Institute of Psychology, Centre of Excellence, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. Vol.8, Nos.3-4, pp. 53-63.

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