Faculty Profile

Tamsila Nourin Naeem

Assistant Professor

Institute of Communication and Cultural Studies

 : tamsila.naeem@umt.edu.pk     : 

Tamsila Naeem has been the part of UMT since August, 2012. She is a scholar of Ph D Applied Linguistics at UMT as well. She has done her M Phil in Applied Linguistics from Kinnaird College Lahore in 2013. Her CGPA is 3.43. She has done her first master in English Literature and another master in TESOL (Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages) from Lahore College for Women University Lahore in 2007. She has also passed CSS Examination with the subjects of British History and Indian History in 1997.


Educational Qualifications (start with the latest)

a) Ph D English (in process)

b) M Phil in Applied Linguistics



Training / certifications





Interest (teaching / research) Areas

a) Teaching

b) Research

c) Phonetics and Phonology, Discourse Analysis


Professional / Teaching Experience (start with the latest)

a) University of Management and Technology, Lahore

b) University of Central Punjab, Lahore

c) Lahore College for Women University


Trainings Attended

a) Moodle, UMT, Lahore

b) Endnote, UMT, Lahore

c) Curriculum Development, Kinnaird College Lahore.


Selected Publications & Research

a)      Application of AIDA Model in Pakistani Advertisements.

b)      Application of Derrida's Deconstruction on Donne's Metaphysical Poetry.

c)      Epenthesis of /?/   by Urdu Speakers in English Consonant Clusters

d)     Pronunciation Problems Faced by the Students at Intermediate Level.

e)      Communication Disorders due to Lingo-Cultural Diversity; A Comparative Study of Rural and Urban Students at University level.

f)       Problems of Urdu Speakers with English Consonant Clusters

g)      Making of Pakistan; Cultural Aspects and Expectations

h)      Different issues faced by the teachers of English at primary level in Pakistan

i)        First Conditional Sentences; A Common Syntactical Error in Educational Institutions in Pakistan.

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