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Nazia Nazeer

Born and raised in Karachi, Pakistan, Nazia Nazeer studied Public Administration in Karachi University, Pakistan. She is a certified human resource and management specialist. Previously, she worked as a manager for Basil Biopharm, Pakistan. She has worked on many projects involving environment, human resources and management. She provides thought leadership and pursues strategies for engagements with senior executives on business and technology. She has interned with the Pakistan International Airlines and Mitchell’s Fruit Farms Limited, receiving recognition in developing organisational structures for different departments. She was also rewarded with certificate of excellence from Department of Neurology on establishing strategies. She provides consultancy in constructing manual for Bait-ul-Sakoon Hospital, Karachi. Nazia also worked under project Employee Performance Measurement in Quality Management Context and Future Perspective of Human Resources. She organises seminars and training sessions on human resources, communication skills, finance and marketing. She also holds a Diploma in Labour Law. She is currently a PhD student at the Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya, Malaysia. She has been engaged with ASEAN Environment and Economic Development project. She has also attended several courses in development studies and published articles with special concern on Pakistan technological up-gradation. Additionally, she assists in bridging between Karachi University, Lahore School of Economics, Institute of Business Administration and University of Malaya. She has attended and assisted in organising several seminars and conferences in University of Malaya. She also tutors undergraduate students in University of Malaya. Her research interests include ASEAN environment, technology transfer, technological capabilities and organisational capabilities.



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