Department of History

Publications

Dr. Sumaira Noreen

 

  1. Fakhra Aziz, Moafia Nader, Sumaira Noreen, ShaguftaMoghal, ‘The Expectations and Experiences of Research Supervisors Concerning the Intellectual Capacity of Their Supervisees’, Webology, Vol. 18, 2021 ISSN 1735-188X, 1426-1435. (X –International)

  2. Amna Umar, Sumaira Noreen, ‘Evaluating the Assessment Process of English Language Program at Higher Secondary Level: How far practice embodies prescribed?’, Pakistan Journal of Social Issues, Vol. 12, 2021, ISSN 2219-2433 (Online) ISSN 2788-4198 (Print),147-158. (Y –National)

  3. Fakhra Aziz, AbiraIsmat Butt, Sumaira Noreen, ‘A Constructive Approach to Develop an E-Leadership Model for 21st Century Universities’, Indian Journal of Economics and Business, Vol. 20, Issue 4, 2021, ISSN 0972-5784, 83-91. (X –International)

  4. Sumaira Noreen, ‘Trends in Understanding Curriculum: A post-1980s Analysis’, Research Journal of Social Sciences and Economics Review, Vol. 2, Issue 3, 2021, ISSN 2707-9023 (online), ISSN 2707-9015 (Print), 152-157. (Y –National)

  5. Rifat Saba, Sumaira Noreen, ‘Effect of Narrow Listening Strategies on the Second Language Learners of Grade 5 in Private Schools of Pakistan’, Research Journal of Social Sciences and Economics Review, Vol. 2, Issue 3, 2021, ISSN 2707-9023 (online), ISSN 2707-9015 (Print), 143-151. (Y –National)

  6. Sumaira Noreen, Aqsa Tahir, ‘English Textbooks and Presentation of Colonial Legacy: A Content Analysis of Punjab Government’s English Textbooks for Secondary Schools 1957-1962’, Journal of Educational Research & Social Science Review (JERSSR), Vol. 1, Issue 2, 2021, ISSN: 2710-4532, 7-14. (Y –National)

  7. Sumaira Noreen, ‘Secondary Education in Bengal during the Dyarchy’, Elementary Education Online, Vol. 20, Issue 5, 2021, ISSN, 1305-3515, 3346-3354. (X -International)

  8. Aniqa Munir, Sumaira Noreen, ‘Global Citizenship Education and Gender Equality in English and Islamiat Textbooks by Punjab Board’, Journal of Educational Research & Social Science Review (JERSSR), Vol. 1, Issue 2, 2021, ISSN: 2710-4532, 1-6. (Y –National)

  9. Amna Umar, Sumaira Noreen, ‘A Qualitative Exploration of Teachers’ Perceptions about the Theory and Practice of English Language Program at Higher Secondary Level’, Academic Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 5, Issue 2, 2021. ISSN: 2521-0149, ISSN 2519-7983, 178-192. (Y – National)

  10. Fakhra Aziz, Sumaira Noreen, QurratulainErshad, Rifat Saba, Tamer Kutluca, ‘Exploring   the Mediating Role of Psychological Capital for Correlation of Leadership Intellectual Stimulation and Organizational Commitment’, LinguisticaAntverpiensia, Vol. 2021, Issue-1, ISSN: 0304-2294, 2530 – 2544. (W -International)

  11. Irfan Ullah Khan, Muhammad Idris, Sumaira Noreen, ‘Influence of Emotional Intelligence on Emotional Dissonance and Innovative Work Behavior’, Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews. Vol. 9, Issue 3, 2021, eISSN 2395-6518, 451-458. (W-International)

  12. Muhammad Idris, Dr. Said Saeed, Sumaira Noreen, ‘Preventing Violent Extremism through Augmenting Community Resilience and Empowering Community Members in Swat’, International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change. Vol. 15, Issue 6, 2021, ISSN 2201-1323, 2201-1315. (W –International)

  13. Sumaira Noreen, ‘Grow More Food Drive and Secondary Curriculum Developments in Colonial Punjab during Second World War’, Research Journal of Social Sciences & Economics Review, Vol. 1, Issue 4, 2020, ISSN 2707-9023 (online), ISSN 2707-9015 (Print), 301-306.  (Y -National)

  14. Sumaira Noreen, Aqsa Tahir, ‘Textbooks & Nationhood: A Content Analysis of Punjab Secondary Curriculum English Textbooks during Early Ayub Khan Era in Pakistan’, Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, ISSN 2311-293X,2414-8512, Vol. 7, Issue 2, 2020, 269-278.   (Y -National)

  15. Sumaira Noreen, Sadia Shahbaz, ‘Schools as Learning Organizations: Impact of Age & Experience of Preschool Teachers understanding about Disciplines of Learning Organization in Peter Senge’s Model’, Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, Vol. 12, Issue 1, 2021, ISSN 1989-9572, 37-47. (Y -International)

  16. QurratulAinErshad, Sumaira Noreen, ‘Enhancing Narrative Writing Ability of a CI Learner with the Help of Picture Stories and Mindmaps’, Academic Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 4, Issue 4 (October- December 2020) ISSN 2521-0149 2519-7983, 940-958.  (Y  -National)    

  17. MemoonaSohail, Sumaira Noreen, Evaluation of English Curriculum Reform for Undergraduates by Using the CIPP Model’, Academic Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 4 Issue 4 (October- December 2020) ISSN 2521-0149 2519-7983, 1059-1076. (Y -National)

  18. QurratulAinErshad, Sumaira Noreen, ‘Issues Faced by the Cochlear Implanted Students in the Mainstream Classes: An Analysis of Perspectival Accounts of Primary School Teachers’, Research Journal of Social Sciences & Economics Review, Vol. 1, Issue 4, 2020, ISSN 2707-9023 (online), ISSN 2707-9015 (Print), 257-264. (Y -National)

  19. Aniqa Munir, Sumaira Noreen, ‘Global Citizenship Education and Gender Depiction in Textbooks: The Case of Punjab Textbook Board’s Pakistan Studies and Urdu Textbooks’, Research Journal of Social Sciences & Economics Review, Vol. 1, Issue 3, 2020 (July – September) ISSN 2707-9023 (online), ISSN 2707-9015 (Print), 72-79. (Y - National)           
          
  20. Rifat Saba, Sumaira Noreen, ‘Evaluating the Importance of Extensive Reading in Second Language Acquisition on the students of Grade 5 in Private Schools of Pakistan’, Kashmir Journal of Language Research Vol. 23, Issue 1, 2020, ISSN: 1028-6640, 249-268. (Y - National)

  21. Rifat Saba, Sumaira Noreen, ‘Factors of Listening Anxiety among the Second Language Learners of Grade 5 in Pakistan’, International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Vol. 24, Issue 08, 2020, ISSN: 1475-7192, 15172-15188. (Y - International)

  22. QurratulAinErshad, Sumaira Noreen, ‘Using Picture Stories and Mind Maps to Improve Narrative Ability of a Ci Student’, Sir Syed Journal of Education & Social Research (SJESR), Vol. 3, Issue 1, January-March, 2020, ISSN 2706-6525 (Online), 2706-8285 (Print)106-116. (Y- National)

  23. QurratulAinErshad, Sumaira Noreen, ‘Investigating the Effect of Picture Stories and Mind Maps on Narrative Writing Abilities of Cochlear Implanted Students’, International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Vol. 24, Issue 04, 2020, ISSN: 1475-7192, 7773-7791. DOI:10.37200/IJPR/V24I4/PR2020968 (Y - International)

  24. Shafia Baber, Sumaira Noreen, ‘Student-Teacher Relationship: an Analysis of the Perception of Sixth Grade Students in the Elementary Private and Public School’, Journal of Arts and Social Sciences Vol. 5 (2018) 31-49. (Y - National) 

Dr Gull-I-Hina

a) Books

H. Gull, Representation of Women in Urdu Literature, 1900-1936 (Germany: Lambert

Academic Press, 2012)

b) Articles in Refereed Journal

1- Hina G., Mehmood T.,(2018) “Muslim identity in Late Nineteenth Century India- The Constructs of Class and Gender in Nazir Ahmed’s Novels” Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society (Historicus)vol. LXV1/3&4, 121-138.

2- Hina G., Sharif R.,(2018). “Participation of Women in Politics: A perspective of Hurdlesand challages.” Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, LCWU, Lahore, Vol. V(1), 68-95.

3- Hina G., (2017). “Election Campaign Strategies of PML-N in 2013.” Journal of Politics and International Studies, University of Punjab, Lahore, Vol. 3, No. 1, January –June 2017, pp. 37– 58.

4- Hina G., (2016). Translating India: British Oriantalism and respect for the vernacular Literature.” Journal of the Punjab University Historical society, University of the Punjab, Lahore, vol,30 no1, 2017, 76-87.

5- Hina G., (2012). Modernist Trends and Varied Responses: Reflections on Muslim Women in Urdu Prose by Male authors of South Asia. South Asian Studies, A Research Journal of South Asian Studies, 459-478.

6- Hina G.,, (Vol.3 Issue:2 Fall,2013 )“Taubat-un-Nasooh: Religious implications among families of 19th century Ashrafia of colonial India”Journal of Islamic Thought and Civilization, Department of Islamic thought and Civilization, University of Management and Technology.Lahore. ISSN 2075-0943.54-60.

7- Hina G., (Year 02, Issue 3 Jul-Sep 2012). Leading Female Voices: Urdu Writings of 20th Century Women of South Asia. Chintan Traimasik, An International Reserch Jouirnal .

8- Hina G., (Jan-June 2008). Making the mothers of race by the 19th Century Urdu Literature. Khaldunia, a bi-annual student Research Magazine,vol.no.1 Conference paper pre

Dr. Kalsoom Hanif

  1. Institution of Punjab Legislative Assembly, Evolution and building process Post Independence 1947-55 Accepted  Journal of Punjab University Historical society HEC recognized

  2. China -Pakistan Economic Corridor: Challenges and opportunities for Pakistan Accepted in LinguisticaAntverpiensia volume 2021, issue 2 HEC recognized

  3. Determinants Of Pakistan-Afghanistan Relations Past, Present And Future published in Multicultural Education, Volume 7, Issue 4, 2021 HEC recognized

  4. Early Challenges of Pakistan and Response of Punjab Legislative Assembly and 1947-55: A Reappraisal, JRSP, vol. 57, No3 (July-Sept 2020) HEC recognized 

  5. Language Discrepancy and Separation of East Pakistan 1971, South Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Volume 2, Issue, 2, April 2021.

  6. Article titled Architectural and Historical Description of Mughal Monuments at Shahdara “Way of Kings “in Journal of Punjab University Ancient Punjab – Volume 8, 2020 HEC recognized

  7. Paper titled Pakistan Afghanistan relations after 9/11  published in World History Association US2020 Annual Meeting Program Conference documents 

  8. Article titled State, Religion and Religious Minorities in Pakistan: Rememberingthe Participation of Christians in Punjab Legislative Assembly 1947-55 published in Pakistan Social Sciences Review June 2020, Vol. 4, No. 2 [842-851] HEC recognized

  9. Paper published titled Comparative Study of Jinnah and Nehru’s Political Leadership from 1928 to 1930 published in JRSP, Vol. 57, Issue 2(July-Dec 2020) HEC recognized      

  10. Paper titled Institutional Development of Legislation in Punjab 1849-1947: An Historical Analysis published in Pakistan Vision Vol. 20 No. 2. HEC recognized

  11. Paper published in Journal of Punjab University Historical society titled Pakistan Afghanistan economic relations after 9 /11 in Jan 2018, HEC recognized 

  12. Paper published titled  Mapping the ‘Khalistan’ Movement, 1930-1947: An overview in  Journal of the Research Society of Pakistan  Volume No. 55, Issue No. 1(January - June, 2018) HEC recognized

  13. Paper published titled Comparative Study of Jinnah and Nehru’s Political Leadership from 1928 to 1930 published in JRSP, Vol. 57, Issue 2(July-Dec 2020) HEC recognized

  14. Paper titled Institutional Development of Legislation in Punjab 1849-1947: An Historical Analysis published in Pakistan Vision Vol. 20 No. 2. HEC recognized 

  15. Paper published in Journal of Punjab University Historical society titled Pakistan Afghanistan economic relations after 9 /11 in Jan 2018, HEC recognized 

  16. Paper published titled  Mapping the ‘Khalistan’ Movement, 1930-1947: An overview in  Journal of the Research Society of Pakistan  Volume No. 55, Issue No. 1(January - June, 2018) HEC recognized 

 Dr Farzanda

  1. Farzanda Aslam, DR QBAL Chawala, Zabir Saeed, MoazamWasti, Forgotten Solider of Pakistan Movement: Reimagining the role of Mian Muhamad MmtazDaltana in Colonial and post -colonial Punjab. Journal of Research Society of Pakistan Volume No .57, Issue No 1(January-June)

Ms. Fauzia Rashid

  1. Rashid,Fauzia. Institutional Building in Pakistan: Case study of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. Faran Journal of Historical Studies: July-December 2020 (Volume 1, Number 2
  2. Rashid,Fauzia(2022) “The First Senate of Pakistan(1973-77):An Assessment of Performance. VFAST Transactions on Education and Social Sciences. Volume 9, Number 4, October-December, 2021 pp:128-134