I am a Senior Librarian at International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan. I have 15 years of working experience both in public and private sector’s higher education institutions. I did my Masters in Library Science from University of the Punjab in 1997 and PhD from University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan in 2012. My six research papers have been published in journals of repute. I have participated in 24 national and international conferences / workshops / trainings. I have conducted many workshops and trainings for researchers, scholars and librarians for their capacity building in the areas of literature research, online databases, referencing of information, avoiding plagiarism and using document delivery services.

I am also teaching courses leading to Master’s in Library & Information Science at Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad and Muhau-ud-din Islamic Univerity’s Islamabad Campus. My areas of interest are bibliometric studies, information literacy and use of IT in libraries. I have served Pakistan Library Association (Federal Branch) as Assistant Secretary during 2007-2011; SLA Asian Chapter as a Country Representative during 2009-2010. I am also Country Contact for Infolit Global (An initiative of International Federation of Library Associations). I am the winner of ASIST SIG-III InfoShare Membership Award 2011 and Fisrt Place Winner of ASIST SIG-III's International Research Paper Contest 2012. 

            My vision is to inculcate information literacy skills among all the youth of my Country and the Islamic World.