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Designation:Research Scholar

Organization:Earth Sciences and Engineering Department

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Ms. Rabia started her professional career as a Lecturer with Sardar Bahadur Khan Women’s University teaching subjects including Alkaloids chemistry, Spectroscopy, Carbohydrate chemistry, Organic Synthetic chemistry. Later she was promoted as Assistant professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences. She is currently chairperson of Department of Environmental Sciences in her University. She is teaching subjects such as Natural Resource management, Environmental Monitoring, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Impact Assessment, Applied Ecology and Disaster Management. She is establishing first comprehensive research laboratories in the field of Environmental Sciences in the University. She is also developing EIA curricula on tertiary level institutes under the National Impact Assessment Program.

Ms. Rabia is working as a Higher education commission Focal person for the program of Virtual Education Project Pakistan (VEPP). She has conducted various workshops/seminars via this program. She is technical In-charge of the High technology instruments in the Science departments of the SBK Women’s university. She has conducted various internal verification audits for the scientific equipments in the University. She is also member of Internal Inspection Committee for the new installations, infrastructure projects and purchases.

She extensively worked on “Soil Restoration” project in Australia. Currently, she is working on climate change impact studies in Balochistan. She is also working on the incorporation of climate change content at primary and secondary school curricula in Balochistan.

Further to that Ms. Rabia has been involved in different awareness raising programs and community work with students to promote greenery and social awareness among students of the university and schools. As part of community work she has planted more than 300 plants and 50 trees within and outside the university premises to provide shadow to the people and natural habitat for the birds, while avoiding the use of expensive glass fibers. Being a stack-holder in the field of Environmental sciences, she is also involved in air quality monitoring program of Quetta city.

                                                                                               (Updated On November 2014)