Ms. Komal Azam

Ms. Komal Azam

Ms. Komal Azam

Associate Lecturer


Ms KOMAL AZAM is a professional Food Technologist with strong Academics as well as Industrial knowledge. She has done her MSc (Hons) Food Science & Technology from Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan with exceptional marks and she received merit based scholarship during this period and done BSc (Hons) Agriculture with Major Food Science & Technology from University of the Punjab Lahore. At present, she is a Ph.D scholar at University of Lahore wherein her course work has been completed with excellence and research work is at final stage. She has almost 2 years teaching experience at BZU Multan and at University of Home Economics Lahore. She has expertise in Food Toxicology, Food Quality, Food laws, Food processing and preservation etc. Quality Assurance Officer at Nestle Pakistan also reflects her expertise in Food Quality. She also has vast experience in Food and Nutrition and preparation of diet charts. During her educational career, she participated in more than 30 different food conferences, seminars and workshops where she proactively played role as organizer in holding these activities. She remained General Secretary of Community of Food Scientists and Nutritionists (COFSAN). She is also a member of Pakistan Society of Food Scientists & Technologists (PSFST).She worked excellently and published research work in well reputed international journal.

PhD FST Food Science and Technology University of Lahore 2020- 2023
MSc (Hons.) FST Food Science and Technology Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan 2017-2019
BSc (Hons.) FST Food Science and Technology University of the Punjab, Lahore 2013-2017
Teaching Assistant University of Home Economics, Lahore 2021-2022
Visiting Lecturer Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan 2020-2021
1Komal Azam, Saeed Akhtar, Yun Yun Gong, Michael N. Routledge, Amir Ismail, Carlos A.F. Oliveira, Shahzad Zafar Iqbal, Hassan Ali.2021. Evaluation of the impact of activated carbon-based filtration system on the concentration of aflatoxins and selected heavy metals in roasted coffee. FoodControl Journal. (IF =4.2)

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