Sheba Rose Sultan

Sheba Rose Sultan

Sheba Rose Sultan

Lecturer

Sheba.sultan@ucp.edu.pk
Ext : 770

A higher education professional with experience of higher management at schools, international accreditation of a university, and of university teaching.

Master of Science in Applied Linguistics Applied Linguistics NED – University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi, Pakistan 2019
Master of Arts Christian Studies Malaysian Theological Seminary (STM), Seremban, Malaysia 2012
Master of Arts in English Linguistics English Linguistics University of Karachi, Pakistan2008
Bachelor of Education Teaching of English &Teaching of Commerce Subjects University of Karachi 2005
Bachelor of Arts English, Political Science, Economics University of Karachi 2003
Principal Ziauddin School and College ( Ziauddin Education System) July 2019 –August 2020
Lecturer/ Accreditation Coordinator Institute of Business Management Karachi September 2017 to July 2019
Visiting Faculty Institute of Business Administration Karachi July 2016 – September 2017
Principal The Pimley School, Karachi (Ermine Educational Management UK) July 2016 – August 2017
Vice Principal The Academy, Defence View Branch (Licensed By the Iqra University, Karachi) October 2015 – July 2016
LecturerThe Notre Dame Institute of Education, Karachi. (Affiliated With The University Of Karachi & Licensed By Australian Catholic University) October 2008 – December 2010
Subject Teacher St. Joseph’s Convent Girls High School September 2005 – December 2006
1Dar, M. F., Sheba Sultan, & Khadija Shereen. (2021). Pakistani English Stories for Children: Linguistic and Technical Analysis. Journal of Education and Educational Development, 8(1). (online)
2Sultan S. & Rehman M. (2021). Corpus in the Grammar Classroom: a Comparative Study of Teaching Conjunctions Using the Traditional Method and the Corpus Method. Spelt Quarterly. 35,3.
3Sultan S (2015). At the Destination and Looking Back. In Chaar Khaaniyaan. Academy Bazyaft.
4Pakistan: Women make their mark but still battle violence and oppression (2014) .USPG/Us Newsletter (online)
5Women in Pakistan: battling the challenges of patriarchy ( 2015) USPG/Us Transmission
6Republished as “The Status of Women in Pakistan” by the Anglican News Service July 2015 (online) Quotation featured in advertisement by Us/USPG
7Sultan S (2009) Going green through language. SPELT Quarterly, Vol 24 No.1
8Sultan S (2009) Learning Slowly But Surely .In Remembering Empowering Teachers 100 stories from dedicated teachers and grateful students UNESCO Islamabad, Pakistan
9Sultan S (200) Enhancing ESL teaching/learning with picture-based activities SPELT Quarterly Vol 24. No.3

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