Dr. Iram Rubab

Designation(s):  Assistant Professor
Education:  PhD
Department(s):  English
Email:  iram.rubab@gcwus.edu.pk

Career Brief:

A dedicated professional, benefiting from experience working effectively as a part of multidisciplinary team of academicians, Dr Iram Rubab launched her career as a lecturer in English from Riphah International University Faisalabad, in September, 2017. After the completion of her Ph.D, she joined as an Assistant Professor in September, 2018. Prior to this, she completed her Master of Philosophy in English linguistics from The Islamia University Bahawalpur; and Master in English Literature from Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan. Her thesis explored the legal issues encountered by the messes and how the legal language can be simplified to speed up justice in Pakistan.
Her areas of interest for research activities are; applied Linguistics, issues in syntax, legal linguistics, forensic linguistics, English for Specific Purposes (ESP) and genre analysis

Research Work:  (Journal Publications)

  1. 2020-  Investigating the Problems of Organization and Vocabulary in Academic Writing Encountered by Students at Postgraduate Level
  2. 2020- Representation of Female Trauma and Voice in Khakhpour’s Sick: A Memoir
  3. 2020- Visual Communication in Corporate Brands: A Semiological Discourse Analysis of car Brochures
  4. 2020 – Transformation of Legal Texts into Simplified Accounts to Make the Justice Accessible
  5. 2020 – Representation of Genderlect and Social Identities in Pakistan: An Analysis
  6. 2019- Investigating the Impact of Simplified Statutory Laws to Expedite Justice in Pakistan
  7. 2019-Mediating Intimacy through Phatic Tokens in Social Media Communication: A Pragmatic Inquiry
  8. 2019- The Impact of School Environment on Performance of Private and Public Sector Schools at Secondary Level in Punjab
  9. 2019- Academic English Language for Social Sciences Learners: A Case Study of Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan
  10. 2019- Attitudes, Instructional Practices and Difficulties Faced by English Teachers While Teaching Through ‘Quality Drive’
  11. 2018-Impact of Washback on ESL Students’ Performance at Secondary Level
  12. 2018- Comparative Study of Linguistic Features Used in the Inaugural Speeches of American Presidents
  13. 2017- Exploring the Academic English Speaking Competence of Social Sciences Students at Higher Level: A Case of Southern Punjab
  14. 2014- English Writing Competence: A Study on Social Sciences Students of Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan
  15. 2014-The Impact of Task Based Language Teaching for Commerce Students at Khanewal District
  16. 2013- The Impact of SMS on Formal Writing: A Case Study among the University  Students of COMSATS Vehari  Campus