Designation(s): Assistant Professor
Ms. Faryal Gill is a PhD scholar and is presently serving as an assistant professor in the Department of English at Govt. College Women University, Sialkot. She is a native of Sialkot City, Punjab Pakistan. Since 2005 she has been teaching. In 2009 she got selected as a lecturer through Punjab Public Service Commission Exam. In 2016 she was again selected for the post of Assistant Professor through Punjab Public Service Commission. In 2017 she was nominated for Best Teacher Award by Higher Education Commission. She has been teaching English and linguistics at graduate and undergraduate levels for the past twelve years. She has also served as HEC Teacher’s Trainer and conducted many training and workshop sessions on language teaching and developing communication skills. As an educationist, Miss Faryal represented Pakistan in 2018 in the US Consulate’s International Visitors Leadership Program in USA.
Ms. Faryal Gill has a special interest in probing the linguistic niceties of Pakistan’s native languages with a pronounced focus on Punjabi (her own vernacular). In 2018 she also received an award from Higher Education Commission Pakistan for writing a monograph under HEC’s Text Book and Monograph Writing Scheme. She has been ardently working on identifying sociolinguistic aspects of Punjabi with a view to furthering research on Language Universals in the sociolinguistic domain. Her preferred areas of research include Sociolinguistics, Semantics, Pragmatics, Psycholinguistics and Language Teaching Methodology.
Received an award from Higher Education Commission Pakistan for writing a monograph under HEC’s Text Book and Monograph Writing Scheme on the topic USE OF KIN ADDRESS TERMS IN PUNJABI SPEECH COMMUNITY.