She is M Phil in Linguistics, presently working as Lecturer in English at GCWU, Sialkot. She has a great bent towards interdisciplinary research especially in studying the literature through corpus based methodologies. She is teaching Linguistics and Literature at BS and MA level besides teaching English as a minor course in various disciplines. She has practical and unconventional approach to different tasks and has ability to work as an energetic team member.
- Mahmood, A. M., Zaffar, S., & Perveen, S. (2011). Front Vowels in Pakistani English. International Journal of Academic Research.3 (5).
- Mahmood, R., Parveen, S., Shah, K. S. & Batool, A. (2013). A Corpus Driven Comparative Study of Representation of ‘Man ‘and ‘Woman’ in Pakistani and British English Fictions. International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE).
- Mahmood, R., Batool, A., Shah, K. S. & Parveen, S. (2013). A Corpus Driven Comparative Analysis of Modal Verbs in Pakistani and British English Fictions. International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE).
- Parveen, S. (2015). Cultural Identity in Pakistani Fiction: A Case Study in Pakistani Culture. Journal of Literature, Languages and Linguistics, 8, 82-84.