MPhil Scholar from SE Publishes in International Journal of Intangible Cultural Heritage
Aruj Khaliq, an MPhil scholar from School of Education, publishes her article titled "Pakistani Educators' Perspectives on Approaches to Teaching Craft Heritage" in International Journal of Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Aruj Khaliq is an interdisciplinary educationist who has been associated with education leadership, teaching and curriculum planning. In addition to being a final year MPhil scholar of Educational Leadership and Management at School of Education, BNU, she chairs a department at a renowned private institute and founded ALIF (Academic Leaders' Innovative Forum) as her passion project to promote 21st Century skills in academia through bespoke solutions.
Speaking about her achievement Aruj said, " I would like to give due credit to my professors, Dr. Shahbaz and Dr. Qudsia for inspiring me and encouraging me to take up opportunities, contributing to the existing body of knowledge in the realm of education.
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