Alumni Profiles

Irfan Bashir

Organization Information

Lahore Institute of Future Education (LIFE),established in Jully 2013, is a higher Education Institute, offering MA, MS/M.Phil degrees in social sciences (Education, ELT. Linguistics, Literature). It offers both week days and week end programmes for busy professionals. So far our 3 batches have successfully completed their M.Phil degrees.

Describe the work that you do in your role

Being Director Admin and HR, my prime responsibilities include developing a dedicated team of highly skilled professionals. Along with admin responsibilities, I do teach to MPhil Education and Linguistics classes. Apart from admin, I am also involved in Academic affairs and QEC.

Indicate previous experience and/or areas of career proficiency/achievenments

I have worked with the following organizations in various capacities:
* GCU Faisalabad
* NUML, Lahore
* Dimensions International

Describe your success in your professional life and achievements

Recently,I have completed my certifications in ELT leadership and Administration from TESOL Head Quarter, Viginia, USA, and Richard Stockton University, Galloway,USA.
My Academic life is full with distinctions .
I have not only presented research papers in various national and international conferences, but also managed conferences as team member.

Write your activities and achievement if you were member of any club or society in UMT?

I would like to contribute to the UMT societies, especially Literary, Dramatic and Alumni, by using my previous experiences of this field. I was a team member of "PRISM", magazine of SSSH. I have also managed stage play at SSSH under the dramatic society.

What do you remember about your time in ILM / IMT /UMT?

Well..... thinking about the good old days spent at IMT/UMT takes me back to the earthly heaven:-) Full of life, academics, laughter, and friendly jealousies:-) It was a time teemed with all academic efforts, cooperation, dedication along with fun; and Teasing and supporting each other simultaneously. What a time that was! Scholarly faculty and supporting management were the key features of that time.