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Faculty Profile

Sadia Khalid

Leave/Study Leave, Lecturer

School of Systems and Technology

Department of Software Engineering

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(On Study Leave)

Ms. Sadia Khalid (LinkedIn Profile) started her professional career in 2014. Her first teaching appointment was at Forman Christian College University, as a visiting faculty member. She has been a part of UMT faculty since October 2014.

She graduated with Magna Cum Laude Honors from Forman Christian College University. Her research work in MS focused on software team structures in Pakistani software industry and their impact on software productivity and quality.

Teaching and Interest Areas

  1. Software Requirements Engineering
  2. Software Quality and Testing
  3. Software Project Management
  4. Software Ethics
  5. Software Teams and Environment
  6. Mental Health

Qualification

Bachelors of Computer Sciences,Forman Christian College University, Lahore (2011) - Specialization: Software Engineering & Information Technology

MS in Computer Science, FAST-NUCES, Lahore (2014) - Specialization: Empirical Software Engineering

PhD in Software Engineering, NUST-EME, Rawalpindi (in progress) Specilization: Empirical Software Engineering

Journal Publication

Khalid, S., & Malik, A. A. (2015). Impact of Team Structure on Software Development Productivity and Quality in Pakistani Software Houses. FAST-NU Research Journal (FRJ), 1(1).

Conference Publication

Saleem, S.M.S. & Khalid, S. (2018). Youth and Mobile Advertisements: An Analysis of Consumer Buying Behavior In Pakistan, 4th World Conference on Media and Mass Communication (MEDCOM), 05-07 April, 2018, Bangkok, Thailand.

Khalid, S., & Saleem, S.M.S. (2019). Relationship between physical & psychological environment of organizations and employees’ job satisfaction: An empirical analysis of software houses of Lahore, 3rd World Conference on Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 21-23 June, 2019, Istanbul, Turkey.

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