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Hi there! I am a Statistical Data Analyst, Researcher, Academic and Content Writer with more than 6 years of experience. Previously worked for top-ranked Pakistani academic and research institutes and have a graduate degree in MS Finance and MBA Banking & Finance after my 4-years BBA (Hons.) degree. I am a proactive, reliable and motivated learner with a meticulously detail-oriented and organized nature. Proficient in executive-level support with strong research capability and content writing. I have 11 publications in National and International Journals and was a reviewer for two journals. I am providing research assistance, literature writing, data analysis (SPSS, STATA, EViews, MS Excel), ghostwriting, content writing and information literacy instruction to the community on this platform. I guarantee to deliver superior results to my customers at a competitive price.
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Experience

Research Administration

Aug 2016 - Jan 2018 (1 year)

• Article writing for research (Finance, Accounting, Banking, Management) • Academic content development • Literature review writing • Managing academic research for MS/MPhil - Planning, Writing and Publishing process • Endnote and Mandalay software’s for referencing • STATA, SPSS and MS Excel application for data analysis and quantitative research

Officer Academics

Oct 2013 - Jul 2016 (2 years)

• Drafted letters, minutes of meetings, memos, charts, documents and research plans • Performed data collection, analysis and reporting to Director for decision-making purposes • Composed, edited and produced publications (newsletters, brochures, news releases, journal) • Assisted with the designing and development of website content, updating and maintenance of the website and presence on social media • Formulated and developed course content related to the postgraduate programme

Research Executive

Mar 2012 - Oct 2013 (1 year)

• Marketing research on Further Food Chicken Products • Responsible for daily administrative tasks • Giving guidelines to Internees about the sector • Stall/Workshop arrangements • Internet Browsing for Poultry Related Articles

Intern

Oct 2009 - Nov 2009 (1 month)

• Data Entry in MS Excel and SAP Software • Auditing of Tissue and Paper production • Checking account entries manually

Education

MS Finance

2013 - 2015 (2 years)

MBA - Banking and Finance

2010 - 2012 (2 years)

BBA (Honors)

2006 - 2010 (4 years)

Qualifications

Certification in Inbound Marketing (2017)

HubSpot Academy

The bearer of this certificate is hereby deemed fully capable and skilled in the methodology of inbound marketing. He/she has been tested on best practices and is capable of applying them to attract strangers, to convert visitors, to close leads and to delight customers.

Certification on How to Published in Academic Journals (2015)

Higher Education Commission, Pakistan

Certification on Advanced Quantitative Analysis through STATA and SPSS (2016)

University of Management and Technology, Pakistan

The certification covers data analysis of statistical software. The techniques learned were OLS regression, factor analysis, reliability analysis, descriptive statistics, correlation, ANOVA analysis, cross tabulations and time series analysis.

Certification of successfully completing 4-months e-rozgaar training in the Non-Technical domain (2017)

Government of Punjab, Pakistan

The certification covers content writing, WordPress, social media marketing, email marketing and SEO optimization.

Publications

An Empirical Analysis of Banking Sector in Pakistan: Islamic Versus Conventional Banks

The purpose of this study is to determine the impact of service quality being provided by the Islamic and Conventional banks on customer’s judgments towards their satisfaction level on different parameters of Islamic banks in the region of Lahore, Pakistan.

Factors Reinforcing Pakistan Halal Food Industry to Be the World Halal Food Hub

The aim of this study was to survey the potential and expectations of halal food producers, distributors and consultants anticipate in promoting Pakistan halal food industry as a potential halal food hub. The study explored the halal food producer’s awareness, perception, religious beliefs and the market strategies the government adopted to fortify the Pakistan halal food industry. Shariah compliance standards were also analyzed.

Income Smoothing and Islam: Evidence from Pakistan Sharia’h Complaint Companies

This study examines the presence of artificial income smoothing in 64 Shari‘ah compliant companies listed in the financial market of Pakistan for the period 2008-2015. The study also takes into consideration the concept of income smoothing from an Islamic perspective. To achieve the study’s objectives, Eckel’s index model is used.

Does Working Capital and Financial Structure Impact Profitability of Banks Differently?

This study examines the impact of working capital and financial structure on Pakistan banking sector profitability. The study used a generalized least square (GLS) estimation analysis on 5 Islamic banks over the period 2006 to 2014 and 15 conventional banks from 2008 to 2014.

Financial Performance of Firms: Evidence from Pakistan Cement Industry

This paper provides a comprehensive study of the financial performance literature with respect to the cement industry of Pakistan. The literature cover studies from the Iran, India and Pakistan but some international evidences are also presented. The financial ratios used for the measurement of financial performance of the cement sector are profitability ratios, asset utilization ratios, leverage ratios, liquidity ratios and cash conversion cycle from the period 2006-2014.

The Determinants of the Pakistan Islamic Banking Industry Profitability: Panel Evidence

Islamic banking industry of Pakistan has been facing many problems and challenges to maintain the financial stability. To overcome this issue, it is vital to classify the factors that most impact the overall profitability of Islamic banks in Pakistan. Two models were used alternatively for ROA and ROE as the dependent variable. A set of internal factors were considered as independent variables for the time period 2006-2013.

Managing the gap between Actual and Target Capital Structure: An Evidence from Pakistan

This paper investigates the partial adjustment model for a company’s target capital structure. The study also explores how companies operating in different sectors of Pakistani market adjust towards the target capital structure levels. The study also recognizes that an unanticipated share price change also has an effect on the target capital structure.

Impact of Income Components in Determine the Market Value-Evidence from Pakistan Cement Industry

The present paper provides a comprehensive study of the value relevance literature. This study investigates which income levels and components have an impact on the market value. Statistical population of cement companies listed at Karachi Stock Exchange over the time period of 2006-2011 is taken as a whole and also divided into large, medium and small categories as well on the basis of their market size to check individual relationship among income components and market value.

Determinants of the Profitability of Islamic Banking Industry: An Evidence from Pakistan

This study tries to assess factors that affect the profitability of Islamic banking industry over the period of 2007 to 2014. Return on assets (ROA), return on equity (ROE), and earnings per share (EPS) are used as dependent variables. Bank’s size, gearing ratio, non-performing loans (NPL) ratio, operational efficiency, asset composition, asset management, capital adequacy ratio, deposit ratio, gross domestic product (GDP), and consumer price index (CPI) are used as independent variables.

Religious Education: Over the Years

This study is an effort to gather research aspects for religious education in Pakistan. Religious education, most commonly known as madrasa education, has a profound history titled as Nizamiyah. Historical changes in the Muslim regions have influenced this mode of education as well. It has been argued by some researchers that the positivity of faith-based education has diminished due to the changes in international political and economic scenario.

Islamic Banking in Pakistan: Challenges and Opportunities – A Performance based Analysis

This study is being coxed on performance measurement of Islamic Banking sector of Pakistan. The study was intended to show that the Islamic banking sector may work at its optimal level if the altogether separate banking regulatory framework is introduced parallel to the conventional. The secondary data based study has been conducted to measure the performance of the Islamic banks while considering various performance-based parameters.

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