To promote and inculcate education for sustainable development of homes, culture and humanity


To enrich and uplift young girls’ knowledge and skills in field of Residential Management and Entrepreneurship so that they can more effectively advocate for family and households to meet the needs of present and future generations concurrently using techniques compatible with national as well as international level.


  • To promote professionalism in Residential Management & Entrepreneurship and to assist fast-growth ventures by providing education, connections, tools, coaching through media, seminars, workshops, conference and short courses
  • To propagate importance of and identify best practices for “good housing” by developing scientific attitudes and artistic outlook in homemaking
  • To train students to conduct research and create new ways of thinking and understanding with new ecology of knowledge in the context of the changing nature of work
  • To quantify and qualify environmental effects coming from the use of technical devices at home and to identify sustainable technological solutions for daily household work
  • To help students discover and further develop their own resources and capabilities to be used in their personal and professional life
  • To explore the employment opportunities for Residential Managers & Entrepreneurs and raise their professional status


Besides being trained to work as educators and researchers in their relevant field, the students of Residential Management & Entrepreneurship are also equipped with a complete set of skills necessary to start any of the careers mentioned below:

Acquired Skills Some Possible Careers
Creative Thinking; Innovation to improve Residential Management; HR Management & Marketing; Decision Making; Small Business & Environmental Management; Financial Management. Housekeeping Manager for: Hotels, Hospitals, Lodges; Event & Project Manager; Human Resource Manager; Program Manager for Rural Support & Education Extension Programs; Environmental Manager; Small Business Manager; etc.



S.No. Name Designation Qualification
1 Durdana Kazi Professor
M.Sc Home Economics (KU); L.L.B (Sindh Uni.)
2 Shahnaz Javed Assistant Professor M.Sc Home Economics (KU)
3 Nighat Jahan Assistant Professor M.Sc Home Economics (KU); B.Ed (Sindh Uni.)
4 Rehana Naseem Assistant Professor M.Sc Home Economics (KU); B.Ed (AIOU)
5 Khalida Parveen Jaumani Assistant Professor MS (Fellow) Environmental Design; M.Sc Home Economics (KU)
6 Huma Urooj Pathan Lecturer M.Sc Home Economics(KU); L.L.B (SALU)
7 Madiha Maryam Lecturer M. Phil (Fellow) Social Science (HU); M.Sc Home Economics (KU); Dip Environmental Design (AIOU)
8 Sheher Bano Ali Lecturer BS Home Economics (KU); Dip. PMC (PNEC, NUST, Khi); SAP-HCM (SLC Khi)
9 Madiha Saleem Lecturer M.Sc Home Economics (KU)




“The People Who Want to Bring Progressive Change in the World”


  • To propagate awareness of management and utilization of key constructs to improve engagement and productivity
  • To disseminate “best practices” and provide training in correct and effective use of devices in households
  • To bring successful entrepreneurs together, and to help them make meaningful, lasting connections
  • To be an example of a true change agent to champion positive behavior and attitudes



    • Participation in activities and events on discount registration


  • Eligibility to work in various communities and working groups
  • Scientific publications at concessional terms
  • Participation in scientific sessions of the society
  • Opportunities to write and be a part of Annual Magazine
  • Chances to meet and network with enthusiastic and active students & entrepreneurs
  • Collaborative learning with peers
  • Opportunities of attending learning/training sessions with experienced speakers
  • Participating in planning and executing various events