The department caters to the over-all development of the students by developing good understanding of religion; providing comprehensive study of language and literature; and imparting excellent exposure to history.
The Humanities Department (HD) of the college comprises the following disciplines:
- Islamic Studies
- Pakistan Studies
- English Language/Literature
- Urdu Language/Literature
Various disciplines of the HD not only enhance and add to students’ knowledge so that they can express themselves more effectively but also provide a holistic support to the core disciplines of Home Economics by focusing on the basic interpersonal & transferable skills and values that complement students’ acquisition of academic and professional qualifications.
Producing confident, well-integrated and balanced personalities capable of meeting the challenges of the 21st century
- Working towards personality development of young girls in order to produce good members of a harmonious world society
- Inculcating, enhancing, and strengthening human skills, moral values, etc. and nurturing students to play effective, contributory roles in the home and work environment with courage, confidence, wisdom, and tolerance
- Reinforcing the pragmatic aspect of Islam in conformity with the needs of modern world society.
- Developing and nurturing an understanding of and respect for various religious denominations within and other than Islam, thereby making way for a pluralistic society.
- Strengthening religious values to promote the concept of peaceful co-existence through cultivating tolerance of religious, social, ethnic, political, cultural, and other differences.
- Enhancing students’ understanding of home, local, regional, national, and international issues through in-class discussions.
- Motivating students to increase awareness of important life issues (moral, social, political, etc.) through developing the habit of reading.
- Inculcating an appreciation of literature through poetry reading sessions, etc. to promote students’ comprehension of human beliefs, motives, and conduct.
- Promoting the skill of self-expression through discussions, debates, speech competitions, essay-writing, etc.
The Department of Humanities is fortunate in having very qualified teaching faculty at its disposal. There are a total of 09 faculty members. Their qualifications are listed below:
|1||Nusrah Hamza||Associate Professor(HEAD OF DEPT.)||M.A English Linguistics (KU); B.A (HONS); Advanced Dip. In Teaching Eng. as Foreign Lang. (CEL-AKU); Language Course in French (KU); Language Course in German (KU)|
|2||Sunita L. Gandhi||Assistant Professor||M.A English Literature (Uni. Of Sindh); M.Ed. (Exeter Uni. UK)|
|3||Fozia Shaikh||Assistant Professor||M.A English Literature (Uni. Of Punjab)|
|4||Lubna Shaheen||Lecturer||M.A English Literature (Uni. Of Sindh); B.Sc (Uni. Of Sindh); Course in Teaching Eng. for Specific Purposes (CEL-AKU)|
|5||Dr. Amna Afreen||Lecturer||PhD Islamic Studies (KU); M.A Arabic (KU); M.A Islamic Studies (KU); Shahadat-ul-Alamia (Wafaq-ul-Madaris); Course in Fine Arts (SBTE)|
|6||Kousar Parveen Shaikh||Lecturer||M.A English Literature (SALU); B.Sc (SALU); Certificate in Information Technology (CIT) (JDC-KU)|
|7||Sohaila Hasan||Lecturer||M.A Pakistan Studies (KU); B.Ed (KU)|
|8||Munnaza Nazir||Lecturer||M.Phil (Fellow) Sindhi Literature (KU); M.A Sindhi Literature (KU); BA (HONS) (KU)|
|9||Rasheeda||Lecturer||M.A Islamic Studies (KU)|
|10||Kulsum Wali Mohammad||Lecturer||M.A. Islamic Studies (KU); M.Sc (Bio Chemistry); Hadith Course (Al-Huda Int.); Course in Qur’anic Learning (Anjuman Khuddam-ul-Quran Sindh); Training Course in Mu’alimeen/Mu’alimaat baraa-i-Qur’an Kareem (Trust Jamee’at Ta’leem-ul-Qur’an); Language Course in Arabic (KU)|
|11||Sehrish Jabbar Memon||Lecturer||M.A Islamic Studies (Uni. Of Punjab)|
|12||Shehnaz Gul||Lecturer||M.Phil (Fellow) Urdu (KU); M.A Urdu (KU); B.Sc (KU); B.Ed (KU)|
|13||Sabina||Lecturer||M.A Urdu (SALU)|
|14||Qurat-ul-Ain||Lecturer||M.Phil (Fellow) Urdu (KU); M.A Urdu (KU)|