I take ownership of tasks quickly.In particular, my study of Environmental Sciences has given me a solid background so that I can perform research up to the mark. I am eager to contribute my enthusiasm and up-to-date skills. During my final two years at the Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad I was exposed to the field of research through many of my courses, that is where my interest developed. I thoroughly enjoyed the challenge these courses provided and I found myself immersed in the world of human health and research into preventative care.
The field of Research is, to me, one of the fundamental areas of science in modern day society. Environmental Trials are one of the most effective ways to understand the interactions between specific factors and the human subject. Being able to observe changes and potentially discover positive outcomes, can lead to new developments of society which can help those in need of an alternative to current practices.The recent global environmental issues demonstrated in the media have deeply captivated my interest in studying an environmental course at university level. I believe that the importance of the environmental ecosystem is crucial for the survival and existence of our earth. This especially drives me to study an environmental science course in hopes to making a difference for the environment in the near future. The significance of the environment to the world continually amazes me as it is an immensely powerful force that affects our society in all aspects, whether it is politically, socially or economically. My interest in the natural environment began while I was studying Environmental Sciences at secondary school. I was extremely motivated and interested in the environmental units in the course such as the Climate change, energy and Natural Resource management. I have also worked as a Research Assistant in National Agriculture Research Center, Islamabad, Pakistan under the project Identification of the Best Agricultural Management Practices with Better Greenhouse House Gas (GHG) Benefits in Salinity Affected Areas of South Asia in Climate Change, Alternate Energy and Water Research Institute - National Agricultural Research Center, Islamabad, Pakistan. The main aim of this project was to reduce salinity and Greenhouse gas emissions from the saline areas of Pakistan and focus on better management practices to improve yield of rice in a way that it does not contribute towards global warming.
In addition to the above, I have excellent spoken and written communication skills. I am proficient in SPSS statistical software, MS Office and several other programs. I can handle and protect sensitive and confidential data with integrity. I can work alone or in a team (as per the demand of the project), and I can easily complete research and correlate data on schedule.