Dr. Sameena Zahoor Mir

Associate Professor

Designation : Associate Professor

Teaching Experience : 7 Years

Brief Profile :As an accomplished Assistant Professor in Sociology, I bring over 10 years of dedicated teaching experience combined with an extensive research background spanning more than 6 years. My academic journey has been characterized by a passion for understanding and unraveling the intricate layers of human behavior within the societal context. My teaching philosophy centers on fostering critical thinking and nurturing a deep appreciation for the complexities of social interactions. Through engaging lectures, stimulating discussions, and interactive coursework, I have consistently strived to empower my students with the knowledge and analytical skills necessary for comprehending the dynamic nature of human behavior. My research endeavors have been driven by an insatiable curiosity about human behavior in various social settings. Over the course of my career, I have delved into the intricacies of societal dynamics, exploring topics such as social stratification, identity formation, and the impact of cultural norms on individual choices. My research findings have been published in esteemed academic journals, contributing to the broader sociological discourse. Furthermore, my commitment to advancing my own skills and knowledge in the field has led me to pursue a diploma in Human Behavior. This additional qualification enhances my ability to dissect and interpret the multifaceted nature of human actions, motivations, and social influences. It equips me with a deeper understanding of psychological underpinnings, allowing me to offer unique insights in both my research and teaching. As an Assistant Professor, I am dedicated to fostering an intellectually stimulating environment for my students while continuing to push the boundaries of sociological research. I believe that a comprehensive understanding of human behavior is at the core of addressing contemporary societal challenges, and I am committed to contributing to the advancement of this vital field.”

Research Publications : 13 Research Papers including UGC care, Conferences, Seminars and 4 Chapters in Edited Books

Key Publications : Book Publication with ISBN no. 978-81-963163-9-6

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