I graduated in 2015 from the London School of Economics and Political Science with a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and History. After that, I appeared for the 2016 CSS exam whilst simultaneously pursuing a law degree. At the moment, I am employed as a Young Development Fellow in the Ministry of Planning, Development and Reforms.
My interest has always been to work in the public sector and this fellowship will greatly aid me in pursuing that, especially since one is given the chance to interact with and learn from key actors in policy formulation such as the Minister and the respective Members/ Heads of Sections. I am currently assigned to the social sector, and my interests lie in conducting research on employment generation by CPEC, Pakistan’s primary healthcare system, Pakistan’s water policy and the monitoring and evaluation of development projects.