Zartash Naqvi

  • Department of Sciences & Humanities
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Zartash Naqvi is presently serving as a lecturer at the National University of Computer & Emerging Sciences (FAST-NUCES), Faisalabad, Pakistan. Her area of interest is Clinical Psychology with a major focus on Counseling and Psychotherapy. She is motivated to pursue her teaching and research career with a goal i.e. “To work as a creative and knowledgeable resource in the field of Psychology for the betterment of mental health of the people of Pakistan”. Miss Naqvi earned her MS degree in Clinical Psychology from Govt College University Faisalabad and contributed with interesting findings while working on “Self-Concept, Depression, and Quality of Life among Obese People”. She got a first-class percentage throughout her academic career. Before joining (FAST-NUCES) she served KIPS Preparation as a career counselor and Psychologist where she was involved with students on their academic, emotional, and mental health issues. She also had experience working in DHQ Hospital Faisalabad where she was involved in dealing with Neurotic and Psychotic patients. Zartash Naqvi belongs to the “city of textile-Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan” and likes traveling, cooking, counseling, painting, and hiking.


MS in Clinical Psychology from Government College University Faisalabad (2014-2016)


Advance Diploma in Clinical Psychology from Government College University Faisalabad (2013-2014)


Master of Science in Applied Psychology from Government College University Faisalabad (2011-2013)



HEC Recognized Non-Impact Factor


  1. Kausar, Z., Naqvi, Z., Naqvi, S. N., & Naqvi, S. A. A. (2018) Socio-Economic Problems Influencing Women Working in The Textile Industry: A Case Study of Khurrianwala, Faisalabad. Pakistan Geographical Review, 73(2), 136-148.


  1. Arshad, I., Naqvi, Z., Naqvi, S. N., Naqvi, S. A. A., & Waseem, L. A. (2019) Identifying Women’s Vulnerability to Different Social Problems in Small Cities: A Case Study of Samundri.Pakistan Geographical Review, 74(1), 09-19.

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