Faculty Dr. Madieha Akram


Dr. Madieha Akram

Dr. Madieha Akram

Assistant Professor
  • Sociology

  • madiehaakram@wum.edu.pk

  • PhD


Dr. Madieha Akram did PhD in Sociology from Government College University Faisalabad. She wrote a number of research articles as well as presented so many papers in national and international conferences. She won Young Leaders Award from School of Leadership because of her ability to manage her tasks positively. She is serving as an Assistant Professor in The Women University Multan. She worked as an Assistant Professor of Sociology in Minhaj University Lahore. She also fulfilled the responsibility of a chairperson of Sociology department. She is running her own tourism company with the name of National Explorer’s Tourism. She has a lot of experience of advocacy. She delivered a bulk of trainings related to Active Citizens under the project of British Council. She is keen to work as a social worker. She participated as a key note speaker in a number of conferences. She also chairs so many sessions of the national and international conferences. She is highlighting social issues of the society through her writings.

Academic Background
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology


    Government College University Faisalabad

    - 2019

  • Masters of Philosophy in Sociology

    M. Phil.

    Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan

    - 2014

  • Masters of Science in Sociology


    Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan

    - 2010

  • Master of Arts in Islamic Studies


    Allama Iqbal Open University Islamabad

    - 2013

Honours and Awards
  • Certificate of a Course “Learning to Teach Online” from University of New South Wales Australia


  • Young Leader’s Award from School of Leadership Karachi


  • Certificate of appreciation in recognition of outstanding contribution to Care Pakistan’s flood emergency response


  • Association in Burnout and Job Satisfaction among Working Social Sciences Post Graduate Students of Lahore


  • Violence Against Women Affects Child’s Personality: Perceptions of the Mothers and their Adolescent


  • An Analysis of Obstetric Factors Contributes to Postpartum Depression among Pakistani Women


  • Exploring the Role of Non-Governmental l Organizations during COVID-19 Pandemic in Pakistan


  • The Psychological Effects of Online Classes on Students: A Study of Pakistan in Covid-19 Pandemic


  • Psycho-Social Impact of Covid-19 on Healthcare Workers of Gujranwala


  • Effect of Parental Conflicts on Adolescents Personality Development in Pakistan


  • The Women University Multan
    Assistant Professor

    16-02-2022 to Continue

  • Minhaj University Lahore
    Assistant Professor

    2 Years

  • Quaid-e-Azam Law College, Lahore
    Lecturer of Sociology

    7 months

  • Allama Iqbal Open University Islamabad
    Resource Person of Sociology (Freelancer)

    5 year