Tayyaba Mustafa

Lecturer Linguistics

Tayyaba Mustafa

Tayyaba Mustafa is a committed Communication Consultant, Linguistic, Educationist, and a trainer for Business & Managerial communication. She has been focusing on the productive growth of professionals through effective communication strategies & consultancies that assist the creation of high performing individuals with maximum language competence at different corporate settings.

She holds an MS- degree in Applied Linguistics & Literature. A dedicated ESL-Instructor with over 6-years of teaching experience at various leading Universities of Pakistan Including Institution of Business Management, Iqra University, SBK Women University and Buitems Pakistan.

As an ESL instructor, Tayyaba has gained productive insights into language acquisition theories, cross cultural communications, curriculum development & trainings. Her eminent commitment to provide excellence in academia is not only restricted to teaching through various methodologies but also by actively participating & publishing research papers in the field of English Literature & Linguistics.


    1. English Literature and Linguistics (MS), Sardar Bahadur Khan Women’s University, 2016
    2. English Literature and Linguistics (BS), Sardar Bahadur Khan Women’s University, 2014


    1. Certificate of Teaching English as a Foreign Language. (EFL) completed as a part of degree
    2. Certification in Applied Translation studies.
    3. Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages – TESOL (completed as a part of degree program)
    4. Curriculum Reviewer, – Developer at LGS, Quetta.

Consultation, Industry & Teaching Experience:

  • Lecturer- Permanent Faculty – Iqra University, Karachi (2019 – Present)
  • Visiting Faculty – Institute of Business Management (IOBM), Karachi (2021- present)
  • Former Visiting member at Sardar Bahadur Khan Women University Quetta.
  • Visiting Faculty at Baluchistan University of Information Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences, Quetta

Publications & Research

  1. A Postmodern Historiographic Metafictional Study of Sea of Poppies. Recognized in HEC, Y Category and Indexed in Scopus
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17762/pae.v58i3.3900
  2. Decentering the Centre: A Constructive Study of the Heirs of Columbus. Recognized in HEC, Y Category and Indexed in Scopus.
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.48080/jae.v18i2.7955