Department of Statistics

Dr. Asifa Kamal

Dr. Asifa Kamal
Dr. Asifa Kamal

Chairperson/Associate Professor

Department of Statistics

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WORK EXPERIENCE 

  • Associate Professor Statistics LCWU, Lahore 13, Feb. 2020 till todate
  • Assistant Professor of Statistics LCWU, Lahore 23, January, 2009-13, Feb., 2020
  • Lecturer Statistics HED Punjab at LCWU, 24, October, 2000 to 23, January, 2009.
  • Lecturer Statistics HED Punjab 26, February, 1999 to 23, October, 2000.

EDUCATION 

Qualification

Institution

 

Year

Post Doc

Ph.D. (Statistics)

University of Southampton, UK                         

GCU, Lahore

                   2017-18

                    2012

M.Phil (Statistics)

GC University, Lahore

 

2006

M.Sc. (Statistics)

Punjab, Lahore

 

1997

B.A.

Lahore College for Women, Lahore

 

1994

F.A.

Lahore College for Women, Lahore

 

1992

Matric

Govt Model Girls High School Model Town Lahore

 

1990

AREAS OF INTEREST

Sampling Techniques, Multivariate Analysis, Regression Analysis, Survival Analysis, Population Studies

COMPUTER SKILLS

MS OFFICE, SPSS, STATISTICA, MINITAB, MATHEMATICA, STATA, R, Tidyverse in R

SCHOLARSHIPS/OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS/FUNDINGS

  1. Indigenous PhD Scholarship from Higher Education Commission of Pakistan.
  2. Post-Doctoral Fellowship award at University of Southampton, UK by Punjab Higher Education Commission of Pakistan.
  3. Visited to Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey after selection from higher education department Turkey under Mevlana Faculty Exchange Program 3-17, Nov., 2019 and delivered series of seminars to students and faculty members.
  4. Won grant from USAID to attend symposium of LISA 200, University of Colorado Boulder, USA (2019).
  5. Established lab LISA-LCWU in collaborations with LISA 2020 global network and currently working as coordinator of LISA-LCWU.
  6. Member LISA 2020 and attained full membership of LISA LCWU.
  7. Received International Statistical Institute grant ($900) for capacity building projects for Statistics (10 May, 2020) and organized/conducted workshops.
  8. Received grant ($ 1964) from World Bank (under TFSCB) through International Statistical Institute for year 2020 and organized 4 days events in the context of 3rd LISA 2020 symposium “Connecting to Build Capacity to Transform Evidence into Action and Celebrate the International Year of Women in Statistics and Data Science (IYWSDS)”.
  9. Blog Training the Next Generation of Statisticians: Why Statistician Asifa Kamal is leading a new statistics lab in Pakistan. https://usaid.link/vs3
  10. Video recording on ISI website under title women Statistically Significant https://www.isi-web.org/events/calendar/iywsds

THESIS SUPERVISED 

BS Statistics

  1. Sarah Ashraf (2009). Factor analysis of teacher’s intervention strategies for solving student’s behavior and learning problems: A cross-sectional case study based on the teaching staff of girl’s schools of Ravi Road, Lahore.
  2. Fatima Waqar (2011). Effect of socio-economic and demographic factors on son preference in Pakistan (analysis at national and provisional level).
  3. Ayesha Khan (2013). Effect of Socio-Economic and Demographic Factors on the Prevalence of Consanguineous Marriages in Pakistan.
  4. Javeria Basharat (2015). Analysis of Socio-Demographic Factors affecting Utilization of Antenatal Care Visits among Pakistani Women: A Negative Binomial-Logit Hurdle (HNBLOGIT) Regression Model Approach (1990-2013).
  5. Abeera Shakeel (2019). Trends and Determinants of Neonatal Mortality in Pakistan, PDHS (1991-2018).
  6. Aqsa Asghar Ali (2019). Factors affecting Body Mass Index of Pakistani Women: Quantile Regression Model.
  7. Areej Arshad (2021). Statistical Analysis of the Effect of Potential Non-Clinical Risk Factors on Covid-19 Cases and Deaths in Punjab, Sindh and KPK: Application of Negative Binomial Regression Model.
  8. Currently supervising one BS student.

MS Statistics

  1. Hina Saher (2013). Determinants of Low Birth Weight of New Born Infants in Pakistan: Comparison of Multiple Imputations with Deletion Method of Missing Data Handling Techniques.
  2. Zoya Ahmad (2015). Analysis of the Effect of Socio-Economic and Demographic Factors on Child Mortality in Pakistan.
  3. Farkhanda Afshan, (2016). Improved Predictive Exponential Type Estimation of Population Mean.
  4. Huma Dastgir (2017). Some Exponential Type Predictive Estimators of Finite Population Mean In Two-Phase Sampling.
  5. Nimra Amir (2017). New Exponential Type Estimators for Population Mean Under Predictive Approach Using Auxiliary Information in Two Phase Sampling
  6. Nasiha Sarwar (2018). Factors Affecting Exclusive Breastfeeding Duration in Pakistan: Parametric and Non-Parametric Survival Approach.
  7. Maryam Ishaq (2019). An exponential Ratio and Product Type in Regression Estimators for Finite Population Mean by using Transformed Auxiliary Variables under Non Response.
  8. Sara Zahid (2019). Generalized to Exponential Ratio Type Estimators for Finite Population Mean in the Presence of Non Response.
  9. Adan Kamran (2020). Level, trends and determinants of fertility in Pakistan: an application of Relational Gompertz model and Poisson regression model (1990-2018).
  10. Sadaf Malik (2020). Trends and determinants of family planning methods among women in Pakistan: a pooled analysis from PDHS (1990-91, 2006-07, 2012-13 & 2017-18).
  11. Abeera Shakeel (2021). Analysis of Patterns, Trends and Determinants of Stillbirth in Pakistan (PDHS 2012-13 and 2017-18): A Spatial and Multivaraite Decomoposition Analysis
  12. Currently supervising one M.Phil students.

COURSES/WORKSHOPS/TALKS CONDUCTED

  1. Resource Person for teacher training course on SPSS (2009) conducted by HEC at LCWU, Lahore.
  2. Resource Person for training on SPSS for teachers of affiliated colleges and LCWU faculty (July 4th to 15th July, 2011) at LCWU, Lahore.
  3. Resource Person for two week training on SPSS (2014) arranged by Directorate of Faculty Development, Lahore College for Women University, Lahore.
  4. Facilitator for Active Citizen Program and Supervisor of Social Action Projects.
  5. Resource Person for 3-Week Workshop on SPSS Training, 11thApril – 29 April, 2016, LCWU, Lahore.
  6. Resource Person for Advanced Level Workshop on Data Analysis, 20 – 25 Oct., 2016 (4 cr. hrs), LCWU, Lahore.
  7. Seminar on Handling of Missing Data on 18 October, 2018 organized by DFDI at LCWU, Lahore.
  8. Seminar on Handling Missing Data at Government College for Women, Samanabad, Lahore 3rd May, 2019.
  9. Conducted series of seminars (3) at Hacettepe University, Ankara Turkey on “Data Science with Tidyverse” under Mevlana Exchange Program from 3/11/19 to 17/11/19.
  10. Resource person for online international workshop on “Tidyverse for Data Science”, 20-28, July, 2020.
  11. Resource person for workshop on “Tidyverse for Data Science”, 2-6, November, 2020.
  12. Delivered talk in 3rd LISA 2020 Plenary Session titled “New Approaches to Statistical Learning in Developing Countries, Wed, Jan 20, 2021.
  13. Conducted one day workshop on “Analysis of Survey Data from Complex Sample Designs with SPSS”, 29, June, 2021.
  14. Conducted 6 days workshop “Data Analysis using SPSS” at LCWU, organized by DFDI, LCWU, from 27th – 29th September & 4th -6th October, 2021.

COURSES AUDITED

  1. Non Response in Survey Sampling, Department of Social Statistics and Demography, University of Southampton, UK.
  2. Generalized Linear Models, Department of Social Statistics and Demography, University of Southampton, UK.
  3. Multilevel Modelling III, Department of Social Statistics and Demography, University of Southampton, UK.
  4. Time Series Analysis, Department of Social Statistics and Demography, University of Southampton, UK.                                         
  5. Statistical Programming, Department of Social Statistics and Demography, University of Southampton, UK.     

MEMBERSHIPS

  1. Elected Member International Statistical Institute, year 2020.
  2. Member National Curriculum Review Committee for Statistics HEC, Pakistan.
  3. Member International Union for Scientific Study of Population IUSSP.
  4. Ex Member of Population Association of Pakistan (PAP).
  5. Ex Member of Islamic Society of Statistical Sciences.
  6. Member Editorial Board Journal of Arts and Social Sciences (JASS)
  7. Member LISA 2020.
  8. Member Advisory Committee Journal of Statistics. 

REVIEWER OF INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS

Reviewed papers of international journals i.e. BMJ open, Asian Research Journal of Mathematics and Journal of Poverty and Public Policy. 

INTERNATIONAL EVENTS ORGANIZED/CHAIRED 

  1. Organized one day International Webinar on Statistics: Solution to Interdisciplinary Research Problem (20th October, 2020). Guest speakers were renowned national and International (from USA and UK) Statisticians. 
  1. Chaired plenary session titled as “New Approaches to Statistical Learning in Developing Countries”, October 29, 2020 by Department of Statistics, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil.
  2. Chaired session at online conference at AISC 2021 (8-10, October, 2021) UNC Greensboro, USA.

 ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENTS 

  1. Departmental Management Representative
  2. Arrangement of lectures, workshops, seminars etc.
  3. Coordinator Research, Department of Statistics
  4. Coordinator MS Statistics Program
  5. In charge Departmental Budget Committee
  6. In charge Departmental International Linkage Committee
  7. Coordinator ORIC
  8. Member Departmental Doctoral Committee
  9. Member Departmental Tenure Review Committee College of Statistical and Actuarial Science, University of the Punjab.
  10. Coordinator LISA LCWU.
  11. Member Physical Inspection Committee LCWU
  12. Member GP Fund Committee
  13. Member TTS Committee Mathematics department LCWU
  14. Focal Person SDG4, LCWU, Lahore.
  15. Member Publication Evaluation Committee.

OTHER EDUCATION/ TRAININGS

S#

Date(s)

Program Description

Venue

1

1997-1998

 

B.Ed.

 

Govt. Ed. College, Lahore

2

Feb. to April, 2000

 

Two months course on MS Office

LCWU, Lahore

3

May 19 to 01 Aug.,2000

 

12 Week Training Program on Graphic Designing

LCWU, Lahore

4

August 8-18, 2001

 

IT Skills Program by British Council and JPC Women

LCWU, Lahore

 

5

March 11-30, 2002

 

Master Trainer Course Workshop under Intel Teach to the Future Program

Intel Arranged Lab, Model Town, Lahore

6

May 10-15,2004

 

In Service Training in Statistics

HEC Regional Center, Lahore

7

Sep. 07, 2004

 

One Day Enhancement Workshop of Intel Teach to the Future

Children Library Complex

8

Jan,2004 to Dec. 2004

 

30 Credit Hours Course of M. Phil level

NCBA & E, Lahore

 

9

Dec. 23-29,2005

 

Recent Development in Statistics

FC College, Lahore

 

10

April 17-22,2006

 

Training Course in Statistics

GCU, Lahore

 

11

August 26-27, 2006

 

Workshop on Recent Development in Survey Sampling

LUMS, Lahore

 

12

June 9 to July 11,2006

Stochastic Process

 

GCU, Lahore

13

15-18 Feb., 2010

National Workshop: Training of Master Trainers for the PCEPT

Holiday Inn, Lahore

14

28th May to 1st June 2012

Preparation of PC-I

 

MPDD, Lahore

15

11 October, 2012

Women in Leadership

LCWU, Lahore

16

6 & 7 Feb., 2013

 

Mastering Advanced Qualitative and Quantitative Data Analysis for Dissertation/Thesis/Paper-Software Application SPSS and NVIVO

LCWU, Lahore

17

08-02-2013

Supervising Research: A toolkit for Faculty” by American Center.

LCWU, Lahore

18

22, Feb., 2013

IRP, Patent and Patenting

LCWU, Lahore

19

27-29, May, 2013

 

Teaching by the Case Study Method

LCWU, Lahore

20

20, August- 30, August, 2013

Advanced Time Series and Forecasting

LCWU, Lahore

21

8th Jan., 2014

Introduction to Statistical Software R Language

LCWU, Lahore

22

02-05, Sep. 2014

One Week Training of Active Citizen Program by DFDI,LCWU and British Council

LCWU, Lahore

23

Jan-Feb, 2015

5 Days Training under HEC Modern University, Governance Program

LCWU, Lahore

24

April, 13th 16th 2015

Calibrated Estimators

LCWU, Lahore

25

Apr 28th

ORIC: Strategic Planning

LCWU, Lahore

26

Apr 29th 2014

How to Develop a Grant Funding Project

LCWU, Lahore

27

June, 2015

Workshop on OLK-12

LCWU, Lahore

LCWU, Lahore

28

June, 2015

4 days workshop on Latex

LCWU, Lahore

LCWU, Lahore

29

22 Nov.-6 Dec., 2016

5 days workshop on AMOS

LCWU, Lahore

30

July 15 to 20, 2019

Six-Day Course on "Tidyverse for Data Science” 

PBS, Lahore.

31

15-18 August, 2019

LISA 2020 Symposium

Kulalumpur, Malaysia

32

29-31, January, 2020

“Survey Data and Panel Data Analysis in STATA” Workshop

Economics department LCWU

33

Feb. 24-28 2020 (One week)

“Data Visualization & Optimization of Generalized Models Through Mathematica”

Workshop

 

LISA-LCWU

34

Mar 9th-12th, 2020

Time Series Analysis in Eviews and GMM in STATA

Economics department LCWU

35

Sep 30, 2020

Webinar on Benefits of joining IASC and introduction to R for time series Analysis by ISI

ISI

36

Oct 19th, 2020

Workshop on Advance your analysis skills and graphing solution in scientific research with GraphPad PRISM

LISA LCWU

37

Oct 20th, 2020

Webinar on Statistics: Solution to Interdisciplinary Research Problems

LISA LCWU

38

Oct 21-22nd, 2020

Workshop on Structural Equation Modeling, Mediation and Moderation Analysis using AMOS and the PROCESS Macro for SPSS

LISA LCWU

39

7, Oct., 2020-…

3rd LISA 2020 Symposium online

UCB, USA

40

16th July, 2021

The World of Vaccines, Viruses and Pandemics

LCWU

41

April-July , 2021

(3 sessions)

Career & Professional Skill Sets Development

LCWU

42

23, May, 2021-15, Aug, 2021 (5 sessions)

Contd.

Series of online workshops titled “Data Science Ideas for Aspiring Statistical Consultants” by Roger Stern & David Stern

PISTAR, LHR

CONFERENCES/SEMINARS ATTENDED

 

S#

Date(s)

Program Description

Venue

 

  1.  

8-10, Oct., 2021

AISC 2021 UNC Greensboro, USA

Online

 

  1.  

19-20, April, 2021

International Online Conference on Economic and Social Sciences (IOCESS2021a)

Online

 

  1.  

18th - 23rd August, 2019

"ISI WSC 2019" Congress 

Kulalumpur, Malaysia

 

  1.  

21-23 Jan., 2019

17th International Conference on Statistical Sciences

NCBA & E, Lahore.

 

  1.  

3-5 July, 2018

The Research Methods Festival, National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM)

University of Bath, UK.

 

  1.  

December, 8, 2017.

ESRC South Coast Doctoral Training Partnership Final Year Conference, 2017

University of Southampton, UK.

 

  1.  

December, 12-15, 2016

ICCS-14, Multan, Pakistan,

NCBA and E Multan

 

  1.  

18th Nov., 2015

Attended Seminar on  World Statistics Day

Kinnaird College

 

  1.  

20th October, 2015

Lecture on  "Advances in Moment Distributions and their Reliability Measures"

LCWU, Lahore

LCWU, Lahore

 

  1.  

6th and 7th Feb, 2015

First Annual Conference for Mathematics and Statistical Sciences

Lahore School of Economics, Lahore

 

  1.  

19th Oct., 2010

 

One day seminar on development of Statistics

LCWU, Lahore

 

  1.  

Jan. 23-25, 2009

 

Fifth International Conference on Statistical Sciences, Mathematics, Statistics and Application

NCBA &E, Lahore

 

 

  1.  

Nov. 01,2008

 

One Day Symposium on “Mathematical Statistics and Real Data Analysis”

LCWU, Lahore

 

 

  1.  

May 28-29, 2007

 

3rd National Conference on Statistical Sciences

FAST, NU Lahore

 

  1.  

Nov. 7-8, 2007

 

International Conference on Statistical Sciences

GCU, Lahore

 

 

  1.  

June 19 to Aug.01 2000

 

Civil Defense General Protection Course No. 11

Civil Defense Academy Lahore

 

  1.  

May 3-5, 1997

Eleventh All Pakistan Statistical Conference

Punjab University

 

 

 

 

             

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Kamal, A. and Shahbaz. Q. (2008). New difference estimator in two-phase sampling using arbitrary probabilities, Journal of Statistics, 15, 7-16.
  2. Kamal, A., Shahbaz. Q and Hanif, M. (2009). Modified regression type estimator in two phase sampling using arbitrary probabilities, Pakistan Journal of Statistics, 25(2), 141-147.
  3. Kamal, Asma., Qaisera, S. Kamal, Asifa and Nazeer, A. (2008). Assessment of awareness regarding diabetic retinopathy among patients visiting diabetic clinic, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Lahore”, Esculapio, 3 (4), 6-9.
  4. Kamal, Asma., Qaisera, S., and Nazeer, A. Kamal, Asifa (2008). Stages of diabetic retinopathy and its relationship with blood sugar level and duration of diabetes mellitus, Lahore”, Esculapio,4 (1), 12-16.
  5. Kamal, A. and Pervaiz, M. K. (2011). Factors affecting the family size in Pakistan: Cloglog Regression Model Analysis, Journal of Statistics, 18, 29-53.
  6. Kamal, A. and Pervaiz, M. K. (2012). Determinants of higher order birth intervals in Pakistan, Journal of Statistics, 19, 54-82.
  7. Kamal, A. and Pervaiz, M. K. (2013). Determinants of marriage to first birth interval in Pakistan, Journal of Statistics, 20, 44-68.
  8. Kamal, Asma, Riaz, A, Kamal, Asifa and Sheikh, F. (2012). Association of raised gamma glutamyl transferase (GGT) levels in patients with acute coronary syndrome and their hospital Outcome, Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Sciences, 6 (1), 208-211.
  9. Asma Kamal, Hameed, M., Asifa Kamal,Naseem, K. (2012). Assessment of Risk Factors in Patients Presenting with Gastritis at Services Hospital Lahore. Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Sciences, 6 (2), 370-371.
  10. Waqar, F. and Kamal, A. (2013). Socioeconomic and demographic factors affecting intended number of boys in a Family: A case study based on Pakistani women, The Pakistan Journal of Social Issues, 4, 44-53.
  11. Javed, S. and Kamal, A. (2014). Job satisfaction factors of PTCL employees, International Journal of Applied Research, 3, 166-174.
  12. Kamal, A., Khan, A. and Nauman, U. (2015). Effect of socioeconomic and demographic factors on prevalence of consanguineous marriages in Pakistan. Journal of Statistics, 22, 317-334.
  13. Ahmed, Z., Asifa Kamal, Asma Kamal (2016). Determinants of child mortality in Pakistan: Cox Proportional Hazard Model Analysis for PDHS (2006-07) and PDHS (2012-13), Pak Pediatr J , 40(1), 47-53.
  14. Ahmed, Z. Asifa Kamal, Asma Kamal (2016). Statistical analysis of factors affecting child mortality in Pakistan, Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan, 26 (6), 543-544. Impact factor 0.230
  15. Basharat, J., Kamal, A., Manzoor, I. and Nauman, U. (2016). Socio-Demographic differentials for utilization of antenatal health care among Pakistani Women: A Negative Binomial-Logit Hurdle (HNBLOGIT) Regression Model Approach (1990-2013), Pak Pediatr J., 40(4), 242-53.
  16. Asifa Kamal, Saher, H. and Asma Kamal (2016). Factors affecting low birth weight in Pakistan, Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan, 26 (12), 1001-1002. Impact factor 0.230
  17. Inayat, I. and Kamal, A. (2017). Factors Affecting Young Female Consumer’s Behavior towards Branded Apparels in Lahore, Journal of ISOSS, 3(2), 253-260.
  18. Saher, H., Kamal, A. and Nauman, U. (2017). Analysis of factors affecting weight of child at birth in Pakistan: Multiple Imputation of Missing Data, Journal of Statistics, 24, 2017. pp. 75-91.
  19. Kamal, A., Waqar, F. and Muazzam, A. (2018). Attitudinal determinants of son preference for Pakistani women based on PDHS (2012-13): A Poisson Regression Model Approach, JASS, Vol.5 (2), 13-27.
  20. Farkhanda Afshan, Asifa Kamal and Mahnaz Makhdum (2019). Improved Predictive Exponential Type Estimator of Population Mean. Journal of ISOSS, Vol. 5(2), 31-48.
  21. Sarwar, N. H., Kamal, A. (2020). Exclusive Breastfeeding Practices and Associated Risk Factors in Pakistan: An Evidence from PDHS 2012-13 using Cox Proportional Hazard Model, Pakistan Pediatric Journal, 44(3), 113-119.
  22. Kamal, A., Numan, N. (2020). Trends and Determinants of Birth Spacing in Pakistan: 1991-2013. Pakistan Pediatric Journal, 44(2), 240-249.
  23. Asma Kamal, Asifa Kamal, Naeem Afzal, Shazia Siddique & Khadija Tahir (2020). Role of Zinc in patients presenting with Recurrent Hepatic Encephalopathy in Medical unit of tertiary care hospital Lahore. Esculapio, Volume 16, Issue 03. https://doi.org/10.51273/esc20.251631
  24. Mirza, S., Latif, F. & Kamal, A. (2020). Online media and students’ pro-environment engagement-raising awareness, facilitating environment-friendly behavior and social capital, Pakistan Journal of Distance and Online Learning, Volume 6, No. 2, http://journal.aiou.edu.pk/journal1/index.php/PJDOL/article/view/918/104
  25. Kamal, A., Noreen, G. and Amin, M. (2020). Trends and Determinants of Fertility in Pakistan: Multivariate Decomposition Analysis (PDHS 1990-91 to PDHS 2012-13), Journal of Innovative Sciences, 7, Iss.1, Pages 6-17.
  26. Asifa Kamal, Abeera Shakeel (2021). Differentials and determinants of neonatal mortality in Pakistan: A cross sectional analysis (PDHS 2017-18). Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association, Volume 71, No. 3, 900-904. https://doi.org/10.47391/JPMA.1458, CD2 0.5, JCR impact factor 0.573
  27. Kamal, A., Ali, A. A. and Irfan, S. (April 2021). Socio demographic determinants of BMI of Pakistani women: an evidence from PDHS (2017-18) using quantile regression analysis. Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association (JPMA), Volume 71, Issue 4, 1069-1075. (JPMA 71: 1069; 2021) DOI: https://doi.org/10.47391/JPMA.1459, CD2 0.5, JCR impact factor 0.573
  28. Kamal, A., Amir, N., and Dastgir, H. (2020). Some Exponential Type Predictive Estimators of Finite Population Mean in Two-Phase Sampling. J. Stat. Comp. &Interdis. Rese. Volume 1(1) (2020), 53-59 http://scir.wum.edu.pk/index.php/ojs.
  29. Hafsa Batool, Mumtaz Anwar, Nabila Asghar, Hafeez Ur Rehman, Asifa Kamal (2021). A nexus between household characteristics and women’s empowerment: a case study of Punjab, Pakistan. Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews, Vol 9 (2), 203-212 https://doi.org/10.18510/hssr.2021.9221. GIAP Journals, eISSN: 2395-6518, CD2 3.44, SJR 663
  30. Naz Saud, Ayesha Ghulam Rasool, Naila Amjad, Asifa Kamal, Noor Shahid, Masood Nizam Tabassum (January, 2021). Factors Effecting the Motivation towards Blood Donation among University Students in Lahore Pakistan. PJMHS (Pakistan Journal of Medical & Health Sciences), Vol. 15, No.. 1, 198-200. ISSN1996-7195.
  31. Ayesha Ghulam Rasool, Naz Saud, Asifa Kamal, Naila Amjad, Noor Shahid and Masood Nizam Tabassum (Fe., 2021). Socio-Demographic factors affecting knowledhe, attitude, and practice towards blood donation among university students, Lahore, Pakistan. PJMHS (Pakistan Journal of Medical & Health Sciences), Vol. 15, No.3), 638-641.
  32. Asifa Kamal, Sadaf Malik , Hafsa Batool, Afza Rasul (2021). Influence Of Individual And Community-Level Associates Of Contraceptive Use In Pakistan: A Multi-Level Mixed Effect Analysis (PDHS 2017-18). Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews eISSN: 2395-6518, Vol 9, No 3, 2021, pp 764-775 https://doi.org/10.18510/hssr.2021.9375, GIAP Journals, CD2 3.44, SJR 663
  33. Naila Bashir, Asifa Kamal, Tuba Iqbal (2021). Prevalence and Determinants of Diarrhea among Children of Punjab, Pakistan Pak Pediatr J; 45(3): 284-91. Accepted 8 June 2021.
CONFERENCES PRESENTATIONS/PUBLICATIONS N PROCEEDINGS
  1. Kamal, A. and Shahbaz. Q. (2007). Regression Estimator in Two-Phase Sampling. Paper presented on International Conference on Statistical Sciences with special reference to the Survival Data Analysis held at GCU, Lahore on 7-8 Nov. 2007.
  2. Ashraf, S. and Kamal, A. (2011). Factor Analysis of Teacher’s Intervention Strategies for Solving Student’s Behavior and Learning Problems (A Cross-Sectional Case Study Based on the Teachers of Girls Schools of Ravi Town, Lahore), Paper published in the proceedings of 11th ICCSS held at UMT Lahore, 19-22 December, 2011, Vol. 21. 707-715.
  3. Ahmad, Z. and Kamal, A. (2015). Analysis of the Effect of Socio-economic and Demographic Factors on Child Mortality in Pakistan, paper presented at First Annual Conference of Mathematics and Statistical Sciences on Mathematical and Statistical Models in Economics, Finance and Applied Science: Analysis and Methods, 6-7 Feb., 2015.
  4. Inayat, I. Kamal, A. (2016). Factors Affecting Young Female Consumer’s Behavior towards Branded Apparels in Lahore. Paper presented at ICCS-14, Multan, Pakistan, December, 12-15, 2016.
  5. Dastgir, H, Kamal, A. and Makhdum, M. (2019). Some Predictive Estimators Of Finite Population Mean in Double Sampling. Published in Proc. 17th International Conference on Statistical Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan – January 21-23, 2019, Vol. 33.
  6. Sarwar, N., Kamal, A. and Khan, T. (2019). Factors Affecting Exclusive Breastfeeding Duration In Pakistan: Parametric Survival Models. Published in Proc. 17th International Conference on Statistical Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan – January 21-23, 2019, Vol. 33.
  7. Javed, R., Fatima, A. and Kamal, A. (2019). Factors Affecting the Utilization of Maternal Health Care Services among Women in Punjab, Pakistan: Insight from MICS Data 2014, Published in Proc. 17th International Conference on Statistical Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan – January 21-23, 2019, Vol. 33.
  8. Adan Kamran and Asifa Kamal (18-20 February, 2021). Trends in Urban/Rural and Regional Fertility differentials in Pakistan using Relational Gompertz Model. Paper presented/published in the proceedings of 18th International Conference on Statistical Sciences (ICSS18). 305-316.
  9. Adan Kamran and Asifa Kamal (9-10 April, 2021). Data Quality Checks of Fertility Data: Pakistan Demographic and Health Surveys (PDHS 1990-91, 2006-07, 2012-13, 2017-18). Paper published in the proceedings of 5th Online International Online Conference on Economics and Social Sciences (IOCESS2021a), in Lahore, Pakistan. pp. 625-639.
  10. Abeera Shakeel and Asifa Kamal (8-10 October, 2021). Analysis of Spatial Patterns and Associated Factors of Stillbirth in Pakistan, PDHS (2017-18): A spatial and multilevel analysis. Paper presented at online AISC 2021 conference at UNC Greensboro, USA.
  11. Uzma Yaqoob and Asifa Kamal (8-10 October, 2021). Role of Socioeconomic and Parental Involvement Factors on Children Foundational Learning Skills: An Evidence from MICS (2017-18), Punjab, Pakistan. Paper presented at online conference at AISC 2021 UNC Greensboro, USA. 

RESEARCH POSTER PRESENTATIONS

  1. Poster presentation on research festival (2014) on the 50 years of department of Statistics, GCU, Lahore.
  2. Saher, Hina, Waqar, F. and Kamal, A. (2015). Social and Demographic Factors Affecting Son Preference in Pakistan: A Provisional Level Approach. Poster presented at First Annual Conference of Mathematics and Statistical Sciences on Mathematical and Statistical Models in Economics, Finance and Applied Science: Analysis and Methods, 6-7 Feb., 2015.
  3. Hameed, S., Javed, S. and Kamal, A. (2015). Identification of Job Satisfaction Factors of PTCL Employees, Poster presented at First Annual Conference of Mathematics and Statistical Sciences on Mathematical and Statistical Models in Economics, Finance and Applied Science: Analysis and Methods, 6-7 Feb., 2015.
  4. Afshan, F., and Kamal, A. (2017). Improved Predictive Exponential Type Estimators of Population Mean. Presented at 2nd COMSATS STATISTICS POSTER COMPETITION held on May, 11, 2017 at COMSATS Lahore. Stood 3rd in a competition.
  5. Zahid S., Kamal, A. and Amir, N.(2019) Some Exponential Type Predictive Estimators of Finite Population Mean in Two-Phase Sampling. Forman Statistics Research Showcase 2019 (FSRS-2019)
  6. Kanwal, S., Kamal, A. and Dastgir, H. (2019). A Predictive Estimator of Finite Population Mean in Double Sampling. Forman Statistics Research Showcase 2019 (FSRS-2019).
  7. Malik, S., Kamal, A., Shakeel, A. (27, Oct. 2021). Poster presented at poster competition titled as “Let the data speak” organized by ORIC and Department of Statistics. Research poster got first position.
  8. Arshad, A., Kamal, A., Afzal, F. (27, Oct. 2021). Poster presented at poster competition titled as “L et the data speak” organized by ORIC and Department of Statistics. Research poster got third position.
  9. Kamran, A., Kamal, A. (27, Oct. 2021). Poster presented at poster competition titled as “Let the data speak” organized by ORIC and Department of Statistics. Research poster got first position.
  10. Shakeel, A., Kamal, A. (27, Oct. 2021). Poster presented at poster competition titled as “Let the data speak” organized by ORIC and Department of Statistics.