User:Tazeen

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20, September 2017

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Contact-new.svg Dr. Tazeen Mahmood
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Employer:kmcollege University of Delhi
Occupation:Reader, Chemistry, Chemistry Department
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About Myselt

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About Myself

I am Tazeen Mahmood, teaching analytical chemistry and biochemistry in the Department of Chemistry in Kirori Mal College. I joined this college in July 1987. I started my teaching career at V.P. Chest Institute, University of Delhi in 1983.I have experience in Developing Undergraduate curriculum and syllabi.

Educational Qualifications

I have done my schooling from St. Thomas' School in Delhi.I did B.Sc.(Hons) in chemistry in 1972, M.Sc. in Biochemistry in 1974 and did my Ph.D. in Medical Biochemistry under the supervision of Dr. V.N.Singh, Department of Biochemistry,V.P.Chest Institute, University of Delhi.

My Hobbies

I like to read my books in free time. I like to reading biographies, history and classics.Majority of the books I read are in English but I also read books in Hindi and Urdu. Nowadays ebooks are available on the internet on various sites like gutenberg. These sites also have books that are not easily available today. I also like listening to music.I am also keen to learn about the history and culture of other countries. Besides going to a number of places in India I have traveled to, Greece,Turkey, Italy, China, Malaysia and USA as a tourist and interacted with people there. One of my childhood fantasy was to walk on the Great wall of China and see the Greek monuments.I would also like to visit Egypt, Spain and Morocco.

Fellowships

  • Junior Research Fellowship,CSIR, 1974-1976.
  • Senior Research Fellowship, CSIR, 1976-1978.
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship CSIR, 1978-1980

My Contributions on the Wikieducator

  1. /Electrophoresis
  2. ion exchange capacity
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  4. photo arena


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Messages from my WikiNeighbours

Dear Tazeen,

Warm welcome to the WikiEducator family of educators and learners!

Here at WikiEducator we work together to develop open and free educational content/activity including suitable quality assurance systems for all levels and subjects. Our sustained efforts and unique ways of networking will definitely make us a trusted partner of National Qualifications Frameworks of various countries as well as the evolving Transnational Qualifications Framework

Collaboration is the strength of our community. Therefore don't be shy to ask for learning helps and offer your support <smile>.

Warm Regards
Anil Prasad 09:31, 13 April 2009 (UTC)


(Comment.gif: Hi Dr.Tazeen, Very happy to see the progress you have made so far. WE has a community certification scheme starting from Apprentice level 1. At the end of this workshop you will be able to gain Apprentice Level 2 or WikiBuddy certification, very easily, based on your performance. We would like to see all of you attain wiki buddy status by the end of this workshop. GO AHEAD! All the best…warm regards…Anil Prasad 16:32, 13 April 2009 (UTC))

Hi Dr.Tazeen,

You may be planning to add the content you have prepared as part of the learning contract tomorrow. Similarly you are likely to create more pages as you have become a very enthusiastic Wiki Educator by now. Click here for some tips for creating new pages.

Warm regards
Anil Prasad 15:35, 14 April 2009 (UTC) [[Category: Chemist]