Ambreen Nazir

Work place: Department of Software Engineering, University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila, Pakistan



Research Interests: Computational Science and Engineering, Software, Software Development Process, Software Engineering, Data Structures and Algorithms


Ms. Ambreen Nazir is a MS Scholar as well as Research Associate in the Department of Software Engineering at University of Engineering and Technology Taxila, Pakistan. She graduated from University of Engineering and Technology Taxila in Software Engineering in July 2012. Her areas of interest are Windows Application Development, Web Development, Databases, Software Quality Assurance, Software Project Management, and Software Requirement Engineering. She is trying to bring innovations in above mentioned fields.

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Performing Inquisitive Study of PM Traits Desirable for Project Progress

By Sobia Zahra Ambreen Nazir Asra Khalid Ayesha Raana Nadeem Majeed

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Feb. 2014

The accountability of a project’s success/failure lies on shoulders of a PM (project manager). Undoubtedly, project management is tough task to bring about and this is the most challenging role within the project. The project manager role varies from project to project and may include communication & negotiation with stakeholders, along with leadership and management of the project. Therefore he must possess both hard and soft skills besides education and expertise to drive his team towards excellence. This scientific documentation presents an ideal blend of responsibilities and skills essential for a project manager to cope with the changing project environment. Technical skills necessary for an IT project manager, further elaborates this study.

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Highlighting the role of Requirement Engineering and User Experience Design in Product Development Life Cycle

By Ambreen Nazir Ayesha Raana Nadeem Majeed

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2014

Product Development Life Cycle (PDLC) has been evolving from last decade from side to side unremitting progression of finest practices, process models and advance life cycles. Already present development models like rational unified process, waterfall model and spiral model have facilitated the people, who are being practicing the new models, to incalculably make their products better on the competence and effectiveness. Nevertheless, there is a need to quantify the product quality with the factors that are away from any traditional criterion like maintainability, reliability and the rest. Accomplishing a product that is technically strong only contributes a little part in sensational product market situation, but to what extent the product fulfills the major needs of the users reveals the real success of the product. Requirement Engineering (RE) and User Experience Design (UED) together make available the comprehended user requirements to product development team for successful implementation of product and further help the development team to resolve any problem that takes place. The paper emphasizes on the role of RE and UED during PDLC and discusses the challenges that comes out after coalition of RE and UED in product development. In the closing section some points are listed for determining these challenges.

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Cloud Computing ensembles Agile Development Methodologies for Successful Project Development

By Ambreen Nazir Ayesha Raana Muhammad Fahad Khan

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Nov. 2013

In today's IT world combination of AD (Agile Development) and CC (Cloud Computing) is a good recipe for the user needs fulfillment in efficient manners. This combination brings superiority for both worlds, Agile and Cloud. CC opportunities are optimized by AD processes for iterative software releases and getting more frequent user feedback while reducing cost. This paper analyzes the AM (Agile Methodology) processes and its benefits, issues with CC. ACD (Agile Cloud Development) approach helps a lot in overwhelming the challenges of both practices, encourages higher degree of innovation, and allows finding discovery and validation in requirements.

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Activity Based Quality Model for Evaluating Web2.0 Applications

By Ambreen Nazir Ayesha Raana Engr Ali Javed

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Mar. 2013

Quality is key term to be considered when developing the Web applications. If this is not adequately measured; there will be little to force users to use web applications. The focus of Web2.0 is to enhance the interactions between the application and end users and among users. The main challenge of this research is to identify the key quality attributes that gain the end user attention towards the Web applications. There are many Quality Models available for measuring the W2A (Web2.0 Applications). This paper has a critical review of the previously defined quality models. It defines a theoretical quality model containing essential attributes to assess the quality of W2A.

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