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This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (December 2008) Nasreen Jalil Born 22 February 1947 Lahore, Punjab, British India Known for Naib Nazim of Karachi Nasreen Jalil (22 February 1947 in Lahore) is currently the Naib Nazim of the district of Karachi, Sindh.[1] Her father was the deputy commissioner of Lahore at the time of Partition. Her sister is the Pakistani architect, Yasmeen Lari. Contents 1 Early life and education 2 Miscellaneous 3 Political career 4 References Early life and education Jalil was born in Lahore on 22 February 1947, then part of colonial India, her family were originally from the United Provinces but had settled in Karachi.[2] She was educated at the Adabistan-e-Soophia Lahore from where she got her primary education. She went to the United Kingdom at a very young age and was educated at the Savernake School of London for her Middle Standard education. After her return to Pakistan, she completed her secondary and higher secondary education in Karachi from 1958 to 1962. She did her Matriculation from PECHS College in 1960 then she joined Home Economics College later on she got admission in Karachi University. Her interest in learning the Occidental languages and literatures motivated her to go to Paris in 1963 and learn the French language. she came back to Pakistan after a year, rejoined Karachi University and completed her Honours in English Literature in 1966. Miscellaneous Nasreen Jalil took a keen interest in the extra-curricular activities during her academic career and was very active in social welfare activities at the academic institutions she attended and also at the community level. She learned to fly at Aero Club and got her Commercial Pilot License in 1966. She was an instructor of flying at Hong Kong Aero Club. Then she got married and have four children. She has also worked for "Bahboud", a welfare organization in Karachi, since 1970. Nasreen Jalil is a widely travelled person and has been to the United Kingdom, South Africa, France, the United States, Canada, Saudi Arabia and a number of other countries of Europe, Africa and Far Eastern Regions and academic, excursion, business, political and parliamentary missions. Political career Nasreen Jalil was elected to the senate of Pakistan in March 1994 for a six-year term. She was member of the Senate Standing Committees and Commerce and on Foreign Affairs, Kashmir Affairs and Northern Affairs and on Health, Social Welfare and special Education and also Chairperson on Functional Committee on Human Rights. On Jan 2006 she became Naib Nazim of Karachi, during the swearing in ceremony Jalil pledged that underdeveloped areas of the city would be developed and also that women's rights would be safeguarded.[3] References ^ Zila Nazims & Naib Zila Nazims in the Province of Sindh ^ Nasreen Jalil - Senate of Pakistan ^ KARACHI: Nasreen sworn in as naib nazim Persondata Name Jalil, Nasreen Alternative names Short description Date of birth 22 February 1947 Place of birth Lahore, Punjab, British India Date of death Place of death