Interview with Rabia Basri by Zill-e-Huma Exclusive to All Round View

🕔 Posted on: September 26, 2017 - 20:18 👁 Views: 274

Interview with Rabia Basri  by Zill-e-Huma Exclusive to All Round View

Rabia Basri, a poetess, prose writer, working as Coordinater in an organization, speaker, Co-founder and President of Young Women’s Writer Forum Islamabad, social worker for sixteen years. She belongs to a remote area of Khaplu, Baltistan. She has written three books of poetry, and still working hard to promote new talent. A very humble and nice personality. It was such a pleasure to asking her different questions about her professional and personal life, some of them are here to share with you.

Zill-e-Huma: Thank you for talking to us first of all please provide your detailed introduction to the readers of our Online English News Portal “All Round View”.
Rabia Basri:
میں بس ایک بار لاجواب ہوا
کسی نے جب کہا “کون ھو تم”؟
It is not that easy to introduce yourself Well, I m Rabia Basri, writer of three books of poetry. Co-Founder and President of Young Women Writer’s Forum Islamabad since 16 years. Working as a coordinator, a social worker. Above all a mother of 2 cute kids.

Zill-e-Huma: And now please tell us something about your family?
Rabia basri: We are five siblings, three brothers and two sisters. My father passed away when I was only 15 years old. And two years ago I lost my eldest brother, that are the unbearable losses of my life. My mother is a house wife who always stood besides me. My betterhalf is an ICT Engineer. An artist working with some Media Projects. A very cooperative and caring person who is my strength. I have two kids, masha Allah my son Rayyan will turn 6 in October insha Allah and daughter Hana is 4 years old masha Allah.

Zill-e-Huma: What is your date and place of birth?
Rabia Basri: 21st April, Rawalpindi.

Zill-e-Huma: Anything important related to your birth?
Rabia Basri: My baba gave me the 1st gift of my name Rabia Basri, that’s the important point of my birth.

Zill-e-Huma: How was Rabia Basri as a child?
Rabia Basri:I was a very serious kind of child, who doesn’t like mixing up with everyone, and I was very choosy, but still I was very active in Debates and other competitions from my early childhood. I remember my Principal used to help me to stand on chair for debates,she was always calling me as “the pride of the school” I made only two friends in childhood and still they are my besties. Losing father at a very young age was a very tragedic turning point of my life that changed my life immediately and made me a self made person.

Zill-e-Huma: Important incidents related to your early life?
Rabia Basri: Incident, well same as I mentioned above losing my father, seeing him struggling against fatal disease of Cancer. That is the saddest part of my life.

Zill-e-Huma: Please provide detailed description about your educational background.
Rabia Basri: I did Masters in Education. I optioned literature in my Intermediate and Bachelors, as I was always interested in literature.

Zill-e-Huma: And what about your achievements and failures during your education?
Rabia Basri: Alhamdulillah I have been considered a very good student plus very active in extra curricular activities. I was the awarded the Best Student of College Post Graduate College Satelliete Town Rawalpindi at the occasion of College Covocation. Best debator since 4 years. I won the best debator award and cash prizes many times. Best Debator at National level, best poetess. I was the Stage Secretary of my college. Conducted many programs during 4 years of college life. Secretary Literature Society. I was the editor of my College Magazine “Rawal Chronical” this is indeed an honor for me. As far as failures are considered i got admission in Quaid e Azam University in M.Sc Anthropology and I couldn’t join due to certain personal reasons. That’s what I still feel regretted.

Zill-e-Huma: What was your favourite subject and which subject did you not like?
Rabia Basri: I love Urdu, English and Physics and I simply hate Maths .

Zill-e-Huma: Your struggles and hardships that you faced during your educational life.
Rabia Basri: Yes, that’s a very valid question. I have been gone through couple of issues during my school and college time. My Maths and Bio teacher always discouraged me, even I used to give good tests still she had been in doubts “is it done by you, I mean really you did it” this comment always let me down and still I can not forget this sound.

Zill-e-Huma: Anything you wanted but could not achieve related to education?
Rabia Basri: My father always wanted me to be a Doctor but after his death I couldn’t make it up.

Zill-e-Huma: What about your professional life and responsibilities in organization that you are currently involved with?
Rabia Basri: I am working 9-5. Plus performing duties as Co-founder of a literary forum for young girls. I am coordinater.

Zill-e-Huma: Please mention your achievements and failures related to your profession?
Rabia Basri: Ups and downs are part of life, and as for professional life too. Overall , I have good cooperative collegues around. I do my work with full dedication and honesty without considering that I m a woman. I do face problems but I manage somehow.

Zill-e-Huma:What was the reason behind selection of this profession?
Rabia Basri: I have interest in my work and I know that it will help me to learn many positive things and I can serve my motherland in a better way.

Zill-e-Huma : What about the place in which you are living now?
Rabia Basri: It is heart of Pakistan, Islamabad. Lovely city with lovely people around and lots of greenry.

Zill-e-Huma : Which part of the world is your favorite you traveled yet?
Rabia Basri: Pakistan, my dear homeland has a rich culture and heritage. Having lovely people around, obedience of parents, Respect for elders, care for younger ones, sympathy for underprivileged ones, We Pakistani have strong faith in all above.

Zill-e-Huma: How do you see the current technological and communication revolution?
Rabia Basri: Current technological and comunicational revolution must have to be taken in a positive way yet have to handle with care like, It has to be accurate, Must be relevant to basic purposes Complete in respect to the key elements of the problem It has to be Timely (should be communicated in time to be used). It has to be consistent and reliability has to be up-to-date easy to understand. It has to be tailored to the needs of managers and end users.

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