Amina describes herself as a sentimental, home-loving Cancerian with an innate passion for teaching. She is an organized professional with proven teaching methods, guidance, and counselling skills and is adaptable to the different levels and backgrounds of students. Holding a work experience in the teaching of over 20 years, she possesses a strong record of effective supervision and is skilled at the behavioural management of students. She teaches English (ENG-0031/ENG-0041) at the Global School of Science
Born in the land of clouds in the city of Shillong, Meghalaya, Amina, who hails from a convent-educated background, has spent her years in various cities across India and Nepal. After the completion of her BA degree, she migrated to Jhapa in the year 2000 as she married into a Nepali family. She then began her formal teaching career by working as an English teacher in Projjwall Collegiate Academy, Gauradaha and gave this line of work a continuation after moving to Biratnagar in 2002 and Kathmandu in 2017.
Over the years, Amina has worked in the capacity of an English Faculty at South Asian School of Tourism and Hotel Management, Management Campus, Biratnagar (BBA, Purbanchal University), College For Professional Studies, Biratnagar (Sikkim Manipal University), Merryland College, Biratnagar, and Xavier International College, to name a few. All these experiences have led to her working as one of the faculty members for English in Global School of Science as of present. Having taught students from diverse academic and social backgrounds during her time as a Faculty, she has successfully been able to create a strong hold over her subject and disseminate the same passion she has for English to her students from all streams and levels.
Being a wife, mother of two, and a Nepali working woman, a notable amount of her time is spent around the house; however, as an English professional, it is a given that she enjoys devoting a fair share of her time to reading. She also likes to indulge in gardening and practice mindfulness through meditation and listening to podcasts.