PgCert Research (University of West London), PCET Teaching and Learning (University of East London), MEng Civil Engineering (M.S. University)
Indira has considerable industrial experience within design and construction of building and infrastructure projects.
Working in Academia from 2006, Indira has been teaching various undergraduate courses in Building Surveying, Construction Project Management/Architectural Design and Technology and Civil & Environmental Engineering at the School of Computing & Engineering.
She is currently a Course Leader for BSc (Hons) Building Surveying and a module leader for modules such as Building Pathology, Construction Materials, Civil Engineering Construction, Health & Safety, Geology and Work Based Project.
She is an external examiner on Surveying Technician Diploma Programme at another Higher Education Institution.
Along with the teaching duties, she acts as Industry Consultative Committee coordinator to bring in Industry experts - to enhance employer engagement within the Built Environment area of the School.
Her research interests include:
- Employer engagement in civil engineering project-based learning.
- Fostering engagement between construction companies and Higher Education Institutions
- Drivers and Motivators to University-Industry interaction
- ‘Work-shadowing’ and its place in preparing students for practical Building Surveying Skills
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