Ms Sarwat has 25+ years of diversified experience in the field of education and technology gained through studying and working in commercial and educational sector in Australia and overseas. She completed her year 12 with pre-med subjects in 1987. She became interested in the computer science field and completed her degree in B. Com and Diploma in Computer Science in 1989, in Pakistan.
Upon migrating to Australia in 1995, she completed her Master’s degree in Information Systems at Swinburne University. Later, she completed her Post Graduate Diploma in Educational Administration, focusing on Leading Education Organisation, Curriculum & Assessment and Human Resource Development and Graduate Diploma in Secondary Teaching with Business Management and Information Technology methods in 2004, at the University of Melbourne.
Ms Sarwat joined Darul Ulum College in 2005. Later in 2006-2008 she had the opportunity of working as as a replacement teacher in various state and independent schools. She re-joined Darul Ulum College in 2008 as a teacher. In 2012, she was entrusted with the additional responsibility of assistant assessment coordinator, where she has extended her support in developing assessment tools and overseeing the school’s internal and external assessment and reporting process and procedures. From 2013 to date, she has been working as an art, technology and business management teacher, and secondary art and technology coordinator. For her, education is the understanding gained after studying and/or experiencing life lessons, which develops the power of wisdom, reasoning and judgment within students, and prepares them, intellectually for their present and future life situations