Aftab Khushk has over 16 years of experience in implementing, designing, and evaluating education assessment programs.
Khushk was a pioneer member of Aga Khan University Examination Board, where he actively engaged in developing examination syllabi for grades 9 to 12 in humanities subjects. He led the development of summative exams through capacity building of item writers and e-marking answer scripts using customized software. Khushk served as the provincial assessment coordinator of the USAID-funded project EDLINKS, supporting district examination committees and provincial policy makers in developing standardized formative and summative assessments. In addition, he has consulted for the Education Department of Sindh for the design and implementation of a large-scale standardized assessment test. Prior to joining USAID’s Sindh Reading Program, Khushk was a national consultant for Adam Smith International in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of the Pakistan.
Aftab holds a master’s degree in cultural anthropology from Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan.