Mohsin Mirza did his MSc. Degree in Renewable Energy and Power Systems Management from City, University of London (2016). Earlier in 2015, he did his Masters in Public Policy from the Center of Public Policy and Governance (CPPG), FC College Lahore. His Bachelors degree is in Electrical Engineering from the University of Central Punjab (2012). His focus during his Masters studies has been in studying and analyzing the power generation crises in Pakistan in an attempt to finding solutions to this ongoing national crises.
Mohsin has served in National Engineering Services Pakistan (NESPAK), a renowned Pakistani multinational state owned corporation, from 2012 till 2015, in the Power and Mechanical Division. He worked on various important projects at NESPAK, including the Islamabad International Airport (Benazir Bhutto International Airport), Jinnah Barrage, Quetta Integrated Video Surveillance System, Lahore Ring Road, Load Dispatch Upgrading Project for National Transmission Dispatch Company (NTDC).
Mohsin’s passion for social service has been evident since his college days when he formed a social welfare organization- ‘Youth Club Pakistan’ in 2009. This organization was especially active in collecting funds for the Internally Displaced Persons of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) province-citizens affected by the ongoing war against terrorism who had been accommodated in camps in Mardan. Funds were collected from students at the University of Central Punjab, an NGO by the the name of ‘Milestone’, as well as Mohsin’s family and friends, and relief goods were personally delivered at Mardan’s refugee camps in an attempt to ensure transparent delivery and empathize with the suffering refugees. Later, Youth Club Pakistan was also active in arranging lectures by socio-political leaders to motivate the youth towards making a positive contribution for Pakistan. In 2010, Mohsin also founded a social media network- Reform Fraternity, (www.reffra.com) with human welfare and education as it main theme. Reform Fraternity was instrumental in organizing a peaceful rally in Lahore in an attempt to prevent the devolution of the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC).