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Career Opportunity in Lahore

Career Opportunity in Lahore


Sumera Saeed | December 21, 2017 | category: Government Jobs in Pakistan

Career Opportunity in Lahore

Job Titles:

  1. Manager

Location: Lahore, Pakistan

Industry: Rehnuma-FPAP

Positions: 01

Apply Before: 24th December, 2017

Age Limit: N/A

Minimum Qualification and Experience: mentioned on the advertisement

How to Apply?                         

You can apply for the Manager jobs in Rehnuma-FPAP by submitting the applications before the due date. You can also send your applications at jobs@fpapak.org

Phone Number: 042-111 22 33 66

For additional details see the advertisement below for the latest government jobs in Pakistan in Rehnuma-FPAP.

Career-Opportunity-in -Lahore-Daytimes

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Jobs in National Fertilizer Corporation of Pakistan

Jobs In National Fertilizer Corporation of Pakistan


Sumera Saeed | September 26, 2017 | category: Government Jobs in Pakistan

Jobs In National Fertilizer Corporation of Pakistan

Job Titles:

  • Professor
  • Associate Professor
  • Assistant Professor (Mechanical, Engineering, and Civil Engineering)
  • Manager (Accounts)
  • Assistant Manager(Accounts)
  • Lecturer (Mechanical, Electrical and Civil Engineering)

Location: Lahore, Pakistan

Industry: National Fertilizer Corporation of Pakistan

Positions: Multiple

Apply Before: 9th October 2017

Age Limit: Mentioned on the Advertisement

Minimum Qualification and Experience: Mentioned on the Advertisement

How to Apply?

You can apply by submitting your job applications by the due date. For complete information about the jobs in National Fertilizer Corporation of Pakistan see the advertisement below:

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Jobs for Pakistan’s Generation Next

Jobs for Pakistan’s Generation Next


Sumera Saeed | September 25, 2017 | category: Government Jobs in Pakistan

Jobs for Pakistan’s Generation Next. Pakistan’s recent census 2017 has revealed a staggering population of 210 million and according to the UN population fund report 63% or 132 million are between the ages of 18 and 33. Out of this 69 million are 15 or under and 58 million between 20 to 24. For Pakistan the need for creating and sustaining employment for its pipeline of millennials is turning into a ticking time bomb.

The rapid adoption of technology by millennials means that they are more familiar with searching for information online, communicating and networking through social media, they want to move on very quickly, in other words their behaviour is very different to past generations who relied upon reading vast amounts of content, face to face conversations, writing by hand and having a job for life. On the other hand we have employers and their needs. “The discourse at the round-table in Faisalabad on 25 September is around the 2 groups’ employers and millennials or generation next and whether they are aligned? What are the challenges? What are the opportunities?” Said Shah Muhammad Khan, ACCA Business Development Manager for Faisalabad.

Those organisations that are actively understanding and changing to attract and retain the best millennials are also recognising that customers are also passing through technological changes. The accountancy profession is not any different, it attracts many young people but it’s probably the one sector that has experienced the most profound technological changes, in my own lifetime we have moved away from really back bending cross casting, reconciliations and multiple ticking to automation, cloud services and there are serious chances that the work of accountant will be completely automated by 2030. So how is the profession going to save itself. The good news is that regulations and compliance will continue, risk management,analysis and thinking about the future will still need to be performed by humans.

Why should a young bright person enter the accounting profession if it’s going to be like entering a time tunnel and taking one back to Dickensian days. Certainly in Pakistan the environment not only of some SMPs, SMEs but many larger organisations has still not understood and embraced the technological change and its impact on behaviours and the external environment. When ACCA surveyed 2458 young people under the age of 36 results were in line with global trends. Young Pakistanis choose accounting and finance because (i) want a long term career (ii) they want to develop and broad range of skills. Young Pakistanis do see the sector as prestigious whereas globally this feeling ranked 5th out the 5 factors.

Does the profession offer enough opportunity for mobility?

Arif Masud Mirza, Regional Head of Policy for ACCA said

“ACCA Pakistan organised the roundtable discussion with SMP and SME owner managers in Faisalabad, to gather opinion and feedback on (i) What are the key challenges they face in terms of talent attraction, development and retention?(ii) Do they think the same issues which SMPs face also apply for SMEs who are looking to attract, develop and retain staff? And (iii) What do they identify as the specific advantages for 18-36 year olds working in an SMP compared with another finance sector (e.g. larger corporate firms, Big Four etc.)?”

65% have only been in their current roles for 3 years or less. But the chart illustrates and strong mobility trend. Young people in SMEs and SMPs are more likely to see their next move outside the organisation.

For a generation who have grown upwith significant advances in technology,it is perhaps not surprising they seebenefits from the increasing adoption ofnew technologies in the workplace. Employers need to harness this passion for technology internally and externally in their B2C and B2B commercial relations.

“Savvy employers are aware of young candidates making their own personal brands on social media. CFOs and HR functions will often visit the LinkedIn pages of young people which may provide more insights on their attitude, soft skills and EQ.” said Shah Muhammad Khan, ACCA’s Business Development Manager for Faisalabad.

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Arshad Khan To Continue his Showbiz Career

Arshad Khan To Continue his Showbiz Career


Sumera Saeed | January 7, 2017 | category: Celebrity

Arshad Khan To Continue his Showbiz Career

Yesterday it was reported that Arshad Khan Chai Wala to quit showbiz over the sensational photo shoot with Muskaan Jay that went viral on social media. Arshad Khan to quit showbiz and to continue his tea selling job, as one of the managers of Chai wala stated on internet.

Soon after the new statement by another manager of Arshad Khan said that he is to continue his showbiz career as he is to shoot for his debut film “Kabeer” in Dubai. He will continue his career as his family allows him to do film but not to do and sort of sensational and bold scenes.

His manager Rizwan Kazmi told media that one of the team members leaked this bold photo shoot of Arshad Khan’s on social media and showed them to his family members in Mardan.

He said that Khan belongs to a religious family so evidently the photos didn’t go too well with them and they asked him to leave immediately because it brought a bad name to the family.

Arshad Khan Chai Wala Likely to Quit Showbiz

He further added that Arshad Khan has convinced his family and promised not to involve himself in such type of intimate scenes and objectionable photo shoots.

He said that they have fired the person who leaked the pictures as Arshad Khan did not know anything about it.

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