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STAFF REPORT IBD: The Pakistan Telecommunications Company Limited (PTCL) held a reception in honour of the Haj pilgrims who have been sponsored by PTCL under the employee welfare scheme for the haj pilgrimage.
The reception was attended by Syed Mazhar Hussain, Chief Human Resource Officer PTCL; Tahir Mushtaq, EVP HR Operations PTCL; Naushad H Javaid, EVP Leadership and Organizational Development PTCL, Shahzad Safdar Khan, and EVP HR Services PTCL along with other senior management of the
STAFF REPORT IBD: The United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) has recently conducted a two-day training workshop on water testing in the laboratories in Pakistan.
According to a statement issued here by the UNIDO, the workshop was organised to cater to the needs of laboratory staff working at the various laboratories of Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources (PCRWR) located across Pakistan.
The event was attended by the technical staff members from PCRWR,
STAFF REPORT LHR: Dr. Rafiq-ul-Hassan Usmani, Member (Animal Sciences) PARC, urged the livestock experts to revise the curricula and quality education for the Para Veterinary Staff in the country in order to provide better health and animal husbandry services to the livestock owners.He said this while addressing at inaugural session of National Workshop on "Present Status and Future Prospects of Para Veterinary Education in Pakistan recently held at PARC HQs, Islamabad.PARC organizedRead more
STAFF REPORT IBD: Some dental teaching hospitals, indoor mercury levels are found to be 15 – 20 times higher than the permissible limit for human health. Mercury contamination measurements have recently been made by Lumex mercury analyzer.A brief training and demonstration of Lumex use was also given by Dr. Mahmood A. Khwaja and Maryam Shabbir, to a group of postgraduate students at ICS who also assisted SDPI monitoring team in the survey work at a few sites in Peshawar. The SDPI mercuryRead more
STAFF REPORT IBD: PTCL President and CEO, Walid Irshaid, has said that despite prevailing economic challenges the company has secured unprecedented growth this year due to employees’ persistent hard work and initiative."My heartiest congratulations to all employees of PTCL who are key players in what we are doing through this company today," said Irshaid while addressing the PTCL’s annual two-day Way Forward Conference 2012’ held at Muzzaffarabad, AJK.PTCL was the first licensedRead more
STAFF REPORT IBD: Qubee has fired half of its staff comprising 150 officials in different departments to cut off its operational expenses as per austerity plan to reduce the gap between expenditures and revenue earnings.According to sources, the Qubee, a Wimax broadband operator, has continued to cut jobs in its organization to restructure its business up to the current earning level after its parent company Augere Holdings has directed its subsidiary key officials to run the organizationRead more