Graduating with an MBA implies that you are competent in all managerial roles found in organizations and businesses today. An MBA program largely deals with general management topics but some degrees also offer a more specialized curriculum.
Samra says, one of the main reasons to opt for an MBA degree is to increase my salary earning potential and advancing my career. When applying for certain jobs, you will soon realize that an MBA is a necessity. Some employers might not even consider you eligible without one. An MBA degree helps you acquire a range of management and people skills and prepares you for positions of leadership. By virtue of the curriculum, training and research involved in an MBA program, your educational horizons expand and your overall vision remains longsighted. This is exactly what employers are looking for when they choose an MBA graduate over another applicant.
Armed with the technical knowledge of business practices, Samra is prepared to run a company. Leadership skills are honed and the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship are instilled in her. Anyone who has completed their MBA degree speaks of the growth of confidence and self-esteem and the sense of achievement of completing one of the more competitive and high demand degree programs available today.
The sender of this article is Samra Khan. A charming personality, lovely looks and what a refreshing smile Samra Khan has! She has looks of a fairy and personality of a princess. Samra is doing masters in business administration.
Sanniha writes in her email that she has come Singapore for Business meeting and staying in this luxurious hotel. She tells that the Peninsula Excelsior Hotel is one of the hotels in Singapore that caters to many business travelers. The newly renovated two-towered structure has very modern facilities and amenities.
Sanniha more tells that the hotel is in the business area of Singapore, near the prominent Singapore River. Popular establishments such as the Suntec City, Marina Square and many attractions of temples, churches and Chinatown are just around the perimeter. It is also near other areas of entertainment such as the Clarke Quay and Boat Quay. The National Museum is also a few minutes away.
Dear reader this photo is of Sanniha Raj from Bangalore. Sanniha is CEO of a multinational company. In the picture she is standing in Peninsula Excelsior Hotel Singapore.
Sunaina writes in her email that her father promised to her that when she will complete her graduations he will take her Dubai for shopping.Sunaina is feeling so much happy after having a memorable shopping tour of Dubai.
Sunaina tells that the best and most popular malls include the Deira City Centre – which welcomes 20 million shoppers every year, and has its own Lexus dealership if you need something to carry all of your shopping – and the Burjuman Centre, the top place for designer labels, and the Wafi Shopping Mall, where the name says it all – ‘wafi’ in Arabic translates as ‘everything you ever wanted’. Well Sunaina thank you so much for your contribution and sharing your rejoices.
This article has emailed us by Sunaina Andleeb. Sunaina Andleeb belongs to Islamabad. She has recently completed her post graduations. Now she is working in UBL as Marketing Manager.
Best wishes to all our readers at this wonderful occasion of Eid-ul-Fitar. Our team at edesibabes.com wishes you best of life and health.
All praise is for Allah, the One Who sent a strong wind that turned out the lights of my home.
That I might see in how much darkness I had been living.
The One Who opened the doors of my relatives homes for me and for my parents.
That I might feel the coldness which aloofness and privacy had gathered about me.
The One Who made me dependent on others. That I might know how dependent I am on Him.
The One Who has always been there.
That I might turn towards Him, find Him Greater,
and perceive a little better the sweetness of being a slave of the Lord.
As surely as I draw breath now, I will cease to do so at the exact instant He alone has Decreed.
And that moment will not be advanced nor delayed by any power of man.
Yet for Him the resurrection of His Creation will be easier than flicking a switch,
as trivial as uttering a Command.
Then, indeed, He alone will grant light.
And who would prefer darkness except one whose heart has never known light?
May Eid find you blessed with light. Ameen.
Saba said, in her email, are we all engineers or are we really artists? If you think about it, our jobs consist of taking basic elements (colors) combining them (painting) and creating networks, servers, and applications (works of art). Is one among us the next IT Michelangelo?
Just how do great IT managers go about making decisions? They all have different ways of doing this, but many of us talk about making “gut decisions.” What this is really a way of saying is that an IT leader who has good business instincts is a great value to the company that they work for.
If you want to become known as someone who can make good, quick decisions, then start trusting your gut; however, also make sure that you get as many inputs from others as possible. The time that it requires to get inputs from others can often take too long to collect. What’s an IT leader to do?
It turns out that you can probably trust your gut. This is because in your brain you have a class of neuron cells that are called “spindle cells”. This type of neurons both attaches to other cells easier and transmits information to them quicker.
Saba Hameed is an IT manager in a multi-national firm. Saba is a hard working girl from Lahore, her particular interest was computers so at university level she decided to study IT and come an IT expert. Now she is working in a managing position. This is rare for Pakistani girls, achieving excellence at a young age.