Sanam, Ayesha, Fozia, Noreen and Fiza are students of Business Management Degree in one of Pakistan’s top business schools. They all are enjoying their life and studies, all have different wishes in life from peace and prosperity to getting famous. They wrote article about Management and sent us through email.
They are learning advanced management education, including advanced knowledge relating to professional business designations. This essential objective is carried out by giving significance to the development of an individual’s career. It also takes into consideration the functional business knowledge that is required by an individual to succeed in the management career. At the same time, they are given a chance to expand in-depth dedicated knowledge in any selected field.
The Business Management Associate Degree enables them to acquire a broad understanding of all functional areas of a typical business (accounting, finance, human resources, production, information systems, and marketing) opearting in today’s dynamic environment.
Throughout this program they learned the management topics of leadership, motivation, communication, and team building. Furthermore, also taught techniques for effective decision-making and methods for setting strategic and tactical goals, planning and organizing activities, leading employees, and controlling operations in organizations. This well-rounded curriculum set them on the path to success in the business world.
Welcoming start of MA Seraiki classes at the Bahauddin Zakariya University, literary circles urged its vice chancellor to appoint a person fluent in spoken and written Seraiki with a grip on its literature as head of the department. Bahauddin Zakariya Univeristy (BZU) in Multan is going to begin full-fledged MA Seraiki classes. Seraiki is an ancient language with a prestigious intellectual history and a rich literature, especially poetry. As with most regional languages in Pakistan, we have not done full justice in nourishing this heritage. There is also much resentment in the greater Seraik-speaking area (which includes Southern Punjab, and parts of upper Sindh and Eastern Baluchistan) and a sense of injustice about how this region and its heritage has been treated, especially by Lahore-centric Northern Punjab (by way of disclosure, I should say I myself am from Northern Punjab).
As such, the decision is not just appropriate but politically significant. According to a news story in The News (26 June, 2006), however, it could soon turn controversial. Reportedly, there are “speculations circling in [Multan] that a person who neither speaks, reads nor writes Seraiki is being made the head of the department.” In response, an open letter has been sent to the BZU vice chancellor Prof Dr Naseer Ahmed Khan. The letter’s tone signifies deep distrust and apprehension and does not have the sweetness one usually associates with the Seraiki language:
Sara Kiani is a social sciences student in Bahauddin Zkariya Universty Multan. She is finalizing her masters and want to start her career as a freelance writer.
Shalwar kameez is a dress that is popularly worn by people of the Pakistan. However, more recently this dress has also become quite popular in western countries, especially in the UK and USA. Shalwar Kameez is a two piece dress suit. The top piece, called the “kameez” is similar to a long blouse that usually extends upto the knees. Kameez is available in both long sleeves as well as in short sleeves. This suit is also popularly worn by ladies looking for Islamic clothing !
There are so many styles in our Shalwar Kameez (including Kurta, Kurti, Tunics and more).
Shazia in black shalwar kameez has recently emailed us from Islamabad. She is student of fashion designing. These girls look awesome in shalwar kameez!
Fatima Jinnah Women University has been established in the premises of the Old Presidency building. Our heritage has been beautifully interlinked with the education of women for the next millennium. The main building is Victorian as reflected in its architectural splendor. This building was originally built as a residence by two famous Sikh brothers, Mohan Singh and Sohan Singh of Rawalpindi. This became the Presidency of Pakistan around the early 70 ‘s. The rooms are steeped in history; personalities like Ch. Fazal Elahi, President Zia-ul-Haq, and Benazir Bhutto have walked in the corridors of this building. Ex. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif inaugurated this gift for the nation’s daughters and their families on August 6, 1998.
The University is unique in the fact that the Punjab Government funds it. The Government of Punjab is very supportive of the university thereby furthering the cause of women education and empowerment.
Its first Pakistani women university and sure their are some of the most beautiful girls studying. Fatima Jinnah Women University was established in 1998 at Old Presidency in Rawalpindi. It was the first female university in Pakistan. A sub-campus of FJWU is being established at Sialkot. University is offering programs in Arts, Computer Sciences, Literature, Communication Sciences, Defense, Economics and Economic Studies. University has a great faculty and emerging as Pakistan’s top universities.
About Author: Nadia (standing left) has emailed this article Fatima Jinnah Women University Islamabad. Nadia is doing masters in social sciences from Fatima Jinnah Women University Islamabad. She has also sent picture with her university friends.
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