TMUC Karachi organises symposium
KARACHI (PR): The Millennium University College (TMUC), Karachi has organised a Professional Transnational Academia-Industry Partnership Symposium in an effort to bridge the gap between industry and the academia last day. The theme for the symposium focused on The Future of Professional Accountants. ACCA Pakistan was the knowledge partner for the event. Founder & Chief Executive The Millennium University College TMUC Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq TI said, “The only constant in today’s world is “change”. From new skills & innovation to changing roles, we analyze where the future will take the next generation of finance professionals.
The global economy is fast changing, unforgiving & competitive. The accountancy profession needs to ensure that its members have the knowledge, skills and competency to help organizations sustain economic growth and compete nationally and internationally.” He also urged the students and academia present to make the most out of such opportunities as it is important that networking starts early on for a successful career for Millennials. Pre-orders for HUAWEI Mate 10 Pro
LAHORE (PR): If you were craving to get your hands on the world’s most advanced smartphone – then the wait is finally over. HUAWEI has opened pre-orders for the HUAWEI Mate 10 Pro, touted as the world’s first superphone. A mind-blowing response for the HUAWEI Mate 10 Series in Pakistan saw the HUAWEI Mate 10 lite run out of shelves like hot cakes and an unprecedented pull for HUAWEI Mate 10. Hence, the entry of this topline variant is set to change the game.
HUAWEI Mate 10 Pro – the flagship device of the HUAWEI Mate 10 Series is packed with features that will amaze you. The pre-booking is kicking off from Saturday, December 02, and people can get this amazing smartphone for Rs 87,999/- in shades of Midnight Blue &Mocha Brown. There is also a gift box packed with awesome goodies from HUAWEI like a power bank and selfie stick for pre-bookers.
Carboxytherapy made available in Lahore
LAHORE (PR): Carboxytherapy, an FDA approved treatment for cellulite and stretch marks, has entered into the Pakistani aesthetic industry. The therapy, which originated in French spas in 1930, uses infusion of carbon dioxide to treat stretch-marks, cellulite and under-eye circles. The non-invasive, no risk treatment is used on the face, eyelids, neck, stomach, arms, legs, and buttocks and aids in collagen repair and destruction of fatty deposits. It has almost no side effects as carbon dioxide – the major component of the therapy – is a naturally occurring gas in the body.
“Carboxytherapy is relatively painless as the scar tissues do not have nerves. It is effective as it relies on increasing blood circulation to specific areas of the body; targeting the underlying cause of cellulite and stretch marks,” says Dr Tauquir Ahmad, a UK trained cosmetologist now operating in Lahore.
The Carboxytherapy is a quick treatment that requires 15 to 20 minutes and depending upon the condition, a patient requires 7 to 10 treatments. The therapy is used extensively in Europe and UK and is extensively used to treat after-birth symptoms as well as erectile dysfunction, acute arthritis, Raynaud’s syndrome, and alopecia caused by poor blood circulation. UMT holds annual career fair 2017
LAHORE (PR): The University of Management and Technology (UMT), one of Pakistan’s leading universities in private sector, held its annual ‘Career Fair 2017’ under the theme of “Backpack to Briefcase”. As many as 120 companies most of them multinationals set up their stalls and carried out recruitment of degree holders on the spot.
A good number of fresh graduates and other students thronged to the venue organized by varsity’s Office of Career Services (OCS) and exchanged their curriculum vitae with the recruiters and got hired on the spot.
More than 120 corporate organisations, including Vivo, TCL, HINO, Hardees, Pepsi, Stylo, Descon, Haier, Wilshire, Nestle, Dawn, Beyt.com, Huawei Technologies, The Urban Unit, Hyperstar, Joyland, Habib Bank Limited, and Pak Qatar Takaful, set up their stalls to provide job opportunities to students. Numerous exotic food stalls were also displayed in the event where visitors and their families enjoyed fresh bites of traditional and fast food. PPL Block inaugurated at
Centre of Excellence for Deaf
KARACHI (PR): MD & CEO Pakistan Petroleum Limited (PPL) Syed Wamiq Bokhari inaugurated company-funded block at Centre of Excellence for Deaf (CED) on Thursday. PPL donated Rs. 6.52 million for construction, furnishing and equipping the block at CED established by Pakistan Association of the Deaf (PAD) at Korangi Industrial Area, Karachi. Officials from both organizations,
including Co-president, PAD Irfan Mumtaz, were present at the event.
Speaking on the occasion, Bokhari stressed on PPL’s ongoing efforts for enabling the differently-abled individuals to be part of the mainstream. “We are committed to improving the quality of life for deserving communities, including those with specific needs, through projects in education, healthcare, livelihood generation and sports,” highlighted Bokhari.