President and CEO, Union Bank Limited, Mr. Shaukat
Tarin and Air Marshal Raashid Kalim, Senior Vice President, Pakistan
Squash Federation, inked the document on behalf of their respective
Speaking on the occasion, Air Chief Marshal, Kaleem
Saadat, said: "We are delighted to have formed this partnership
with Union Bank which would go a long way in the development and
promotion of squash in Pakistan."
CONFERENCE ON EMERGING ISSUES IN HR MANAGEMENT
Nutshell Forum is organizing 3rd Annual Pakistan
Human Resource Strategy Forum with the theme of "Emerging Issues
in Human Resource Management". The conference will be held on
26th & 27th July at a local hotel in Karachi.
Prominent Human Resource professionals from
Pakistan and abroad will be attending the conference.
On the second day of the conference the
participants will be enriched by attending a practically thought
provoking workshop on different aspects of human resource management
directly related to the behavioral issues of their respective
organizations. This workshop will also provide an opportunity to the
participants to exchange their views and opinions formed in the
previous sessions of the conference.
The purpose of this workshop is to nurture our
available human and natural resource in a blend, so as to convert them
in our development resources for achieving harmonized economic
development for making our significant race in the world to enter the
domain of globalization.
Pakistan Human Resource Strategy Forum with the
theme of "Emerging Issues in Human Resource Management" is
designed in such a way to serve as an early warning system, alerting
Chief Executives, Human Resource professionals, Management
Consultants, Trainers, Academia, Management Students, Entrepreneurs
and other workplace managers about the emerging issues likely to shape
the future of the workplace over the next decade.
Expressing his views about the significance of the
conference, Mr. Azfar Ahsan, CEO Nutshell Forum, said: "We
desperately need a national and global economy in which people act not
only as consumers but also as citizens, in which workers reassert
their responsibility for themselves and for the success of their
companies, where maintenance of corporate relationship will not be the
only targeted issue of society".
He said that "as per today's global and
national requirements of a civic society, it is the right time for all
of us to reevaluate our goals and strategies both at public and
T-TEP CAREER DAY HELD
Indus Motor organized the 5th Career Day of its
Toyota-Technical Education Program (T-TEP). T-TEP is a joint
initiative of Toyota Motor Corporation and Indus Motor Company in
collaboration with the Government College of Technology, Lahore.
Since the inception of the program in 1999, IMC has
provided training in the latest automobile technology to graduates of
T-TEP and has arranged a Career Day, every year. This year, 20
students graduating from this program were short listed to be employed
at the dealerships and will start their On Job Training (OJT) next
Khalid Mahmood, Chairman, Technical Education
Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA), Government of Punjab, was the
Chief Guest on this Career Day. Other officials from the Punjab
government, representatives of Toyota Motor Corporation, Indus Motor
Company, Toyota Dealerships and people from the auto industry also
Khalid Mahmood, in his speech, appreciated the
important role T-TEP is playing in educating auto technicians and in
bridging the gap between the industry and technical institutions. He
suggested that similar programs be established in other areas also, as
they are a service to the community and are beyond commercial
considerations. He thanked Toyota Motor Corporation and Indus Motor
Company in this pioneering effort.
Y. Arae, Vice Chairman, Indus Motor Company, said
that dealers should induct educated and bright youngsters at entry
level who will be the key persons of tomorrow.