International Islamic University holds job fair

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President International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI), H.E. Dr. Hathal Homoud Al-Otaibi, say higher education in Pakistan is evolving rapidly and expectations of society are also rising accordingly, stressed upon academia to come forward and play its progressive role to make the education truly relevant.

He shared his views during the inaugural ceremony of Job Fair organized by Faculty of Management Sciences held at Quaid-i-Azam Auditorium, Faisal Masjid Campus of the university.

He said that producing all round graduates along with professional development and preparing them to display true image of Islam is our main focus in the university. He opined that maintaining the quality of higher education in institutions must be the top priority to achieve sustainability and progress in the country.

Dr. Hathal inaugurated the Job Fair along with Dean, Faculty of Management Sciences, Dr. Abdul Raheman. The event was attended by as many as 25 organizations set-up their stalls for interviews of the students.

During the inaugural ceremony, Dr. Hathal Hamoud, President IIUI visited various booths established by various multinational companies and organizations and witnessed the interviews of the students of various disciplines of the Faculty of Management Sciences.

President IIUI maintained that opportunities play a key role for career development and polishing the talent of the students. President, IIUI appreciated the interactive activities of students and representatives of companies in the job fair and also presented shields to the representatives of companies at job fair and organizing committee on the occasion.

On the occasion, Dr. Abdul Rehman, Dean FMS also briefed the representative of companies about the university and its contributions for the development of the country while visiting various booths established by the companies.

Dr. Abdul Raheman, Dean FMS said that the job fair is aimed at providing an opportunity to employers and qualified youth to interact with each other. “We are providing employers with a perfect platform to interact with their prospective candidates one-on-one” he said.

He added that the activity has been planned to minimize the burden of the government that it has been facing due to unemployment.