Fatima Group Recruitment Drive 2020
Fatima Group will be coming to LUMS to conduct a recruitment drive for their Empower to Lead Programme; the information session will be followed by an online test. They are in search of the most talented and creative individuals with leadership abilities to become a part of their organisation.
Date: Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Time: 6:30 pm onwards
Venue for Information Session: NIB Auditorium, 1st floor, Academic Block, LUMS
Online Test Venue: Programming Lab, Syed Babar Ali School of Science & Engineering, LUMS
• MBA II for the position of Management Trainee Officer (MTO)
• EE & CS (4th year) for the position of Graduate Trainee Engineers (GTE)
• MBA I & EE (3rd year) for Internships
Eligibility Criterion: CGPA 3.00 and above
L’Oréal Holds Recruitment Drive at LUMS
The L’Oréal Recruitment Drive was held at LUMS on Feb 4, 2020. L’Oréal is a French personal care company and the world leader in beauty, present in 150 countries on five continents. Organised by the Career Services Office at the University, the event included recruitment opportunities and also provided information about Brandstorm 2020. The event was attended by LUMS students as well members of L’Oréal’s management team.
Aly Shaan, Management Trainee L’Oréal and LUMS alumni, commenced the session by introducing his team. He shared his experience with the firm and told the audience that it’s the people at the company that set it apart. He informed the audience that L’Oréal’s CEO and Country Director, Junaid Murtaza, is also a LUMS alumni.
Khawaja Munir, Zonal Head L'Oreal Paris, was also present at the event and spoke to the audience. He shared some background about the company and explained that it was founded by Eugene Schueller in 1907 and has now become the number one cosmetic group in the world. In the coming years, the company aims to win over another billion consumers globally by creating cosmetic products that meet the infinite diversity of their beauty needs and desires.
International Professors Conduct Teaching and Learning Workshop to Further LUMS No-Borders Agenda
New directions redefine LUMS as Pakistan’s leading institution in research and teaching. We offer a unique experience of learning without borders through an integrated core-curriculum across disciplines, applied to solving the grand challenges of South Asia and beyond.
Students and faculty across the University work together as partners in the pursuit of excellence. In line with this philosophy, faculty and graduate students from all five Schools congregated at the Suleman Dawood School of Business to participate in a weeklong ‘No-Borders Teaching and Learning Workshop.’
The workshop took place January 13-17 with renowned international professors, J. B. Kassarjian, Professor of Management, Babson College, USA and Professor Emeritus, Strategy and Organization, IMD, Switzerland, and Joseph M. Pons, President, AXIOMA Marketing Consultants, Spain, leading it. Both Professors Kassarjian and Pons have been conducting similar workshops in over 25 countries around the world. Their unique interactive style of teaching made for a transformative experience for all those who attended.
The symposium kicked off with welcome remarks from Honorary Dean Suleman Dawood School of Business, Dr. Alnoor Bhimani and Vice Chancellor LUMS, Dr. Arshad Ahmad. After welcoming the instructors, the Dean highlighted LUMS at the forefront of learning and teaching and expressed the significance of the workshops stating, “Case-based teaching is not limited to the business school – it spreads across disciplines and is more powerful than just the transfer of knowledge.” He focused on the benefits of this methodology and said, “This will transform the way you think about teaching and will ultimately shape the lives of individuals you will encounter in the classroom.”
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