• Agriculture Problems Suggestions
    But the growth of agriculture in Pakistan is facing a lot of problems. Due to various causes, per acre yield is very low in Pakistan as compare to other developed countries. From time Immemorial, agriculture has been the major occupation of the people of Pakistan. Even today agriculture is a major...
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  • Mr. K a Sedeqi
    of the Afghan state are concerned. We are a newly rebuilding state of all the institutions that any state would need to make it run. That rebuilding has been going on now for 10 years, some with tremendously good success, some relatively all right. In areas where we began late, of course, this progress...
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  • Nestle Pakistan
     Nestlé Pakistan Introduction Nestlé Pakistan Ltd is a subsidiary of Nestlé S.A. - a company of Swiss origin headquartered in Vevey, Switzerland. It is a food processing company, registered on the Karachi and Lahore stock exchanges and operating in Pakistan since 1988 under a joint venture with Milk...
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  • An Export-Led Growth Strategy Pakistan
    AN EXPORT-LED GROWTH STRATEGY Meekal Ahmed * This essay makes no pretence to offer a novel concept or a new development strategy and most economists reading it will probably stifle a yawn and turn the page. Yet it is a subject worth talking about. Many countries round the world, most notably the former...
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  • Quality of Worklife
    and beneficent, who blessed us with the knowledge and gave the courage to accomplish this task. We are bound to thank all the staff of Mobilink who cooperated with us in questionnaires and in particular we are grateful to Miss Tahira Amin Khattak (HR relation manager) and Muddasir Majeed (Franchise manager)...
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  • Flood
    Pakistan Floods Progress Report July 2010 / July 2011 www.oxfam.org Pakistan Floods Progress Report 2010/2011 Contents Foreword Introduction 1. Water, Sanitation and hygiene 2. Emergency food security, livelihoods, and shelter 3. Achieving results for people living in poverty 4. Accountability...
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  • Effectiveness of Hrm Programmes in Palistam
    skills required by a society in order to acquire better prosperity . According to Moniza Inam, "states cannot achieve sustainable economic growth and prosperity without extensive investment in their human capital" . The significance of HRD can be better understood by viewing various activities and key...
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  • Seminar in Economic Policy Thesis
    Dispersion Measures – Germany 10 3.1.4 Confidence Intervals and Dispersion Measures – Aggregate 11 3.1.5 Confidence Intervals and Dispersion Measures – Pakistan 11 3.1.6 Distribution of the Data 12 3.2 Test of Significance – Hypothesis Test via Bartlett’s Test Statistic 13 3.3 Regression Analysis 14 ...
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  • The Minimization of Credit Card System Issues in Hbl & Standard Chartered Bank
    | Business Research and Report writing “What are the pros and cons of the credit card system for the customers and how can these issues be minimized in HBL and Standard Chartered bank” Submitted by: Chancellors Submitted By: Fawad...
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  • Trends, Practices of Islamic Banking
    .................. 44 4 Abstract The people of Pakistan possess a great demand for Islamic banking, but still after this demand exists, Islamic banks in Pakistan are not able to achieve that position which conventional banks in Pakistan have. There are many reasons which tells that why Islamic...
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  • Ppt on Pak Railways Marketing Services
    A study of Pakistan Railways- In context of Marketing of Services Acknowledgements We would like to thank Miss Maryyam Khan for her continuous support. It is because of her guidance that we are able to come up with this report. Table of Contents Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………………………………4 ...
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  • Media
    consumer. There were many channels of media which includes: newspapers, magazines, directories, newsletters. These all were in a printed format. Then we have electronic media which includes: broadcast media, radio, television, and cable. Advertising media have billboards, posters in public places, flying...
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  • Hj7U57
    realizing the people their national rights and duties and thus through awareness of their rights and duties, a very good environment is created for better implementation of the policies and good participation and cooperation of the people. Education brings economic development because it enhances the...
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  • Sports
    worthy of excellence in this one field. It improves their focus, blood flow and freshens them and makes them fare better in their studies. A research showed that students partaking in sports were having better academic performance than the ones who were not exposed to physical games. Games also seemed to...
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  • Subway
    Australia. The Middle Eastern locations are supported from offices located in Beirut, Lebanon. The Asia Pacific locations from Singapore; India and Pakistan and the Latin America support center is in Miami, Florida. In United Kingdom the company hopes to expand to 2000 restaurants by some time in 2010...
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  • Unilever Pakistan
    Unilever Pakistan The Unilever Pakistan Limited (UPL), formerly Lever Brothers Pakistan Limited was established in Pakistan in 1948. The town of Rahim Yar Khan was the site chosen for setting up a vegetable oil factory. Unilever Pakistan is the largest fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) company in Pakistan...
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  • Rashidtt
    products of the banks want better choice. (Avkiran, 1999) stressed the importance of the human touch in the customer services. The capability of banking staff can be expected to directly affect the customer’s satisfaction. However, e-banking technologies can help in better understanding customer’s needs...
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  • impact of micro finance on women
    opens a path to my journey. A journey that has just started and I do not have any plans of quitting. Impact of Micro finance on Women Empowerment In Pakistan Abstract Microfinance is not a new concept in these days it is recognized as a most powerful and effective tool to reduce the poverty. Empowerment...
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  • Flood in Pakistan
    Flood in pakistan: Sind and PuktunKhwa by opposing “Flood breaker Kalabagh Dam” , want to make Pakistan a failed state”. With the large number of deaths and destruction due to floods, continuous shortage of electricity in the country and continuous shortage of water at the time of need in rest of...
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  • Kfc Report
    SUMMARY……………………………………………………………………...…………………… 5 INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………….……………………………………….. 6 HISTORY……………………………………...……………………………………………………………………... 6 KFC IN PAKISTAN……………………………………..………………………………………………………….. 7 MISSION STATEMENT KFC……………………………………….……………………...……………………… 8 KFC’s VISION ………………………..……………………………………………………………………………...
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