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As an IBM GTS graduate, you will get the chance to work on solutions and projects which form the backbone of the world’s economy.  The GTS team is responsible for the identification and delivery of new technology products and services that support IBM corporate strategy, as well as the management and support of the Group’s existing IT infrastructure, providing a world class service to our clients both internal and external.  You will work with technologies such as resiliency, networking, systems and mobility services that are changing how we engage and work with one another.

Rightjobs.pk is the global leader of online jobs portal in Pakistan. Having started its successful journey on 1st May 2014, it has become Pakistan’s fastest growing online job portal in the last 3 years. We have flourished firmly in the market by building a new standard in the market for our competitors. RighJobs.pk has made it possible of job seekers all over the Pakistan to get connected with Pakistan’s 7000 top class multi-national employers to grab latest opportunities and add new edge to their professional career. Likewise, we provide a chance to employers to be able to recruit the top best and outstanding candidates for their business growth by promoting 1.5 million profiles of professionals all over Pakistan.

Secondary school is where black pupils’ attainment falls behind substantially, according to the report. Only 63% achieve a C in maths GCSE, compared with a national average of 68%, and for black boys the figure is worse, at 60%. This translates into strikingly low attainment in science, technology, engineering and maths A-levels.

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Despite a pick up in economic growth after the government submitted to an International Monetary Fund program in 2013 to avert a balance of payment crisis, Pakistan’s exports have fallen as global demand slows and the nation tries to overcome an energy shortage. Overseas shipments for the year through June fell to $21 billion, the lowest level since 2010, according to Pakistan Bureau of Statistics.

For more than six decades, IBM Middle East & Pakistan has played a vital role in shaping the information technology landscape of the region. Today, IBM is part of the region’s technological fabric, solving real-world business and societal challenges, through its offices in UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait and Pakistan, and also a diversity of centers across the region.

At UN Pakistan, you will have a unique opportunity to participate in decisions and actions that affect the lives of millions of Pakistanis. We encourage all qualified men and women to apply for vacancies in UN Pakistan. We value efficiency, competence and integrity, and hire staff with suitable qualifications without distinction as to race, gender, religion or any other discriminating factor.

The newspaper ads provided by Pakistan Jobs Bank are collected from Pakistan’s leading newspapers like Daily Jang, Express, Nawa-i-Waqt, The News, Dawn & The Nation. Our aim is to facilitate job seekers from various cities of Pakistan like Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Peshawar, etc. by providing them all www newspaper job advertisements on a single .com .pk website. This is done as a public service in good faith and we are not responsible for any incorrect, misrepresented or misleading advertisement.

IBM is the largest technology and consulting employer in the world, serving clients in 170 countries. In this new era of Cognitive Business, IBM is helping to reshape industries by bringing together our expertise in Cloud, Analytics, Security, Mobile, and the Internet of Things. We are changing how we create. How we collaborate. How we analyse. How we engage. IBM is a leader in this global transformation so there is no better place to launch your career or further your career.

The IBM Global Technology Services (GTS) graduate program helps you to experience, grow and transform your career in IT.  By providing you with project experience in a technical team, you will have the opportunity to develop deeper technical skills and further your understanding of working in a corporate environment.  All of which will help you to develop skills to take on challenges and create a rewarding future in the career path you choose.

The United Nations (UN) works to help the countries of the world cooperate in matters ranging from law and security to social progress and human rights. In Pakistan, 19 organisations affiliated with the UN work together for the most vulnerable people of Pakistan, supporting development and humanitarian assistance under the umbrella of the One UN – Delivering as One.

The U.S. Mission, Pakistan is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants receive thorough consideration without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, social status, or political ideologies/affiliation.

Within the region, IBM currently has groundbreaking initiatives in cloud computing, analytics, mobile, security, as well as nanotechnology, eGovernment, healthcare and many more, collaborating with leading educational institutes and governments. IBM supports hundreds of clients to drive transformation through technology, contributes to regional research & development programs and has an active Corporate Service Corps (CSC) program.

The study found that while there was a positive peer effect for children in the top sets, overall there was no improvement in average performance. Moreover, it found that poorer children were more likely to be placed in lower sets, creating a vicious circle.

“Meanwhile in education, differences arise from access to schools, teachers’ perceptions of behaviour and practices such as tiering and setting. Out-of-school factors such as parental expectations and support also play a critical role,” he said.

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Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development was established on 7th June, 2013 through merger of erstwhile Ministry of Human Resource Development and Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis. Under the Rules of Business 1973, the Ministry makes policies for employment promotion abroad; takes measures for the welfare of Pakistani Emigrants and their dependents in Pakistan; and coordinates with provincial governments to align national labour laws with Pakistan’s international obligations on labour standards.

IBM GTS Graduate program The IBM Global Technology Services (GTS) graduate program helps you to experience, grow and transform your career in IT.  By providing you with project experience in a technical team, you will have the opportunity to develop deeper technical skills and further your understanding of working in a corporate environment.  All of which will help you to develop skills to take on challenges and create a rewarding future in the career path you choose.   As an IBM GTS graduate, you will get the chance to work on solutions and projects which form the backbone of the world’s economy.  The GTS team is responsible for the identification and delivery of new technology products and services that support IBM corporate strategy, as well as the management and support of the Group’s existing IT infrastructure, providing a world class service to our clients both internal and external.  You will work with technologies such as resiliency, networking, systems and mobility services that are changing how we engage and work with one another.   The GTS graduate program is for you if are passionate about infrastructure, project management, naturally tech-savvy and a high performer.  This graduate program provides focused training, one-on-one mentoring and career guidance to help you gain the expertise and know-how that you need to become tomorrow’s leaders in technology.

Jang Jobs Express Jobs Nawaiwaqt Jobs Dawn Jobs The News Jobs The Nation Jobs Mashriq Jobs Dunya Jobs You have just come to the best place to find latest and daily newspaper jobs in Pakistan during February 2017 on paperpk jobs and career search site. Jobs.com.pk is Jobs portal for Jobs in Pakistan while Paper Jobs which is now part of the portal offers comprehensive listing of paperpk ads from all major newspapers in all major cities, in one place, categorized for simple viewing and applying according to qualification and location. Paper jobs offers scans of jobs posting from Jang, Express, Dawn, Nawaiwaqt, The News, The Nation, Mashriq and other reputable newspapers. You can apply to these career postings by following instructions given in the ads, alternatively, you can also search latest jobs on jobs.com.pk with listings from all top companies operating in Pakistan including private, multinational, government, ngo or other sectors. If you need help or want to submit a job listing, feel free to contact us.

“The continued decline in exports is a cause for concern, to a good extent that’s due to a fall in international prices for cotton and other commodities,” Harald Finger, the IMF’s mission chief for Pakistan, said in a July interview. Domestically “there are security issues, there are continued power outages, even though they are declining now, that’s still a factor. There are issues around the business climate, and so on, and also one of these factors is also the real effective exchange rate.”

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“Internally you have constraints on energy and then manufacturing keeping exports down,” said Turab Hussain, head of the economics department at the Lahore University of Management Sciences. “If oil prices go up and exports don’t pick up there will be pressure on your balance of payments and currency.”

Children of Bangladeshi and Pakistani origin in Britain have outperformed other ethnic groups to achieve rapid improvements at every level of education, but are significantly less likely to be employed in managerial or professional jobs than their white counterparts, according to a study. A report to be published on Wednesday by the government’s Social Mobility Commission says the trend is being driven in part by workplace discrimination, particularly against Muslim women. The commission’s chair, Alan Milburn, said the findings showed that Britain was a long way from offering a level playing field to non-white groups, and called for urgent action to break down barriers. “The British social mobility promise is that hard work will be rewarded. This research suggests that promise is being broken for too many people in our society,” Milburn said. He argued that it was striking that people who were making the greatest advances at school were still missing out in the workplace. Casey review raises alarm over social integration in the UK Read more The wide-ranging study, commissioned by Milburn’s group and carried out by academics from LKMco and Education Datalab, also offers stark warnings for a number of other ethnic and social groups, including the white working classes. It found that the gap between the performance of pupils from the poorest and better-off households was widest for white British families. Minority ethnic pupils are outperforming white working class children in English tests throughout school, with white British teenagers coming bottom of the pile in the subject at GCSE level. Moreover, just one in 10 of the cohort go on to university compared with three in 10 for black Caribbean, five in 10 for Bangladeshi, and nearly seven in 10 for Chinese children from similar economic backgrounds. The researchers suggest family behaviour as one factor in explaining the trend, citing evidence that white working class parents – alongside Roma, Gypsy and Traveller groups – “tend to be less engaged in their children’s education than other ethnic groups”. There is also a warning for black families, with evidence that although children enter school achieving at an average level, they slip behind to be the worst performers at maths GCSE, the most likely to be excluded, and the least likely to achieve a good degree. Graph Secondary school is where black pupils’ attainment falls behind substantially, according to the report. Only 63% achieve a C in maths GCSE, compared with a national average of 68%, and for black boys the figure is worse, at 60%. This translates into strikingly low attainment in science, technology, engineering and maths A-levels. The report says the university dropout rate among black pupils is 11%, compared with 5% for Chinese and 7% for other Asian and white undergraduates. The report’s recommendations include: The government should take action to discourage schools from setting children by ability, particularly at primary level, because of evidence that it could have a profound negative impact on pupils’ future social mobility. Teachers should urgently act to ensure that white working class parents, and those from Gypsy, Roma and Traveller groups, engage more in their children’s education amid evidence that they do so far less than some minority ethnic counterparts. Universities should do more to reach out to white working class pupils because of the proportionally low numbers entering higher education, and take action to understand the unusually high dropout rate among black students. There should be targeted support from schools, universities and employers to help Muslim women achieve their career ambitions. Loic Menzies, one of the authors of the report and director of the thinktank LKMco, said the reason the report had recommended that schools should not divide children by ability was that it hampered the worst-off children. The study found that while there was a positive peer effect for children in the top sets, overall there was no improvement in average performance. Moreover, it found that poorer children were more likely to be placed in lower sets, creating a vicious circle. Menzies said there could also be an issue for summer-born children who could be almost a year younger than some peers and could wrongly be put in lower sets and labelled as weaker pupils. That could then become a “self-fulfilling prophecy”, he said. “Having been a pupil in top sets and a teacher who found it easier to teach kids in sets, its difficult to accept that this is what the evidence shows, but it does and the kids who suffer are most vulnerable,” he said. Children from poorer areas ‘make two years’ less progress’ at school Read more On the issue of white working class parents being less engaged, the reports points to a number of studies, including those that suggest there could be higher “aspirations and expectations” among some minority ethnic parents for their children. One study quoted claims that Indian children in Britain were much more likely to complete their homework five days a week and to have access to a computer at home. Another showed higher engagement among Pakistani and Bangladeshi families. It suggested the trend could help explain why there is a much smaller gap between the school performance of the poorest and best-off in other ethnic groups. There is also some evidence that girls and boys can perform differently depending on how they are treated, with some parents pushing female pupils towards more altruistic roles, while male pupils have expectations around power and money. One study suggests girls who reject traditional gender roles and want to delay motherhood do better at school. Both Milburn and Menzies argued that the findings showed that for some groups – in particular Muslim women – hard work at school was not being fairly paid off. The report’s lead author, Bart Shaw, said discrimination was part of the reason, although he also highlighted cultural norms, family expectations and geography. “Meanwhile in education, differences arise from access to schools, teachers’ perceptions of behaviour and practices such as tiering and setting. Out-of-school factors such as parental expectations and support also play a critical role,” he said.

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