Islamic Banking

New Horizons in Islamic Banking dawn over Pakistan

AMID the inspirational support of the Higher Education Commission (HEC), Government of Pakistan, instrumental program guidance of IoBM’s Mr. Talib Karim, President, managerial excellence standards set by Ms. Sabina Mohsin, Executive Director, AAF, presence of top of-the-line international experts and national and local luminaries, it was a model of an International Conference on Islamic Banking […]

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Seminar on How to Implement CSR at IoBM

At a Seminar on “CSR Agenda of Corporate Pakistan” invited were corporate heads, professionals, industry experts, non-government organizations, university representatives, students, faculty, management and media. Gracing the event with her inspiring presence was Ms. Sabina Mohsin, Executive Director, AAF, IoBM. Present were Heads and CSR representatives from various companies including Dr. Shamvil Ashraf, Founder, Indus Children […]

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UN’s biggest challenge ever!

Hotbeds and problem areas confronting UN are aplenty, so glaring and magnanimous that needs no introduction. Year after year, session after session and debate after debate world disputes continue to be offered mere lip service! There is something precariously wrong somewhere that continues to bewitch and bewilder world leaders in addressing the deteriorating human situation […]

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World Teachers’ Day on October 05 , SYMBOLS OF DIGNITY

While teachers-turned-proprietors of the money-minting educational business at private academies and coaching centers and highly remunerated subject specialists at elitist and professional institutions represent only a handful of teachers, the socio-economic condition of teaching majority tragically speaks volumes for itself. Imagine teacher as symbols of dignity, social counselors, overall and specific development specialists, advisors and policy-makers. Believe […]

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Social Entrepreneurship Conference: Corporate Solutions for Social Change

The First Shahjehan Syed Karim Social Entrepreneurship Conference (SSKSEC-2018) was organized by the Institute of Business Management (IoBM) in collaboration with Momentum, Association of Management Development Institutions of Pakistan (AMDIP) and IBA Sukkur on the theme of “Considering Impactful Solutions”, according to IoBM Public Affairs Section. This conference brought together scholars, researchers, students and practitioners to […]

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Pakistan’s Dismal Show in Asia Cup

While Pakistan’s journey in the ongoing Asia Cup being held in the UAE is far from over, the team’s woeful display in all departments of the game remains a cause for grave concern, let alone the selection blunders that have only added insult to injury. With the exception of Pakistan’s first outing in the tournament […]

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How National CSR Strategy Counts

It is a twin strategy that CSR in national and multinational organizations need to incorporate in letter and spirit by addressing, on the one hand, the urgent needs of the less-privileged, and on the other, initiating a training and development program for them in enhancing their job-oriented skills and helping to replace crippling dependence with […]

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CSR Agenda in National Affairs

It is a twin strategy that CSR in national and multinational organizations need to incorporate in letter and spirit by addressing, on the one hand, the urgent needs of the less-privileged, and on the other, initiating a training and development program for them in enhancing their job-oriented skills and helping to replace crippling dependence with […]

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A Question of Statesmanship, Not Leadership

Beyond set, standard and stereotype leadership, we wish charismatic statesmanship for priorities of simplicity and austerity, self-reliance and self-sufficiency and an olive branch for national reconciliation: a matchless magnetic and inventive statesmanship, an exemplary selfless and altruistic statesmanship, an unequaled statesmanship of managerial acumen, conflict, time and priorities management and an unrivaled statesmanship of noble […]

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Essence of Foreign Policy

Deviating from the status quo in Pakistan’s foreign policy, prevalent for decades government after government, is a tough ask amid such internal pressures and distractions and external obligations and compulsions that need no introduction. It is a question of statesmanship extending an olive branch with dignity and honor to ill-designed and menacing antagonists of international […]

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