Providing opportunities: IBA all set to host flagship recruitment drive in Karachi

Published: February 16, 2018
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ILLUSTRATION: JAMAL KHURSHID

ILLUSTRATION: JAMAL KHURSHID

Staying true to its legacy of producing Pakistan’s finest business graduates, the Institute of Business Administration (IBA) is set to host its flagship recruitment event, the ‘IBA Career Fair’, on Monday, February 19.

The event, hosted by the IBA alumni and placement society, in collaboration with the IBA Career Development Centre, is presented by Martin Dow as the title sponsor, Habib Bank Limited as the platinum partner and Express Media Group as the exclusive media partner. Bogo and Pepsi will be supporting the event as bronze and beverage partners respectively.

Having developed a state-of-the-art online portal, the event promises to be the first paperless career fair of its kind, with all students and companies interacting through the digital medium for curriculum vitae or profile access and downloading capabilities.

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Currently, over 4,000 students are enrolled in various disciplines at IBA, including the MBA, BBA, BS social sciences, BS economics and maths, BS accounting and finance, BS computer science, MS computer science, MS economics, MS mathematics and PhD programmes. The core strength of the IBA, having developed over 60 years of excellence, emanates from the 13,000 plus alumni who have graduated from the rolls of the institute to date.

The IBA Career Fair serves as the perfect avenue for prospective employers to scout for the best talent and bring on board the most appropriate talent for their organisations.

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Recognising this opportunity, more than 80 leading national and multinational organisations have booked stalls at the ‘IBA Career Fair, 2018’, making it the largest career fair in the institute’s history.

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