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Policy Issue in aftermath of earthquake 2005

Lahore School of Economics (Research Centre) is organizing a seminar on policy issues in the aftermath of earthquake 2005 on Oct 29, 2005 at the City campus. Following areas will be covered: Causes and the geological set up of earthquake by Prof M. Nawaz Chaudhry Public health and medical relief by Dr. Yasmeen Raashid Earthquake response of civil structure by Prof Siddique Akhtar Eco Architecture: Mountain People and community living by Prof Kamal Khan Mumtaz Resources mobilization and employment generation by Dr. Faisal Bari Self Reliance as a policy issue by Dr. Munir Ghazanfar

posted by S A J Shirazi @ 10/26/2005 10:44:00 AM,

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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 10/20/2005 11:56:00 AM,

Lahore School Relief Fund -- Update

Lahore School of Economics faculty member and students have retuned after visiting earthquake hit areas in Azad Kashmir. On Friday, Dr. Salman Ahmad, Dr, Munir Ghazanfar along with five students from BBA II (Atique Nauman, Hammad Hassan, Asad Hameed, Jibran Waqar and Ammar bin Sarshar) left Lahore School with relief goods. They visited Rawlakot and Bagh, distributed the relief goods and met those who have suffered during the tragedy. Lahore School team arrived back on Sunday afternoon. Earlier, Lahore School faculty and staff has contributed one day salary along with cash donations from every one including students to the national relief efforts.

posted by S A J Shirazi @ 10/18/2005 09:36:00 AM,

LSE Ambassadors

Following Lahore School of Economics graduates (MBA – 2005) are studying in foreign universities: Asad Hassan Butt, University of Leeds, United Kingdom Waleed Ahmed, Cardiff University, United Kingdom Nabil Shamshad Khan, University of Leicester, United Kingdom Maryam Shaheen, European University

posted by S A J Shirazi @ 10/15/2005 10:41:00 AM,

Placement List MBA - 2005

Bushra Khan, ICI Momina Abubakr, Muslim Commercial Bank Maleeha humanyunb, Muslim Commercial Bank Maham Tariq, Muslim Commercial Bank Ali Zahid, Muslim Commercial Bank Nael Ahmed, Muslim Commercial Bank Momina Haider, Muslim Commercial Bank Hassan M. Naeem, Muslim Commercial Bank Zeeshan Qureshi, Muslim Commercial Bank Ayesha Mumtaz, Muslim Commercial Bank Sabeen Shahid, Muslim Commercial Bank Salma Ehsan, Muslim Commercial Bank Amber Basher, Muslim Commercial Bank Ammarah Butt, Muslim Commercial Bank Usman jahangir, United bank Ltd Mian Mohsin Khalid, Total Parco Fatima Hussain Shah, Ten sports Pvt Ltd Juweriya Zafar, PICIC Naureen Ahmed, PICIC Faiza Murtaza , PICIC Jahanzaib Jillani, PICIC Ali Hussain, ABN Amro Bank Amina Mujtaba, Warid Telecom Huneeya Mazari, Warid Telecom Amber Basher, Aitcheson College Aqsa Ahmed, Lahore School of Economics Sehar Waqar, Lahore School of Economics Wajeeh Ahmed, Lahore School of Economics Hajra Muqadas, Lahore School of Economics Sana Naeem Khan, Lahore School of Economics Faiza Inam, Lahore School of Economics Seher Nasim, Union Bank Bushra Malick, Union bank Bilal Khakwani, Mobilink Aleena Shirazi, Citibank Naveed Raza Ibrahim, S b & b Usman Ahmed Khan, Nimir Chemicals Irfan Hassan Butt, Midas Advertising Muhammad Ahsan Butter, World Call Ali Awais, Attock Oil Refinery M. Omar Azhar, Bank Alfalah Syed Omar Ali Shah, Muslim Commercial Bank Rehan Kaliq, Standard chartered Bank (Dubai) Adeel Shamshad, Standard Chartered Bank (Dubai) Ali Hussain, Standard Chartered Bank (Dubai) Madiha Sshafiq, Honda Atlas Saad Hassan Khan, Jwt Asiatic Saqib Imtiaz, Nishat Mills Stay tuned for updates on this list.

posted by S A J Shirazi @ 10/14/2005 01:34:00 PM,

From Placement Office

Companies that visited LSE's Campuses this summer and conducted recruitment sessions, tests and interviews: Proctor & Gamble Pakistan Shell Pakistan Union Bank UBL Nishat Chunian Standard Chartered Bank Other multinationals who have considered LSE graduates are: ICI Unilever Pakistan Caltex Total Parco Warid Telecom

posted by S A J Shirazi @ 10/14/2005 12:45:00 PM,

Lahore School Relief Fund

The Lahore School of Economics has taken the initiative to help those people affected by the terrible earthquake. Students, faculty and staff members can donate cash as well as the items (clothing, medicine, bedding and more) in City as well as the Main campuses. Please consider donating generously.

A little help can make a great difference.

posted by S A J Shirazi @ 10/12/2005 12:57:00 PM,

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