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PEFK holds Executive Council Meeting
July 31, 2018, 2:07 pm

Pakistan Employment Forum Kuwait (PEFK), arranged a quarterly executive meeting on 20 July with enthusiasm. The meeting chaired by President Muhammad Irfan Adil. M.Irfan Shafiq, PEFK Secretary-General, formally started the meeting with welcome note followed by Recitation of Holy Quran by Waqas Ahmed, the Joint Secretary of PEFK.

Vice president PEFK, Anwar Ali shared his expert thoughts regarding team management, organization structure, profiles and job description of the team members, and how to be more productive in the year ahead. Overview of last six months activities and accomplishments by Irfan Shafiq.

President PEFK Muhammad Irfan Adil said we aim to provide the Best Career Development Counseling and Job-hunting guidance to our community in Kuwait. PEFK achieved remarkable successes in last six months as large number of jobless candidates got job placements and this graph is moving up rapidly. Such achievements are due to a great teamwork and dedication. He appreciated all the team members particularly Eng. Saleem Ch, for his efforts in job placement of unemployed candidates. Shahbaz Ali, Finance secretary shared the financial updates with team whereas Executive of IT Division Tahir Mehmood presented the IT Training plan for next six months. Later formal agenda has been discussed and future plans and activities being finalized by mutual understanding unanimously.

At the end, Votes of Thanks were extended by M.Irfan Shafiq. He thanked all participants and the meeting ended with words of Dua for all Pakistan, Kuwait and entire Ummah. Later Lavish Dinner was served & Meeting ended on high note. The participants were Muhammad Irfan Adil, Anwar Ali, M.Irfan Shafiq, Waqas Ahmed, Muhammad Younas Shahid, Maqbool Ahmed, M Imran Khan, Shahbaz Ali, Bushra Waqas, Aqeel Khan, Farzan Tariq, Atif Aziz, Tahir Mehmood, Faisal Jameel and Muhammad Arshad. For more info, please visit,

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