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INTERNSHIP REPORT

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

My Primary thanks goes to ALLAH ALMIGHTY, who strengthens us to do this report


successfully. Whatever we have achieved in our life is due to Its Grace.

I also thanks to HOLY PROPHET MUHAMMAD (PBUH), who is the guidance and
inspiration of all mankind.

I would like to express our thanks to our CDO Mr. Noman Zafar for his support and guidance, by

which he felt that we are able for this job. To my Coordinator Mr. Khurram Mehtab who

provided me with such a rich ideas, to peruse and power of writing this report. It could not have

been possible to accomplish this report without their kind guidance and expertise.

I am hugely thankful to Mr. Waseem Ullah Dar (Marketing Director) & Mr. Nabeel Ali

(Executive to Marketing Director) GIFT University Gujranwala, they guided us throughout our

internship session and help us a lot in solving all of our problem which we face during our

internship session.

I would like to thank my parents for their support in my academic carrier in the best source.

GIFT UNIVERSITY (GUJRANWALA)

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Table of Contents
Executive Summary 3
About GIFT University 4
GIFT University Offered Programs 6
Vision Statement 7
Mission Statement 7
SWOT Analysis 8
Description of Internship 9
GIFT University Admission Campaign Fall 2010 10
Objectives of the Campaign 11
Duties and Responsibilities 12
Indoor Activities 13
Outdoor Activities 16
Daily Basis Work 17
Memorable Events 17
Learning 18
Financial Assistance to Needy Students 20
Documentation for Financial Assistance 20
Process of Financial Assistance 23
Number of Financial Assistance Cases Resolved by me 25
List of Financial Assistance Cases 26
Suggestions 23
Bibliography and Appendices 24

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

After the completion of my 4th semester I was offered Cooperate internship. For my internship, I

want a corporate culture organization; for this purpose I was given an interview for internship in

GIFT University marketing departing department and then I started my internship in GIFT

University as a fresh internee in its marketing department. GIFT University has developed into a

center of excellence in higher education. It is today established as a frontline university in the

region. It is a dynamic and modern university with high standards of education. By virtue of its

quality of education, HEC has ranked GIFT University in the "W" category in 2008(previously

known as A-category), which is awarded to the best universities in Pakistan. At very first day we

had meeting in which the main purpose of our internship and admission campaign has been

discussed because my internship regards all about admission campaign for Fall 2010 Semester.

In this meeting our department head Mr. Wasim Daar told us how we run this admission

campaign and he told us that first 2 weeks are for our training session and remaining 8 or 9

weeks will be for our real hard work. For this purpose of internship I and my fellow internees

have to perform a lot of duties which includes.

1. Dealing with the admission inquires and convince them to get admission in University.

2. Conduct the NTS Test and guide them about to make their careers dreams.

3. Submit the student’s admission forms and conduct their entry test and interviews.

4. Make fallow up calls to Students.

5. Use different marketing tools to attract the students to the University like advertisement,

banners, NTS Campaign.

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During this whole campaign and internship I learnt lot of things and learn that how difficult a

practical life is and how difficult a marketing job but it is very good experience of my life. In this

internship I made lot of contacts with different people. I learn how to understand the people by

their behaviors because I have to face different personalities which is a very good experience. I

learnt how to follow rules and regulation of Organization and our both guides Sir Nabeel and Sir

Waseem are very helpful for me and fellow internees.

ABOUT GIFT UNIVERSITY

GIFT University offers an excellent opportunity to enhance your qualification and improve your

future career. The University offers a wide variety of graduate and undergraduate programs in

the major professional fields including Business Administration, Accounting & Finance,

Computer Science, Textile & Fashion Design, Textile and clothing management English

Language & Literature and Commerce. Besides giving a first rate academic experience, GIFT

equips its students with the necessary skills to give them an edge when it comes to getting a job.

The University also has a highly-effective careers service, which helps the students in getting

internships and seeking jobs with reputed organizations. Our graduates, therefore, enjoy an

impressive employment record.

Located in the heart of Punjab, GIFT University is the first chartered university in the region

between Lahore and Islamabad. The University was established in July 2002 and gained its

charter from the Government of Punjab in June 2004. Within a short span of time the University

has made remarkable progress and is today established as one of the frontline universities in

Pakistan. It is amongst the elite universities which enjoy the highest academic rank "W" awarded

by the Higher Education Commission.

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GIFT offers excellent academic facilities and learning aids. The University has a sprawling

campus spread over 14 acres of land. The campus is symbol of modern architecture. There is

spacious, air-conditioned class rooms equipped with latest teaching aids. It has a well resourced

library and well equipped computer labs. Social facilities are equally good and include an on

campus café, sports and leisure facilities. Comfortable boarding and lodging facilities are

available for students from far off places.

GIFT University is committed to improve the quality of education. It actively supports and

encourages the talented students. The University offers various merits and need based

scholarships and tuition fee waivers. The objective of these scholarships and tuition fee waivers

is that no talented student is deprived of the right to higher education due to lack of finances.

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GIFT UNIVERSITY OFFERED PROGRAMS

UNDERGRADUTE PROGRAMS

Bsc Accounting & Finance

Business Administration (BBA)

Bsc Computer Science

(B.Des) Textile & Fashion Design

Bachelor of Textile & Clothing Management

Graduated Programs

Msc Accounting & Finance

Msc Banking & Finance

M.Com

Business Administration (MBA)

o 1 year

o 2 years

o 3 years

o Executive

English Language & Literature (M.A)

Islamic Studies (M.Phil)

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VISION

To bring about a change in society by becoming a leading educational and research institution

that utilizes the latest technology and provides intellectually stimulating, professionally relevant

and progressive and innovative education that is consistent with our national values and is

accessible to all.

MISSION

Employ highly qualified faculty with established research credentials

Hire competent and professional administrative staff

Ensure quality intake of students

Utilize the latest technology in teaching, research and administration

Provide adequate infrastructure and facilities for teaching and learning

Establish linkages with industry and collaborate with national and international

institutions

Provide state of the art library, computer laboratories and other research resources

Develop professionally relevant and updated curriculum recognized at national and

international levels

Provide scholarships and financial assistance based on need and merit

Produce graduates with strong analytical skills

Establish support systems for job placement of graduates

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SWOT ANALYSIS

Following are the GIFT University’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats which I

realized during my internship

Strengths

Faculty and staff support the campus mission in achieving the goals.

Student leadership programs

Faculty involvement with students

Positive reputation in the external community

Facilities include new and well-maintained, attractive buildings and grounds with growth

potential

It is the only university in the Gujranwala which is offering M.Phill to the master level

students.

Weaknesses

High and unequal workloads faculty & staff

The computer labs does not fulfills the students needs

There is no much coordination between University departments.

Limited resources for faculty and staff development

IT software which has been given to the departments is not quite well.

Opportunities

Increased value of higher education completion

Growing demand for graduates

Technological advances

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Increased focus on higher education

Have facility to increase the programmers

Threats

Increasing competition in field of education

Only University in this region which starts the 3 years MBA Program

Easy access to different cities for the students of this region

Much influence of HEC on GIFT University

DESCRIPTION OF INTERNSHIP

Goals

To join such a multinational organization that will help me in future to get better position

in future job easily.

To enhance my knowledge and get experience about how different tasks are performed

efficiently and effectively.

To learn about how work is managed under a supervisor acting as a boss.

To improve my skills and polish my qualities of how to interact with other people.

To improve my communication skills and build confidence in myself.

To improve my technical skills in related field.

To know the skills of becoming active in Professional life

To improve my confidence level.

To learn how to work in team and individually also.

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GIFT ADMISSION COMPAIGN FALL 2010

For achieving my goals of internship I had join GIFT Marketing Campaign Fall 2010. GIFT

University is a well reputed name in this area for his higher education service. I had join GIFT

University, because I think that was the best opportunity for me to polish my Marketing skill.

Following were the members of this campaign.

Management

Mr. Waseem

Mr. Noman Zafar

Miss Sidra

Mr. Nabeel

Internees

Iqra Kousar

Ayesha Khalid

Ayesha Rasheed

Rimsha Imtiaz

Sammi Ullah

Usman Khalid

Tabassum

Sufyan Tariq

Usman Raza

Saima

Sobia

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OBJECTIVES OF CAMPAIGN

Following were the main objectives of our Marketing Campaign

Achieve targeted admissions through tracing College presentation students and NTS

students

To make our strongest Brand Image in this region before entry of new competitors.

Promote individual disciplines by special emphases on each discipline i.e special

scholarships, targeted tracking

Improve quality of intake by offering scholarships, Financial assistants and Loans to

talented students

Enhancing number of admissions from the new pockets such as Sumbrail, Hafizabad,

Lada Wala Warrich

Targeted Areas

Following were our targeted areas:

 Gujranwala City

 Gujrat

 Sialkot

 Daska

 Wazirabad

 Sumbrail

 Lada WalaWarich

 Kamoke

 Ghakhar

 Qila Dider Singh

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 Siranwali

 Hafizabad

 Ali pur Chatha

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

I have performed two types of Duties. Our marketing campaign was divided into two parts:

1. Indoor Activities

2. Outdoor Activities

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INDOOR ACTIVITIES

NTS Test and Feedback Forms

We have to make arrangements for conducting NTS test. For Conducting NTS test I have

prepared GIFT packs for NTS students. Provide information to NTS students related to

admissions on help desks. I have pasted guidance charts and pasted them on the walls which

were providing directions to different rooms where students have to sit and give their NTS test.

Furthermore, I have guided the students who have come to give their NTS to respective classes. I

had distributed the GIFT packets to NTS students and their parents and gave them feedback

forms regarding GIFT University and after 15 min I received back the feedback form.

ADMISSIONS

Walk in and
Queries Telephone Queries
Handling

Issuance
Prospectus Data Gathering
Data Entry

Data Collection
Form Data Entry

Receiving Data Analysis


Student Convenience

Question Handling
ADMISSIONS Counseling Oral Feedback
Brochure Distribution

Serving thorough water


Reception Multimedia
General

Planned Campus Visit to


Campus Visit Admission Queries

Follow up calls
Follow ups Tele counselling
Generate Walk In

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Queries Handling:

Queries handling was one the main duties which I have performed during my internship. That

was the most crucial part of our marketing campaign. While queries handling I have to provide

them the required information about the courses which we were offering. Also I have to convince

them for admissions. There were two main types of Queries Handling:

 Walk in Queries

 Telephonic Queries

Walk In Queries:

One of my responsibilities was to handle Walk in queries. I had to attend the queries who

were interested in admission. They asked about some information regarding admissions.

In Walk in queries handling I have to provide them the required information and

convince the queries for admissions.

Telephonic Queries:

One of my responsibilities was to handle telephonic queries. I had to attend the calls of

the people who asked about some information regarding admissions. In Telephonic

queries handling I have to provide the required information and convince the queries for

university visit.

Campus Visits:

Campus visits was one of my duties which I have performed in my internship. Campus visits was

one of the main tool for attracting students toward GIFT University. In Campus Visit I had to

guide the visitors. During the visit my responsibility was to Show them the Different

departments of university and deliver the minimum deliverable plan and if they want to visit any

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of the concerned department faculty members then I took them to that faculty member. Also I

provide them the required information which they want to get about university.

Data Entry:

We were provided a huge NTS data for Entering in Excel Sheets. I have entered huge amount of

feedback forms in excel sheets. Data was collected in past NTS tests. These students were the

main targeted population for admission. Also I have entered data related to the admission

information queries in the software “Education System”.

Front Desk Activities:

I have performs my duties on front admission desk. That was the most learning part of my

internship. On front desk I have learned how to interact with customers. Also it has improved my

communication skills. Front desk activities include:

 Walk in Queries handling.

 Telephonic queries handling

 Software data entry

 Convincing Queries for Admissions.

Forms Receiving:

Forms receiving were my major duty. It was my duty to received forms from queries and give

receipts to them on which the date and time for test and interview was mentioned after that I

gave forms to ma’am Sidra for entering the forms return in University admission software.

Admission Test & Interview:

We have conducted three admission tests. While conducting admission test my duty was to route

the applicants for the test and interview. Also we have conducted interviews of graduate and

undergraduate applicants in which my duty was to route the applicants of BTCM, B.Des and BS

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(CS) students to their interview panel. We have conducted admission test for about 700 students

and interviews of about 600 students.

Follow Ups:

After conducting test and interviews we made different follow ups related to admission test and

interview. I did follow ups to those like whom:

 Visit campus but form not purchased

 Form purchased but not submitted

 Absent in admission test

 Absent in interviews

 Appear in test but didn’t give the interview

 Fee not Submitted

 Counseling Calls

OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

I did not perform the outdoor activities as Sir Nabeel assigned those activities to the boys.

Although outdoor marketing activities include following duties:

 Duty on Result boots

 Bill boards placing

 Advertisement on cables

 Placement of flyers in news papers.

 Delivering Advertisement material to different book stores in different cities

 Placement of banners.

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DAILY BASES WORK

At the start of my internship, I did every type of work in the internee room with the other

internees like, filing, dealing with admission inquiries, and follow ups. But after one month, my

sole responsibility was dealing with the candidates who want to get financial assistance.

MEMORABLE EVENTS

 We did pizza party many times during my internship and we really enjoyed it. Once we

asked to girls that we are going to order pizza so you have to contribute in it. They all

gave us the money. But we got the membership card from that money. All girls didn’t

like it and decided to get back the money. Next day one of girls said to us, “gives back

our money”. But we refused. So she made a call for pizza delivery in GIFT University

and she asked us to note the number and name of boys to whom they have to deliver. We

enjoyed a lot because now we haven’t any other option except paying that money.

 We started our first result booth in Peoples Colony and we sat in the tent and started to

tell the result to students but suddenly a fast wind has come and our tent had down on us

and we all had fall in tent.

 Before Eid we decided to give cards to Sir Waseem, Sir Nabeel and Ma’am Sidra. We

wrote those sentences on the other side of the cards that we heard many times from them.

And we asked them to read their cards in front of everyone. When they read their cards

they enjoyed a lot.

 Before starting our Eid vacation, we all agreed to ask for Eidi from management of GIFT

University. We took a jar and we wrote Eidi campaign from marketing internees and

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paste that chit on that jar. Everyone liked the statement for asking Eidi. We all really

enjoyed our way of collecting Eidi and we divided that Eidi in all internees.

LEARNING

DID I ACHIEVE MY GOALS?

Yes, I surely achieved my goals as I am a student of Master of Business Administration and the

goal of business administration student is not to go through the syllabus bit to develop the

personality and leans the tips and trick of the practical life. My internship provided me the best

plat form to achieve my goals as I got chance to work in a multinational environment and

learned a lot from my in charge and head of the departments as we go through a period of 3

month of full fledge marketing and experienced many things inside as well as outside of the

organization.

WAS THE INTERNSHIP DIFFERENT FROM WHAT I HAVE EXPECTED?

Yes, my internship was surely different from others as I was told in the interview that it would be

a task work which we must be given and we have to complete our task within the defined time

and it would not be so tough. I have expected that it would be easier for me and we should not

have lot of work to do. But later on we were the team of 15 persons & even those 15 became less

to handle the work load as we worked daily from 8:00 am to 4:00 pomp and even after that next

morning when we again start working there was lot of work pending so I think my experience

was different from others and very interesting also as we come negotiate different people daily.

WHAT WERE UNUASUALL / INTERESTING ABOUT MY INTERNSHIP?

The real thing which I felt was unusual about my internship was that in other organization the

supervisors and in charge of the department treats the internees as internees but our supervisor &

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in charge treated us as their job fellows and also involved us in the internal matters of the job as

they trusted us very much and also asks suggestions from us if we can gave better suggestions

from others and that’s how I experienced to work in a perfect working environment which was

healthy and friendly also.

WHAT DID I ACCOMPLISH?

I think I accomplished all my goals from the internship which I even don’t have expected.

WHAT DID I LEARN FROM MY INTERNSHIP?

I learned many things from my internship the most important thing are how to be a professional,

how to work in an organization, how to deal with different peoples like boss, colleagues, and

guests, how to satisfy everyone, how to work at every job level. I worked under the professional

person of their fields and learned a lot from them and also learned to be punctual and also

learned many managerial skills which I think would help me a lot in my future life

INSHALLAH.

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FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO THE NEEDY STUDENTS

GIFT University provides financial assistance to needy and talented students who are unable to

pay their whole dues for their study program like MBA, BS and B-Des. The requirement for

financial assistance is that the student must have scored at least 60% or CGPA of 3.1 in his/her

latest examination and must be able to demonstrate documentary evidence that he/she needs

financial assistance. The magnitude of financial assistance depends upon assessment of the

student’s need. The applicant must have 55% marks in his/her previous degree to apply for

financial assistance.

DOCUMENTATION FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

1. Proof of income

2. Utility Bills

3. Salary/pension slips of father or guardian

4. Income tax payment slips

5. Property tax payment slips

6. Proof of Previous fee concession granted by previous institutions

7. Fee receipts of siblings

8. Application

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1- Proof of Income:

Proof of income is required for the students whose father/guardians are engaged in a business.

This we take upon a stamp paper of Rs. 20 or more. It is of an application nature from

father/guardian of a student providing information about:

 Personal details

 Name of the Business

 Nature of the Business

 Address of the Business

 Utility expenses of the business

After giving all information, the application must be attested by a 17 scale government

employee.

2- Utility Bills:

The students who are willing for financial assistance must provide utility bills of their residence.

These utility bills include:

 Electricity Bills

 Sui-Gas Bills

 Telephone (Landline) Bill

3- Salary/Pension Slip of Father/Guardian:

The Students whose fathers/guardians are salaried persons, they must provide their salary slips.

In case, they are retired personnel, they should have provided their pension slip along with the

financial assistance form.

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4- Income Tax Payment Slip of Father/Guardian

If the father/guardian of a student is a businessman or a shopkeeper etc. and pays income tax to

the government, he must provide the income tax payment slip to make his case stronger. In case

of a salaried person, he is not bound to provide an income tax slip because his income tax

payment will be given in his salary slip.

5- Property Tax Payment Slip

The father/guardian of a student is paying property tax to the government; he will also provide its

payment slip at the time of submission of financial assistance form.

6- Previous Fee Concession granted by Previous College/University

A student, who is being granted a fee concession by the previous college/university, must be

provided evidence along with the financial assistance form. The evidence could an affidavit

nature written upon the letterhead of that college or university.

7- Fee Receipts of Siblings:

If the applicant applying for financial assistance has siblings studying in any

schools/colleges/universities, must be provided their fee receipts of the recent period.

8- Application from Father/Guardian of Student:

The most important step is an application from the father/guardian of the student written on a

blank page. In this application, he should provide:

 The reason why he is applying for financial assistance

 The current financial situation

9- Six Months Bank Statement:

The student, whose father/guardian has a bank account, must provide a six months bank

statement along with the financial assistance from.

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PROCESS OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

A Financial Assistance form goes through a systematic process which is defined by the GIFT

University. This process starts from the Customer Relationship officer and end with the Rector.

Customer Head of
Relationship Officer Acconts Department
Rector

Customer Relationship Officer:

Customer Relationship Officer is a person whose primary responsibility is to build relationship

between the organization and the customer.

Duties of CRO with Reference to Financial Assistance Form:

 Dealing with the new inquiries of Financial Assistance.

 Providing the new applicants financial assistance forms.

 Receiving the forms from the applicants.

 Verifying the documents attached with financial assistance form.

 After verification, forwarding the financial assistance to the head of accounts department.

 Re-calling to the candidates whose form returned from account office as incomplete or

some details are required.

 To call to the applicants who are being awarded financial assistance.

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Head of Accounts Department:

The Customer Relationship Officer, after verification of the documents, forwards financial

assistance forms to the Head of Accounts Department. Then, the he performs these operations

upon the financial assistance forms:

 Verifying the documents attached with the financial assistance forms.

 If any case found incomplete or required more details, send back to Customer

Relationship Officer.

 After verification of the forms, recommending financial assistance in percentage that

varies from 5% to 60%).

 After recommending financial assistance, then forwarding those forms to the main

authority, the Rector.

 Entering the financial assistance awarded in the computer.

The Rector:

After receiving the financial assistance forms from the accounts department, the Rector analyses

the documents and the recommended financial assistance. After analyzing, he awards financial

assistance to the applicant. Awarded financial assistance form returned to the accounts office

where they enter the financial assistance awarded form into the computer.

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FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE CASES RESOLVED BY ME!!!

There were total 159 cases which I received. Out of which:


72 were given financial assistance. This financial assistance varies from 10% to 40
percent.
35 were pending or in finance department for final processing.
35 were rejected by the finance department or few were closed because they were not
responding.
And the 17 were those students who still cannot afford the university dues despite getting
financial assistance or they got admission in some other institutions.

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LIST OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE CASES

Sr. # NAME FORM # PROGRAM STATUS


1 Anum Iftekhar F10-0481 MBA 2 10 Msg
Conveyed
2 Rabia Iftekhar F10-0541 BBA 10 Msg
Conveyed
3 Mubashir Ayyaz F10-0455 MBA 3 40 Msg
Conveyed
4 Anam Zareen F10-0518 MBA 3 10 Msg
Conveyed
5 Muhammad Rashid F10-0354 M.Phil 50 Msg
Conveyed
6 Msg
Anum Munir F10-0335 MBA 3 Years 15 Conveyed
7 M.Shoaid Tasleem F10-0598 MBA 3 Years 10 Msg
Conveyed
8 Atif Sadiq F10-0454 MBA 3 Years 10 Msg
Conveyed
9 Ayesha Jamal F10-0129 MBA 3 Years 30 Msg
Conveyed
10 Waqar Abid F10-0219 BBA 35 Msg
Conveyed
11 Muhamamd Umer F10-0920 BBA 10 Msg
Conveyed
12 Umaira Javaid F10-0345 BS CS 20 Msg
Conveyed
13 Msg
Rabia Amjad F10-0111 B-Des 45 Conveyed
14 Misbah Kiran F10-0523 MS A & F 10 Msg
Conveyed
15 Qurat ul Ann F10-0664 B-Des 15 Msg
Conveyed
16 Chand Sikandar F10-0870 MBA 3 10 Msg
Conveyed
17 Ranab Ghazal F10-0756 MBA 3 10 Msg
Conveyed
18 Zubair Ali F10-8012 BBA 25 Msg
Conveyed
19 Mateen Shahzadi F10-0630 MBA 3 30 Msg
Conveyed
20 Arooj Khalid F10-0212 MBA 3 20 Msg
Conveyed
21 Hafiz Muhammad Riza F10-0199 M.Phil 40 Msg
Conveyed
22 Rimsha Nadeem F10-0723 BBA 45 Msg
Conveyed
23 Ahabeesh F10-0824 BBA 50 Msg
Conveyed
24 Alina Younas F10-0009 MSc B & F 40 Msg
Conveyed

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25 Shafqat Masih F10-0731 BBA 50 Msg


Conveyed
26 Omer Abid F10-0690 BBA 50 Msg
Conveyed
27 Zainab Riaz F10-7008 MBA 3 10 Msg
Conveyed
28 F10-0957 BBA Msg
Hafiz Bilal 40 Conveyed
29 F10-1087 MA Eng Msg
Beenish Akram 50 Conveyed
30 F10-0366 MBA 3 Msg
Syed Imran 30 Conveyed
31 F10-0184 MBA 3 Msg
Waseem Shahzad 10 Conveyed
32 F10-1025 BBA Msg
Junaid Baig 20 Conveyed
33 F10-0733 BBA Msg
Ifra Nafees 10 Conveyed
34 F10-0856 BBA Msg
Hassan Raza 40 Conveyed
35 F10-1072 Msc A/F Msg
Samra Naz 50 Conveyed
36 Msg
Abdul Rehman F10-0762 BBA 35 Conveyed
37 Msg
Ansar Yaqoob F10-0872 MCOM 35 Conveyed
38 Msg
Adrsha Rana F10-0779 BCSC 40 Conveyed
39 Msg
Anum Farooq F10-1008 MA Eng 35 Conveyed
40 Msg
Khalid Nazeer F10-0966 BBA 35 Conveyed
41 Msg
Sobia Iqbal F10-0893 MBA 3 40 Conveyed
42 Msg
Amna Perveen F10-0520 MBA 3 30 Conveyed
43 Msg
Aroosa Allah Rakha F10-0886 Bdes 35 Conveyed
44 Msg
Ansar Ahmed F10-0872 M.com 35 Conveyed
45 Msg
Sayed Imran F10-0336 MBA 3 30 Conveyed
46 Msg
Tauseef Saleem F10-1138 MBA 3 30 Conveyed
47 Msg
Zubair Rana F10-1078 MBA 2 10 Conveyed
48 Msg
Sadia Ashraf F10-1175 MBA 3 10 Conveyed
49 Msg
Maryam Tufail F10-0677 MBA 3 50 Conveyed
50 Msg
Nazish Mughal F10-0807 M.com 30 Conveyed
51 Msg
Ayesha Tanveer F10-0701 MBA 3 40 Conveyed

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52 Msg
Umer Asif F10-1090 BBA 10 Conveyed
53 Msg
Rafaqat Ali F10-0334 MBA 3 10 Conveyed
54 Msg
Kazim Latif F10-1170 MBA 3 30 Conveyed
55 Msg
Shakeela Riza F10-0771 MS B&F 50 Conveyed
56 Msg
Moazzama Mehmood F10-0827 BS A&F 30 Conveyed
57 Msg
Muhammad Basharat F10-0871 MBA 3 50 Conveyed
58 Msg
Warda Iqbal F10-1066 BBA 35 Conveyed
59 Msg
Waqas Masood F10-0999 MBA 3 10 Conveyed
60 Msg
Sifte Hasan F10-1163 BBA 30 Conveyed
61 Msg
Huma Mustafa F10-0524 Msc A/F 10 Conveyed
62 Msg
Mamoon Raza F10-1062 BS CS 10 Conveyed
63 Msg
Nafeesa Akbar F10-1128 BBA 10 Conveyed
64 Msg
Syed Noman F10-1105 BBA 35 Conveyed
65 Msg
Qasim Ali F10-1178 BBA 40 Conveyed
66 Msg
Muhammad Qasif F10-0754 M.A ( Eng ) 40 Conveyed
67 Msg
Naveeda F10-0369 MBA 3 40 Conveyed
68 Msg
Marryam Javaid F10-0852 MBA3 40 Conveyed
69 Msg
Shahid Ayub F10-0868 M.B.A ( 3 year ) 40 Conveyed
70 Sobia Iqbal F10-0893 MBA 3 40
to Sir Nabeel
71 Amna Perveen F10-0520 MBA 3 30
72 Sadaf Khalid F10-0490 MBA 3 Years 30
73
Iqra Ashraf Dar F10-1083 BBA Completed
74
Maria Mushtaq F10-1126 BS CS Completed
75
Shamazia Bashir F10-0201 M.Phil Completed
76
Mubashir Ijaz F10-0596 MBA 3 Years Completed
77
Adil Amir F10-7014 BS CS Completed
78
Aqsa Mukhtar F10-1070 BS CS Completed
79
M. Dawood Mughal F10-0942 BS CS Completed
80
Ata Ur Rehman Jutt F10-1036 BBA Completed
81
Anam Ashraf F10-1250 BBA Completed

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82
Aroosa Manzar F10-0862 BBA Completed
83
Amir Rehman Niazi F10-0194 BBA Completed
84 Sayeda Saba Imtiaz
Shah F10-1181 BBA Completed
85
Iqra Yousaf F10-1156 BBA Completed
86
Muhammad Haseeb F10-0614 BBA Completed
87
Ahtisham ul Haq Dar F10-1007 BS CS Completed
88
Zeeshan Khalid F10-1244 BS CS Completed
89
Muneeb F10-0362 M.Com Completed
90
Hafiza Anum Asif F10-0202 BS CS Completed
91
Farasat Bano F10-1115 MBA 3 New Form
92
Muhammad Mursaleen F10-1185 MBA 3 New Form
93 Zeeshan Khalid F10-1244 BS CS
New Form
94
Syeda Saba Imtiaz Shah F10-1181 BBA New Form
95 BBA
Asad Raza F10-1172 New Form
96 MS A&F
Aisha Maqsood F10-1150 New Form
97 BS CS
Hina Pervaiz F10-1103 New Form
98 BS CS
Saqib Shahzad F10-7017 New Form
99 BS CS
Imtiaz Safdar F10-7118 New Form
100 MS B&F
Tayyaba Sarwar F10-0795 New Form
101 BBA
Aamar Sohail New Form
102 BS CS
Saud Shahzad F10-1125 New Form
103 BS CS
Arsalan Mubarak F10-0912 New Form
104 MA Eng
Madiha Javaid F10-1187 New Form
105 MA Eng
Nadeem Ahmad F10-1204 New Form
106 MBA
M.Anees Ul Islam Khan F10-1247 New Form
107 BS CS
Zunaira Imdad F10-0977 New Form
108
Gulfam Huassain F10-0510 M.Com Below Average
109
Waseem Naem F10-0945 B.B.A Below Average
110
Furqan Ali F10-0196 M.B.A ( 3 year ) Below Average
111
Aqsa Javeed F10-0292 M.B.A ( 3 year ) Below Average
112
Salman Saeed F10-0682 M.B.A ( 3 year ) Below Average
113
Rizwan Jameel F10-0555 M.Com Below Average
114
Waqr Mehmod F10-0937 B.C.S Below Average
115
Muhammad Usman F10-1164 M.B.A ( 3 year ) Below Average

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116
Muhammad Saeed F10-0082 B.B.A Below Average
117
Chaudhary Saad Ashraf F10-0522 M.B.A ( 3 year ) Below Average
118
Qaiser Nawaz F10-0601 M.Com Below Average
119
Adeel Ilyas F10-1045 B.B.A Below Average
120
Muhammad Abubakar F10-0600 M.Com Below Average
121
Sabeela Ejaz F10-1098 B.B.A Below Average
122
Moneeba Hameed F10-0700 M.B.F Below Average
123
Umer Naem F10-0928 M.A.F Below Average
124
Muhammad Fahid F10-0963 B.B.A Below Average
125
Sundas Naveed F10-0589 M.A ( eng ) Below Average
126
Tajala Maqsood F10-1173 B-Des Below Average
127
Ahmed Faraz Raza F10-0917 M.B.A ( 3 year ) Below Average
128
Fozia Ashraf F10-0833 B.C.S Below Average
129
Muhammad Ajmal F10-1111 MA Eng Below Average
130
Ahmed Raza Khan F10-1153 MBA 3 Below Average
131
Andleeb Riza F10-0387 MS A&F Below Average
132
Benish Pervaiz F10-0864 B.B.A Below Average
133
Arooj Khalid F10-0212 M.B.A ( 3 year ) Below Average
134
Mehak Gul Aslam F10-0851 B.B.A Below Average
135
Iqra Yousaf F10-1156 BBA Not Submitting her documents (closed)
136 Not attendind the call every time
Kausar Nazeer F10-0641 M.Com (Closed)
137 Ali Hasan F10-0735 BS CS
Not submitting his documents (Closed)
138 Zeeshan Ali F10-1167 BBA
Not submitting his documents (Closed)
139 Muhammad Sharjeel
Umer F10-1154 BBA Not Attending the Call (Closed)
140
Fahad Ehsan F10-1088 B.B.A Both Cell nubmers off (Closed)
141
Amina Zahid F10-1097 B.B.A Not Attending the Call (Closed)
142 Not Submitting the documents
Shakeib Murtaza F10-1130 BS CS (Closed)
143
Shumaila Ashraf F10-7010 MA English Not coming
144
Saba Shabir F10-1046 MBA 3 Not coming
145
Muhammad Basharat F10-0871 MBA 3 Not coming
146
Zainab Riaz F10-7008 MBA 3 Not coming
147
Sadia Ashraf F10-1175 MBA 3 Not coming
148
Rehman Javaid F10-0750 BBA Took Admission in other Institutions
149
Kazim Latif F10-1170 MBA 3 Took Admission in other Institutions

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150
Muhammad Muaz F10-0748 MBA 3 Took Admission in other Institutions
151
Fozia Ashraf F10-833 BS Cs Took Admission in other Institutions
152
Mehak Gul Aslam F10-0851 BBA Took Admission in other Institutions
153
Arooj Khalid F10-0212 MBA 3 Took Admission in other Institutions
154
Beenish Pervaiz F10-0864 BBA Took Admission in other Institutions
155
Naqash Ahmad F10-7013 BBA Took Admission in other Institutions
156
Ghazala Ghaffar F10-0784 MBA 3 Took Admission in other Institutions
157
Omer Farooq F10-0761 BBA Took Admission in other Institutions
158
Khabib Ur Rehman F10-0880 BBA Took Admission in other Institutions
159
Alvina Arshad F10-0960 MBA 3 Took Admission in other Institutions

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SUGGESTIONS

Following are the suggestion I would like to suggest

All management should coordinate with marketing department regarding University’s

Programs.

IT software given to marketing department should be better because we have to face a

lot of problems regarding software.

Internee’s room should be given internet facilities.

Students of same semester should be selected for internship in the University because

sometimes there is incompatibility between seniors and juniors students.

Prospectuses should be available on time. (because we have sold almost 250 forms

without prospectuses)

There should be proper scheduling about everything in University regarding

admissions test and interview dates, commencement of classes and etc.

As far it’s a co-education university so all the rules and regulation should also be

given to the students at the time of admission.

There should also be special offers for the applicants of hafiz e QURAN regarding

admissions.

Admission Counselors should be punctual and active.

University should decrease its fee criteria of because students of this region cannot

afford too much fees.

Advertisement should be available on time. (Because all the broachers where not

available at the beginning of the campaign)

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The repute of the university is still not good at most peoples mind. So the

management should conduct seminars for this regard to change the perception in

peoples mind.

University should try to attract quality students.

Process of financial assistance is very complicated for both employee (CRO) and the

students.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

www.GIFT.edu.pk

www.google.com.pk

www.scribd.com

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