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Muhammad Najeeb

MPA (HRM)

Muhammad Najeeb
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Objectives
To pursue a career in a growing and dynamic firm, putting my theoretical knowledge into practical form, rendering all possible services in my capacity to the firm, to effectively contribute to the optimal growth of the company and where I can expose my skills and knowledge to face challenges and meet targets.
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Personal Information
Father Name-----------------------Muhammad Saddique
Date of Birth-----------------------11-09-1987
C.N.I.C------------------------------81202-6084419-5
Marital Status---------------------Married
Religion-----------------------------Islam
Nationality-------------------------Pakistani
Domicile----------------------------Kotli A.K
Blood Group----------------------AB+ve

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|S. No |Class |Subject/Major |Div./CGPA |Years |Board/University |
|1 |MPA |HRM |2nd |2009 |AJK University |
|2 |B.A |Humanities |2nd |2007 |AJK University |
|3 |F.A |Humanities |2nd |2005 |Mirpur Board |
|4 |SSC |Arts |2nd |2003 |Mirpur Board |

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Address
Permanent Address: Village Ashqiali, P.O Kotli, Tehsil & District Kotli A.K
Postal Address: Village Ashqiali, P.O Kotli, Tehsil & District Kotli A.K
E-Mail: muhammadnajeeb90@gmail.com
Cell: 00923465245816

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