Job Fair

Rozee Pakistan“> brings to Karachi a career fair where hundreds of organizations will come together to offer jobs, accept CVs, take on-the-spot interviews, and to give a unique opportunity to expand networks. It was held in Lahore on March 18th and in Isloo on April 1st and we’re next!

When: April 8th, 2007 (Sunday)
What time: up to 8 p.m
Where: Expo Center

Those who wish to take part must register online here.

16 Comments so far

  1. MB (unregistered) on April 6th, 2007 @ 3:16 pm

    After you register you will get a registration ID. Make sure you keep it safe. I got my two friends registered for the Islamabad one and i guess gonna register myself here too.

    Good one. Need to have more of these.

  2. Kashif (unregistered) on April 6th, 2007 @ 8:39 pm

    Good. These guys are spending lot on advertisement and why not, it’s not only US venture capital backed recruitment firm in Pakistan :)

  3. Truefacts (unregistered) on April 7th, 2007 @ 10:27 am

    Rozeepk. is a new adventure of Naseeb Network. is a website which is based in Lahore but focussing in USA & charging its services in dollars.

    Naseeb has just two objectives, promote vulgarity & homosexuality amongst Muslims, as they have 36 villages (which is an option) just for “Lesbians”. They promote all women who have any sexual story in background. e.g. Irshad Manji ( a lesbian), Asra Nomani ( A women without wedlock). Ian Hirsi Ali (A women who sho quranic verses on nude female bodies in her film ‘Submission” etc. They are against Hijab. The other objective is to support Ahmadies, according to them ‘Ahmadies’ are Muslims, The editor of Naseeb, Aisha Sarwari’s husband Yassir Lateef Hamdani aka YLH is running an electronic peteation for Civil rights for Ahmadies.

    I think this job fair is only to place & bring Ahmadies on brand side + place more liberal minded people on key positions + along with this to earn money

  4. Ramla A. (unregistered) on April 8th, 2007 @ 2:36 am

    Looks pretty good to me. Heard LUMS graduates are behind it – very interesting to see graduates of a business school developing a competent local service instead of getting lost in the job-job world.

    I.e. we need more entrepreneurs to solve problems.

  5. Ramla A. (unregistered) on April 8th, 2007 @ 2:38 am
  6. Kashif (unregistered) on April 8th, 2007 @ 4:38 am

    @Truefacts: your tone sound similar ;)

  7. Kashif (unregistered) on April 8th, 2007 @ 5:34 pm

    I visited it today. It was more of a fun fair than job fair and only handful of organizations were present.

  8. Haseeb A (unregistered) on April 9th, 2007 @ 12:59 am

    Kaisaaa tha?? how many organizations?? Any interviews etc??? ya siraf ads hi ads?

  9. Mehboob (unregistered) on April 9th, 2007 @ 2:15 pm

    I went there wearing a tie,, i thought serious unemployed ppl will come to do something about their future,,, but i was shocked to see ppl in jeans wearing tight pants( Korangii burgers), i guess the reason they turned to this event was there is lot of rush on sea view on sunday.

    All the organizations were only collecting the CV or telling ppl to go to there website and submit their CV..

    Half of the ppl didn’t have their CV with them,,,,

    Overall it was time wasting activity,,,,

  10. Khawar (unregistered) on April 13th, 2007 @ 3:01 pm

    It was actually quite an amazing event. Over 90,000 job seekers and 200+ employers like Mobilink, UBL, GlaxoSmithKlein, Si3, Habib Bank, Telenor, Systems Limited, Microsoft, etc. were there. I was surprised to hear that someone thought very few companies were there. I know someone who came from Virginia becasue he was thinking of moving back to Pakistan — he got a job in Islamabad. Here’s some actual coverage:

    There are some GEO News Coverage videos of all three city events on youtube if you search for “Rozee”.

  11. Sana Azher (unregistered) on April 13th, 2007 @ 3:20 pm

    Naseeb Networks Inc. is one of its kind companies in Pakistan. is one of the largest Muslim Social Network online. I have been a part of for the last three years and have met amazing people through them. Truefacts Vibes is the largest online Muslim Magazine and welcome to the world. Vibes is the only Muslim magazine that interviewed people like Judia Pearl, whose son Danial Pearl was killed in Karachi….Noam Chomsky, one of the most read modern thinker, John Kerry, when he was running for presidency….and the list is indeed remarkable.

    It is very easy to be on the other side of the screen with a fake name and bash people who are actually doing something for the liberation and betterment of Muslims. Yassir Hamdani was on BBC a few weeks back regarding the Supreme court issue. So get real, all this hatred hasn’t gotten us anywhere as a nation and neither would it do any good in the future.

  12. Rozee Fan (unregistered) on April 13th, 2007 @ 3:24 pm

    The comment about people wearing jeans, they were articles on webiste about how should one prepare himself for the job fair, it has amazing tips, dressing up professionally and having copies of your CVs was one of the most important tips. These are just basic that an individual should now about. But if some job seekers still want to dress up in jeans and not have CVs with them, then it is not Rozee’s fault.

    I would like to share my own experience, i moved from Canada after spending 10 years there, I got a job through Rozee within like a month. In entire career, I have never attended a job fair, but still managed to work for one of the biggest financial institutions in Canada. And masahallah been very successful. One should not have a thinking that I will go to the job fair and for sure get a job. Do you know approximately 3000 job seekers got a job offer at the Job fair?

    About the companies being present there, I think had most of the big names present in the job fair such as Mobilink, Motorola, HBL, UBL, Standard Chartered. I don’t know how can someone complain that only handful of companies were present, that’s just ridiculous.

    Finally, it was not a time wasting event, just because a few people didn’t get a good response that doesn’t mean it was a waste. You have to present yourself good, if you fail to do that then any employer will think twice before hiring you. That is the problem with us, when we don’t have such events happening then we complain, now that we do have such events then we are not supporting it and still complaining. I hope this comment of mine, does make an effect and change your opinion.

  13. Midnight_Wanderer (unregistered) on April 13th, 2007 @ 3:40 pm

    Well, you always see what you wanted to see, i think some of us in here are only focusing at the dark side of it to the extent of completely ignoring the better part, i.e. what Rozee.Pk is doing for pakistanis only, i visited their website, i am not interested in and what it does but my main focus is and always will be with rozee’s working module, i mean rather than appreciating the fact that some company or a group of people have atleast thought about providing us a platform to look around for jobs. i mean how many are there who have done such a thing in past years? i personally have visited the jobfair, i have seen people giving interviews myself and yes there were a lot of guy who appeared to be “toporis” than serious job seekers, by serious i mean formally dressed up… even though its mentioned in details that how to dress up your self, how to make your resume in a professional manner on rozee’s website, but my questions is how many have gone through the ingredients of it before going to the fair? I might sound bitter in telling you that most of us who are jobless, are just because we dont want to improve ourselves in any manner, all we want and wait for is either some miracle to happen or someone cooks everything for us and we go and eat.. huh! believe me, if such people even get a chance where they only have to eat still you will find them cribbing about someone to feed them. in short, be positive and grateful about the platforms being provided and try to make the best use of things that you have.

    and btw, there were around thousands of people who have got the job from these fairs in just three days.

    signin off

  14. Rozee Fan (unregistered) on April 13th, 2007 @ 3:50 pm

    I agree with Midnight_Wanderer. We should be thankful that we have such a platform in Pakistan. I think we should learn from it and ask ourselves, why didn’t i get a job? What can i do different? How can i improve myself? We should also help, give them suggestions as to how else can they make the site better. Anyways, i love the site and I wish them all the best.

  15. yasser latif hamdani (unregistered) on April 16th, 2007 @ 1:52 am

    I salute the people here for ignoring the bigoted comments by enemies of Pakistan like untruenonfacts above.

    For one thing I have nothing to do with Naseeb nor does my petition have anything to do with rozee …

    The kind of people who opposed Pakistan in 1947 are now out to destroy its economic prosperity … We must reject assorted freaks like the one above.

    This shameless character does even know that Islam forbids baseless rumormongering.

  16. yasser latif hamdani (unregistered) on April 16th, 2007 @ 1:56 am

    I salute the people here for ignoring the bigoted comments by enemies of Pakistan like untruenonfacts above.

    For one thing I have nothing to do with Naseeb nor does my petition have anything to do with rozee …

    The kind of people who opposed Pakistan in 1947 are now out to destroy its economic prosperity … We must reject assorted freaks like the one above.

    This shameless character does even know that Islam forbids baseless rumormongering.

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