The 3rd Youth Course for Girls aged 10 to 14 years was organised by The World Federation India Office from 23rd to 25th Dec 2014. 36 first time students attended the 2 days and 2 nights residential course and came from all over India.
The World Federation has been offering curriculum vitae (CV) review service for the past few years. This service has been provided pro-bono by Br. Hussain Premjee, who is based in Milton Keynes, UK.
Brother Hussain Premjee currently runs his own finance related business and has previously worked in investment banking in both the UK and USA. He holds a BA from Duke University and a MBA from Oxford University. Br. Hussain Premjee has a wealth of knowledge in career advice, CV enhancement, interview techniques and has participated in community events including the career day at CoEJ with career related talks. Br. Tanveer Devji, who is based in Mumbai, India, has recently joined the CV service team.
Br Tanveer runs his own firm in the name of RFZ Consulting catering to Learning & Development and Human Resource Services. Br. Tanveer facilitates Behavioural and Leadership training across industries. The training he is specialized in is Presentation Skills, Business Communication, Team Building, Campus to Corporate, Time Management, Influencing Skills and Networking and an array of Leadership training.
Br. Tanveer is also a lecturer and trainer in various CA, MBA and Mass Media Institutes. Subjects include General Management, Conversational Skills, Office Etiquette, Working in Teams and Leadership Skills. He conducts sessions on ‘how to manage your career’ at colleges for graduates and post graduates and provides resume writing services for fresher and mid-level professionals. He received the Best Faculty certificate from Rizvi College for ICAI Orientation lectures. Br. Hussain and Br. Tanveer review submitted CVs, provide general advice on how to improve the existing CVs by giving pointers and providing samples of Curriculum Vitae previously utilised to a benchmark.
To submit a CV for review or request more information please email email@example.com
Step 1 - “So why do you want to become a doctor?”
It’s the question you’ll be asked so many times throughout both your application to study medicine and throughout your medical education and career. So before I tell you a bit about myself and my path into medicine, as well as tips on helping you do the same, I feel it’s pivotal that this is the question we need to address first.
The Hiridjee Family Student Loan is available for two female members of our Khoja community to pursue higher education.