RAWALPINDI - Commerce is the backbone of any business concern in today’s world of cutthroat competition in the volatile business environment and it is the need of the hour to groom commerce professionals equipped with thorough knowledge and practical tools to deal with the prevailing situation.
“We aim to promote research in business and market to predict the emerging business trends, thus ensuring a meaningful contribution to the Pakistani economy,” Chief Executive of Rawalpindi College of Commerce (RCC) and Jinnah Institute of Informatics and Commerce (JIIC) Pirzada Rahat Quddusi stated this while addressing the annual prize distribution ceremony of the colleges here at Rawalpindi Arts Council.
Quddusi said that JIIC and RCC graduates were serving in various fields with distinctions adding the colleges’ administration was committed to provide a safe, supportive and academically challenging environment to students.
“Both, JIIC and RCC are providing the latest knowledge to the students by equipping them with the skills necessary for professional life. We aim to produce commerce professionals with strong theoretical and practical knowledge of the field and to enable them to be successful managers for both public and private sectors,” Pirzada Rahat Quddusi said.
He urged students and teachers to continue their efforts to make greater achievements in the field of commerce education in the new academic year.
Later, he distributed shields, certificates and prizes among the successful students including Syeda Tanis Hassan Rizvi, Noorul Ain, Zaira Rashid, Asifa Hafiz, Muneeb Haider, Munazzam Bibi, Muhammad Tehsin Javid, Bilal Hussain, Iqra Ghazanfar, Afnan Zulfiqar, Nimra Yasin, Ihtisham Javid, Sajida Bibi and others.