By Aamna Waheed This is the most painful post to write. It was really hard to believe the tragedy we all witness yesterday in Islamabad. An Airblue aircraft crashed in the deadly mountains of Margalla Hills, Islamabad. Passenger aircraft crashed in the Margalla Hills overlooking Islamabad in rainy weather, killing all 152 people on board. Till Evening our team at Pakistanacca.com was discussing the incident and sad for the victims. But later we found that the team at Pakistanacca.
Archive for July 28th, 2010
By Aamna Waheed When you are searching for your next Accountancy Job, your CV is one of many that will find itself into a recruiters hands, so it is vital that it is well-presented and has the correct structure to it. If you start with general hobbies, put your accountancy roles at the end and have contact details mid-way through, you will not give off a good first impression. To begin with, prepare a list of all your competences, skills and experiences that you can think of, inc
By Michelle Murdoch The Deputy President of ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants), Mark Gold, is to officially visit Mauritius on 16-17 August. Mark Gold will meet with key national policymakers, representatives of prominent financial and accountancy organisations and institutes, as well as with ACCA members and senior executives from Ernst & Young, KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Kemp Chatteris Deloitte and DCDM – a member of BDO International. He will
By Bilal Siddiqui ACCA has been growing with a speed which was not experienced by any accountancy body. With this speed and with huge number of members and students, there is a responsibility attached to it. ACCA's CEO, Helen Brand, mentioned the importance of review in her blog. You can read the annual review here. For ACCA students, we would suggest you to keep reading what the CEO has to say. Read her article here.
By Aamna Waheed A 25-year-old student of ACCA was strangled by some unidentified killer/s in the Sattukatla police area on Monday. The deceased was identified as Abdul Jabbar, the son of Zulfiqar Ahmad. Police suspected that the victim might have been murdered by his some unidentified college fellows over some dispute. Satukatla SHO Inspector Qamar Abbas said that the deceased’s brother, a student of a local college, had stated that when he returned home from his college, t