Jahangir Sidiqui Case Study

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Jahangir Siddiqui Jahangir Siddiqui Group is one of the biggest financial services providers of Pakistan. This group is also the 2nd largest shareholder of the insurance company EFU. Jahangir Siddiqui was Pakistani Rags to Riches Business Tycoon, who founded JS group about 5 decades ago. Overview: When most fourteen year old boys were flying kites or playing cricket in their spare time, young Jahangir Siddiqui was busy running his business as a distributor of Coca-Cola in Hyderabad. He also set up a swanky café in his father’s garage called Dreamland Cold Coffee Shop. Happily for him, it was adjacent to Firdaus cinema (owned by his uncle) and young Jahangir used to reap the benefits of customers pouring in during the intervals of three matinee…show more content…
Established in December 1962 as the Australasia Bank at Lahore with a paid-up share capital of Rs. 0.12 million under the Chairmanship of Khawaja Bashir Bux, the Bank had attracted deposits, equivalent to Rs. 0.631 million in its first eighteen months of business. Total assets then amounted to Rs. 0.552 million. Today Allied Bank's paid up Capital & Reserves amount to Rs. 10.5 billion, deposit exceeded Rs. 163 billion and total assets equal Rs. 150 billion. The Allied Bank's story is one of dedication, commitment to professionalism, adaptation to changing environmental challenges resulting into all round growth and stability, envied and aspired by many. VISION STATEMENT To become a dynamic and efficient bank providing integrated solutions in order to be the first bank for the customer. MISSION STATEMENT • To provide value added services to our customers. • To provide high tech innovative solutions to meet customers’ requirements • To create sustainable value through growth, efficiency and diversity for all stakeholders • To provide a challenging work environment and reward dedicated team members according to their abilities and…show more content…
Evaluation Process It becomes necessary to combined and supplemented by other methods to produce a full evaluation process that covers all eventualities. Few occasions or environments allow this full process to be applied, particularly when there is no Quintet support, but it is the ultimate aim. The process is summarized below: 1. NEED IDENTIFICATION It is evaluated whether training needs identification and setting of objectives by the bank or not. The main objective of training by the bank to its employees is to give them complete knowledge of banking operations. Different tools are use to evaluate the need identification and setting of objective by the bank. 2. PLANNING It is checked that where the planning is made to achieve the bank objective or not. Planning could include that where to give training of employees on general banking, or on foreign trade or on general advances. So in the evaluation process it is checked that where there is a proper planning to achieve the bank’s objective. 3. PRE COURSE IDENTIFICATION Evaluation is made about pre-course identification of people with needs and completion of the preparation required by the training program. Start of program identification of learners' existing knowledge, skills and

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