Feb 07 2011
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6 National Companies to Sponsor "Tamiaz.. wa Falak Tayyeb Award"
Cash Prizes and Job Opportunities Awaiting the Winners
Dubai: February 7th, 2011: Board of Trustees of "Tamaiz..wa Falak Tayyeb Award" announced the new partners sponsoring the Award in its 4th round, in the press conference which took place yesterday Monday February 7th. The six organizations which are sponsoring the Award include Mawarid Finance , Dubai Investments , du , Commercial Bank International ( CBI ), Al Naboodah Group and Dar Al Takaful .
Rehab Lootah CEO, Tamiaz wa Falak Tayyeb expressed her pleasure with the quick response from the six organizations to sponsor the Award. Tamiaz wa Falak Tayyeb Award which targets the UAE nationals from the students in the final years in the previous years were awarded cash prizes and job opportunities in Mawarid Finance . The award categories include Communication, Marketing and sales, banking and accounting, management and leadership, Sharia and law, Information technology, enterprises and inventions, Islamic finance and insurance products.
She added "We appreciate the quick response from the sponsors who show their wish to contribute in encouraging and rewarding the distinctive and creative students and graduates and hence expand their chance for catching job opportunities".
He added "the response of the private companies falls within their social responsibility in supporting the government emiratization policy which becomes a strategic priority in all sectors to secure the future of the UAE youth".
Mr. Khalid Al Jasmi Bin Kalban, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Dubai Investments said "this award match our efforts to encourage and support the young talented among the UAE nationals; our support for this award is part of our different social activities which we offer to UAE community beside the other environmental, educational and sports, safety and humanitarian services".
Mr. Fahad Al Hassawi, Chief Human Resources Officer, du who wished success for the Award in its fourth round said; "We choose to support Tamiaz.. Falak Tayyeb Award as a good chance to encourage and support the creative and distinctive UAE nationals. Our HR strategy takes the Emiratization as a priority; we shall offer training chances to the participants for 18 months after which they will be hired in the right careers that suit their qualifications and skills.
Mr. Abdulla Rashed Al Omran, Managing Director, CBI said "The initiative of the Board of Trustees of Tamiaz wa Falak Tayyeb Award is important for the private sector emiratization efforts. We value the initiatives that aim at developing UAE and offering the best benefits for the citizens". He added "adding five new sponsors from the leading companies in UAE will definitely add value to the award and hence help in overcoming the difficulties that face the emiratization; this shall help the CBI to choose the right individuals from the participants to join the bank different departments".
Mr. Saleh Abdul Ghafar Al Hashmi, Managing Director of Dar Al Takaful said "The Award aims at enhancing the emiratization process by filling the jobs with the right creative individuals, who wish to position themselves for a successful career and life, and be able to help the organization to achieve its objectives, we joined the award to contribute in the government effort in the moving the Emiratization drive".
About Tamaiaz & Falak Tayyeb Awards:
It has been launched and sponsored by Mawarid Finance in 2008 as a contribution towards the Emiratization drive; it aims at encouraging and rewarding the creative and innovative students and new graduates in UAE, and supporting them to get employment opportunities which suit their skills and qualifications. This year 2011 fine new sponsors joined Mawarid Finance , these are: Dubai Investments , Du, Commercial Bank International ( CBI ), Al Naboodah Group and Dar Al Takaful .
For more information please contact:
Zahra E. Mohamed
Telephone: 04 3040872
Or visit: http://www.tamaiaz.ae/
© Press Release 2011
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