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    Career Episode Essay

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    quality improvement. I was deputed in Lahore, Punjab province and the project was to be implemented in 24 districts of Pakistan including Federal Area Islamabad (1), Punjab (10), Balochistan (3), Sindh (4), NWFP (3), AJK, FATA and Northern Areas. The PCRWR had already established 6 labs at Islamabad, Lahore, Bahawalpur, Quetta, Tando Jam and Peshawar. The districts where labs are being established were meant to have a demonstration filtration plant. I conducted the problem assessment survey and capacity building components of the project in 10 districts of Punjab. 2.2.4 The PCRWR was implementing a countrywide project “National Water Quality Monitoring Program” covering 23 major cities, 6 rivers, 12 reservoirs/lakes and 2600 villages. The basic infrastructure and equipment is available at all the six main stations to undertake water quality studies and monitoring activities. I personally visited the 10 districts of Punjab and collected drinking water samples from existing water supply sources. In total 308 water samples collected from six districts of Northern Punjab i.e. Jhelum, Chakwal, Attock, Rawalpindi, Sargodha and Gujrat, which were suspected to be arsenic contaminated. Laboratory analysis evaluated that 43 samples (14%) were found contaminated with arsenic beyond WHO guideline value of 10 ppb, whereas only 6 samples (3%) were having arsenic level above PSQCA standard (Previous) for arsenic i.e. 50 ppb. Northern Punjab Phase-II (2000) Sites with level of arsenic…

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    Harvel Dbq Asian Americans

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    This career choice was logical considering Harvel is from a family of low-income farmers in rural Punjab. After four months of back-breaking work he moved to the Bay Area and began working at various factories. He continued to work long hours and lived in a two bedroom apartment with all 6 siblings and his parents. When his wife and his siblings’ partners got to America, there were 11 people living in the two bedroom apartment. They were trying to save money to buy a house. Because all 11 of…

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    Unity, Discipline, and faith is the motto that the Pakistani live by. Pakistan is country that is struggling that is slowly making a rise with their government and there economy. The President of Pakistan and the Prime Minster are key role players in making this happen, and the people of Pakistan support every decision that they make. Pakistan does have a very strong Military that is versatile on ground, air, and water. Which will help them out so they can’t be over thrown easily. Pakistan…

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    History of Decentralization in Pakistan It may be informatively on notice parts from claiming this history that shed light clinched alongside understanding those present decentralization changes in particular, after quickly looking at those pre What 's more post autonomy period, we use a portion run through taking a gander at those two The majority huge decentralization reforms, both interestingly also In the command from claiming military regimes under Generals Zia-ul-Haq What 's more Ayub khan…

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    Kevin Swander said it best when he said, “Rules are rules, and no one’s exempt.” In this quote, Swander was saying that we all are required to follow the rules, and there should be no double standard that comes with it. In Pakistan , there are different rules that people are required to obey. One of the may amendments in the Pakistani Constitution says, “There shall be no discrimination on the basis of sex”(Article 25). Yet, this law has been ignored by the Pakistanis time and time again. Thus,…

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    Current Account : Bank of Punjab introduced a simplified account “BOP Asaan Current Account” .Opening a account is not easy task nowadays. A long list of formalities is required to open a bank account .This is a account for low risk common people…

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    Exploring A Sikh

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    Indian culture. 4- Collectivist culture: The Indian culture in general considered a mid-to low individualism, whereas the Sikh culture, as I observed, it is noticeably a high collectivist culture. The Sikhs believe that they all brothers and sisters. Their private lives are exposed at the temple while they were communicating with each other. They share resources with the relatives, and they support each other financially. For example, the temple that I visited had some immigrants who are…

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    Punjabi Sikhs were the first South Asians to move to North America. As far back as 1670, a Sikh was mentioned in the diary of a Colonist, as having been encountered in the company of a sea captain. They were a curiosity as South Asian migration had yet to occur. In 1903, a small trickle of Punjabis arrived in North America through Canada and half traveled onto the United States. Of them, the majority were illiterate or semi-literate from farming or military backgrounds. They left minimal…

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    Punjab National Bank Introduction Punjab National Bank shortly referred to as PNB is an Indian commercial services company that has its base in New Delhi, the capital city of India. It was founded in the year 1894, the bank has more than 5,800 branch offices and more than 6,000 ATM centers spread over nearly 764 towns. The bank aids more than 80 million customers. Punjab National Bank is one amongst the Big Four banks of the Indian banks along with ICICI Bank, State Bank of India, and Bank of…

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    Sikhism In America

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    Sikhism is over five centuries old and is followed by over 20 million people worldwide—making it the fifth largest religion in the world. Despite this, it rarely gets any attention here in America, even though there is an estimated 78,000 Sikh adults living here, in America. Sikhism is often described as a mixture of Islam and Hinduism, because it shares many similar traits to both, but many things also make it unique to both religions. Sikhism began over five hundred years ago in present-day…

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