Mr Engineer

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CURRICULUM VITAE
SAMI ULLAH
Email: engineersami66@gmail.com
Contact: 03469197495/03311333315

BACKGROUND SUMMARY

Avoid or responded to negative media coverage of an organization, public relations specialists write press releases and advise executives on the strategies and options available to deal with public perception about an organization. Utilized news management techniques, common known as 'spin,' to present a positive public image of the organization. Press secretaries often serve as the official spokesperson for a government department or a politician.

MEMBERSHIPS * World Youth Alliance * National Youth Assembly * Human Rights Commission of Pakistan * International Association of Engineers * International Society for Environmental Information Sciences * International Safety Quality Environment Management Association

EDUCATIONAL RECORD

1 S.S.C. From Warsak model school Peshawar (2004-2006) 1 DAE (Civil) Diploma of an Associate Civil Engineering Peshawar From Board of Technical Education Peshawar (2008-2010) 3 B.A (INTERNATIONALRELATONS) From Peshawar University 4 MA(Final) INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS MAJOR COURSES IN MASTER OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

* History of International Relations * Public International Law * International Trade * Politics of International Economic Relations * Strategic Studies * Foreign Policies of Neighboring Countries * Pakistan in World Affairs

WORKING EXPERIENCE

Year | Position | Company/Factory | Job Description | 01-01-2015 To 30-03-2016 | Media Coordinator to Executive Director | National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage Lok Virsa Islamabad | Assisting Executive Director in all aspects, Coordination with National and International Media, Event Management, Cultural presentations, Programming…...

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