“Quality not Quantity” Huawei’s strategy

LAHORE (PR): Huawei has always been focusing on quality not quantity with premium smart phone strategy and has frequently delivered such smart phones flagships which have been received by the customers with tremendous applause. Huawei has created a premium flagship smart phone for each product series e.g. for Mate series, P series, G+ series and Honor series.

Huawei also owes its incredible success in the first half of fiscal year, 2015; to the services it provides which focus on the end-user’s needs throughout the product cycle. Huawei has 400 customer service centers and 184 designated service centers in China. Globally, Huawei has 650 partners and more than 3,000 service points. Five major customer support centers globally, with customer service hotlines covering 91 countries, supporting 47 languages.

According to IPSOS, Huawei gains first position in customer satisfaction level in China. The first class services which are efficiently provided in these Service Centers are on-site services, Repairing services, Hotline service, Internet service, Wechat service.

According to the surveys conducted, the “On-site customer service level of satisfaction result” of Huawei is 77.39pc beating its competitors like Apple, Samsung, and Lenovo etc. Customer Service Centers around the world are handling 20,000 customers on average daily, over 90pc of problem solving rate and 95pc customer satisfaction.

Rs15m for Chamalang Beneficiary Edu Programme

QUETTA (PR): Mahvash & Jahangir Siddiqui Foundation (MJSF) contributed PRK 15 million to Chamalang Beneficiary Education Programme (CBEP). Ali Raza Siddiqui, Director MJSF and. Imran Haleem Shaikh, EVP JS Bank presented the cheque to Commander Southern Command, Lt. General Nasser KhanJanjuain Quetta recently. Maj. Gen (Retd) Tahir Habib Siddiqui, board member Habibullah Coastal Power Company and other senior officials were also present to mark the occasion.

Chamalang Beneficiary Education Programme (CBEP) is one of the largest social sector development programmes in Balochistan, being supervised by Pakistan Army. The project which started with an initial enrolment of 303 students of District Kohlu and Loralai in 2007 has grown appreciably to 3761 students from 23 Districts of the province. CBEP continues to contribute immensely towards delivery of quality education to children from poverty striven and backward areas of Balochistan.

The project bears expenditure on fees of day scholars besides bearing the cost of boarding, lodging, books, uniforms and tuition fees of students in boarding schools all over the country.

Sustainability of this programme is set to accrue desired dividends as this educated youth becomes a part of the work force in the various sectors of the economy. This continuity is ensured by active participation of development institutions and donor agencies. Commenting on the occasion, Ali Raza Siddiqui highlighted the role of MJSF and said the foundation has always been at the forefront of supporting such causes and always aims to reach out to the commonly unreached and deprived segments of the society.

Mahvash and Jahangir Siddiqui Foundation is a non-profit organization which working towards healthcare, education and social enterprise through sustainable development for the underprivileged segments of society with a special focus on women, minorities, children and disabled individuals. Foundation goal is to promote economic development and to enhance the dignity and quality of life of individuals, families and communities by eliminating barriers to opportunity and helping people in need reach their fullest potential. Read more on Mahvash and Jahangir Siddiqui Foundation at www.mjsf.org

Dengue awareness walk

LAHORE (PR): High level technical research is going on at Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) that how masses specially students can protect themselves from dengue virus. Addressing to the participants of awareness walk against dengue in the campus on Sunday, acting Vice Chancellor Dr. Uzma Qureshi said new projects are prepared for more coherent studies in future with reference to Dengue control. University is preparing data base with reference to blood groups, disease profile etc.

Dengue Prevention and Control Committee (DPCC) has been set up in the University which has devised action plan using variety pg approaches for the prevention, control and management of Dengue both at short term and long term basis” she added. VC distributed pamphlets among participants for prevention of dengue.

Entomologist Dr. Farkhanda Manzoor informed about precautionary measures, protection and treatment of Dengue Fever. The speakers informed about the facilities available for Dengue patients in the University and near by hospital. They added that every possible measure is being made at LCWU to snub this disease. Registrar Uzma Batool, director administration Ali Rizvi and senior Estate officer Ghiasul Din told that Insecticide Spray/ fogging are being done regularly on weekly basis to destroy the breeding grounds of mosquitoes and for effective prevention from Dengue. Health and safety measures are particularly considered during this exercise. Every department is directed to keep sprays and coils to use in the departments, offices and also in hostels.

Infinix mobility unveils phone Zero2

KARACHI (PR): Infinix Mobility, originating from France is one of the fastest growing global leaders of trendy smartphone manufacturing, has launched Infinix Zero2 their flagship smart phone in Pakistan. The state-of-the-art device was designed in Paris and Shanghai; Zero2 will be available for purchase exclusively through Pakistan’s leading online retail store Daraz.pk.

Infinix Zero2 is specifically tailored to target the needs of students, youth and young professionals. It is designed to satisfy the desire of having a stylish, trendy and a user friendly interface all in the same device. Zero2 sports an ultra-strong, stylish and flexible Kevlar back cover which is five times stronger and lighter than steel. Weighing just 118 grams, the device is perfectly suited to fit in the palm of your hand.

On the occasion Andy Yan, Group Vice President Transsion stated that “Zero 2 is a top notch flagship device positioned to adequately address the gap in the Pakistani market. Infinix Zero 2 will capture the hearts and minds of youth and give its contemporaries a tough competition due to its affordable price and trendy style”

Infinix follows a ‘factory-to-consumer’ business model and by leveraging its partnership with Daraz.pk provides its consumers with reduced channel costs. Zero 2 will be available all over Pakistan at an attractive price of PKR 18,900/- only, making it the most ideal and affordable lifestyle phone.

“It brings us tremendous joy that our smartphones are actually meeting varying demands of the Pakistani market. We are overwhelmed with the response and acceptance of our range of products in the country. We pledge to continuously introduce quality products with high functionality in the market” said Zhou.

LG unveils most efficient solar panel

ISLAMABAD (PR): LG Electronics (LG) is introduced its innovative and efficient solar power system at Intersolar Europe in Munich, Germany. At the world’s leading exhibition for the solar industry, LG will display its latest NeON(tm) 2 solar energy solutions. Equipped with newly developed Cello Technology(tm), NeON(tm) 2 offers better performance and reliability with significant improvements over the original NeON(tm). The LG NeON(tm) 2 was recognised with the Intersolar award for Photovoltaics on the opening day of the event for its “groundbreaking idea and technological innovation.”

The efficiency of the NeON(tm) 2 produces better power performance with less hassle, raising the bar for the entire solar panel market. Cello ? which stands for Cell Connection, Electrically, Low Loss, Low Stress and Optical Absorption Enhancement utilizes circular-shaped wires to scatter light more effectively for better absorption, while reducing the electrical loss by spreading the current with 12 wires.

British Council Dosti match

ISLAMABAD (PR): A friendly football match was played between the DOSTI team and the Mehran Women FC team. The match was organised by the British Council as part of a visit programme which it is hosting for five British MPs who are visiting British Council Pakistan to see the operations which are undertaken by it in the field of Education, Culture, Arts and Society.

The British Council organised the football match as an opportunity for the delegation to meet DOSTI team members and the work of Sports, soft skills in countering violence. Country Director of British Council Pakistan Peter Upton commented on the match and the DOSTI programme saying “ I am delighted to see that sports is playing such a vital role in addressing topics and situations which normally would be difficult to address if they were left for dialogue only, the DOSTI programme brings sports to these children in such a manner that it helps them to create a method of communication and problem/conflict resolution which cannot be created with table talks”.

The visiting MPs got a chance to interact with the teams after the energetic match giving them an opportunity to understand how the DOSTI programme is promoting the development of soft skills through sports along with a means of women empowerment through sporting activities and trainings. Speaking at the occasion Scottish National Party MP Tasmina Sheikh commented “It is wonderful to see how important a role sports is playing in conflict resolution and dialogue, bridging the communication gap among young people and allowing them to communicate positively among themselves as well as with others.”

Commenting on the the DOSTI programme Regional Director Society Ms.ShaziaKhawar said “DOSTI aims to create a difference by breaking social barriers and promoting community cohesion by making sports an integral part of the social life of youth, this project facilitates youth development by working through schools, local sports club, civil society partners to engage both in and out of school youth in activities that promote intergroup understanding and interaction.”