KARACHI: Salim Raza, a former governor of the State Bank of Pakistan, and an ex-federal minister, Javed Jabbar, have connected as faculty at the Institute of Business Administration (IBA).
“The IBA board of authority has chosen four renowned Pakistanis as attachment professors,” said a spokesperson on Wednesday.
Raza has 36 years of experience in worldwide banking and will be instructed the global economic and political environment course to MBA students.
Jabbar will teach media, international relations and political science courses. Zaffar Khan, former head and CEO of Engro Chemical, has attached to teach human resource management.
The fourth new faculty component is Farrukh Khan, the executive and founding partner of BMA Capital Management Limited, who will guide students on capital markets, business and financial sector tactic.
Published in The Express Tribune, May 5th, 2011.