MS Project Management
Projects have shaped the face of human civilization since the dawn of time. Some have nicknamed the twenty-first century the "century of projects." Projects - and a deep understanding of how to manage them successfully and efficiently - will become ever more vital as developmental difficulties, science and technology, and knowledge continue to grow. This is especially true in developing countries like Pakistan, where projects consume a large portion of public-sector resources each year, and where properly managing projects in the face of acute and chronic resource restrictions is critical. Pakistan's economic and social progress is dependent on projects.
The MS-Project Management (MSPM) is designed to help Pakistan's rapidly expanding demand for capable, ambitious, and skilled project management graduates, with rigorous institutionalized project management training and research. The degree holders of the MSPM will have all of the project management skills they need to effectively manage and administrate projects in Pakistan, whether in the private or public sector, in development, or in the non-governmental sector. The development of their analytical, creative, communication, leadership, and inter-personal abilities, as well as presenting them with a holistic perspective on project management, are all given special attention.
Management, Organizational Policy, and Practices
Advance Project Management
Fundamentals of Project Management
- 16 years of education in relevant subject with minimum 2.50/4.00 CGPA or 60% marks
- GAT(General) with minimum 50% marks
- Passing Entrance Exam with required marks
Without a doubt, project management has a wide range of applications in Pakistan. It opens up numerous of professional options for you. There are a variety of fields in which you can simply make a good living. Construction, Engineering, Architecture, Computing, and Telecommunications are all fields in which a project manager can readily work. It assists you in developing challenging skills in order to thrive in today’s competitive world.
Project management has also risen to the top of Pakistan’s highest-paying jobs list. The remuneration of a project manager varies depending on the position and the company. In Pakistan, the average income for a project manager ranges from Rs. 100,000 to Rs. 500,000 or more, depending on the field. It is one of the most prestigious and well-paid professions.