Around 5,000 candidates appear for the Sindh Revenue Board sanctioned position
Since 2019, around 20 public & private sector Co. have been offered recruitment services
Karachi (Muhammad Yasir) The Testing department at the IBA Karachi conducted the largest single day recruitment drive in its history as around 5,000 candidates appeared for the position of Sindh Sales Tax Officer sanctioned by the Sindh Revenue Board. The test was conducted in three cities across Sindh including Karachi, Hyderabad, and Sukkur. Special arrangements were also made for differently abled candidates. The successful candidates will undergo group discussion and interview process after which up to 40 candidates may be offered the coveted position by the Sindh Revenue Board.
The IBA Testing department has been offering recruitment services for multi-tiered positions including Directorial level posts for renowned private and public sector organizations. Last year, the IBA Testing department became the first testing agency in Pakistan to conduct recruitment tests across the globe simultaneously. The candidates residing in United Kingdom, Canada, UAE, and Pakistan took the test for the position of Trade Officers sanctioned by the Ministry of Commerce, Government of Pakistan.
During 2019-20, a staggering total of around 20 recruitment tests were conducted in which around 10,000 candidates were tested for different key positions at Sindh Revenue Board, Sindh Healthcare Commission, Ministry, PWC Ferguson, Sindh Universities & Boards Department, Ministry of Commerce, Pakistan State Oil, PAK-ARAB Refinery, Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis & Human Resource Department, Ministry of Commerce & Textile Commerce Division, National Insurance Company Limited and Total PARCO, to name a few.
Besides offering testing services to organizations, every year the IBA Testing department conducts admissions tests for its undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate programs which attracts more than 11,000 candidates across Pakistan. This year, due to the spread of Covid-19, the Testing department introduced an Alternative Assessment Criteria to replace its admission tests for all degree programs and received commendations from academic circles for ingenuity, adaptability, and execution.