PBM Bai-Ul-Maal Invites Applications For Job Vacancies 2021 In Different Departments

  • News Submitted By: Ilm Ki Dunya

  • 11-Feb-2021

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The Pakistan Bait-Ul-Maal (PBM) is an autonomous body that was set up in the year 1991. Over the course of years, it has contributed to the alleviation of poverty all over the country. It has been assisting and helping those need in need. You can find the latest updates on Pakistan bait ul mal jobs 2021 from this website.

 

Pakistan Bait ul Maal jobs 2021

There are many job openings in PBM. In Punjab, the deadline to apply for these jobs is set on 17 February 2021. There are 4 supervisors required, aged between 25-25 years and the pay is 34,000 per month.

8 Shift Managers aged between 25-45 years, the monthly salary is 20,000.

8 cooks are required aged 25-55 years and the monthly salary is 30,000

4 accounts assistants are required aged between 25-45 years and the monthly salary would be 29,000

4 Receptionists are required between the age of 25-45 years and the monthly salary of 27,000

 

What is Pakistan Bait-Ul-Maal

Pakistan Bait-Ul-Maal is an autonomous body set up after the 1991 act by the government of Pakistan. It has been giving aid to poor people across the country. The PBM assists all kinds of people in need, which includes destitute, widows, orphans, poor people, and any other person who needs their help. The PBM provides Aid, Education Healthcare, and much more for these people. It has given more than 100,000 people medical assistance in the last 5 years and 18,000 educational scholarships, which has changed thousands of lives.

Bait-Ul-Maal has a variety of different programs that are designed to systematically as many people as they can and improve their standard of living. Each program has different properties that are targeted to help a certain community to have a better life.

 

PAKISTAN BAIT-UL-MAL SCHOOL FOR REHABILITATION OF CHILD LABOUR

This school was created by the PBM in order to help those children who have faced child-labor. Going through that lifestyle has a very negative effect on the developing minds of children. A survey conducted in 1996 revealed that 3.3 million children aged 5-14 are working in dangerous and hazardous environments. This is a positive reinforcement step to better their mental well-being and give those opportunities to get into good secondary and high schools.

 

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