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ADEEL SHEHZAD
House # 16, Street # 30
Mustafabad, Lahore
(: 0322-8013604 (Personal Cell)

Career Objective

To get a challenging job in a progressive and dynamic organization with excellent growth opportunities.

Education

2003 F.A with Statistic, & Mathematics from Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Lahore.

2000 Matriculation with Arts Subjects

Professional Qualification

2005 Diploma in Fashion & Textile designing From Allied College of Textile Management and Administration.

1994. Diploma in Computer Application from NCCS Lahore. • Microsoft Word, Excel, Power point, Lotus 123, Fox Pro 2.5 & Networking

• Lamp, Inmagic and Inmagic DB Text (Library Software’s) • JDE Programme for downloading sales and others reports and customers information Using in Shell Pakistan Limited.

Job Experience

Sep 2002 to Jan 2010

Admin Support Officer (Contract)

SHELL PAKISTAN LIMITED

Pakistan Engineering Congress Building
2nd Floor, Liberty Market, Gulberg III,
Lahore.

Assignments:

➢ Generated fuel lube sales & other reports (dry outs, retail trading, appreciations, band wise, historical trends, lube open orders & 0 Upliftment) on daily, monthly, quarterly & yearly basis. ➢ Maintained network control report for warning letters & under taking. ➢ Worked on PMTDR report for data entry of TMSR, English HSSE, Urdu HSSE & navigator audit sheets. ➢ Worked on cng & franchisee agreements. ➢ Maintained legal documents for land lease. ➢ Prepared region imprest (daily expenditures sheet) & reversal report . ➢ Worked on re-organization and new sites documents cases . ➢ Prepared liabilities report on monthly basis, expenditures bills which were not claimed by HO. ➢ Communicated with customers, employees, and other individuals to answer questions for…...

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