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British company seeks 5,000 workers from TEVTA

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article image LAHORE: A British company has demanded 5,000 trained people from TEVTA in the hospitality and sales sector to provide them job in the United Kingdom. TEVTA would provide services of 5,000 youth to a British company after giving them the required training. TEVTA is paying full attention to train the unemployed youth of Punjab especially in remote areas in order to give them prominent place in the society and ensuring their participation in the national development. "Foreign…Read More

Karachi Education City project: SBI VC apprises British Deputy HC of joint ventures

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STAFF REPORT KHI: The Sindh province offers immense investment opportunities in renewable energy and other sectors where foreign and local investors can not only make fortune but at the same time become the driving force behind the futuristic growth associated with this very important project. "We should focus on areas of intervention to enhance and further strengthen the bilateral relations between Pakistan and UK," said Vice Chairperson, Sindh Board of Investment (SBI) Naheed…Read More

Anusha, British HC discuss cooperation in IT sector

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: British High Commissioner Philip Barton has recently called on Minister of State for Information Technology Anusha Rehman in Islamabad and discussed areas of mutual interest and cooperation between the two countries, especially in the information and telecom sector. The High Commissioner apprised the minister that the UK appreciates the vision and efforts of Pakistan for the development of information and communication technology sector and expressed his country’s…Read More

British Council pledges support for LCWU projects

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STAFF REPORT LHR: The Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) is playing a significant role in women empowerment and the British Council will continue its cooperation for strengthening the institution and its projects, CEO British Council Pakistan Sir Martin Davidson has said. "The efforts of LCWU are on right direction in taking the lead in being one of the first universities to launch the programme and took keen interest in the projects showcased by the students," he said…Read More

ECOSF, British Council agree to strengthen cooperation

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MONITORING REPORT ISB: ECO Science Foundation (ECOSF) and British Council (BC) have agreed in principle that the two organizations will work together to pursue the common goals in the 10 member countries of Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO). It was also agreed that the BC colleagues in Pakistan will prepare a document/presentation and share with the President ECOSF before putting up a formal proposal of cooperation. This consensus was developed during a recent meeting of…Read More