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NIFSAT outs mineral water brand

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article image STAFF REPORT FAISALABAD: The National Institute of Food Science and Technology (NIFSAT), University of Agriculture Faisalabad, has introduced reverse osmosis drinking water with mineral enhancement under public-private partnership. This was revealed by Dr Masood Sadiq Butt, Dean Faculty of Food and Home Sciences, NIFSAT. The mineral water would be accessible at sensible rates when contrasted with different brands accessible in the business sector. According to the university sources…Read More

NIFSAT outs mineral water

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article image STAFF REPORT FAISALABAD: The National Institute of Food Science and Technology (NIFSAT), University of Agriculture Faisalabad, has introduced reverse osmosis drinking water with mineral enhancement under public private partnership. This was revealed by Dr Masood Sadiq Butt, Dean Faculty of Food Sciences, NIFSAT. The mineral water would be accessible at sensible rates when compared with different brands accessible in the business sector. According to the university sources, the motivation…Read More

Placement Cell of TEVTA established to enhance employability of pass outs

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article image STAFF REPORT LHR: The Technical and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) is the prime institute working for improvement of technical education in Punjab. TEVTA take cares of employment security of its pass outs as a placement cell has been constituted at TEVTA secretariat to arrange job opportunities for the graduates. Chairman TEVTA, Irfan Qaiser said while talking to media, "TEVTA placement cell is the body responsible to arrange job opportunities for TEVTA graduates and foster…Read More

Pakistan under the power black-outs

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article image By Naseem SheikhREGRETTABLY, PAKISTAN is confronted with black-outs of not just due to terrorism, corruption, inflation but mainly because of electricity and gas shortage and subsequently this affects all sectors of life. Natural disasters like the 2005 earthquake and flood-2010 have drastically affected our national growth rate, besides a number of energy plants were, partially or completely damaged.About 1.4 billion people of the world today lack access to electricity, and current trends…Read More