Tag: quality

Water Quality Status of Major Cities of Pakistan 2015-16

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PR: The “National Water Quality Monitoring Program (NWQMP)” was initiated by Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources (PCRWR) in 2002.  It was the premier project which generated the first detailed water quality profile of the country covering 23 major cities of Pakistan viz. Islamabad, Bahawalpur, Faisalabad, Gujranwala, Gujrat, Kasur, Lahore, Multan, Rawalpindi, Sargodha, Sheikhupura, […]…Read More

PSQCA to report Senate about food items quality control

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Senate Standing Committee on Science and Technology briefed about the standards developed for the packaged milk, tea whitener and powdered milk in meeting. The meeting strictly directed the Pakistan Standard Quality Control Authority (PSQCA) to prepare parameters and quality control standards for package milk, tea whiteners, and powder milk and report the committee. DG PSQCA […]…Read More

Surety of quality vaccines for food animals

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The Center for Advanced Studies in Vaccinology & Biotechnology (CASVAB) was established in 2005 at University of Balochistan (UoB) with the funding of Higher Education Commission (HEC). The vaccine production and research in this field was a prime need of the country. The University of Balochistan has started CASVAB, as a center for higher studies […]…Read More

Poor Quality of Drinking water, an alarming threat: Present Challenges and Future Perspectives

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Water, water, water, this is the most horrible cry of the present era. Day by day increase in environmental temperature has rung the ever day increasing demand for drinking water. However, our so called modernization such as urbanization, sky touching industries and the most important, rapid population growth has consigned gigantic stress on fresh water […]…Read More

UVAS reviews steps to further improve quality of education

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article image LAHORE (02-06-17): The Quality Enhancement Cell of the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) Lahore organised a meeting of deans and directors to review the quality of education being imparted in the university and how to further improve it as per Higher Education Commission standards. Chairing the meeting, Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha […]…Read More

Quality fodder of millet and cowpea

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article image In the age of extreme global development only those countries are mak- ing rapid head way in area of economic development that have attained a selfsufficiency in food produc- tion while rest of countries are just eagle-eyed them. Pakistan is one of the ma- jor milk producing coun- tries and demand for milk is rising due to increase in population and change in eating habits of the people. Fodders are used to feed the dairy stocks, mostly buf- faloes, rely on cultivated forage for the green…Read More

Aquaponics a green method to produce quality food

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Agricultural productivities suffered a lot during recent past due to unexpected climatic changes, torrential rains, heat waves, drought and floods. Due to these mentioned constraints shortage of energy was one of the hurdles as well. It reflects that the nature is shifting its paradigm which is directly or indirectly danger to the agriculture production ultimately food security is at risk on this earth crust. Due to above narrated uncertain…Read More

Quality infrastructure institutions imperative for harmonizing standards

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article image ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Science and Technology Rana Tanveer Hussein said the development and upgradation of National Quality Infrastructure (NQI) institutions are important for promoting harmonization of standards at international and regional level. Addressing the inaugurative session of a three day UNIDO-ECO Expert Group Meeting here on Monday, he said Ministry of Science and Technology has formulated a National Quality Policy. The first step towards establishing an…Read More

Aquaponics; a green method to produce quality food

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article image Agricultural productivities suffered a lot during recent past due to unexpected climatic changes, torrential rains, heat waves, drought and floods. Due to these mentioned constraints shortage of energy was one of the hurdles as well. It reflects that the nature is shifting its paradigm which is directly or indirectly danger to the agriculture production ultimately food security is at risk on this earth crust. Due to above narrated uncertain climatic changes, number of issues has to…Read More