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Study initiated to facilitate Persons with Disability by INIT

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article image THE INTER Islamic Network of Information Technology (INIT) is going to develop a study in Pakistan, Malaysia, Qatar, Tunisia, and Jordan to investigate and classify policy initiatives across Organization of Islamic Counties (OIC) that facilitate access and inclusion of person with disability, with a cross ponding review implementation and practice. With the advent of information […]…Read More

INIT Initiated study to facilitate Persons with Disability

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Inter Islamic Network of Information Technology (INIT) is going to develop a study to investigate and classify policy initiatives across OIC states that facilitate access and inclusion of people with disability, with a cross ponding review implementation and practice. This study is established upon the commitments which is glorify in the UN Convention on the […]…Read More

Sindh Province’s Soil Fertility Atlas Study Report launched by the US

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Dr. Yusuf Zafar, Chairman Pakistan Agricultural Research Council has graced the inauguration of “Sindh Province’s Soil Fertility Atlas Study Report” accompanied by Grace Shelton who is the US Consul. This joint venture is the part of a collaboration with Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the Ministry of National Food Security and […]…Read More

Cloud infrastructure reality in APAC is outperforming perception finds Oracle study

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Nearly half of APAC companies plan to run their business on cloud infrastructurewithin three years Karachi, 04 July 2017: Businesses in Asia Pacific are rapidly embracing cloud infrastructure (IaaS) to boost performance and innovation levels, new research from Oracle has revealed.  While negative perceptions around security, complexity and loss of control still present barriers to […]…Read More

Study group discusses SIMs verification results

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: SDPI’s study group on IT and Telecom in its recently meet has discussed gains and losses’ result from implementing the government’s directive to reverify 103 million SIMs through biometric verification system (BVS). About 75 million SIMs have been verified as the deadline set for this campaign has lapsed. PTA Chairman Dr. Syed Ismail Shah deliberated on the regulatory aspects of the re-verification initiative. He shed light on the global perspective of…Read More

Pak delegation in US to study tech transfer

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: A 12-member Pakistani university delegation is in United States on a 10-day study tour organised by the US Department of Commerce’s Commercial Law Development Programme (CLDP). The delegation is comprised representatives from Pakistani universities interested in creating technology transfer offices (TTOs) and technology incubators (TIs) on their local campuses.The CLDP is a programme run by the US Department of Commerce’s Office of the General Counsel, which…Read More

Islamabad climate vulnerability study in final phase

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article image STAFF REPORT IBD: The Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptive Assessment (CCVandAA) for Islamabad and the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) for making Islamabad a model climate resilient city would be ready by the end of December. This initiative has been planned in line with the National Climate Change Policy of Pakistan, prepared by the Climate Change Division. It was launched last year in February. Climate Change Division, in pursuance of the cabinet’s decision headed by…Read More

PTA conducts study to unveil femtocells network

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article image STAFF REPORT IBD: Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has planned to roll out the femtocells infrastructure network for cellular phone operators in order to introduce high speed internet or data services through their customers at reduced capital and operational cost.A femtocell is a small and low-power cellular base station, typically designed for use in a home or small business. It connects to the service provider’s network via broadband. The current designs typically support two to…Read More

Licensed software doubles economic benefits: Study

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article image MONITORING REPORT IBD: Promoting the use of properly licensed software would have a greater impact on the economy in Pakistan than allowing similar growth in the use of pirated software that would badly impact overall performance of the whole IT systems."A 1 per cent increase in use of licensed software would generate an estimated $148 million in national production, compared to $63 million from a similar increase in pirated software - meaning properly licensed software would deliver $84…Read More

AEDB starts study for solar water heaters

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STAFF REPORT IBD: The Alternative Energy Development Board (AEDB) has recently signed an agreement to undertake a 2-phased study for Introduction of Solar Water Heaters in Pakistan’ with the World Bank support.Purpose of the study is to develop a national programme to replace the conventional gas geysers with Solar Water Heaters (SWH) by identifying the potential areas for the intervention with minimum stakeholders’ involvement and to determine technical, financial, economic and social…Read More