Inter-organizational coordination crucial for results
December 7th, 2017 | No Comments
Inter-organizational coordination was crucial to get most desired results said Federal Minister for Science and Technology, Rana Tanveer Hussain.
Minister has directed all heads of organizations, working under the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) to enhance their mutual coordination and collaboration to achieve the common agenda of scientific and technological development for higher growth rates and to spur socio-economic development of the country.
The minister said this in an interactive session with the heads of organizations working with the ministry to assess their overall performance according to a press release. He was also chairing the session.
All heads of the organizations explained their existing status of their current projects, including establishment of Knowledge Park, and building of a state of the art Technology park.
The minister stressed that organizational heads should mobilize their efforts to carry out the targets allotted by the MOST within the set period.
Rana Tanveer communicated his fulfillment on the performance of organizations, working under MOST and asking that they should strive to additionally enhance their yield.
Secretary MOST Yasmeen Masood, heads of COMSATS (CIIT), National Institute of Electronics (NIE), National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), National University of Science and Technology (NUST), Pakistan Council for Renewable Energy Technologies (PCRET), Pakistan Council for Science and Technology (PCST), Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources (PCRWR), Pakistan Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (PCSIR), Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC),Pakistan National Accreditation Council (PNAC), Pakistan Science Foundation (PSF), Pakistan Standards And Quality Control Authority (PSQCA), and STEDEC Technology Commercialization Corporation of Pakistan (Private) Limited has attended the meeting.
Published in: Volume 08 Issue 49
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