For the first of its kind Information Technology (IT) Park to be establish at provincial capital ‘Quetta’. The government of Balochistan aimedRead more
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QUETTA: IUCN Pakistan and Taraqee Foundation in partnership with the US-Pakistan Centre for Advanced Studies in Water, MUET, Jamshoro (with support from University of Utah, USA); and the Government of Balochistan organized a two-day Expert Consultation on Strengthening Research-Policy Interface Improving Water Management in Balochistan at Serena Hotel Quetta today.
The Governor of Balochistan, Mr. Muhammad Khan Achakzai was the Chief Guest on this occasion. The participants of the
STAFF REPORT ISB: Ministry of Science and Technology is planning to establish a campus of COMSATS University in Quetta to facilitate students of the area.
"The government is making all out efforts to increase Research and Development (RandD) work in the country as it will help strengthen national economy," an official in the Ministry told APP.
He said that Global Innovation Index Report 2015 indicated Pakistan’s ranking in RandD as 68th among 141 countries.
STAFF REPORT ISB: The government would establish a campus of COMSATS University in Quetta to facilitate the people of area.
Minister for Science and Technology Rana Tanveer Hussain Tuesday has recently informed the Senate during the question-hour that the government is making all-out efforts to promote the culture of Research and Development (RandD) in the country.
He said that Global Innovation Index Report 2015 indicated Pakistan’s ranking in RandD as 68th out of 141
STAFF REPORT IBD: The penetration of broadband has shown 10 per cent rise in Pakistan that will cause an increase of 1.38 per cent in the GDP.Probably the biggest impact of Broadband is that it helps in learning everything. Telemedicine allows specialist doctors in international and big national hospitals to treat patients of villages by being connected over broadband, reveal fresh statistics on Pakistan.The best way of financially empowering the women is to train them to work from their homesRead more