Tag: regions

PTCL Razakaars undertakes philanthropic activities in 18 regions every quarter

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article image PR: PTCL Razakaar, the company’s in-house volunteer force, has made significant inroads since its inception in June last year. The volunteer force is almost 600 employees who undertakes philanthropic activities simultaneously across 18 geographical regions every three months. After a successful run of the Box of Happiness campaign and the magnanimous Blood Donation Drive, the PTCL […]…Read More

Scientists set S&T as priority area to promote innovations in ECO regions

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: Scientists and researchers have called for focusing on achieving greater research efficiency and more intensive transfer of knowledge by means of establishing networks involving research and business. Priority-setting processes are critical in aligning research funding with regional needs and in identifying the research questions necessary to fill the knowledge gaps. They expressed these views during the two-day meeting of eminent scientists and experts of ECO…Read More

Scientists set S&T as priority area to promote innovations in ECO regions

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: Scientists and researchers have called for focusing on achieving greater research efficiency and more intensive transfer of knowledge by means of establishing networks involving research and business. Priority-setting processes are critical in aligning research funding with regional needs and in identifying the research questions necessary to fill the knowledge gaps. They expressed these views during the two-day meeting of eminent scientists and experts of ECO member…Read More

Women in ICT: Myth and reality in developing regions

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article image NOWADAYS IT is well-known that Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) can give new opportunities for development to everybody. Yet lack of access to in developing countries creates difficulties to people for individual and social advancement as well. Women in developing regions occupy the highest level of the digital gender divide because of huge responsibilities for their families and kids at home that causes challenges for them in education, employment, participation in governance…Read More