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LAHORE: A British company has demanded 5,000 trained people from TEVTA in the hospitality and sales sector to provide them job in the United Kingdom.
TEVTA would provide services of 5,000 youth to a British company after giving them the required training. TEVTA is paying full attention to train the unemployed youth of Punjab especially in remote areas in order to give them prominent place in the society and ensuring their participation in the national development.
STAFF REPORT ISB: Pakistan has sought the assistance of the US for human resource development in the country.
"We are keen to benefit from the strength of the top U.S. universities to train our strategic human resource for transforming Pakistan into a knowledge economy," said Ahsan Iqbal, Minister for Planning, Development and Reform, at a recently held meeting with US Assistant Secretary Education and Cultural Affairs Evan Ryan.
The minister said that Pakistan-USA
STAFF REPORT KHI: Viper Technology – one of Pakistan’s oldest computer brands – is eying nation-wide expansion, especially by increasing its footprint in the education sector.
"Viper is the only Pakistani brand dealing in desktop computers, laptops, and tablets that has survived the beating from higher taxes’ and influx of used computers that flooded the country over the past decade, Viper CEO Khushnood Aftab told the media.
Fast forward to 2016, the company has become
STAFF REPORT ISB: French Ambassador Martine Dorance has recently visited the Higher Education Commission (HEC) Secretariat and met with the commission’s chairman, Dr Mukhtar Ahmed.
The ambassador was accompanied by Counsellor for Cooperation and Cultural Affairs Andre de Bussy.
Dr Ahmed briefed the Ambassador regarding achievements made by the HEC since its inception, as well as future projects planned by the commission to make higher education accessible in all regions
STAFF REPORT ISB: A panel of the lower house of Parliament has called upon the government to allocate sufficient budget for research in the Pakistan Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (PCSIR).The agenda of the meeting, which was chaired by Senator Tariq Bashir Cheema, was to discuss the performance of PCSIR, which is attached to the ministry of science and technology.
PTI lawmaker Ali Muhammad Khan asked the chairman PCSIR Dr Shahzad Alam to brief the committee about the
STAFF REPORT ISB: Pakistan textile industry is impaired due to heavy taxes and surcharges, rendering it uncompetitive compared to regional economies. Other irritants include energy tariff, under utilization of power generation capacity and energy shortage, says a research report prepared by the APTMA.The export sector is subject to five percent duties, taxes and surcharges, while competitors in India enjoy tax-free regime on exports of textile products, while in Bangladesh and China,