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LAHORE: China will train skilled workforce for the Sahiwal Coal Power Plant. Technical
Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) with the cooperation of Beijing LEVCN
Electric Technology Ltd China will arrange this training program.
This was stated by Chairperson TEVTA Irfan Qaiser Sheikh in a meeting with 4 member
delegation of Beijing LEVCN Electric Technology Ltd. China at TEVTA Secretariat. The
delegation was led by General Manager
STAFF REPORT ISB: Pakistan Agriculture Research Council (PARC) has embarked upon a plan to impart training to women farmers to make value added olive products by utilizing their own fruit to upraise standard of living.
"To develop cottage industry in target areas, woman farmers are being trained which would play important role in poverty alleviation of respective areas", spokesman of PARC told the media in Islamabad.
He said working in olive sector at this massive scale
STAFF REPORT ISB: Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) has acknowledged the role of USAID for the improvement of agriculture in Pakistan. Joint efforts are needed to promote conservation agriculture seeders in cotton-wheat and other cropping system of Pakistan, so that the issue of late planting and residue burning could be solved.
Dr. Shahid Masood, Member (Plant Sciences) PARC and focal person of AIP in Pakistan said this while addressing at the recently concluded two-day
STAFF REPORT IBD: An Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) training and analysis workshop has recently been organised by the Government of Pakistan, FAO and WFP to train a pool of Certified Food Security Analysts at national level and come up with the first IPC map reflecting the current food security situation in Pakistan.According to details, as many as 50 food security experts were trained on analysis using IPC approach. The training was followed by an intensive workshop whereRead more