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Jobs In Pakistan National Shipping Corporation

Job Opportunities in Pakistan National Shipping Corporation. Positions: AFLOAT OFFICERS FOR LR-1 PRODUCT CAREER/ TANKERS Masters Mariner (Class-I Deck) Chief Engineers Mariner (Class-1 Motor) Chief Officers Mariner (Class-11 Deck) 2nd Engineers Mariner (Class-11 Motor) Electrical Engineers Marine with ETO (COC) Minimum 2 years of experience on Aframax/ Product Tankers (LR-1). Age …

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Curriculum Design for Schools along One Belt One Road (OBOR)

Int’l Forum on Science Education April 9, 2018- Islamabad  Report by Engr Asghar Hayat, Engineering Cap Magazine  ECO Science Foundation (ECOSF) in collaboration with Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan, Pakistan Academy of Sciences (PAS), the Inter Academy Partnership Science Education Program (IAP SEP) and Alif Ailaan is organizing an …

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Engineers be appointed as Secretaries of Technical Ministries

All Heads of Technical Institutions must be Engineers. Engineers should be appointed as secretaries of technical ministries and heads of technical institutions working under such ministries. Service Structure for engineers is a fair demand from engineering community. This was stated by Rana Tanveer Hussain, Federal Minister for Science & Technology …

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1st PEC Deans Conference President Mamnoon on Engineering and PEC

President Mamnoon Hussain said that during the last few decades, the country had to face various problems including terrorism which caused a debilitating impact on the economy and increased unemployment. This situation also affected the people associated with the profession of engineering, he said. He underlined that now there is …

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Why Oil Companies Leaving Pakistan ?

Engr. Sardar Shakut – Senior Manager Well Served Oil Company. Interview by Engr. Asghar Hayat I was born in Rawlakot Azad Kashmir. My Father got commission in army in 1959. My father got injured in 1971 war and we  shifted to Rawalpindi, he got tamgha e basalat . I passed Fsc …

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Economic Liberalization

Written by: Saima Batool Economic liberalization means abolition of controls in industry and commerce by delicensing, reduction in custom duties and opening the doors for foreign investment to the country. Dismantling of controls is expected to boost industrial production and revive the economy. The past few governments in Pakistan have …

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