Ppt on natural resources of pakistan

PAKISTANI CULTURE & SOCIETY AND LANGUAGES OF PAKISTAN Chapter 10 & 11 Week 12 1.

peaceful life away from the hustle and bustle of city life. They live in the cycle of nature. Their needs are few.  Fellow feelings: they work in the spirit of sharing the feelings of others and that of give and take. They willingly come forward / rich and the poor. 42 Crisis in National Integration of Pakistan  Generation of resources through doses of foreign aid, large scale printing of currency and tapping other sources to pile up a mountain of internal and foreign debt. The main cause for this /


MARINE RESOURCES In PAKISTAN: Tahir. Marine ResourcesResources are being continuously removed from the earth due to high growth rates of human population.

management are as follows:  Lack of coordination among stakeholders  Uncontrolled exploration of marine resources leading to environmental hazards and/or use conflicts  Lack of political commitment and low harmonization of national management plans and legislation related to marine resourcesNatural disasters such as rising sea level, flooding, forest fires etc.  The following recommendations are made to expedite resource development of the Pakistan coastal area Promote education and research in/


Pakistan By Ali McGuire. Geography Location: Southern Asia between India on the east and Iran and Afghanistan on the west and China in the north. Borders.

. Farming land: 24.44% Permanent Crops: 0.84% Other: 74.72% Natural Resources: extensive natural gas reserves, land, limited petroleum, iron, ore, copper, salt and limestone. Natural Resources: extensive natural gas reserves, land, limited petroleum, iron, ore, copper, salt and limestone. The Indus River runs through the center of Pakistan. The Indus River runs through the center of Pakistan. Himalayan mountains in the north called Karakorum Himalayan mountains in the/


Physical Geography of South Asia. Arabian Sea Pakistan India Bay of Bengal Sri Lanka Indian Ocean Himalaya Mountains Ganges River New Delhi Bangladesh.

island group Made up of 1,200 small islands The islands are the low lying tops of submerged volcanoes. This is called an atoll Natural Resources Water and soil South Asia relies heavily on its soil and water resources to provide food through /raj Mohandas Gandhi began nonviolent resistance and eventually Britain granted its independence in 1947. Independence brought division in India Pakistan and Bangladesh left India and formed their own countries based on Muslim rule. There is violence still today between/


Monitoring and Mapping Batura Glacier using Remote Sensing Monitoring and Mapping Batura Glacier using Remote Sensing ABSTRACT Pakistan being a glacier.

Glacier using Remote Sensing Monitoring and Mapping Batura Glacier using Remote Sensing ABSTRACT Pakistan being a glacier resource rich country always requires proper monitoring, mapping and estimation for better planning and decision making particularly. All these very important areas of natural resources & environmental monitoring & mapping can easily be addressed with the advanced technologies of remote sensing and GIS techniques. The present work on Monitoring and Mapping/


Final Framework and Work Plan for Market Survey, for

of nature and profile of customers Percentage of banked and unbanked businesses Bargaining power of customers and suppliers For unbanked business - Reasons for not banking Reliability of Suppliers Banked business - Products and services currently availed Level of/ to Pakistan Power Resources LLC. 132 Research Team Asim Masood– Research Associate 133 Education: Employment Record: Degree Institution Year C.A Inter Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan 2008 ACCA - Affiliate Association of Chartered /


CIMA Motor 2009 Chongqing, China CIMA Motor 2009 Chongqing, China Commercial Section Consulate General of Pakistan Commercial Section Consulate General.

level of Pakistan’s workers is adequate and availability is ensured  Productivity of Pakistan labour is as good as that of regional countries  Pakistan’s human development, basic education and worker skills indicators are tremendously good  (ii) Human Resources:  Pakistan is / Ports & Shipping  (a) Karachi Port Trust:  Karachi port handles more than 65% of the entire national trade  Deep natural port provides safe navigation to 75,000 DWT tankers and modern container vessels  In July-March 2006-/


Power Trading in South Asia : Geo-politics and Opportunities

commercial Energy Afghanistan 3 60 Bangladesh 13 30 Bhutan 9 24 India 22 29 Maldives 59 100 Nepal 11 87 Pakistan 18 26 Sri Lanka 41 78 Therefore from both conceptual perspectives of i) sustainable development ii) security-militaristic angle essentiality of rational management of natural resources in the South Asian countries aimed at optimizing socio-economic benefit and minimizing the security-militaristic instabilities are very/


KARACHI: THE ADMINISTRATIVE BLACK HOLE OF PAKISTAN DR. MANZOOR ALI ISRAN, SZABIST, KARAHI.

up by different violence in the city, involving target killings and sectarianism KARACHI: THE ADMINISTRATIVE BLACK HOLE OF PAKISTAN Keeping in view the violent nature of the city, Karachi has been declared the ‘most dangerous megacity in the world by the US magazine / of the rural sector of the economy in order to stop the flow of people into cities as they are already facing resource constraints. If this flow is not stopped then there is possibility of civil war over the distribution of scare resources of /


How to Maximize Air Quality Benefits of CNG as a Transport Fuel in Pakistan by S. Naushab Sarwar General Manager Hydrocarbon Development Institute of Pakistan.

S. Naushab Sarwar General Manager Hydrocarbon Development Institute of Pakistan National Urban Air Quality Workshop, Karachi, 13-14 September 2006 1.Natural Gas Share in Energy Mix, Resources, Sectoral Consumption & Infrastructure 2.Use of CNG in Gasoline Vehicles 3.How to Maximize Air Quality Benefits of CNG 4.Conclusions Contents Natural Gas Share in Energy Mix, Resources, Sectoral Consumption & Infrastructure Energy Supply Mix 55.5 Million TOE Oil/


PAKISTAN MAIN MENU National Anthem MAIN MENU MAP ECONOMY GOVERNMENT PEOPLE POPULATION LITERACY NATURAL FEATURES WEATHER BACKGROUND RECENT EVENT TOURISM.

depicts early human history, geology and wildlife of Pakistan. The exhibits are of particular interest to students and children. Its timings are from 9 am to 4 pm except Friday. SOURCES MAIN MENU 1Flag,Capital,Imports,Exports,C urrency,Type of government,Chief os state,Language,Religon,Ethinic Groups,Total Population,Literacy,Bodies of land,Bodies of water,Natural resources,Land use,Climate,Background CIA world factbook 2AnthemHand/


Agricultural Statistics

Nations “Economic” growth, e.g. agriculture contributes 20.9 % of GDP of Pakistan. Is key to Healthy Biosphere as it provides nutrition which is key determinant of human health. Provider of energy –fuel-wood and medicinal plants Practices play a critical role in/ quarter share determined in the base year (Net Sales= Sale of Animals (3 years & above) - Purchase of Animals in Livestock Activity ) Natural Growth Take the animals below one years of age and multiply with the base year price then with the /


Water Resources situation in Pakistan by murtaza zulfiqar (17)

Water Resources situation in Pakistan by murtaza zulfiqar (17) SOURCES OF WATER There are two types of major resources of water in Pakistan, natural and artificial. Natural resources include rainfall, rivers, glaciers, ponds, lakes, streams, karez and wells etc. Artificial resources consist of the surface water from rainfall and rivers, which is in excess of the requirements for irrigation and other uses, is stored in dams and reservoirs. The water from these dams and/


Lecture 26 NATURAL RESOURCE PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT Dr. Aneel SALMAN Department of Management Sciences COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad.

also encouraged them to adapt illegal means to meet their needs from forest resources. The dilemma with most of the natural resources management policies in Pakistan in the recent past has been the absence of attention to human dimension aspects and a focus on a “pro- conservation” approach even at the cost of local livelihoods. Part of the problem stemmed from the non- participatory culture that prevailed in/


Assistant Professor Dr. Aurangzeb Zulfiqar Khan Department of Management Sciences, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan 1 PART.

its constituting spaces, the interior décor and quality of the building materials. Assistant Professor Dr. Aurangzeb Zulfiqar Khan Department of Management Sciences, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan 12 The Initiation Phase of a Project (Project Resources) No project can be attempted unless the requisite resources have been made available by the project sponsor and client. Resource consumption ultimately results in a finan- cial cost but/


Siemens Pakistan Engineering Co. Ltd.

of our success Manufacturing & Industry Vision 2030- Focus Vision 2030 Energy for Growth Manufacturing & Industry Minimize wastage of Natural Resources. Integrated water resource management, ensuring the most optimal use of water. Water Resources / line from London to Calcutta Some of our Landmark Projects in Pakistan Defense Housing Authority, Lahore Phase-V Underground Electrification MCB Tower, tallest building of Pakistan Complete Electrification / Illumination of the project ICI Shaikhupura Electrical &/


A RISING STAR IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM Compiled by: Dr. Surendra K. Kaushik Professor of Finance, Pace University,NY Founder, Mrs. Helena Kaushik Women’s.

of India and the smaller Muslim state of Pakistan. A third war between the two countries in 1971 resulted in East Pakistan becoming the separate nation of Bangladesh. Fundamental concerns in India include the ongoing dispute with Pakistan/ natural resources Environment -international agreements: Party to: Antarctic-Environmental Protocol, Antarctic-Marine Living Resources, Antarctic Treaty,Biodiversity, Climate Change, Desertification, Endangered Species, Environmental Modification, Hazardous Wastes, Law of /


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice

of reassuring ourselves of our sanity as creatures, a part of the geography of hope” Air Pollution Air Pollution Air Pollution Top ten cities with the worst air pollution in the world (2012): 10 – Lahore, Pakistan 9 – Kanpur, India 8 - Yasouj, Iran 7 - Gaborone, Botswana 6 – Peshawar, Pakistan/ strip and sell their natural resources increased global pollution, etc. Debt and Microfinance Muhammad Yunus (2006 Nobel Peace Prize) – Grameen Bank Microfinance promises growth of individual and small business /


Pakistan Energy Crisis: An Overview.  Power Sector Highlights  Pakistan Energy Stats  Causes of Power Crisis  Circular Debt Issue  GoP’s Initiatives.

on the concerned authorities tables" New Government Plans i. Creation of a Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources through the merger of Ministries of Water and Power and Petroleum and Natural Resources ii. Reforms of National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) iii. Reforms of Distribution Companies (DISCOS) iv. Reforms of Generating Companies (GENCOs) v. Permanent elimination of circular debt vi. Rationalization of energy tariffs in line with international prices across all fuels. vii/


1 Transparent Procurement Procedures & Prequalification of Consultants By Syed Adil Gilani Vice Chairman & CEO Transparency International Pakistan.

Vice Chairman & CEO Transparency International Pakistan 2 Address of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah to the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan on his election as President of the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan (11th August 1947) “One of the biggest curses from which / from public disclosure subject to the prior approval of the Authority. Provided that where the disclosure of any information related to the award of a contract is of proprietary nature or where the procuring agency is convinced that /


Lecture # 6 Topic: Land & the People of Pakistan III Recap of lecture # 5 Background &Location of Pakistan Land boundaries & Border countries: Afghanistan,

# 6 Topic: Land & the People of Pakistan III Recap of lecture # 5 Background &Location of Pakistan Land boundaries & Border countries: Afghanistan, China, India, Iran,Coast line Climate Natural resources Current Environmental Issues Cont. Natural Hazards Government Export commodities Imports commodities TV and Radio station Agriculture, fishing, forestry & mining International agreements Now Today’s topic Annual Rainfall- Its Distribution and types Rainfall in Pakistan is mostly brought by the following/


Notice the large areas of low land and large areas of high land. The majority of East Asia’s populations live on the eastern plains.

, more royalties and secession. Shortly after Pakistans creation in 1947, the Pakistan Army invaded Balochistan which did not want to become part of Pakistan. Under British rule they had been autonomous. Both Pakistan and Iran have crushed any attempts by separatists. Balochistan is one of Pakistan’s poorest regions although it has vast natural resources. Many support the Taliban in Afghanistan. Both Pakistan and India have had nuclear weapons since/


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice Martin Donohoe, M.D., F.A.C.P.

the world (2012): 5 – Kermanshah, Iran 5 – Kermanshah, Iran 4 - Ludhiana, India and Quetta, Pakistan 4 - Ludhiana, India and Quetta, Pakistan 3 – Sanandaj, Iran 3 – Sanandaj, Iran 2 – Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia 2 – Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia /and sell their natural resources Countries strip and sell their natural resources increased global pollution, etc. increased global pollution, etc. Debt and Microfinance Muhammad Yunus (2006 Nobel Peace Prize) – Grameen Bank Microfinance promises growth of individual and small/


Himalaya Mountains A mountain range that borders India and Pakistan. The mountains were created by tectonic plate movement when two land masses (India.

financial gain. Many European countries colonized areas in Africa and Asia to take advantage of the natural resources there. Democracy A form of government in which the people rule, either directly or through elected representatives. The United States and India are examples of democracies. Partition of India India was divided into Pakistan and India in 1947 to avoid a civil war between the Muslims and the Hindus/


Public Private Partnerships in Pakistan By Mujtaba Shahneel, CFA Director General PPP Unit, Finance Department Government of Sindh Pakistan Nov 2014 Disclaimer:

On current trajectory, Pakistan is likely to be the 4th largest country by population by 2050. One of only ten countries with population of +100m and GDP of +US$100b Growing consumerism Growing per capital income levels and urbanization with an exceptionally young demographic (100m < 30 yrs) is driving consumer lifestyles Large natural resource base Rich in natural resources including hydrocarbon reserves (Coal, Natural Gas) and minerals resources (Granite, Marble/


The Institutional Cooperation for Mitigation of Natural Hazards An Activist’s Obersations.

between India and Britain grew increasingly unequal. This inequality still exists in trade relations between Pakistan and the developed world, with severe consequences for natural resources. The British enacted a number of laws in support of their development objectives. As a result, a large percentage of natural resources, such as forests, lakes and mines, were taken over from the old feudal order and local communities and became the/


THE FOREIGN POLICY OF PAKISTAN LECTURE 12 WEEK 13.

from the close proximity, common frontiers, Muslim majority, traditional trade links, common culture heritage and vast untapped natural resources of the member countries. ECO These countries can serve as a huge market for the consumption of the surplus industrial products and agricultural produces of one another. For example: Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan possess modern textile industry and can provide textile products and knitwear at cheaper rates/


SAARC Topic: SAARC (South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation) -Past, Present and Future Prospects Kanwal Batool Naqvi 1.

Sensitive List, Para Tariff and Non-Tariff Barriers Food Security issues Climatic Change Issues (floods and natural disasters) Under-utilization of renewable energy resources Stringent visa requirements The above challenges need to be dealt on preferential basis by the SAARC countries, especially the two big nations – PAKISTAN and INDIA. More Intra–SAARC Trade can lead to Better economic conditions for People Intra-regional trade/


Lecture 23 NATURAL RESOURCE PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT Dr. Aneel SALMAN Department of Management Sciences COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad.

Lecture 23 NATURAL RESOURCE PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT Dr. Aneel SALMAN Department of Management Sciences COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad Recap Lecture 22 Climate Change basics Climate Change science Impacts of Climate Change How to mitigate climate change impacts in Pakistan. Disconnect between Pakistan’s Climate Change Policies and Documents What is a Framework Convention A framework convention is a legally-binding international treaty establishing general guidelines and/


EIA in Pakistan Brief background and History of the National EIA system. Brief background and History of the National EIA system. It started with the promulgation.

Protecting human and environmental health from contamination of environment Protecting human and environmental health from contamination of environment Conservation of biodiversity, Conservation of biodiversity, Safeguarding the productivity of natural resources Safeguarding the productivity of natural resources Level of awareness and understanding. Level of awareness and understanding. Quality of EIA Review. Quality of EIA Review. Public consultation: One of the major drawbacks in the EIA package/


Geography. 40% of Exam is Geography – Here is Jan 2015.

can best be supported by the information on this 2003 map? (1) India and Pakistan have agreed on shared borders. (1) India and Pakistan have agreed on shared borders. (2) Several borders are in dispute between India / to China Lacks natural resources – forced to imperialize to gain resources during Meiji Restoration Lacks natural resources – forced to imperialize to gain resources during Meiji Restoration In Japan, a major economic problem has been the lack of 1. natural resources 2. investment capital/


Jeopardy. Tools of Geographer LandformsWeather and Climate CulturePopulation 100 200 300 400 500 Jeopardy Proceed to Double JeopardyProceed to Final Jeopardy.

financial means necessary C Pakistan is considered developed by the standards of this economic indicator D People in Pakistan cannot afford books to read Pakistan’s approximate literacy rate of 60% would indicate that – A Pakistan has enough adults and / policies by which the unique culture, language and natural resources of Tibet are being systematically and irrevocably eroded. One result of the Chinese control of Tibet is– A less limits on freedom of speech, religion, and assembly B the Chinese do/


1 THE INSTITUTE OF CORPORATE SECRETARIES OF PAKISTAN.

Law. 2.2- Information Technology. 2.2- Information Technology. B Group 3 3.1- Human Resource Management. 3.2- Business Finance. 3.2- Business Finance. 4 4.1- Financial Accounting /Pakistan Institute of Corporate Governance We are also one of the Founder Members of Pakistan Institute of Corporate Governance, founded by Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan. 30 International Federation of Company Secretaries (I.F.C.S.) Globalization of services redefining the nature and scope of professional services of/


Food Security With Reference to National Program for Food Security A Case Study Productivity Enhancement of Small Farmers in 1012 Villages CMP II.

leadership. Empowerment of farming communities through establishment of farming organization, FSC,s VO,s Equitable use of natural resources and their conservation. Enhancing crop productivity through input management Improving income of small and /Agency : Government of Pakistan, Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock, Islamabad Execution:Provincial Agriculture Department Operation and Maintenance: District Governments through Government of NWFP Concerned Federal Ministry: Ministry of Food, Agriculture /


Conflict Over Kashmir. What is Kashmir? Geography Bordered by Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and ChinaBordered by Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and China.

in Kashmir, the majority probably would have voted to become part of Pakistan for religious reasons. Kashmir, Nehru, the British Muslim ruler of Kashmir agrees to sign on with India, and Nehru makes exception to the rule of partition: “in cases of majority population land goes to Pakistan in border regions”...... Why is Kashmir Important? ? Of Natural Resources The geography is mostly rural, with large mountains, deserts, and valleys/


Assessment Specification for 2014 You must answer ALL parts of ALL questions Candidates should use specific information/case studies to illustrate their.

GDP and HDI. GDP is low BECAUSE— Afghanistan has few Exports with a value of only $576m. Exports to Pakistan 55% India 12% Iran 2% (fruit, nuts, carpets) Not enough is earned to/of crops can be grown. 4 Transport of goods and minerals is easier because of water routes like Grt Lakes 800kms for transport of iron ore, coal, and Mississippi River network. Natural Resources are important in the degree of development of a country USA: Worlds 2 nd largest producer of copper and gold, exports $26 billion of/


A RISING STAR IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM Compiled by: Dr. Surendra K. Kaushik Professor of Finance, Pace University,NY Founder, Mrs. Helena Kaushik Women’s.

of India and the smaller Muslim state of Pakistan. A third war between the two countries in 1971 resulted in East Pakistan becoming the separate nation of Bangladesh. Fundamental concerns in India include the ongoing dispute with Pakistan/ natural resources Environment -international agreements: Party to: Antarctic-Environmental Protocol, Antarctic-Marine Living Resources, Antarctic Treaty,Biodiversity, Climate Change, Desertification, Endangered Species, Environmental Modification, Hazardous Wastes, Law of /


SCI-Pak Sustainable and Cleaner production in the manufacturing industries of Pakistan FUNDED BY THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION 1 www.ihtpk.com SCI-Pak Sustainable.

Sustainable and Cleaner production in the manufacturing industries of Pakistan FUNDED BY THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION 6 www.ihtpk.com Exploring the Spectrum of Environmental ideologies Deep EcologyCommunalistAccommodatingCornucopian Extreme preservationist Resource preservationist Resource conservationist, managerial Resource exploitative Recognise intrinsic importance of nature Primary value of ecosystems and secondary value of their services Intergenerational and intergenerational equity, instrumental value/


PAKISTANS NATIONAL EFFORTS TO MITIGATE BIOLOGICAL THREATS

and Poisons. BIO-TERRORISM: The use of living agents, such as a man made or naturally occurring pathogens, to attack people, animals, and plants. HISTORY OF BIOLOGICAL WARFARE / BIO-TERRORISM History of BW Dates back to centuries 2001 – / Pakistan is fully concerned about use of any Biological Weapons/Act of Bio-Terrorism, and is doing its best to counter these emerging threats by observing Stringent Bio-Safety & Bio-Security Measures by utilizing all available resources. …..PAKISTAN’S APPROACH Pakistan,/


IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE OVER PAKISTAN

of soil moisture – May lead to expansion of deserts (Contd.) Major CC-related Concerns of Pakistan More rapid recession of Hindu Kush (HKH) Glaciers due to increase in temp. and seasonal variability of precipitation may lead to increased summer flows in Indus river system for a few decades, followed by reduction in flows as Glaciers disappear; Reduction in capacity of natural/ impacts of climate change on different socio-economic sectors such as water resources, agriculture production etc. Pakistan has more/


World History Junior Blitz.

Bangladesh 1 Pakistan and Bangladesh PAKISTAN BANGLADESH After independence, military leaders seized power and ruled as dictators. When civilian leaders were finally elected, the military continued to intervene. The country lacked natural resources for industry. Ethnic rivalries fueled conflicts. Severe economic problems and corruption plagued the government. Forty percent of the nation’s budget goes to repaying foreign debt. In 1971, Bengalis declared independence for/


AIT Ram M. Shrestha Asian Institute of Technology Thailand 25 th March 2004 25 th March 2004 Energy Use and Clean Development Mechanism Opportunities in.

for high CO 2 growth in developing countries High growth in GDP High dependence on fossil fuel Inefficient use of energy resources What prospects for CDM? AIT Sectoral Energy Related CO 2 Emission in Asian Countries AIT IGES-URC Workshop in/ development (e.g. in Nepal and Bhutan) – Displacement of thermal in India and other countries Natural gas based electricity generation - Exploration and regional development of gas pipeline in Pakistan, India and Bangladesh Fuel switching : oil to gas in transport/


1 “ ”.  Part I: Introduction and Historical Context  Part II:Issues of Federalism  Part III:Recommendations 3.

(%) Oil Production (%) Sindh7156 Punjab525 NWFP218 Baluchistan220.1 Provincial Oil and Gas Production in Pakistan 2007–2008 Source: Pakistan Energy Yearbook 2008, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources, Government of Pakistan.  Each province receives 12.5% of the total revenue it contributes to the national pool from resource exploitation.  The federal center keeps the other 88.5% of the royalty.  Oil- and gas-producing provinces remain chronically underdeveloped and do not/


Project Stakeholder AND COMMUNICATION Management

of the National Award “Best University Teacher” for the Year 2007 Slide: Presentation of the National Award Best University Teacher for the Year 2007 Presentation of the Award Certificate to me by the former Chairman of the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan/ in nature. Often not much writing is expected – but definitely plenty of thinking! NO MCQ’s WILL BE ASKED! Samples of Examination Papers/include two distinct knowledge areas – project human resource management and project communication – exhibit a /


Solutions at sea and ashore

of Karachi was established in October 1998. Authenticated and approved by The Govt. of Pakistan, It is Situated on the waterfront west edge of the China Creek, neighboring the Karachi Harbour. It is one of/SPECIALISED COURSES Bridge Team Management Bridge Resources Management Crew Resources Management Risk Assessment & Risk Management / oil Carrier (LCC)     2.    Liquefied Petroleum Gas Carrier (LPG)     3.    Liquefied Natural Gas Carrier (LNG)       4.    Chemical Tanker (CHT)     PREPARATORY COURSES O.O.W/


Rice-Wheat Cropping System Prepared By: Kanwar Muhammad Raheel Mehboob Reg. No: 2008-ag-2139 Major:Agronomy University of Agricultutre Faisalabad.

5:Improving Yield of Rice Wheat Cropping System 6:Scenario of Rice wheat cropping system in Pakistan Cropping System A cropping system may be defined as a community of plants which is managed by a farm unit to achieve various human goals. A cropping system refers to growing a combination of crops in space and time. An ideal cropping system should : use natural resources efficiently provide stable/


Karakoram cryosphere response to climate change: Anomalies and Research Efforts Ev-K2-CNR Scientific Conference Karakoram Resources and Climate Change:

than earlier” Graham Cogley, Geographer, Trent University Ontario Dirk Scherler et al. (2011) In Nature Geoscience (Effect of Debris cover) Out of 42 studied glaciers in Karakoram region, 58% advancing/stable and 42% retreating. In all other /Frequency of GLOF events and vulnerability of communities living up in the Northern region of Pakistan 21 Conclusions Climate change has serious implications for Pakistan’s water resources due to dependence on glaciers Need for exploring new dimensions of research/


Challenges to institution-building

extracting these militants in their current numbers. – Owen Bennet Jones, Pakistan: the eye of the storm Baloch insurgency. Balochistan is Pakistan’s most resource-rich province, containing large reserves of coal and natural gas; the state has control of these resources. It has made much money off of these operations by attracting FDI and has distributed them to much of the richer, higher-status areas (especially Punjab), but not to/


1 Sustainable Agriculture – A Lok Sanjh Foundation’s Approach in Pakistan. (Prof. Qamar Mohy-Ud-Din) (Prof. Qamar Mohy-Ud-Din) 1.Why Sustainable Agriculture.

-1980. All countries including Pakistan, where the Green Revolution has had a significant impact have seen average annual growth rates in the agricultural sector fall during the 1980s, compared with the post revolution period of 1965-1980. 4 3. What is Sustainable Agriculture. Many terms are used to describe sustainable agriculture. These include regenerative, low external input, resource- conserving, natural, eco-agriculture, and organic/


FDI & Tech Capabilities Khalil Hamdani Lahore School of Economics 27 March 2014.

) FDI comes when private sector invests Government-industry relationship High-level, institutionalized consultation is needed on: urgent problems of energy, security and investor confidence; practical matters of regulatory barriers that impede entrepreneurship and business; and Strategic plans for industrial upgrading. Pakistan’s FDI profile Natural resources: mining, oil and gas. ✘ Exports: weak infrastructure, skill base. Market: food, beverage, consumer goods and service industries. Sequential investment/


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