NPO Hosts National Productivity Movement Seminar – Latest News – The Nation
Peshawar – To raise awareness about the National Productivity Movement in Pakistan, a seminar was held on Friday in collaboration with business bodies and relevant stakeholders.
The seminar was jointly organized by the National Productivity Organization (NPO), Sarhad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) and relevant stakeholders here at the Government Technical and Vocational Center Gulbahar Peshawar. The main objective of the seminar was to publicize the ‘National Productivity Movement’.
The NPO has launched a national productivity movement, with the aim of raising awareness of the use of modern innovative techniques and technologies in various sectors of the country’s economy, which is essential for the promotion of sustainable productivity.
The sensitization activity was attended by bureau members of chambers, traders, Director of Government Technical and Vocational Center Peshawar, Head of Joint Venture of TEVTA, Deputy Director General of NPO Aftab Khan, Secretary General of CSIC and others.
On the occasion, a march was organized during which participants carried placards and banners bearing slogans to raise awareness about the Pakistan Productivity Movement/Sustainable National Productivity (SNP).
The speakers highly commended the NPO for organizing an awareness raising event on its national productivity movement in Pakistan, saying that the movement aims to raise awareness on the use of modern innovative techniques and technologies in various sectors of the economy of the country.
They highlighted the need to raise awareness about productivity in Pakistan at all levels, including industry, agriculture, academia and the general public.
While realizing that sustainable productivity is an important factor in achieving competitiveness and targeting GDP growth, the speakers said that a comprehensive nationwide awareness of productivity has been launched, as has been done successfully in other developed countries such as Singapore, South Korea, Japan and Malaysia.