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  • MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES, PRODUCTION AND SPECIAL INITIATIVES

    PRESENTATION ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF

    MIDTERM DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK (MTDF) 2005-10

  • MTDF PREPARED BY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DIVISION DURING 2004-05.

    MTDF APPROVED BY PRIME MINISTER/NEC ON 27.05.2005.

    MTDF LAUNCHED BY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DIVISION ON JULY 1, 2005.

    MTDF IMPLEMENTATION PLAN CIRCULATED BY MOIP&SI ON 1.9.2005.

    MTDF IMPLEMENTATION PLAN HAS TO BE EXECUTED BY THE CONCERNED WINGS AND ORGANIZATIONS OF MOIP&SI.

  • VISION 2030Developed, industrialized, just and prosperous Pakistan through rapid and sustainable development in resource constrained economy by deploying knowledge inputs

  • Objectives

    Establishing a just and sustainable economic system for reducing poverty and achieving Millennium Development Goals.

    Organized and disciplined movement towards, balanced, internationally competitive, environment friendly, and technologically driven knowledge economy for rapid and sustainable growth to become an industrialized nation in 25 years

    Evolving a mature, tolerant, democratic society, which is developed economically, culturally and imbibed with Islamic values of moderation and enlightenment, and at peace with itself and with the rest of the world.

  • Objectives (Contd.)

    Building a strong and prosperous Pakistan having a fully integrated economy with a sense of common and shared destiny.

    Protecting the rights of every citizen particularly those of children, youth, women and minorities.

    Ensuring equitable development of regions and ethnic groups.

    Minimizing wastages in the economy.

  • EXTRACTS OF PRESENTATION MADE BY DEPUTY CHAIRMAN TO PRIME MINISTER ON INDUSTRIAL SECTOR

    Industrial Sector

    An accelerated industrialization drive, based not on a fascination with industry but on the simple truth that this is the only way to develop rapidly For rapid industrialization, we must capitalize on our national strengths and forcefully tackle our weaknesses. The value added in manufacturing to increase from $17 billion in 2005 to $28.6 billion by 2010 and to $188 billion by 2030 and its share in GDP rising from 17.5% in 2005 to 21.3% in 2010 and 30% by 2030.

  • Industrial Sector (Contd.)

    Developing a National Plan of Action for Industrial Technology Development and processing expeditiously for implementation. Technology is not for the laboratory but the factory floor and the market.

    Diversification of industries besides textiles and leather in which the country has comparative advantage into: - Food processing. - Petro-chemical and inorganic industries. - Automobiles. - Non metallic mineral products. - Electronics.Present urban/industrial centers cannot accommodate this large increase; a number of industrial estates need to be set up in every province with the necessary infrastructure, self-contained utilities and ancillary facilities, including common technology support centers.

  • Industrial Sector (Contd

    Industrial corridors and specialized industrial estates to be set up by Provincial Governments along the motorways,expressways railways, with full support of Federal Government.

    Infant and pioneering industries to be protected and private sector encouraged/supported to become internationally competitive

    The government to continue to encourage the inflow of foreign investment for accelerated industrialization.

  • Industrial Sector (Contd

    The availability of proper, infrastructure facilities to be ensured to keep one step ahead of the demand. Growth must not be allowed to be retarded by poor infrastructure and excessive congestion.

    Enhancing the total factor productivity (TFP) is one of the explicit objectives of the development strategy, as without this the projected growth rates cannot be achieved.

    The recent initiatives for reduction in the cost of business will be further strengthened through reduction in procedures and red-tape, and provision of better infrastructure and energy at lower prices.

  • Small Scale Manufacturing

    Small scale manufacturing accounts for 4.3% of GD, around 25% of the manufacturing output, and 80% of employment, and plays an important role in the growth of exports.

    Raise the level of managerial expertise, technological know-how, and skills of the employees.

    Assist graduation and development into larger industrial enterprises by way of technological and training assistance.

  • PROPOSED IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR MANUFACTURING SECTOR

    Sl.No IssuesAction RequiredAction by

    1Relocation of manufacturing including design and service activities Summary to the Cabinet including policies and incentives to attract relocation from industrialized countries to Pakistan I&F &SI Wings of MOIP&SI, EDB,PIDC,BOI,EPZA

  • SUBMISSION OF MONITORING AND EVALUATION REPORT

    REGULAR MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF THE EXECUTION OF MTDF IMPLEMENTATION PLAN BY MOIP&SI AND PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DIVISION

    THE CONCERNED WINGS AND ORGANIZATIONS OF MOIP&SI WILL INITIATE EXECUTION OF PROPOSED ACTIONS AND SEND THEIR MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT TO MOIP&SI

  • MTDF (2005-10) MONTHLY PROGRAMME MONITORING AND EVALUATION REPORT MONTH NAME OF DEPARTMENT..

  • E-Mail Addressesmtdf@moip.gov.pk

    Web www.moip.gov.pkwww.pakistan.gov.pk

  • THANK YOU

  • *Civil Engineering Material

    Introduction Instructor: Dr. Attaullah Shah Lecture # 1Department of Civil EngineeringSwedish College of Engineering and Technology-Wah Cantt.

  • What is Civil Engineering? Profession of designing and executing structural works that serve the general public, including: Buildings bridges, canals, dams, harbors, lighthouses, roads, tunnels, and Environmental works (e.g., water supply systems) The modern field includes power plants, aircraft and airports, chemical-processing and water treatment plants, and water-treatment facilitiesCivil engineering today involves: Site investigations and feasibility studies, Structural design and analysis, construction, and facilities maintenance. The design of engineering works requires the application of design theory from many fields (e.g., hydraulics, thermodynamics, nuclear physics)*

  • What is Civil Engineering? A branch of engineering that encompasses the conception, design, construction, and management of residential and commercial buildings and structures, water supply facilities, and transportation systems for goods and people, as well as control of the environment for the maintenance and improvement of the quality of life.Civil engineering includes planning and design professionals in both the public design professionals in both the public and private sectors, contractors, builders, educators, and researchers. Civil engineering is a professional *

  • Engineering discipline that deals with the engineering discipline that deals with the design and construction of the physical and natural built environment, including works such as bridges, roads, canals, dams and buildings.Civil engineering is the oldest engineering discipline after military engineering, and it was defined to distinguish it from military engineeringEngineering is the application of objective knowledge to creation of plans, designs and means for achieving desired objectives.Technology deals with tools and techniques for carrying out plans.

    *What is Civil Engineering?

  • Sub Disciplines of Civil Engg.Environmental engineeringGeotechnical engineeringStructural engineeringTransportation engineeringWater resources engineeringMaterials engineeringCoastal engineeringSurveyingUrban planningConstruction engineering and Management*

  • Civil Engineering Materials Course

    Credit Hours 3 ( 2+1) Semester Weeks 16/18Evaluation/GradingHome Assignments (4) 10%Quiz test (4) unannounced 15%Midterm test: 25%Semester Exam 40%Industrial visit: Visit to a cement factory*

  • Books Text BookEngineering Materials, 5th Revised Edition by Surendra Singh.Reference BooksMaterials of Construction by S. Z. H. Syed yyBuilding Materials, 2nd Edition by S. K. Duggal, Allahabad, India.Materials of Construction by R. C. SmithEngineering Materials 3rd Revised Edition by R. K. Rajput, Patiala, Ind*

  • Course outline Cement: Chemistry, manufacture, properties, tests, types, hydration.Aggregates: Coarse and fine aggregate, properties of coarse and fine aggregate, different test to measure different properties of coarse and fine aggregate. Introduction to the manufacture, properties, types and use of concrete.Lime, chemistry, manufacture, properties, test, types, Hydration. Bricks, chemistry, manufacture, properties, tests, types, applications. Wood, types, seasoning and preservation techniques, laminated materials, gluing and joining techniques.

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  • Grand Coulee Dam

  • Building Material

    Building MaterialMaterials use for construction of buildings, highways, bridges, mostly infrastructure.Any material which is used for construction purpose is called as building material. Natural materials: Unprocessed, raw, minimally processed. Synthetic materials Industrial processingArtificially composed*

  • Material SelectionWood - Lumber, Plywood, OSB, CompositesSteel - Shapes, Rebar, Pipe, Cold-Formed, CableConcrete - Cast, Precast, Grout, Cellular, MortarAsphalt - Hot-mixed, Cold-mixed, Composites, Emulsions, CutbacksAluminum - Shapes, Pipe, Cold-FormedStone and Masonry - Clay, Concrete Block, Cut-Stone

  • Details of Syllabus StoneDefinitionClassifi