Funds allotted for Science and Technological Research Division in PSDP 2020-21.

Funds have been allotted for Science and Technological Research Division in PSDP 2020-21. The government has granted an amount of Rs. 4458 million so far for 10 new and 22 ongoing schemes of Science and Technological Research Division.

Funds allotted For Science And Technological Research Division In PSDP 2020-21.

Funds have been allotted for Science and Technological Research Division in PSDP 2020-21, Public Sector Development Programme. The government of Pakistan has granted an amount of Rs. 4458 million so far for 10 new and 22 ongoing schemes of Science and Technological Research Division.

According to the PSDP, the government of Pakistan has allotted a total of Rs. 783 million for the coming new schemes of the future of Science and Technological Research Division while they have reserved Rs. 3675 million for the schemes under process.

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An amount equal to Rs. 2000 million has been earmarked for Pak University of Engineering and Emerging Technologies (PUEET), Rs. 242 million for Establishment of Facilities for Industrial Production of Nanomaterials in Latif Ebrahim Jamal Nanotechnology Center (Knowledge Economy Initiative) and Rs. 218 million for Establishment of Center for Advanced Technologies in Biomedical Materials (Knowledge Economy Initiative), as all are among the major ongoing schemes

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Apart from this, Rs. 200 million has been allocated for Competitive Research Programme while Rs. 155 million for Establishment of PAK-Korea Testing Facility for PV Modules and Allied Equipment.

Also, Rs. 150 million for Establishment of Technical Training Center for Precision Mechanic and Instrument Technology, Gwadar and Rs. 110 million for the upgrading of Polymer and Plastics Laboratory at PCSIR Laboratories Complex that are based in Lahore.

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Lastly, among the new schemes Rs. 500 million has been issued for Advanced Skills Development through International Scholarships and Rs. 71 million for Monitoring Sea Level Rise and Sea Water Intrusion and Land Subsidence in Indus Deltaic Creek System with Special Reference to Sindh Coastal Cities flooding, NIO.

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