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It is to inform that due to fire incident in NPO head office building at Islamabad, all training activities at Islamabad are postponed, while operations at regional / sub-offices will continue as usual. The next schedule of trainings at Islamabad will be posted as soon as the operations become smooth. For further queries, please contact at info@npo.gov.pk




National Productivity Organization

National Productivity Organization (NPO) is the sole Government body undertaking PRODUCTIVITY with QUALITY INITIATIVES in Pakistan. NPO promotes enhancement of productivity culture in Public and Private sector Organization by providing training, seminars, workshops, consultancy, release of index surveys, qualification certification, promotion of a comprehensive understanding of energy and the environment, research on productivities.     read more »

Latest News

58th Workshop Meeting of NPOs Heads in Seoul, Republic of Korea, October 24-26, 2017.... More »

APO Japan & NPO Pakistan to develop demo companies on Energy Efficiency... More »

International e-learning course on Customer Satisfaction Management for the Service Sector held on 21 - 24 August, 2017, at Islamabad... More »

Made in Gilgit Project Closing Ceremony 9th May 2017, Lok Virsa, Islamabad... More »

Made in Gilgit Exhibition 7 - 9 May 2017, Lok Virsa, Islamabad... More »

Upcoming Training Programs

National Training Programs:

E-learning course on ICT-based services for agriculture extension, 27-Nov-2017, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad... More »

E-Learning Course on Management Innovation in SMEs , 11-Dec-2017, Karachi... More »

International Training Programs:

16-IN-60-SPP-TRC-B: Training Program on Productivity Improvement for the Supporting Industry...More »

17-1N-20-GE-TRC-B: Training of Trainers on Lean Manufacturing for SMEs...More »

17-RP-37-SPP-CON-B: Forum on Women's Labor Force Participation and Productivity Enhancement...More »

17-AG-29-GE-CON-B: Forum on Strengthening Food Safety Standards...More »

17-IN-83-SPP-OSM-A: Study Mission on Productivity Enhancement through Applications of Industry 4.0 in Japan...More »

International e-Learning Programs:

Food Safety Risk Management in Food supply chains...More »

ICT-based services for agriculture extension...More »

Management Innovation in SMEs ...More »

Self-learning e-Course:

Self-learning e-Course on the Occupational Health and Safety Management System, (OHSAS 18001)...More »

Self Learning e-Course for the agriculture Sector...More »

Self-learning e-Course for the Industry and Service Sectors...More »

Self-learning e-Course on Good Agricultural Practices (GAP)...More »

Self-learning e-Course on Controlled-environment Agriculture...More »

Self-learning e-Course on Food Safety Management...More »

Self-learning e-Course on Productivity Tools and Techniques (Advanced)...More »

17-1N-06-GE-DLN-A-04 2: Self-learning e-Course on Applying Green Productivity Based on ISO 14001 Standards...More »

17-1N-06-GE-DLN-A-05 2: Self-learning e-Course on Material Flow Cost Accounting (ISO 14051)...More »

17-1N-06-GE-DLN-A-06: Self-learning e-Course on Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation (Basic)...More »

CEO Message :   Mr. Abdul Ghaffar Khattak The rapid pace of globalization, increasing competition for investment and integration of global supply chains put premium on the ability of all actors in Pakistan economy to move into the phase of high value addition. Productivity enhancement presently is a key for our survival in international market.
Keeping in view the global challenges, NPO is striving to promote productivity and quality in almost all sector of the Pakistan economy. NPO aspires to move Pakistan into the phase of high value addition through its services. On one hand through research and consultancy services we are improving institutional factors of overall productivity. On the other hand through training and incubation services we are working on supply side factors of productivity.
Currently efficient/developed economies in the world generate much more GDP than least efficient/developed countries with the same amount of energy. NPO through its energy audits services have identified substantial energy saving possibilities by recommending world's best practices in energy usage.
Mr. Abdul Ghaffar Khattak (CEO, NPO Pakistan) .View Profile »