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Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiar
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Latest News

APO Top Talk with Regional Awardee 2021 Dr. Kamran Moosa, Chief Executive, PIQC Institute of Quality, Pakistan on Productivity-led World-class Organizations... More »

Federal Secretary Ministry of Industries & Production (Moi&P), Mr. Jawwad Rafique Malik Conferred APO Regional Award 2021 to Dr. Kamran Moosa.... More »

NPO invites for Public auction of used vehicle (Suzuki Cultus Model 2010), dated 10th November 2021 at NPO Regional Office, 234, Main Ferozepur Road, PITAC Building, Lahore... More »

National Productivity Organization (NPO), Ministry of Industries & Production organized an awareness session for woman entrepreneurs on September 30, 2021.... More »

APO Productivity Talk on Energy Efficiency for Green Growth Energy, 10:00 am (PST), 14th September 2021... More »

In celebration of its 60th anniversary, the APO Governing Body issued the ‘Tokyo Statement on the Centrality of Productivity’ underlining a continued commitment to promote productivity in the region.... More »

Upcoming Programs

National Training Programs:

Understanding Emotional Intelligence at Work for Improved Productivity, 29-Nov-2021, Online... More »

Emerging Trends in Supply Chain Management, 30-Nov-2021, Online... More »

Managers to Leaders Productive Transformation, 30-Nov-2021, Online... More »

Be a Great Leader, 30-Nov-2021, Online... More »

Policy Making in Human Resource Management, 02-Dec-2021, Online... More »

ISO 45001:2018 Occupational Health & Safety Management System, 09-Dec-2021, Online... More »

ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems, 23-Dec-2021, Online... More »

International Training Programs:

21-IP-15-GE-WSP-A: Workshop on Food Storage Models by Pakistan and APO, Japan...More »

21-CP-13-GE-TRC-B: Training Course on Strategic Management for Public sector Productivity Enhancement by Sri Lanka...More »

21-CP-06-GE-WSP-A: Workshop on Nurturing Social Enterprises by APO Secretariat, Japan...More »

21-IP-01-GE-WSP-A: Workshop on Adoption of Industry 4.0 Applications for SMEs by Bangladesh and APO Secretariat, Japan...More »

21-CP-60-GE-WSP-B: Workshop on Agroecological Systems by Cambodia and APO, Japan...More »

21-CP-14-GE-TRC-B: Training Course on Data Analysis and Applications for Digitization in SMEs by Thailand and APO Secretariat, Japan...More »

21-CP-21-GE-TRC-B: Training Course on Energy Audits and Management by India and APO Secretariat, Japan...More »

Self-learning e-Course:

19-I N-06-GE-D LN-A-01 Self-learning e-Course on Basic Smart Manufacturing 101 in a Blockchain-driven Era...More »

19-AG-17-GE-DLN-A-01: Self-learning e-Course on Smart Transformation of Agriculture...More »

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 productivity.

NPO Pakistan presently operates under the umbrella of the Ministry of Industries & Production(MoI&P), Government of Pakistan and has established research and resource institution working with the support of Asian Productivity Organization (APO) Tokyo-Japan. NPO is also working as a Liaison Office of Asian Productivity Organization (APO) which represents 21 Asian Countries with the mandate to promote productivity and quality consciousness among the public and private sector organization. read more »