Mr. Muhammad Alamgir Chaudhry
Chief Executive Officer,
National Productivity Organization
Mr. Muhammad Alamgir Chaudhry has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer, National Productivity Organization (NPO), Ministry of Industries & Production (MoI&P), Government of Pakistan for a period of 3 years.
With professional working experience of more than 28 years at various key positions, his last position was Chief Executive Officer, Technology Up-gradation & Skill Development Company (TUSDEC). He has diverse experience of SME Development, Innovation & Technology Up-Gradation, Enterprise Development and Project Management. He has worked closely with stakeholders representing Federal / Provincial Governments, private sector and donor agencies (World Bank, JICA, UNIDO, UNDP and GIZ etc.).
He earned his Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from U.E.T., Lahore and also holds Advance Diploma in Business Management from London, UK under British Council Scholarship. He has attended various executive courses from the World’s leading institutes including CASIN Switzerland, USQ Australia, ABE London UK and JPC Tokyo Japan etc.
Earlier he has served as CEO SMEDA, MoI&P the leading SME development agency of the Government of Pakistan. He led the process of institutional reform at SMEDA that resulted in launch of new initiatives and partnerships with stakeholders from the private sector, as well as international development agencies. Before joining SMEDA, he had worked on leading positions in Agriculture Department, Government of Punjab, Pakistan Industrial Technical Assistance Center (PITAC) and Punjab Vocational Training Council (PVTC).
With strong leadership qualities, he has played an instrumental role in bringing about a paradigm shift to uplift and develop SMEs in Pakistan, especially in the area of technology innovation & upgradation and skills development. It is envisioned that under the dynamic leadership of Mr. Muhammad Alamgir Chaudhry, NPO Pakistan will be further strengthened and continue its productivity journey for making Pakistan more productive and competitive.