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All research reports prepared by the Ministry must be available on its website for the benefit of researchers, students and policy makers: Mathar Niaz Rana

Dated : 19 July 2020

Secretary Planning, Mathar Niaz Rana chaired a meeting of senior officers of the Ministry to discuss possible ways for improvement of working conditions of the Ministry here in Islamabad on Sunday. The officers of Economist group and other sections of the Ministry apprised the secretary about functioning of the economic planning, policy development, initiatives, project designing and implementation methodology, and sectorial challenges concerns and way forward.

During the meeting, the participants discussed the structure of the Working Plan, considered the proposals on its development and determined the priority missions for future.

Secretary Planning said that the purpose of this meeting is to improve the coherence of the departments within sections. The Secretary has given go-ahead to fill empty posts of the Planning Ministry, and instructed them to implement it in accordance with the rules and regulations.


Secretary Planning desired that all research reports prepared by the Ministry must be available on its website for the benefit of researchers, students and policy makers. Secretary appointed a senior officer to supervise the assigned task.