Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry
The Karachi Chamber of Commerce & Industry enjoys the singular distinction of being the premier Chamber of Pakistan, representing the mainstream of economic activities by virtue of its location in the industrial and commercial hub of the country. It was established in 1959 through the amalgamation of four trade bodies in Karachi at that time, namely, the Pakistan Merchants Association, Buyers and Shipper Chamber of Commerce Pakistan and All Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry. KCCI and its building’s history date back to 8th July 1934 when Mahatma Gandhi laid the foundation stone of Karachi Indian Merchants Association.
Pakistan Engineering Council
Its main statutory functions include registration of engineers, consulting engineers, constructors/operators and accreditation of engineering programs offered by universities/institutions, ensuring and managing of continuing professional development, assisting the Federal Government as Think Tank, establishing standards for engineering products and services besides safeguarding the interest of its members. The council shall encourage, facilitate and regulate the working of professional engineering bodies for creativity and as custodians of engineering under the umbrella of the Council.
Pakistan Software Export Board
In line with this realization, Private Software Export Board (PSEB) was established by means of an executive order vide Cabinet Division’s notification dated 12th June 1995. The said notification outlined the composition and functions of the Board. The Board of Directors comprises of seven members, all nominees of the Federal Government. Two nominees are traditionally from the private sector. The primary and most significant task entrusted with the board was the formation of a national software policy to facilitate the rapid development of the Pakistan software industry. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is a professional association with its corporate office in New York City and its operations center in Piscataway, New Jersey. It was formed in 1963 from the amalgamation of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers. Today, it is the world’s largest association of technical professionals with more than 420,000 members in over 160 countries around the world.
Canada Beyond Borders
CBB Pakistan Chapter was established in May 2012 in Karachi during a small dignified meeting held at Karachi Gymkhana. The CBB PC has constituted a Voluntary Advisory Board of Advisers from the eminent educationist and elite personalities of high stature of society. CBB PC’s focus is on Education, Special Education Inclusive, Health, Volunteerism and Housing sector. These sectors are selected after careful consideration and assessment of On Ground Realities. CBBs approach is to address the core issues of Pakistani society rather than providing a piecemeal solution. Clearly understanding the composite picture of the social issues and evolve a multitier strategy to change the mindset of society to progress on the path of civic practices. CBB acknowledge the individual contributions and efforts that are taking place in Pakistan. CBB don’t and wouldn’t want to undermine those efforts or don’t like replicate to waste resources or energy; rather CBB augment to steer their efforts by strengthening them stay focus on delivery, result-oriented and transparently follow Canadian practices eliminating knowledge gap and technology lag.
The Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Pakistan
The fantastic speed with which technological advancements are taking place in various branches of engineering and science make it imperative, in fact, inevitable for societies and institutions to be formed to deal with the study, practice and progress in the specialized subjects they cover. To achieve the objective IEEEP is making the best efforts to spread engineering education and technology through its publications and events. Thus IEEEP is playing a commendable role in promoting engineering education and profession in the country.
German Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry
German Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GPCCI) shares the mission to promote, develop and further the economic well-being of members by providing a collective voice in advocacy to represent and protect member’s interest, as well as quality services to help members enhance their competitiveness and success in their businesses thereby contributing significantly to the economic progress of both nations. Services include representation, networking, information services, business and trade development, training and consultancy services, membership development, etc.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is a professional association with its corporate office in New York City and its operations center in Piscataway, New Jersey. It was formed in 1963 from the amalgamation of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers. Today, it is the world’s largest association of technical professionals with more than 420,000 members in over 160 countries around the world.
Volunteers Pakistan Organization
Volunteers Pakistan is a non-Religious and non-Political Pakistan’s Multicultural entity. We stand united, to Respect Humanity and Harmonize Prosperity. VPO is a participatory organization that works to involve Pakistani resilient multicultural diverse communities into a vibrant centric Pakistan. Volunteers Pakistan targets to promote Skills-based volunteering for leveraging the specialized skills and talents of individuals to strengthen the infrastructure of the society, helping them to build and sustain their capacity to successfully achieve social health. This is in contrast to traditional voluntary activity, where specific training is not required. The VPO’s mission is to provide leadership in strengthening citizen engagement in all spheres of life and to serve as a catalyst for voluntary action reviving the spirit of Volunteerism of the Pakistan movement.