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Dr. Usman Mustafa

Dr. Usman Mustafa
Professor/Head, Department of Business Studies

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92-51-9248071
Syed Abdul Majid
Syed Abdul Majid
Research Economist
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Tel: 92-51-9248042
Mr. Saghir Mushtaq 
Staff Economist
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Tentative Annual Training Program, 2018


Title of the Training


Dates

Course Fee Participation (Rs/US$)

Govt. Employees (Rs)

Non Govt. Employees (Rs) 

Foreigners (US $)

Project Monitoring and Evaluation (PME)

February 12-24, 2018

26,000

30,000

$1000 

Project Preparation and Management (PPM)

April 16-28, 2018

16,000

20,000

$1000

Effective Communication Skills (ECS)

July 23-28, 2018

 26,000

 30,000

$500

Project Preparation and Appraisal (PPA)

October 15-27, 2018

 26,000

30,000

$1000

Result Based Management(RBM)

December 17-22, 2018

16,000

20 ,000

$1000

* Note: We also offer special tailor made courses on demand basis

Download Application form for PIDE Training Program

 

Annual Training Program, 2017


Title of the Training


Dates

Course Fee Participation (Rs/US$)

Govt. Employees (Rs)

Non Govt. Employees (Rs) 

Foreigners (US $)

Project Monitoring and Evaluation (PME)

May 08-20, 2017

26,000

30,000

$1000 

Effective Communication Skills (ECS)

July 10-15, 2017

16,000

20,000

$500

Project Preparation and Management (PPM)

September 18-29, 2017

 26,000

 30,000

$1000

Project Preparation and Appraisal (PPA)

November 13-25, 2017

 26,000

30,000

$1000

Result Based Management(RBM)

December 18-23, 2017

16,000

20 ,000

$500

* Note: We also offer special tailor made courses on demand basis

Download Application form for PIDE Training Program

 

Annual Training Program, 2016

 

Title of the Training Dates Course Fee Participation (Rs/US$)
    Govt. Employees Non Govt. Employees Foreigners (US$)
Data Analysis Techniques for Effective Decision Making February 15-20 16,000 20,000 500
Project Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) April 18-30 26,000 30,000 1,000
Essentials of Emerging Leaders July 25-30 16,000 20,000 500
Project Preparation and Management (PPM) September 19-30 26,000 30,000 1000
Result Based Management (RBM) December 05-10 16,000 20,000 500



 

Annual Training Program, 2015*

 

Title of the Training Dates Course Fee Participation (Rs/US$)
    Govt. Employees Non Govt. Employees Foreigners (US$)
Project Preparation and Appraisal (PPA) February16-28 26,000 30,000 1,000
Effective Communication Skills (ECS) April 20-25 16,000 20,000 1,000
Project Preparation and Management (PPM) August 17-29 26,000 30,000 500
Project Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) October 05-17 26,000 30,000 1,000
Result Based Management (RBM) December 14-19 16,000 20,000 1000

 

 

Annual Training Program, 2014*

 

Title of the Training Dates Course Fee Participation (Rs/US$)
    Govt. Employees Non Govt. Employees Foreigners (US$)
Project Preparation and Appraisal (PPA) January 20-31 26,000 30,000 1,000
Effective Communication Skills (ECS) February17-22 16,000 20,000 1,000
Project Preparation and Management (PPM) April  7-19 26,000 30,000 500
Effective Communication Skills (ECS) May 19-24 16,000 20,000 1,000
Project Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) June 2-14 26,000 30,000 1,000
Project Preparation and Appraisal (PPA) September 15-27 26,000 30,000 1,000
Result Based Management (RBM) November 17-22 16,000 20,000 1000

 

Annual Training Program, 2013*

 

Title of the Training Dates Course Fee Participation (Rs/US$)
    Govt. Employees Non Govt. Employees Foreigners
Effective Communication Skills (ECS) February 11-16 16,000 20,000 1,000
Project Preparation and Management (PPM) April  8-20 26,000 30,000 500
Project Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) August 19-31 26,000 30,000 1,000
Project Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) September 16-28 26,000 30,000 1000
Project Preparation and Appraisal (PPA) October 21 to November 02 26,000 30,000 1,000
Result Based Management (RBM) December 9-14 16,000 20,000 1,000

 

Annual Training Program, 2012*

 

Title of the Training Dates Course Fee Participation (Rs/US$)
    Govt. Employees Non Govt. Employees Foreigners
Project Preparation and Management (PPM) January 16-28 26,000 30,000 1000
Result Based Management April 9-14 16,000 20,000 500
Project Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) July 9-21 26,000 30,000 1000
Project Preparation and Appraisal (PPA) September 10-22 26,000 30,000 1000
 Effective Communication Skills (ECS)  November 12-17 16,000 20,000 1000

 

Annual Training Program, 2011*

 

Title of the Training Dates Course Fee Participation (Rs/US$)
    Govt. Employees Non Govt. Employees Foreigners
Project Preparation and Appraisal (PPA) January 3-15 25,000 30,000 1000
Effective Communication Skills (ECS) April 18-23 15,000 20,000 500
Gender Mainstreaming in Planning and Development (GMPD) July 11-16 15,000 20,000 500
Project Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) September 12-24 25,000 30,000 1000
Result Based Management November 21-26 15,000 20,000 1000

 

Annual Training Program, 2010*

 

Title of the Training Dates Course Fee Participation (Rs/US$)
    Govt. Employees Non Govt. Employees Foreigners
Project Preparation and Appraisal (PPA) February 15-27 25,000 30,000 1000
Effective Communication Skills (ECS) April 12-17 15,000 20,000 500
Gender Mainstreaming in Planning and Development (GMPD) June 14-19 15,000 20,000 500
Project Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) July 12-23 25,000 30,000 1000
Project Preparation and Appraisal (PPA) October 11-23 25,000 30,000 1000
Result Based Management December 6-11 15,000 20,000 1000


Download Application form for PIDE Training Program

* Note: We also offer special tailor made courses on demand basis

TITLE BRIEF DESCRIPTION RESEARCHERS FUNDING COMPLETED
i) WTO (Post Doha) and Regional Trade Agreements Opportunities and Perils for Pakistan’s Agriculture To identify different constraints (SPS, AOA etc) face Agriculture’s trade of Pakistan and to analyze Regional Trade Agreements which at the same time posses both opportunities and Perils. Usman Mustafa , MirajUl Haq and Iftikhar Ahmad PIDE June, 2009
ii) Environmental Fiscal Reform in Abbottabad: Drinking Water. To promote sustainable economic development in Pakistan.
Identify the tax structure which helps in conserving our environment. To estimate poverty and safe drinking water availability.
Usman Mustafa , MirajUl Haq and Iftikhar Ahmad PPIDE/IUCN June, 2009
iii) Environmental Fiscal Reform in Abbottabad: Solid Waste Management To promote sustainable economic development in Pakistan.
Identify the tax structure which helps in conserving our environment. To estimate poverty, and solid waste management.

Usman Mustafa , MirajUl Haq and Iftikhar Ahmad

  Sep, 2009
iv) Consumer Perception, practices Willingness to pay and Analysis of existing laws for safe Drinking Water in Pakistan To analyse the HH’s perception and demand for safe drinking water and the role of existing laws in environmental conservation in Pak. Usman Mustafa, Miraj ul Haq and Iftikhar Ahmad PIDE Oct, 2009

 

The main objective of the training programme on project planning, appraisal and evaluation is to develop the operational skills of the participants so that they can successfully plan and assess all aspects of development projects. The participants arrive from almost all sectors of the economy such as agriculture, industry, livestock, water, power, transport, education, NGOs and health.

The Division had completed a large number of training courses in project appraisal techniques, and since 1998, it has added policy analysis courses in its programme. Furthermore, the Government of Pakistan has registered PIDE as one of the several other Training Institutes to impart training linked to the Promotion Related Capacity Building of Civil Servants in BPS-17 to BPS-19 of various operational groups in the following fields (Offered on demand):
  1. Macroeconomic Planning and Management
  2. Balance of Payment
  3. Debt Management
  4. International Economics.
  5. Investment Analysis & Economic Management

 

4-week course on "Project Planning, Appraisal & Implementation Techniques"
August/September

Contents:

  • Introduction: Development Goals and Objectives
  • Importance of Feasibility Studies
  • Project Identification
  • Project Appraisal Techniques: Discounted Cash Flow Analysis)
                (i) Financial
                (ii) Economic
                (iii) Social
  • The Preparation of Annual Statements of Economic Costs and Benefits
  • Sensitivity and Risk Analysis
  • Network Analysis as an Aid to Project Planning and Appraisal

2-week Course on "Monitoring & Evaluation Techniques"
October/November
Contents:

  • Stages in the Project Cycle: Project Implementation and Management.
  • Key Terms, Concepts and Purposes of Monitoring & Evaluation.
  • Sources of Data for Monitoring and Evaluation.
  • Performance Indicators for Monitoring and Evaluation.
  • Project Monitoring and Evaluation Procedures in Pakistan and the Relationship of the Project Topics to the PC Performa.
  • Network Analysis/CPM/PERT and Bar Charts as Implementation and Management Techniques.

 

2-week course on "Macro-economic Planning and Management"
February
Contents:

  • Macroeconomics: A Broader Perspective
  • Investment, Savings and Growth
  • Introduction to National Accounts
  • Input/Output Tables
  • Domestic Resource Mobilization
  • Fiscal Policy & Development
  • Supply and Demand for Money
  • Exchange Rate Policy
  • International Institutions
  • Quantitative Techniques
  • Foreign Direct Investment

 

2-week Course on Preparation and Appraisal of Development Projects
April/May

Contents:

  • Project Identification
  • Project Appraisal Techniques: (Discounted Cash Flow Analysis)
                 (i) Financial
                 (ii)  Economic
                 (iii) Social
  • The Preparation of Annual Statements of Economic Costs and Benefits
  • Sensitivity and Risk Analysis

 

1-week Course on "Result Based Management
June & November

Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Basic concepts
  • Tools
  • Application

 

Daily Sessions
Period: 

1: 09:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Tea Break at 10:30 a.m.
2: 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Lunch Break at 12:30 p.m.
3: 01:30 p.m. to 03:00 p.m.
Friday
1: 09:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
2: 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

TITLE BRIEF DESCRIPTION RESEARCHERS FUNDING STATUS (DATE OF COMPLETION)
        ON-GOING COMPLETED
i) WTO (Post Doha) and Regional Trade Agreements Opportunities and Perils for Pakistan’s Agriculture To identify different constraints (SPS, AOA etc) face Agriculture’s trade of Pakistan and to analyze Regional Trade Agreements which at the same time posses both opportunities and Perils. Usman Mustafa , MirajUl Haq and Iftikhar Ahmad PIDE   June, 2009
ii) Environmental Fiscal Reform in Abbottabad: Drinking Water. To promote sustainable economic development in Pakistan.
Identify the tax structure which helps in conserving our environment. To estimate poverty and safe drinking water availability.
Usman Mustafa , MirajUl Haq and Iftikhar Ahmad PPIDE/IUCN   June, 2009
iii) An Analysis of the Economic Costs of Conflict and its Socio Demographic Causes and Implications for Pakistan To contribute a research-based discourse on conflict and violence and their causes in Pakistan which can enable policy formation and implementation through public/private partnerships, and be disseminated in a variety of ways including through the media Usman Mustafa, G. M. Arif, and Sofia Mumtaz British High Commission/PIDE Dec, 2009  
iv) Impact of Agricultural Loan on Farmers Income and Crop Productivities To assess impact of Bank’s initiative of different agricultural loaning and to calculate its impacts on farmer income, crop productivity and on overall economy. Syed Abdul Majid and Usman Mustafa PIDE Dec, 2010  
v) Environmental Fiscal Reform in Abbottabad: Solid Waste Management To promote sustainable economic development in Pakistan.
Identify the tax structure which helps in conserving our environment. To estimate poverty, and solid waste management.

Usman Mustafa , MirajUl Haq and Iftikhar Ahmad

    Sep, 2009
vi) Environmental Fiscal Reform in Abbottabad: Decentralization To promote sustainable economic development in Pakistan.
To review the decentralization process in Pakistan in general and specifically in Abbottabad.
To recommend policy recommendation for an effective implementation of EFR.
Usman Mustafa PIDE Dec, 2009  
vii) Environmental Fiscal Reform in Abbottabad: Poverty Alleviation and Environmental Conservation To promote sustainable economic development in Pakistan. To review the decentralization process in Pakistan in general and specifically in Abbottabad. To recommend policy recommendation for an effective implementation of EFR. Usman Mustafa PIDE/IUCN Dec, 2009  
viii) Willingness to pay for solid waste management (A case study of district Abbottabad)
IUCNPIDE Project
To analysis House Holds, presumption, practices and their willingness to pay for solid waste management. How much they are willing to pay for improved solid waste management services? Usman Mustafa, Iftikhar Ahmad and Miraj ul Haq IUCN/PIDE Dec, 2009  
ix) Public Demand for Safe Drinking Water (A case study of District Peshawar) To analyze the gap between demand and supply for safe drinking water in district Peshawar.  To measure HHs ability & their willingness to Pay (WTP) for improved water services and quality.  To highlight issues and factors influencing WTP in different location (rural, urban) of the district.  Propose policy recommendations. Iftikhar Ahmad, Miraj ul Haq and Abdul Sattar PIDE Dec, 2009  
x) Consumer Perception, practices Willingness to pay and Analysis of existing laws for safe Drinking Water in Pakistan To analyse the HH’s perception and demand for safe drinking water and the role of existing laws in environmental conservation in Pak. Usman Mustafa, Miraj ul Haq and Iftikhar Ahmad PIDE   Oct, 2009

 

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