The government chose to execute six agriculture projects in the Capital of Pakistan, worth Rs. 78.5 million. Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of Cabinet, will be asked to support Rs. 78.5 million funds for the ICT administration by The Ministry of National Food Security and Research (NFS&R).
Agriculture is the foundation of Pakistan’s economy, contributing around 19% to the GDP. The incumbent government has recognized a few significant ventures as a piece of the Prime Minister’s drive on farming to be executed all through the country to improve the capability of the Agricultural area.
Ministry of NFS&R is planning and financing the program at the public level, and the umbrella PC-1s of the activities incorporate ICT parts to be executed by the ICT organization.
The service had requested that ECC support give up Rs. 78.5 million for six tasks, including Rs. 18 million for the National Program for Improvement of Watercourses (Phase-II) (NPIW-II) as an ICT project, Rs. 5 million for Productivity Enhancement of Wheat project, Rs. 16 million National Program for Enhancing Command Areas in Barani Areas of Pakistan project, Rs. 15 million Prime Minister’s drive for Saving the Calf project, Rs. 19.500 million Calf Feedlot Fattening in Pakistan, and Rs. 5 million for Development of Backyard Poultry project in ICT.