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Islamabad 11th August 2010): Pakistan Institute of Trade and Development (PITAD) has successfully conducted its 18th Specialised Training Programme (STP). Ten Probationary officers of Commerce and Trade Group have successfully completed the programme and been awarded with Certificates of Completion. The STP mainly constituted the following courses;

International Trade Theory
Pakistan Economy and Foreign Trade
Multilateral Trading System
Trade Development in Pakistan: Public Policy and Practice
Global Marketing and Export Management
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This nine-month training program comprised class rooms sessions to introduce the probationers with international trade practices along with foreign visit to United States Department of Commerce (USDOC), USA . It commenced on the 11th of November, 2009 and completed on 15th of August, 2010. The closing ceremony of STP training was held on 11th August, 2010 at 10 pm at Ministry of Commerce, Islamabad. Secretary Commerce Mr. Zafar Mahmood graced the occasion as Chief Guest.
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Passing out of 18th STP was a held in Ministry of Commerce ..... Probationary officer are very happy on the completion of their training, they are really eager to join their respective departments to solve this mystery that how much of what they have learned during STO+ CTP can be applied practically ....

Lessons on Economics, Pakistan Economy, Trade Theory were wonderful, teachers did wonderful job.....
Better teaching methods could have been used for WTO and Marketing

Some of the subject are just not required e.g. knowledge management etc etc ... some of the modules in other subjects are also not very related to the overall schema of things

And most importantly on top of everything Trip to USA was great, it was a wonderful opportunity to learn and have fun ....
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