NECP

AcronymDefinition
NECPNational Eye Care Project (now Seniors EyeCare Program)
NECPNon-Engineering Change Proposal
NECPNew England Canoe Polo (Massachusetts)
NECPNational Emergency Command Post
NECPNetwork Element Control Processor (Ciena)
NECPNetwork Engineering Capacity Planning (Sprint)
NECPNational Entrepreneurs Chemical Park (India)
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Under the NECP, the government will protect the culture of neglected and minority communities, to promote the pluralistic face of Pakistan at international level.
Two years ago the NECP launched its Case for Culture, whose aims include increasing participation in arts and culture, developing and retaining talent and maximising the economic benefits of culture over a 15-year period.
Cyprus' draft NECP for the period 2021-2030, includes policies and measures concerning various sectors to achieve the objectives set.
He added that amendments as per demands of the National Education Council Pakistan (NECP) be made and representation of the schools increased from four to eight.
According to NECP, the creative and cultural industries generate PS755m of GVA each year and employ more than 20,000 people in 6,000 organisations.
Conclusion: Our study results suggested that NCEP ATPIII and IDF are the most reliable criteria for diagnosing metabolic syndrome in type 2 diabetic patients, with NECP capturing more patients in comparison to IDF definition.
The official said the National Energy Conservation Policy (NECP), prepared by ENERCON through an extensive consultative process involving all stakeholders, is a contribution to the national effort to steer the country out of a difficult energy supply situation by promoting efficient use of energy resources.
This can be achieved by setting up NECP - National Energy Commission of Pakistan to be jointly overseen by the trio of The Chief Justice, The Army Chief and the State Bank Governor.
ISLAMABAD, May 11 -- Capital cost of 1,000 megawatts (MW) power generation worth Rs $1.5 billion and around $500 million in state of transmission and distribution cost can be saved with implementation of National Energy Conservation Plan (NECP) across the country.
When asked about the Government's plans to deal with the energy shortages, he said, a six-point agenda has been formulated to curb electricity shortfall, which includes better usage of available resources, making efforts to gain more fuel, announcement of National Electricity Conservation Policy (NECP), improvement in performance of electricity distribution companies and improvement in load management.