2. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY.
3. OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY.
4. ACTUAL DISCUSSION/ANALYSIS.
6. RECOMMANDATION AND SUGGESTIONS.
7. SCOPE OF THE STUDY.
In today’s contemporary world, there are certain threats that have become the most significant issues for the world economy to deal with. These include an ever increasing population, intensifying regional conflicts and the most severe threats of all; the depleting power and energy reserves. Electricity shortage and load shedding is a phenomena that is not new to Pakistan but……………..
2. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY:
Pakistan has been facing an unprecedented energy crisis since the last few years. Its energy need are likely to be doubled in the next decade as energy consumption in Pakistan is severely high with various sectors such as agriculture, industrial, commercial etc. consuming high level of energy. The power sector is consuming 33.1 percent of the total produced crude oil and 37.2 percent of gas, coming from 173 gas fields operating in the country…………….
3. OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY:
Making policies has never been the plight of our government. It is the lack of implementation which keeps the wheel of crisis moving. Today our government not only needs to take initiatives and hard decisions it also needs to give a boost to the dying economy by providing unimpeded supply of power to industries……………
4. ACTUAL DISCUSSION ANALYSIS:
The country was in a mess already issues like inflation, poverty; bad governance; terrorism and corruption were not enough for the nation that now the load shedding has gripped the masses. It seems that government likes to keep itself in notorious lime light. The electric load shedding situation has worsened over the last two years. The government has very easily put the blame on the previous regimes for not doing much in the...