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Electic crisis in pakistan

  1. 1. ELECTRICITY CRISIS IN PAKISTAN PRESENTED BY: ABDUL HADI PUNJWANI REGISTRATION NO. 20503
  2. 2. LOADSHEDDING  PAKISTAN IS THIRD WORLD DEVELOPING COUNTRY WHICH IS AFFECTED BY THE ENERGY CRSIS. THE MAJOR ISSUE IS ELECTRIC CRISIS.
  3. 3. LOADSHEDDING AFFECTS ON: INDUSTRIES  Manufacturing industries utilize 33% production cost in terms of electricity. An increase in electric cost will effect directly the production cost.
  4. 4. LOADSHEDDING AFFECTS ON: STUDENTS  If the load shedding happens at evening then you have to study with candles which is very stressful. If the climate is hot, than it is also a big problem.
  5. 5.  If the load shedding happens during day time, when you are attending a class then, also everyone feel uncomfortable and can’t concentrate on the lecture. Even the teacher also become irritated.
  6. 6. SOLUTIONS To overcome loadshedding, here are some suggestions.
  7. 7. NUCLEAR ENERGY  Pakistan is in need of electrical energy very badly and urgently. Pakistan should lookout for nuclear energy possibilities, government must take some serious action about it.
  8. 8. CONCLUSION It is not easily possible to any of these projects because of country critical condition. If we now keep in our mind that we have to get rid of these crisis, then we have to change our life style. We have to save energy. THE UNNECESSARY USED OF ELECTRIC MUST BE STOPPED.
  9. 9. ITS BETTER TO CUT THE DARKNESS THAN TO LIGHT THE CANDLES THANKYOU FOR LISTENING
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