To make Pakistan Manpower Institute commercially viable and functionally stable and sustainable progressive training body committed to gain a reputation of excellence in delivering quality training. 


To Make Pakistan Manpower Institute an impact training Institute through seeking Public – Private partnership, collaborations , Joint ventures and exploring new ventures for possible interventions for providing quality learning experiences for individuals, organizations and industry through innovative and customized training in vibrant  disciplines helpful in career advancement  and professional development. 

PMI Auditorium is available on rent for seminars, workshops, trainings, conferences, business meetings

Introduction and Background

Pakistan Manpower Institute (PMI) was established in 1975 as an attached department of the Ministry of Labour and Manpower (Devolved).After the 18th constitutional amendment the administrative control of PMI has been given to the newly established Ministry of Education and Trainings.

 As per its charter of functions, the Institute conducts training courses, workshops and seminars in the area of human resource development planning and management with focus on labour related issues, and Information technology for the officers and executives from public and private sector organizations. In addition to that the Institute undertakes research work in the discipline concerned. The institute disseminates information and research findings on the problems relating to human resources such as employment, unemployment, labour issues, gender equality etc. To achieve its objective the Institute enjoys close cooperation with all the Federal Ministries/departments, Provincial Governments, Academic Institutions and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).

The Institute is actively collaborating with International Organizations also towards improving HRD activities. The Institute has worked in collaboration with Asian Regional Team for Employment Promotion (ARTEP), Asian and Pacific Project for Labour Administration (ARPLA), International Labour Organization (ILO) and United Nations Development Fund (UNDP). Presently, PMI is one of the founder member Institutes of ILO/JILPT Networking of National Institutes for Labour Studies of Asia and Pacific Countries. PMI has already completed five research studies under this Networking..