Introduction/ Vision, Mission, Aims

The Pakistan Manpower Institute was established  is 1975 and is an attached department of Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training .Pakistan Manpower Institute is one of the leading training organizations in the country having  a  mandate to impart training to the managers and executives of public and private sector organizations of Pakistan in the field of Human Resource management (HRM), Human  Resource Development (HRD), Human Resource Planning (HRP) and other  related issues of national and international significance.

  • Vision

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. 

  • Mission

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.

  • Aims & Objectives

PMI carries forward its mandate under the following aims and objectives.

To maintain PMI for training of employees of public and private sector organizations and do relevant research work  as the Federal Government may determine,

To provide advanced knowledge concerning ways and means for better utilization of Human Resource Development in Pakistan,

To provide advanced training in professional techniques for manpower planning and administration,

To promote a broad perspective of requirement of trained manpower for economic development in different fields,

To provide manpower research services to Government departments, public corporations and private establishments,

To stimulate interest in manpower problems generally, and to cooperate with and assist other manpower research agencies, institutions or professional associations and,

To cooperate with international agencies engaged in manpower research and arrange for inter-changes of personnel, materials and data. 

·         Methodology

·        Organizing training courses for the officers and executives from public and private sector organizations.

·     Conducting seminars, conferences, workshops and panel discussions.

Conducting research and collecting data relating to the current socio- economic issues, human resource development, its utilization and management.