Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), GSMA and Central Asian Cellular Forum (CACF) held its capacity building training workshop on “Advanced Spectrum Management For Mobile Telecommunications” at PTA headquarters in Islamabad under its strategic agreement to conduct a series of workshops in the region. Spectrum Management for Mobile World is a growing trend and the workshop was conducted by experts from GSMA at PTA Headquarters to enhance the policy & regulatory environment for the successful growth of spectrum in Pakistan. PTA & GSMA Holds Workshop on advanced Spectrum Management For Mobile Telecommunications. It is a two-day workshop that focuses on Spectrum Management For Mobile Telecommunications.
Chairman PTA, Muhammad Naveed thanked the GSMA team who took out time to visit Pakistan for this workshop and shared their knowledge and experience. PTA is in the process of redrafting regulatory framework and its opportune time to take advantage of the recommendations by GSMA.
PTA, GSMA & CACF organized Workshop on Advanced Spectrum Management For Mobile Telecommunications
The expert from GSMA Cristian Gomez, Director Spectrum Policy APAC while conducting the workshop on “Advanced Spectrum Management For Mobile Telecommunications”, discussed case studies of regulatory environment and sector forces driving spectrum allocation and assignment in APAC.
Last year, the GSMA Capacity Building Programme and the Central Asian Cellular Forum (CACF) signed a strategic agreement to deliver GSMA course content in several countries across Central Asia including Pakistan, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. This workshop was another training session under this agreement. The fundamental objective of the agreement between these two organizations is to help policymakers, regulators and other mobile eco-system stakeholders to keep pace with the latest industry developments through training courses that highlight examples of policy and regulatory best practice from around the world.