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GCT

or G.C.T.,

Greenwich Civil Time.
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Several other projects programmed by the GCT are still blocked and calls for tenders for their implementation have not yet been launched.
To address this, GCT has worked closely with these engineers to develop a charge only version.
'Chenab Engineering has signed MoU with GCT for the practical training of the students of CNC program,' he said and added that the passed out students have completed practical portion of their course in Chenab Engineering and now these students are in a position to independently manage and work on latest and state-of-the-art machines.
GCT's GDM7243i chip supports two complementary connectivity modes: cellular and Sigfox.
Bassem Hassan Mohamed will look to repeat his last year's heroics, while Sheikh Ali bin Khalid al-Thani will be eyeing his first win as the Global Champions Tour (GCT) returns to Al Shaqab from tomorrow.
Since unveiling the world's first hybrid (cellular and Sigfox) solution for the Internet of Things (IoT) in September 2017, Sigfox and GCT have grown their hybrid connectivity ecosystem to include module makers, device manufacturers and SIM card vendors.
GCT was suspected on the basis of the pathology report by intraoperative frozen sample.
When completed, the project is expected to generate 368,000 kWh of power every year, which would help cover part of GCT's electricity expenses.
This will be the sixth school project of GCT in Mehran Town alone whereas in all GCT runs 153 schools purely on charitable basis in backward, remote, and rural areas of Karachi and interior Sindh.
The Green Crescent Trust (GCT) has appealed to the concerned philanthropists and members of the business fraternity for extending donations and Zakat contributions during and post Ramazan to help the GCT's drive to increase enrollment of students to 100,000 in two years in its network of 150 plus charitable schools in Sindh.
'Our schools have been present and imparting quality education in such remote and rural areas of Sindh where the government's own schooling system either don't exist at all or is in sheer shambles,' said Chief Executive Officer of GCT Zahid Saeed.