Broadband subscribers ISLAMABAD (PR) - Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) has offered exciting new promotions during the holy month of Ramadan for its broadband subscribers, says a press release. Realising its position as a socially responsible company and contributing towards building the human resource for development and prosperity of the country, PTCL will sponsor millions of rupees towards the educational expenses of its subscribers applying for PTCL broadband connection during the month of Ramazan. Fifty lucky winners selected via a transparent process of lucky draw after the end of Ramazan will be given educational assistance worth Rs 100,000 each. This offer would be applicable for all new PTCL broadband student package subscribers. Moreover, to further develop professionals in various professional fields in Pakistan, PTCL is providing convenient online educational courses such as project management, setting up of home businesses, computer and IT courses to anyone applying for a PTCL broadband connection during the month of Ramadan. During Ramazan new applicants for PTCL Broadband service can apply for a free internationally recognised easy learning card that has an actual worth of Rs4,000. This easy learning card will provide them with an opportunity to acquire an internationally recognized 'online 'certified qualification to help further their careers in the int'l market as well. The SEVP Commercial Naveed Saeed said the initiatives would enforce PTCLs image as a socially responsible organisation contributing towards the educational sector of Pakistan. Flood reasons Board sought OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Pakistan Mutahida Kisan Mahaz (PMKM) has demanded the government to form a 'board comprising water experts, engineers, farmers and representatives from the flood affected people to know about the reasons of the recent floods as well as coping with such catastrophe in future. According to a press statement of PMKM issued here on Thursday, it is must to bring the revolutionary reforms in the Federal Flood Commission by evolving a comprehensive strategy in this regard. The PMKM chief Ayoub Khan Mayo alleged that funds issued to the Federal Flood Commission, provincial flood relief commissioners and Irrigation departments have been embezzled instead of using them for the constructions and reforms.