The National Vocational and Technical Training Commission Executive Director alleged Pakistan, in collaboration with China, will establish state-of-the-art technical and vocational institutes at strategic nodes along the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) route
The skilled youth was the most powerful tool for poverty alleviation and could play an important role in the socio-economic development of the country, proclaimed NAVTTC Executive Director Zulfiqar Ahmad Cheema.
TVET institutes will be established by China-Pakistan in Gilgit, Mansehra, D I Khan, Abbottabad, Quetta and Gwadar
China, to boost cooperation with Pakistan in the technical and vocational sector, would establish TVET institutes at Gilgit, Mansehra, D I Khan, Abbottabad, Quetta and Gwadar in regards with CPEC.
Cheema said NAVTTC, as an advisory body to the federal government on TVET, had taken vital initiatives to introduce reforms in the current technical and vocational system of Pakistan.
“The Commission has initiated some new steps including the establishment of Job Placement Centre and introducing competency-based training throughout the country.” He further added.
2018 will be the year of Pakistan-China fiber optic cable project completion
Cheema advised the two countries to enhance cooperation to reboot the TVET system in Pakistan as well.
The NAVTTC Executive Director further whispered the skilled youth was the most powerful tool for poverty alleviation and could play an important role in the socio-economic development of the country.