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PTEVTA launched awareness drive on TVET in schools

MULTAN, March 20, 20114: Punjab Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (Punjab-TEVTA) on Saturday launched a sensitization campaignto create awareness among the students from general stream of education on technical education & vocational training (TVET). In this connection the Punjab-TEVTA ...

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NCRC approved three new competency based training programmes for Pakistan

LAHORE, March 14, 2014: National Curriculum Review Committee(NCRC) of the National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) after Industry Validation attended by a large number of industry representatives has approved three Competency Based Training (CBT) programmes i.e. Hair Styling, Skin ...

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FATA to have 6 vocational counselling & job placement centers

PESHAWAR, March 13, 2014: Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) Secretariat will set up six Vocational Counselling and Job Placement centres with updated labour market information to provide better employment opportunities for the youth of the area. These centres will provide ...

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Project launched for fisheries sector development in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Feb 20, 2014. Fisheries Development Board (FDB) launched a project of technology transfer through training and technical backstopping in the fisheries and aquaculture sector in collaboration with the TVET Reform Support Programme, which is co-funded by the European Union, ...

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15 TVET institutes accredited

ISLAMABAD, Feb 14, 2014: National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) has awarded accreditation to 15 institutes, imparting technical education and vocational training (TVET) in the public and private sector. A decision to award accredit these TVET institutes was taken ...

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GPATI launched in Punjab

LAHORE, Dec 17, 2013: The Government of Punjab on Tuesday launched the Germany Pakistan Training Initiative (GPATI) with 46 companies signing up for the new approach to produce market-oriented qualified workforce in Pakistan. The new initiative has been launched initially ...

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