|Welding training for flood affectees and IDPs, D.G Khan, S.Punjab
|Date of Approval
|15 March, 2012
|Number of Beneficiaries
|Punjab Vocational Technical Training Council
A center of excellence will be established for welding and fabrication to rehabilitate the flood affectees and IDPs. Demand driven vocational skills trainings will be provided for improving productivity of the trainees and also meet the needs of the employers. This particular region of Punjab suffered from natural disaster and based on the needs of the industry and working with the educational constraints of the population, these trainings will lead to poverty reduction.
For further details;
Major Ghazanfar Abbas Manager, Curriculum
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