NAVTTC starts second Youth Skill Development Programme
June 23rd, 2015 | Ahsan Jamil | No Comments
STAFF REPORT ISB: National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) has started the second episode of Prime Minister Youth Skill Development Programme with an aim to provide Skill Development Training to 25,000 Unemployed Youth (belonging from lower and middle class families) including 35% of girls. The training will be provided in Islamabad and will help to alleviate poverty by opening employment avenues.
The trainings encompasses 100 demand driven trades including Information Technology, accountancy, health safety environment, web designing, textile designing, tunnel farming etc.
The duration of Programs is 4 to 6 months (including 1 month On-Job-Training) Monthly stipend of Rs. 2,500/- (Rs. 3,500 for FATA Trainees) will be given to the selected trainees. In few trades free Tool-Kits will also be provided. The training will be provided in 350 public and private sector Technical and Vocational Training Institutes, across the country.
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