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LAHORE: China will train skilled workforce for the Sahiwal Coal Power Plant. Technical
Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) with the cooperation of Beijing LEVCN
Electric Technology Ltd China will arrange this training program.
This was stated by Chairperson TEVTA Irfan Qaiser Sheikh in a meeting with 4 member
delegation of Beijing LEVCN Electric Technology Ltd. China at TEVTA Secretariat. The
delegation was led by General Manager
STAFF REPORT LHR: Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) will certify 28,000 uncertified skilled force through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) programme by June 30.
TEVTA has issued nationally as well as globally recognized certificates to 19,000 upto April 15, 2016. This programme is successfully in progress across the Punjab province.
Chairperson TEVTA Irfan Qaiser Sheikh said this while addressing the progress review meeting of RPL programme for
STAFF REPORT LHR: Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) will certify 28,000 uncertified skilled
force through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) programme by June 30.
TEVTA has issued nationally as well as globally recognized certificates to 19,000 upto April 15, 2016. This programme is
successfully in progress across the Punjab province.
Chairperson TEVTA Irfan Qaiser Sheikh said this while addressing the progress review meeting of
STAFF REPORT ISB: As many as 2,028,920 Pakistanis have got employment abroad in different categories and professions during the last two and a half years, a senior official in the Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resources Development said.
"During the last five years (2011-2015), around 3,417,231 Pakistanis had proceeded abroad for employment through Bureau of Emigration and Overseas Employment," the official said while talking to this scribe in Islamabad.
STAFF REPORT LHR: The Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) Punjab has developed the world’s sixth and Pakistan’s first online Skilled Labour Market Information System (SLMIS) which will be functional from the next month.
At present, UK, Korea, Malaysia, Philippine and Sri Lanka are using labour market information systems. All these systems have been studied in the development of SLMIS by Punjab TEVTA.
"The SLMIS developed by TEVTA Punjab will provide
STAFF REPORT LHR: Professionals at an event stressed the need for building highly skilled and tech-savvy work force in line with the world’s fast transition to technology to improve productivity efficiently and effectively.
"Through intelligent software and internet technology, we will see tremendous increase in productivity in energy, transport and medical care sectors, and customisation of mass production through 3D printing," said software engineer Saad Bin Tahir.
STAFF REPORT FSD: More than 60 per cent of Pakistan’s population comprises youth and the dream of becoming a developed nation can be fulfilled only by refurbishing their professional and innovative skills.
This was expressed by speakers at a recently organized international seminar titled "Dice Invent" by the University of Agriculture Faisalabad and Institute of Business Administration Karachi in the city.
Addressing the participants, UAF Acting Vice Chancellor Dr Muhammad
In recent years, we have gravely witnessed surge in number of science and technology students, but decrease in relative terms. In fact, educational contents and curricula play an important role in raising and maintaining young people’s interest in SandT. It has been strongly observed that positive contacts with science and technology at an early age can have a long-lasting impact. Negative experiences at school, due to uninteresting contents or poor teaching determine future choices.
Iqbal Yousuf is Managing Director Aptech Pakistan. He carries with him ten years of rich experience of Computer Education programme in the country. Since his joining the Aptech Pakistan he has proved his professional mettle and is successfully taking the institute towards prestigious niche with nurturing expansion projects across Pakistan. Earlier, Iqbal Yousuf had also been running a Pakistan-based multi-national IT consultancy NDC as COOTell us about Aptech Computer Education as an institute?Read more