Tech Institutes being established in remote areas


Staff Reporter

Punjab Govt. will establish state of the art Technical Institutes in remote areas with the technical assistance of Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA). Newly established Govt. Institute of Emerging Technologies Township with the collaboration of Turkish Organization will provide latest training facilities to youth. Wide spread of TVET system in the province is the top priority of Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif. Efforts of TEVTA to train youth are highly appreciable. It was stated by Provincial Minister for Industries Sheikh Ala-ud-Din on the occasion of visit of Govt. Institute of Emerging Technologies Township.
Chairperson TEVTA Irfan Qaiser Sheikh, Chairman P&D Muhammad Jehanzeb Khan, Secretary Industries Dr. MujtabaPiracha, Chief Operating Officer TEVTA Jawad Ahmed Qureshi, Chief Operating Officer Punjab Vocational Training Council SajidNaseer, Chief Executive Officer Punjab Skills Development Fund(PSDF) and other top management of TEVTA was present at this occasion.
Provincial Minister for Industries Sheikh Ala-ud-Din said that after obtaining approval from Chief Minister Punjab, delegation of Punjab Govt. will soon visit Turkey to discuss plan to establish new Technical Institutes. Present Govt. is fully supporting TEVTA to train unemployed youth in employable trades because the dream progress of province of the Punjab cannot be realized without provision of skilled workforce.