TEVTA students to be sent to China for training

Lahore

Pak China Joint Chamber of Commerce President Mr Wang on Thursday called upon Chairperson Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) Irfan Qaiser Sheikh here at TEVTA Secretariat.
Addressing the meeting, Irfan Qaiser Shiekh highlighted China’s support in different departments of vocational training, including power generation, automobile and auto-mechanics.
He asked to Mr Wang that China should provide training to our students in our institutions. “TEVTA will bear all expenses of Chinese instructors,” Chairperson TEVTA told Mr Wang.
He said the TEVTA would bear all the expenses, including tuition fee and boarding, as Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif has already announces special funds for student’s scholarships.
President PCJCC Mr Wang observed that students of the TEVTA should also be trained in power generation sector. He further said that China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would cause industrial growth in Pakistan and such collaborations would fulfil the needs of human resource for the CPEC, he added.—APP