National Skills University (NSU) was an exemplary institution with ample facilities for training youth in conventional and contemporary skills.
These views were expressed by Gilgit Baltistan ministerial delegation including GhulamShahzad Agha, Minister of Education; Ms. DilshadBano, Minister of Social Welfare and Women Development; and Zameer Abbas, Secretary of Schools’ Education.
The delegates said that the NSU Vice Chancellor and his administrative team haD assembled a high-caliber faculty and technologists ready to train Pakistani youth.
The model developed by the National Skills University Islamabad must be replicated across the country, including Gilgit-Baltistan, they added.
On their arrival of delegation at the Islamabad main campus, the Ministers and Secretary were briefed about the university’s development from a ravaged place to a state-of-the-art campus with national and international accolades and recognitions.
The Ministers from GB and the Secretary visited various skills training laboratories and workshops. Ministers and Secretaries took a deep interest in the IT and mobile repair laboratories.
They were pleased to know that at the National Skills University Islamabad, young people have dozens of options to pursue their careers in almost every discipline, including electrical, mechanical, civil, and information technologies.