Minister reviews proposed Punjab Skill Policy 2021-26


Punjab Minister for Industries and Commerce Mian Aslam Iqbal chaired a meeting to review the proposed Punjab Skill Policy 2021-26 at TEVTA (Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority) secretariat, here on Tuesday.

TEVTA Chairman Ali Salman Siddique gave a detailed briefing on the first proposed skill policy.

The provincial minister said that the government was introducing the first skill policy, and he had constituted a committee, headed by Secretary Industries and Commerce Department to finalise the policy in consultation with the stakeholders within a week.

Mian Aslam added, “Technical education has now gained special importance all over the world. So we will have to take steps to attract people to it.”—APP

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