Staff Reporter Islamabad
Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB) Managing Director Osman Nasir and his team met with the Vice-Chancellor of the National Skills University Islamabad.
Upon his arrival at the university, he was briefed about various programs the university has recently launched in several technologies, including civil, electrical, mechanical, medical, information technologies, and mathematics.
According to him, the university aspires to be the home of skills education across the country. More-over, the university efforts align with the true es-sence of the Prime Minister’s Hunarmand Pakistan Program.
A batch of 86 students has already gradu-ated under this program, and above 150 students are learning skills in automotive engineering technology, cybersecurity, documentary and filmmaking, industrial automation, and mobile manufacturing.
The Vice-Chancellor appreciated the PSEB strategy of providing opportunities for students to work on projects and problems highly relevant to the industry.