Tevta joins hands with OEC for foreign job placements for its students

Staff Reporter

Chairperson Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (Tevta) Ali Salman Siddique has said that Tevta has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Overseas Employment Corporation (OEC).

Addressing a meeting at Tevta Secretariat, he said that he along with Special Assistant to Prime Minister (SAPM) on Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development Syed Zulfikar Bukhari and Managing Director Overseas Employment Corporation (OEC) Kashif Ali Noor signed the landmark agreement.

Ali Salman Siddique said that as per the agreement an online job portal has been developed which would provide the students and graduates of Tevta, a complete data of different jobs in foreign countries.

He said that 250,000 students of Tevta will be able to get job opportunities while using this online job portal of Ministry of Overseas Pakistani and Human Resource Development.

He added that after signing of this agreement Tevta will be able to know the demand of overseas job opportunities and train its students as per the need and demand of foreign countries.

This data of demand will be provided by Ministry, he informed. The Tevta chairman explained that the new management of Tevta developed a New Vision which focused on providing Quality Demand Driven Skills to the Youth together with Economic Opportunities & this MOU ensures International Placements for our Students.

Through our New Skill Ecosystem which focuses on five areas including access, quality, demand-driven skills, economic opportunities and innovation, Tevta is making all-out efforts to ensure provision of economic opportunities to its students.

He further noted that SAPM Syed Zulfi Bukhari has appreciated Tevta’s initiative and termed this MoU historic.

The SAPM said around 1.2 million Pakistanis had been sent to multiple countries for various job assignments since the PTI government came into power.

He added the Pakistani manpower export witnessed a slowdown in the wake of coronavirus.

Zulfikar Bukhari said though the numbers of manpower export were still high but a major chunk of it came from the private sector.

He said after signing of the agreement, now the ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development would be able to inform Tevta about demand of overseas job opportunities so that they could train their students accordingly.

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