BoM NAVTCC approves proposals for implementing 'Hunarmand Pakistan Programme'.

ISLAMABAD -- The Board of Management (BoM) of National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) gave mutual consent on several proposals pertaining to the efficient and result oriented implementation of Prime Minister's Hunarmand Pakistan Programme.

The proposals aimed at to materialize the Prime Minister Imran Khan's vision of equipping youth with state of the art and emerging technologies to gain employability in the national and global job markets.

The 24th BoM meeting was held here with the Chairman NAVTTC Syed Javed Hassan in the chair. On this occasion, the chairman appreciated the participation of the members and urged for maximum participation of private sector to bring the TVET sector of Pakistan at par with international standards.

Sajid Baloch, Executive Director NAVTTC, briefed the board members on progress and development of the ongoing 'Hunarmand Pakistan' Programme. Hunarmand Pakistan Programme is one of the most important components of Kamyab Jawan which was launched by the Honorable Prime Minister of Pakistan aimed at enhancing the skills of youth through quality professional skill-based training.

The Board members were apprised of the NAVTTC's achievements in revamping the TVET sector under the Hunarmand Pakistan Programme particularly training of 37K youth of which 20,000 youth who received training were from under-developed areas and were imparted expertise in trades such as welding, plumbing, stitching and cooking.

The remaining 17,000 youth from across the country were given training for high-tech trades like artificial intelligence, robotics and cloud computing.

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