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Executive Director NAVTTC, Zulfiqar Ahmed Cheema & Director General CPSC distributing certificates among foreign delegates of International Conference

The international TVET conference titled “Regional Program – Skills for Youth Employability through Industrial Linkages”,...  Read more

ED Office - 31-08-2017

Executive Director NAVTTC, Zulfiqar Ahmed Cheema addressing International Conference on the role of Industry

To identify and address the complex challenges in developing Industry–institute partnership in the TVET sector...  Read more

ED Office - 28-08-2017

Executive Director NAVTTC, Zulfiqar Ahmed Cheema distributing certificates among students of Pakistan Marine Academy

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ED Office - 23-08-2017

Pakistan and Australia sign MOU to Strengthen TVET Sector

To enhance collaboration between Pakistan and Australia in the field of technical and vocational education...  Read more

ED Office - 27-07-2017

Executive Director NAVTTC, Zulfiqar Ahmed Cheema meeting with high powered delegation from Qatar

A high powered delegation under the leadership of In charge of Labor Sector, Muhammad...  Read more

ED Office - 13-07-2017

Executive Director NAVTTC, Zulfiqar Ahmed Cheema meeting with Principal Education Specialist Norman La Rock of Asian Development Bank

A high level ADB delegation meets Executive Director NAVTTC Zulfiqar Ahmed Cheema. Principal Education Specialist...  Read more

ED Office - 11-07-2017

Executive Director NAVTTC, Zulfiqar Ahmad Cheema, examining the practical exercise of trainees at a Local Institute

Executive Director NAVTTC, Zulfiqar Ahmad Cheema, examining the practical exercise of trainees during assessment under...  Read more

ED Office - 06-07-2017

Candidates of CSS & PCS declare Zulfiqar Ahmed Cheema as their ideal personality

A recent study has revealed that the successful candidates in the written examinations of Central...  Read more

ED Office - 03-07-2017

Executive Director NAVTTC, Zulfiqar Ahmed Cheema meeting with Director China Cultural Center Mr.Yuzi

Director, China Cultural Centre, Mr. YOU YI, Director of China Cultural Center alongwith Mr. XING...  Read more

ED Office - 30-06-2017

Executive Director NAVTTC, Zulfiqar Ahmed Cheema addressing a video link conference with Regional Director Generals

NAVTTC to provide top notch quality training to Pakistani youth, 100,000 young boys and girls...  Read more

ED Office - 14-06-2017

Executive Director NAVTTC, Zulfiqar Ahmed Cheema meeting with Rector NUST University, Lieutenant General (Rtd) Naveed Zaman

The Rector of the National University of Science & Technology (NUST), Lieutenant General (Rtd.) Naveed...  Read more

ED Office - 07-06-2017

Executive Director NAVTTC, Zulfiqar Ahmed Cheema addressing presiding over the 1st Steering Committee of TVET Reform Support Program

The second phase of TVET Reform support Program will bring meaningful involvement of industry, renew...  Read more

ED Office - 25-05-2017

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(NAVTTC) organized a provincial level Youth Skill Competition at National Institute of Science and Technical Education (NISTE)


05-12-2016: National Vocational & Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) organized a provincial level Youth Skill Competition at National Institute of Science and Technical Education (NISTE), today which was attended by hundreds of students, industrialists, employers, and heads of different institutes of the region. While addressing the ceremony, the Executive Director NAVTTC Zulfiqar Ahmad Cheema said, in future skilled workforce would earn more than doctors and engineers, and no one would remain unemployed. If we turn our biggest asset into a skilled workforce then Arab countries and Middle East would envy us. The Executive director encouraged trainees and said that upon completion of their six months training, they would be in a better position to secure jobs. Furthermore, we would train around one hundred thousand trainees from next year in the most demand driven trades. We are witnessing very positive response of the skills competitions throughout the country and it has attracted more youth towards this sector, he said. We are receiving demands from abroad on daily basis and NAVTTC’s trainees are getting job easily, he added. President of Rawalpindi Chambers of Commerce, Muhammad Raja Aamir, praised the initiative of NAVTTC for holding skills competition across the country. He said that they will offer job to the trainees upon completion of their courses. Director General APP, Masood Malik, said it is only through providing employment to the youth that we would be able to reduce poverty, lawlessness and terrorism from the country. Renowned industrialist Akram Fareed said, “Development of our country largely depends on technical and vocational training” and offered full support to provide jobs to the trained youth. Head of the Women Chambers, Ms. Shamim Aftab, said that NAVTTC’s training has enabled the young ladies to start their own businesses at home and they are in a better position to earn their livelihood. Hundreds of students of the training institutes of Islamabad, Rawalpindi, AJK and Gilgit Baltistan took part in the provincial skill competition and exhibited their skills in six different trades including auto cad, plumbing, beautician, dress making & fashion designing, general electrician and DIT. First position holder of each trade won Rs. 75,000; Rs. 50,000 and Rs. 30,000 were awarded to second and third position holder respectively. Heads of the best institutes of the region were also given certificates.