Events & News

Tribute to the services of Osama Shaheed

Peshawar Development Authority has announced to name “Charsadda Road Flyover (Ring Road)” as “Osama Ahmad...  Read more

ED Office - 17-01-2017

ED's Visit to Islmabad Institute

Executive Director NAVTTC, Zulfiqar Ahmed Cheema, addressing the students being trained under PMYSDP Phase III...  Read more

ED Office - 09-01-2017

NAVTTC Skill Competition & Job Fair

To attract youth towards vocational training and skill sector, National Vocational and Technical Training Commission...  Read more

RD Islamabad - 18-12-2016

National Skills Competition/Job Fair & Skill Show 2016

National Vocational & Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) is organizing its first ever National Skills Competition/Job...  Read more

ED Office - 14-12-2016

Chitral Mourns Young DC death

The Deputy commissioner of Chitral, Osama Ahmed Warraich, his wife Mehreen Rani and nine-month-old daughter...  Read more

ED Office - 08-12-2016

ED's Visit to Dera Ismail Khan

The Executive Director NAVTTC, Zulfiqar Ahmad Cheema talks with the participants of Hunarmand Competition...  Read more

ED Office - 07-12-2016


National Vocational & Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) was established in December 2005 as an apex body for Technical & Vocational Training and is attached with the Prime Minister’s Secretariat (Public). Being a federal agency for TVET, NAVTTC facilitates, regulates, and provides policy direction for skill development in Pakistan. Under the National Vocational & Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) Act, 2011 NAVTTC is responsible for setting-up of national occupational skills standards, development of curriculum, national qualification framework, labour market information analysis, training of trainers, public private partnership and setting-up of institutional standards for TVET providers.

Since Since its inception, NAVTTC has taken several interventions for reforming TVET sector in Pakistan. As a first step it evolved a National Skills Strategy in consultation with all the stakeholders including chamber of commerce, employers, academia policy makers and donors. The NSS provides a comprehensive action plan for revamping of TVET in the country. Several actions have already been taken which includes development of national qualifications system for teachers, code of conduct, accreditation system, skill standards and curriculum in priority areas.