25 January, 2021 Views 23
National Vocational and Technical Training Commission To Launch Second Phase of Hunarmand Pakistan
National Vocational and Technical Training Commission has launched the second phase of Hunarmand Pakistan. The program will be launched in the coming months to provide professional training to the youth. According to the sources, the training will be provided to almost 50,000 youth. This has been announced by the Executive director of NAVTTC, Dr. Nasir Khan. He said that the preparations have been in process and in this regard, the quality technical and vocational training institutes have been directed to submit their applications to become part of the ‘Skill for All’ Training program.
The enrollment in the second phase of Hunarmand Pakistan will begin in the next month and in the last phase, 37,000 candidates were registered for the traditional and high technology & trade courses. The executive director further said that over 20,000 students were enrolled from under-developed areas for various skills such as cooking, dressmaking, welding, plumbing, and 17,000 students for the other courses that include artificial intelligence, robotics, and cloud computing. The project “Skill for All” was launched at the start of the year with the investment of 10 billion rupees to train 50,000 candidates by the end of the year in the various programs.
Provide Training To Youth
The initiative was taken to enhance the skilled workforce of the country by imparting the necessary skills and providing training to the youth of the less developed areas. The six-month training will be provided to the selected students so that they can earn their livelihood without having any problem. Moreover for the betterment of the candidates and to train the youngsters of the country the smart labs and skill centers will be set up in the religious seminaries as well to offer professional training to students.