Vocational Training Institute by Chinese University in Pakistan

University of Technical and Vocational Education (UTVE)

TEVTA or the Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority is going to set up in association with the TUTE or Chinese Tianjin University of Technical Education in Punjab. Furthermore, an arrangement to launch the University of Technical and Vocational Education (UTVE).  The project was take on by Chairperson of TEVTA and Liu Xin, Irfan Qaiser Sheikh; the President of TUTE in an event which was held in Tianjin China.

It is decided in the agreement that Following 8 Degree courses will be taught at University of Technical and Vocational Education (UTVE).  Automobile, Electronics, Information Technology, Advanced Chinese Language, Mechanical Mechatronics, Management Science, 3D Printing Technology, and Pedagogical Training. There will also be a 9th one which is still unclosed.

Furthermore, TEVTA Chairperson, Irfan Qaiser Sheikh, speaking about the project on the event declared: that this is the most important step to take into the realisation of the Chief Minister’s dream. The idea of starting the University of Technical and Vocational Education (UTVE).

University of Technical and Vocational Education (UTVE)

Irfan Qaiser Sheikh, the TEVTA Chairperson, was also profound to note the point. He knew that it would provide a significant boost to country’s economy by the setting up of the University of Technical and Vocational Education (UTVE). He further added that it is very beneficial for the youth. The youth cover round about 60 % of the population of Pakistan. The accomplishment of their skills they want to get jobs and turn out to be businesspersons.

In like manner, the government already introduced the E-Rozgaar program to help the youth. The efforts to get in a job and to take part into the country’s economic progress. In light of this set-up, institutes similar to Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) are much desirable. The Institute can help to address the actual skills shortage; and the technical education emergency in the midst of the youth in the region.

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