The twenty first century presents new challenges for a radically transformed economy which is likely to have profound implications for the Technical Education & Vocational Trainings (TEVT). The TEVT system in Pakistan must adapt to the key features of Emerging economic World Order which includes Globalization and Information & Communication Technology (ICT) Revolution.
Globalization generates new demands, structures and systems requiring new skills and knowledge. In today's global economy driven by knowledge, the foremost wealth of a firm is its human capital. Therefore, the Economic Development of a country strongly depends on the level of Human Development which in turn depends on the level of technically trained manpower. Skilled manpower results in improved productivity for Industry. A country with wide ranging Industrial base generates greater employment opportunities and reduced un-employment and poverty. For optimum performance by Industry, productive work-force is needed to meet economic and social objectives.
The Provisional Seniority of Director (Finance), Public Servent (BS-19) Working In Sindh TEVTA as stood on 01-01-2023.
The Provisional Seniority of Additional Director (HR/Admin), Public Servent (BS-19) Working In Sindh TEVTA as stood on 01-05-2023.
PAF In Collaboration With Sindh TEVTA Announces Youth Skill Development Program.
Application For Technical Courses at Civilian Technical Training Complex (CTTC) No 102 AED PAF Base Faisal Pakistan Air Force.
Some People and Students in front of the new and futuristic building of the University of Economics and Business in Vienna.
Provisional Seniority list Lecturer BS-17 Textile, Garments.