As many as 17,000 youth have been launched in the market after completing their training in the demand driven high tech trades under the “Hunarmand Pakistan Programme” initiated by the incumbent government. The officials from National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) said that a total of 30,000 students were being given training in the most demanding sectors of high tech trades. Shafqat Mahmood commended the achievement of NAVTTC for completing the training of 17,000 students despite severe difficulties due to Covid-19. “We have not only made these students eligible for respectable employment but they will also play their vital role in the development of country, “ the minister said.Moreover, NAVTTC officials said that 50,000 students had registered themselves in the second badge for training that had been started from April 12, 2021. The project had been launched with a total cost of Rs3500 million.
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