Sunday, August 9, 2015

Tevta to provide jobs to its certified workers

LAHORE, Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (Tevta) is offering need to give openings for work to its affirmed laborers in the Middle East according to vision of Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif. The City and Guilds will ensure 15,000 Tevta graduates. A MoU has as of now been marked between the Punjab government and City & Guilds amid the most recent month in such manner.

It was expressed via Chairperson Tevta Irfan Qaiser Shaikh while tending to a meeting here on Wednesday at Tevta Secretariat, as per a press discharge. Boss Operating Officer Jawad Ahmed Qureshi, General Managers Hamid Ghani Anjum, Abdul Qayyum, Engr. Azhar Iqbal Shad, Akhtar Abbas Bharwana and different officers went to the meeting. Irfan Qaisar Shaikh, tending to the meeting, said that courses being offered by Tevta would be authorize by the City and Guilds. The joint effort of the City and Guilds and Tevta will be helpful for the students who will get the passing endorsements in light of the fact that the City and Guilds is perceived around the world, particularly in Middle East, because of its universally licensed scholarly standard. It will likewise be useful to upgrade the accreditation of the Tevta passed-outs and empower them to fit the bill for their arrangement at the nearby and remote markets.

Executive Tevta additionally said that the cooperation of Tevta with the City and Guilds would be gainful to accomplish the objective to prepare two million young amid the following three years according to order of the boss pastor Punjab. It will give better openings for work to Tevta talented workforce in the Middle East nations. The usage of this assention will help raise the standard of ability advancement and enhance the preparation framework in the territory of the Punjab. He said there was a ton of interest for Pakistani talented labor in the universal business and accreditation of the City and Guilds would prompt the accessibility of openings for work to Pakistani youth in the Middle East.