Institutions for employability of 80% 'Hunarmand Pakistan' graduates

The executive director of the National Professional and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) Dr. Nasir Khan has expressed the obligation to guarantee 80 percent of employability for the half-yearly training in 200 conventional high-tech skills for all companies enrolled in the 'Skill for All' system in the whole of Pakistan.

Conversing with the APP, he said that until today, approximately 37,000 young people have completed their conventional and high-tech training under the first round of the Hunarmand Pakistan Project.

In addition, more than 20,000 from less developed countries were qualified in conventional qualifications such as welding and plumbing, according to the Chief Executive. In comparison, about 17,000 people were educated in artificial intelligence, robotics, and cloud computing technology from around the world. He also pointed out that internationally recognized methodologies of training such as "skill-based education" were introduced in order to ensure the employability of local and foreign jobs in the region.

Several PM projects, in addition to the Hunarmand Pakistan initiative, have achieved unprecedented successes, including the DigiSkills, the National Freelancers Training Program, and e-Rozgar, which have been implemented under PM's Digital Pakistan Vision.