KPK forms TEVTA with foreign collaboration

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) government established Technical Education & Vocational Training Agency (TEVTA) to streamline technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in the province on Sunday.

Setting up this new body is part of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf-led (PTI) government’s ongoing reform agenda, being implemented in different public sector organisations to improve the quality of service delivery.

To make the delivery of the TVET linked to the market needs, the KPK government has also appointed known industrialist NaumanWazir as its first chairperson. The newly appointed chairperson presided over a one-day consultative workshop with the heads of the technical training institutes from all over KPK, where the future plans for the TEVTA were discussed at length.

The TVET Reform Support Programme, co-funded by the European Union, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Pakistan and the Federal Republic of Germany and implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft fürInternationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, provided the technical assistance for the session.



8 Comments

  1. simin said:

    wish you good-luck NaumanWazir,we will support you and will do effort to improve the quality of technical education and make a good change.

  2. Abrar said:

    great example of nepotism. how an educated principal can work under an industrialist . the APR/ACR of all employees will be written by illiterate persons like nazims and factory owners who become managers by wealth not by ability.

  3. Noorur Rehman Vardag said:

    i personally appreciate the formation of TEVTA. Industrialists will share the practical experience with college professors resulting productive & improved form of technical education.Let,s hope for the best.

  4. EhSan Arif said:

    hy…………. I have complain kpk gov yupp am the big fan of Imran khan nd want to see him as a prime minister but he do nthing for me to improve stdy in 1 year let me say that am the stdnt of 3rd year 2nd shhft at GPI HARIPUR there not treating well with 2nd shift stdntsss plzzzzzz do some thng if they dnt teach 2nd shft stdnts good soo why they r tsking the admission fee of 18000 ,,,,,,,,,,,, not good performance of pti looolzz

  5. shoukat ali said:

    Dear Sir,
    I have suceeded in collibrating with Canada Welding Bureau a Canadian Govt body to provide the technical training through their carriculum and will train the faculty in welding and agreed to certify the welders trained .Then these trained canadian certified students will be absorbed in Gulf ,Middle east and back in Canada and US.I want contact no of Nauman Wazir to discuss with him to avail this oppertunity.
    regards
    shoukat ali
    1-289-232-1043
    1-647-627-7014 cell
    [email protected]

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