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Collaboration Between TEVTA Punjab and UNI aims to boost Educational opportunities

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Islamabad, April 2 (INP): A high-level meeting held at TEVTA Secretariat between Brigd. Muhammad Sajid Khokar (S.I.) M Retd. Chairperson TEVTA Punjab and Max Ma CEO of UNI International.

In the meeting top TEVTA management COO TEVTA Engr. Qurat-Ul Ain Memon, Sr. DG Akhtar Abbas Bharwana, DG Academics Col. Rao Rashid, DG Ops Mr. Aamer Aziz and Engr Yasser Shakoor Director UNII also participated.

In a significant development, the *Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) Punjab* and *UNII* have expressed interest in collaborating to enhance *Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET)* prospects for Pakistani youth.

The high-level meeting, held on April 2, 2024, brought together key stakeholders to discuss crucial initiatives.

Key Highlights: *China-Pakistan Overseas Branch Program:*

– The meeting explored the establishment of educational branches in Pakistan, providing Pakistani students with access to quality education.

– This initiative aims to foster educational cooperation between the two nations and strengthen cultural ties.

*Teachers Training:*

– TEVTA Punjab and UNII emphasized the need for continuous professional development for educators.

– Training programs will focus on enhancing teaching methodologies and technical skills.

*Short Course Vocational Programs:*

– Both organizations are committed to developing specialized vocational courses.

– These programs will equip students with practical skills, making them job-ready in various industries.

*Talent Nurturing:*

– The collaboration aims to nurture talent among Pakistani youth.

– By providing better employment prospects, this effort contributes to the socio-economic growth of Pakistan and China.

Empowering Youth Through Education: The TEVTA-UNI partnership represents a significant step toward empowering youth through technical education and vocational training. By bridging gaps and fostering collaboration, both organizations envision a brighter future for Pakistani students, both within their home country and abroad.

INP/javed

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