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Prime Minister’s order to create Pakistan Skill Company and Skill Development Fund

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Prime Minister’s order to create Pakistan Skill Company and Skill Development Fund

Prime Minister’s directive to reform the licensing regime of companies regarding overseas employment of Pakistani technical workforce

Islamabad: Prime Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has decided to reform the Ministry of Overseas Pakistani Affairs and Manpower Development and the National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC).

The Prime Minister also directed the creation of Pakistan Skill Company (Pakistan Skill Company) and the immediate establishment of Pakistan Skill Development Fund for uniform technical and technical education nationwide and for better employment of Pakistani workforce abroad.

Shahbaz Sharif directed to start work on the establishment of Pakistan Skill Company and Pakistan Skill Development Fund immediately and said that NAVTTC should be made more active to ensure the provision of world-class technical and technical training to the young workforce of Pakistan. .

He said that world-renowned and international certifications should be ensured in all technical fields and a coordinated and organized database of manpower in the country and abroad should be created in collaboration with NADRA and NAVTTC and all provincial institutions.

The Prime Minister directed the reforms in the licensing regime of the companies regarding the employment of the Pakistani technical and technical workforce abroad and said to identify such companies and people who cheat the Pakistani workforce and cause economic damage to them. . Such elements lead to the popularity of Pakistan in the world.

The Prime Minister directed the establishment of a committee for the reform of the technical and technical training sector in Pakistan. The committee will make recommendations for the sector as a whole. The committee will also formulate recommendations on the reforms of the Ministry of Overseas Pakistani Affairs and Manpower Development.

Under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, a high-level review meeting regarding the Ministry of Overseas Pakistani Affairs and Manpower Development and the National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) was held in Islamabad today.

In the meeting, the Prime Minister was informed about the steps taken by NAVTTC regarding the technical and technical training of the workforce in Pakistan. The meeting was told that NAVTTC will provide technical and technical training to 60,000 people this year, while after the reforms are completed, a total of 6 lakh people will be provided with technical and technical training in the next three years.

The meeting was told that for technical and technical training, not only the exchange of information about employment opportunities and required skills from foreign countries is being ensured, but also the data of manpower consumption is obtained from the local industry in this regard. The meeting was further informed that NAVTTC has made certification of male and female students from internationally renowned institutes mandatory to ensure global standards of technical and technical training. The meeting was further informed that not only quota has been allocated for the youth of Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir at the federal level but also a separate program is being launched for their special training which will start in June this year as per the instructions of the Prime Minister. I will be.

The Prime Minister directed NAVTTC and the Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and the Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis to immediately set up a committee to formulate recommendations on the reforms of the workforce.

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